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Potgieter, Cedar & Rotary Tortola sew up HLSCC Race Series

- Guy Williamson wins race 3
Former Olympian Steve Augustine duels with Mr Henry Creque (left) in the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series meet on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
An athlete about to complete the 2-mile race. Photo: VINO
An athlete about to complete the 2-mile race. Photo: VINO
Juliane Potgieter clocked 14 minutes 05.43 seconds to win the women's race in Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola to claim the overall title on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO/File
Juliane Potgieter clocked 14 minutes 05.43 seconds to win the women's race in Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola to claim the overall title on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO/File
Winners row! Guy Wiilliamson is flanked by Tarique Moses (left) and Reuben Stoby. Photo: VINO
Winners row! Guy Wiilliamson is flanked by Tarique Moses (left) and Reuben Stoby. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola on October 26, 2013. Photo: VINO
PARAQUITA BAY, Tortola, VI - Juliane Potgieter clocked 14 minutes 05.43 seconds to cross the finish line first for ladies in Race 3 of the HLSCC/Highland Spring Race Series on Tortola to claim the overall title on October 26, 2013.

Potgieter has won all three of her races so far and with only one more to go, she cannot be surpassed as the overall women's champion.

Meanwhile, Team Cedar Secondary and the longest consecutive winning service club- Team Rotary of Tortola have secured the overall wins in their respective divisions.

Counting three out of four races, the men's overall winner will have to be decided at race #4 as defending Champion, Khiry Creque (leader after two races) was unable to compete this past weekend. Guy Williamson on the other hand leading the way in race #3 in a time of 11 minutes 33.12 now has two second places and a win and the needed three runs under his belt.

Williamson, Tarique Moses and Reuben Stoby made up the early breakaway bunch and remained together until on the home straight where Williamson (11:33.12) proved to have the better kick over Moses (11:35.00) and Stoby (11:43.11).

Potgieter won the women's race in 13:65.43. Second was Kelsha Fortune in 15:09.33 and third Anna Kinkead in 15:36.28. 

Many of the other divisions are undecided including the One Mile event. Race #2 winner Johari Lacey, after an unfortunate fall at the start, was still able to recover and cross the line third behind Sam Potgieter and M’Khori Crabbe.

Meanwhile A’Keela McMaster took another first with Jahtivya Willams placing second. It will be a battle for the win amongst these three males and two females in the final race.

Derek Pettigrew, who continues as the lead runner for the entire cross country division along with Team Cedar Primary, took the first in race #3 as the leader Althea Scatliffe Primary Team-2 did not field a full team. While Althea Scatliffe Primary Team-2 has the upperhand, the overall position in this division could be up for grabs. Similarly race #4 will decide it all in the Community Partners division as each week the lead has changed hands.

The final HLSCC Highland Spring Race on Tortola is scheduled in three weeks on November 16, 2013. This leg of the series will conclude with the awards ceremony. The college continues to thank all who come out and participate in the races and a special thanks for this weekend’s added support to the BVI Cancer Society and the BVI Olympic Committee.

Final Results

One Mile (Under 9), Boys: 1. Sam Potgieter, 7 minutes 59.33 seconds. 2. M’Khori Crabbe, 8:10.30. 3. Johari Lacey, 8:19.92. 4. Izaiah Frett, 8:21.52. 5.Sean Munro, 9:37.68. 6. Khalell Roach-Penn, 9:48.22. 7. Sebastian Esser, 10:10.11. 8. Alastair Munro, 10:15.81. 9. Rhonni Skelton, 10:53.03. 10.Charlie Potgieter, 11:01.05. 11. Kavaughn Wheatley, 11:57.60. Girls: 1. A’Keela McMaster, 7:47.89. 2. Jahtivya Williams, 8:34.15. 3. A’sia McMaster, 9:15.70. 4. Ikeyyah Taylor, 9:23.85. 5. Cheyanne Castello, 10:00.95. 6. Lorelei Esser, 12:32.55. 7. Amia Wheatley, 13:51.24. 8. Jasmine Santos , 14:06.21. 9. Florence Ormond, 14:08.49. 10. Taryn Augustine, 14:47.10. Final Results Two Mile,

