It was Antigua Grammar School, showcasing arranger Aubrey “Lacu” Samuel’s musical storyline of the addictive “Socaholic,” which dethroned the 2012 champions St. Joseph Academy. The latter had made a valiant attempt to repeat its winning ways, and had looked forward to clinching four titles in a row. But their talented and fiery serving of “Hot Steel” as arranged by Victor “Babu” Samuel’s was in vain; St. Joseph was knocked off its perch into second place. Read more of Pan on the Net’s coverage of one of the highlights of the Antigua and Barbuda 2013 Independence season, the Schools’ Panorama. Congrats to AGS and Villa Primary, and all the enthusiastic youngsters who participated.