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Creque, Warner double up in HLSCC-Highland Spring Race Series

Khiry Creque (left) shaved a whole minute off his race one time and appears to be eyeing the Paraquita Bay course fifteen year record of 10 minutes 45.30 seconds. Fifteen year old Lakeisha Warner also improved on her time. With her two wins she is now very close to securing the overall female championship crown and becoming the youngest overall champion in the history of the series. Photos: VINO/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Leading over 200 Runners, Khiry Creque and Lakeisha Warner made it two wins from two following race two of the Tortola leg of the H. Lavity Stoutt Community College/Highland Spring Race Series on Saturday, September 29, 2012.

Creque, clocking a time of 11 minutes 24.03 seconds, shaved a whole minute off his race one time and appears to be eyeing the Paraquita Bay course fifteen-year record of 10 minutes 45.30 seconds, set by Lyndell Roberts (November 20, 1997). Shaquoy Stevens remains on his heels, while past overall male champion Raheem Taylor entered the competition to finish in third place.

Fifteen year old Lakeisha Warner also improved on her time. With her two wins she is now very close to securing the overall female championship crown and becoming the youngest overall champion in the history of the series. She continues to be followed by team mates Tarika Moses and Nialya Smith, the 2nd and 3rd place finishers respectively.

In the one mile and the cross country arenas, standings have certainly been stirred up. Young Luka Chalwell overtook race one winner M’Khori Crabbe for the win this weekend while Ariyah Smith, who was second to Vallesha Guishard in race one, took the win this week with Guishard settling for second place.

In the Service Club category, the third place finish of Team Rotaract has allowed Team Rotary of Tortola to now take over the lead by one position point. One position point also separates Rotaract and Team Rotary of Road Town, who is currently third. Team Althea Scatliffe’s victory has tied them with Team Willard Wheatley for the lead and similarly Team Cedar Parents/Teacher is tied with Team HLSCC due to their victory in the Community Partners category. In the Secondary division there is still only team Cedar continuously led by Jude Kinkead, who was joined this week by Kai Chalwell.

In the Wheelchair division, Joel Jean-Baptiste slashed 2 minutes off of his race one time as he continues to get to know the course better and develop his riding skills.

The 17th year of the HLSCC-Highland Spring Race Series continues this Saturday with Race two in Virgin Gorda. Registration will begin at 6:30 A.M. at the College’s Virgin Gorda Centre with race start time set at 7 A.M.

Final Results

One Mile (Under 9), Boys: 1. Luka Chalwell, 7:13.04. 2. M’Khori Crabbe, 7:33.06. 3. Zach Jackson, 7:51.30. 4. Kendi Brewley, 8:02.32. 5. Javin Wattley, 8:15.02. 6. Yahimbe Semper, 8:29.38. 7. Jim Cullimore Jr, 8:49:16. 8. Carlyiek Benjamin, 8:52:33. 9. J’Khoy Frett, 8:57:85. 10. *Teshawn Jones, 9:01.54. 11. Khybah Dawson, 9:24:51. 12. Bradford Green, 9:59.22. 13. Travis Forbes, 10:56.56. 14. Seon Lettsome, 11:11:64. 15. Deandre Baijnauth, 13:10.32. 16. *Teshawn Jones, 13:13.47. 17. Courtney Palmer, 13:34.35. 18. Josiah Morris, 15:29.42. 19. Apollo Henry, 25:42.

Girls: 1. Ariyah Smith, 8:24. 2. Vallesha Guishard, 8:42.91. 3. *Kenyatta Grate. 4. Adaejah Hodge, 9:24.59. 5. Ikeyyah Taylor, 9:30.35. 6. Tierra Dasilva, 9:38.25. 7. Deonna Compbell, 10:00.28. 8. Gabrielle Jermyn, 10:02.04. 9. Tenisha Herbert, 10:16.07. 10. Abriel Magloire, 10:29.29. 11. Ziondi Todman, 10:37.60. 12. Kelly Smith, 10:37.60. 13. Kendise Brewley, 11:24.74. 14. Jahnear Frett, 11:29.49. 15. Jonique Smith, 11:50.82. 16. Tiya Herbert, 13:17.32.

