Dellwood Middle School repeated as Champions at the Bermuda School Sports Federation’s Middle School Track and Field Championships.
Dellwood blew away all competition with 533 points, their nearest rival was Sandy’s Secondary Middle School with 448 and T. N. Tatem rounded out the top three with 437 points.
Dellwood won the Girls Division with 308 followed by Warwick Academy with 213 and Sandy’s with 203. T. N. Tatem won the Boys Division with 265, Sandy’s finished second with 245 followed by Dellwood with 227.
Mitayah Richardson from Dellwood won the Under 12 Champion Girl race with victories in the 400m, High Jump and Long Jump. Other top performers were Ramiah Brangman from Sandy’s who won the 800m and 1500m while finishing second in the 400m. Schoolmate Azra Shakir won the 100m and 200m and finished third in the 400m.
Jannis Roberts from Somersfield Academy was crowned Under 12 Boys Champion, Roberts won the High Jump and Shot Put and finished fourth in the Javelin event. Denver Tucker from the Bermuda Institute won the 100m and 200m event.
Dellwoods’ Jahstice Grant won the 100m, 200m and Long Jump to claim the Under 13 Girls Title, Warwick’s Shayla Cann also impressed in winning the 400m and 1500m and finishing third in the 100m.
The Under 13 Boys winner was Anaya West from Sandy’s who won the sprint treble with wins in the 100, 200 and 400 meter races. Classmate Stefan Jones was victorious in the 1500 and 800 meters but finished third in the 400 meters.
Bermuda High School’s Jezhari Talbot claimed Gold Medals in the 400m, 800m and Long Jump in the Over 13 Division. Eleanor Richmond of Warwick Academy won the Discus and Javelin and finished third in the Shot Put.
The Over 13 Boys title was shared by two T. N. Tatem students, Chayse Tanner claimed the 100m, 200m and Long Jump titles for the second year running. Sancho Smith won the High Jump, 400 and 800 meters. Smith had a fantastic week, he followed up last weeks record breaking High Jump performance with another record in the 800 meters. He knocked off over four seconds off the record set last year by Nyrobi Smith Mills after he crossed the line in 2:07.50.