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Thursday, 25 April 2013 00:00

The Belize City Primary Schools Basketball Competition continued at Bird’s Isle in Belize City with a number of games in the girls’ and boys’ competition.

On Tuesday, April 23rd, in the only girls game played, Muslim Community School won over St. John Vianney School by the score of 6-4. The top scorer for Muslim Community was Shala Smith with 6 points, while the top scorers for St. John Vianney School were Princella Samuels and Jasmine Sanchez with 2 points each.

In the first of three boys games played, St. Ignatius School defeated St. Martin De Porres School by the score of 23-21. The top scorer for St. Ignatius School was Malique rose with 18 points, while the top scorers for St. Martin De Porres School were Glen Arzu and Derrick Menzies with 5 points each.

In the second game, Ephesus Seventh Day Adventist School defeated Trinity Methodist School by the score of 20-9. The top scorer for Ephesus SDA was Antawn Palacio with 10 points while Jason Ellis top scored for Trinity Methodist with 3 points.

In the final game of the day, New Horizon won via the default route over St. Mary’s School.

On Monday, April 22nd, in the girls game played, Holy Redeemer School defeated Belize Elementary School by the score of 9-6. The top scorer for Holy Redeemer was Kelsie Moss with 4 points while the top scorers for Belize Elementary School were Juliana Ramos, Mariette Romero and Zazie McKenzie with 2 points each.

In the first game in the boys’ competition, Belize Elementary School defeated Buttonwood Bay Nazarene by the score of 22-16. The top scorer for Belize Elementary School was Cusion Wong with 5 points while the top scorer for Buttonwood Bay Nazarene was Cory Anderson with 8 points.

In game two, Ephesus Seventh Day Adventist won over Queen Street Baptist School by the score of 33-6. The top scorer for Ephesus SDA was Antawn Palacio with 11 points, while the top scorer for Queen Street Baptist School was Glenford Gillett with 4 points.

In the final game of the afternoon, Holy Redeemer School defeated its sister school St. Ignatius by the score of 23-11. The top scorer for Holy Redeemer was Brian Sutherland with 8 points meanwhile; the top scorer for St. Ignatius School was Malique Rose with 6 points.

On Friday, April 19th, in the first of two games in the boys’ competition, Holy Redeemer School defeated Unity Presbyterian School by the score of 28-7. The top scorer for Holy Redeemer was Athym Hutchinson with 8 points and the top scorer for Unity Presbyterian was July Barrientos with 4 points.

In game two, Hummingbird Elementary School won over Queen Street Baptist School via the default route.

The competition continued on Thursday, April 18th, with four games on the schedule. In the only girls’ game on the schedule, Holy Redeemer School won over Muslim Community via the default route.
In the first of three boys’ games played, St. Luke Methodist School defeated St. Mary’s School by the score of 24-9. The top scorer for St. Luke Methodist was Adrian Arnold with 11 points while the top scorer for St. Mary’s School was Carlos Marin with 7 points.

In game two, Trinity Methodist School defeated Queen Street Baptist School by the score of 20-8. The top scorer for Trinity Methodist was Jason Ellis with 11 points while the top scorer for Queen Street Baptist was Aaron Garbutt with 4 points.

In the third and final game of the day, St. Martin De Porres School defeated Unity Presbyterian School by the score of 23-5. The top scorer for St. Martin De Porres School was Deon Edwards with 8 points, while the top scorer for Unity Presbyterian School was July Barrientos with 3 points.