The Tema Community 4-based school won the contest after usurping a Round one lead from Presec. Chemu SHS’s best run in the national competition has been an appearance at the Grand Finale in 2001.
After slaying giants and five-time winners Presec, they should be hopeful of a spectacular campaign come June when the national championship comes off.
This morning’s competition ended with Chemu SHS amassing a total of 51 points. Presec Legon came second with 36 points whilst Ghanata SHS finished with 20 points on third. St. Margaret Mary SHS placed fourth with 14 points.
Presec Legon, the only school to have won the competition five times would be worried about their prospects in the coming years. In 2018, they were eliminated at the quarterfinal by Cape Coast-based Mfantsipim School.