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Calabar, Edwin Allen cruise to Champs titles

Published:Saturday | March 29, 2014 | 8:25 PM

Melton Williams, Gleaner Writer



KINGSTON, Jamaica:

Calabar High and Edwin Allen, as expected, easily won the respective titles as the 2014 ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls' Athletics Championship is winding down at the National Stadium.




Victory for Calabar represents the school’s third straight championship, while Edwin Allen retained the title they lost to Holmwood Technical in 2013.



After 44 girls’ finals, Edwin Allen are holding a big lead of 66.50 points.



The Clarendon-based school is on 317.50 points, while St Jago are in second place on 251 points.



Hydel 217 points, dethroned champions Holmwood Technical 199.5 and Vere Technical 128 round off the top five.



And Calabar are holding a huge lead of 104.5 points.



They are leading with 299 points from second-place Kingston College on 194.5 points.



Jamaica College 182 points, St Jago 142.5 and St Elizabeth Technical 113 round off the top five.





Champs Points Standing BOYS and GIRLS at the closing of championships



Boys' points standing after 41 Events Scored



1) Calabar High 305

2) Kingston College 208.50

3) Jamaica College 190

4) St. Jago High 158.50

5) St. Elizabeth Technical 123

6) Wolmer's High School for Boys 97.50

7) Edwin Allen High 51

8) Munro College 50

9) Holmwood Technical High 47

10) St. George's College 46

11) Cornwall College 45

12) Petersfield High 31

12) Excelsior High 31

14) Bog Walk High 23

15) Spaldings High 20

16) Bellefield High 18

17) Manchester High 16

18) Oberlin High 11

19) Herbert Morrison Technical 10

19) Cedric Titus High 10

21) St. Andrew Technical High 9

21) Spot Valley High 9

23) Buff Bay High 7.50

24) Godfrey Stewart High 7

25) Gaynstead High 6

25) Mavis Bank High 6

25) Mannings High 6

28) William Knibb Memorial High 5

28) Campion College 5

30) Ardenne High 4

30) Newell High 4

32) Kemps Hill High 3

32) Lennon High 3

34) Mona High 2

34) Glenmuir High 2

34) Old Harbour High 2

34) Tacius Golding High 2

34) York Castle High 2

34) Dinthill Technical High 2

34) Vere Technical High 2

41) Claude McKay High 1

41) Donald Quarrie High 1





Girls' Rankings - 46 Events



1) Edwin Allen High 337.50

2) St. Jago High 263

3) Hydel High 229

4) Holmwood Technical High 211.50

5) Vere Technical High 141

6) Wolmer's High School for Girls 89

7) Manchester High 79

8) St. Elizabeth Technical High 65

9) Convent of Mercy Alpha 50

10) Rusea's High 38

11) St. Andrew High for Girls 34.50

12) Immaculate Conception High 34

13) St. Andrew Technical High 27

14) The Queens School 26

15) Excelsior High 19

16) Petersfield High 14

17) St. Catherine High 12

17) Holy Childhood High 12

19) Papine High 10

20) Buff Bay High 9.50

21) Dinthill Technical High 8

22) Spaldings High 7

22) Balaclava High 7

22) Glengoffe High 7

22) Herbert Morrison Technical 7

26) Oberlin High 6

27) Camperdown High 5

27) Lennon High 5

29) Hampton School for Girls 4

29) St. Hugh's High 4

31) Ardenne High 3

31) Mavis Bank High 3

31) Guys Hill High 3

34) Happy Grove High 2

34) Mona High 2

34) Denbigh High 2

34) Kellits High 2

38) Lacovia High 1

38) Merl Grove High 1



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