[SPORTS]:::St. James High girls advance

No. 64 Wednesday, March 10, 2010
By Audrey Phillips
St. James High have booked their spot in the next round of the 2010 season of the ISSA/Locker Room Sports Girls Football Competition topping the region with 27 points from 10 matches.

    The Hugh Solomon and Nashaun Richards coached girls have just one blemish on the season - a lost to Spot Valley High. But that loss aside, St. James has been playing quality football and look like real contenders for the big prize.
    They have scored 29 goals to date conceding only 5. Spot Valley High sits in second position on 22 points from 10 matches conceding only five goals while scoring 27. They have lost 1 game, while drawing two.
    Grange Hill High gained three points in their last match to push them to 19 points as Hopewell High did not show for their encounter on March 8. The Westmoreland based school was awarded three goals, putting their tally to 24 so far this season.
    Newcomers Westwood Girls made a good showing of themselves finishing with 13 points, scoring 9 goals, while conceding 19. Their record was 4 wins, 4 losses and a draw.
    Herbert Morrison is in filth spot on five points losing 7 of their 10 games. They have conceded 25 goals, while accounting for only six. In the meantime, Hopewell High ended with one point at the bottom of the table as they were withdrawn.
    The competition this year have seen of action such as Spot Valley's victory over defending champions St. James High 3-0 at the UDC field; a number of players from the Spot Valley team has been drafted into the. National Under -17 Squad, while Shauntae Brown is the only player from Herbert Morrison to be called to the national training and will be going off to Costa Rica later this week.

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