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#504354 - 05/19/15 06:13 AM Re: James Adderley's weekly sports update [Re: Short]
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Sports Monday with James Adderley

Good evening I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. The long awaited Game two in the PLB Championship teaser was staged inside the Norman Broaster Stadium as the host team FC Verdes hosted the Belmopan Bandits in the final showdown for a boast to the CONCACAF champion’s tournament. With 1 – zip W from game 1 the Bandits look to secure the future with this foray into the danger zone by Edmund Pandy Jr. that forces victor Cruz to come up with this defensive effort that almost provides the required result. On the very next Belmopan press, Elroy Kuylen sets table Jeromy James who really should have done better with this open look at goal. Some 25 minutes in this center off the left wing finds the Brazilian Alcides Thomas who header is a thing of branch that gives Verdes FC the 1-zip lead. So we go to second half and in the opening minutes Denmark Casey Jr. reverses this ball to Elroy Kuylen whose header is unable he beat Benito Morriera. Indeed It’s an impressive save by the Verdes keeper. Alcides Thomas looks for the double with this left foot launch swatted out by Woodrow West, the Bandits keeper and then Thomas deals the rebound straight into West’s waiting arms. Folks sits late in the ball game when the Verdes captain Shamir Pacheco picks out Jarret Davis whose left foot finish is a joy to behold as Verdes goes on to post the 2-zip and  the series with a 2-1 aggregate. We say congratulations to the champions Verdes Fv, and they’ve earned the right to represent Belize in 2015 CONCACAF champions tournament. The draw comes up live on June 1st and 2nd. Meanwhile Dalton Eiley of Belmopan was voted best Defender. Jordy Polanco also of Bandits emerged with Best Midfield Honors. Best forward proved to be Harrison Kafu Roches and he also had the most goals scored. MVP of the closing season was awarded to the Verdes Captain Shamir Pacheco. Woodrow West of Bandits Was voted Best Goal Keeper and Jarret Davis took home the Most Valuable Player award for the Playoffs.

We now turn to basketball and 2 teams already assured of the playoffs put on a lackluster show in their final regular season appearance as Belmopan Red Taigaz hosted Cayo Western Ballaz at the UB Gymnasium Saturday night. The visitors opened with a 13 zip run paced by Akeem Watters who posted the only 2 doubles of the night with 17 points, 13 rebounds and would lead in the efficiency rating with 33. For the home team the 1st field goal comes courtesy of Stephen Monet Williams and guess what his 9 points would be the team high at the end of the 1st it’s a 16 – 8 Cayo lead. In the 2nd quarter the Red Taigaz mount a comeback. Terrel Eskridge strikes for 3 and would pull up 8 points and lead the ballgame with 5 assist. Terrel Eskridge gets this put back to fall – Belmopan would outscore the Ballaz 16 to 8 in the quarter to show a tie of 245 points at the half. The 4th quarter the Cayo team executes the separations. Roger Troyer spots up for 3 – he would lead all scorers with the game high of 18 points and would pull 7 rebound. Troyer then works to give and go with Elvis usher Jr. as Cayo Western Ballaz win in a 53 – 43 final score. The win gives the West the #1 seed in the playoffs after the OW Running Rebels jerked the TigerSharks 91 to 85 at Sugar City. San Pedro is now the #2 seed with Belmopan holding on to the #3 spot. Meanwhile the final spot in the 4 team playoffs remains undecided because the Saturday night match between the 2 contenders for the #4 seed was hastily abandoned due to a near dangerous explosion at Dangirga where the Warriors host the Yellow Pages Hurricanes.

In other basketball news, St. Catherines Academy, Edward P. Yorke High School and the male and female teams of Belmopan Comprehensive will compete the 24th Anniversary of the Universidad de Quintan Roo at Chetumal Mexico on 22nd and 23rd May.

Switching  to the Belize Rural Female Softball Tournament yesterday UB Jaguars jolted Country Rose 13 – 3, Lords Bank Sunrise walloped Willows Bank United 17 – 2 and Orchid Girls beat Double Head Cabbage 7 to 4. On Sunday May 24th Lords Bank Sunrise faces Double Head, Willows Bank battles Rancho Dolores and Flower Bank passes UB Jaguars.

