West still the best of school All-Stars
The West continued where they left off last year with their dominating performances in the Bermuda School Sports Federation's (BSSF) All-Star matches at the National Sports Centre on Saturday.
Having won all but one of the matches last year, the West won three of the five games this time to claim bragging rights again in the annual spectacle.
In the final game of the day, goals from Berkeley Institute students Lejuan Simmons and Joshua DeSilva were enough to earn the West a 2-0 win over the East in the Senior Boys clash.
Simmons, who as named MVP for his side, got the scoring underway before team-mate DeSilva made the game safe with his first and the West's second.
Saltus student Rakeem Deshields was named MVP for the East.
In the Senior Girls' match, BHS's Akeyla Furbert and Warwick Academy's Khyla Brangman scored a goal each as the West beat the East 2-0.
Furbert was named MVP for her side while the East MVP went to Kacee Morton-Simons from Saltus.
The East got two goals from their MVP Jaman Lottimore of Whitney Institute as they beat the West 3-1 in the Middle School Boys' game.
Lottimore's double was enough to earn the win, while Kerviin Moreno from Clearwater also got on the scoresheet.
Isaiah Robinson from the Bermuda Institute scored the lone West goal while Amar Lewis from Warwick Academy was named MVP.
In the second edition of the Middle School Girls' match, the East held on to beat the West 2-1after seemingly being in cruise control. Goals from Whitney's Jahziah Samuels and Clearwater's Jasmine Spence gave the East a 2-0 lead, with the match all but over.
Kennesha Nannette from Saltus pulled one back for the West but it was too late.
K'shaela Burch-Waldron from Whitney was East MVP while Dominique Ford-Eve from TN Tatem was the MVP for the West.
The West ran out 3-1 winners over the East in the Primary game after coming from behind, thanks in large part to Rahzir Jones of West Pembroke.
The East were put ahead by Chermal Henry of Harrington Sound before Jones stepped up and scored a brace, while Enrique Russell of Paget Primary also chipped in with a goal.
Jones was the MVP for the West and goalkeeper Andrew Kempe from Somersfield Academy was MVP for the East.