CedarBridge stun Saltus late

  • Green machine: Jahni Simmons, 12, of Whitney Institute takes on a Warwick Academy defender during the Bermuda School Sports Federation girls’ six-a-side tournament at Shelly Bay Field yesterday (Photograph by Blaire Simmons)

CedarBridge Academy scored three late goals from Trinae Edwards, Teyha Lindo and Makayla Robinson to defeat Saltus Grammar in the Bermuda School Sports Federation senior schools girls’ six-a-side football tournament.

Top seeds CedarBridge went down early in the semi-final to Warwick Academy, but responded with six unanswered goals. Jade Stewart led the way with a hat-trick, with Lindo adding two and Sequay Darrell rounding out the scoring. Saltus got past Berkeley Institute in the other semi-final thanks to a strike from Koa Goodchild.

Bermuda High School defeated Warwick Academy on penalties in the middle schools final, after a 1-1 draw, T’eja Williams gave BHS the lead in the first half. Ellie Richmond equalised midway through the second half.

BHS squeaked past Saltus in the semi-final through a long-range strike from Katelyn Medeiros. Warwick overcame TN Tatem 3-2 in the other semi. Richmond scored twice for Warwick, with Zemira Webb also netting. Katherine Bean Rosario scored both for Tatem.

Harrington Sound won the primary title on penalties after a goalless draw with Saltus.

Saltus won a dramatic semi-final over Warwick Academy, with Tse Burgess scoring a last-second equaliser to earn a 3-3 draw and send the game into a penalty shoot-out. Avani Patton scored the other two for Saltus, while Karis Brookes Smith scored two for Warwick Academy along with Izzy Simmons. Harrington sound defeated St David’s Primary 3-1 in the other semi-final, with two goals from Khalila Daley and one from Brianna Medeiros. Zuri Swan got the consolation goal for the East Enders.