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Stoby & Johnson win opening Highland Spring College Classic race

Close to 200 persons participated in the opening race of the annual Highland Spring College Classic Race Series on Saturday September 19, 2015. Photo: HLSCC
Participants for the one-mile race receive instructions from race director Stephanie Russ-Penn. Photo: HLSCC
Participants for the one-mile race receive instructions from race director Stephanie Russ-Penn. Photo: HLSCC
The Rotary Club of Tortola came out to begin the defense of their title. Photo: HLSCC
The Rotary Club of Tortola came out to begin the defense of their title. Photo: HLSCC
Reuben J. A. Stoby ran unchallenged en route to winning in a personal best 11:22. Photo: HLSCC
Reuben J. A. Stoby ran unchallenged en route to winning in a personal best 11:22. Photo: HLSCC
This baby could not be bothered with all the 'running around'. Photo: HLSCC
This baby could not be bothered with all the 'running around'. Photo: HLSCC
Heading up the home straight. Photo: HLSCC
Heading up the home straight. Photo: HLSCC
Mr Elvis 'Juggy' Harrigan about to complete what appeared to be a tough run. Photo: HLSCC
Mr Elvis 'Juggy' Harrigan about to complete what appeared to be a tough run. Photo: HLSCC
Mr Henry O. Creque looks to finish strong. Photo: HLSCC
Mr Henry O. Creque looks to finish strong. Photo: HLSCC
The next race of the series will be on Virgin Gorda next Saturday September 26, 2015 with the following race on Tortola on Saturday October 3, 2015. Photo: HLSCC
The next race of the series will be on Virgin Gorda next Saturday September 26, 2015 with the following race on Tortola on Saturday October 3, 2015. Photo: HLSCC
The 2-mile run is both a test of endurance and speed. Photo: HLSCC
The 2-mile run is both a test of endurance and speed. Photo: HLSCC
PARAQUITA BAY, Tortola, VI- Distance runners Reuben J. A. Stoby and Rosmond Johnson transferred their winning ways from the 5k and 10k distances to the 2-mile run when the Highland Spring College Classic got underway at the H. Lavity Stoutt Community College in Paraquita Bay on Saturday September 19, 2015.

Stoby ran unchallenged en route to winning in a personal best 11:23.25 with Vaughn Van Oudtshourn taking second in 12:03.36 and Julius Farley third in 12:15.12.

Rosmond Johnson (14:15.91) held off Tallulah Kinkead (14:41.25) in the women’s race. Juliane Potgieter was third overall for women in 15:17.12.

According to a press release from the H. Lavity Stoutt Community College, “close to 200 participants from teachers, principals and students to lawyers, doctors, dentists, accountants, other professionals including the Rotary Clubs came out for the 1 and 2 mile run from the Colleges’ Paraquita Bay campus.”

It further said, collectively, participants from as young as 3 years to 65+ years embraced the occasion with determined hearts to the finish.

“For some, it was simply a nice morning run/walk in the company of colleagues, friends or family while others trained hard all year, and were in it to win it. As of press time, the results of the day were not finalised to be reported.”

The next race of the series will be on Virgin Gorda next Saturday September 26, 2015 with the following race on Tortola on Saturday October 3, 2015.

See full results below.

One Mile Boys: 1. Sam Potgieter, 7 minutes 36.28 seconds.  2. Latriel Williams, 7: 43.57.  3. Jahnare Farrington, 7:55.31. 4. Charlie Potgieter, 7:56.67. 5. Kael Chalwell, 8:16.21. 6. Noah Cottreau, 8:34.14. 7. A. Maduro, 8:44.81.  8. Jahnear Frett, 9:03.46.  9. Kajahni Farrington, 9:39.14.  10.  Jamal Harry, 9:42.64.  11. St. Claire Haywood, 9:43.59.  12. Sebbie Morgan, 9:44. 20.  13. Jahheal Frett, 9:45.96. 14. Owen Graham, 9:50.57. 15. Tom Bridson, 10:01.34. 16. Josiah Means, 10:34.53. 17. Seth Dobbie, 10:42.56. 18. Xav Morgan, 10:45.42. 19. Seun Frett, 11:09.14. 20. Joshua Tobin, 11:55.31. 21. Frank Carroll, 13:09.42. 22. Stan Carroll, 13:24.84. 23. Oliver Tobin, 14:31.96. 24. Benjamin Cook, 15:32.92.

