NATABUA High School's Form Seven student Alisha Dickinson is one of the top gold medal prospects for the western based school at the Coca-Cola Games.
Dickinson, one of the five athletes to be awarded a scholarship to study and train in the US for the next two years, will be looking to bag her last gold medal.
Dickinson will compete in the senior girls 800 meters on day two. The 18-year-old will face stiff competition from Sereima Liku of Jasper Williams High School.
Liku and her sister Mereseini Nadau are top contenders in the long distance events. However, Dickinson will be out to prove her worth as why she was awarded the USA scholarship in this event.
In the senior boys 800m event, Queen Victoria School's long distance specialist Emosi Bure will be out to claim gold.
Bure's major threats will be Jack Niubalavu and Ratutira Narara of Marist Brothers' High School.
Narara, who is one of the USA scholarship recipients, is out to end his high school athletics career on a high note. Narara will compete in the 400 and 800m. His teammate Niubalavu who used to dominate the Chow Games should not be left out of the equation.