THE CENTRAL LEEWARD Secondary School continued its dominance of the All Leeward Track Meet for the winning the 2022 championships for the fifth year.
The school amassed a total of 539 points in the championships last Friday, March 11, 2022, Following a two-year absence due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Central Leeward athletes topped in 20 of the 74 events on the day’s programme.
Additionally, the only records which were established on the day were by one Central Leeward Secondary School athlete who broke the school’s old marks. In the Intermediate Boys 1500m, Zichri Hepburn of the Central Leeward Secondary School established a new mark of 4 minutes 36.00 seconds. He returned later in the day to wipe out the old 800-metre Intermediate Boys record of 2 minutes 14.17 seconds which was set by Kevon Bulze also of Central Leeward Secondary School, with a new time of 2 minute 12.61 seconds. The 2022 All Leeward Secondary Schools male junior Champion is Junior Hendrickson of the Petit Bordel Secondary School who ended with a total of 18 points, while the junior female champion is Shykeinna Dickson of the Central Leeward Secondary School who amassed 27 points. AJ Delpesche of the Petit Bordel Secondary School with 27 points, took the All Leeward Secondary School intermediate Boys Champion title while the Intermediate Girls champion is Akayla Hamblett of the Central Leeward Secondary School with 25 points.
The 2022 All Leeward Secondary Schools Senior Boys Champion is Kareem Matthews of the Petit Bordel Secondary School with 20 points, and Ashanti Richards and Gailan John, both of the Central Leeward Secondary School are joint Senior Girls champions. The Central Leeward Secondary School’s Shykienna Dickson copped the 2022 All Leeward Secondary Schools Victrix Ludorum title with 27 points, and the 2022 All Leeward Secondary Schools Victor Ludorum is AJ Delpesche of the Petit Bordel Secondary School with 27 points.
In the team points standing, Buccament Bay Secondary School placed fifth with 172 points, Petit Bordel Secondary School fourth with 308 points, Bethel High School third with 312 points, Troumaca Ontario Secondary School second with 376 points, and champions, the Central Leeward Secondary School maintaining their dominance with 539 points.