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Tangled web in Belize City Primary Schools Softball Competition Print E-mail
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Thursday, 17 May 2012 00:00

Devon Lee MiddletonThe on-going Belize City Primary Schools Softball Competition has weaved a tangled web with no clear cut leaders in the girls and boys competition.

The competition continued on Tuesday May 15, with games in both the girls and boys categories. In the girls game played earlier in the afternoon, Unity Presbyterian School defeated St. Luke Methodist by the score of 11-8. The winning pitcher was Ashonti Carr and the losing pitcher was Ishell West.

In the boys’ game, St. Luke Methodist ran all over St. John’s Primary School by the score of 14-1. The winning pitcher was Marcos Martinez and the losing pitcher was Warren Smith.

On Monday May 14, in the girls’ competition, Muslim Community won over Holy Redeemer School via the default route. In the boys’ game, Holy Redeemer School defeated St. Mary’s Primary School by the score of 12-9. The winning pitcher was Daniel Echavarria and the losing pitcher was Christian Bailey.

The competition then continued on Friday May 11 with two more games. In the female game, Salvation Army bested St. Martin De Porres School by the score of 9-5. Meanwhile, in the boys’ game, it was a reversal of the girls’ game as St. Martin De Porres won handily over Salvation Army School by the score of 11-6. The winning pitcher was Derrick Menzies and the losing pitcher was Devon Middleton.

On Thursday May 10, in girls’ competition Buttonwood Bay Nazarene won over Wesley Upper School by the score of 11-7. The winning pitcher was D’Andra McFadzean and the losing pitcher was Shandy Vernon.

In the boys’ game, Buttonwood Bay Nazarene also won easily over Wesley Upper School by the score of 22-0. The winning pitcher was Brian Pavon and the losing pitcher was Kyle Hamilton. With those wins Buttonwood Bay Nazarene remain amongst the leaders in the competition.

And on Wednesday May 9, in girls’ competition, Unity Presbyterian School defeated Calvary Temple School by the score of 11-7. The winning pitcher was Ashonti Carr and the losing pitcher was Emily Guitterez.

Meanwhile, in the boys’ game, Calvary Temple improved its record to 2-0 with a 22-0 win over St. John’s Primary School. The winning pitcher for Calvary Temple School was Brian Medina and the losing pitcher was Warren Smith.