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Saluting Inter-Primary Winners

Saluting Inter-Primary winners
 Alexandrina Maduro Primary School, led by overall winner K’Zariah Harrigan, reclaimed the B Division crown, its first since 2013, while Althea Scatliffe Primary School continued its A Division dominance at the A. O. Shirley Grounds during the 2017 Inter-Primary Schools Track and Field Championship.

Alexandrina Maduro’s athletes won three of eight division titles on offer after having entered the competition in fourth place in the March 8 pre-events. The team amassed 304 points for the victory.

Leonora Delville was second place with 268 points, while pre-events leader Ivan Dawson finished third with 257. Virgin Gorda’s Robinson O’Neal Memorial scored 205 for fourth place; Isabella Morris placed fifth with 190; Jost Van Dyke was sixth with 162; First Impression seventh with 154; God’s Corner Stone eighth with 107; Pelican Gate ninth with 99; Claudia Creque tenth with 94; while Cedar International School rounded out the competition with 60 points.

In the girls’ division championships, Harrigan secured the 13+ with 28 points, two better than Leonora Delville’s Erieana Bobb’s 24. D’Naesia Springette of Alexandrina Maduro gave them their second of the four division titles, winning the U13 Girls class with 26 points, while Leonora Delville’s Natalia Drayton claimed the U11 Girls Division with 26 points, two better than Jost Van Dyke’s Laila Penn. Shyann Tomlinson of Claudia Creque had 20 points for the U9 Girls Division title.

Isabella Morris’ Malaki Smith won all his events to claim the 13+ Boys Division crown with 30 points. Shakari Maduro of Alexandrina Maduro, was the U13 class winner with 24, while Robinson O’Neal Memorial School’s Sean Samuel won all his events for the U11 Boys title with 30. T’Sean Smith of Lenora Delville earned 26 points to win the U9 Division.

Isabella Morris’ Malakai Smith and Robinson O’Neal Memorial School’s Sean Samuel, were the overall winners besides Harrigan, with 30 points each.

As usual, Althea Scatiffe—the territory’s largest school which has never lost since it was formed in 1983, dominated the A Division competition with 433 points. The battle was to see who among the other seven teams could claim second place.

Willard Wheatley had its best showing in years, placing second with 311 points. Joyce Samuel, new to the A Division this year, edged out Ebenezer Thomas for third place by a point, 273-272. Francis Lettsome came in fifth place with 267; St. Georges sixth with 228; Bregado Flax had 202 and Enis Adams rounded out the division with 193.

Althea Scatliffe’s Nickelia Drummond, won the 13+ Girls Division with 30 points. Teammate Kalia Martin was the Under 13 winner with 28 points. Enis Adams’ A’Sia McMaster edged Althea Scatliffe’s Jahkyla Morton for the U11 Girls crown, 28-26. 

M’Kenzii Crabbe of Joyce Samuel and Carey-Ann Mickie of Bregado Flax, were joint U9 Girls winners with 18 points respectively. Francis Lettsome’s Kadeem Pena had the top score in the 13+ Boys Division with 30. Kadair Maduro of Ebenezer Thomas also registered 30 points in the U13 Boys Division.

Christopher Webster of Francis Lettsome finished with 21 points to claim the U11 Boys category. Althea Scatliffe’s Tiondre Frett had 28 points, winning the U9 Boys Division.

Francis Lettsome’s Kadeem Pena, Ebeneezer Thomas’ Kadair Maduro, and Althea Scatliffe’s Nickelia Drummond each amassed 30 points to become the A Division overall winners.