East Ruimveldt Secondary reign supreme at South GT Inter-School championships

first_imgWITH big wins from Girls’ Under-14 champion girl Delisa Robertson, East Ruimveldt Secondary School ran away with the win at the South Georgetown District 13 Zone 2 Inter-School Championships, which wrapped up on Tuesday at the Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary.East Ruimveldt put together 684 points to outdo their competitors, ending just in front of South Ruimveldt Secondary, who had 673 points.Finishing in third place were Charlestown Secondary with 666 points, Central High fourth with 435 points, Masters Academy 313 points.Carmel Secondary garnered 214 points and West Ruimveldt Secondary (formerly David Rose School) had 210 points.It was consistent participation sprinkled with a few strong first place finishes that ensured East Ruimveldt ended on top.In her category, Robertson ruled in the 100m, 200m and 400m, while Central High’s Wesley Tyndall did the same on the Boys’ side to also finish as the champion boy of his age group.In the younger Boys’ and Girls’ Under-12 categories East Ruimveldt also proved that they have some of the best athletes in the South Georgetown District. Tia Forth emulated Robertson’s feat in the Girls’ Under-12 where she also had a sprint treble, winning the 100m, 200m and 400m of her category.Meshach Charles displayed some massive talent as he championed the Boys’ Under-12 category, winning the 100m, 200m and 400m races.East Ruimveldt also had some luck in the middle distance races, where Maxine Joseph captured the Girls’ Under-18 1500m and Darren Connelly took the Boys’ Under-20 1500m. Jaden King won the Boys’ Under-14 1500m.Although South Ruimveldt finished second place overall, several of their athletes walked away with champion titles.Anicca Redmon took the Girls’ Under-16 champion girl title while Natricia Gulliver copped the Girls’ Under-20 champion title. Both young ladies ended with the 100m, 200m and 400m wins in their respective categories.In other title wins, Charlestown’s Jarron Cox won the Boys’ Under-16 champion boy title, while Central High’s Wesley Tyndall and Sherdine Dummett won the Boys’ Under-14 and Girls’ Under-18 champion titles, respectively.Masters’ Umkosi Vancooten topped the Boys’ Under-18 category, and Brian Roman emerged the best performing athlete of the Boys’ Under-20 category.last_img read more