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INTERCOL CHAMPS 2017 Featured

  • Written by  The Grenada Informer
INTERCOL CHAMPS 2017

A gritty and determined performance by the Grenada Boys Secondary School pulled the Tanteen institution back from a significant deficit at the beginning of the final to claim victory in the 2017 Intercol track and field championships.

While the otherTanteen school Anglican High School stamped their authority from the start and victory was all but assured for a 4th consecutive year, GBSS had to grit their teeth and dig deep to overcome powerfularch rivals and last year’s champions the St. Andrew’s Anglican Secondary School, (SAASS) in the closing stages to clinch the victory by 18.5 points.

Final scores, (first three places); GBSS, 472; SAASS, 453.5; Bishops College, 210. In the Girls division, Anglican High School, 374.5; St. Joseph Convent, St. Andrew, 316.5 and St. David’s Catholic Secondary, 253.5. 

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