Girls:  1. Akeela McMaster, 8:23.46.  2. Ashonte Brewley, 8:45.81.  3. Kenniqua Grate, 9:02.31.  4. Asia McMaster, 9:22.57.  5. Tenisha Herbert, 9:30.53.  6. #16,  9:42. 88. 7. Zakaya Stoutt, 9:45. 04.  8.  Cheyanne Castello, 9:47:89.  9. Taryn Augustine, 10:06.28.  10. Kivohnya Merry, 10:25.21.  11. Lilly Smit, 10:48.06.  12. Emily Tobin, 10:49.24.  13. Kate Looney, 11:04.99. 14. Angelique Bruce, 11:05.34. 15. Mckenzie Crabbe, 11:08.89. 16. Amia Wheatley, 11:14.71. 17. Amarise McLeran, 11:28.67. 18. Jasmine Santos, 11:56.19. 19. Tiffany Herbert, 11:57.21. 20. Carolie Leboyer, 12:38.99. 21. Felicity Means, 12:48.74. 22. Z’Hara Mclean, 13:09:42. 23. Tiya Herbert, 13:39.28. 24. Ava Ghiorse, 14:47.21.

Two Mile, Men: 1. Reuben Stoby, 11:23.25.  2.  Vaughn Van Oudtshourn, 12:03.36.  3. Julius Farley, 12:15.12.  4. Tarique Moses, 12:31.72.   5. Samuel Romney, 12:49.73.  6. Adriano Gumbs, 13:05.67.   7. Jomo Rochester, 13:21.52.   8. Mikey Ennis,   13:29.15.   9. Zebalon McLean,    13:45.62.     10. Dave Pettigrew, 14:05.25.     11. Brad Betzener, 14:11.25.   12. Reu Rhymer,   14:37.04.   13. Ikyjah Williams,   15:13.65.    14. Claudius Rhymer,   15:16.18.   15. Ebenezer Joseph, 15:31.16.     16. Chris Graham,   15:56.54.     17. Alric Smith,   16:37.34.  18. Vadley Sylvester, 16:46.80.   19. Clyde Rhymer, 16:49.15.   20. Kenton Brewley, 16:50.67.   21. Stephen Bridson, 17:16.48.   22. Andie Donovan, 17:46.32.   23.  Ajaalee Malone, 17:46.68.   24. Aaron Harry, 18:00.25.    25. Howard Moore, 18:14.25   26. Damian Creque, 18:25.47.   27. Jerry Thomas, 19:38.34.   28. Jim Cullimore, 19:44.31.   29. Steve Augustine, 20:04.56.   30. Chris Potgieter, 20:45.21.   31. Stephen Beard, 20:58.16.   32. Ahdan Doward, 21:18.78.   33. Diamonte Gumbs, 21:24.62.   34. John Cullimore, 22:26.84.   35. Devanio Wheatley, 22:30.06.   36. Quadray Daniel, 22:40.82.   37. Djimon Gumbs, 25:38.78.   38. Kadeem Hackshaw, 27:05.78.

Two Mile, Women: 1. Rosmond Johnson,   14:15.91.   2. Juliane Potgieter, 15:17.12.  3. Kay Reddy, 15:22.36.  4. Kyra Romney, 15:46.12. 5. Philomena Robertson, 16:34.87.  6. Almarie Maduro, 18:06.66.   7. Sarah Carroll, 18:48.75.   8. Kenyatha Grate, 19:39.62.   9. Sarah Duncan, 19:59.65.   10. Roslyn Gilbert, 20:39.85.   11. Cayley Smith, 20:42.07.   12. Aribella Parsons, 23:23.32.   13. Michelle Dennis, 23:27.16.   14. Khiayah Doward, 23:34.06.   15. Shirley Liburd, 23:55.36.   16.  Christina Creque, 25:12.02.   17. Lynelle Gumbs, 25:15.35.   18. Kaiola Rymer, 27:21.18.   19. Riconia Penn, 27:21.77.   20. Alicia Davis, 28:44.41.   21. Pamella Bruce, 30:33.35.   22. Denise Frett, 30:52.59.   23. Valarie Guishard, 31:02.12.   24. Victoria Ghiorse, 31:03.06.   25. Deborah James, 34:59.25.

