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#389759 - 10/12/10 10:28 PM CSSSA volleyball competition
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Undefeated St John’s College boys win 3 back to back in CSSSA volleyball

The St John’s College boys are undefeated with 3 back to back wins in the Central Secondary Schools Sports Association (CSSSA) volleyball competition, which began at the Belize City Center last Wednesday,

The SJC boys burned the defending champs, the Ladyville Technical High School boys in 2 sets on Tuesday evening. SJC’s Alex Quan received and set the ball for Rasheed Pollard and Kareem Mckay to hammer home kills. Robert Codd and Richard Vasquez got in their points too, while Kyle Williams served up aces that demoralized the Ladyville boys to win the 1st set 25-19.

The game should have been a walk in the park for the defending champs, who still have their star attack and blocker, Roman Debride and Denroy Mccord. But the Ladyville defense just wasn’t gelling, and Zachary Garbutt supported the SJC boys attacks to win the 2nd set 25-9.

On Saturday, the St John’s College boys enjoyed their 2nd win, over the Maud Williams High School boys, who won the first set 25-22. The SJC boys rallied to win the next 2 sets 25-12 and 15-7.

On Saturday, the Ladyville Tech boys had no problems with the Edward P. Yorke High School boys as they won 25-17 and 25-20.

On Friday, the SJC boys posted their 1st win over the Anglican Cathedral College boys. The SJC boys took the first set 25-22, but ACC’s Kyle Elliott, Kirk Broaster, Ryan Bainton and Brandon Murillo led a counterattack to win the 2nd set 25-21. The SJC boys, however, hung tough it out to win the 3rd set 15-13.

On Monday, the Wesley College boys enjoyed their 2nd win: 25-19 and 25-13 over the Edward P. Yorke High School boys. Michael Perrera and Calbert Jefferies led Wesley offensive, with Brandon Lopez digging up saves to keep the ball in play for Keiron Zuniga, Jarred Tillett and Mervin Mendez to score.

Last Wednesday, the Wesley College boys had also won the opening game of the competition over the Anglican Cathedral College boys 25-12 and 25-18.

Last Friday, the Nazarene High School boys posted their 2nd win over the Wesley College boys 25-17 and 25-22. On Wednesday, The Nazarene High boys had won over the Ladyville Technical boys, who won the first set 25-23, before the Nazarene boys took the next 2 sets 25-11 and 15-9.

On Thursday, the Ladyville Technical High School bounced back from their first loss to win over the Maud Williams High School boys: 25-19 and 25-6.

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Undefeated SCA girls win 3 in CSSSA volleyball

The defending champions St Catherine’s Academy are undefeated so far in Central Secondary Schools Sports Association (CSSSA) volleyball competition, which began at the Belize City Center last Wednesday, after posting 3 back to back wins.

The SCA girls 3rd win came in 2 set romp over Ladyville Technical High School girls on Tuesday night. Krystal Bevan served 3 aces in the 1st set, Brianny Staine followed with 5 aces and Sherika Burton served up 7 aces, while team captain Analisa Habet hammered home spikes at the net to decimate the Ladyville girls in 2 sets 25-9 and 25-13.

The SCA girls had dispatched the Anglican Cathedral College girls 25-15 and 25-10 on Friday, and had won their first game against the defending sub-champions, the Pallotti High school girls 25-11 and 25-16 last Wednesday.

The Anglican Cathedral College girls posted their 2nd win when they prevailed over the Gwen Lizarraga High School girls in the best of 3 sets on Tuesday. ACC’s Vanessa Rose spiked at the net, the Flowers’ twins, Shauryce and Shaurye, volleyed the ball with the help of Amber Ferguson and Joan Magana, while Ena Encalada served with devastating effect to win the 1st set 25-23.

Gwen Liz’s Audreanna Meighan, Shanice Pollard and Shareema Moody led the counterattack, with the help of Jaslyn Myvette and Jasheema Saunders, to win the 2nd set 25-13, but the ACC girls recovered to win the 3rd set and match 15-13.

