San Pedro Volleyball Tournament: Week Three
Friday, October 27th, 2017
The San Pedro Volleyball tournament continues at the Angel Nuñez Auditorium in San Pedro Town. The third week of the tournament began on Saturday, October 21st, with the first game taking place at 1pm. The San Pedro Roman Catholic School (SPRCS) girls triumphed over Isla Bonita girls, with a 21-4 and 21-11 in the second set. The player of the game was Emely SPRCS. The next game saw SPRCS boys facing Isla Bonita boys, with the SPRCS boys winning both sets, 21-8 and 21-17. The players of the match were Calion and Damion from SPRCS with eight points each, and Isla Bonita’s Lara with 10 points.
In the intramural female category, the Nuñez Pirates females faced Felly’s House females, with the victory going to Nuñez Pirates females, who took both sets, 25-22 and 33-25. The player of the game was Faith Edgar, who racked up 12 points. In the intramural male category, the Nuñez Pirates males also won over the Felly’s House males. The player of the match was Ian Pou with 15 points.
Saturday’s games continued with the senior females, Wild Sets defeating San Pedro High School (SPHS) females in both sets, 25-15 and 25-11. The player of the game was Magdaluz Guerrero, with 13 points. Senior males, Anonymous, won by default against San Pedro Junior College (SPJC) males. The last game of the day, saw Barbos males winning SPHS males in both sets, 25-21 and 25-22. The player of the match was Guillermo Rivero, with 12 points.
The following day, Holy Cross girls defeated Ambergris Caye Elementary School (ACES) girls, by winning both sets, 21-13 and 21-18. The player of the match was Holy Cross’s Gilhary with 17 points. In the second game, ACES boys won by default over Holy Cross boys. In the female intramural category, the first game saw Guerrero’s Gators females winning both sets over McCorkle Sharks females, 28-26 and 25-15. The player of the match was Alejandra Garrido with 15 points. In the intramural male’s category, Guerrero’s Gators males defeated the McCorkles Sharks males, winning both sets, 26-24 and set: 15-19. The player of the match was Naim Luna, with 15 points.
In the female senior category, Fireball females won over SPJC female in both sets, 25-15 and 25-16. The player of the match was Almira Gonzalez. In the male senior category, Anonymous won by default against SPJC. In the last game of the week, WOD Zone won over Tuff E Nuff by winning both sets,24-14 and 25-12.
The San Pedro Volleyball Tournament standings are as follows, in the female primary school category, SPRCS has nine points, followed by New Horizon Seventh Day Adventist School (NHSDA) with six points and Isla Bonita with three points. Holy Cross and ACES are yet to make it on the chart. In the primary school male category, SPRCS has nine points, followed by NHSDA and ACES with six points each. Holy Cross and Isla Bonita have yet to make on the chart. In the female intramural category, Pirates and Gators have six points each, followed by Sharks with three points. Jaguars and All-Stars are not on the chart yet. In the male intramural category, Pirates are on top with eight points, followed by Gators with six points and Jaguars with four points. Sharks have three points, while All-Stars haven’t made the chart. In the female senior category, Wild Sets has eight points, followed by Fireball with seven points and SPJC with three points. At the bottom of the chart is SPHS with 2 points. In the male senior category, Anonymous and Barbos have eight points each, followed by Tuff E Nuff and SPHS with three points. Wod Zone has two points, and yet to make on the chart is SPJC.
Games continue this weekend on Sunday, October 29th, starting at 1pm at the Angel Nuñez Auditorium. Islanders and volleyball enthusiasts are invited to come out and support their favorite team.
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