Argent takes under-13 title
More than 300 runners participated in the Bermuda School Sports Federation Cross-Country Championships at the Arboretum yesterday.
Adriana Argent, the Warwick Academy student, pulled away on the final lap to win the under-13 girls’ division in a time of 13min 29ec. Daria Desmond, her team-mate, finished second in 13:42 and Myeisha Sharrieff, of Somersfield Academy, came third in 13:46. Warwick Academy comfortably won the division with 41 points.
Jake Brislane, of Saltus, won the under-13 boys’ race ahead of team-mate Oslo Adamson with a time of 11.52.
Adamson finished 16 seconds behind in 12:08. Tajai Goater, of Warwick, came third in 12.42. Saltus won the category with 29 points.
Taylor White, of Warwick, won the over-13 girls’ title in 13:43, with Somersfield’s Zoe Hasselkus second in 14:00 and Emily Cabral in 14:15. BHS claimed the team title with 39 points.
Kahzi Sealey led Whitney Institute to the over 13 boys’ title, winning the race in a time of 11:34. Saltus’ Tommy Marshall finished second in 11:40 followed by team-mates Jared Lines.
Whitney won the team title with 34 points.
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