Men: 1. Guy Williamson, 11:33.12. 2. Tarique Moses, 11:35.01. 3. Reuben Stoby, 11:43.11. 4. Zebalon McClean, 12:56.67. 5. David Kinkead, 13:06.94. 6. Joash Victor, 13:18.52. 7. Samuel Romney, 13:19.91. 8. Shawn Reardon, 13:44.42. 9. Michael Killourhy, 13:45.15. 10. Demoii Dagou, 14:41.22. 11. Shane Donovan, 14:52.15. 12. Julius Farley, 14:59.62. 13. Gareth Watkins, 15:00.12. 14. J’Quann Smith, 15:11.16. 15. Dexter Fortune, 15:40.02. 16. Joseph Dagou, 15:57.52. 17. Alric Smith, 16:20.44. 18. Wanyae Belle, 16:28.04. 19. Kendi Brewley, 16:51.00. 20. Ben Bourdeaux, 17:13.92. 21. Khalil Pickering, 17:18.99. 22. Howard Moore, 17:22.53. 23. Steve Augustine, 17:45. 94. 24. Elvet Dore, 18:12.16. 25. Malique Wattley, 18:12.84. 26. Jim Cullimore, 18:51.06. 27. Leshaun Lindo, 19:08.42. 28. Ephraim Penn, 19:11.06. 29. Stephen Beard, 19:13.44. 30. Jaden Augustine, 19:21.29. 31. Diamante Gumbs, 19:21.29. 32. Ryhel Kelly, 20:19.46. 33. William Kinkead, 21:57.71. 34. Devanio Wheatley, 22:08.46. 35. Djimon Gumbs, 22:10.19. 36. Dion Crabbe, 22:26.74. 37. Tyrone Varlack, 22:32.61. 38. Rashead Taylor, 23:00.15. 39. Brodrick Penn, 23:56.18. 41. Laurens Blok, 28:08.49.

Two Mile,Women: 1. Juliane Potgieter, 14:05.43. 2. Kelsha Fortune, 15:09.33. 3. Anna Kinkead, 15:36.28. 4. Britany Leonard, 15:37.14. 5. Maureen Peters, 15:47.78. 6. Rosmond Johnson, 16:17.16. 7. Philomena Robertson, 16:18.15. 8. Samantha Sukhu, 16:22.53. 9. Thalia Myers, 17:01.82. 10. Richie Paul, 17:49.22. 11. Debra Dagou, 17:54.34. 12. Laura Dore, 17:57.13. 13. Roslyn Gilbert, 18:04.22. 14. Barbara Pinnock-Smith, 18:08.45. 15. Charlotte Brigden, 18:20.55. 16. Magdalene Barzey, 19:24.15. 17. Celestine Salway, 20:08.58. 18. Sharonda Pickering, 21:18.53. 19. Shirley Liburd, 21:19.31. 20. Clair Burke, 21:27.73. 21. Kardeisha Auguiste, 22:13.44. 22. Kytwanna Auguiste, 22:20.59. 23. Maria Patterson, 22:47.68. 24. Olivia Freeman, 23:00.15. 25. Orlandette Crabbe, 23:01.16. 26. Lynelle Gumbs, 23:24.74. 27. Asphil Robertson, 23:56.187. 28. Sophie Dabbs, 24:07.92. 29. Maureen Percival, 24:50.16. 30. Jenifer Thomas, 24:58.92. 31. Rose Parke, 25:08.63. 32. Sally Maloney, 25:09.14. 33. Jo-anne France, 27:45.15. 34. Jennifer Victor, 28:06.59. 35. Marian Blok, 28:07.22. 36. Deborah James, 28.53.93.

Cross Country Primary Schools Teams: Alexandrina Maduro (AMPS), Althea Scatliffe Primary (ASPS), Cedar School Primary (CS), Francis Lettsome Primary (FLPS), Joyce Samuel Primary (JSPS), Willard Wheatley (WWPS): 1. Derek Pettigrew (CS), 13:19.68. 2. Alisha Hayde (ASPS-2), 15:15.29. 3. Xaria Penn (ASPS-2), 16:46.70. 4. Malike Romney (AMPS), 16:46.73. 5. Ariyah Smith (ASPS-2), 18:44.10. 6. Xiomora Malone (ASPS-2), 19:26.32. 7. Alejandro Santos (CS), 19:37.10. 8. Dominic Munro (CS), 19:38.51. 9. Shajoni Huggins (AMPS), 19:49.38. 10. Sean Wong (CS), 20:25.30. 11. Daniel Walters (WWPS-2), 20:29.51. 12. Bruce Huggins Jr. (ASPS-1), 23:02.50. 13. Johannes Blok (CS), 25.12.70. 14. Teneisha Chalwell (FLPS), 27.42.12. 15. Caroline Hernandez (FLPS), 28:15.39.

