ST. THOMAS - The St. Thomas-St. John U15 Select soccer team is headed to Tortola, where they will play the Tortola U15 national team today.
"I'm really confident. We have some incredible youth on levels that I have not really seen before," said U15 head coach Joe Limeburner.
ST. THOMAS - The Charlotte Amalie High School Lady Hawks closed out their season with a huge win over rival Ivanna Eudora Kean Lady Rays on Thursday, beating them, 18-12, at Alvin McBean Ballpark.
With the win, the Lady Hawks evened the season series with the Lady Rays at 2-2.
"I think the game was pretty good. Kean made some crucial errors, which we capitalized on," said CAHS head coach Betty Vanterpool. "Both teams gave up some walks and some errors. We just had some extremely good hits that pushed us over the edge."
ST. THOMAS - The Ivanna Eudora Kean Devil Rays pulled through in the second half to beat the Charlotte Amalie Chickenhawks, 1-0, on Thursday at the UVI field.
"It wasn't a game where either team had many clear chances. Very few chances for goalkeepers had to make major saves," said Devil Rays head coach Glen Monticeux. "It was a tight game, played more in the middle of the field. It was a real team win."
ST. THOMAS - The Antilles Hurricanes and All Saints Vikings played to a 2-2 draw Thursday at the Antilles field.
"They played great. It was a really tough game. We showed heart coming back," said Hurricanes assistant coach Mike de Haas.
Antilles (3-3-1) scored first when Tyler Percell netted a goal early in the first half.
But All Saints (2-3-1) answered with back-to-back goals by Dwight Ferguson and Joey Berry.
ST. THOMAS - Powered by the superb hitting of Tahaira Bellot, Malikah Fredericks and Elisha Slack, the Charlotte Amalie High School Lady Hawks clobbered the All Saints Cathedral School Lady Vikings on Wednesday, winning, 16-6, in varsity girls softball action at Emile Griffith Ballpark.
Bellot had two home runs, a triple, and a double on 4-for-4 hitting, while Fredericks also went 4-for-4, getting a homer and triple. Not to be outdone, Slack hit 3-for-4 with a homer, a triple and a double.
Sports, Parks and Recreation/Waste Management Agency finished a strong season in the SP&R Governmental and Industrial Coed Slow-pitch Softball League on Monday with a 6-1 win over Native Son/Crown Bay/Da Vybe in Game 5 of the league championship series at Emile Griffith Ballpark on St. Thomas.
With the win, SP&R/WMA clinched the best-of-7 series, 4-1.
Leon Martin Jr. led the way for SP&R/WMA going 2-for-3 at the plate for two runs batted. The team totalled eight hits in the game. Teammate Akeem Francis added another RBI on two hits.