Principal praises students’ Inter-School performance

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The head of one secondary school has shared her pleasure with the performance of her students in the recently held National Inter-Schools Track and Field Championships.
Principal of Clare Hall Secondary School (CHSS) Jonah Greene, said her school ensured that it had a full team to participate in all of the track and field events.
“My students really did an exceptional job as far as inter-school is concerned. The school put certain mechanisms in place to ensure that we had a complete team in the sprint, field events and long distance,” Greene said in an OBSERVER media interview.
“We won the 4×100 Under-20 boys and Under-15 girls and came second in the Under-18 boys. And we won convincingly in the 4x 400 metres open relay,” she said. “Our girls team, I mean we came third in the competition [with] a few hiccups along the way, but our boys team, I am exceptionally proud of them. They would have come out and they would have given their best and they did it for us.
The principal made special mention of her star athletes as well.
“I have some students that I need to highlight. Ramadine Alexander won the 200 metres with Kobe Glasford coming second, and Kobe won the 100 metres with Ramadine coming second. Terrence Thomas, a phenomenal athlete, won medals in the triple jump, long jump, high jump and the 400 metres. Timon Emanuel dominated the 400 metres Under-18; Kadeem Carr and Chazeal Greene took first and second in the shot put Under-18 boys; Harlan James took second in the high jump; and Kyle Browne took gold in the javelin Under-20 boys and silver in the Under-20 long jump.
(More in today’s Daily Observer)

The trophies amassed by CHSS on the weekend in Schools Theatre Festival and the Coca Cola National Inter-Schools Track & Fields Championships. (Photos courtesy CHSS Facebook page)

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