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Nazarene High School and St. Catherine leads in high school basketball Print E-mail
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Thursday, 29 November 2012 00:00

Gwen Lizarraga’s Akeem RichardsonThe Central Region Secondary Schools Basketball Competition continues at the Bird’s Isle with a number of games on the schedule.

On Tuesday, November 27th, 2012, in the female competition, St. Catherine Academy continued on its winning path when it defeated its nemesis Pallotti High School by the score of 30-11. The top scorers for St. Catherine Academy were Gilda Estrada with 18 points, and Indie Dixon with 4 points; while the top scorer for Pallotti High School was Megan Longsworth with 4 points.

In the male game, Sadie Vernon Technical High School defeated Anglican Cathedral College by the score of 67-65. The top scorers for Sadie Vernon Technical were Lincey Lopez with 24 points and Jamal Augustine with 21 points. Meanwhile, the top scorers for Anglican Cathedral College were Auburn Rivero with 17 points and Travis Bernardez with 16 points.

On Monday, November 26th, in the first of two male games, Nazarene High School won its 6th consecutive game for this year’s competition when it defeated Gwen Lizarraga High School by the score of 72-70. The top scorers for Nazarene High School were Alejandro Baptist with 19 points and Keenan Hyde with 16 points; while the top scorers for Gwen Lizarraga High School were Akeem Richardson with 24 points and Albert Longsworth with 15 points.

In the second male game, Excelsior High School defeated Maud Williams High School by the score of 68-47. The top scorers for Excelsior High School were Enfield Martinez with 22 points and Malcolm Nunez with 15 points, and for Maud Williams, the top scorers were Jefford Cacho with 23 points and Naphtali Watters with 8 points.

The competition then continued on Friday, November 23rd, 2012. In the female game played, Gwen Lizarraga High School defeated Pallotti High School by the score of 40-20. The top scorers for Gwen Lizarraga High School were Ann Ma Chen with 15 points and Shaneen Flowers with 12 points. For Pallotti High School, the top scorer was Megan Longsworth with 14 points.

On Thursday, November 22nd, in female competition, St. Catherine Academy upended the previously unbeaten Wesley College by the score of 28-18. The top scorers for St. Catherine Academy were Gilda Estrada with 16 points and Indi Dixon with 6 points. Meanwhile, the top scorers for Wesley College were Genae Samuels with 8 points and Shanice Humes with 6 points.

In the male game, Anglican Cathedral College defeated Edward P. Yorke High School by the score of 78-69. The top scorers for Anglican Cathedral College were Brandon Rose with 17 points, Kelvin Hendy with 16 points, and Douglas Valley with 14 points. The scorers for Edward P. Yorke High School were Akeem Baptist with 24 points, Kevin Popper with 18 points, and Gabriel Taylor with 15 points.

On Wednesday, November 21st, in the first of two male games played, Gwen Lizarraga High School defeated St. John’s College by the score of 67-62. The top scorers for Gwen Lizarraga were Akeem Richardson with 29 points and Albert Longsworth with 11 points, and for St. John’s College the top scorers were Cordell Gonzalez with 15 points and Sydney Bradley with 11 points.

In the second game, Nazarene High School defeated Excelsior High School by the score of 67-54. The top scorers for Nazarene High School were Alejandro Baptist with 28 points and Eldon August with 13 points. Meanwhile, the top scorers for Excelsior High School were Malcolm Nunez with 16 points and Enfield Martinez with 14 points.