In cycling news Santino Castillo of Santinos won the Edmond Castro Cashew Fest Race as presented by the Weekend Warriors, Antonio Escarpeta of FT Williams/Refritech and his team-mate Mark Gentle finished 2nd and 3rd respectively, while Warren Coye and Mike Lewis round out the top 5 in that order. At the C Class six was Enrique Morales, Armando Morales of Caribbean Tires finishing 1st and 2nd. Eustace Ireland of Lampaz places 3rd.

Finally folks Strongman 2015 attracted 10 athletes Saturday at B.T.L. Park . Victor Valencio emerged again with top honors forcing Theo Gentle into 2nd place and Oyinkro Akpobodar rounds out the top 3. We give a shout out to Abu Sesay our co-worker who finished 6th.

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#504621 - 05/27/15 06:18 AM Re: James Adderley's weekly sports update [Re: Short]
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Tuesday’s Edition of Sports Monday

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.

The 4 team semi-pro basketball playoffs got off with a bang over the weekend and we’ve got the head on collision between the #1 seed, Cayo Western Ballaz and the #4 seed, Dangriga Warriors inside the Sacred Heart High School Gymnasium Friday night. The home team opens with a 9-zip run as Roger Troyer deals to Mr. Defense who shows off his offensive skills with this move inside the paint for 2. Kurt Burgess would chair the boards today along with teammate Akeem Walters – both recording 16 rebounds each – the only 2 players with double digit numbers in this category. Elvis usher Jr. then sinks this triple as the Ballaz continue their total domination. At the end of the 1st, it’s a 14 to 3 lead for the Boys from the West.

In the 2nd quarter, the Warriors come alive. Edgar Mitchell raises up 3 and its nothing but cotton. It’s Mitchell breaking the Ballaz down court for the easy lay. #30 leads Dangriga in this outing with the team high 12. And guess what, at the half, we’re tied at 21 pts apiece. Edgar Mitchell continues to shine in 3rd and gives Dangriga its only lead in the ballgame at 32-30. Alas for the remainder of the quarter, the Warriors would only score 2 more points. Naturally, the Cayo team takes advantage. Ivan Flowers spots for 3 and delivers a total 8 in the outing. In the meantime, Akeem Walters has become a true star in the league as he gets the pass from Burgess and goes left for 2 off the glass. Check his stats out people. He scores the game high of 19 pts, ties chengo on the boards with 16 and gets the highest efficiency.

Of course Mister MVP always shows up and here he penetrates for 2 of his 14 game points – picks up the foul and completes the 3-point play from the charity stripes. Akeem Walters then displays his predatory skills as the Ballaz complete the separation. In fact, Walters says try and try again and you’ll succeed as he muscles way through for 2. Roger Troyer keeps up the pressure hitting from the 3 point area to give him a 13 pt lead going into the 4th quarter. The Ballaz had doubled Griga’s output in the 3rd scoring 26 to 13. Folks the rest of the way was a cruise for the Cayo team. Mr. MVP takes on 3 on his way for 2. The Ballaz go on to break the Warriors will to fight back scoring 18 to Griga’s 6 to grab game 1 of the 3 game series in a 65 to 40 final score.

In the other semi-final show down staged Saturday night at San Pedro, the Tiger sharks escaped from the Belmopan Bandits Red Taigaz in a 74 to 72 final score. Thus Game II in the semi’s find the Ballaz at Dangriga Friday night while Belmopan will host the Tigers come Saturday night. In the meantime, Sports Monday says kudos to Rogery Troyer, who emerged with MVP honors and his teammate Kurt Burgess had the Most Rebounds with 12.1 per game and also walked away with the award for Defensive Player of the Year. Terrel Eskridge of Belmopan posted 4.25 assist per outing to earn the assist title and big up to Greg Rudon of No Limit who lead the league in scoring with a 23.7 pt average.

Turning to the football scene play in the Smart Juvenile League saw City Boys blank 3rd World 2-zip; Ladyville Jaguars edged Collet Strikers 1-zip; Brown Bombers downed Jovaun Ramos 4-3; Young Warriors and Hattieville settled for a scoreless draw while London Strikers and Charlton also played to a nil-nil draw.

