AS the North Georgetown, District 11, completed the cycling component of their Inter-School Championships, Richard Ishmael, St John’s College and St Stanislaus College (Saints) emerged winners of their respective zones, when the competition concluded yesterday at the National Park, Thomas Lands. Richard Ishmael prevailed with 126 points, to end with a massive lead over Chase Academy in Zone One. Other competitors were from GTI and Queen’s College (QC). Chase ended with 62 points, just ahead of GTI,’s 57 points. QC brought up the rear with 28 points.Over in Zone Two, St John’s had literally no competition and took a stress-free win with 103 points. Saints ended with 76 points, some 53 points in front of Brickdam.Zone Four, comprises the primary schools of the District and they do not take part in the cycling segment of the competition.As the day’s competition played out on the National Park circuit, St John’s and Richard Ishmael bagged big wins in the Boys’ Under-14 category, where St John’s Meshack Roberts and Brandon Low took the top two spots, respectively, in the 800m.Low also went on to win the 2000m race, where Saints’ Remar Alexander ended in second place. Ishmael’s Dino Boutere led the 1500m, while QC picked up a second-place finish thanks to Damani Everseley.Teslon Ward won the 3000m for Ishamel as well, and his schoolmate Kelon Matherson finished second.In the Boys’ Under-16Saints took several top spots in the Boys’ Under-16 category, with Jeremiah Sampson winning the 800m, Jason Khan the 1500m, and Brandon Chin the 2000m. Also in the 2000m Saints’ Joshua Sammy took second place.However, Ishmael’s Orlando Giddings triumphed in the 1000m, and St John’s Levon Mariano secured the win in the 3000m. Mariano also finished second in the 1000m.Chase’s Briton John and Nigel Duguid were the best riders of the Boys’ Open category where they traded wins in the 800m and 2000m events.John dominated in the 800m and Duguid finished second. However, it was Duguid who had the endurance to prevail in the 2000m race, John settling for the second-place position.For the Girls, St John’s Jahniah Kelvin ruled the Under-16 category, taking the 800m and 2000m wins.Chase’s Andriska Mickle won the Open 800m race, where she was followed by Kewanna Barker of Ishmael.