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St. Catherine Academy and St. John’s College are Central Region High School Basketball champions Print E-mail
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basketball-girls.jpg - 106.87 KbThe 2014-2015 Central Region Secondary Schools Basketball Competition came to an end on Friday 5 December, 2014, at Bird’s Isle.

In the female championship game, St. Catherine Academy defeated Gwen Lizarraga High School by the score of 15-11. The top scorer for St. Catherine Academy was Indy Dixon with 6 points and the top scorer for Gwen Lizarraga High School was Kayla Bowden with 6 points.

In the male championship game, St. John’s College defeated Sadie Vernon Technical High School by the score of 86-65. The top scorers for St. John’s College were Dudley Erskine with 21 points and Sydney Bradley with 16 points. For Sadie Vernon Technical High School, the top scorers were Glency Lopez with 33 points and Darnel Galvez with 13 points.

In the first game of the championship series played on Wednesday 3 December, 2014, in the female competition, St. Catherine Academy defeated Gwen Lizarraga High School by the score of 34-22. The top scorers for St. Catherine Academy were Tricia Jefferies with 11 points, Briany Jex and Indy Dixon with 6 points. For Gwen Lizarraga High School, the top scorer was Kayla Bowden with 15 points.

In the male series, St. John’s College defeated Sadie Vernon Technical High School by the score of 80-55. The top scorers for St. John’s College were Dudley Erskine with 22 points, Sydney Bradley with 13 points and Jahrel Dawson with 12 points. For Sadie Vernon Technical High, the top scorers were Glency Lopez with 33 points, David Roca and Raheem Staine with 8 points each.

At the end of the championship series, Tricia Jefferies from St. Catherine Academy was named the Most Valuable Player while Dudley Erskine of St. John’s College was named the Most Valuable Player in the male category.

The Silent Hero Award in the female category went to Armani Bradley of Gwen Lizarraga High School and in the male category the award went to Darnel Galvez of Sadie Vernon Technical High School.

We say congratulations to the winners of the Central Region Secondary Schools Basketball Competition.

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 December 2014 16:10
 
National High Schools Basketball championship at Bird’s Isle Print E-mail
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The National Secondary Schools Sports Association and the Bowen and Bowen National Basketball Championship will be played on Friday 12 and Saturday 13 December, 2014, at Bird’s Isle. This year’s championship is being hosted by Excelsior High School.

The schools that have earned the right to represent their respective regions are from Central in female St. Catherine Academy and male St. John’s College. From the West in both female and male Sacred Heart College, from the South female Delille Academy and male Julian Cho Technical High School and from the North female Muffles College and male San Pedro High School.

In the first game on Friday 12 December in female competition Muffles College will go up against Sacred Heart College and this will be followed by male game 1, San Pedro High School against Sacred Heart College and this will be followed by female game 2, Delille Academy against St. Catherine Academy and in the final game of the day in male it will be Julian Cho Technical against St. John’s College.

The competition will continue on Saturday 13 December with the consolation games in both the female and male category and this will be followed by the female championship game and then the male championship game.

 


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