In table tennis news, play in the 2015 second Bi-Annual Smart Junior Ranking Tournament saw Taye Parkinson, Terry So and Samron Pott finish 1, 2, 3 in the 12 and under division. Latrell Solis emerged as champion in the 15 and under class with John Delcid 2nd and Maurice Alvarez 3rd while at the 18 and under  category, Latrell Solis returned to grab top honors…Bjarne Gabourel had to settle for 2nd and Eric Liu 3rd.

In domino news, get ready for the Gilroy Usher’s Father’s Day Tournament on June 21st at Golburn Samuels residence on Freedom Street. To get in, dial 664-7101.

Finally in cycling news, the outback ranch cycling race was staged on the George Price Highway. It would run from mile 31 to mile 23 and then swing back to mile 33 to complete the lap. Some 40 riders in the Elite and Masters Class are suited up for yesterday’s start. And they’re off. We sight the riders in the 3rd lap with 4G teammates Giovanni Lovell and Joel Borland in the lead. They were being chased by Liam Stewart, Brandon Cattouse and Gregg Lovell. At the turn for the last lap, the configuration remains the same with the split between the lead 2 and the attaching 3 in the 80 mile ride. In fact it was a dominant performance by the 4 Digicell duo as Giovanni Lovell and Joel Borland easily finish 1 and 2. 28 seconds later, Brandon Cattouse of C-Ray outsprints Gregg Lovell of Digicell 4G for 3rd. Meanwhile, Liam Stewart of Western Spirit settled for 5th.

Jah over all, I’m James Adderley.

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#504805 - 06/02/15 05:55 AM Re: James Adderley's weekly sports update [Re: Short]
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Weekend Sports With James Adderly!

Good evening, welcome to Sports Monday, I am James Adderley.

We take you out immediately to the UB Gymnasium where the Belmopan red Taigaz hosted the defending champion San Pedro Tigersharks in a must win situation after losing game 1 in a scorching 74 – 72 decision last weekend. Facing eliminations the Red Taigaz looked to Farron Lauriano and he delivered. This missed shot by Travis Lennan, Lauriano snares the rebound and execute the put back to het his team going. Jarrel Velasquez would also play big as he streaks in for 2 of his 14 game points which would be the 2nd highest individual point total in the match-up and Belmopan lead 20 to 17 at the end of the first. In the second Belmopan look to extend the lead – Jamal Harris moves through heavy traffic for the finger roll and would finish with 10 points. At the other end Tyrone Edwards handles himself in the paint striking for 2 of 8 team points and at the half it’s a 36 – 27 score. Things get interesting in the third. Tyrone Edwards finds Ashton Edwards who sinks the triple and would hit a double digit 13 points to tie Milton James for the team high. Darwin Puppy Leslie travels the length of the court to lay 2 points off the glass and would finish with 10. Wow watch Lauriano rise up over James Milton to hit the bucket. He would post the only 2 doubles of the ballgames – 17 points to go along with 12 rebounds both games highs which would earn him the highest efficiency rating of 25. James Milton goes left with this bucket to keep San Pedro within sinking distance Milton would record 13 points. Lauriano is hammered by Raul Roches on this lay off the glass. He is a bit shook up but would continue. At the end of the third Belmopan leads 47 to 46. James Milton gets the Tigersharks going in the final quarter with this 2 handed slam. Mr. Most Assist Terrell Eskridge penetrates here for 2 points but guess what he would pull 11 rebounds and lead with the team high 6 rebounds. Well things might have gotten hard when Ashton Edwards grabs Jarrell Velasquez going up for this layup – we must say Velasquez is well natural. It’s a flagrant foul – Velasquez list free throws and the Taigaz retain possession. This change the momentum. Eskridge deals to Stephen Williams who lick nothing but cotton frame from beyond. On this trip the pass comes from Travis Lennan but the result is the same – Stephen Williams lands the triple again and Belmopan Red Taigaz go on to post the 64 – 58 big w to tie the series.

However, yesterday’s game 3 saw the Red Taigaz get jolted 67 -57 out at San Pedro. The defending champions returns to defend the title. Meanwhile Cayo Western Ballaz complete the sweep with 83 -77 victory at Dangriga on Friday.

Therefore the 3 game championship series kicks off Friday as Cayo host San Pedro with game 2 set for Saturday in San Pedro. Should a game 3 be necessary it will be staged inside San Ignacio.

