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Central Christian girls and boys remain undefeated in primary schools softball competition Print E-mail
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Thursday, 27 February 2014 00:00

The Belize City Primary Schools Softball Competition continues at Rogers Stadium with a number of games on the schedule.

On Tuesday February 25, in the girls’ competition, Central Christian School continued on its winning path when it won handily over St. Martin De Porres School by the score of 20-1. The winning pitcher was Hannah Usher and the losing pitcher was Melanie Smith.

On Monday February 24, in the girls game played, St. Luke Methodist defeated St. John Vianney by the score of10-4. The winning pitcher was Destiny Rudon and the losing pitcher was Camryn Hinds. In the boys’ game, St. Luke Methodist won over Buttonwood Bay Nazarene by the score of 9-5. The winning pitcher was Avery Rudon and the losing pitcher was Mark Estell.

The competition then continued on Friday February 21, with two more games. In the girls’ competition, Muslim Community defeated Wesley Upper School by the score of 14-3. The winning pitcher was Essenie Vernon and the losing pitcher was Erica Cadogan.

In the boys’ competition, it was Wesley Upper School winning over Trinity Methodist School by the scoreof12-5. The winning pitcher was Andy Alford and the losing pitcher was Wilson Lalin.

On Thursday February 20, in the girls’ game played, Trinity Methodist School over won St. Martin De Porres School by the score of 9-6. The winning pitcher was Davenia Perera and the losing pitcher was Melanie Smith.

And then on Wednesday February 19, Central Christian School won both games played over St. Luke Methodist in the most dramatic finished in the competition so far. In the girls’ game played, the game ended 10-5 in favour of Central Christian. The winning pitcher was Hannah Usher and the losing pitcher was Destiny Rudon.

In the boys’ game, Central Christian edged St. Luke Methodist by the score of 8-7. The winning pitcher was Dennis Jefferies and the losing pitcher was Avery Rudon.

The competition will continue on Thursday and Friday of this week. On Thursday February 27, in the girls’ competition, St. John’s Primary School will see action against Muslim Community School and in the boys’ game it will be St. John’s Primary against Unity Presbyterian. On Friday February 28, in the girls’ competition, St. John Vianney will go up against St. Martin’s De Porres and in the boys’ competition it will be Central Christian School against St. Martin’s De Porres.