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Primary schools softball competition rolls on at the Rogers Stadium Print E-mail
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Thursday, 20 February 2014 00:00

The 2013-2014 Belize City Primary Schools Softball Competition continues at the Rogers Stadium on a daily basis.

On Tuesday February 18, in the girls game played, St. John Vianney School defeated Trinity Methodist by the score of 15-0. The winning pitcher was Camyrn Hinds and the losing pitcher was Davena Perera.

In the boys’ game played, Unity Presbyterian School edged Trinity Methodist by the score of 4-2. The winning pitcher was Shemmar Bowen and the losing pitcher was Wilson Lalin.

On Monday February 17, in the girls’ game, Holy Redeemer School defeated St. John’s Primary School by the score of 23-3. The winning pitcher was Leeza Russel and the losing pitcher was Kayja Gordon.

In the boys’ game, St. John’s Primary School defeated Holy Redeemer School by the score of 21-3. The winning pitcher was Shemar Martinez and the losing pitcher was Jasheed Guerro.

The competition then continued on Thursday February 13, with two more games on the schedule. In the girls’ game, St. John Vianney edged out Central Christian School by the score of 9-8. The winning pitcher was Camryn Hinds and the losing pitcher was Hannah Usher.

In the boys’ game, Central Christian School won over St. Mary’s School via the default route.

And then on Wednesday February 12, in the girls’ game, Calvary Temple School edged St. John’s Primary School by the score of 9-8. The winning pitcher was Pauline Jex and the losing pitcher was Kayja Budran.

In the boys’ game, St. John’s Primary defeated Calvary Temple School by the score of 13-2. The winning pitcher was Shemar Martinez and the losing pitcher was Miguel Jex.