North GT Inter-School Championships – St Stanislaus take huge win in Zone Three field events

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WITH a massive 544 points St Stanislaus College ended as winners of the North Georgetown Inter-School Championships zone three field events, when the competition was held last Thursday at the Guyana Teachers Union ground, Woolford Avenue.St Mary’s Secondary came in for a distant second with 299 points, Brickdam Secondary followed with 218 points, and the Business School ended with 92 points.
Meanwhile .for the primary schools, in zone four, Winfer Gardens Primary emerged winners after amassing 147 points in the field events division. With 124 points St Angela’s finished second and the only other school to hit three digits in the points standing, St Margaret’s Primary finished in third place with 115 points.
St Agnes Primary 74, Ermsville Academy 67, St Ambrose 50 and North Georgetown Primary 45, rounded out the rest of schools that participated in zone four field events.
Racking up win after win Saints gave the competition hardly a chance to get past them. Kayla December gave Saints top points in the girls’ Under-12 shot put and javelin and third in the long jump. December shared the honours of first place with St Mary’s Kerisha Jarvis in the javelin throw after both had a best throw of 6.70m.
Saints ambushed the entire girls’ Under-14 category taking first place as well as second in the shot put, discus, and javelin throws and the long jumps. The trend almost extended in the girls Under-16 category. Saints won first and second in all but the discus throw in the girls Under-16 category.
In the discus throw though Deshawna Williams’ 11.18m ensured the first win for Saints, Brickdam’s Tandika Bobb-Semple claimed the second place win after throwing 10.70m. Third place went to Brickdam, after Akeisha Fraser managed 10.64m on her second throw.
Gordon Trotman was Saints’ leading man in the boys’ Under-16 category. No one came close to Trotman’s 29.62m in the javelin throw. In the long jump Trotman flew 5.32m to overcome the 5.20m leap by Brickdam’s Shane Garraway.
But it was in the discus throw that Trotman found himself overpowered by his own teammate. Saints Kenroy Earle on his very first try managed a 21.53m toss that no one else could outdo, leaving Trotman in second place after managing only 19.35m.
Shania Wilkinson took first place in the girls Under-18 category javelin and discus throws.
The Business School picked up a first place win in the boys’ Under-20 discus thanks to Amil Khan who had a best throw of 17.24m.