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McMaster 3rd @ NACAC Age Group Championships in T&T

Akeela McMaster finished with 2660 points for third overall in the 11-12 age group Girls Pentathlon at the NACAC Age Group Championships in Trinidad and Tobago this weekend, June 17-18, 2017. Photo: Provided
Proud podium moment: Akeela McMaster (right) during the presentation ceremony. Photo: Provided
Proud podium moment: Akeela McMaster (right) during the presentation ceremony. Photo: Provided
The Virgin Islands' NACAC 11-12 and 13-14 years age group athletes who competed at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Trinidad on June 17-18, 2017. Photo: BVIAA/Facebook
The Virgin Islands' NACAC 11-12 and 13-14 years age group athletes who competed at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Trinidad on June 17-18, 2017. Photo: BVIAA/Facebook
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- The Virgin Islands showing at the NACAC Age Group Championships in Trinidad and Tobago this weekend, June 17-18, 2017 was highlighted by a 3rd place finish in the 11-12 age group category by Akeela McMaster.

McMaster finished the Pentathlon at the Hasely Crawford Stadium with 2660 points for third overall while team mate Anaya Findlay accumulated 2520 points for 7th place overall.

The 11-12 team of McMaster and Findlay finished 3rd overall also.

In the Boys 11-12 Pentathlon, Delano Hodge was 21st overall with 2419 points while K’Shawn Martin was 24th with 2347 points.

In the Girls 13-14 Heptathlon, Ariyah Smith accumulated 3282 points for 22nd overall while Azariah Christopher finished with 3109 points for 27th overall.

In the Boys 13-14 Category, Jaleel Croal was 8th overall with 4581 points while Malaki A. Smith was 13th overall with 4456 points.

The Virgin Islands were 6th Overall, placing 6th in the combined Girls category and 6th in the combined Boys category.

Hosts Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados and Jamaica were the top three overall finishers respectively.

The Virgin Islands team returns today, June 19, 2017.

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