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St. Catherine Academy and Wesley College in finals of high school football competition Print E-mail
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Thursday, 11 February 2016 00:00

The 2015-2016 Central Region Secondary Schools Football Competition entered the finals of the high schools’ football competition on Monday 8 February, 2016, with games in the female and male competition.

In the first game of the championship series in the female competition, St. Catherine Academy the number one seed into the championship blanked Gwen Lizarraga High School by the score of 3-0. The goals for St. Catherine Academy were scored by Renisha Martinez, Jada Myvett and Jodi Pott.

In the male championship game, Wesley College, the number one seed into the championship round continued on its winning path when it defeated Anglican Cathedral College by the score of 2-1.
The goals for Wesley College were scored by Deandre Pitter and Kenyon Lewis. Meanwhile, the goal for Anglican Cathedral College was scored by Trevon Rhaburn.

St. Catherine Academy advanced into the championship round on Thursday 4 February, 2016, when it eliminated Wesley College by the score of 1-0. The only goal of the game was scored by Zulema Ayala.

Meanwhile, on Friday 5 February, Gwen Lizarraga High School earned the second spot in the championship round when it eliminated Ladyville Technical High School 2-1 in penalty. The game in regulation time ended in a 0-0 draw.

The goals for Gwen Lizarraga High School were scored by Daneka Meighan and Ofelia Flowers. For Ladyville Technical High School, the goal was scored by Lorraine Stephens.

Also on Thursday 4 February, in the male competition, Wesley College advanced into the championship round when it eliminated Ladyville Technical High School by the score of 2-1. The goal for Wesley College was scored by Kermit Sutherland. For Ladyville Technical High School, the goal was scored by Eric Gomez and an auto goal by Isaac Dominguez.

On Friday 5 February, in the male game played, Anglican Cathedral College eliminated St. John’s College by the score of 2-0.  The game ended in favour of Anglican Cathedral College in regular time by the score of 1-0. With that win, Anglican Cathedral College tie in the aggregate score. Anglican Cathedral College then advanced to the championship round when it defeated St. John’s College in over time by the score of 1-0.

The goals for Anglican Cathedral College were scored by Trevaun Rhaburn and Darrel Flowers.