On Monday, the Pallotti High School girls posted their 2nd win easily over the Maud Williams High School girls in 2 sets. Pallotti’s Gorlee Marin, Megan Contreras, Gloria Serano scored points with the help of Georgia Young, Sade Lopez and Mariami Leiva to win both sets 25-9 and 25-14.

The Wesley College girls enjoyed their 1st win over the Edward P. Yorke High School girls on Monday evening. The Edward P. Yorke girls won the first set 25-16 with Bria Hamilton, Shimeka Saunders and Lavisha Lorenzo scoring points with the help of Krystal King, Shinelle Morris and Christal Young.

Sherlene Humphreys and Christie Gillett had led the Wesley College girls’ counterattack with the help of Raquel Simmons, Chinyere Wade, Leshawn Swift and Symone Foreman to win the 2nd set 27-25. They also had to toughed it out in the 3rd set, which went to several match points, to prevail 22-20.

On Saturday, the Gwen Liz girls had won over the Maud Williams High School in 2 sets: 25-10 and 25-23. The Edward P. Yorke girls enjoyed their first win over the Ladyville Technical High School girls 25-15 and 25-23.

On Friday evening, the Pallotti High School girls posted their first win over the Wesley College girls: 25-13 and 25-23.

On Thursday the Gwen Liz girls enjoyed their 1st win over the Edward P. Yorke girls: 25-23 and 25-13. The Ladyville Technical High School girls also posted their 1st win over the Maud Williams high school girls: 25-21 and 25-21.

On Wednesday, the Anglican Cathedral College girls won the opening game of the tournament over the Wesley college girls who won the first set 25-19; the ACC girls won the 2nd set 25-21, and the third set 17-15.

http://www.belizetimes.bz/2010/10/08/undefeated-sca-girls-win-3-in-csssa-volleyball/
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#390118 - 10/17/10 03:36 PM Re: CSSSA volleyball competition [Re: Short]
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SCA girls 5 game win streak paces CSSSA volleyball

The St. Catherine’s Academy girls are undefeated after posting their 5th back to back win, against the Gwen Lizarraga High School girls when the Central Secondary Schools Sports Association (CSSSA) volleyball competition continued at the Belize City Center today.

SCA team captain Analisa Habet and Brianny Staine led the attack, spiking at the net, on plays set by Xiomara Quan, while Krystal Bevans, Sherika Burton and Emily Evans served and received to win the first set 25-11.

Gwen Liz’s Deandra Coote, Audreanna Meighan, and Shareema Moody tried to get a counterattack going in the 2nd set, and with the help of Shanice Pollard, Jaslyn Myvette and Jasheema Saunders they won some points before the SCA girls took it away 25-17.

The SCA girls had also blown away the Maud Williams High School girls in 2 sets: 25-9 and 25-4 for their 4th win last Thursday evening.

The Anglican Cathedral College girls posted their 3rd win against the Ladyville Technical High School girls last Saturday afternoon. Vanessa Rose and Shauryce Flowers led the attack, by spiking on plays set by Ena Encalada while Agnes Lucas, Amber Ferguson and Joani Magana received and served to win the first set 25-12. The Ladyville girls won some points as they endeavored to win the 2nd set before the ACC girls won 25-19.

The ACC girls had not done so well in their last outing, a 2-set loss to the Edward P. Yorke High School girls, who won 25-19 and 25-18.

The Pallotti High School girls posted their 4th win against the Edward P. Yorke High School girls last Friday. Gorlee Marin and Gloria Serano led the offensive supported by Georgia Young and Megan Contreras, with Rochelle and Tasha Shaw receiving and serving to win the 1st set 25-14. The E. P. Yorke girls tried for a comeback in the 2nd set, but the Pallotti girls took it away 25-13. The Pallotti girls had also posted their 3rd win against the Gwen Lizarraga High School girls in two sets, 25-23 and 25-23, last Thursday.

