TIDE Junior Freshwater Cup 2014 games results & plans
In the only game played on Monday, June 2, at the Toledo Union Field in the TIDE Junior Freshwater Cup, St. Peter Claver Boys dropped Seventh Day Adventist Boys, 3-1, with goals from Andres Miranda (29’), Thomas Garbutt (35’) and Andre Vernon (38’); while Joash Ramirez (20’) scored for Seventh Day Adventist Boys. The other scheduled game was a no-show for Seventh Day Adventist Girls, who lost by default to St. Peter Claver Girls.
On Tuesday afternoon, June 3, two games were played at Columbia Field and one at Golden Stream Field. In game 1 at Columbia Field, San Pedro Columbia Boys blanked Forest Home Methodist Boys, 3-0, with goals from Gabriel Che (5’), Ramon Tesecum (20’) and Gilbert Chiac (29’); and in game 2, San Pedro Columbia Girls won by the same score, 3-0, over Forest Home Methodist Girls, with goals from Jocelyn Coh (13’ & 25’) and Kaisy Thimbrel (28’). In the only game at Golden Stream Field, Indian Creek Boys played to a 2-2 draw with Golden Stream Boys. Andres Rash (5’ & 35’) struck twice for Indian Creek, while Darren Cal (11’ & 32’) did the same for Golden Stream.
Only 1 game was played on Wednesday, June 4, at the Bella Vista Field, and it was Bladen Boys, 1-0, over Bella Vista Boys, on a goal by Samson Salam (10’).
Only 3 of 4 scheduled games were played today, June 5. In game 1 at Toledo Union Field, Seventh Day Adventist Boys won, 3-2, over PGT Methodist Boys. Jayron Arzu (10’ & 18’) and Joash Ramirez (31’) shook the net for Seventh Day Adventist, while Carlen Ramclam (9’) and Lazarus Barrientos (20’) tallied for PGT Methodist. Game 2 between St. Peter Claver Girls and Seventh Day Adventist Girls was not played; St. Peter Claver Girls lost by default. Meanwhile at Big Falls Field, the first game saw Golden Stream Boys with a 2-0 win over Big Falls Boys, with Darren Call (36’ & 39’) scoring both goals for Golden Stream. And in the nightcap, it was Big Falls Girls, 1-0, over Golden Stream Girls, on a goal from the penalty spot by Kelyn Supaul (PK 35’).
The games scheduled for tomorrow, Friday, at Trio Field have been postponed due to other school activities.