A brilliant combination of skill and team chemistry saw Catholic High cruise past a resilient Yusof Ishak side 18-2.
St. Hilda's exceptional spikes lead them to 2-0 win over Catholic High as they clinch their sixth consecutive championship title.
A game between two well-matched teams ended with RI beating out reigning champions Catholic High School 6-4 and claiming the national championship title.
Catholic High poured in 12 three pointers as they cruised to a 71--31 victory over Edgefield Secondary.
Nanyang Girls' all-star C Division relay teams were anchored by 80m hurdles-100m double gold medallist Elizabeth-Ann Tan and 800m-1500m champion Wu Shu Han. The girls clocked 50.04 seconds in the 400m relay -- their best this season -- and 4 minutes 15.68 seconds in the 1600m relay to claim two gold medals to add to the five individual ones the school earned previously.
When Hwa Chong Institution's Justyn Phua lined up to take his fourth throw in the A boys' javelin competition, he was trailing junior teammate Wang Tingjia in second. A few minutes later, he not only bettered Tingjia's best throw, but also a national schools and championship record that has stood since 1970.
With this win, Victoria improve to a 8-1 win-loss record since Round 1 with their sole loss against Meridian Secondary. They advance to the semi-finals as second-place finishers from Group X.
Cheang Jia Jun (#83) of Catholic High scored a hat-trick.