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The last in the series of five interscholastic cross country meets was held on Saturday, November 11 on the UVI campus. Trophies were awarded to first through sixth place in three divisions, elementary one mile, junior varsity two mile, and varsity three mile.
Results were as follows:
Elementary Boys
1. Christopher Peters, Calvary, 50 points
2. Fitzroy Dunrod, Lockhart, 30 points
3. Garvey Thomas, Lockhart, 20 points
4. JanCarlos Felix, Lockhart, 19 points
5. Jerell Mason, Calvary, 15 points
6. Kyron Correa, Lockhart, 9 points
Elementary Girls
1. Kira Gumbs, Lockhart, 50 points
2. Christine Peters, Calvary, 32 points
3. Jada Hazel, Calvary, 18 points
4. Raquiima Doway, Lockhart, 16 points
5. Shenise Edwards, Lockhart, 12 points
6. LaToya Wiltshire, Calvary, 12 points
Junior Varsity Boys
1. Jevon Lake, Cancryn, 40 points
2. Myron Royer, Wesleyan, 40 points
3. McCordie Prentice, Cancryn, 24 points
4. Matthew Driscoll, Antilles, 22 points
5. Dwayne Allen, CAHS-JV, 16 points
6. Paul Remy, Cancryn, 7 points
Junior Varsity Girls
1. Charley Charles, Cancryn, 50 points
2. Patrice Remy, CAHS-JV, 32 points
3. Kimmieur Bryan, CAHS-JV, 24 points
4. Gail Maduro, Cancryn, 12 points
5. Jacqueline Parsons, CAHS-JV, 10 points
6. Crystal Joseph, Cancryn, 8 points
Varsity Boys
1. David Alexander, CAHS, 34 points
2. Naheem Mason, IEK, 28 points
3. Albert Charles, CAHS, 28 points
4. Corey Soper, Antilles, 24 points
5. Truman Celestine, IEK, 12 points
6. Marieni DeJesus, CAHS, 11 points
Varsity Girls
1. Kady Joseph, CAHS, 50 points
2. Rebecca Rusham, Antilles, 24 points
3. Christine Driscoll, Antilles, 22 points
4. Jahima Parsons, CAHS, 18 points
5. Dion Corsitia, Antilles, 12 points
6. Claudina Bryan, CAHS, 4 points

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