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CBC Championships 2002 - Men Basketball




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Group A
1.US Virg.Isl. 2-0
2.Bahamas 1-0
3.Barbados 1-1
4.Aruba 0-2
Group B
1.Dominic.R. 1-0
2.Jamaica 2-0
3.Antigua 1-0
4.St.Vincent 0-2
5.Brit.Vir.Isl. 0-3

  USVI takes championship, Bahamas qualifies for Centrobasket - Jul 7, 2002 - by Jim Goloboy
The USVI beat the Dominican Republic for the second straight year, this team defeating them 60-57 in front of a raucous home crowd on St. Thomas. The USVI led by 11 at halftime and despite some strong runs by the Dominicans, never relinquished the lead. Calvert White and Jason Edwin topped the USVI with 12 points each, while Cuthbert Victor scored 11. Jeff Greer did his best for the Dominicans, scoring 26 points.

The Bahamas edged Antigua 76-75 in the third place game, grabbing the final spot in next year's Centrobasket tournament. Four players scored in double figures for each team, with Antigua's Bryan Matthew leading all scorers with 19 points.

5th Place: Jamaica 75-Barbados 66

7th Place: British Virgin Islands 105-Aruba 60


  Caribbean Championships--Semifinal Details - Jul 6, 2002 - by Jim Goloboy
US Virgin Islands 78-Bahamas 65 (Victor 24, Heywood 15, Brown 14; Stubbs 18, Moss 13, Hall 12)

Dominican Rep. 93-Antigua 73 (Flores 20, Paniagua 14, Martinez 10, R. Greer 10; Matthew 26)

Barbados 68-British Virgin Islands 59 (A. Alleyne 23, Leacock 13; Lettsome 17, Penn 15)

Jamaica 115-Aruba 63 (Dunkley 24, Dumont 19; Martis 27)

Today's Games

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Final: USVI vs. Dominican Rep.

3rd: Bahamas vs. Antigua

5th: Barbados vs. Jamaica

7th: BVI vs. Aruba

  US Virgin Islands to face Dominican Republic in final - Jul 5, 2002 - by Jim Goloboy
The US Virgin Islands defeated the Bahamas 79-63 to advance to the finals of the Caribbean Championships against the Dominican Republic. The win also puts the USVI in next year's Centrobasket tournament. After a very tight first half, the USVI used their power and depth to wear down their opponents as they have done in every game this tournament. Bahamas will play Antigua for third place and the final spot in Centrobasket.

The USVI upset the Dominican Republic 101-92 at last yea'r's Centrobasket. In front of the home crowd, with an NBA player added to the lineup, they have to been considered the favorite this time, but the Dominicans are the one team in this tournament with the size and depth to challenge the USVI.

  Dominican Republic advances to the final. - Jul 5, 2002 - by Jim Goloboy
The Dominican Republic defeated Antigua 93-73 to advance to the final, where they will face the USVI/Bahamas winner. More details later.

  USVI, Dominican Republic top groups as first round wraps up. - Jul 5, 2002 - by Jim Goloboy
The US Virgin Islands finished the first round of play with a perfect 4-0 record after an 82-63 win over Jamaica. The USVI again took control of the game in the fourth quarter, led by Carl Thomas who scored most of his team-high 14 points in the final period. Jamaica, who fell out of semfinal contention with their second straight loss, was led by Michael Kennedy's 20 points and Julian Dunkley's 18. Antigua grabbed the second spot in Group A with an 84-76 defeat of winless St. Vincent earlier in the day. Jason Brazier and Bryan Matthew both had breakout games for the Antiguans, combining for 46 points. Shawn Browne scored 23 for St. Vincent.

In the showdown for the Group B title, the Dominican Republic whipped the Bahamas 93-75 behind 16 points each from brothers Jeff and Ricardo Greer. Juan Carlos Martinez and Carlos Paniagua also cracked double figures for the Dominicans. Glenroy Ferguson again led the Bahamas with 19 points, while former Gonzaga guard Quentin Hall chipped in with 17.

Group A: USVI 4-0, Antigua 3-1, Jamaica 2-2, BVI 1-3, St. Vincent 0-4

Group B: Dominican Rep. 3-0, Bahamas 2-1, Barbados 1-2, Aruba 0-3

Semifinals: USVI vs. Bahamas, Dominican Republic vs. Antigua

  USVI, Bahamas maintain unbeaten records - Jul 4, 2002 - by Jim Goloboy
The US Virgin Islands moved to 3-0 in Group A by defeating Antigua 82-60. Kevin Sheppard and Cuthbert Victor scored 19 points apeice as the USVI pulled away in the second half. Antigua, who fell to 2-1, got 14 points from Mario Davis. Antigua will still likely make the seminifinals if they can beat St. Vincent on Thursday. The USVI can clinch the group with a win over Jamaica.

In Group B, Bahamas routed Aruba 113-55. The Arubans lost their three pool games by an average of 63 points. Five players from the Bahamas scored in double figures, topped by Ryan Moss and Glenroy Ferguson with 17 each. Ricardo Pierre was right behind them with 16. Bahamas clinches a spot in the semifinals, and will play the Dominican Republic for the Group B championship on Thursday afternoon.

  Dominican Republic dominates Barbados - Jul 3, 2002 - by Jim Goloboy
After introducing themselves to the Caribbean Championships with an 82-point win over Aruba on Sunday, the Dominican Republic was expected to receive a tougher challenge Tuesday night against a Barbados team that needed a win to stay alive in the competition. But the Dominicans pushed Barbados aside almost as easily as they did the Arubans, shooting over 50% in the first half and forcing loads of turnovers en route to a 53-25 halftime lead. With the result decided, the second half descended into sloppiness, and the Bajans were able make a late run, making the final score respectable at 87-71. Jaime Peterson led the winners with 21 points.

