Tue | Jun 15, 2021

#Champs2021 | Points standing (End of day four)

Published:Friday | May 14, 2021 | 5:35 PM

Edwin Allen High School maintained its lead today in the girls' section of the 2021 ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls' Athletics Championships.

On the boys' side, Kingston College remains ahead with Jamaica College closely behind.

See full schedule below:       

Girls (After 27 finals)

1. Edwin Allen High - 213        
2. St. Jago High - 187.50
3. Hydel High - 161.50    
4. Holmwood Technical - 65.50
5. Vere Technical - 49        
6. Wolmer's Girls' School - 45   
7. St. Catherine High - 44       
 8. Clarendon College - 31   
 9. Rusea's High - 29       
10. Excelsior High - 26.50
11. St. Elizabeth Technical - 15       
12. Alpha Academy - 14.50
13. St. Mary High - 14       
14. Camperdown High - 13   
15. The Queen's School - 11       
16. Manchester High - 9.50
16. Merl Grove High - 9.50    
18. Mount Alvernia High - 9   
19. Herbert Morrison Technical - 7       
20. St. Andrew High - 6.50
21. Rhodes Hall High - 6       
21. Immaculate Conception - 6   
23. Petersfield High - 5       
23. Alphansus Davis High - 5   
25. Campion College - 4       
25. Glengoffe High - 4   
27. Maggotty High - 2       
28. Steer Town Academy - 1 


Boys (After 24 finals)

1. Kingston College - 187        
2. Jamaica College - 179.50
3. Calabar High - 144        
4. St. Elizabeth Technical - 93   
5. St. Jago High - 63        
6. Edwin Allen High - 46   
7. Wolmer's Boys School - 45.50     
8. Excelsior High - 32   
9. Maggotty High - 11       
10. Clarendon College - 9   
10. Bellefield High - 9       
10. Petersfield High - 9   
13. Vere Technical - 8       
14. St. George's College - 7   
14. Cornwall College - 7       
16. Camperdown High - 6   
17. Muschett High - 5       
17. St. Catherine High - 5   
19. Port Antonio High - 4       
20. Hydel High - 3   
20. Rhodes Hall High - 3       
22. Rusea's High - 2   
22. Lacovia High - 2       
24. Oberlin High - 1   

Follow The Gleaner on Twitter and Instagram @JamaicaGleaner and on Facebook @GleanerJamaica. Send us a message on WhatsApp at 1-876-499-0169 or email us at onlinefeedback@gleanerjm.com or editors@gleanerjm.com.