CedarBridge Crowns First Sports King & Queen

January 18, 2018 | 4 Comments

[Written by Denise Weekes-Burke]

S4 students Christopher Bean and Debre Evans have been crowned CedarBridge Academy Sports King and Queen.

The Inaugural CedarBridge Academy [CBA] Sports Pageant, came off on Saturday, January 13 in the Ruth Seaton James Centre for the Performing Arts under the Distinguished Patronage of the Minister of Social Development and Sports Zane De Silva.

17-year-old Evans, who represented the sport of netball walked away from Saturday night’s competition as the ‘first ever’ CBA Sports Queen, beating out Telilah Wears, 1st runner up, who represented track and field and Jade Stewart, 2nd runner up, who represented football.

CBA Sports King and Queen: Christopher Bean and Debre Evans

CedarBridge Academy Sports King and Queen Bermuda Jan 2018

“The last thing I expected was to win, but it was an honor to be crowned the first ever CBA Sports Queen,” Evans said. “The sports pageant allowed me to showcase my love for dance and netball and it allowed me to get out of my comfort zone.”

Evans noted that she was proud of her friends who contested the title noting that they are all winners. She pledged her support for future CBA sports pageants.

In the Sports King category, 17-year-old Bean, representing the sport of rugby, stamped his authority to take the title of CBA Sports King beating out Tomiko Douglas, 1st runner up, who represented basketball and Jahkeylo Burgess, 2nd runner up, who represented football.

Bean’s confidence was evident throughout the night. “The competition was difficult but I did my best and I am proud of my fellow contestants,” Bean said. “It’s an honour being crowned the first CBA Sports King and I look forward to seeing the new tradition continue to support CedarBridge Academy and all the students at Bermuda’s number one highschool.”

The competition was keenly contested as students competed in four categories including a sports scene where students displayed their various sporting skills, talent, evening gown, and an evening scene question.

In the ‘Sports Queen’ category, Evans, Wears, Stewart and Zuriah Gibson-Daniels, who represented boxing, advanced to the finals after the first four rounds to answer the final question. S2 students Jah-Qala Tucker and Kelise Stewart were the other contestants in the female category.

Tucker and Stewart represented netball and volleyball respectively. All four male contestants, including Jhazii Johnson, S2 student, who represented basketball, advanced to the finals to answer the final question.

Johnson and Kelise Stewart were named Mr. and Miss Photogenic while Burgess and Gibson-Daniels copped Mr. and Miss Sportsmanship.

The audience were treated to an amazing presentation by all contestants, particularly, in the sports scene, where the various sports were depicted.

Our student-athletes are extremely talented and it was an awesome opportunity for them to showcase their sporting skills and their accomplishments.”

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  1. ROGER LAMBERT says:

    CONGRATULATIONS to All the Competitors for going forward and Showcasing Your Skills. (Hope that number increases).

    That makes You All WINNERS & Practicing what You Learned will help keep You A Winner. CONGRATULATIONS Christopher & Debre for being the Overall WINNERS.

  2. Warwick West says:

    So pleased this achievement based rather then something like beauty; which lovely but achievement based we can all aspire to with real meaning. Well done.

  3. Agree says:

    Congratulations!

  4. Mary Lodge says:

    Prep is so proud of you Debre.

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