Tuesday, April 23, 2024

No stopping Dalton


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THERE WEREN’T many close finishes with runaway victories highlighting Harrison College’s Sports at the Crumpton Street school ground yesterday.

Dalton (Yellow), led by their strong Under-17 girls, easily reclaimed the championship with 1386.5 points from last year’s winners Armstrong (1233.6), Collymore (Green) 1147.3 and Deighton (Red) 1126.

Aren Spencer, Jonathan Jones and Layla Haynes did the 100, 200 and 400 triple for Armstrong while Collymore’s Caleb Massiah was the other athlete to do a three-peat.

Dalton’s Akayla Morris predictably did the Under-17 girls’ sprint double, winning the 100 (12.51) and 200 (25.94). She was also second in the 400 metres, won by Deighton’s Charissa Moore (1.03.21).

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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