Sports — 04 September 2015
BECOL Basketball Tournament rolls on in San Ignacio Town

SAN IGNACIO TOWN: Tues. Sept. 1, 2015–This year’s BECOL tournament has four U-19, three U-23, 4 female, five over 35, and 9 senior teams for a total of 25 teams. Games continued on Friday night, as San Ignacio Interstellars defeated Sacred Heart College (SHC), 27-7, in the Female division.  Interstellars was led by Jennifer Almazan and  Abbey Halliday who scored 9 and 7 points, respectively.  In a losing effort, SHC was led by Kellisha Lamb, who netted 4 pts.  Game 2 saw Belmopan defeating Eagles in the Over 35 division, by the score of 50-41. Belmopan’s top scorer was Byron “Shackles” Flowers, who had the game high of 19 pts, and Arthur “Dikes” Young scored 9 pts, while Alfonso Audinett and Robert Allen scored 8 pts each.  Eagles, was led by Karim Juan with 12 pts, Lupito Acosta with 10 pts, and Joseph Awe with 7 pts. In the nightcap, Tuff Enuff edged the home team, 2.50 Falcons by the score of 63-58.  Tuff Enuff was led by Jamal Kelly, who netted 31 pts, while Bernard Felix scored 14 pts, and Brandon Flowers and Rico Black netted 9 and 8 pts, respectively.  The home team was led by Anfernee Young with 15 pts, Nigel Martinez with 10 pts, Jerome “Diggy” Garcia with 9 pts, and Mark O’Brien with 8 pts.

       On Saturday night, Christian Ambassadors defeated Alpha Warriors, 60-35, in the U-19 division. Christian Ambassadors’ top scorer was Jamie Carbajal with 14 pts, while Paul Flowers, Jr. and Darnell Galvez scored 12 pts each, and Clency Lopez finished with 11 pts, before leaving the game with an injury. Alpha Warriors was led by Robert Jeffries, who sank 12 pts, while Michael Hyde and Shevan Harris finished the night with 10 and 9 pts, respectively.  In game 2, Belmopan was able to come back from a 15-point deficit, to defeat Assassins, 71-67, in the senior division.  Belmopan’s main man was Rhetton Belisle, who had the game high of 28 points, while Stephen “Muerte” Williams scored 16 pts, and Hayden Willoughby and Elvis Usher, Jr. finished the game with 10 pts each.  Assassins’ top scorer was Akeem Watters with 20 pts, while Winston Pratt finished with 16 pts, and Kurt “Chengo” Burgess scored 11 pts. In game 3, Panthers defeated Benque Power by the score of 67-56. Panthers’ top scorer was Trevaughn Usher, who sank 25 pts, while Johan “Cutto” Bermudez scored 14 pts, and Garret Bermudez finished with 13 pts. Benque Power was led by Brandon Flowers with 17 pts and Roberto Castellanos with 13 pts.

       Games for this coming weekend:

Friday, September 4
6:30 p.m. – (Females) Cayo Insterstellars vs Belmopan Shock
7:30 p.m. – (Over 35) Eagles vs Invaders
8:30 p.m. – (Seniors) Snipers vs 2.50 Falcons

Saturday, September 5
6:30 p.m. – (Under 23) Bulldogs vs Spartans
7:30 p.m. – (Over 35) Yabra vs Roaring Creek Effects
8:30 p.m. – (Seniors) R.C.V. Stallions vs Light and Peace

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