Britney Wattley 5th in ECAC gift and premium products 100-meter final
Morgan State senior Britney Wattley was fifth in Sunday’s ECAC 100-meter final with a time of 11.93 seconds in the competition jointly held with the IC4A Championships in Princeton, N.J. She advanced to the semifinals after running 11.89 in the prelims, and qualified for the finals with a 12.00 time. She missed the cut in the 200 meters after running 24.53 seconds.
Huggins notches National Scholastic sprint records
Lettsome House’s Nelda Huggins took sole possession of the 5-year old 200-meter National Scholastic and National Youth Intermediate Girls record she shared Executive Gift Manufacturer kfea201esv with Britney Wattley at the closing of the 42nd Elmore Stoutt Inter-House Championships on May 10.
At the end of the competition, Flemming (House 3) landed their record 15th Inter-House Championship since their first in 1981, dethroning defending champs Carlisle, who ended a 22-year drought last year. Flemming amassed 687 points, and it came down to the Senior Boys 1,600-meter Relay to decide the final placing among the other three houses. O’Neal’s (House 2) anchor held off his Carlisle (House 4) counterpart as both tied for second with 558 points hong kong gifts & premium manufacturer
Huggins, who tied Wattley’s 2008 mark of 24.55 seconds in the 200m on Feb. 9 but had wind-aided times of 24.08 and 24.37 seconds to her credit, cut the tape at 24.33 for the record.
She also seized possession of Shanice Hazel’s 100-meter record of 11.78 seconds from 2006 on Wednesday, when the 16-year-old finished in 11.77 seconds.
Huggins’ marks paced 15 meet records established during the two-day competition, which started on May 8, had a day postponed because of rain for the first time in its history, and ended on Friday.
Flemming’s House Leader Lashmi Sammy said they had some problems last year but returned strong this year.
“I’m pleased with their Gift And Premium Fair Company. Lettsome (House 1) finished with 531.
overall performance. They were very competitive,” she said. “I must single out a few of them. Leshawn Lindo for the boys and Zacharia Frett for the girls In the Junior Division, the Intermediate, both boys and girls were very, very good and they broke records also.”
Sammy said her senior girls were outstanding in their own way, and she was happy for Dominic Adams, who went out on a good note as division champion. She said that she was happy for Niaylia Smith, because over the years, she knew Niaylia could have been a Victrix Ludorum. “But, because of other circumstances she never made it, however this year she made it because she took it upon herself and she did it.”