Tournament Schedules - The International School of Port of Spain

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Tournament Schedules - The International School of Port of Spain
CAISSA
RELOADED
Boys Basketball/Girls Football
March 2nd to 6th, 2016
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Director’s Welcome
Welcome to CAISSA
Dear CAISSA Athletes and Coaches,
It is with great pleasure ISPS welcomes you to Trinidad and Tobago and the International School of Port
of Spain! We are delighted to host the CAISSA Boys’ Basketball and Girls’ Soccer tournament and we
look forward to an exciting competition.
I would like to take this opportunity to extend a warm welcome to all participants and coaches. We
recognize the training, time and effort that all of the students have made to be here to represent their
teams and their schools. We appreciate the coaches’ commitment to basketball and soccer, and to the
development of our youth.
fostering inter-school friendships.
Thank you to our Athletics Directors and coaches for making this CAISSA experience possible. Their
dedication is recognized and appreciated by all of us.
I am sure that we will witness athletic performances of the highest quality over the course of this
championship. I encourage all athletes to do your best and compete in the spirit of sportsmanship and
fair play.
Only one team will win the first place trophy but, in reality, you are already winners - for being selected
to represent your school and participating in this event. We look forward to a tournament exemplified by
good sportsmanship, teamwork and collegiality.
So, let the games begin - play hard, have fun, and enjoy your time in T & T!!
Abby Majendie
Director
Schedules
TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS
Ashmir Ali
Tournament Director
868 620 6866
Ashmir Ali
Housing Coordinator
868 620 6866
Kerwyn Pantin
Soccer Site Director
Ricardo Lue Shue
Basketball Site Director
Carmela Low
Hospitality Rooms
Richard Piper
Soccer Head Official
868 720 4188
Elgin Ferris
Basketball Head Official
868 732 8726
Pravir Parsotan
Technology Coordinator
Evan De Freitas
Technology Coordinator
868 724 3511
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE TIMES OF TEAMS
Arrival/Departure
Drop off at ISPS
ECA
March 2nd – 4:30pm, Flight CM 366
March 6th – 6:17am, Flight CM 315
March 2nd - 6:30pm
March 6th - 3:30am
CMS
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
AC
BAD
1st- 11:25pm, Flight CM314
2nd – 4:30pm, Flight CM 366
6th – 6:17am, Flight CM 365
2nd – 4:30pm, Flight CM 366
6th – 6:17am, Flight CM 315
March 2nd – 4:30pm, Flight CM 366
March 6th – 5:41pm, Flight CM 365
2nd
6th
6th
2nd
6th
- 6:30pm
- 3:30am
- 2:30pm
- 6:30pm
- 3:30am
March 2nd - 6:30pm
March 6th - 2:30pm
(Hotel)
COACHES SCHEDULE
Date
Day
Time
Action
March 2nd
Wednesday
7:00 pm
Opening Ceremony
March 3rd
Thursday
7:15 am
Meeting at ISPS in PE Classroom
8:00 am
Games Begin
7:00 pm
Coaches Social
10:00 pm
Curfew Calls
March 4th
March 5th
March 6th
Friday
7:30 am
Games begin
2:00 pm
Bus to Power Boats
10:00 pm
Curfew Calls
Saturday
8:00 am
Games begin
Saturday
5:30 pm
Meeting at ISPS in PE Classroom
6:30 pm
Closing Ceremony
11:00 pm
Curfew Calls
3:30 am
Teams Leave
Sunday
ATHLETE’S SCHEDULE
Wednesday, March 2nd
6:00 PM All teams drop off at ISPS
7:00 PM Opening Ceremony Begins
8:00 PM Opening Ceremony Ends
8:15 PM Host Parents pick up students
Thursday, March 3rd
7:15 AM Drop off at ISPS
8:00 AM Tournament begins
5:30 PM West Mall
7:00 PM Pick up at ISPS
10:00 PM Curfew calls
Friday, March 4th
7:00AM · Drop off at ISPS
7:30AM · Games begin
2:00 PM . Bus to Power Boats
6:30 PM · Bus to ISPS
7:00 PM · Parents pick up at ISPS
10:00PM · Curfew calls
Saturday, March 5th
7:30 AM · Drop off at ISPS
8:00 AM · Games begin
12:00 PM · LUNCH until 1:00 PM
5:30 PM . Games end
6:30 PM · Closing Ceremony until 10:00 PM
10:00 PM · Pick up at ISPS by host family
11:00 PM · Curfew calls
Sunday, March 6
3:30 AM
· Host family drop off ECA athletes/coaches @ ISPS
3:30 AM
· Host family drop off CMS Girls/coaches @ ISPS
2:30 PM
· Host family drop off CMS Boys/coaches @ ISPS
3:30 AM
