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Published 19th March 2021, 7:33am

Red Bay Primary’s 2021 Inter-House Sports Competition, held Wednesday (24 February) at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex, was filled with excitement, fun, a highly competitive atmosphere and impressive performances that wowed the supportive crowd.

Exceptional performances included the exciting Girls Medley Relay which was won by the Parrots Team of Byanna-Eve Scott, Isabella Barnett, Celine Bush-Scott and Kaithlyn Scott in a time of 2:22.05.

The Boys Medley Relay was a thrilling one in which the Stingrays Team of Tafari Beach, Demarco Millwood, Donte Martin and Jaysean Seymour sprinted to a first -place finish with a time of 2:10.05. Donte Martin’s blistering run of the 200m leg gave the Stingrays Team a comfortable lead.

Byanna-Eve Scott, Ariella Powell, Nathaniel Haye, Isabella Barnett, Tyreike Maragh and Nevaeh Bowen added to the high points tally of Parrots House with first place finishes and the fastest times of their Year Groups in the 100m.

No one will forget the superb display of speed and endurance displayed by Jaysean Seymour of Stingrays House who delivered the fastest overall times of the day in the 100m and 200m.

Akiane Boddington of Iguanas House emerged as the 800m Champion for the girls with sisters Celine Bush-Scott and Kaithlyn Scott taking 2nd and 3rd Place for Parrots.

Abbigail Gayle of Stingrays House was victorious in Heat 1 of the Year 6 200m. It was a close race with Byanna-Eve Scott and Jade Cole of Parrots placing 2nd and 3rd.

RBPS Principal Dr. Vickie Frederick congratulated the students for their efforts. “Congratulations to all the Red Bay Primary athletes who represented their houses with determination and school spirit. Well Done!”

At the close of the day, the overall points tally of Parrots 1,037, Stingrays 891 and Iguanas 801, ended a six year Championship drought for the winning House Parrots.

To learn the dates of other school sports days, visit www.education.gov.ky.


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