Daley and Scott pick up awards
Kalila Daley, from Harrington Sound Primary, and Mount Saint Agnes Academy’s Daylen Scott won the Toby Colombe Award for the outstanding athletes of the Bermuda School Sports Federation Primary Track and Field Championships.
Both won maximum points in the individual events. Daley won the 200 and 400 metres as well as long jump. Scott claimed top honours in the under-10 boys 100, 200 and long jump.
Daley was named the under-9 champion, ahead of Markayla Swan, of West End Primary, who finished second in the 400 and 800 and third in the 200.
Kruz Iris was champion under-9 boy. The Purvis Primary student topped the podium in the 100 and 200 while finishing third in the cricket-ball throw. Warwick Academy’s Cameron Adkins finished second with second-place finishes in the 800 and high jump.
Arima Turner, from Bermuda High School, was named under-10 girls champion. She claimed first in the 100 and 200 and finished second in the 400. Legend Stevenson, of West End Primary, finished first in the 400 and second in the 800 long jump. Somersfield Academy’s Ellise Dickinson won the 800 and earned silver in the 100 and 200.
Scott easily won the under-10 boys division, with Feidhlim Carr, from Saltus Grammar School, second after winning the 400 and 800 and finishing second to Scott in the 200.
Two West Pembroke students dominated the over-10 girls’ division. Kemauri Darrell won the division after winning the 400 and 800 and finishing fourth in the 200. Schoolmate Ny’Asia White won the 200 while finishing second in the 100 and third in the 400.
Isael Smith ran and leapt his way to the champion boy in the over-10 division. The Prospect Primary student won the 100 and 200 and finished second in the high jump.
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