Coaches say

May 13, 2021
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Roderick Myles (Rusea's High School): Yesterday was a good day for my team as despite a small squad of girls, they are holding their own as we have qualified for the relay finals we have entered. Was not surprised with Leonie Samuels winning the Class One Girls shot put final, and I expect Latanya Williams and Salecia Myles to advance to today's 100m finals in their respective classes.

Keilando Goburn (St Jago High School): It was a disappointing day for us, especially in the Class Two Girls high jump and the Class Four Girls long jump. However we just have to think on the events to come and take it from there. The girls are still in good spirit and they will continue to hold their own for the remainder of the Championships.

Michael Dyke (Edwin Allen High School): A very good day for us, picking up several medals and quality points. Only disappointment was in the Class Four Girls long jump. Looking forward to today and the remainder of the meet as we are now in the lead and hope to be front on Saturday afternoon when the meet is finished.

Dave Anderson (Holmwood Technical High School): Based on the results so far, that is what we had expected, knowing the kind of preparation we had coming into the Championships. It shows that the girls are catching up with the field and my only disappointment was in the Class Two 4x100m where my lead off runner (Atayha Wallace) got injured before passing the baton. With Cedricka Williams breaking the first record of the meet, this will definitely encourage the team and I am looking for some quality performances for the remainder of the Championships.

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