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Simeon Lopez Kids, Youth & Female Cup 2017 Tournament in Belmopan

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Week 3 results

BELMOPAN, Mon. Mar. 13, 2017–The Belmopan Football Association’s (BFA) Simeon Lopez Kids, Youth & Female Cup 2017 Tournament, sponsored by the Belmopan City Council, continued over the weekend with a full schedule of games on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 10-12, at the Isidoro Beaton Stadium.

In the first of two games on Friday night, (U-17) Bandits and Piccini Rising Stars played to a 1-1 draw. Amoteph Tingling (11’) put Bandits in front, but Joshawn Flowers (58’) equalized for the Rising Stars. And in the nightcap, (U-17) it was Salvapan Deportivos, 2-0, over Valley of Peace Strikers with goals from Jerry Hidalgo (15’) and Manuel Figueroa (58’).

8 games were played on Saturday. In game 1, (U-13) Armenia FC got the 2-1 win over Salvapan Deportivos with a goal each from Luis Esquivel (15’) and Nathaniel Emmanuel (27’), while Andriy Ogaldez (41’) scored for Salvapan. In game 2, (U-13) it was Police Cadets, 2-1, over Bandits. Kimari Davis (6’) gave Bandits the lead, but Omari Anthony (14’) and Robert Thomas (45’) replied for Police Cadets. It was a 2-1 score again in game 3, (U-13) as Spanish Lookout got a goal apiece from Derrick Guerra (3’) and Samuel Aguilar (8’) to defeat Roaring Creek FC, whose only goal was by Trevon Moody (40’). Game 4 (U-17 Female) saw the Bandits Girls with a 5-1 win over OLOG Girls. Shaking the net for Bandits Girls were Tina Rowley (8’), Griselda Cholom (18’ & 32’), Evania Sarcenio (23’) and Jessica Cayle (30’); while Lakaja Galvez (42’) scored for OLOG Girls. In game 5, (U-17 Female) it was Armenia Girls, 4-2, over Valley of Peace Girls. Jada Brown (6’ & 10’) and Ashley Rodriguez (15’ & 38’) netted 2 apiece for Armenia, while Blanca Reyes (19’) and Glendy Arevalo (24’) scored 1 each for Valley of Peace. In game 6, (U-17 Female) San Martin Medina Girls and BMP Compre Flames played to a 1-1 draw. Deyci Calderon (47’) gave San Martin the lead, but Camryn Howard (48’) quickly equalized for Compre. Game 7, (U-13) was all YWAM Valencia, as they bombed Piccini Rising Stars, 9-nil, with goals from Rannie Villacorta (9’, 10’, 37’ & 44), Jaheem Wiltshire (14’), Allen Jones (17’ & 25’), Jorgar Cassasola (19’) and Jahlique Lopez (36’). And in game 8, (U-13) San Martin Medina dropped Las Flores Wild Cats, 2-0, with Victor Galiano (34’ & 44’) netting both goals.

The tournament continued with 7 more games on Sunday, March 12. In the opener, (U-15) Piccini Rising Stars won, 2-1, over Armenia FC. Daijon Daniels (25’ & 49’) struck twice for Piccini, while Fredrick Samayoa (9’) scored for Armenia. In game 2, (U-15) Las Flores Wild Cats dropped Cotton Tree, 4-0, with goals from Brian Alvarenga (4’), Edwin Hueso (8’), Kevin Alas (16’) and Eric Monterrosa (18’). Game 3 (U-15) was a 3-3 draw between Bandits and San Martin Medina. Bandits’ goals were by Kevin Bevans (8’), Ervin Zuniga (14’) and Nathan Galvez (48’); while Eldon Chaic (5’ & 28’) and Wilber Calderon (33’) scored for San Martin. In game 4, (U-15) YWAM Valencia rebounded from 2 goals down to record a 4-2 win over Police Cadets. Dion Guzman (8’) and Jose Ramirez (19’) gave the Cadets the lead, but YWAM responded with 1 goal from Brandon Salazar (26’) and 3 from Antwan Galvez (28’, 50’ & 51’). Game 5 (U-15) saw Mountain View Revolution running over Salvapan Deportivos, 9-0, with goals from Antwone Baptist (1’ & 13’), Payvand Guy (10’ & 18’), Jahmani Hope (11’ & 26’), Kelvin Gordon (24’), Ricardo Galdamez (32’) and Isaac Castillo (49’). In game 6, (U-17) it was a 3-1 victory for Armenia FC over Spanish Lookout. Armenia got goals from Jose Galvez (12’) and Israel Garcia (23’ & 37’), while Reynaldo Gutierrez (59’) got the sole tally for Spanish Lookout. And in game 7, (U-17) Mountain View Revolution crushed San Martin Medina, 5-0, with goals from Jodie Reyes (2’), Kalli Cho (38’), Andy Umana (43’) and Tahj Reid (50’ & 57’).

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