BSC crowns its volleyball champions
Published: Jul 02, 2013
The Baptist Sports Council (BSC) staged its 2013 Co-Ed Volleyball Classic on Saturday at the D.W. Davis Gymnasium with Salem Union Baptist carting off the top prize.
In the final, which was played in a best-of-three sets format, Salem prevailed in straight sets, 25-21 and 25-23, over St. Paul's Baptist.
Kirwood Jr. was named the Most Valuable Player (MVP).
Other members of Salem's team, coached by Jevaughn Saunders, were Je'Nae Saunders, Shanafi Hepburn, Rajahl Moxey, Raechel Knowles, Brittany Deveaux, Joanette Curtis and Zarya Seymour.
St. Paul's, coached by Olympia Morris, comprised of Kelly Smith, Lashunda Bethel, Nicola Major, Tara Rolle, Daria Cambridge, Melinda Bastian, Rhondel Cooper, Justin Smith, Branden Bethel, Avery Moxey, Eugene Stuart, Terivis Campbell, Antosh Misiewizz, Antonio Jennings and Monika Cunningham.
Finishing third was Macedonia, coached by Lamont Nixon. Their players were Dinero Rahming, Dinaire Pickstock, Terrel Stubbs, Adrian Adderley, Annie Moultrie, Brittany Stubbs and Rasheed Sadler.
Salem went through the round-robin segment of the classic with a perfect 3-0 win/loss record after beating Ebenezer Baptist, 15-3 and 15-7, overcoming St. Paul's, 15-7 and 15-10, and easily getting past Macedonia, 15-2 and 15-10. As a result of their performance, Salem was awarded a bye into the final.
St. Paul's played Macedonia in the sudden death playoff, winning 15-8 and 15-10, to secure a berth into the final. In another match played during the tournament, Macedonia beat Ebenezer, 15-11, 13-15 and 12-9.
The BSC will now prepare for its 2013 cycling classic. That will be held on Saturday at the National Cycling Track at the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre, starting at 10 a.m. The New Providence Cycling Association (NPCA), headed by Barron ‘Turbo’ Musgrove, will be assisting the BSC.
Interested churches and persons are urged to e-mail email@example.com for more details.
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