School Championships successfully conclude in Turks and Caicos
TURKS AND CAICOS, May 3, 2017 – British West Indies Collegiate
and Wesley Methodist won the female and male gold medals,
respectively, of the Turks and Caicos High School Volleyball
The school volleyball program forms part of the promotion of
volleyball as part of the development plan of NORCECA
Confederation covering 41 national federations and territories.
In a nail biting match, British West Indies Collegiate edged
Clement Howell 27-25, 27-25 in the female final match while
Wesley Methodist defeated Marjorie Basden in straight sets for
the male title.
Wesley Methodist took the female bronze medal by defeating
Marjorie Basden while Clement Howell capture the male’s bronze
medal with a victory over Holy Family.
Since its inception in 2013, the Turks and Caicos High School
Volleyball Championships have grown in both size and caliber of
play. What began as a co-ed tournament of three teams, has
grown to six male and six female teams in 2017.
The female competition consisted of teams from Wesley Methodist,
Clement Howell High School, British West Indies Collegiate, Long
Bay High School, Holy Family and Marjorie Basden. Pool results
In the first quarter final, Marjorie Basden defeated Long Bay.
The second quarter final match featured Clement Howell defeating
Holy Family to move on.
In semifinal action, British West Indies Collegiate defeated
Marjorie Basden to advance to the Gold Medal Match along with
Clement Howell who defeated Wesley Methodist to move on.
In Boys action, we saw teams from Wesley Methodist, British West
Indies Collegiate, Long Bay High School, Holy Family, Clement
Howell High School and Marjorie Basden.
In Quarter final action, Holy Family defeated British West
Indies and Clement Howell beat Long Bay High School.
Semifinal action saw Marjorie Basden move on to the Gold medal
match, defeating Holy Family. Wesley Methodist advanced
defeating Clement Howell.