Kingstown Prep run the track again at IPSAC
The Kingstown Preparatory School remained overall champion of the National Lotteries Authority Inter-Primary Schoolsâ championships, which concluded on Wednesday at the Arnos Vale One playing Field.
Kingstown Prep finished the standings on 276 points, 110 contributed from their males and 166 from the females.
Placing second was Buccament Government, which tallied 243 points. âBuccament Government owed their position to the males, who amassed 140 points.
Stephanie Browne Primary School of Union Island, which went into Wednesdayâs final ahead of the pack, had to settle for the third place, putting together 199 points.
Rounding off the top five were Questelles Government School â 150 points in fourth position and Layou Government School, fifth, with 126 points.
Wining the females Under-7 title was Skylar Francis of Questelles Government. Francis registered 20 points.
On the other side of the gender in that age group, Adriano Glasgow of Kingstown Preparatory School, collected 16 individual points, to be declared champion.
Taking the female Under-9 title was Stephanie Browne Primaryâs Amelia Alexander, whose 18 points were better than her competitors.
Meanwhile, Bequia Anglican Primaryâs Jayvon Phillips took charge of the male Under-9, conjuring up 21 points.
Devron Dickson of the Barrouallie Government was the champion athlete in the female category of the Under-11 age group. Dicksonâs tally of points was 20.
Sharing the spotlight with Dickson in that age group, was Calliaqua Anglicanâs Rolando Richards. His 30 points did not only land him the Under-11 male title, but the victor ludorum, as well.
Similarly, Skye Williams of Kingstown Preparatory School copped the females Under-15, with her 34 points. Williams added the victrix ludorum award to her collection on the day of finals.
And, Buccament Governmentâs Kesron Myle, won the male Under-15. Myle scored 27 points.
âYesterday, was the turn of the secondary schools in the ISSAC, while today is set aside for the SVG Community College to have their track and field meet.
Both events were also set for the Arnos Vale Playing Field.