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Boys’ and Girls’ Champs 2023 Points Standings after Day 4

Bouwahjgie Nkrumie of Kingston College breaks Champs 100m record

KINGSTON, Jamaica (April 1) – The Jamaica High School Boys’ and Girls’ Championships, popularly known as Champs 2023, is heading into its final day of action, with Kingston College (KC) and Edwin Allen High leading the charge. Defending champions, KC are currently leading the boys’ standings with 190 points after 21 scored events, while Edwin Allen High is at the top of the girls’ standings with 147 points after 23 events scored.

Hydel High is currently in second place in the girls’ team rankings with 139.50 points, while Holmwood Technical is following in third with 99 points. St. Jago High and Immaculate Conception round out the top five schools with 89 and 48 points, respectively. – Read More: Cedricka Williams dominates in discus at Champs with record throw of 57.84m

On the boys’ side, KC has a 30-point lead over rival Jamaica College (JC), which ended Day 4 with 160 points. Calabar High follows in third place with 95 points, while St. Elizabeth Technical (STETHS) is in fourth with 54 points. St. Jago High, Excelsior High, and Edwin Allen High among the teams in the top 10.

The five-day event has seen some impressive performances from several young athletes across Jamaica. The competition, which started on March 28, has featured various events, including sprints, hurdles, relays, and field events, while a number of records have been broken, including the first sub-10 and sub-11 seconds 100m performances.

With the final day of competition set to begin on Saturday, all eyes will be on KC and Edwin Allen High to see if they can maintain their positions at the top of the standings. However, with Hydel High and JC hot on their heels, the competition is sure to be intense at Champs 2023!

As the championships draw to a close, it is clear that the future of Jamaican athletics is bright, with many promising young athletes showing encouraging form at this year’s event.

Boys’ and Girls’ Champs 2023 Points Standings – Day 4

Girls Champs 2023 Points Standings
23 Events Scored

  1. Edwin Allen High – 147
  2. Hydel High – 139.50
  3. Holmwood Technical – 99
  4. St. Jago High – 89
  5. Immaculate Conception – 48
  6. St. Catherine High – 47
  7. Excelsior High – 36.50
  8. Wolmer’s Girls School – 36
  9. St. Elizabeth Technical – 25.50
  10. Alphansus Davis High – 22
  11. St. Mary High – 20.50
  12. Vere Technical – 20.50
  13. Clarendon College – 18
  14. Rhodes Hall High – 12
  15. Camperdown High – 12
  16. Holy Childhood High – 11
  17. Mount Alvernia High – 9
  18. Manchester High – 9
  19. Lacovia High – 7
  20. Campion College – 7
  21. Petersfield High – 7
  22. William Knibb Memorial – 6
  23. Merl Grove High – 5
  24. Ferncourt High – 5
  25. Mannings High – 3
  26. Happy Grove High – 2
  27. Clan Carthy High – 2
  28. Denbigh High – 1
  29. Bridgeport High – 1
  30. Muschett High – 1
  31. The Queen’s School – 0.50

Boys Champs 2023 Points Standings
21 Events Scored

  1. Kingston College – 190
  2. Jamaica College – 160
  3. Calabar High – 95
  4. St. Elizabeth Technical – 54
  5. St. Jago High – 37
  6. Excelsior High – 34
  7. Edwin Allen High – 34
  8. Maggotty High – 26
  9. Wolmer’s Boys School – 21
  10. Cornwall College – 20
  11. Herbert Morrison Technical – 16
  12. Petersfield High – 12
  13. Munro College – 8
  14. B.B. Coke High – 8
  15. Clarendon College – 7
  16. Bellefield High – 7
  17. Happy Grove High – 6
  18. St. Catherine High – 5
  19. St. Mary High – 5
  20. Campion College – 5
  21. Hydel High – 4
  22. William Knibb Memorial – 4
  23. Muschett High – 4
  24. Denbigh High – 4
  25. Charlemont High – 3
  26. Titchfield High – 3
  27. Manchester High – 3
  28. St. Andrew Technical – 2
  29. St. Mary Technical – 2
  30. Mona High – 2
  31. St. George’s College – 2
  32. Alphansus Davis High – 1
Susan Moore

Susan Moore

Susan has been with World-Track since 2004 and continues to play a big part in our growth. She was never a runner, but loves the sport and encouraged all her children to do track. She is a former Examiner reporter and also wrote for several other publications, including ICC and VS Sports.View Author posts