Joshua Daniel Alleyne, a standout at the Mayberry Preparatory and Primary Schools Swimming Championships, shattered four individual records in helping his school to second place courtesy of the highest overall individual performance.Meanwhile, a total of 38 prep and primary swimmers broke records, while there were six relay marks set at the highly entertaining and compact event.Twelve-year-old Alleyne is Sts Peter and Paul Preparatory’s head boy and contributed a whopping 43 points to their title ambitions, which saw them finishing second best behind Wolmer’s Prep’s 232.50 points, with 148.Young Alleyne trains every day except Tuesdays at the National Aquatics Centre, where he has gone unbeaten in over three years, and swept four records last year.He will be looking to attend his preferred choice, Campion College, later this year.Mother, Norma Kerr Alleyne, describes the young swim sensation as a metaphor for youngsters who work really hard to excel.”He is one of those youngsters who puts in his time. He does try his best,” she told The Gleaner.Though Joshua had to prepare for his Grade Six Achievement Test, he balanced it well with swimming.”Obviously, we hope that he is going to go to Campion (College). His brother is there,” said his mother.The brilliant young swimmer’s record-shattering feats last Saturday included the boys’ 11-12 50m backstroke, which he won in 35:89; the 11-12 50m freestyle in 30:25; and the 12 and under 100m freestyle in one minute 07:45 seconds.Joshua also took the 11-50m breaststroke, emphatically shaving off .36 seconds from 40.88 to 40:52 seconds.The long-standing development meet has nurtured and fostered the development a number of swimmers.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant Since then, fights have broken out almost daily, though Sheriff Lee Baca has ordered inmates to be separated by race in some dorms and put the jails on lockdown. Members of the Mexican Mafia prison gang supposedly ordered the attacks in retribution for black-on-brown gang violence. The Los Angeles County jail system is the nation’s most populous, with about 20,000 inmates at any one time. About 6,500 are housed in several dorms at the Pitchess jail. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! CASTAIC – Another brawl broke out Sunday at the Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic, with four inmates receiving minor injuries in a racially motivated fight, according to the Sheriff’s Department. The fight broke out at about 3:30 p.m. Sunday, said Deputy Luis Castro, a spokesman for the county Sherriff’s Department. The brawl lasted about 20 minutes, according to KABC (Channel 7). The four injured inmates were treated at the Pitchess Detention Center’s medical clinic, Castro said. The fight stemmed from a dispute between black and Latino inmates. Nine inmates were injured and eight hospitalized Saturday afternoon in a fight involving 86 black and Latino inmates. Rioting at Pitchess started Feb. 4 with a melee that left one black inmate dead. read more