Red House win again
IT WAS a case of déjà vu at St George Primary School sports day yesterday when Red House retained the title for the third time in a row.
At the end of the meet at the National Stadium, Red House had amassed 375 points and Green House were second with 349 points.
The only difference from last year’s meet was that Blue House and Yellow House swapped places for third and fourth places – Blue finishing with 313 points and Yellow with 266 points.
There was a tie for both victrix and victor ludorum with Shonica Small, Jaquaelah Mounter, Jaquan Pilgrim and Zachary Wall, who all finished on 30 points.
Jymarian Mallet (left) pipped Tristan Gill in the Under-11 Boys’ 400.
The Red House girls were victorious in both the field events and relays, and while they conceded defeat in four of the races, Green House was no match for them with Mounter, Small and Daniya Watson dominating the field.
On the boys’ side, Zachary Wall of Green House was dominant, winning the Under-9 boys 80, 100 and 150 metres and helping his team win the 4×100 relay.
Jaquan Pilgrim, of Yellow House, won the 400, 200, 100 metres and helped his team finish second in the 4×100 relay in the Under-13 division. (RA)