· Host family drop off AC athletes/coaches @ ISPS
2:30 PM
· Bus takes BAD to airport from Hotel
All Athletes must bring clothes to change at school on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
CAISSA Game Schedule
Day 1 schedule
Game 1
Game 2
Game 3
Game 4
Game 5
Game 6
Day 2
Game 7
Game 8
Game 9
Game 10
Day 3
Game 11
Semi Final 1
Semi Final 2
Bronze
Gold
Gold
Time
8:00 – 9:30
9:30 – 11:00
11:00 – 12:30
12:30 – 2:00
2:00 – 3:30
3:30 – 5:00
7:30 – 9:00
9:00 – 10:30
10:30 – 12:00
12:00 – 1:30
BOYS Basketball
ISPS vs CMS
AC vs BA
Lunch
ISPS vs AC
CMS vs BA
GIRLS Soccer
AC vs CMS
ISPS vs BA
CMS vs ECA
ISPS vs AC
BA vs ECA
CMS vs ISPS
BOYS
GIRLS
AC vs BA
ECA vs ISPS
CMS vs BA
ECA vs AC
BA vs ISPS
AC vs CMS
BOYS
8:00 – 9:00
9:00 – 10:30
10:30 – 12:00
1:00 – 2:30
2:30 – 4:00
4:00 – 5:30
GIRLS
4 vs 5th **
2nd vs. 3rd
1st vs. W11
L-S1 vs. L-S2
W – S1 vs. W-S2
th
1st vs 4th
2nd vs 3rd
L –S1 vs L-S2
W-S1 vs W-S2
ISPS Caimans Boys’ Basketball CAISSA Team
Name
1. Ephraim Archer
2. Jerome Grimes
3. Mark Bissessar
4. Joseph Egbejimba
5. Remy Brewer
6. Justin Grignon
7. Jordan Mukerji
8. Michael Sealey
9. Jonathan Aboud
10. Ethan Lankester
Grade
12
12
12
12
10
10
10
10
09
09
ISPS Caimans Girls’ Soccer CAISSA Team
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Name
Charlotte Tom ©
Susannah Gray
Hannah Whitehead
Meghan Miles
Rebecca Almandoz ©
Mandisa Harewood
Dora Shen
Tuana Pirinccioglu
Ashleigh Mahabir
Lily Stauble
Anaid Jacobs Freites
Jessica Egbejimba
Bridget Als
Kimberly Shen
Jamie Sabeeney
Grade
12
12
12
12
11
12
11
10
10
10
10
10
10
09
09
CMS Sharks – Boys’ Basketball Roster
Student Name
Grade
1.
Mario Fernandez
2.
Nicolas Pena
3.
David Fernandez
4.
Justyn Garcia
5.
Ahmed Hasbun
6.
Alex McQuilling
7.
Alberto Cruz
8.
Alejandro Valdez
9.
Sebastian Perez
Emilio Llaverias
12
12
12
10
12
11
11
9
9
Coach
CMS Sharks - Girls Soccer Roster
Name
Grade
1. Mariela Acebal
11
2. Francesca Maglione
11
3. Paula Duque
11
4. Katerina Rodriguez
9
5. Gabby Smuts
12
6. Carla Barjan
12
7. Monica Esteva
12
8. Camila Herrera
11
9. Camila Pozo
11
10. Carmen Bisono
12
11. Nara Winston
12
12. Manuela Sabogal
12
13. Rosalia Cochon
12
14. Ana Christina De Boyrie
11
15. Maria Selman
7
Kenlley Mendez
Jennalee Burch
Coach
AD
AC Cougars – Boys’ Basketball Roster
Name
Grade
1. ALEJANDRO PORRAS ESPEJO
2. ROBERTO BRYAN, III
3. REID MILLIS
4. ANTONIO PEREIRA
5. KEVIN HE
Justin Muenker
11
10
10
9
9
Uniform
Number
9
50
13
34
8
Coach
AC Cougars – Girls’ Soccer Roster
Student Name
1.
SOFIA SANDOVAL
2.
TAYLOR BRYAN
3.
MARIA GRACIA ESPINOSA
4.
JACKIE ROSALES
5.
TATIANA COSTA
6.
JENNIFER WASHER
7.
GABRIELA LANDINEZ
8.
ANA CAROLINA RAMOS
9.
ISABELLA BELTRAN
10. RIAN WYNCOLL
11. NOUR KHAMIS
12. ALEJANDRA BORRERO
Mario Estupian
Deb Darson
Grade
11
9
10
11
11
9
9
9
8
10
9
Uniform
Number
18
4
23
17
30
8
15
12*
2
13
12*
Coach
AD
ECA Cougars – Girls’ Soccer Roster
Name
1. Danya Abou Nassif
2. Manuela Diago
3. Francesca Molfino
4. Allyson Moncada
5. Anabela Morey
6. Paula Pantin
7. Ethel Rivera
8. Amanda Rodriguez
9. Mariana Franco
10. Juliana Solorzano
11. Amanda Trivella
12. Alessandra Garofalo
13. Rawan Khalil
Martin Cannon
Claudia Schmitz
Darren Harp
Grade
12
12
9
10
11
12
10
11
10
12
9
12
Coach
Coach
AD
BA Dragons – Boys’ Basketball Roster
Name
Grade
1. JAMES WILLIAMS
2. ANDRES MENDOZA
3. RUBEN TRIBALDOS
4. ALBERTO DE LA GUARDIA
5. HORACIO VALDES
6. NICOLO PETROCCIONE
7. FRANCISCO FUENTES
DOEL DE JESUS SOTERO OLIVERAS
MAURICIO PALOMINO
11
9
9
9
9
10
10
Coach
SC
BA Dragons – Girls’ Soccer Roster
Name
1. Isabella Alfaro
2. Ana Carolina Arosemena
3. Blanca Bergua
4. Ana Isabela Hernandez
5. Adriana Caballero
6. Ana Sofia Erath
7. Tiffany Herrera
8. Claudia Higuero
9. Mariana Jimenez
10. Pilar Jimenez
11. Sofia Plata
12. Daniella Sitton
13. Sofia Vaccaro
14. Jaqueline Guizado
Amarelys De Mera
Melissa Jimenez
Carolina Caballero
Grade
10
11
11
6
9
10
11
9
11
10
11
10
10
10
Coach
AD
Chap
CAISSA SPORTSMANSHIP
Sportsmanship is a very important part of being on any
team. We look forward to great competition, but also great
sportsmanship at all CAISSA events. The following is a list of
characteristics of sportsmanship that we expect to see from all
teams.

