Volleyball All-Stars serve up thrillers
Spectators were entertained with two thrilling encounters at the Bermuda School Sports Federation senior school All-Star volleyball matches at Mount Saint Agnes Academy.
The East won the senior boys match in a three-set thriller. They comfortably won the first set 25-13, with some hard-hitting offence. The West rallied in the second set and took a 24-18 lead before allowing the East to come within two points in a late rally before winning 25-22. The third set proved to be a see-saw battle before the East came out on top 15-13.
Caleb Hamilton, from Warwick Academy, was the West MVP, while Saltus Grammar School’s Tristan Mullan was East MVP behind his strong serving and precise setting.
The West enacted revenge in the girls match in another nail-biter. The East won a close first set 25-22 before the West stormed back to win the second 25-22. The third set was tied at 14-14 before Kamryn Martins, from MSA, finished the match on the back of two serves that could not be returned. The East MVP was Sy McPeek, from Saltus, for her fierce serving and attacking at the net. Candace Paynter from the Berkeley Institute was West MVP.
BOYS WEST: Ben Barnett, Brady Cordeiro, Kaleb Hamilton, Nick Siese (Warwick Academy) Jorel Smith, Shane Rogers (CedarBridge Academy) Nasir Outerbridge-Woodley, Jazari Caisey (Berkeley Institute)
BOYS EAST: Riley Rego, Conor Sinclair, Blake Horseman (Mount Saint Agnes Academy) Dylan Somerville, Connor Somerville, Jack Brown, Tristan Mullan and Neil Figureido (Saltus Grammar School)
GIRLS WEST: Katrina McPhee, Zori Seymour, Amber Simons (Warwick Academy) Marley Jabbar, Candace Paynter, K. Mary Carreon (Berkeley Institute) Kamryn Martins, Hannah Blee, Monique Cordeiro (Mount Saint Agnes Academy)
GIRLS EAST: Sy McPeek, Alexa Saldok, Lindsay Pacheco (Saltus Grammar School) Brijette Basden, Meleah Smith, Kelice Stewart (CedarBridge Academy) Olivia Taylor, Yulia Isaeva and Sophia Stevens (BHS)
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