The Wesley College girls also posted enjoyed their 3rd win against the Ladyville Technical High School girls last Friday. Ashanti Garbutt, Nerika Noralez and Shemika Franklin led the Ladyville girls to win the 1st set 25-16, but Wesley’s Khristie Gillett and Leyla Hernandez rallied their attack in the 2nd set and with the help of Keeren Maskall, Leshawn Swift, Symone Foreman, they won the 2nd set 25-15. Sherlene Humphreys relieved Juanita Gillette as they dominated the 3rd set 15-5. The Wesley girls had also posted their 2nd back-to-back win 25-20 and 25-14 against the Maud Williams High School girls last Wednesday.

http://www.belizetimes.bz/2010/10/15/sca-girls-5-game-win-streak-paces-csssa-volleyball/
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#390119 - 10/17/10 03:37 PM Re: CSSSA volleyball competition [Re: Short]
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SJC & Nazarene boys run their win streak to 4 each in CSSSA volleyball

The St John’s College boys and Nazarene High School lead the Central Secondary Schools Sports Association (CSSSA) volleyball competition, each with 4 back-to-back wins, when the tournament continued at the Belize City Center last Saturday.

The SJC boys 4th win was against the Edward P. Yorke High School boys last Friday. Rasheed Pollard and Kareem Mckay led the SJC offensive spiking on plays Alex Quan, with Richard Vasquez and Kyle Williams receiving and serving. Quan served 3 aces, while Pollard and Mckay served 2 aces each to win the first set 25-17. Dave Pascacio, Robert Codd and David Courtenay got some court time in the 2nd set, which they won 25-14.

The Nazarene High School boys also posted their 4th back to back win against the Maud Williams High School boys on Saturday. Avery Gordon and Anthony Moore led the offensive with Akeem Richardson, Frank Malic, Ryan Reneau and Aaron Samuels receiving and serving to win the 1st set 25-23 and they also took the 2nd set 25-14.

The Nazarene High School boys had also posted their 3rd win against the Edward P. Yorke High School boys in 2 sets 25-14 and 25-12 last Wednesday.

Roman Debride and Darein Skeen led the defending champs, Ladyville Tech to their 3rd win against the Anglican Cathedral College boys on Saturday. Denroy McCord, Jose Tobar, and Christopher Andrews helped receive and set to win the first set 25-20. Mark Castillo and Marvin Carcamo got some court tine in the 2nd set which the Ladyville boys dominated: 25-16.

The Ladyville boys had suffered their 3rd loss against the Wesley College boys on Friday night. Wesley’s Jermaine Madrill and Brandon Lopez blocked Ladyville’s star attacker Roman Debride while spiking home points to win the first set 26-24. The Ladyville boys tried for a comeback in the 2nd set, but Wesley’s Kieron Zuniga, Michael Perera, Calbert Jeffries and Mark Rhaburn received and served to help win the 2nd set: 25-20.

The Maud Williams High School boys enjoyed their first win 25-8 and 30-28 against the Anglican Cathedral College boys last Thursday.

http://www.belizetimes.bz/2010/10/15/sjc...ssa-volleyball/
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#390757 - 10/24/10 06:43 AM Re: CSSSA volleyball competition [Re: Short]
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Wesley & Nazarene boys win thru to CSSSA volleyball finals

The Wesley College boys will take on 2-time Belize City champs, the Nazarene High School boys in the Central Secondary Schools Sports Association (CSSSA) volleyball championship finals, after the Wesley boys eliminated the St John’s College boys in the semifinals at the Belize City Center on Tuesday.

The No.1 seed Nazarene boys advanced to the finals when they won over the defending champions, the Ladyville Technical High School boys in Monday’s semifinals. Avery Gordon led the Nazarene boys’ attack with the help of Frank Malic and Kadeem Courtenay, while Raheem Richardson, Aaron Samuels and Devon Flowers received and served to win the first 2 sets: 25-11 and 25-22.

