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ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys & Girls Athletics Championships 2010 - Results

03/30/10

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Categories: Sports, Commentary

ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys & Girls Athletics Championships 2010 - Results

By now you all know the winners of ‘Champs’ 100, for the boys, Wolmers Boy School and for the girls, Holmwood Technical. Wolmerians, Skilachi, have you stopped celebrating as yet? And why not, the best in 1910 and still the best in 2010,100 years later. The rest of us salute you. On the girls side, Holmwood Technical, eight years consecutively, quite impressive. I suppose Edwin Allen High School winning the Central Championships served as a wake up call.  Anyway the gap in the final points was a lot closer this year so you know you have your work cut out for you for next year.  

 

Everyone wants to win however we can only have one winner, or in this case two winners. The fact is all the participants worked and trained very hard for this event. The standards were very high and the organizers maintained very strict rules. On the first day of Champs, I remember one little miss being disqualified from the relays for a false start. It was obvious that she was totally devastated however she held her head up and walked with what I’m sure was all the dignity that she could muster. Talk about the agony of defeat, we saw it over and over, during the four days. But this is the kind of preparation that will truly set our athletes apart when they get on the international stage. Learning how to deal with the good and the bad; being great sportsmen and women.

 

So, how did your schools fair. Well I had told you my choices, St. Georges for the boys, they came 7th and Manchester High for the girls, and they came 5th. I am well pleased.  I know we have been hearing a lot about the top school so for those of you who haven’t yet seen the full points at the end of the day, here they are.

 

Boys

 

Girls

Wolmers Boys School

208.5

Calabar High School

201.5

Kingston College

192

Jamaica College

153

St.Jago High

110

Munro College

100.5

St. Georges College

46

Holmwood Technical

45

Manchester High

42

Camperdown High School

40

St.Elizabeth Tech.

34

Herbert Morrison Tech.

27.5

Petersfield High School

25

Vere Technical High

25

Bellefield High School

20

Titchfield High School

18

Campion College

17

Old Harbour High

14

Clarendon College

14

Tacius Golding High

13

Edwin Allen High School

11

Ardenne High School

11

Morant Bay High

10

Glengoffe High

10

Bridgeport High School

10

William Knibb High

10

Guy's Hill High

7

Balaclava High School

7

Green Island High School

7

Foga Road High School

6

Cornwall College

5

May Day High

5

Seaforth High

5

Claude McKAY High School

4

St. Mary Technical

4

Excelsior High

4

Oberlin High

4

Ferncourt High

4

Porus High

2

Edith Dalton James High

1

St.Mary's College

1

 

 

Holmwood Technical

273.33

Edwin Allen High School

258

St.Jago High

180

Vere Technical High

158

Manchester High

144.83

Wolmers' Girls

117

Herbert Morrison Tech.

80

St.Elizabeth Tech.

76

Convent OF Mercy Academy

69.83

Queens High School

60

Hydel High School

46

St. Andrew High

42

St. Hugh's High

35

Immaculate Conceptionhigh

30

William Knibb High

22

Camperdown High School

21

Oberlin High

18

St.Catherine High

11

Bellefield High School

9

Campion College

7

Excelsior High

7

Frome High School

6

Clarendon College

6

Glengoffe High

4

Bog Walk High School

4

Ocho Rios High

3

St. Mary High

2

Titchfield High School

1

 

 

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