Two Mile, Men: 1. Khiry Creque, 11:24.03. 2. Shaquoy Stephens, 12:16.91. 3. Raheem Taylor, 12:26.38. 4. Deshawn Douglas, 12:27.91. 5. Ravindra Sukhu, 12:33.41. 6. Ronique Todman, 12:49.50. 7. Zebalon McClean 13:27.56. 8. Joseph Smith, 13:31.60. 9. Jelani Norman, 13:41.97. 10. Royce David, 14:13.53. 11. Dekembe Parsons, 14:14.25. 12. #394, 14:42.10. 13. Chris Conway, 14:56.00. 14. Dimari Thomas, 14:58.94. 15. Alliston Blyden, 15:06.20. 16. Ebenezer Joseph, 15:14.56. 17. Dexter Fortune, 15:51.32. 18. Mark Kendall, 15:58.22. 19. Joshua Hill, 16:00.82. 20. Alec Chalwell, 16:03.60. 21. Jude Noel, 16:07.12. 22. Demitri Browne, 16:25.76. 23. K’Cei Moses, 16:38.22. 24. Brian Liverpool Jr., 17:21.03. 25. Rasheem Taylor, 17:23.22. 26. Alric Smith, 17:30.75. 27. Howard Moore, 17:33.12. 28. Patrick Thompson, 17:37.66. 29. Elvet Dore, 18:09.91. 30. Lester Mercer, 18:11.50. 31. Jim Cullimore, 18:36.12. 32. Trent Herbert, 18:49.97. 33. Noel Jardine, 18:55.56. 34. Stephen Beard, 19:21.91. 35. Kwele Williams, 19:38.53. 36. Pedro Garcia, 20:10.06. 37. Heshon Charles, 20:20.69. 38. Ryan Chalwell, 21:14.82. 39. Steve Augustine, 21:18.50. 40. Kenroy Hazell, 22:29.63. 41. Dion Crabbe, 22:31.16. 42. Khalil Pickering, 22:40.06. 43. Gerald Rose, 23:25.85. 44. Joe Standish, 24:27.47. 45. Alcedo Fahie, 24:42.47. 46. Devonte Prentice, 27:46.88. 47. Sam Welch, 29:24.41. 48. Ne’Kai Callwood, 36:07.50.

Two Mile Wheelchair: 1. Joel Jn Baptise, 20:32.00.

Two Mile, Women: 1. Lakeisha Warner, 13:39.25. 2. Tarika Moses, 13:49.97. 3. Niayla Smith, 14:22.50. 4. #394, 14:42.10. 5. Taylor Hill, 14:58.32. 6. L’T’Sha Fahie, 15:19.12. 7. Philomena Robertson, 15:26.32. 8. Kelsha Fortune, 15:32.00. 9. Arianna Hayde, 16:01.19. 10. J’Nae Wong, 16:15.41. 11. Maureen Peters, 16:32.85. 12. Shamica Glasgow, 16:55.44. 13. Samantha Sukhu, 16:58.63. 14. Dje’Moyia Smith, 17:06.69. 15. Laura Dore, 17:17.03. 16. Deya Erickson, 17:46.79. 17. Zoe Bickerton, 17:51.53. 18. Judine Lacey, 18:21.12. 19. Beyonce DeFreitas, 18:35.60. 20. Zakharia Frett, 18:36.94. 21. Shaian Vandenburg, 18:55.92. 22. Mellissa Farrington, 18:56.08. 23. Barbara Pinnock-Smith, 19:51.19. 24. Celestine Salway, 20:01.12. 25. Ashley-Marie McCall, 20:30.76. 26. Tamika George, 20:42.00. 27. Richie Paul, 21:05.12. 28. Magdeline Barzey, 21:15.06. 29. Dawn Crabbe-Herbert, 21:18.12. 30. Trecia Maduro, 22:14.10. 31. Sandra Fahie, 22:20.69. 32. Rebecca Frett, 22:34.69. 33. Lynelle Gumbs, 22:40.06. 34. Ericca Frederick, 22:42.12. 35. Ella Christopher, 23:36.38. 36. Verlie Darroux, 24:06.03. 37. Debrah Henry, 24:21.22. 38. Jenifer Thomas, 24:25.55. 39. Yolandetha Todman, 24:54.66. 40. Rose Parke, 26:04.69. 41. Sally Maloney, 26:06.40. 42. Olivia Freeman, 26:17.06. 43.

