Olila High School and Aloet Parents Secondary School lead Athlete selections for USSSA-Teso Zone Ball Games qualifiers

Olila High School and Aloet Parents Secondary School lead Athlete selections for USSSA-Teso Zone Ball Games qualifiers

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  • June 24, 2024
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By Emmanuel Sekago

Olila High School and Aloet Parents Secondary School have emerged as the leading contributors to the list of athletes selected for residential training for Soroti District.

Each school has seven athletes chosen to prepare for the USSSA-Teso Zone Ball Games qualifiers in Athletics, scheduled for this weekend in Serere District.

According to the list seen by Wallnetnews, dated June 24th, 2024, and signed by the USSSA-Soroti District chairperson, the selected athletes come from a range of schools across the district:

USSSA-Soroti district selected athletes

Olila High School: 7 athletes, Aloet Parents Secondary School: 7 athletes, Teso College, Aloet: 5 athletes, Jeressar High School: 4 athletes, Soroti Secondary School: 5 athletes, Hylcyon High School: 2 athletes, Light Secondary School: 1 athlete, Holy Angels College: 1 athlete, Bethany Girls Comprehensive: 1 athlete, Assuret Seed School: 1 athlete and St. Mary’s Girls: 1 athlete

This diverse selection of athletes is expected to represent Soroti District strongly, with hopes of excelling at the upcoming qualifiers and advancing to further stages in the competition.

However, the following schools have qualified for the USSSA-Teso Zonal Championship to be hosted at Serere Secondary School in Serere District from June 27th to 30th, 2024. They will compete in various sports disciplines including Volleyball, Netball, Basketball, Handball, and Football U-16.

Football -16 (Boys); Light secondary school, Teso College Aloet, Cranes High School, Amuria Secondary school, Starlight School, Kanyumu Comprehensive, Wiggins Secondary school, Amus College School, Bukedea Comprehensive School, Serere secondary school, Halcyon School, Olio Seed School, Pingire secondary school, Atiira Seed, Ngora High School, Teso Progressive secondary school, Teso Integrated School and Katakwi High School
Football -16 (Girls); St Marys Girls, Wiggins, Amus College School, Bukedea Comprehensive School, St Elizabeth, Olio Seed, Halcyon High School and Kadungulu School.

Athletes receiving medals and Certificate at Soroti District Qualifiers

Volleyball-(Girls); St Marys Girls, Kanyumu, Wiggins, Dr Aporu, Atutur Seed, Amus College School, Bukedea Comprehensive School, Halcyon High school, Serere Secondary School, Serere Township, Kaberamaido, St Thomas girls and Ngora High School.

Volleyball-(Boys); St Peters Seminary, Teso College Aloet, Nyero Rock School, Wiggins, Dr Aporu, Atutur Seed, Amus College School, Bukedea Comprehensive school, Otuboi Comprehensive, Trinity College, Serere secondary school, Kamond, Serere Township, Kyere Secondary School, Ojetenyang, Labira girls, Kobulubulu secondary school, Kaberamiado and Ngora High School.

Handball-(Boys); Soroti secondary school, Light Secondary school, Wiggins, Atutur Seed, Kanyumu Comprehensive, Serere Secondary school, Obalanga Comprehensive, St Paul Secondary School and Ngora High School.

Handball -(Girls); Light Secondary school, Soroti Secondary School, Wiggins and Obalanga Comprehensive

Netball: Soroti Secondary School, St Marys Girls, Weere Seed, Amuria Secondary School, Dr Aporu, Wiggins, Mukongoro High School, Nyero Rock, Bukedea Comprehensive School, Amus College School, Kongunga, Bukedea Secondary School, Otuboi Comprehensive, Anyara Secondary School, Trinity College, Atiira Seed, Kyere Secondary School, Serere Township, St Elizabeth, Serere Secondary School, St Thomas Girls, Kobulubulu Secondary School and Ngora High School.

Basketball 3×3-(Girls): Amus College School
Basketball 3×3-(Boys); Soroti Secondary School, Amus College School and Teso College -Aloet
Meanwhile, these schools have demonstrated exceptional performance in their respective sports, earning them the opportunity to compete at the USSSA-Teso  zonal level. The championship promises to be an exciting showcase of young talent and competitive spirit.

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