Immaculate's Head Coach Teddy Hayles left nothing to chance with the strategic placing of a team with depth to better last years points total of 519. This was also evident in the team's relay performances at the meet.
Zaneta Alvaranga returning from injury, made light work of rivals in her maximum five events allowed, achiveing four individual records before joining her Immaculate teammates in the girls' 13-14 200m medley relay for her fifth record.
Alvaranga's first record came in the 50m freestyle in the morning session when she sped to 27.17, lowering the 27.64 she set at last year's event. Alvaranga was also the high-point winner for the 13-14 age group amassing a total of 36 points.
The girls from Constant Spring were full of talent and point scores from start to finish with Christanya Shirley (34), Brianna Anderson (32), Saidah Brown (30), Zaydia Davis (27) Amore Hunter (26), Sage Sinclair and Karci Gibson, with 22 points each, being just a few of those that ensured their team stayed atop the podium.
12 and Under Girls – Christanya Shirley of Immaculate Conception High 34 points
13-14 Girls – Zaneta Alvaranga of Immaculate Conception High 36 points
-extract from Jamaica Observer