Ashphil Robertson, 26:22.63. 44. Cassie McQueen, 26:33.22. 45. Deborah James, 27:50.16. 46. Liloutie Ramphar, 29:04.82. 47. Natalie Pickering, 29:29.97. 48. Cathrina Dawson, 30:09.38. 49. Natreece Peters, 31:18.19. 50. Glenda Callwood, 32:33.60. 51. Mia Forbes, 35:40.09. 52. Sandra McCall, 35:44.66. 53. Ayoka Greenaway, 38:17.56. 54. Tamara Hodge, NTR

Cross Country

Primary Schools Teams: Althea Scatliffe Primary (ASPS), Cedar School Primary (CS), Enis Adams (EAPS), Joyce Samuel Primary (JSPS), Willard Wheatley (WWPS): 1. Stephano Tasking (CS-1), 14:33.54. 2. Derek Pettigrew (CS-1), 14:36.40. 3. J’mori Jean-Jacques (ASPS-1), 14:59.06. 4. Keven Nisbett (WWPS-1), 15:51.12. 5. Troy Barzey (WWPS-1), 16:17.32. 6. Tallulah Kinkead (CS-1), 16:20.21. 7. Shaqueal Frett (WWPS-1), 16:23.25 8. Shamouri Robinson (ASPS-1), 17:54.00. 9. Shakhoy Smith (ASPS-2), 18:04.38. 10. Keon Frederick (ASPS-1), 18:05.34. 11. Anique Daniel (EAPS) 18:26.35. 12. Zara Brown (ASPS-1), 18:35.24. 13. Carnel Morton (ASPS-1) 18:39.40. 14. Azonia Hodge (ASPS-2), 18:41.12. 15. Shania Daigneault (WWPS-1), 18:47.04. 16. Jamal Lennard (WWPS-1), 19:42.92. 17. Cletus Bannis (JSPS), 19:43.50. 18. Shakquan King (ASPS-2), 19:44.25. 19. Real Fahie (JSPS), 19:59.28. 20. Shaqcoy Cheltenham (WWPS-1), 20:08.00. 21. Valliston Guishard (WWPS-2), 20:13.90. 22. Alisha Hayde (ASPS-1), 20:15.86. 23. Xiomara Malone (ASPS), 20:40.99. 24. Chela Mathavious (ASPS-2), 20:46.33. 25. Whitney Farrington (JSPS), 21:08.04. 26. Dominic Munro (CS-1), 21:46.32. 27. Naya Penn (EAPS), 22:27.74. 28. Lemar Jackson (WWPS-2), 22:31.25. 29. Reishar Fahie (WWPS), 22:56. 01. 30. Quadray Daniel, (WWPS-2), 22:57.84. 32. Natalie Fay (CS-2), 23:15.00. 32. Pippa Dabbs (CS-2), 23:09.60. 33. Xaria Penn (EAPS), 23:22.10. 34. Abby Kite (CS-1), 23:51.88. 35. Nicole Munro (CS-1), 24:21.35. 36. Sarah Kite (CS-2), 24:43.62. 37. Dexron Durant (JSPS), 24:50.86. 38. Teneisha Chalwell (JSPA), 25:12.03. 39. Liyah Homer (WWPS-1), 27:47.59. 40. Adrian Baijnath (WWPS-2), 28:28.42. 41. J’Khor Smith (WWPS-2), 31:38.84. 42. Tcoy Tyson (WWPS-2), 32:09.10. 43. Kymani Percival, (ASPS-2), 32:09.92. 44. John Pettigrew (CS-1), 34:41.81. 45. Amanda Debique (JSPS), 34:50.86. 46. Kerone Matthew (ASPS-2), 38:08.69.

