Marian Academy, Plaisance Secondary, GTI among winners at YBG Georgetown/East Coast regional playoffs
The National School Basketball Festival, Georgetown and East Coast Regional Championship continued on Saturday, May 7 at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
Seven games were played in the championship, including two female match-ups, which saw Marian Academy and St Rose’s High School coming out on top.
Results from 7 games played:
Marian Academy defeated St Stanislaus College 16 – 2
Jada Mohan 8pts, 2steals and Georginna Vyphuis 4pts, 5rebs (Marian)
Natesha Seymour 2pts, 2rebs (Saints)
St Rose’s High defeated President’s College: 16 – 4
Jada Amerally 6pts, 3rebs and Jamaica Blair 6pts (St. Rose’s)
Destinie Mc Donald 2pts, 6rebs and Annalisa Barclay 2pts (PC)
Plaisance Secondary defeated President’s College: 33 – 30
*Plaisance won in overtime after trailing for most of the game.
Andrew Johnson 29pts, 3 Steals and Nigel Bowen 4pts (Plaisance)
Akeem Crandon 13pts, 13rebs. and Kareem Boyle 11pts (PC)
Bishops’ High defeated St Stanislaus College: 36 – 11
Webster Macre 9 pts, 6 rebs. and Stefan Hamilton 7pts(Bishops’)
Brandon Friday 6pts (Saints’)
Marian Academy defeated Bishops’ High: 32 – 27
Jonathan Mangra 11pts, Judah Stephney 8pts (Marian)
Timothy Thompson 7pts, 8rebs. and Makhail Broomes 7pts (Bishops’)
St Stanislaus College defeated Queens College: 39 – 22
Travis Belgrave 15 pts, 9rebs, Kadeem Bowen 11 pts and Anfernee Headecker 10pts (Saints’)
Omari Joseph 11 pts, and Damani Thomas 7pts, 6rebs. (Queens).
GTI defeated President’s College: 49 – 33
Nathan Saul 17 pts and Kerwin Griffith 10pt, 4rebs and Keon Marks 10 pts, 6rebs. (GTI)
Kadeem Peterkin 8pts and Anton Fileen 6pts, 4 steals (PC).
The Tournament is sponsored by Digicel, Edward B. Beharry and Company Ltd and Banks DIH LTD.