The Ladyville Technical boys were not about to go down so easily and led by Roman Debride and Denroy McCord, they won the 3rd and 4th sets: 25-20 and 25-13, but their concentration faltered in the decisive 5th set as the Nazarene boys took it away 15-7.

The St John’s College boys sought payback for their only loss, to Wesley College boys last Saturday when they faced the Wesley College boys again in Tuesday’s semifinals. Alex Quan, Rasheed Pollard and Kareem Mckay led the SJC attacks and with the hlp of David Courtenay, Robert Codd, and Richard Vasquez, and Zacahry Garbutt as libero, they won the first 2 sets 25-17 and 25-16.

Jermaine Madrill and Brandon Lopez rallied the Wesley boys counterattacks, and with the help of some skillful serving from Kieron Zuniga, while Calbert Jeffries, Eyan Rene and Jareid Tillett received and set the ball they won the 3rd and 4th sets 25-23 and 25-22.

SJC’s coach Karym Coleman substituted Kyle Williams and Raphael Martinez into the game as the SJC boys tried for a final comeback in the 5th set, but the Wesley boys took it away 15-13

The Wesley boys had dominated the SJC boys 25-22 and 25-16 to post their 5th win of the regular competition last Saturday. The Wesley College boys had also humbled the Maud Williams High School boys in two sets 25-20 and 25-19 last Thursday.

The SJC boys had handed the Nazarene High School boys their 1st loss on Friday night. The SJC won the first set 25-20, the Nazarene boys counterattacked to win the next 2 sets 25-20 and 15-13.

The Nazarene High School boys had posted their 5th win over the the Anglican Cathedral College boys in two sets 25-14 and 25-14 last Wednesday.

The ACC boys picked up their first win by default when the Edward P. Yorke High School boys forfeited Friday night’s game.

http://www.belizetimes.bz/2010/10/22/wesley-nazarene-boys-win-thru-to-csssa-volleyball-finals/
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#390758 - 10/24/10 06:44 AM Re: CSSSA volleyball competition [Re: Short]
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SCA & ACC girls win thru to CSSSA volleyball finals

The Anglican Cathedral College girls will take on the defending champs St Catherine’s Academy in the Central Secondary Schools Sports Association (CSSSA) volleyball championship finals, after the ACC girls eliminated the Pallotti High School girls in the semifinals at the Belize City Center on Tuesday.

The Pallotti girls’ attack was led by Gorlee Marin and Jinel Flowers, who with the help of and Megan Contreras, Georgia Young, Gloria Serano and Adrianne Barillas won the first 2 sets 25-13 and 26-24.

Vanessa Rose and Shauryce Flowers led the ACC girls countraattack and with the help of Agnes Lucas, Ena Encalada and Joani Magana, they won the next 2 sets 25-19 and 25-14 to tie the score at 2 set each, and then they outlasted the Pallotti girls in the 5th set 15-13.

The St Catherine’s girls had no trouble in dispatching the 4th ranked seed, the Gwen Lizarraga High School girls in Monday’s semifinals. SCA’s captain Analisa Habet and Sherika Burton led the attacks, hammering home kills on balls set by Xiomara Quan, and Brianny Staine and Emily Evans received and served aces to win in 3 consecutive sets 25-22, 25-20, asnd 25-14.

The SCA girls had ented the semifinals as the No.1 seed after their 7th back to back win in a 2 set blowout of the Wesley College girls on Saturday, taking the 1st set 25-14. The Wesley girls, led by Kristie Gillett made a real fight for the 2nd set and Sherlene Humphreys, Leyla Hernandez Leshawn Swift, Caricia Clarke and Keri Zuniga gave it their all, but the SCA girls prevailed 25-23.

The SCA girls had also gotten the easy bye to their 6th win when the Edward P. Yorke High School girls defaulted on their game on Thursday.

