St. John’s College to host National High School Football championship Print E-mail
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Friday, 19 February 2016 00:00

The National Secondary Schools Sports Association (NSSSA) will be playing host to the National High Schools Football Championship at the MCC Grounds on Friday 19 February, 2016, and on Saturday 20 February. This year’s championship will be hosted by St. John’s College.

The schools that have earned the right to represent their respective zones are from the Northern Region (female) Corozal Community College and in (male) San Pedro High School. From the Central Region (female) St. Catherine Academy and in (male) Anglican Cathedral College. From the Western Region in (female) Belmopan Comprehensive School and in (male) Sacred Heart College and from the Southern Region (female) Independence High School and in (male) Julian Cho Technical High School.

The competition will commence on Friday 19 February with four games on the schedule. In female game one Belmopan Comprehensive School will see action against Independence High School. This will be followed by male game one which will see Sacred Heart College against Julian Cho Technical High School. In female game two, Corozal Community College will go up against St. Catherine Academy. And in the final game of the day in the male competition, San Pedro High School will go up against Anglican Cathedral College.

The competition will continue of Saturday 20 February, with the consolation games in the female and male competition and this will be followed by the championship games.