#PennRelays: JC completes Jamaican clean sweep at Penn's
Jamaica College's J'Voughnn Blake on the anchor leg of the 4x800m Championships of Americas final on Saturday at the 126th Penn Relays Carnival at Franklin Field in Philadelphia.

PHILADELPHIA - Jamaica College (JC) won the high school boys Championships of Americas 4x800m to complete Jamaica's sweep of the relays on Saturday’s final day of the 126th Penn Relays Carnival at Franklin Field in Philadelphia.

JC led from the start to win in 7:28.38 seconds, the third best time ever.

Earlier, Camperdown High won the 4x100m and Kingston College took the 4x400m to match the sweep by the girls a day earlier.

The team of Omarion Davis, Handal Roban, Kemarrio Bygrave and J’Voughnn Blake was unchallenged as they beat Ridge High of New Jersey - 7:41.59 seconds and West Springfield of Virginia - 7:45.14 seconds.

It was their second win in the 4x800m and first since 1999 and comes after a second place in the 4x100m and sixth in the 4x400m.

PAUL A RIED Observer Writer

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