Edwin Allen High’s duo of Kevona Davis and Tina Clayton secured 200m titles on Central Champs 2020 final day Wednesday (19 Feb) at GC Foster College.
Davis, first-year Class 1, cruised to 23.30 to take top honours and Michae Harriott’s 2018 meet record of 23.56.
Holmwood Technical’s Kishawna Wallace 24.24 and Kayla Bonnick of St. Jago 24.36 were second and third respectively.
In Class 2, Tina stamped her class by easily dispatching the field in 23.57. She, however, fell short of Davis’ record of 23.24secs.
Shenese Walker of Hydel was second in 24.04 and Dejanea Oakley of Clarendon College, third in 24.04.
Hydel won in classes 3 and 4. Alana Reid came away as the Class 3 winner in 24.31 ahead of Manchester High’s Mickayla Sutherland 25.00
Hazel took Class 4 in 25.11 ahead of Briana Campbell of St. Jago, 25.32 and Holmwood’s Rosalee Gallimore 25.39.
On the boys’ side, Rajay Morris of Clarendon College was the Class 1 winner in 21.22 ahead of St. Jago’s Kavian Kerr in 21.66.
Deshaun Nelson of Charlemont shocked the field to win the Class 2 boys’ 200m in 22.52. He enjoyed an extended celebration.
Malik Carridice of Vere won Class 3 in 23.43 ahead of St. Jago’s Tremaine Hamilton, 23.56.
Thaila Wilson of Hydel cleared 1.75m to equal Lamara Distin’s 2018 mark in the Class 1 girls’ high jump.
Velecia Williams of Hydel, 6.04m was the only six-metre jumper in the Class 1 girls event.
Malachi Needham of St. Jago cleared 1.55m to take gold in the Class 3 boys’ high jump.
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