Set B (Red House) Warriors survived another battle, accumulating 819 points to carry on their reign as four-time champions at the Coleridge and Parry Secondary School’s track and field championships held today at the Usain Bolt, Sports Complex.
Led by Mekhi Griffith in the Under-17 Boys Division and Abrianne Bend in the Under-20 Girls age group, Set B painted the track red with great performances on the day.
Finishing a close second on 780 points was Set A (Yellow), while Set F (Purple) tallied 542 for third position. Set C (Blue) finished fourth on 487 points, Set E (Orange) (450 points) was fifth and Set D (Green) brought up the rear with 389 points.
Griffith was unstoppable in the Under-17 Boys 100m, 200m, 400m and for the senior girls, fellow Set B athlete, Bend did the sprint double in the 100m, 200m but settled for second in the 400m against Faithe Armstrong of Set A.
Four athletes from Set C dominated their respective age groups, starting with Roniko Harding in Under-13 Boys with three gold medal performances in the 100m, 200m and 400m. Ciara Piggott also looked good on track today with first place finishes in the 100m and 200m but captured bronze in the 400m behind Shayla Clarke of Set F and Jara Lewis of Set B.
Another Set C top athlete was Reian Burke who held her own in the 200m and 400m, while Under-20 Boys Division star R’Mario Maxwell won the 200m and 400m, but was unable to keep up with the pace in the 100m won by his main rival Kyle Corbin.
In the Under-13 Girls, Amara Harewood of Set E registered 38 points, with victories in the 100m, 200m and 400m. Meanwhile the Under-15 boys champion Keshawn Griffith tallied 24 points having came out on top in the 400m, placing second in the 100m and third in the 200m.
Kaden Dowrich-Roach of Set E took the top podium finish in the Under-15 Boys 100m and Kamari Slocombe of Set A earned bragging rights in the 200m.
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