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Springer out front

ANDI THORNHILL,

Added 20 March 2015

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Mary Fraser shattered her own record in the Open Girls 3000M. (FP)

DEFENDING CHAMPIONS SCOTIABANK SPRINGER MEMORIAL stepped up their game to lead the girls, and Christ Church Foundation are out front in the boys after the second day of the PowerAde Barbados Secondary Schools Athletic Championships at the National Stadium.

Springer have 87 points, followed by Foundation on 30 with Lester Vaughan (29.50) third while Foundation lead the boys with 57.50 ahead of Harrison College (47.50) and Burger King Lester Vaughan (47).

Two of the early assignments brought new marks.

Dequan Lovell of St George Secondary set a meet record in the shot put with the new mark of 17.40 metres, erasing the standard of 15.76 metres set by John Jones in 2009.

Mary Fraser of Daryll Jordan set tongues wagging from early as she outstayed and outsped the field in the Girls’ 3 000 metres Open like it was a stroll in the park. (AT)

GIRLS

1. Scotiabank Springer Memorial 87

2. Foundation 30

3. Burger King Lester Vaughan 29.50

4. Daryll Jordan 29

5. Queen’s College 23

5. The St Michael School 23

7. Combermere 17

8. Coleridge-Parry 15

9. Alleyne 12

10. Harrison College 11

11. Ellerslie 8

11. Graydon Sealy 8

13. Frederick Smith 7

14.Deighton Griffith 6

15. Lodge 2
16. Parkinson 1

17. Alexandra 50

BOYS

1. Christ Church Foundation 57.50

2. Harrison College 47.50

3. Burger King Lester Vaughan 47

4. Coleridge & Parry 45

5. St Leonard’s 42

6. Lodge 27

7. Combermere 22

8. Alleyne 18

8. St George 18

10. Queen’s College 12

11. Graydon Sealy 10.50

11. Alexandra 10.50

13. Frederick Smith 10

14. Grantley Adams 9

15. Deighton Griffith 6

16. The St Michael School 4

16. Princess Margaret 4

Please read the full story in today’s Weekend Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

 

 

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