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Muslim Community School girls’ team is national primary schools softball champions Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 16 April 2014 00:00

The 2013-2014 National Primary Schools Softball championship came to an end on Friday April 11, 2014, at the Rogers Stadium in Belize City.

muslim sch.jpg - 155.34 KbIn the girls’ championship game, Muslim Community School representing the Belize District defeated Richard Quinn Roman Catholic from Georgetown Village, representing the Stann Creek District handily by the score of 11-4. The winning pitcher was Essenie Ciego and the losing pitcher was Eliciey Ramirez.

In the consolation game, Carmelita Government School representing the Orange Walk District eliminated St. Jude Roman Catholic from Camalote Village representing the Cayo District by the score of 5-4. The winning pitcher was Eva Landaverde and the losing pitcher was Leonie Aldana.

In the semi-final round, in game one, Richard Quinn defeated Carmelita Government School by the score of 12-2. The winning pitcher was Eliciey Ramirez and the losing pitcher was Eva Landaverde.

In game two, Muslim Community eliminated defeated St. Jude Roman Catholic School by the score of 10-1. The winning pitcher was Essenie Ciego and the losing pitcher was Leonie Aldana.

In the first game of the championship, Camalote St. Jude Roman Catholic School edged Corozal Methodist School representing the Corozal District by the score of 5-4. The winning pitcher was Leonie Aldana and the losing pitcher was Nayeli Perez.

In game two, Muslim Community School defeated Carmelita Government School by the score of 18-2. The winning pitcher was Essenie Ceigo and the losing pitcher was Eva Landaverde.

In the third game of the day, Richard Quinn RC won over Camalote St. Jude RC by the score of 10-8.The winning pitcher was Eliciey Ramirez and the losing pitcher was Leonie Aldana.

In game four, Muslim Community School defeated Aguacate Roman Catholic School representing the Toledo District by the score of 6-2. The winning pitcher was Essenie Ciego and the loss was charged to Philadelphia Ical.

In game five, Richard Quinn Roman Catholic then went on to defeat Corozal Methodist by the score of 12-5. The winning pitcher was Eliciey Ramirez and the losing pitcher was Nayeli Perez.

In the final game of the 1st round of the girls’ competition, Carmelita Government School defeated Aguacate Roman Catholic School by the score of 9-2. The winning pitcher was Eva Landaverde and the losing pitcher was Philadephia Ical.

At the end of the girls’ championship Essenie Ceigo of Muslim Community School was named the Most Valuable Player.

We say congratulations to all the student-athletes that participated in the championship.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 April 2014 16:01
 
Crooked Tree Government School is the National Primary Schools Boys’ Softball champions Print E-mail
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The 2013-2014 National Primary Schools Boys’ softball championship came to an end of Friday April 11, at the Queen Square Field in Belize City.

In the championship game, Crooked Tree Government School representing the Belize District behind the steady pitching of Kristian Tillett defeated Independence Primary School representing the Stann Creek District by the score of 5-1. The winning pitcher was Kristian Tillett and the losing pitcher was Camron Linarez.

In the consolation game played, Camalote St. Jude Roman Catholic School representing the Cayo District eliminated Aguacate Roman Catholic School representing the Toledo District by the score of 7-2. The winning pitcher was Jamal Orellano and the losing pitcher was Calvin Cal.

In the first game of the semi-final round, Independence Primary School defeated Aguacate Roman Catholic School by the score of 11-3. The winning pitcher was Camron Lizarez and the losing pitcher was Calvin Cal.

In game two, Crooked Tree Government School defeated Camalote St. Jude Roman Catholic School by the score of 10-1. The winning pitcher was Kristian Tillett and the losing pitcher was Jamal Orellano.

In the first game of the championship, Camalote St. Jude Roman Catholic School edged Xiabe Roman Catholic School representing the Corozal District by the score of 2-1. The winning pitcher was Jamal Orellano and the losing pitcher was Rudgy Sanker.

In game two, Crooked Tree Government School won over Carmelita Government School representing the Orange Walk District by the score of 7-2. The winning pitcher was Kristian Tillett and the losing pitcher was Levan Wew.

In the third game of the morning, Independence Primary School defeated St. Jude Roman Catholic School by the score of 5-2. The winning pitcher was Camron Linarez and the losing pitcher was Jamal Orellano.

In game four, Crooked Tree Government School blanked Aguacate Roman Catholic School by the score of 10-0. The winning pitcher was Kristian Tillett and the losing pitcher was Benjamin Kuk.

In the fifth game of the day, Independence Primary School blanked Xiabe Roman Catholic School by the score of 6-0. The winning pitcher was Camron Linarez and the losing pitcher was Rudgy Sanker.

In the final game of the first round it was Aguacate Roman Catholic School winning over Carmeltia Government School by the score of 7-3. The winning pitcher was Benjamin Kuk and the losing pitcher was Levan Wewe.

At the end of the championship, Ethan Wade of Crooked Tree Government School was named the MVP of the championship.

 


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