Chase Academy drops 17 goals in Milo football
By Treiston Joseph
Defending champs of the Milo School Football, Chase Academy, fired the loudest warning shot to their competitors with a 17-nil drubbing of North Ruimveldt on Saturday at the Ministry of Education ground. The goal scoring fiesta was also the largest margin of victory ever recorded in the tournament with the previous being held by Morgan Learning Centre at 13.
Kelsey Benjamin was sensational, seemingly finding the back of the net with every shot as he scored seven goals all by himself. His first came in the fifth minute, while the others materialised in the 29th, 30th, 50th, 53rd, 57th and 65th minutes.
Ryan Hackett scored a double in the 46th and 54th minutes, while Nicholas McArthur (8th), Job Caesar (23rd), Reshawn Ritch (25th) Rondell Peters (31st), Wayne Baker (58th) and Jeremy Garrett (61st) all scored solo efforts. The two other goals were own goals that came in the 28th and 55th minutes.
Meanwhile, in action earlier in the day, Buxton Academy pummeled St. Joseph High School 7-nil. Ablamy Robertson led the team with a double in the 53rd and 77th minutes, while Shemar Beckles, Elton Sullivan, Justin Jarvius, Joel Anderson and Kifambo Goodman scored goals in the 26th, 30th, 31st, 50th and 61st minutes respectively.
Masters Academy continued their winning ways with a tame 3-1 win over Ann’s Grove, considering how the day went in terms of goal scoring. Ann’s Grove started positively with Kobe Durant troubling the back of the net in the fourth minute of the match. However, Masters Academy would go to the half time break on level pecking with a goal from Ryan Dowden on the stroke of halftime.
On resumption, just five minutes into the half, O’Neil Glasgow scored in the 50th minute to put Masters Academy ahead, while Colwyn Peters scored the game sealer in the 60th minute.
Bishops’ High and St Rose’s High School played to a tame nil-all draw to end the four-match schedule of the day. Action in the tournament continues every weekend at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue.