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Ladyville Technical Girls and San Pedro High Boys are National Softball Champs Print E-mail
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Thursday, 22 March 2012 00:00

San Pedro National High School Male ChampionsThe National Secondary Schools Softball Competition was played over the last weekend at the Dembigh Fuller Softball Stadium in Camalote Village. The championship was hostd by Our Lady of Guadalupe High School in Belmopan.

On Saturday March 17, in the female championship game, Ladyville Technical High School defeated Belize Rural High School by the score of 19-6 to capture the national title for the very first time. The winning pitcher was Rebecca Nicholson and the losing pitcher was Sabrina Campos.

In the consolation game, Independence High School won over Belmopan Comprehensive School by the score of 15-3. The winning pitcher was Shanea  Garcia and the losing pitcher was Alea Gomez.

On  Friday March 16, in the first female game of the championship, Ladyville Technical High School, representing the Central Region, won over Independence High School representing the Southern Region by the score of 13-11. The winning pitcher was Rebecca Nicholson and the losing pitcher was Myra Torres.

In the second game played, Belize Rural High School, representing the Northern Region, won over Belmopan  Comprehensive School representing the Western Region by the score of 24-13. The winning pitcher was Sabrina Campos and the losing pitcher was Alea Gomez.

At the end of the championship Mardy Nicholson of Ladyville Technical High School was named the Most Valuable Player.

In the male championship game, San Pedro High School captured its very first high school title when it edged St. John’s College by the score of 10-9. The winning pitcher was Charles Richards and the losing pitcher was Myric Marin.

In the male consolation game, Independence High School defeated Belmopan Baptist High School by the score of 11-3. The winning pitcher was Ashton Torres and the losing pitcher was J. Lamb.

In the first male game played, St. John’s College, representing the Central Region, edged Independence High School, representing the Southern Region, by the score of 9-8. The winning pitcher was Myric Torres and the losing pitcher was Ashton Torres.

In game two, San Pedro High School, representing the Northern Region, defeated Belmopan Baptist High School,  representing the Western Region, by the score of 11-1. The winning pitcher was Charles Richards and the losing pitcher was Morris Middleton.

At the end of the championship, Charles Richards of San Pedro High School was named the Most Valuable Player.