Blue House the best at Graydon Sealy

Blue House ripped the proverbial bark off all opposition today to emerge as champions of Graydon Sealy Secondary Inter-house Sports held at the National Stadium.

Amassing 883 points, Blue House were able to comfortably retain the title ahead of Green House who notched 722 points for second position and Orange House whose 636 points earned them third place. Red House finished fourth with 539 points, Yellow House tallied 423 for fifth place and White House scored 379 for sixth.

Renaldo Simmons of Orange House (far right) won the Under-17 Boys 100m and 200m sprints. (Pictures by Morissa Lindsay)
Issac Lawrence of Orange House won the Under-15 Boys 100m.
Shaqola Applewhaite of Green House (left) held on for the win against Shonica Griffith of White House.
Victoria Clarke touches down first at the finish line to win the Under-15 Girls 100m for Orange House.
Danika Applewhaite of Red House stamped her authority to come out victorious in the Under-13 Girls 100m.

Victrix ludorum honours went to Shonica Griffith of White House. The former Blackman and Gollop Primary schoolgirl was outstanding in Division Two with wins in the 400m, 800m, long jump and second place in the 200m.

The victor ludorum was Jadon McCollin of Red House who scored 73 points in Division One. McCollin was first in the triple jump, 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m and 1500m while he finished second in the long jump.

Jadon McCollin of Red House (center) made it look easy winning the Under-20 Boys 200m.

Orange House had centre stage during the course of the day thanks to Donte Padmore who dominated Division Four Boys and Ariel Baird who stamped her authority among Division Three Girls.

Donte Padmore of Orange House (third left) won ahead of Simoria Franklyn of Yellow House (second left).

The 100m, 200m long jump, and javelin were some of the events Padmore participated in for his 49.5 points. Meanwhile, Baird for her total of 66 came first in the long jump and shot put and second in the 100m and 200m.

Red House ran away with Division four Girls thanks to Janae Callender who tallied 44 points and Makail Gittens of Division Two with 44.5.

Meanwhile, Kayla Walters proved to be the only hope for Yellow House as she took care of business in the Division One Girls category for 62 points. Tristan Rice of Blue House accumulated 65 points to be the standard-bearer among the Division Three Boys.  



Kayla Walters of Yellow House topped the Under-20 Girls Division.

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