Joyce Samuel, Althea Scatliffe Repeat Inter-Primary A and B Titles

U15 B Division Girls after competing in Wednesday's Long Jump 

MARCH 16— Joyce Samuel and Althea Scatliffe Primary Schools, repeated as B and A Division champions of the annual Inter-Primary Schools Athletics Championships, which wrapped up on Thursday at the A. O. Shirley Recreation Grounds.

On Wednesday, Joyce Samuel's used 99 points from three division champions including its co-Victor Ludorums K'Cie Moses and Kyle Leader—who garnered 38 points respectively—to win the Inter-Primary Division B Championships after amassing 350 points.

Alexandrina Maduro was second with 313 points, followed by Ivan Dawson who had 272. Leonora Delville finished fourth with 242 and Isabella Morris was fifth with 204. Sixth was Robinson O’Neal, who had 152. Seventh was Cedar International, 94 and Agape had 57 in eight. There was a three way tie for ninth place between First Impressions, Claudia Creque and Corner Stone, all with 36. Pelican Gate had 27 and Jost Van Dyke finished with 22.

Ronnayah Phillips and Shael Lavacia—both of Ivan Dawson—won the Under 9 Girls and Boys division titles with 26 and 24 points respectively.

Ivan Dawson picked up another division title, when Tashira Edwards sealed the Under 11 Girls category, with her 38 points while Joyce Samuel’s Kyle Leader took the Boys title also scoring 38 and a share of the Victor Ludorum crown.

Isabella Morris’ Z’Niah Corea snatched the Under 13 Girls division with 44 points—which also landed her the Victrix Ludorum award—while Malachi Thomas of Joyce Samuel won the Boys division with 26.

Joyce Samuel’s Brittany Farrington had 23 points to win the Under the 15 Girls divisional and teammate K'Cei Moses, had 38 for the Boys title and a share of the Victor Ludorum.

On Thursday, Althea Scattlife—who has never been beaten—continued its strangle hold on the A Division adding yet another title as the top three teams placed in the same order as 2011.

Althea Scatliffe topped the competition with 508 points. St. Georges was second with 341 while Enis Adams grabbed third ahead of Francis Lettsome, 315-237 points. Virgin Gorda’s Begrado Flax Primary was fifth with 227, followed by Willard Wheatley’s 217 in sixth. Ebenezer Thomas rounded out the scoring with 152 points.

The respective division winners were as follows: Abriel Maglorie, Althea Scatliffe was the Under 9 Girls division winner with 20 points while St. Georges Kyron Walwyn took the boys’ class with 23. Willard Wheatley’s Tianna Pickering amassed 32 points for the Under 11 Girls division title—and the Victrix Ludorum—while Althea Scatliffe’s J’Quaan Smith who co-shared the Victor Ludorum—garnered 46.

Zakharia Frett of Althea Scatliffe claimed the Under 13 Girls crown with 30 points while co-Victor Ludorum Chaz Fahie of St. Georges, amassed 46—losing his grip on the award outright—when he finished second in the 200m to Enis Adams’ Leshaun Lindo.

Bryea Walters and her Althea Scatliffe teammate Jahquilah Smith shared the Under 15 Girls division crown with 20 points a piece. St. Georges’ Eduardo Vargas had 36 for the boys title.