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Some Surprises in Carnival Competition Winners 2005

May 2, 2005 — Though most people surveyed on the Parade route Saturday guessed that Jam Band"s "V.I. Genie" was going to be the Road March winner, that's not what happened. Check out the list below to find out what other surprises might be found after the tally was taken for Carnival 2005.
The winners are arranged in chronological order from the earliest event to the last one,as provided by the Carnival Committee late Monday.
Prince and Princess Competition 4/10/05
1st Place: Amari Raymo & Deja"Nique Navarro
2nd Place: Andre Joseph & Rekiera Corneiro
3rd Place: Jahquanee turbe & Denesha Henry
Queen Competition 4/16/05
1st Place: K"Misha Victoria Counts
2ndPlace: Taiesa Lashley
3rdPlace: Shenika Freeman
Best Dressed as a Doll 4/17/05
1st Place: Gabrielle Boschulte
2nd Place: Madison Ramsingh

Junior Calypso Monarch Competition 4/22/05

Primary Division
1st Place: Jalen Fredericks "King Yellowman"
2nd Place: Khalia Baptiste "Princess Mama"

Intermediate Division
1st Place: Shiryra Crabb "Lady Prisey"
2nd Place: Shaasia Bachelor "Lady ShaSha"
Secondary Division
1st Place: Shamelle Farrington "Princess Lyrics"
King and Queen of the Band Competition 4/27/05
Jr. King
1st Place: UVI – 4H Troupe "Ajahmi Farrington"
Jr. Queen
1st Place: UVI – 4H Troupe "Valandiah Clarke"
King of the Band
1st Place: Infernos "Darryl Donovan"
Queen of the Band
1st Place: Infernos "Janee Jarvis-
Carnival Village Booth Competition 4/25/05
1st Place: Heart Ache"s Booth No. 6
2nd Place: Top Secret Booth No. 11
3rd Place: Party Shack Booth No. 1
Food Fair Honoring Lucien "Jambie" Samuel 4/27/05
Native Candies
1st Place: Lucia Henley
Cake and Pastries
1st Place: Lucia Henley
2nd Place: Cedelle Niles
1st Place: Alvin/olga McBean
2nd Place: Kenneth Howard
1st Place: Crescent Charles
2nd Place: Millian Jn Baptiste
Food Tasting Contest – Whelks and Rice
1st Place: Evelyn Lloyd
Arts and Crafts
1st Place: Esther Frett
2nd Place: Gwendolyn Harley
Best Dressed Participant
1st Place: Gwendolyn Harley
2nd Place: Shirley Govine
V. I. Calypso Monarch Competition 4/28/05
1st Place: Cedric Brooks "Spade"
2nd Place: Samuel Ferdinand "Mighty Pat"
3rd Place: Allen Fortune "Mudada"
3rd Place: Myrel Tonge "Super T"
Troupe Under 50
1st Place: Emanuel Benjamin Oliver Elementary School Present
"A Hawaiian Fantasy With a Caribbean Flavor"
2nd Place: Sun Children presents "You"re Invited" By Alrid Lockhart
3rd Place: UVI-4H Program presents "Life is Alive in Carnival 2005
Troupe over 50
1st Place: Cancryn "In Session" Led by Mr. & Miss Addelita Cancryn Junior High School
1st Place: V.I. Montessori School PTA "IT"S A GLOBAL BRICOLAGE"
1st Place: Charming Twirlers Majorettes
2nd Place: Stunts and Twirlers Majorettes
3rd Place: Sebastian Majorettes and Marching Band
1st Place: St. Thomas Tropical Masqueraders
2nd Place: Traditional Indians


Troupe Under 50
1st Place: Party Lovers
2nd Place: Pleasure Players Carnival Troupe
3rd Place: V.I. Public T.V. System, WTJX-Channel 12"s "Arthur Comes Alive for Carnival 2005"
Troupe 50-100
1st Place: The Caribbean Ritual Dancers
2nd Place: Gypsy Carnival Troupe Presents "Gypsies in Jest"
3rd Place: Jesters Presents "A Carnival Catastrophy"
Troupe over 100
1st Place: Infernos Carnival Troupe Presents "Enchanted Wonder of
the Sea"
2nd Place: Elskoe & Associates Presents "A Black and White Affair"
Troupe under 100
1st Place: University of the Virgin Islands
Floupe under 100
1st Place: Gentlemen of Jones
1st Place: Gypsies Carnival Troupe Presents "Gypsies Royal Court"
1st Place: St. Croix Majorettes
2nd Place: Charming Twirlers Majorettes
3rd Place: Stunts and Twirlers Majorettes
Mocko Jumbies
1st Place: Mocko Jumbie Jamboree "Staying Alive For Carnival 2005"
1st Place: King Shaka Zulu Nation
2nd Place: Traditional Indians
Road March
1st Place: Jam Band "How To Take De Road"

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