Fans who cannot make it to Clinton, Mississippi, on Tuesday will be able to follow along with live stats at the above link. Pete Love, Erick Rivera and Barrett Mills have led the attack in the last few weeks, with six, five and four points in the last four games, respectively. Love has three goals in that span, Rivera has two and an assist, and Mills has a goal and two assists. All three have recorded a game-winning goal in the last four games. Despite a 1-1 weekend to end the regular season, the team has been playing some of its best soccer in the last 10 matches. With a 6-3-1 record in that stretch, West Florida has scored just under two goals per game and has held its opponents to a 0.77 goals against average, and the team has been even better in its last four games, outscoring the opposition 11-3 and going 3-1. Game time for the Tuesday contest will be at 2:30 pm from Robert Longabaugh Field in Clinton, Mississippi. LIVE STATSGSC TOURNAMENT HOMEPAGE #ARGOS#Print Friendly Version MC took a 2-0 win at UWF earlier this year, with Marco Profumo scoring twice in the effort. PENSACOLA, Fla. – With a 7-7-1 overall record and a 5-5-1 mark in Gulf South Conference play, the University of West Florida men’s soccer team has earned the 6-seed for the upcoming GSC Championships and will head to Mississippi College for a first round matchup on Tuesday. The semifinal round and championship match of the GSC Tournament will be held at the Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex in Montgomery, Alabama, on Friday and Sunday, November 3 and 5. More information can be found at the GSC Soccer Championships homepage, at the above link. Historically, UWF has been the best team in the GSC Tournament, with a 24-7-2 all-time record in 18 appearances in the tourney. UWF also has a substantial lead in finals appearances (13) and conference titles (9).
- THE Forgotten Youth Foundation (FYF) dominated the Guyana Boxing Association’s (GBA) Mike Parris Schoolboys and Juniors preparatory tournament on SaturdayFYF won eight of the ten contests’ held at the Andrew `Six Head’ Lewis Gym.Two weeks prior to last Saturday’s tournament, the FYF Gym also won eight of the ten contests’ with their junior boxers displaying excellent boxing skills.These performances have landed them in pole position for selections to represent Guyana at the third edition of the Caribbean Schoolboys and Juniors tournament that is slated for the National Gymnasium from August 17-19.Unfortunately, boxing gyms from Berbice, Linden and Essequibo were unable to participate due to lack of finance by the various gyms to travel to Georgetown and to provide meals for their boxers.This was revealed by tournament organizer, Seibert Blake.However, one hinterland gym that was recently established, Mabaruma Boxing Gym (MBG), was able to be represented by a four-member team that was coached by Orlando `Pocket Rocket’ Rogers.Rogers was recently appointed as a national coach by the Ministry of Social Cohesion with responsibility for Sports and one of his charges, Adriano Wong, won his contest.The other gyms in the contest were Young Achievers (YA) and Harpy Eagles (HE).In other results from last Saturday’s tournament, Moses Crawford (FYF) knocked out Trevor Sealey of Young Achievers (YA), Malachai Sealey (YA) won by points over Michael Mancell (FYF) and Wayne Castello (FYF) defeated Dextroy Brimo (HE) on points.Also in the winner’s circle was Sean Graham (FYF) who secured a points-decision win against Lionel Mahabir (MBG), while Dwayne Baptiste (FYF) had the same result against his gym mate, Malachi Jones, while Stephon McDonald (FYF) won against David Pompet (YA).Travis Inverany (FYF) defeated Joshua Hinds (HE) on points. Marl Crawford (FYF) also won on points over Alvin Harripersaud (MBG) and Fitz Howard defeated Alex Aimdea (MBG) on points also.Meanwhile, registration of boxers for the Caribbean tournament closed on Saturday and according to reports, Cayman Islands, St. Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago have confirmed their participation in the championship.They join Grenada which was the first country to register their four boxers and two officials.