Earlier in the day, Antigua moved to 2-0 in Group A by defeating Jamaica 82-64.

  Top Performances in Caribbean Championships Through 3 Days - Jul 2, 2002 - by Jim Goloboy

Carlos Paniagua (DOM) 28pts vs. Aruba
Jeff Greer (DOM) 21pts vs. Aruba
David Lettsome (BVI) 47pts through 3 games
Dwayne Penn (BVI) 46pts through 3 games
Julian Dunkley (JAM) 30pts vs. BVI, 17pts vs. St. Vincent
Oral Roberts (STV) 22pts vs. USVI
Jameel Heywood (ISV) 29pts vs. St. Vincent
Jabahri Brown (ISV) 16pts, 10rbs vs. BVI
Glenroy Ferguson (BAH) 31pts vs. Barbados
Ryan Moss (BAH) 22pts vs. Barbados

  Caribbean Championship results/standings - Jul 1, 2002 - by Jim Goloboy
Three days of action at the Caribbean Championships on St. Thomas have seen the pre-tournament favorites rise to the top...the real show begins later this week.

 

Group A

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Jamaica 81-British Virgin Islands 63

US Virgin Islands 101-St. Vincent 64

Antigua 102-British Virgin Islands 79

Jamaica 80-St. Vincent 57

US Virgin Islands 96-British Virgin Islands 56

 

Standings: USVI 2-0, Jamaica 2-0, Antigua 1-0, St. Vincent 0-2, British Virgin Islands 0-3.

 

Group B

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Barbados 79-Aruba 31

Dominican Republic 140-Aruba 58

Bahamas 85-Barbados 74

 

Standings: Dominican Republic 1-0, Bahamas 1-0, Barbados 1-1, Aruba 0-2.


  Dominican National Team 2002
Jeff Greer (195-G/F-79, college: Rutgers)
Luis Flores (188-G-81, college: Rutgers)
Ricardo Greer (195-F/G-78, agent: Pensack Ben, college: Pittsburgh)
Juan Carlos Martinez (205-F/C-78, agent: Woltzen Scott, college: W.Illinois)
Oskaris Lenderborg (193-G/F-72, agent: Cuesta Tracey)
Jaime Peterson (204-F-71, college: Pittsburgh)
Carlos Paniagua (201-F/C-76, college: Temple)
Carlos Martinez
Amaury Filion (206-C-81, college: High School USA)
Joel Ramirez (177-G-81)
Richard Ortega (188-G-82)
Henry Lalane (200-F-78, college: St.Francis,NY)
Head Coach: Jose Dominguez
Assistant: Juan Matos

   Barbados National Team 2002
Andrew Alleyne (203-F/C-68)
Victor Payne (193-G/F-75, college: Cent.Conn.St.)
Kevin Patterson
Anderson Straker (196-F-70)
Andre Boadu
Kevin John
Mark Foster (193-F-74)
Henry Richards
Ryan Maynard (75)
Gregory Simmons
Peter Alleyne (198-F-76)
Ryan Leacock (180-G-75)
Coach: Mark Harding

  Jamaica National Team 2002
The squad includes only three domestic-based players.
Kimani Ffriend (211-C-77, agent: Capicchioni Luciano, college: Nebraska) (Greenville, NBDL)
Marlon Dumont (206-F-77, agent: Mc Intyre Frank, Texas Christian, NCAA1)
Damion Staple (Southeastern Illinois, NJCAA)
Gary Durrant (196-G/F-75, agent: Woltzen Scott, college: Florida Atlantic)
Sean Plummer (Rio Grande, NAIA1)
Julian Dunkley (207-F/C-77, agent: Capicchioni Luciano, college: Maine) (Arkadia Traiskirchen, AUT)
Brian Lewis
Dwayne Cross
O'Neil Kamaka (ex-St. Mary's, NCAA1)
Michael Kennedy (206-C-64)
Errol Jarrett
David Martin (Tivoli All-Stars)
Richard Andrews (Tivoli All-Stars)
Rohan Robinson (Urban Knights)

  Antigua National Team 2002
Bryan Matthew (196-G/F-74, agent: Clibanoff James, college: Iona)
Lennox Mc Coy (188-G-77, agent: Olson Dan, college: Cent.Oklahoma) (Tolka Rovers, IRL)
Mario Davis (198-F)
Mahijah Davis (194-G-) (Central Oklahoma, NCAA2)
Jason Brazier (Lewis-Clark St., NAIA)
Teon Joseph (G-) (Freetown Travellers)
Andy Williams (Future Stars)
Kenworth James (Ballers Our Blend)
Randy Samuel
Oslyn Gregory (Big Banana Xpress)
Deon Jules (F) (Asot Arcade West Five)
Negus Davis (191-G) (Baldwin Braves)
Coach: Irwin Armstrong

  British Virgin Islands National Team 2002
David Lettsome-G
Trevon Lewis-G
Jovaughn Cameron-G
Kennedy Bass-G
Steve Parillon-F
Randy George-F
Keith Malone-F
Edred Stoutt-F
Trevor Stevens-F
Dwayne Penn-C
Anthony Bobb-C
Eric Mathias-C
Coach: Morris Wattley
Assistants: Arnold Collins, Brian Brewley

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