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Kingston College, Hydel High lead Champs 2023 points standing – Day 3

Kingston College (KC) and Hydel High are the leaders at the 2023 Boys' and Girls' Champs after the third day of competition closed out on March 30.

Racquel Smith

Natassia Fletcher of Hydel wins the class 3 girls 400m final in 53.94
Natassia Fletcher of Hydel wins the class 3 girls 400m final in 53.94

KINGSTON, Jamaica (March 31) – The excitement at the Jamaica Boys’ and Girls’ High School Championships, also known as Champs 2023, reached new heights on Thursday night (30) at the National Stadium in Kingston. The championships saw intense competition between high school teams vying for the top spot in the point standings.

Who Leads The Girls Champs 2023 Points Standings? – Team Rankings

After 16 scored events, Hydel High has taken over as the new leader in the Girls’ Team Rankings with a score of 98 points after some big performances on the third day of competition on Thursday. The Corey Bennett coached team is followed closely by defending champion Edwin Allen High, which sits second with 97 points.

Holmwood Technical ended Day 3 sitting in the third spot with a score of 73.50, while St. Jago High and Immaculate Conception rounded out the top five with scores of 60 and 44, respectively. Read more: Record Run: Bouwahjgie Nkrumie runs 9.99secs at Champs 2023; Alana Reid goes 10.92secs

The Boys Champs 2023 Leaders Are? Team Rankings

Defending champion Kingston College took the lead in the Boys’ Team Rankings after tallying a score of 124 after 15 finals at the end of competition on Day 3 on Thursday night. KC, which also had a strong third day, holds a three point lead over Jamaica College (JC) following closely behind with 121 points.

Meanwhile, Calabar High ended the day’s action in third place with a score of 70, followed by St. Elizabeth Technical (STETHS) and St. Jago High rounding out the top five with scores of 41 and 32, respectively.

Other Team Rankings At 2023 Champs

Other high schools also had a strong showing on Day 3 of the championships are Maggotty High, for instance, which closed out the day with 26 points in the Boys’ Team Rankings. In the Girls’ Team Rankings, St. Catherine High and Alphansus Davis High scored 38 and 22 points, respectively.

Champs 2023 will continue until Friday, March 31, with fans eagerly anticipating which high school team will come out on top.

Boys’ and Girls’ High School – Champs 2023 Points Standings

Women – Team Rankings – 16 Events Scored

  1. Hydel High – 98
  2. Edwin Allen High – 97
  3. Holmwood Technical – 73.50
  4. St. Jago High – 60
  5. Immaculate Conception – 44
  6. St. Catherine High – 38
  7. Alphansus Davis High – 22
  8. Wolmer’s Girls School – 21
  9. St. Mary High – 16
    Excelsior High – 16
  10. Rhodes Hall High – 12
    Camperdown High – 12
  11. Holy Childhood High – 11
  12. Vere Technical – 9.50
  13. Mount Alvernia High – 9
    Clarendon College – 9
  14. Petersfield High – 7
    Lacovia High – 7
  15. William Knibb Memorial – 6
  16. Ferncourt High – 5
    Merl Grove High – 5
    Manchester High – 5
  17. Mannings High – 3
  18. Happy Grove High – 2
  19. Bridgeport High – 1
    St. Elizabeth Technical – 1
    Muschett High – 1

Men – Team Rankings – 15 Events Scored

  1. Kingston College – 124
  2. Jamaica College – 121
  3. Calabar High – 70
  4. St. Elizabeth Technical – 41
  5. St. Jago High – 32
  6. Maggotty High – 26
  7. Edwin Allen High – 24
  8. Cornwall College – 14
  9. Petersfield High – 12
    Herbert Morrison Technical – 12
  10. Excelsior High – 10
  11. Munro College – 8
  12. Clarendon College – 7
    B.B. Coke High – 6
    Happy Grove High – 6
    Bellefield High – 6
    Wolmer’s Boys School – 6
  13. St. Mary High – 5
  14. Denbigh High – 4
    St. Catherine High – 4
    Hydel High – 4
    Muschett High – 4
    William Knibb Memorial – 4
  15. Manchester High – 3
    Titchfield High – 3
  16. St. George’s College – 2
    St. Andrew Technical – 2
    St. Mary Technical – 2
  17. Alphansus Davis High – 1
    Camperdown High – 1

About The Author

Racquel Smith

Racquel Smith joined World-Track and Field Website in 2008 as a contributor for the Beijing Olympic Games and she has grown with us ever since. Despite being a mother of two, Racquel has been one of our main go-to writers from Caribbean meetings.

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