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St. Joseph girls and St. Ignatius boys capture Belize City Primary Schools Primary Schools Basketball championship Print E-mail
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Thursday, 15 June 2017 00:00

The 2016-2017 Belize City Primary Schools Basketball Competition came to an end on Monday 12th June, 2017, with the championship games played in both the girls’ and boys’ competition at the Belize Elementary School Auditorium.

In the girls’ championship game, St. Joseph RC School defeated St. John’s Primary School by the score of 20-7 to capture the Belize City Primary Schools Basketball Title.

The top scorer for St. Joseph RC School was Afeni Lamb with 14 points while the top scorer for St. John’s Primary School was Kelis Turton with 5 points.

In the boys’ championship game, St. Ignatius School won over Belize Elementary School by the score of 26-20 to capture the Belize City Primary Schools Basketball championship.

The top scorer for St. Ignatius School was Kyle Castillo with 12 points while the top scorers for Belize Elementary School were Jahsani Lightburn and Eric Castillo with 4 points each.

The semi-final games were played on Friday 9th June, 2017, with four games on the schedule. In the first game of the girls’ semi-final round, St. John’s Primary School eliminated Wesley Upper School by the score of 15-2. The top scorer for St. John’s Primary School was Kelis Turton with 9 points and the top scorer for Wesley Upper School was Courtney Broaster with 2 points.

In the second game in the girls’ competition, St. Joseph RC School eliminated St. Martin De Porres School by the score of 13-2. The top scorer for St. Joseph RC School was Afeni Lamb with 8 points while the top scorer for St. Martin De Porres School was Shantel Flowers with 2 points.

Meanwhile, in the first game in the boys’ semi-final round, St. Ignatius School eliminated Muslim Community School by the score of 24-11. The top scorer for St. Ignatius School was Kyle Castillo with 10 points and the top scorer for Muslim Community School was Jahstar Gonguez with 5 points.

And in the second game of the boys’ semi-finals, Belize Elementary School eliminated the previously unbeaten St. Joseph RC School by the score of 30-11. The top scorer for Belize Elementary School was Eric Williams with 17 points and the top scorer for St. Joseph RC School was Brandon Vasquez with 6 points.

On Thursday 8th June, in the continuation of the regular season games, in the girls’ competition, Belize Elementary School defeated Holy Redeemer School by the score of 32-4. The top scorer for Belize Elementary School was Sanna Rowland with 12 points, meanwhile, the top scorers for Holy Redeemer School were Kiana Novelo and Mia Requena with 2 points each.

In the first of two games in the boys’ competition, Belize Elementary School defeated Holy Redeemer School by the score of 35-17. The top scorer for Belize Elementary School was Eric Williams with 16 points and the top scorer for Holy Redeemer School was Anthony Usher was 9 points.

In game two of the boys’ competition, St. Ignatius School edged out St. Martin De Porres School by the score of 33-28.

The top scorer for St. Ignatius School was Kyle Castillo with 12 points and the top scorer for St. Martin De Porres School was Anver Fuentes with 10 points.

On Wednesday 7th June, in the first game of the girls’ competition, St. Martin De Porres School defeated won over Belize Elementary School by the score of 15-11. The top scorer for St. Martin De Porres School was Shantel Flowers with 7 points and the top scorer for Belize Elementary School was Sanna Rowland with 5 points.

In game two, Wesley Upper School defeated All Saints Anglican School by the score of 16-4. The top scorer for Wesley Upper School was Leandra Bainton and the top scorers for All Saints Anglican School were Kaylee Kerr and Tyana Arzu with 2 points each. And in the final game of the girls’ competition for the day, St. John Vianney School won over Queen Square Anglican School by the score of 5-4. The top scorer for St. John Vianney School was Alleesha Swazo with 3 points while the top scorer for Queen Square Anglican Schol was Ashley Tillett with 4 points.

In the first of two games in the boys’ competition, Belize Elementary School won over St. Martin De Porres School by the score of 25-23. The top scorer for Belize Elementary School was Eric Williams with 18 points and the top scorer for St. Martin De Porres School was Evan Welch with 15 points.

And in the final game of the day, Queen Square Anglican School defeated St. John Vianney School by the score of 25-23. The top scorer for Queen Square Anglican School was Ian Hinds with 12 points and the top scorer for St. John Vianney School was Ashton Lewis with 12 points.