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East in dominant form against West

The Bermuda School Sports Federation held its annual All Star football matches on Saturday at the National Sports Centre. Both the West middle school girls and boys saved the Westerners blushes and the East swept the primary and senior school games.

Primary School Girls:

East 2 West 1

Trinae Edwards from West End Primary gave the West a 1-0 lead midway through the first half. The East rallied in the second half and got two goals from Samoy Iris from Francis Patton. The West pressed for an equaliser but they could not get past the East goalkeeper. Edwards was named MVP for the West while Xeazjah Paynter from Elliot was named MVP for the East.

Primary East Girls: Rhiannon Higgins (Somersfield Academy), Toya Anderson (St David’s Primary), Jada Miller (Harrington Sound), Kei-aja Caines (East End Primary), Naria Smith (Francis Patton), Xeazjah Paynter (Elliot Primary), Kyjanae Trott (East End Primary), Kanzi Emery (Francis Patton), Kayla Raymond (St George’s Prep), Taejha Tucker (Elliot Primary), Samoy Iris (Francis Patton), Drew Bascome (St. David’s Primary).

Primary West Girls: Jai-La Wade (Somerset Primary), Zari Lee (Paget Primary), Jah-Qala Tucker (Paget Primary), Mezhyiah Lambert (Heron Bay), Julianne Oatley (Saltus Grammar), Megan Titterton (Saltus Grammar), Gaiya Melakot (Dalton E. Tucker), Jazz-I Butterfield Rollins (Dalton E. Tucker), Macy Sidders (Bermuda High School), Cerra Simmons (Bermuda High School), Shabrique Henderson (Bermuda High School), Trinae Edwards (West End Primary), Keyan Simmons (West End Primary), Aysia DeSilva (Purvis Primary).

Primary School Boys:East 2 — West 0

The East got two second half goals from MVP Ne-jai Tucker from Victor Scott to defeat the West 2-0. The East were finding it hard to score past West MVP Peter Sylvester from Saltus who was making superb save after save. Tucker finally broke the deadlock in the second half thanks to a deflection off a defender. Both teams continued to attack but Tucker’s late goal sealed the victory for the East.

Primary East Boys: Jaiden Furbert (Elliot Primary), Pjhae-don Douglas (Elliot Primary), Z’Dao Dill (Elliot Primary), Ayleal Dill (East End), Zakiyah Lee (Northland’s Primary), Nahje Smith (Somersfield Academy), Yusef Bashara (Somersfield Academy), Ricky Mallory (Mount Saint Agnes), Jalen Commissiong (Mount Saint Agnes), Diione Millett (Harrington Sound), Jhazii Johnson (Prospect Primary), Kashe Hall (St David’s Primary), Ryan Outerbridge (St David’s Primary), Samori Greenridge (St George’s Prep), Ne-jai Tucker (Victor Scott Primary), Malachi Trott (Francis Patton).

Primary West Boys: Joe Watson (Warwick Academy), Rudy Hammond (Saltus Grammar), Peter Sylvester (Saltus Grammar), Jayden Ebbin (Paget Primary), Daylon Whitter (Paget Primary), Shalom Cannonier (West End Primary), Zaiyas Symonds (Port Royal), Anthony Webb (Port Royal), Tyreque Smith (Purvis Primary), Micah Henschke (Somerset Primary), Kanbre Swainson (Somerset Primary), Darius Woolridge (Gilbert Institute), Zekiah Smith (Gilbert Institute), Seke Spence (West Pembroke), Jayce Baisden (West Pembroke), Jai Pitt (West Pembroke).

Middle School Girls:

West 2 East 2 (West won on penalties)

Penalties were needed to separate the teams in an entertaining and close encounter. Ember Butterfield from Sandys gave the west a 1-0 in the first half. The West piled on the pressure but could not get past East goalkeeper Talae Gibbons from Clearwater. The East got back into the match in the second half with goals from Jahzyiah Samuels and Chyna Young from Whitney. East midfielder Leah Smith from Somersfield Academy was also outstanding in breaking down any threat the West tried to make from the midfield. The West eventually got a goal from Warwick Academy’s speedster Jaida Steede. This inspired the West, who attacked the East goal in the closing stages of the match searching for the winner. Gibbons again made some outstanding saves, bravely saving at the feet of the West strikers thwarting more than one breakaway. The West eventually won the game 4-3 on penalties. Symira Lowe Darrell from TN Tatem was named west MVP

Middle East Girls: Talae Gibbons (Clearwater Middle School), Cally Blakendall (Whitney Institute), Tahjanae Simons (Whitney Institute), Jadae Steede-Hill (Whitney Institute), Jade Stewart (Whitney Institute), Zariah Franklin (Whitney Institute), Jada Samuels (Clearwater Middle School), Leah Smith (Somersfield Academy), SiYonne Hall (Dellwood Middle School), Da-Zarre Place (Dellwood Middle School), Jahzyiah Samuels (Whitney Institute), Nia Christopher (Dellwood Middle School), Chyna Young (Whitney Institute).

Middle West Girls: Victoria Davis (Saltus Grammar School), Zekiah Lewis (Saltus Grammar School), Savannah Fisher (Saltus Grammar School), Micah Pond (T.N. Tatem Middle), Symira Lowe Darrell (T.N. Tatem Middle), Zyanne Lema (T.N. Tatem Middle), Zakiyah Durham (T.N. Tatem Middle), Yasmin De Graff (Warwick Academy), Jaida Steede (Warwick Academy), Zahajahrie Augustus (Sandys Middle School), Ember Butterfield (Sandys Middle School), Nya Heyliger (Sandys Middle School), Ashley Steede (Sandys Middle School), Kameron Swan (Bermuda High School), Talae Quinn (Bermuda High School), Sophie Pettingill (Bermuda High School).

