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March 25, 2022 5:23 PM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

At the end of  three days of intense rivalry John Gray High School emerged as and, in the process, retained their hold on the Inter-Scholastic Track & Field Championship trophy with an overall team score of 975 points to  arch rivals, Clifton  Hunter High’s 881.50. Cayman  Academy  confirmed their position as the top private school with 257 points for third overall position, whilst Layman Scott High (170.50), Cayman Prep (162), Cayman International (128), Dual Entry UCCI  (128), CIFEC (108), Grace Christian  Academy (94), Triple  C  (63) and St. Ignatius Catholic  School (51) were the  other schools scoring points in the contest involving some 15 High Schools and  entities.

A total of 8 records fell in the Meet. In the Under 12 Girls Division, John Grays Ayiah Walton erased  the old standard of 8.27m with toss of 8.78m in the Shot Put, while in the Male  equivalent in the same Division  her teammate, Calvin Taylor did likewise with a 11.42m throw to shatter the old mark of 9.81m. In the Under 14 Boys Shot Put event, William Prince of John Gray put his name in the record books with a distance of 11.36m to surpass the previous best of 10.37m. His teammate  Andrew Stone was  responsible for two records in the Under 16 Boys Division where he dismantled both the Long Jump and High Jumps records  with  leap of 6.71m and a clearance of 1.95m surpassing the previous best of 5.98m and 1.90m  respectively. In  the same Division Dual Entry’s Josh Gardener continued his relationship with the 1.95 mark, when for the fifth team this  Season he ended  with a clearance of 1.95m also but finished second overall for the event on the count back. Homeschool’s Tayvanna Myles equaled Aijah Lewis’ long-time benchmark of 1.55m set in 2014 when she bowed out of the High Jump competition at 1.55m in the Under 16 Division. John Gray’s Aljandro Barret beat Leroy Malcolm’s 33.59m in the Under 16 Boys Discus when he tossed the Disc  35.82m. Probably the  most interesting result came in the Under 12 Girls 400m. Before the start of the Meet,  the record stood  at 1:13:54  and in the  Heats five  of the athletes bettered that mark going into the Finals with John Grays Crystal establishing a new record time of 1.07.74. She would  erase that mark in the Finals when she again rewrote the record with a new standard of 1.07.14, with the  top four athletes going below the mark that existed prior to the start of the Meet.

A breakdown of the  Team Scores show that Clifton Hunter won the Girls Division with 459.5 points followed by John Gray (444.50), Cayman Prep (126), Cayman Academy (99), Dual  Entry UCCI (68), Layman  E Scott (66), CIFEC (65), Grace Christian (62), Cayman International (56), St. Ignatius Catholic (37) and UCCI (20).

In the Boys Division John Gray topped out with 530.50 points, followed by  Clifton Hunter  (422), Cayman academy (158), Layman E Scott (104.5), Cayman International (85), Dual Entry UCCI(60), Triple C (45), CIFEC (43), Cayman Prep (36), Grace Christian (32) and Homeschool  (24).

The only disappoint at the Meet was the non-participation in the Under 20 Division, where registered athletes did not turn up to compete.

Attention now turns to the Inter-Primary Championships  to be staged between 6th to 8th  April 2022 at the Truman Bodden Stadium.

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