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Charlton Reflects On World Record Process

UNITED STATES – Devynne Charlton considered her 60-meter hurdles World Record, the culmination of a plan coming together at the right time.

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UNITED STATES – Devynne Charlton considered her 60-meter hurdles World Record, the culmination of a plan coming together at the right time.

The sprint hurdles fields are always stacked, an element that Charlton said forces these ladies to bring their best race execution to every single meet.

The moment was made even more special as she shared the world record celebration with her parents – David and Laura.

We’re all enjoying the moment but it’s never too soon to look ahead to the World Indoors and the transition to outdoors.

GSSSA Basketball

The Government Secondary Schools Sports Association Basketball Championships in all four divisions, got underway Monday at the Kendal Isaacs Gym.

In junior girls, Tahjaniqua Morley went off for a game-high 43 points to lead her C.H. Reeves Raptors to a 58-42 win over the top-seeded H.O. Nash Lions. 

In junior boys, the  D.W. Davis Royals defence powered a wire-to-wire win for the number one seeds. Zion Goodman scored 18 and Windisky Paul had 15 for the Royals.

Game 1 in the senior girls series was a game of runs before the C.V. Bethel Stingrays pulled away for the 38-34 win over the C.R. Walker Knights.

Trinity Bodie led C.V. Bethel with a game-high 19 points.

In senior boys, the Anatol Rodgers T’wolves perimeter shooting and balanced scoring attack led them to a 63-55 win over the C.I. Gibson Rattlers.

Six T’wolves players scored at least eight, Jefferson Bethel led the team with 12.

GBSSA Basketball

In the GBSSA, the Tabernacle Falcons opened their championship series with a 52-46 game one win over the Sunland Stingers.

Aiden Miller led Tabernacle with a team-high 15 points.

Game 2 in the best of 3 series is Tuesday night at the St. George’s Gym.

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