CLSS, PBSS win secondary schools’ cross country run
Central Leeward – female champions
February 4, 2020

CLSS, PBSS win secondary schools’ cross country run

The Petit Bordel Secondary School (PBSS),and the Central Leeward Secondary School (CLSS) won the male and female categories, respectfully, when the secondary schools’ cross country run took place on the tarmac of the decommissioned ET Joshua Airport, last Thursday.

CLSS owe their title to Ashanti Richards, Marlene Richards, Kelisa Gould and Riah Henson, who finished first, second, third and fourth, respectively.

The quartet thus compiled 10 points.

Second to the CLSS was the Thomas Saunders Secondary, with 24 points, gained from their fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth places.

Completing the top three finishers, were the Georgetown Secondary, with 62 points.

Georgetown’s top four placings were tenth, eleventh, twentieth and twenty-second.

The top three places were trailed by Petit Bordel Secondary, Bethel High School, Buccament Bay Secondary, St Joseph’s Convent Kingstown and Bishop’s College Kingstown.

Meanwhile, the PBSS’ triumph in the male category was attributed to Ziel Spring, who took the top place, while Jamol Creese was fifth, with Keshawn Alexander and Javiel Chance, eighth and ninth, respectively.

The placings of Spring, Creese, Alexander and Chance gave the PBSS a total of 23 points.

Central Leeward Secondary School, which held positions third, fourth, eleventh and thirteenth, placed second with 31 points.

With 40 points, the St Vincent Grammar School, were third, having secured positions sixth, seventh, twelfth and fifteenth.

The other competing schools, were the Georgetown Secondary, the St Martin’s Secondary, Buccament Bay Secondary, Bishop’s College Kingstown, the Bethel High School and the Thomas Saunders Secondary, which finished in order as listed.

The females completed a distance of 4km, while the males did 6km.

Forty-five females crossed the finish line, while forty-seven males did so.