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#505030 - 06/09/15 06:31 AM Re: James Adderley's weekly sports update [Re: Short]
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Football and Basketball Dominate Weekend Sporting Activities

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.

Friday night saw the opening game in the semi-pro basketball championship which saw the defending champions, San Pedro Tiger Sharks grab game I of the 3 game series in a 77 – 64 final score over Cayo Western Ballaz. Darwin Leslie did most of the damage with a 27 point output, 4 rebounds and 4 steals to be the man of the match. Raul Roches was also magnificent with 13 pts 3 rebounds and 4 steals while James Milton threw up 10 pts in the 77 to 64 big win. For Cayo, MVP Richard Troyer was his stellar self with 19 pts 7 rebounds and Elvis Usher played big with 14 pts and Geovanni Leslie puts up 11 pts in the loss.

So we head to La Isla Bonita for yesterday’s game 2 with the Ballaz facing a must win situation – win or suffer the fate of being a bridesmaid 2 years in a row. Darwin leslies demonstrates he’s still on fire in game II when he gets this pass from Ashton Edwards and opens the scoreboard for San Pedro with this triple. Leslie would strike for all of 18 pts tonight. However, the big man tonight would be James Milton who takes on the entire Cayo defense, grabs his own miss shot and sinks the ball. And at the end of the 1st, it’s an 18 to 7 San Pedro lead.

The Ballaz come back in the 2nd. MVP Richard Troyer takes on Darwin Leslie, sinks the difficult 2 and thinks he deserves a trip to the charity stripe. It’s Troyer again when Kurt Burgess finds him on the cut—the 2 is automatic. Troyer would post a 2 double of 21 pts, 11 rebounds. Tonight, Troyer’s double would be eclipsed by the play of James Milton who finds the bank open. Milton would record game highs with 22 pts 16 rebounds—quite a piece of work for which he would get the efficiency rating of 33. For a while, it looked like a head on clash as Troyer responds with this jumper and at the half, the Ballaz are behind 31 to 26.

Early in the 3rd, Darwin Leslie gives up his body for the team to sink this bucket. Troyer comes back to land this triple. Ivan Flowers then penetrates to go glass for 2 – he would miss the freebie off the foul, but would record 10 pts. It’s a 2 pt Islander lead at the end of 3. In the 4th, this flagrant foul on Keith Acosta by Raul Roches takes him out of the ballgame, but the Ballaz would get 3 pts from the incident to take a 50 to 47 lead. The Tigersharks repond – Darwin Leslie banks in 2 pts. On this Ballaz press, James Milton after this shot from Elroy Willis – Kurt Burgess stays with the play to get the bucket to record 8 rebounds and 9 pts. Alas in the remaining 5 minutes, the San Pedro Tiger Sharks would outscore the Western Ballaz 14 to 5 to earn a 61 to 55 win and repeat as champions in the semi-pro basketball. We say congratulations – 2 ain’t no fluke.

In softball news, play in the Belize Rural Tournament yesterday saw Double Head Cabbage blast Lord’s Bank Sunrise 16 – 1, Willows Bank United walloped Country Rose 13 – 5 and Easy Does It rolled over UB Jaguars 18 – 10. This Sunday, Country Rose takes on Orchid Girls; Easy Does It battles Lord’s bank Sunrise and Willows Bank sees action against Double Head Cabbage.

Checking in on the football scene, the national male team of Belize will travel to the Dominican Republic tomorrow to kick off the 2nd round in the World Cup qualifiers. We play game 1 on Thursday with the return trip set for Sunday 14th June at Belmopan. We caught our team in its last preparatory outing against an all star selection from Melchor, Guatemala. Yesterday’s outing was supposed to hone our defensive approach to the Dominican Republic. The Jaguars mount this 1st offensive foray when Deon McCauley gets led to the left by Harrison Roches; McCauley beats his man but the defense recovers and Jordi Polanco is forced to retreat. In the meantime, this center off the left wing finds Kafu Roches, but he steers it wide off goal.

