Kanga High School are the biggest winners in Migori county term 2B games ended on Saturday at Pe Hills Secondary school in Awendo by bagging tow trophies.
The top school in the county showed their might and will represent the county in forthcoming Lake region games slotted for12th this month in Kisumu.
Song and dance from the jubilated fans rented the air as several team were cheered on at the games.
Kanga trounced the defending champs St. Michael’s Nyandema from Nyatike sub-county by 2-1 in the finals.
Kanga’s striker Shadrack Kawa and David Opiyo won for their team in 10th and 25th minute while Felix Oketch netted for Nyandema the consolation goal after taking the advantage from the lose Kanga’s defence to send a fostering loop past Kanga’s keeper Emanuel Odhiambo in the 78th minute.
An ecstatic Kanga coach Dick Obure lauded his boys who he said will confidently represent the county.
“From what my boys have displayed in this year’s tussle, we have shown that we can as well carry the national trophy however we are still headed for a tuff task ahead,” said Obure.
St. Gema girls from Nyatike won their county trophy for the third time running when they supplanted their arch rivals Kahancha girls from Kuria West sub-county 4-0 in a sterling finals.
Levina Achieng who score a brace to open scoring at 15th and 35th minute, Linder Sherly securing a third goal in the 66th minute with the teams captain Linder Ouma entering her name in the score sheet when she netted the fourth victory goal one minute to the final whistle.
Kanga whipped Sagegi from Suna West by three sets to one to win the boys volleyball title by taking the first set by 25-21 before Sagegi bounced back to narrowly win the second set by 25-23.
However the third and the fourth sets were tensed as both teams exhibited a strong will to win the tourney with Sagegi winning the third set 25-20 only for Kanga to claim the fourth and the final set 25-19 as they capitalized on their excellent spiking to win the title.
St.Mary’s Mabera from Kuria West won girl volleyball title by thrashing the 2014 county champs St. Alberts Ulanda by three sets to nil.
Kuria west sub-county emerged the overall winner with 36 points ahead of Awendo who had 32 points as Rongo and Nyatike in the third and the fourth place with 21 and 15 points respectively.
The games were graced by Migori county Director of Education Beatrice Asiago.