Calabar, barring any mishaps, should win the 2015 ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls Championships title for a fourth straight year.
Entering today's final with 24 finals to go, Calabar will have 27 finalists to KC's 30. KC are in all five relay finals while Calabar will watch two from the stands.
Calabar, however, are expected to score more points and as a result should win their 3rd straight title.
In the Class 2 400m and 200m finals, Calabar are heavily favoured to finish 1-2 for 32 points.
Calabar should also score heavily in the Classes 2 and 1 110m hurdles finals. These finals could give them at least 12 points.
So, barring any mishaps, Calabar should be crowned 2015 champions.
Men – Team Rankings – 17 Events Scored
Calabar High 116; Kingston College 93; Jamaica College 90; St. Jago High 69; St. Elizabeth Technical Hi 47; Wolmer’s High School for 27; Cornwall College 22; Edwin Allen High 20; Holmwood Technical High 19; Bellefield High 14; Herbert Morrison Technical 11; Munro College 11; Petersfield High 11; Buff Bay High 10