Cross Country (Team Category)

Team Scoring Rules: The positions of the first five members of each team counts towards the scores in this category.  The positions of additional members of a team beyond the first five are not factored in. A minimum of 5 persons makes a full participating team.

Primary Schools Teams: Althea Scatliffe Primary (ASPS), Cedar School Primary (CP),  First Impressions Primary (FIPS), Francis Lettsome Primary (FLPS), Joyce Samuel Primary (JSPS), Willard Wheatley (WWPS):

1. Kenroy Joseph (FLPS-1), 15:43.69.  2. Jahshani Farrington (FLPS-1), 16:02.37.  3. Kadeem Pena (FLPS-1), 16:33.47.  4. Kendi Brewley (AMPS), 16:34.87.  5. Jayden Augustine (PG), 16:41.65.  6.  Malike Romney (AMPS), 17:04.88.  7. M’Khori Crabbe (JSPS-1), 18:47.10.  8.  Kieanjah Roberts (JSPS-1), 18:50.34.  9. Jahtivya Williams (ASPS), 18:57.35.  10. Johnibel Richards (FLPS-1), 19:04.62.  11. Daniele Walters (WWPS), 19:51.94.  12. Deonna Campbell (ASPS), 19:53.90.  13. Abriel Magloire (ASPS), 19:5838. 14. Jahmarley Frett (WWPS), 20:38.86.  15. Makeda Gumbs (JSPS-1), 20:44.08.  16. Kavon Wheatley (FLPS-2), 21:06.13. 17. Chad Willock (PG), 21:48.29.  18. Ikeyyah Taylor (JSPS-2), 22:33.60.  19. Kashani Farrington (WWPS), 23:13.29.  20. Marik Pemberton (FLPS-2), 23:32.47.  21.  Rickey Harewood (FLPS-2), 24:15.00.  22. Frankiesha Browne (FLPS-1), 24:25.52.  23. Angeni Benjamin (JSPS-1), 24:42.02.  24. Kamari Gillings (FLPS-2).  25. Jana Davis (JSPS-1), 25:27.18.  26. Johannes Blok (CP), 26:35.75.  27. Vallesha Guishard (WWPS), 26:41.50.  28. Carolyn Hernandez (FLPS-2), 27:34.44.  29. Aiden Creque (FIPS), 27:36.28.  30. Sanjay Henry (JSPS-1), 28:01.91.  31. Shinique Robin (JSPS-1), 28:03.24.  32. Anica Penn (JSPS-1), 28:20.70.  33. Matai Frett (FLPS-1), 28:24:59. 34. Martina Martin (JSPS-2), 30:27.58.

Points: 1. Francis Lettsome Team-1, 38.  2. Joyce Samuel Team-1, 78.  3. Francis Lettsome Team-2, 109.  4. Willard Wheatley, 71 (4 participants).  5. Althea Scatliffe, 34 (3 participants).  6. Alexandrina Maduro, 10 (2 participants),    7. Peligan Gate, 22 (2 participants).  8. Joyce Samuel Team-2, 48 (2 participants).  9. Cedar School, 26 (1 participant).  10. First Impression, 26 (1 participant).

Secondary Schools Team: Cedar School (CS), St. Georges (SGS): 1. Liam Blok (CS), 12:54.10.  2. Tallulah Kinkead (CS), 14:41.25.   3.  Robert Wong Jr. (CS), 26:59.65.  4. Aria Creque (CS), 31:17.98.

Points: 1. Cedar School, 10.

