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BSSAC POINTS: Finals Day 1


Added 31 March 2017


Foundation’s Jaliyah Denny beating Akayla Morris of Harrison College and Alleyne School’s Shemia Odaine in the 100 metres for Under-17 girls. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe)

Standings at the end of Day 1 of the finals of the 2017 Powerade Barbados Secondary Schools Athletics Championships.


Christ Church Foundation 181, Springer Memorial 150.20, Harrison College 131, St Michael 113, Lester Vaughan 90, Alleyne 80, Combermere 50, Coleridge & Parry 42, Lodge 42, Alexandra 34, St George 26.20, Daryll Jordan 25, Princess Margaret 25, Frederick Smith 19.40, Queen’s College 17, Ellerslie 15, Deighton Griffith 14.20, Graydon Sealy 10, Parkinson 4.


St Michael 130, Lester Vaughan 116, Harrison College 98, Foundation 77, Alleyne 74, Coleridge & Parry 69, Lodge 68, St Leonard’s 54, Queen’s College 47, Combermere 44, Princess Margaret 37, Ellerslie 20, St George 18, Frederick Smith 16, Grantley Adams 13, Graydon Sealy 11, Deighton Griffith 6, Alexandra 6, Daryll Jordan 5. 

Record Breakers

Enrique Babb (Coleridge & Parry) – Under-17 Boys’ Discus - 49.89 metres.

Layla Haynes (Harrison College) – Under-13 Girls’ 800 – 2:29.65 minutes.

Josh Newton (Princess Margaret) – Under-13 Girls’ High Jump – 1.64 metres

Shanice Hutson (Coleridge & Parry) – Under-17 Girls’ Shot Put – 12.04 metres

Aren Spencer (Harrison College) – Junior Boys’ 100-metre hurdles – 14.51  

Triston Gibbons (Harrison College) - Under-20 Boys discus - 49.64 metres


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