On a bright note for the night - Belize has a reason to celebrate: Last week a contingent of more than 60—including athletes and coaches—represented the University of Belize and the jewel in the 4th (JUDUCA GAMES) Sport Games of Central American Universities. The games took place from April 16 – April 20 in Guatemala City, Guatemala. The delegation from UB joined counterparts from 15 other Central American universities to compete in the disciplines of chess, football, basketball, track and field, futsal, table tennis, swimming, karate, and volleyball. The UB Black Jaguars fielded male teams in volleyball, football, and basketball; and male and female teams in track and field. The Black Jaguars overpowered the competition and captured gold for basketball and two bronze medals for track and field. Irice Reyes finished third in the female long jump (4.95 m) and Mark Anderson also finished third in the Male 200 m clocking 11:01 seconds. In basketball, UB Black Jaguars defeated University de San Carlos de Guatemala 57 - 51 to take the gold with an undefeated record after defeating Honduras, Nicaragua, and El Salvador. Black Jaguars finished fourth in volleyball and football. JUDUCA—held every two years—is a genuine gesture of integration and Central American University student fellowship in the name of sports that offers student athletes the opportunity to compete in sporting events that also promotes cultural coexistence. It is an activity organized and supported by the Central American University Higher Council (CSUCA) and the Regional Council Vice Chancellor of Student Life (CONREVE).