My little cousin crushed them at the 400...and he want to play cricket and swim lol Victor Ludorum winner.http://www.trinidadexpress.com/sports/Boisson_leads_PoS_to__Primary__track_title-156571055.htmlBoisson
leads PoS to 'Primary' track title
Story Created: Jun 2, 2012 at 12:03 AM ECT
Story Updated: Jun 2, 2012 at 12:03 AM ECT
Port of Spain emerged champion district in the Atlantic National Primary Schools' Track and Field Championship on Thursday, edging out Tobago for the honour at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain.Port of Spain owe much to Under-13 Boys star Akil Boisson
, who was also Victor Ludorum. Dominic Alfred also topped the Under-11 Boys to help Port of Spain take the narrow victory with a total of 414 points.
Tobago finished second, 19 points behind with 395, while Caroni emerged a distant third with 349 points.
St George East (317) were fourth and St Patrick (298.5) rounded out the top five. Sixth to eighth were North East (273.5), Victoria (217) and South East (160).Boisson sewed up the Victor Ludorum title with 22 points, just ahead of fellow Under-13 sprinter Adel Cothrust (Victoria) and Dominic Alfred (Port of Spain), who tied for second with 20.
Samuel Toney was also impressive for Tobago in the 13-15 Boys Division, but finished in a five-way tied for fourth (18 points).
Among the Under-13 boys Boisson
led Port of Spain to victory in the 4x100m relay and 400m events and finished third in the 100m and 200m sprints. Both those races were won by Adel Colthrust of Victoria.
Alfred was the pick of the Under-11 Boys, while Triston Stafford (St George East) was best Under-9 boy.
Among the girls, 13-15 Division sprinter Aquila St Louis (St George East) impressed with 30 points. St Louis prevailed, not only in the 13-15 Girls sprint events in her category, taking both the 100m and 200m events, but in the field as well, where she triumphed in the high jump.
She beat back the pair of Patrice Richards (Caroni) and Schrese Trim (Tobago) overall, as they were joint second with 26 points.
Joint fourth among the girls were Kerneka Waldron (St George East) and Sydney Hayde (North East), both with 22 points.
Hayde was the best athlete among the Under-9 girls, while Richards took the Under-11 Girls title. And Trim was the best of the Under-13 Girls competitors.
1. Port of Spain – 414; 2. Tobago – 395; 3. Caroni – 349; 4. St George East – 317; 5. St Patrick – 298.5; 6. North East – 273.5; 7. Victoria – 217; 8. South East – 160Victor Ludorum
1. Akil Boisson (Port of Spain) – 22 points;
2. Adel Colthrust (Victoria), Dominic Alfred (Port of Spain) – 20; 4. Samuel Toney (Tobago), Triston Stafford (St George East), Anson Moses (Tobago), Avindale Smith (St George East), Jaramali Miller – 18
1. Aquila St Louis (St George East) – 30; 2. Patrice Richards (Caroni), Schrese Trim (Tobago) – 26; 4. Kerneka Waldron (St George East), Sydney Hayde (North East) – 22
U-9: 1. Sydney Hayde (North East) – 22; 2. Maria La Foucade (South East) – 19, Natasha Fox (St Patrick) – 18
U-11: Patrice Richards (Caroni) – 26, Twanna Homeward (North East) – 16, Rae Ann Serville (POS) – (15)
U-13: Schrese Trim (Tobago) – 26; Kerneka Waldron (St George East) – 22; Tiffany Watson (St Patrick), Jenea Spinks (Caroni) – 20
13-15: 1. Aquila St Louis (St George East) – 30; 2. Kershel McIntyre (POS) – 18; 3. Carmelita Phillips (North East), Amirah John (Tobago), Amari Smith (North East) – 16.
U-9: 1. Triston Stafford (St George East) – 18; 2. Jaylon Hyson (St Patrick) 16; 3. Ajay Ramoutar (South East), Jarvon Westfield (POS) – 10.
U-11: 1. Dominic Alfred (POS) – 20; 2. Avindale Smith (St George East) – 18; 3. Terrell Brown (Caroni) – 14.
U-13: 1. Akil Boisson (POS) 22; 2. Adel Colthrust (Victoria) 20; 3. Anson Moses (Tobago) 18.
13-15: 1. Samuel Toney (Tobago), Jaramali Miller (Tobago) – 18; 3 Garnet Antoine (Caroni) – 16.