BB Coke High are on the verge of creating school history after winning back to back games in the Round of 16 of the ISSA/Wata DaCosta Cup after beating Manchester High 4-2 at the STETHS Sports Complex on Wednesday and taking charge of Group 2.

A draw on Saturday would be enough to see BB Coke High through to the quarterfinals for the first time in school history.

Both BB Coke and champions Clarendon College won back to back games in the Round of 16 as the Lenworth Hyde coached team clipped St Elizabeth Technical 1-0 in the second game of the double-header to take over the lead in Group 1.

Captain Zoreck Grant scored a double to lead BB Coke to their big win against a Manchester high team that had won 13 straight games while Semar Williams and Devonte Blake got the others as they led 2-0 in the first half and were up 3-1 at half time.

Devonte Hodges scored the only goal of the game for Clarendon College who extended their perfect record to 12 games but finished the game with 10 men after Nahshon Bolt-Barrett was sent off late in the game after being issued a second yellow card in the game.

Glenmuir High and Garvey Maceo took over the lead in Group 4 after wins over Port Antonio High and Frome Technical respectively, both on four points after playing each other to a draw on Saturday.

Kyle Gordon and Deandre Johnson both scored braces for Glenmuir High and Orel Miller got the other in their big 5-0 win over Port Antonio as they took the lead in Group 4, on goal-difference over Garvey Maceo who edged Frome Technical 1-0.

Dinthill Tech are the leaders in Group 3 after edging Christiana High 1-0 while Cornwall College moved ahead of STETHS into second place in Group 1 after blanking Mile Gully High 2-0 with goals from Braxton Richards and Michael Balfour who was scoring his first goal at this level.