Carmel HS emerge champs

Padmanabhanagar outfit garners 77 points to pocket the title
Last Updated 23 October 2010, 17:01 IST
Carmel HS emerge champs

Carmel School athletes tallied 77 points to pocket the title in the inaugural edition.
Bhoomi R Motwani of New Horizon Public School took home the individual championship from the swimming event while Praneetha Pradeep of Bethany High School pocketed the individual title in athletics.

In the High School boys’ section Narayan Sharalaya of Dayananda Sagar International School bagged the honour in athletics while the corresponding honour in the Middle School section was shared by Shahrukh of DSIS and Gautam Misra of DPS East.

Suhas Y of Shantiniketan Trust School faced little competition in clinching the individial award for swimming in the High School boys’ section.

Results (all finals):  Boys (High School): Basketball: New Horizon Public School bt DPS South 13-12.
Cricket: Army Public School: 166/3 bt Frank Anthony PS: 56/8.
Football: St Joseph's Boys HS bt Ryan International School 2-0.
Kabaddi: New Baldwin Residential HS bt Jyothi Vidyalaya HS 33-32.
Tennis: Anthony Savio (DPS South) 1; Mohith Reddy (RIS) 2; Adil Kalyanpur (Inventure Academy) 3.
Girls (High School): Basketball: Horizon PS bt Baldwin 16-10.
Cricket: Carmel HS (Padamanabhanagar): 144/2 bt FAPS: 42 all out.
Football: DPS East bt RIS 2-1.
Kabaddi: Bhoruka English School bt PVP HS 28-38.
Tennis: Hrishika Rajesh (Jain Heritage School) 1; Alisha Kalyanpur (IA) 2; Prerana Singal (DPS North) 3.
Overall champions: Carmel High School, Padamanabhanagar (77 points).
Individual championships:
Boys: Athletics: High School: Narayan Sharalaya (Dayananda Sagar International School).
Middle School: Shahrukh (DSIS) and Gautam Misra (DPS East).
Swimming: High School: Suhas Y (Shantiniketan Trust School).
Girls: Athletics: High School: Praneetha Pradeep (Bethany).
Middle School: Lopamudra Thimmaiah (Bishop Cotton).
Swimming: High School: Bhoomi R Motwani (New Horizon PS).

(Published 23 October 2010, 17:01 IST)

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