Hydel High School claims victory at competitive Penn Relays Championship
Hydel High School claims victory at competitive Penn Relays Championship

Hydel High School emerged as the High School Girls’ 4×400 Championship of America champion at Penn Relays on Saturday, finishing with an impressive time of 3:35.63.

The team, comprised of Aaliyah Mullings, Oneika McAnnuff, Jody-Ann Daley, and Dannielle King, showcased their exceptional talent in the highly competitive race.

Edwin Allen’s team, featuring Tonyan Beckford, Kocian Powell, Amoya Jameison, and Kellyann Carr, finished in second place with a time of 3:36.20.

The Bullis School from Maryland took third place, with Myla Greene, Mira Bernard, Sydney Sutton, and Sage Hinton finishing in 3:36.25.


1Hydel (JAM) *Aaliyah Mullings, Oneika McAnnuff, Jody-Ann Daley, Dannielle King3:35.631:48.05 – Pl: 12:40.98 52.93 Pl: 13:35.63 54.66 Pl: 1
2Edwin Allen (JAM) *Tonyan Beckford, Kocian Powell, Amoya Jameison, Kellyann Carr3:36.201:49.27 – Pl: 32:42.98 53.71 Pl: 33:36.20 53.22 Pl: 2 1
3Bullis School (MD) *Myla Greene, Mira Bernard, Sydney Sutton, Sage Hinton3:36.251:49.59 – Pl: 42:42.29 52.70 Pl: 2 23:36.25 53.97 Pl: 3 -1
4Holmwood Tech (JAM) *Annalice Brady, Rickiann Russell, Jodyann Mitchell, Rosalee Gallimore3:43.131:50.64 – Pl: 52:47.52 56.89 Pl: 53:43.13 55.61 Pl: 4 1
5St. Catherine (JAM) *Jamara Patterson, Kitania Headley, Kaycian Johnson, Aaliyaha Morgan3:45.031:48.67 – Pl: 22:45.23 56.56 Pl: 4 -23:45.03 59.80 Pl: 5 -1
6Colgan (VA) *Elizabeth Yeboah-Kodie, Kadynce Taylor, Psalmn Jones, Kalyncia Taylor3:49.781:55.61 – Pl: 92:53.48 57.87 Pl: 93:49.78 56.30 Pl: 6 3
7Heritage (VA) *Sabria Wooden, Madison Whyte, Myzhane Solomon, Sanaa Wooden3:50.031:52.71 – Pl: 72:53.00 1:00.29 Pl: 73:50.03 57.04 Pl: 7
8St. John’s College (DC) *Natasha Mosley, Cymia Yourish, Marleigh Lucas, Mia McIlwain3:50.961:52.69 – Pl: 62:51.52 58.83 Pl: 63:50.96 59.45 Pl: 8 -2
9Bishop McNamara (MD) *Jalyn Hayes-Moore, Justice McDaniel, Amber Wimbish, Layla Hasan3:52.821:55.54 – Pl: 82:53.45 57.91 Pl: 83:52.82 59.38 Pl: 9 -1
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Anthony Foster is a renowned Jamaican sports journalist, honored twice as the Jamaica sports journalist of the year (in 2004 and 2005). His journalistic achievements are globally recognized. Notably, he authored an award-winning article on Usain Bolt, the iconic 6-time Olympic champion, 11-time World champion, and record holder for the sprint double. This significant piece was published in the Jamaica Gleaner in 2004. Anthony's extensive coverage includes prestigious events such as the Olympic Games in Beijing 2008, London 2012, and Rio 2016. He has also provided coverage for seven (7) World Athletics Championships held between 2007 and 2022, alongside various other international sporting events. Noteworthy mentions comprise his coverage of the 2007 World Cup of cricket and his cherished experience reporting on the 2004 clash between his favorite football team, Argentina, and the USA.