Primary Schools Softball heats up at Rogers Stadium Print E-mail
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Thursday, 10 May 2012 00:00

Calvary Temple School Emily Gutierrez pitching against Salvation ArmyThe 2012 Belize City Primary Schools Softball Competition is well underway at Rogers Stadium with exciting games being played during the school week.

On Tuesday May 8, in the female game played, Wesley Upper School defeated Muslim Community School by the score of 11-7. The winning pitcher was Shandy Vernon and the losing pitcher was Jaddah Sacasa.

In the male game, it was St. Mary’s School winning over Wesley Upper School by the score of 18-7. The winning pitcher for St. Mary’s School was Christian Bailey and the losing pitcher was Jamal Augustus.

The competition continued on Friday May 4 with two more games. In the female game, Salvation Army School won over Calvary Temple School by the score of 6-3. The winning pitcher was Shanell Rowland and the losing pitcher was Emily Guiterez.

In the male game, it was a reversal of the female game as Calvary Temple won over Salvation Army by the score of 12-6. Brian Medina was the winning pitcher for Calvary Temple and the losing pitcher for Salvation Army was Gareth Francis.

On Thursday May 3, in female play, Buttonwood Bay Nazarene blanked Holy Redeemer School by the score of 11-0. The winning pitcher was D’Andra McFadzean and the losing pitcher was Sharen Lewis.

In the male game, Buttonwood Bay Nazarene also edged Holy Redeemer by the score of 8-5. The winning pitcher was Brian Pavon and the losing pitcher was Daniel Echevarria.

On Wednesday May 2, in the female competition, Unity Presbyterian School, who are participating in its first organised school games, won over St. Martin’s De Porres via the forfeit route. The game between the schools started and then St. Martin’s De Porres forfeited the game.

In the male game, St. Martin’s De Porres School blasted St. John’s Primary School by the score of 16-0. The winning pitcher was Derrick Menzies and the losing pitcher was Warren Smith.

The competition will continue on Thursday May 10 in both the female and male competitions with Buttonwood Bay Nazarene facing Wesley Upper School and on Friday May 11, it will be St. Martin’s De Porres and Salvation Army in both female and male games.