Belize Women’s Volleyball Team Faces Defending Champions in Central American Championship

Belize Women’s Volleyball Team Faces Defending Champions in Central American Championship

Today was day one of the 22nd annual Women’s Central American Championship, being held in Managua, Nicaragua. Teams from seven countries are battling for the championship and Belize’s National Women’s Volleyball team opened the competition today with a game against the defending champion, Costa Rica. The team put on a valiant effort, but in the end, they lost without winning a set. The team lost the first set 25- 21, the second 25- 20, and the final set 25-21. Belize Volleyball Association President, commended the team for their efforts against the defending champions, noting that several of Belize’s key players could not participate due to other commitments. He said that Belize is solidified as one of the top volleyball countries in the region and that the team has an opportunity to do well in this tournament.

Team Belize has a total of six games scheduled for the tournament and will play against Guatemala tomorrow. Afterwards, they will play Panama, Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua, with a rest day after the third game. Belize’s game against Nicaragua will be the last game to close out the tournament.

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