Sobers House (Red) were pushed all the way but persevered to win Lester Vaughan’s Inter-House Sports at the National Stadium today.
The winners tallied 711 points to keep Prescod House (Purple) at bay with 675.5 points. Defending champions Adams House (Blue) rounded off the top three with 587 points. Fourth position went to Walcott House (Orange) with 533 points, while Gill House (Green) accumulated 479.5 points and Barrow House (Yellow) got 395 to take fifth and last place respectively.
Victor ludorum, Hasani Lowe, of Prescod House was in superb form on the track winning the Under-15 boys’ 100m, 200m, 400m and 80m hurdle, and also excelling in the field sweeping the long jump, shot put, discus and javelin events, while placing second in the high jump. For his sterling efforts Lowe earned a whopping 88 points.
The Under-17 girls’ Division was all about Tiana Bowen. Considered by many as among the top athletes in the island, Bowen did not disappoint her Sobers House supporters. She won the 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m and long jump and placed fourth in the shot put. Bowen was named the victrix ludorum with 55 points.
Rivaldo Leacock, also competing in the Under-17 Division, had a good day on the track to the extent that his 59 points were sufficient to give him the divisional champion title for Sobers House. Leacock won the 200m, 400m, 800m, high jump and came second in the 200m.
Stephen Griffith of Walcott House took the under-20 boys’ division with 55 points as he won the 400m, 800m, placed second in the 200m, high jump and javelin and came third in the 100m.
In the Under-13 girls’ Division, Leilani Haddock of Prescod House topped the group with 40 points winning the 100m, 200m, 400m and long jump. Nico Harper of Walcott House captured that division with 43 points winning the 800m, 400m and long jump, taking second in the 200m and fourth in 100m.
The Under-15 A Division belonged to Brianna Redman of Sobers House with 30 points as she placed second in the 800m and long jump and third in the 100m and 200m. The Under-15 A boys’ title went to Jachoni Holder of Sobers House with 34. He won the 200m, came second in the 800m and third in the 100m and long jump. Sobers House continued their dominance across the divisions with the Under-15 girls’ champion title going to Kayla Coddrington who tallied 50 points after winning the 75m hurdles and long jump, placing second in the shot put, 100m and 800m and taking third position in the 200m sprint.