Ashanti Moore of Hydel opened her 2020 season in style at Saturday’s Pure Water JC/Danny Williams Meet on at Jamaica College’s Ashenheim Stadium.
Moore, who was running her first race since running a stunning 11.17s at Champs 2019 in March, won the Class 1 girls’ 100m dash in 11.74 seconds. Edwin Allen Ackelia Smith, 12.07s, was the second-best Class 1 sprinter on the day.
However, Serena Cole, also of Edwin Allen, recorded the day’s fastest female time of 11.61 to take the Class 2 girls’ event. Shenese Walker of Hydel also went under 12 seconds with 11.81s.
Hydel Class 3 sprinters also enjoyed a great day with the pair of Alana Reid, 11.76 and Kerrika Hill, 11.86s, both dipping below 12 seconds.
Hydel also won Class 4 with Shemonique Hazel, who crossed the line in 12.28.
On the boys’ side, Jamaica College’s (JC) pair of Mark Miller, 11.37 in Class 3 Dwight Downer, 11.20 in Class 2, were 100m winners.
Rahiem Scott of Rusea’s and St. Jago’s Kimarley Stewart, both ran 10.97 in the Class 1 boys’ 100m dash. Scott won heat seven against -0.8 m/s wind while Stewart victory came in heat three against a -0.7m/s wind.
Kimar Farquharson of Calabar ran 1:51.42 to win the Class 1 boys’ 800m ahead of Edwin Allen’s Chevonne Hall, 1:52.19.
Shantae Foreman, now at St. Jago, cleared 1.77m to take top honours in the girls’ Class 2 high jump. Kavian Kerr of St. Jago won the Class 1 boys’ long jump with 7.53m
JC’s Shakiel Dacres threw 54.45m for the discus boys’ top spot. Danielle Sloley of Immaculate won the Class 1 girls’ discus with a throw of 14.15m.
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4 thoughts on “Edwin Allen’s Cole stands out, but Moore leads Hydel dominance at JC”
Remember that in Jamaica, it is more important to win champs than ensuring that athletes maximise on their potential to make themselves and their families better off in the long run. All about di winning
wondering, why is Moore still in high school? She should have started collegiate/athletics career by now. Why hasn’t she been encouraged to take up a scholarship locally or abroad?
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Moore will be hard to beat at Champs 2020.