Sobers House champs again

Sobers “Red” House with 1144 points repeated as champions when Lester Vaughan’s inter-house sports concluded today at the National Stadium.

Adams “Blue” House with a tally of 988 points and Gill “Green” House with 778 points took second and third positions respectively, and kept the winners on their toes throughout the day.

Zario Brathwaite (left) of Gill House was a big winner over Akil Alleyne in the division two boys 100m.
Zario Brathwaite (left) of Gill House was a big winner over Akil Alleyne in the division two boys 100m.
Lagina Colucci of Walcott House had a comfortable win in the division five girls 200m.
Lagina Colucci of Walcott House had a comfortable win in the division five girls 200m.

Placing fourth was Walcott “Orange” House with 724 points, Prescod “Purple” House was fifth with 574 points and Barrow “Yellow” House 534 finished sixth.

Antonio Farrell of Walcott House won the division two boys high jump with a height of 1.83m.
Antonio Farrell of Walcott House won the division two boys high jump with a height of 1.83m.
(From left) Antonio Weekes, Stefon Cadogan-Caesar, Quamie Neblett and Renaldo Christie won the open boys medley relay for Adams House.
(From left) Antonio Weekes, Stefon Cadogan-Caesar, Quamie Neblett and Renaldo Christie won the open boys medley relay for Adams House.

Contributing significantly to Sobers House’s accomplishments was victrix ludorum Tianna Bowen who piled up an imposing 85 points. She won the 100m, 200m, 400m and 3000m which came as no surprise in the division two girls showdown. Stephen Griffith of Walcott House emerged as victor ludorum with 78 points in the division one boys category.

Tianna Bowen (left) winning the division 2 100m.
Tianna Bowen (left) winning the division 2 100m.

Andrea Oughterson of Adams House with 70 points was the division one champion among the girls, Acacia Small of Gill House was named division two winner with 49 points while Rowland Kirton-Browne of Walcott House was division four champion with 66 points. Adams House’s Vivica Addison topped division five with 72 points.

Meanwhile for the boys Reshawn Sargeant of Sobers House scored 61 points to top the division two boys, Quamie Neblett of Adams House with 75 points was the division three chief while Shem Williams of Sobers House with 52 points won division four.

The top honour in division five went to Javon Alexander of Adams House with 32 points.

(Photographs by Morissa Lindsay)

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