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Blue’s ribbon at St John

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Blue’s ribbon at St John

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GREEN HOUSE had the two top athletes but it was a total team effort that was responsible for Blue House emerging victorious when St John Primary staged their annual sports at Gall Hill last Friday.
Blue House amassed 411 points to win from Green (327) and Red (231).
Under-11 competitor, Jaleah Gibbons won the victrix ludorum award with 28 points after winning the 600 metres and cricket ball throw while placing second in 100, 200 and 400 metres.
Green House’s Reco Newton raced unbeaten in the Boys’ Under-13 division, winning the 100, 200, 400 and 800 metres. He also triumphed in the cricket ball throw.
Blue House were dominant among the girls with Makliah Squires winning the Under-13 division with 26 points, Dashara Hunte the Under-9 with 20 and Summer Holdipp the Under-7 with 14.
There were also two boys’ divisional winners for Blue House with Jafari Thomas emerging champion among the Under-11s with 21 points, edging Favian Gollop of Green by one point while Taquan Lovell of Blue tied with Elijah Taylor of Green for the Under-7 Boys’ title with 12 points.
The Under-9 Boys’ winner was Kaliq Ashby of Green house with 24 points. (EZS)