Kafu Roches tries to make amends when he turns on this ball in an acrobatic strike only to be denied by the crossbar. Some 31 minutes in, Deon McCauley demonstrates his scoring ability, beating one man to launch this left foot that rebounds off the keeper and then bounces off the defense for the 1-zip lead. Deon McCauley looks for a 2nd with this header but does not get enough on it to reach the net. Folks, we must say our goalkeeper, Shane Orio, was not tested in this outing as we go to 2nd half. Meanwhile, Danny Jimenez penetrates inside the 18, but fails to find the far corner. Folks, Evan Mariano then gets this opportunity to double the lead – the shot goes wide. Belize takes the 1-zip win, but not convincingly. Nevertheless, win, lose or draw, I’m a Belizean and I know you are too.

Jah over all, I’m James Adderley.

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#505237 - 06/16/15 05:38 AM Re: James Adderley's weekly sports update [Re: Short]
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Sporting Highlights with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.

There comes a time when opportunity presents itself and indeed you’ve got to grasp it with both hands. 3 days after defeating the Dominican Republic 2 to 1 on their home ground, the national male football team of Belize hosted its 2nd round opponent in the 2018 World Cup Qualifiers yesterday at the F.F.B. Stadium. History was in the making. The Jaguars jumped out to an impressive start. Danny Jimenez deals to super striker Deon McCauley but the launch is hindered by good defensive play from Hemsley. Cafu Roaches then dances his way past the defender to launch this right foot shot that allows the DR keeper to strut his stuff. Jimenez would have an impact on this game. Some 17 minutes in, he floats this ball to Harrison Cafu Roches and this time the striker finds the back of the net for the 1-zip lead. Jimenez continues in the attacking mode, beating the goalkeeper who comes off his line but is unable to capitalize. At the 36th minute, this set piece launch from the defensive area finds Elroy Kuylen who uses his chest to control and fires this left foot blast to give Belize a 2-zip lead. His celebration is just as entertaining. Looking for a 3rd, Kafu Roches threats the needle to Deon McCauley who is failed by this touch past the keeper. Belize remains in the ascendency going into intermission as offense was totally lacking from the visitors in 1st half. In the meantime, Danny Jimenez continues to push his team in the 2nd half. Here he beats his man and fires this right foot but it’s right at the keeper.

The visitors try to find some offense down 2 nil and could have been rewarded for this effort – only the finish is lacking. Jaguars keeper Woodrow West gets some work to do on this Dominican press and he ends up conceding a corner kick. Folks it’s late in the ballgame when Deon McCauley and Khalil Velasquez deals and McCauley’s header makes it a 3-zip win for Belize. people, it’s the 1st time Belize advances to the 3rd round in the World Cup qualifications round. It’s the 1st win at the F.F.B. Stadium. Deon McCauley leads the world in scoring with 3 goals along with 6 others around the globe. Elroy Kuylen is among 22 players who have scored 2 goals at this juncture. Folks we beat a team that demonstrated very little defense which means things will only get tougher. We’ll know we face next when the 3rd round draw comes up on July 22nd at Russia. As Coach Charlie Slusher said, it’s a big win yesterday, but there were some glaring shortcomings. Nevertheless this is a time for celebration. Congratulations Jaguars.

In other football news, play in the 4th annual Smart 13 and Under Tournament saw Collet Strikers edge Lace of Belize 1-zip. City Boys and London Strikers rallied to a scoreless stalemate; Brown Bombers downed Rising Stars 3-zip; Carlston Strikers burned 3rd World 1-zip; Hattieville Youth and Heights FC ended nil-nil and Young Warriors got the win over Ladyville Jaguars.

In basketball news, we caught up with Friday night’s interoffice match up at Bird’s Isle between Central Health and Digicell 4G. It’s a 6-6 tie in the ballgame when Nicholas Neil finds Steven Wade who sinks the triple and would put up 12 pts for Central Health. Harris Patten adds to the Central Health run staying with this play to grab the rebound and stick the put back. He would score the game high of 14 pts and also had 6 rebounds. At the end of the 1st quarter it’s a 17 to 10 lead. Digicell 4G try to fight back, Linsworth Graham hits from beyond the arc and would put up 6 pts. Give Lennox Cayetano some props for this dunk as he scores 2 of his 6 pts. Raheem Staine storms through the paint for 2 of his team high 11 pts. Travis Bernardez beats everybody down court on this play and would finish with 10 pts. Central Region goes on to post the 59 to 45 big win. In the nightcap, Belize Bank Bulldogs overcame Central Bank in a 59 – 53 final score.

