Cayman falls short in beach volleyball and track at CAC Games

| 30/07/2018 | 0 Comments
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Nathan Dack during the match Cayman won against the US Virgin Islands

(CNS Local Life): The Cayman men’s beach volleyball team took to the courts in the midday heat Saturday, 28 July, at Puerto de Oro, in Barranquilla, Colombia, for their first match at the 23rd Central American & Caribbean (CAC) Games. Nathan Dack and Casey Santamaria won their first match against the US Virgin Islands, but then fell to Mexico and Curacao so were unable to advance out of Pool E.

Playing later on Saturday, women’s team members Ileann Powery and Marissa Harrison lost their opening match against the Dominican Republic, then fell the following day to host Colombia, so were unable to continue out of Pool A.

Both teams then played Monday, 30 July to decide the final overall standings.

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(L-R) Ileann Powery and Marissa Harrison competing at the Games

On the track at Pista Alteica, Cayman’s Rasheem Brown finished eighth in his heat of the men’s 100m sprint, leaving the 18-year-old out of the semifinals. In the 400m hurdles, Jeahvon Jackson also finished eighth so did not advance. Brown was also scheduled to compete later on Monday in the 110m hurdles.

Still ahead for Cayman are Lacee Barnes in the women’s shot put Wednesday, 1 August and Alex Pascal in the men’s javelin Thursday, 2 August.

The CAC Games end on Friday, 3 August.

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