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E.P. Yorke girls and Wesley College boys are Central Zone high school softball champions 2020

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Mar. 19, 2020– Last Friday at Rogers Stadium, the Central Secondary Schools Sports Association (CSSSA) held its female and male softball championships. Emerging victorious for the females was Edward P. Yorke High School, who defeated Ladyville Technical High, 24-9, in finals; while for the males, it was Wesley College winning, 10-0, over Ladyville Technical for the championship.

Wesley College boys – Central Zone High School Male Softball Champions 2020

Individual awards for the tournament went to:

FEMALES: Most Strikeouts – Dorla Guerra (E.P. Yorke); Most Wins – Dorla Guerra (E.P. Yorke); Most Stolen Bases – Kariel Kelly (E.P. Yorke); Most Runs Batted In (RBIs) – Kariel Kelly (E.P. Yorke); Best Batting Average – Kariel Kelly (E.P. Yorke); Most Valuable Player – Kariel Kelly (E.P. Yorke)

MALES: Most Strikeouts – Terrence St. Clair (Wesley College); Most Wins – Zion Conorque (Ladyville Tech); Most Stolen Bases – Jaheed Cabañas (Maude Williams High); Most Runs Batted In (RBIs) – Sherwane Hendy (Ladyville Tech); Best Batting Average – Edrei Sosa (E.P. Yorke); Most Valuable Player – Terrence St. Clair (Wesley College).

E.P. Yorke High School girls and Wesley College boys will represent the Central Zone at the NSSSA softball championships to be hosted by Belmopan Comprehensive School at the Joan Garbutt Stadium in Esperanza Village at a date to be set after passage of the COVID-19 crisis.

Feature photo: E.P. Yorke girls – Central Zone High School Female Softball Champions 2020

(Information courtesy William Ysaguirre)

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