Service Clubs: Interact Club (IC), Rotaract Club (RC), Rotary of Road Town (RR), Rotary Sunrise of Road Town (RS), Rotary of Tortola, (RT): 1. Michael Killourhy (RT), 12.21.06.  2. Derrick Rawling (RT), 14:05.25.  3. Maureen Peters (RS), 16:18.83.  4. Stacy-Ann Wynter (RT), 17:09.18.  5. Marvin flax (RS),  17:28.81.  6. Henry Creque (RT), 18:01.10.  7. Ryan Geluk (RR), 18:08.48.  8. Brian Liverpool (RR), 18:40.90.  9. Ixora Wong (RT), 19:12.10.  10. Lorna Smith (RT), 19:21.44.  11. Vanessa King (RT), 19:51.14.  12. Warren Wintz (RT), 20:08.84.  13. Elvis Harrigan (RR), 20:14.21.  14. Corazon Fos (RR), 22:26.00.  15. Richard Parsons (RR), 23:21.09. 16.  Alphonso Warner (RR), 24:44.90.  17.  Kenneth Morgan (RT), 25:00.06.  18.  Mitsy Ellis-Simpson (RT), 27:14.76.  19. Anthony Clarke (RR), 30:03.19

Scoring Rule (A female must be a part of the 5 members that count towards scoring.)

Points:  1. Rotary of Tortola, 22.  2. Rotary of Road Town, 48.  3. Rotary Sunrise of Road Town, 8 (2 participants).

Community Partners: Black Opps (BO), BVI Tourist Board (BVITB), Cedar School Parents/Teachers (CSPT), Digicel (D), H. Lavity Stoutt Community College (HLSCC), Joyce Samuel Parents (JSP), Montessori Parents/Teachers (MSPT), Limitless Fitness (LF)

1. Tommy Farrell (D), 13:14.35.  2. Anna Kinkead (CSPT), 15:35.70.  3. Iswar Persad (BVTB), 15:51.97.  4. Martin Cherry (HLSCC), 16:49.84.  5. Richie Paul (MSPT), 17:41.35.  6. Ariana Forbes (LF), 17:51.37.  7. Conor Looney (D), 18:29.11.  8. Natasha Chalwell (BVTB), 18:45.90.  9. Elaine Burke (D), 18:52.06.  10. Rhonda Pinnock (BO), 19:51.56. 11. Lucy Hannett (LF), 20:49.62.  12. Garfield Neita (CSPT), 21:09.15.   13. Sarah-Jane Knock (MSPT), 22:47.81.  14. Deidra Thomas (LF), 23:19.28.  15. Marc Brabant (CSPT), 24:34.72.  16. Annelies Brabant (CSPT), 24:35.31.  17.  Monet Francis (LF), 26:15.25. 18. Karl Dawson (HLSCC), 26:35.29.  19. Bernice Magloire (D), 27:07.56.  20. Ella Chistopher (D), 27:18.08.  21. Monique Latchman (HLSCC), 27:26.20. 22. Shirley Creque (CSPT), 27:36. 34.  23. Paul George (HLSCC), 27:53.40.  24. Marian Cazabon-Blok (CSPT), 28:03.80.  25. Orlandette Crabbe (JSPT), 28:14.06.  26. Surbhi Williams (HLSCC), 28:40.41.  27. Renesha Stephens (HLSCC), 29:42.40.  28. Rhianna Stephens (HLSCC) 29:42.50.  28. Esme Stephens (HLSCC), 29:42.65.  29. Janvieve Pickett (LF), 29:55.00.  30. Onika Ramsammy (JSPT),  31:02.12.  31. Rochelle Smith (HLSCC), 31:40.40.

Points: 1. Digicel, 56.  2. Cedar School Parents/Teachers, 67.  3. Limitless Fitness, 75.  4. H. Lavity Stoutt Community College, 91.  5. BVI Tourist Board, 11 (2 participants).  6. Montessori Parents/Teachers, 18 (2 participants).  7. Joyce Samuel Parents, 50 (2 participant).  8. Black Opps, 10 (1 participant).

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