Friday, April 12, 2024

Combermere sprint to front

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The final day of the Frosteez Esther Maynard Zone of the Barbados Secondary Schools Athletic Championships (BSSAC) is setting up to be a cracker at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex.

Combermere School made quite a statement to lead both the boys and girls at the end of yesterday’s competition, but it won’t be a walk in the park for the Waterford, St Michael lads and lasses.

In the boys’ section, Combermere fought off a stiff challenge from Alleyne School to earn 291 points. The latter are nine points off the lead, while Christ Church Foundation School hold third place with 252.

Combermere have 294 points among the girls, followed by Foundation on 271 and Alleyne in third on 240.

Points after Day 2:

Girls: 1 Combermere 294, 2 Foundation 271, 3 Alleyne 240, 4 St George Secondary 125, 5 Alexandra 124, 6 Grantley Adams Memorial 56, 7 Graydon Sealy 41, 8 Providence 11

Boys: 1 Combermere 291, 2 Alleyne 282, 3 Foundation 252, 4 St George Secondary 135, 5 Alexandra 93, 6 Grantley Adams 60, 7 Graydon Sealy 58, 8 Providence 2

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