Middle School Boys:East 0 — West 1

T.N. Tatem’s Nelson Carpenter scored the game’s only goal late in the second half. Not much separated the two teams as both teams were expertly marshaled by East MVP Matteo Turner from Dellwood and West defenders Tyquann Perinchief and MVP Kamali Davis from T.N. Tatem.

Middle East Boys: Matteo Turner (Dellwood Middle), Jecoa Thomas (Dellwood Middle), Akim Johnston (Dellwood Middle), Brenton Davis (Dellwood Middle), Travis Boyles (Mount Saint Agnes), Darius Tucker (Somersfield Academy), Shamouri Simons (Somersfield Academy), Aaron Burgess (Clearwater Middle), Zion Smith (Clearwater Middle), Kenton Ottley (Clearwater Middle), Stephan Dill (Clearwater Middle), Tyejae Burchall (Whitney Institute), Dnye-jha Sherieff Hayward (Whitney Institute), Kacy Greene (Whitney Institute), Jazario Brimmer (Whitney Institute), Tyree Robinson (Whitney Institute).

Middle West Boys: Jaivaad Warren Smith (T.N. Tatem), Ahria Simons (T.N. Tatem), Kamali Davis (T.N. Tatem), Nelson Carpenter (T.N. Tatem), Tyquann Perinchief (T.N. Tatem), Tahzeiko Harris (Sandys Middle), Keeron Wilson (Sandys Middle), Haile Eve (Sandys Middle), Jade Morrisey (Sandys Middle), K-Ci Smith (Saltus Grammar), Dylan Powell (Saltus Grammar), Tyre Nosakhere (Saltus Grammar), Jonathan Hodgkins (Warwick Academy), Cameron Bell (Warwick Academy), Samuel McKittrick (Warwick Academy), Brian Darling (Warwick Academy).

Senior School Girls:

East 1 — West 0

Kalay Hollis’ long range blast was all the east needed to defeat the west 1-0. The CedarBridge Academy student was a constant menace to the west earning herself MVP honours. The west had a chance to get back in the match but east stand in goalkeeper Danielle Foote from Saltus saved a penalty late in the second half. Zahkiyah Showers from Bermuda Institute was named west MVP

Senior East Girls: Sierra Fisher (Saltus Grammar), Danielle Foote (Saltus Grammar), Eva Frazzoni (Saltus Grammar), Quesha Cox (Saltus Grammar), Kenisha Nannette (Saltus Grammar), Zakiya Lightbourne (CedarBridge Academy), Keshunnae Robinson (CedarBridge Academy), Dashae Darrell (CedarBridge Academy), Jaqueena Harvey (CedarBridge Academy), Alexis Trott (CedarBridge Academy), Terita-Rae Bean (CedarBridge Academy), Kalay Hollie (CedarBridge Academy), Salina Thompson (CedarBridge Academy), Niambia Russell (CedarBridge Academy), Asiah Joell (CedarBridge Academy).

Senior West Girls: Sideya Dill (Warwick Academy), Michelle Botelho (Bermuda High School), Connie Campbell (Bermuda High School), Zakhiyah Showers (Bermuda Institute), Rayni Maybury (Berkeley Institute), Teiyah Durham (Berkeley Institute), Keanna Gooden (Berkeley Institute), Ky’Anah Outerbridge (Berkeley Institute), Dominique Place (Berkeley Institute), Precious Cooper (Berkeley Institute), Nasaj Burgess (Berkeley Institute), Charmaine Saltus (Berkeley Institute), Mioshi Harris (Berkeley Institute), Dazhja Greaves (Berkeley Institute), Dominique Ford-Eve (Berkeley Institute), Charmaine Lambe (Berkeley Institute).

Senior School Boys:

East 1 — West 0

The East pulled off yet another 1-0 victory in the senior boys match. The east got the lone goal from CedarBridge Academy’s Caldre Burgess. No surprise that defenders won the MVP awards with the East Ashton Bell from Saltus collecting the award along with Dendre Trott from Warwick Academy for the West.

Senior East Boys: Fabio Pacheco (Saltus Grammar), Jevon Swan (Saltus Grammar), Torrae Wainwright (Saltus Grammar), Ashton Bell (Saltus Grammar), Jalen Smith (Saltus Grammar), Kioshi Trott (CedarBridge Academy), Nico Douglas (CedarBridge Academy), Demetre Daniels (CedarBridge Academy), Chae Brangman (CedarBridge Academy), Mikal Simmons (CedarBridge Academy), Nico Richardson (Mount Saint Agnes), Solomon Ming (Mount Saint Agnes), Machi Battersbee (CedarBridge Academy), Rayquan Rodchester (CedarBridge Academy), Caldre Burgess (CedarBridge Academy), Terrance Webb (CedarBridge Academy).

Senior West Boys: Seth Campbell (Berkeley Institute), Julian Carpenter (Berkeley Institute), Calin Maybury (Berkeley Institute), Calon Minors (Berkeley Institute), Errin Butterfield (Berkeley Institute), Tomiko Goater (Berkeley Institute), Ramsay Saggar (Berkeley Institute), Milan Butterfield (Bermuda Institute), Isiah Taylor (Bermuda Institute), Antonio Bailey (Bermuda Institute), Sariko Thomas (Bermuda Institute), Deshi Smith (Bermuda Institute), Dendre Trott (Warwick Academy), Kiuno Cann (Warwick Academy), Zachary Freisen (Warwick Academy), Ellington ‘Rico’ Weldon (Warwick Academy).

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Published January 17, 2013 at 8:00 am (Updated January 16, 2013 at 4:53 pm)

East in dominant form against West

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