Points: 1. Althea Scatliffe Primary Team 1, 46. 2. Willard Wheatley Team 1, 47 3. Cedar School Primary Team 1, 74. 4. Althea Scatliffe Primary Team 2, 84. 5. Willard Wheatley Team 2, 138 6. Joyce Samuel Primary, 151. 7. Enis Adams Primary, 84 (4 participants). 8. Cedar School Primary- Team 2, 117 (4 participants).

Secondary Schools Teams: Cedar School (CS), Elmore Stoutt High School (ESHS) (Lettsome (Le), Flemming (F), Carlisle (C)). 1. Jude Kinkead (CS), 14:49.86. 2. Kai Chalwell (CS), 17:46.21.

Points: By Teams/Houses: 1. Cedar School, 3 (2 participants)

Service Clubs: Rotaract Club (RC), Rotary of Road Town (RR), Rotary Sunrise of Road Town (RS), Rotary of Tortola, (RT) 1. Julien Johnson (RT), 16:00.35. 2. Marvin Flax (RS), 16:23.54. 3. Warren Wintz (RT), 17:03.32. 4. Henry Creque (RT), 18:06.51. 5. Jawaan Riley (RC), 18:14.18. 6. Audley Maduro (RT), 18:25.25. 7. Elvis Harrigan (RD), 18:33.09. 8. Ryan Geluk (RD), 18:50.29. 9. Lorna Smith (RT), 18:56.40. 10. Akeem Robinson (RC), 19:16.54. 11. Dennis Jennings (RD), 20:03.30. 12. Charles Craine (RD), 20:20.44. 13. Monique Peters (RS), 21:01.21. 14. Leon Hazel, (RC), 22:05.75. 15. John Shirley (RT), 22:29.74. 16. Atonio Maynard (RC), 24:43.30. 17. Geraldine Ritter-Freeman (RT), 25:52.23. 18. Delma Maduro (RT), 26:37.59. 19. Nagy Darwish (RS), 26:49.76. 20. Robin Tattersall (RT), 27:08.35. 21. Jenuel McSheene (RC), 29:20.85. 22. Archibald Christian (RT), 29:21.39. 23.

Richards Parsons (RT), 31:32.42. 24. Lavina Liburd (RD), 31:33.31. 25. Shanice Lettsome (RC), 32:16.01.

Points: 1. Rotary of Tortola, 23. 2. Rotary of Road Town, 56. 3. Rotaract, 61. 4. Rotary Sunrise of Road Town, 31.

Community Partners: Cedar School Parents/Teachers CSPT), First Impressions Parents (FIP), H. Lavity Stoutt Community College (HLSCC), Century House Montessori School Parents/Teachers MSPT): 1. Brian Jermyn (CSPS), 14:42.62. 2. Dave Pettigrew (CSPS), 15:50.10. 3. Marie-Lou Creque (FIP), 19:43.14. 4. Anna Kinkead (CSPT), 19:49.01. 5. Shonda Alfred (FIP), 20:53.50. 6. Sophie Dabbs (CSPT), 23:17.40. 7. Rachel Munro (CSPT), 23:48.73. 8. Elizabeth Burrati-Clifton (MSPT), 23:49.24. 9. Rowan Martin Jr. (HLSCC), 26:10.04. 10. Dione Boreland-Fearon (FIP), 26:36.07. 11. Paul George (HLSCC), 27:13.53. 12. Whitney George (HLSCC), 32:17.14. 13. Janet Cupid-Stoutt (HLSCC), 33:12. 86. 14. Elenore Rowland-George (HLSCC), 34:05.04.

Points: 1. Cedar School Parents/Teachers, 20 (3 participants). 2. HLSCC, 59 3. First Impressions Parents, 18 (3 participants). 4. Century House Montessori Parents/Teachers, 8 (1 participant).

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