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Tuesday, May 14, 2024
Saltus Wins BSSF Middle School Inter-School Sports

Saltus Grammar School successfully defended their title as Bermuda School Sports Federation Middle School Track and Field Champions.

Saltus won the overall title despite finishing second in both the Overall Girls and Boys Divisions.

Saltus won the championship with 587.50 points with the Whitney Institute coming in second with 554.50 points. Warwick Academy finished a distant third with 316 points.

BHS won the Girls Division with the slimmest margin after finishing a half point ahead of Saltus. BHS finished the meet with 280 points with Saltus finishing on 279.5 followed by Whitney Institute in third with 196.50 points.

Whitney Institute led the charge in the Boys Division with 358 points. Saltus were 50 points back on 308 ahead of Warwick Academy who ended with 195.

The top performer of the day was once again Zydon Lightbourne-Furbert who broke two of his own records in the Over 13 Boys Division. The Warwick Academy student has now broken five records in the last two year. He broke his 200 meter record by one hundredth of a second, crossing the line in 22.53 seconds. He then shaved four hundredth off the 400 meter Final when he stopped the clock at 52.71 seconds.

Sukanya Jobson from Saltus was named the Champion Girl in the Under 12 Girls Division, this after winning Gold in the 400, 800 and 1500 meter races. School mate Leydi Raynor was close behind after winning the 100 meters and Long Jump. Raynor would come second to Alae Rochester from Sandys Secondary Middle School in the 200 meters.

Hasim Ming was named Under 12 Boys Champion Boy after claiming the rare 800 meter and Turbo Javelin double. The Whitney student had broken the Javelin record last week before claiming the 800 meter Gold and 1500 meter Silver at the finals. Adam Barritt finished second in points after winning the sprinting 100 and 200 meter double. The Whitney pair of Paz Lightbourne-Francis and A’Daj O’Brien also scored more than 20 points. Lightbourne-Francis won the 400 meters while finishing third in both the 100 and 200 meters.

Sandys Secondary Middle School had in triple Gold Medalist in Zakhya Scott in the Under 13 Girls Division. Scott was fastest in the 100, 200 and 400 meter sprinting trifecta. Amaya Davis from Saltus Grammar School finished behind Scott on 23 points after winning the Long Jump and finishing second in the 100 meters and fourth in the 200 meters. Whitney Institute’s Riana Robinson was a double winner in the Division winning the 800 and 1500 meter events.

C. Riley Martin won the Under 13 Boys Division with double Gold in the 200 and 400 meter races. He was denied a third gold by school mate Chanz Martin who pipped him at the line in the 100 meters. Martin also finished second to C. Riley Martin the 200 meters. Timothy Pearman accumulated 23 points for Whitney after winning the 800 meters, finishing second in the 400 meters and fourth in the 1500 meters.

Sprinters continued to dominate in the Over 13 Girls Division where Whitney’s Zyari Lawrence was named Division Champion. Lawrence outran all competitors in the 200 and 400 meters and finished second in the 100 meters. She was beaten in the 100 meters by Milan Gibbons-Thomas from BHS who also won the Triple Jump and finished third in the Long Jump. Saltus’ Kenzie Lawrence had a good day on the runway by winning the long jump and finishing second in the high and triple jump competitions. Gabriella Cechini was also a division double winner, the Somersfield Academy student finished on top in the 800 and 1500 meter races.

The Over 13 Boys Champion Boys title was shared by Lightbourne-Furbert and Saltus Grammar School’s Jordan Williams who leapt higher and further than all by winning the Long, Triple and High Jump events.

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