West MVP Katherine Bean Rosario from West End was on fire as she scored 4 goals to lead them to a 7 - 1 win over the East. Samara Darrell from Warwick Academy added 2 goals and Ramiah Brangman also from West End scored once for the West, while Thea Teglegaard from Saltus Grammar scored the lone goal for the East. Goalkeeper Caitlyn Coleman from Saltus was voted the MVP for East.
Middle School Girls
West 8 East 3
T. N Tatem Middle School speedster Za'Kayza Parsons was named the West All-Star MVP after she scored 3 goals in her team's 8 - 3 win over the East. Emily Hartwig from the Saltus Grammar School chipped in with 2 goals, while Adia Gibbons and Danni Watson from T.N.Tatem and Selah Tuzo from Saltus Grammar School all added a goal each, the East got single strikes from Bermuda High School MVP Katelyn Madeiros, Christianna Warren from Mount Saint Agnes and Taja Williams from Bermuda High School.
Primary School Boys
East 5 West 4
Although the temperature at the National Sports Center was almost unbearable the Primary School All-Star match proved to be very hot with the East edging the West 5 - 4. The East got two goals from Francis Patton MVP Jutorre Burgess, while Jannis Roberts from St. George's Prep., Zano Tucker from Northlands and Gianni Burgess from Francis Patton all added a goal each for the East. The West got two goals from Sachiel Ming from Saltus Grammar School, while Enrique Mendes from Somerset Primary and Enoch Joseph from the Paget Primary both added a goal each. Bakari Furbert from Saltus Grammar School was named the West MVP.
Thursday, January 19, 2017
More BSSF All-Star Teams Announced
The Bermuda School Sports Federation All Star matches continue on Friday January 20th with the Middle School Boys, Senior School Girls and School School Boys Football matches at the National Sports Center North Fields.
Friday will start at 4:00pm with the Middle School boys. The senior school girls will battle each other at 5:45pm and the Senior Boys will end the two days of matches at 7:30pm.
Overseas coaches from various schools have flown in to watch the games in the hope of finding talented players to bolster their programmes.
Chris Parsons from NCAA division III school Thomas College is no stranger to our shores. His current squad boasts eight local players. Jason O’Keefe is the other university coach attending. O’Keefe is the current head coach of Appalachian State in Division I
Owen Finberg from South Kent and Rusty Scarborough and Joe Walejko from IMG Academy in Florida will also be here for the matches.
MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS
EAST TEAM: COACH VERNON LAMBE
Coleridge Fubler Jr., Nathan Furbert, Noldre Brown, Oni Smith, Deandre’Warner, Antony Smith, Allan Martin (whitney Institute Middle School) Ari Cannonier, Tyrone Burgess, Kirk Stevens (Clearwater Middle School) Kendin Basden, Alessio Dane-Pinardi, Jervay Laws, Matthew Elliott (Somersfield Academy) Jahdae’ Broadbelt, Da-Neko Hardy (Dellwood Middle School) Owen Botelho (Mount Saint Agnes Academy)
The Bermuda School Sports Federation kicks off it’s All Star matches with the Primary School Girls, Middle School Girls and Primary School Boys Football matches at the National Sports Center North Fields on Thursday, January 19th.
The Primary School Girls will get things started at 3:30pm. The middle School Girls will follow at 5:00pm with the Primary School Boys finishing things off at 6:30pm.
PRIMARY SCHOOL GIRLS:
EAST TEAM – COACH NURI LATHAM
Caitlyn Coleman, Brittany Pacheco, Thea Teglegaard (Saltus Grammar School) Gabrielle Turchiaro, Kaitlyn Burnard, Anabelle Morgan (Bermuda High School) Amaya Rollins (St. George’s Preparatory) Samiyah Burgess, Sarai Packwood, Amaya Smith (Northlands Primary School) Jada McFadden, Tamara Dean, Zen Joseph (Harrington Sound Primary School) Vintage’ Lightbourne- Thomas (Victor Scott Primary School)
WEST TEAM – COACH DUSTIN FERRIS
Katherine Bean Rosario, Ramiah Brangman, Azra Shakir (West End Primary) Adriana Argent, Samara Butterfield, Kylie Butterfield (Warwick Academy) Shirlae Taylor (Heron Bay Primary School) A’Maya DeRosa, Shayna Patterson (Paget Primary School) Ni’Asia Pitcher, Zha Lei Looby (Purvis Primary School) Milahn Powell, Amya Harvey, Quannae Lowe (Port Royal Primary School) Dominique Brown (Gilbert Institute)
MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS:
EAST TEAM: COACH NAQUITA ROBINSON
Abbie Barker, Rose Simmons, Katelyn Madeiros, Lara Backenberg, Taja Williams (Bermuda High School) Jada Miller, Jahde Simmons, Jahni Simmons, Kenshae Richardson, Satia Burchall (Whitney Institute Middle School) Christianna Warren (Mount Saint Agnes Academy) Azare Easton, Sh’nyah Akinstall (Dellwood Middle School) Terrinae Trott, Shye Blair-Paynter, Nezuri Paynter (Clearwater Middle School) Myeisha Sharrieff (Somersfield)
4:00 - Middle Boys 5;45 - Senior Girls 7:30 - Senior Boys
Sunday, January 15, 2017
Walsall Announce Butterfield in Bermuda Team
Walsall are reporting that Young midfielder Milan Butterfield has received a Bermuda Under 20 call up as he will head to Costa Rica for International Duty.
Butterfield has been called up to represent Bermuda’s Under-20 side as they enter the CONCACAF Championships next month for the first time in the country’s history.
The 18-year old will link up with his fellow countrymen for the competition opener on February 17th. The first stage of the competition comes to a close on 26th February but should Bermuda progress into the latter rounds, Butterfield could be absent from club duty until 5th March.
The 6-foot-4 inch midfielder has been a regular starter for John Ward’s development side this season and has been praised in recent weeks for his rapid rate of progression.
The club would like to wish Milan and Bermuda the best of luck for the competition.