In an exhilarating match against the Milton Elephants, CBC boys came out in full force to support their First Team, the Hornets…and their support was rewarded with a 26-0 win.
Three CBC boys were recgonised for their outstanding results in the 2015 Cambridge examinations and traveled to Harare earlier this term to receive certificates in the Cambridge Achievers Awards.
CBC First Team basketball player, Davison Chivero, has just returned from national duty in Harare where he participated in the Afro Basket Qualifiers held from June 16 to the 22. He played four games against Botswana and Mozambique and had the following to say on his return:
Hornets vs Mad Dogs
Final score 8-28
The Hornets, accompanied by the second team, the Men of Men, took a trip to Esigodini to face their perennial rivals, the Mad Dogs of Falcon, on their home ground.
What was visible throughout the match from a spectator’s perspective was the eagerness and determination by the Mad Dogs to continue their dominance while, in contrast, the Hornets wanted to test how deep their own rebuilding and rebranding exercise had gone and to what extent they could stop the Mad Dogs super efficient players.
Hockey “newbies”, the U14s, made their mark when they won the Prince Edward U14 Tournament, held recently.
The boys played St George’s in the semi-final and went on to beat Alan Wilson in the final.
Final Score: Eagles 3-Goldridge 0
The Eagles played their League fixture against Goldridge on Saturday, June 25, on their home ground…and spurred on by the entire college they made it a game to remember.
Coming from a few draws in their recent matches, the Eagles were eager to show why they were the defending champions of the National CHISZ League , as well as send a clear message to the rest of the teams that they are not willing to let go of that title this season.
NORFOLK, Va. – Freshman Andresious Cyprianos (Bulawayo, Zimbabwe/Christian Brothers College) and sophomore Madison Kiefer (Wayland, MA/Wayland High School) of the Pace University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams were both named 2015-16 College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America Honorable Mentions, as announced by the CSCAA on Tuesday. The Pace men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams were both selected as CSCAA Scholar All-America teams for fall 2015 and spring 2016.
The CBC Hornets once again fought with determination against the PE Tigers and, even though they lost 10-33, their game showed. Even though the Hornets lost 10-33, their game showed a lot of improvement in all aspects: it was a much better performance and score than last year’s.
CBC Hockey has had a great sporting weekend: over Friday and Saturday, the First Team, the Skulls, convincingly won all their matches in League fixtures played at the Hockey Stadium, against Goldridge, South Easter College, Kyle College and Makakose High.
The full results were as follows: