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British Caribbean Bank, KHMH & City Council win in interoffice softball

[Linked Image] The British Caribbean Bank gave Telemedia Digicell a 15-13 wake up call, Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital trimmed Oh Henry Barber Shop 13-9 and Belize City Council triumphed 18-10 over the BEL when the Belize City interoffice softball competition continued at the Rogers Stadium.

The British Caribbean Bank enjoyed their first win, a 15-13 run-fest over Telemedia Friday night. William Smith led the attack scoring the first run in the first inning, and the bankers led 6-0 when Marc Marriott, Vanessa Dawson, Smith Bryan Grant and pitcher Evan Lamb crossed the plate in the second inning.

Telemedia played catch up when Bernard Pitts, Melanie Blake, Otis Clother, pitcher Francis Usher, Nelson Tillett, and Shanti Roches scored seven runs in the third inning to take the lead 7-6, and extended it to 8-6 when Clother again scored in the fourth inning.

But the bankers surged ahead when Marriott, Dawson, Smith, Grant, Keith Carlo, relief pitcher Romelle Gomez and Lamb scored seven runs in the fifth inning to retake the lead13-8.

Clother scored another run for Telemedia in the sixth inning, but it was far too little because the bankers extended their lead to 15-9 after Marriott and Dawson scored two more runs in the sixth.

Telemedia made a last ditch effort in the top of the seventh when Pitts, Clother, Usher and Acosta scored four runs, but it was the bankers who went on to post the 15-13 win.

The KHMH medics were energized in their 13-9 win over Oh Henry Barber shop Sunday afternoon. They opened up with a 7-0 lead when Ricardo Hermoso, Omar Martinez, Ronaldo Siu, Ryan Miller, Andre Castillo, pitcher Arlette Castillo and Doyle Ifield all crossed the plate in the first inning.

Siu and Miller extended the lead to 9-0 when Miller rounded the bases on an error by the shortstop in the second inning, and the Barber Shop crew trailed 9-3 when only pitcher Shantel Flowers would round the bases on an error in the second, and was followed by Jason Jenkins and Scott Johnson.

Barber Shop's Tommy Shaw hit a home run in the third and Edward Osbourne followed him, to cut the lead to 9-5, and Jumoke Castro scored in the fourth to narrow the deficit.

KHMH catcher Andre Castillo scored in the fifth, to lead 10-9 when Oh Henry's Leonard Linares, Castro and Jenkins scored in fifth.

KHMH's Martinez and Siu scored in the sixth, and Martinez scored again in seventh for the 13-9 victory.

The Belize City Council continues to lead the competition as they posted their fifth win 18-10 over BEL Powersockets. BCC's catcher Reynaldo Duran and Godsden Ferguson led the attack scoring 4 runs each, while Enid Dakers, Glenford Flowers scored 3 runs each, Desiree Moralez scored two runs and Tricia Tillett and Rodney Lord also came home in the 6th inning.

BEL's Adrian Gentle, Jason Bennett, Mark Cassasola each scored 2 runs, while Denise Gillett, Jamece Young, Jose Escalera and Marian Dawson scored one run each.

In the All Star game on Saturday afternoon, the Zone B stars overpowered Zone A 17-3, with relief pitcher Francis Usher scoring 4 runs, while Otis Clother, starting pitcher Melissa Forman, Mark Cassasola, Earl Noralez, and Tommy Shaw scored 2 runs each. Nelson Tillett and Denise Gillett scored one run each.

For Zone A, only Reynaldo Duran, Nicole Arana and Godsden Ferguson scored 3 runs in the 7th inning.

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The Belize Softball Federation Interoffice Competition continued over the last week and this week at Rogers Stadium with some exciting games. On Monday November 15, 2010, SJC alumni defeated Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital by the score of 17 to 2. This game had to utilize the Runs ahead rule in three innings. The SJC Alumi offense was keyed by shortstop Shane Williams' three run homer in the 1st inning.

The winning pitcher was Sammuel Nicholson and the losing pitcher was Omar Martinez. On Sunday November 14, in the first of four games on the schedule, Belize City Council won via the default route when British Caribbean Central Bank could not field a team at scheduled game time. In game two, Ministry of Education also picked up an easy win over KHMH when it too could not field a team at game time.

In the third game of the day, the Police edged SJC Alumni by the score of 20 to 19. The winning pitcher was Dennis Myles and the losing pitcher was Sammuel Nicholson. In the final game of the day, BEL 'Powersockets' finally showed up to play softball at Rogers Stadium and blasted Nestle's Oh Henry by the score of 19 to 2. BEL's shortstop Jason Bennett and outfielder Mark Cassasola both became fence busters in the game that helped the team to the lopsided victory.

The winning pitcher was Melissa Foreman and the losing pitcher was Jumoke Castro. On Saturday November 13, in the first of two games played, Ministry of Education defeated BEL 'Powersockets' by the score of 17 to 12. The winning pitcher was Marci Villanueva and the losing pitcher was Melissa Foreman. In game two, the defending champions and current leaders in this year's competition the Belize City Council was halted in its trek by the most likeable candidate BTL by the score of 8 to 5. The winning pitcher was Emily Audinett and the losing pitcher was Enid Dakers.

On Friday November 12, in the first game played, Nestle's Oh Henry defeated BTL by the score of 8 to 7. The BTL offense was keyed by outfielder Kevin Seroki homerun, but nevertheless, it came up short. The winning pitcher was Jumoke Castro and the losing pitcher was Francis Usher. In game two, Police defeated KHMH by the score 16 to 9. The winning pitcher was Dennis Myles and the losing pitcher was Arlette Castillo.

On Thursday November 11, Belize City Council rallied from an early deficit to edge SJC Alumni by the score of 11 to 10. The winning pitcher was Enid Dakers and the losing pitcher was Sammuel Nicholson. In the game played on Wednesday November 10, KHMH defeated British Caribbean Central Bank by the score of 9 to 2. The winning pitcher was Omar Martinez and the losing pitcher was Evan "Fox" Lamb.

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Education Ministry wins 2 back-to-back in Interoffice softball

[Linked Image] The Education Ministry softballers enjoyed back to back wins in the Belize City interoffice softball competition at the home of softball at the Rogers Stadium over the weekend.
The MOE softballers won easily 7-0 when the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital medics defaulted on Sunday's game.

The MOE softballers also stunned the BEL Powersockets 17-12 on Friday night. MOE took a 3-0 lead when Lorne Solis, Joseph Domingo and Earl Noralez came home in the 1st inning, and extended the lead to 5-0 when Solis and Delvitt Samuels came home in the 2nd inning. BEL's Adrian Torres, Adrian Gentle, Jamie Young and Melissa Forman scored 4 runs in the 4th inning, but they trailed 4-5.
The MOE softballers took a 12-4 lead when Solis, Domingo, Noralez, Samuels, Jerry Crawford, pitcher Marco Villanueva and Rhonda Flowers came home in the 5th inning.
BEL's Gentle, Young and Jose Escalera came home in the 5th inning, but they still trailed 7-12. Crawford, Villanueva and Samuels extended the MOE lead to 15-10 in the 6th inning and only BEL's Torres, Gentle and Young came home. Miriam Dawson and Henry Linares scored for BEL in the 7th inning, but MOE won 17-12 when Jamela Bradley and Solis came home in the 7th. Belize Telemedia upset the Belize City Council 8-5 in the nightcap last Friday.
BCC led 3-2 when Reynaldo Duran, Godsden Ferguson and Glen Flowers came home in the 1st inning and only Telemedia's Ryan Rivero and Otis Clother scored. Telemedia's pitcher Francis Usher, Lupito Acosta and Nelson Tillett came home in the 3rd inning to lead 5-3, while Usher struck out 3 batters to shut out BCC in the next three innings. BCC's Enid Dakers came home in the 4th inning, but Telemedia's lead grew to 8-4 when Acosta, Tillett and Trenton Marin came home in the 5th inning and only BCC's Duran came home in the 7th inning.
The City Council had done better in an 11-10 victory over the St John's College alumni on Thursday night. The SJC alumni fared no better on Sunday when they lost a heartbreaker 19-20 to the Police, their fourth consecutive loss by one run.

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