The Maud Williams High School girls picked up their 1st win of the competition, when the Edward P. Yorke girls also defaulted their game on Saturday.

The Gwen Lizarraga girls posted their 4th win over the girls of Ladyville Technical High School in two sets 25-17 and 25-22 last Friday night. Audreanna Meighan, Deandra Coote, and Shareema Moody led the Gwen Liz attack to win the first set 25-17. The Ladyville girls tried for a comeback in the 2nd set, serving aces, but the Gwen Liz girl prevailed 25-22.

The Gwen Liz girls had enjoyed their 3rd win by upsetting the Wesley College girls last Thursday. The Wesley girl had won the 1st set 27-25, but the Gwen Liz girls took the next two sets 25-23 and 15-13.

The ACC girls entered the semifinals as the No.2 seed after they upset the Pallotti High School girls on Friday afternoon in 3 sets. The Pallotti girls won the first set 25-13, but the ACC girls won the next 2 sets: 26-24 and15-11. The ACC girls had also posted their 4th win in a two-set blowout 25-14 and 25-7 of Maud Williams High School girls last Wednesday.

The Pallotti girls had posted their 5th win 25-22 and 25-15 over Ladyville Technical High School girls last Wednesday.

http://www.belizetimes.bz/2010/10/22/sca-acc-girls-win-thru-to-csssa-volleyball-finals/
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#391466 - 11/01/10 03:16 PM Re: CSSSA volleyball competition [Re: Short]
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SCA girls & Wesley college boys win CSSSA volleyball championships

The defending national champs, the St Catherine’s Academy girls, and the Wesley College boys will represent the Central Division in the upcoming National Secondary Schools Sports Association (NSSSA) volleyball championships to be hosted by the Escuela Secundaria Tecnica Mexico in San Roman, Corozal, on November 5-6.

The St Catherine’s girls won the Central Secondary Schools Sports Association (CSSSA) volleyball championship finals for the consecutive 4th year, after taking out the Anglican Cathedral College girls in 3 sets each, in both games of the finals series at the Belize City Center last Thursday and Friday.

The Wesley College boys won the CSSSA volleyball championship by eliminating the top-seeded Nazarene High School boys in 5 sets on Thursday and 4 sets on Friday.

SCA’s Analisa Habet and Sherika Burton had led their attacks spiking on plays set by Xiomara Quan, with Brianny Staine and Emily Evans serving and receiving to win in 3 sets 25-20, 25-21 and 25-14 on Thursday.

The ACC girls tried to recover in Game 2 of the finals on Friday, and Vanessa Rose and Shauryce Flowers did win some points, with the support of Agnes Lucas, Ena Encalada and Joani Magana, but the SCA girls dominated 25-19, 25-14 and 25-14.

Wesley’s Jermaine Madrill and Brandon Lopez led their attack, spiking on balls set by Kieron Zuniga, while Calbert Jeffries and Mark Rhaburn received and served to win the first set on Thursday night. Nazarene’s Avery Gordon led his team to win the 2nd and 3rd sets 25-19 and 25-21, with the support of Frank Malic, Kadeem Courtenay, Raheem Richardson, Aaron Samuels and Devon Flowers but the Wesley boys took it away winning the 4tth and 5th sets 25-13 and 15-8

The Nazarene boys tried to recover n Game 2 of the series to force a Game 3, but it was not to be: the Wesley boys won the first two sets 25-21 and 25-19. The Nazarene boys won the 3rd set 26-24, but the Wesley boys took the championship by winning the 4th set 25-14.

At the nationals, the SCA girls will be going up against the Western Division champs, the Sacred Heart College girls, the Northern champs, the San Pedro High School girls, and the southern division champs, to be decided at their regionals this weekend

The Wesley boys will be challenged by the Western Division champs, the Belmopan Baptist High School boys, the Northern champs, the San Pedro High School boys, and the southern division champs.

http://www.belizetimes.bz/2010/10/29/sca...-championships/
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