Onjiko School and Ototo are the new boys ’ and girls ’ basketball titleholders for secondary seminaries in Nyanza.
Onjiko, led by the star, Joseph Were, and his adjunct, Gordon Ogutu, deprived Agoro Sare, while Ototo defeated Bar Chando, as the Nyanza secondary seminaries term two games concluded at Asumbi TTC on Saturday.
Onjiko, led by captain Paul Ochieng, Kelvons Onkundi, and Yien Matay, defeated Agoro Sare 82- 51 to win their first Nyanza area crown.
Onjiko won the first quarter by a score of 24- 7 and the alternate quarter by a score of 17- 10. In the third quarter, Agoro Sare raised its pace but fell 22- 19, while Onjiko led 19- 15 in the fourth quarter.
Onjiko defeated Maranda School 89- 33 in the semifinals, while Agoro Sare defeated Nyanchwa 69- 46.
Nyanchwa Boys finished in third place after hardly defeating Maranda School 61- 60.
Ototo School, counseled by the academy’s star and a former basketball adjudicator, Clement Nyakinda, defeated Bar Chando 68- 35 in their first pass to win the crown. Mary Awino led the platoon in points scored with 26.
“ This is commodity we’ve been working on for the last three times. It was a good event because we were the better side from day one, ” Nyakinda said.
In girl’s soccer, Kobala defeated Nyakach Girls 1- 0 to win the 2019 crown. In the semifinals, Kobala defeated former titleholders Jera 1- 0, while Nyakach defeated Gekomoni 3- 0.
The boys ’ soccer final between Kisumu Day and Agoro Sare was shifted from Kanga School to Kisii School due to fears of addict uneasiness following the violent firstsemi-final between Kanga School and Agoro Sare.
Also dislocated to Kisii School. After redundant time, Kisumu Day defeated Gesabakwa 3- 2 to get to the tests, while Agoro Sare defeated Kanga School 2- 1
Kisumu Day defeated Ringa Boys 1- 0 to reclaim the boy’s crown.
Kisumu Day advanced to the tests after defeating Pe- Hill by a score of 6- 0, while Kanga defeated Nduru Boys by a score of 1-1-0.
Eliakim Obondo’s Nyamira Girls defeated Sinyolo by a score of 2- 1 to also retain the crown.
Lorraine Awuor and Amanda Wamalwa scored for Nyamira Girls, while Sinyolo’s Lucy Akinyi responded.
Nyamira Girls defeated Anding’o 4- 1 in the semifinals, while Sinyolo defeated Agenga 2- 0. Obondo stated that their fashion was successful.
“ Our plan was to score two pretensions in the first quarter and it worked. We head back to academy to prepare for the citizens, ” Obondo said.
Manyatta defeated Rang’ala 30- 26 to win the boys ’ handball crown, but Kakrao defeated Miranga 28- 18.
Manyatta defeated Nyamanga 27- 25, and Rang’ala defeated Maseno School 28- 27 in the boy’s semifinals.
Debutants Kakrao saw off Masosa 35- 16 while Miranga crushed Ndonyo 23- 10.
Kobala won the netball crown on their twelfth attempt. In the tests, they defeated the 2019 winners Nyakach Girls 57- 32.
Kobala defeated Keberesi 35- 12 in the semifinals, while Nyakach defeated Oyugi Ogango 38- 30 in the alternate semifinal.
St Joseph’s Kisumu won the boys ’ volleyball crown after defeating Sagegi 3- 1( 25- 20, 17- 25, 25- 23, 25- 16).
In the first semifinal, the Saints defeated God Bura 3- 1, while Sagegi defeated St Paul’s Gekano High from Nyamira 3- 0.
In the girl’s division, debutants Nivah Naliaka- led Nyakongo defeated defending titleholders Nyakach Girls 3- 2( 27- 25, 23- 25, 25- 17, 22- 25, 15- 8) to win the crown.
Nyakongo defeated Kandiege 3- 0, and Nyakach defeated Nyakembene of Kisii County in straight sets.