Green House (Greenhalgh) are the new sheriffs of inter-house sports at Princess Margaret Secondary School with an unmatched 787 points, led by victrix ludorum Ariel Archer who put on a sprinting exhibition for those in attendance.
Not even the intermittent rain could cool down Archer, who ended with 67 points, and Greenhalgh as they denied defending champions Purple (Peebles), who finished second with 665 points. Red House (Cocks) on 656 points was third and Blue House (Alleyne) with 655 placed fourth.
Competing in the Under-17 girls’ division, Archer won the 100 metres in 12.50 seconds, the 200 metres in 25.60 seconds and the 400 metres in 59 seconds to establish her dominance.
Victor ludorum honours went to the powerfully built Akario Belgrave-Thomas of Cocks House with 56 points.
With sheer strength and determination running in all red attire, Belgrave-Thomas crossed the finish line in 11.50 seconds to claim the coveted title as the fastest boy at Princess Margaret Secondary. He then returned to do the sprint double by winning the 200 metres in 23.60.
He however, had to settle for second in the 400 metres clocking 59.30 seconds, behind Rashane Hunte of Greenhalgh House in 58.50 seconds.
The most impressive Under-15 girl, Lashay Wilkinson and the top Under-20 female Isha Moore are both from the victorious Greenhalgh House.
Wilkinson scored 38 points, winning the 400 metres in 1:11.20 and was second in the 200 metres (30.30) behind the overall winner Shamiyah Cummins in 29.01 seconds of Alleyne House.
In the senior girls, Moore was impressive as she accounted for 60 points as she completed the sprint double by winning the 100 metres (13.10) and the 200 metres (27.20) while the 400 metres went to fellow Greenhalgh housemate Celina Taylor in 1:09.20.
Rashad Gibson of Cocks House accumulated 50 points to top the Under-17 males after placing second in the 100 metres (12.00) and the 200 metres (23.20) behind John Pierre-Greene of Greenhalgh House in 11.40 seconds and 22.40 seconds respectively.
Meanwhile, Peebles House had the best Under-15 male in Demarco Blackman with 42 points and they also swept the Under-13 age groups through Fabeanna Weekes with 48 points in the girls and Teshawn Layne who tallied 46 in the boys.