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Wesley College girls lead in high school softball competition Print E-mail
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Friday, 19 February 2016 00:00

The Central Region Secondary Schools Softball Competition continues at Rogers Stadium in both the female and male categories.

On Tuesday 16 February, in the male competition played, St. John’s College defeated Wesley College by the score of 10-8. The winning pitcher was Alwayne Hendy and the losing pitcher was Alonzo Terry.

On Saturday 13 February, in the female game played, Wesley College continued on its winning path when it defeated Gwen Lizarraga High School by the score of 16-1. The winning pitcher was Shania Pook and the losing pitcher was Semaya Usher.

In the male game played, Gwen Lizarraga High School defeated St. John’s College by the score of 9-3. The winning pitcher was Devonte Middleton and the losing pitcher was Alwayne Hendy.

In the female game played on Friday 12 February, 2016, Edward P. Yorke High School defeated Maud Williams High School by the score of 18-3. The winning pitcher was Jasany Westby and the losing pitcher was Veronica Cabanas.

On Thursday 11 February, in the male game played, Maud Williams High School defeated Sadie Vernon Technical High School by the score of 13-3. The winning pitcher was Guellar Lopez and the losing pitcher was Derrick Menzies.

And on Wednesday 10 February, in the female competition, Wesley College defeated Anglican Cathedral College by the score of 10-0. The winning pitcher was Shania Pook and the losing pitcher was Lynece Seguro.

The competition will continue on Thursday 18 February, in the male competition with Edward P. Yorke High School going up against Maud Williams High School.