Points: 1. Cedar Primary, 39. 2. Althea Scattliffe Primary Team- 2, 16 (4 participants). 3. Alexandrina Maduro Primary, 13 (2 participants). 4. Francis Lettsome, 29 (2 participants). 5. Willard Wheatley–Team 11, (1 participant). 6. Althea Sacatliife Team-1, 12 (1 participant).

Secondary Schools Team: Cedar School (CS), Elmore Stoutt Carlisle House (C), St. Georges (St.G): 1. Liam Blok (CS), 13:45.35. 2. Tallulah Kinkead (CS), 15:07.07. 3. John Pettigrew (CS), 17:28.16. 4. Pippa Dabbs (CS), 22:35.08. 5. Nicole Munro (CS), 23:25.86. 6. Lucy Mobbs (CS), 24:26.86. 7. Aria Creque (CS), 37:08.93.

Points: By Teams/Houses: 1. Cedar School , 28. Service Clubs: Leo Club (L), Rotaract Club (RC), Rotary of Road Town (RR), Rotary Sunrise of Road Town (RS), Rotary of Tortola, (RT): 1. Julien Johnson (RT), 15:09.35. 2. Elvis Harrigan (RR), 15:17.13. 3. Marvin Flax (RS), 15:43.48. 4. Ryan Geluk (RR), 15:58.61. 5. Ixora Williams (RT), 16:04.41. 6. Stacy Wynter (RT), 16:45.93. 7. Henry Creque (RT), 17:46.21. 8. Tamara Cameron (RS), 18:18.15. 9. Dennis Jennings (RR), 18:59.70. 10. Glenn Harrigan (RR), 19:21.30. 11. Archibald Christian (RT), 19:41.15. 12. Charles Crane (RR), 19:54.24. 13. Audley Maduro (RT), 19:59.39. 14. Richard Parsons (RR), 20:11.16. 15. Delma Maduro (RT), 20:42.30. 16. Jerrell George (RC), 22:12.54. 17. Corleen Goodman (RS), 24:20.16. 18. Geraldine Ritter Freeman (RT), 24:36.90. 19. Lavina Liburd, 25:00.98. 20. Robin Tattersall (RT), 33.56.76. 21. Shirley Creque (RS), 39:05.31. Points: 1. Rotary of Tortola , 30. 2. Rotary of Road Town , 39. 3. Rotary Sunrise of Road Town, 39 (4 participants). 4. Rotaract, 12 (1 participant).

Community Partners: Althea Scatliffe Parents/Teachers (ASPT), BVI Elite Skydancers (BVIES), Cedar School Parents/Teachers (CSPT), H. Lavity Stoutt Community College (HLSCC), Montessori Parents/Teachers (MPT), Road Town Wholesale (RTW), Royal Virgin Islands Police (P): 1. David Pettigrew (CSPT), 14:57.35. 2. Capt. Martin Cherry (HLSCC), 16:46.18. 3. Garfield Neita (MPT), 17:14.01. 4. Shariesma Maduro (MPT), 21:20.45. 5. Tamisha Georges (RTW), 22:57.33. 6. Navin Karran (RTW), 23:32.24. 7. Rowan Martin (HLSCC), 24:25.95. 8. Karl Dawson (HLSCC), 24:57.80. 9. Eva Baskin (HLSCC),

25:35.30. 10. Janet Stoutt (HLSCC), 28:06.67. 11. Paul George (HLSCC), 28:09.36. 12. Alvern Stoutt (HLSCC), 28:10.16. 13. Italia Penn (HLSCC), 29:51.04. 14. Elenore George (HLSCC), 29:52.41.

Points: 1. HLSCC, 36. 2. Montessori Parents/Teacher, 7 (2 participants). 3. Road Town Wholesale, 11 (2 participants), 4. Cedar School Parents/Teachers, 1 (1 participant). 

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