Finally folks, the weekend warrior regular Sunday race found some 26 riders suit up for the ride. In money time, it was Warren Coye of Team Santino’s winning in a 5 man sprint, forcing Kirk Sutherland of Digicell 4G into 2nd, Santino Castillo hangs on for 3rd, but would also claim the 1st prize for ‘B’ riders. Mark Gentle takes 4th, while Vallan Symms of Benny’s rounds out the top 5.

Jah over all, I’m James Adderley.

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#505566 - Yesterday at 05:58 AM Re: James Adderley's weekly sports update [Re: Short]
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Football and Basketball Stats from Weekend Sporting Events

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.

PLB 2015 Champion, Verdes FC headed north to Louisiana Field to face an Orange Walk selection in preparation for its opening match in CONCACAF’s Champions Tournament against the Mexican professional team, QuereHero sometime in August. It starts off with a bang people…five minutes in, Verdes keeper Benito Moriera comes off his line to make this interception and strikes Omar Duran with the extended right knee and is lucky to get away with only a yellow card. More importantly, Eliazar Itza steps up to beat him in the near corner to give the selection a 1-zip lead. Moriera continues to live dangerously when he receives this defensive pass and dances his way out of goal to eventually make the clearance. Talk about a professional shot people, watch the give and go between Aldair Chan and Eliazar Itza who finishes with a beauty of a shot that has power, speed, bend and placement as the Oragne Walk selection spurts to a 2-nil lead at the 23rd minute. Hey, who is the PLB Champion here?

Stung and embarrassed, the champion strikes back. It comes around the 28th minute when Rodney Pacheco, El Capitan, curls this set piece to Alcides Thomas whose header makes it a 2-1 ballgame. At the 34th minute, Alcides Thomas sends this pass across the goal mouth; it reaches Marlon Mordlan and just like that we’re tied at 2apiece. OW looks to break the tie off this spot kick just on top the 18 and Benito Moriera is forced to give up his body to make the save against a charging Andrew Allen and at the half, we have a 2-2 tie. Early into 2nd half play, Osmar Duran attacks off this poor defensive clearance by Verdes but the Verdes Keeper, Jusut Guerra comes up with an impressive finger touch save to deny OW the lead. However, there would be no more goals in this one as both teams decided to settle for a 2-2 stalemate.

In other football news, the OW U-12 championships as Young School and White House battle for the title. Kenrick Tellez of Young School gets the opportunity to move the scoreboard but is failed by the final touch. At the other end, Luis Sosa gets this chance with the header only to see it sail outside the sticks. Luis Sosa of White House gets this look at goal from pointblank range and misses the target. In 2nd half action, it’s Tellez again looking for the Young School goal but is beaten by the keeper for possession. The ballgame ends in a scoreless draw. Said Perera gives Yougn School the lead in the penalty kicks for the title with this nice placement for the 1-nil. At 13 and under level, it’s Orange Walk Central and Elite promo battling for title. The Elite Promo Team gets this freebie when the Stars keeper fumbles the ball to Joan Bull for the 1-zip lead.

In track and field news, Belize has been doing well in the Central American Secondary Schools Track and Field Championship being staged in Managua, Nicaragua. Kaina Martinez received silver in the 100 mm with a time of 11:59 secs. Alexia Neal struck for bronze in the 110 mm hurdles in 1 minute 6:67 seconds. Katy Sealy threw the shot put 11:25 meters for bronze. Meanwhile, big kudos to Katy Sealy who struck for gold in the Heptathlon with 4614 pts. Brandon Jones was big also with gold in the triple jump posting 15:31 meters – you’re large. Shanika Augustine took bronze in triple jump so did Kenneth Brackett. And Belize struck for silver in the 4X400 meters relay with [#%!] time of 4 minutes 1:62 seconds. We say congratulations to the national secondary schools sporting association and its athletes.

Finally to the basketball scene, Infotel and Complex General faced off Friday night in the Inter-Office Tournament at Bird’s Isle. Delroy Faber literally put Infotel on his back striking for the game highest of 13 pts and a mind boggling 21 rebounds. He got help from Stafford Young who hit 8 pts and Devin Bladden who threw up 7. High man for Complex General was Ron Nicholas who posted 11 pts and 7 boards in the 53 to 33 loss.

Jah over all, I’m James Adderley.

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