St. John’s Antigua- Fifteen delegates displayed their talent, charisma and grace on the Teen Splash stage last evening, but at the end of the evening it was the men who took the top spots.
Christopher Felipe, of the Clare Hall Secondary School, was judged second runner up, St Joseph’s Academy’s delegate, Lindon Adams placed first, while Winston Pheonix, of the Antigua Grammar School, walked away with the top spot.
“ I guess [the hardwork] paid off in the end,” Pheonix said. “I wasn’t expecting it but it paid off.”
The men continued to make their presence felt in the judged segments. Kevin Smith, of the National Techincal Training Centre, was awarded the prize for most congenial and most improved. Lee Morgan, from Jennings Secondary, won the Prime Minister’s award for leadership skills and was also judged most helpful.
Representing the ladies, Marisa Carbon from Princess Margaret Secondary, was judged most photogenic. Janet Simon, of the Jennings Secondary, won the dillegence award, and best performing talent went to Suzetta Hamilton of Antigua and Barbuda Institute of Continuing Education.
Winston Pheonix also won the pre-judged researched segment.