Full commitment to participation.

Respect and concern for rules and officials

Respect and concern for social conventions (shaking hands, recognizing the
good performance of an opponent)

Respect and concern for the opponent (helping a player to his/her feet,
applauding when an injured player has been helped off “court” lending one’s
equipment to the opponent, not taking advantage of injured opponents)

Avoiding poor attitude towards participation (not adopting a win-at-all-costs
approach, not showing temper after a mistake, and not competing solely for
individual prizes.)

Positive and encouraging team spirit

Positive attitude while watching and supporting other teams (cheering rather
than booing)

How players and participants conduct themselves off the court (leaving garbage,
language and general conduct)
CAISSA SPORTSMANSHIP RUBRIC
School: __________________
Boys
Girls
Sport: ____________________
(circle one)
Do not score your own teams
Always4
Often3 Sometimes2 Rarely1
AC
4
3
2
1
Performance
The school shows a full commitment to participation,
CMS
4
3
2
1
striving for excellence whilst avoiding a poor attitude
(not adopting a win-at-all-costs approach) they play
as a team, competing hard but always fair, without ECA
4
3
2
1
gamesmanship or cheating.
ISPS
4
3
2
1
BAD
Conduct in game:
The team and all of its players display a positive and AC
encouraging team spirit, with respect and concern for
CMS
rules, officials and for social conventions (shaking
hands, recognizing the good performance of an
opponent, not showing temper after a mistake). They ECA
accepted calls and decisions without argument or
ISPS
anger.
BAD
Conduct outside game:
How players and participants conduct themselves off AC
the court (leaving garbage, Bad language and general
CMS
conduct). Positive attitude while watching /
supporting other teams (cheering rather than
booing). The players harbor no ill feelings after the ECA
game.
ISPS
BAD
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
Attitude towards and from coaches/referees:
AC
The athletes followed directions and appeared to
have a good relationship and respect for their
CMS
coach. The teams coach conducted him/herself with
dignity, showing respect for officials, opposition and
ECA
his/her players.
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
ISPS
4
3
2
1
BAD
4
3
2
1
Total - AC________ CMS _______ ECA______
ISPS_______ BAD ________