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CBC Championships 2007 - Women Basketball


Play-Off bracket
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CARICOM Standings
Group A
1. Trinid/T. 3-0
2. Domin.R. 2-1
3. US V.Isl 1-2
4. Bahamas 0-3
Group B
1. P.Rico 2-0
2. Barbados 1-1
3. Antigua 0-2

CARICOM
Final Standings
1. P.Rico
1. Trinid/T.
2. Domin.R.
2. Barbados
3. US V.Isl
4. Bahamas
3. Antigua
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Puerto Rican National Team 2007


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Gonzalez


Vargas
4 Zulmarie Sanchez (165-G-87)
5 Pamela Rosado (160-G-86) of Montaneras de Morovis
6 Cynthia Valentin (173-G-84) of Elizur Belisima Holon (ISR)
7 Milagro Martinez (173-G-80) of Leonas de Ponce

8 Juanita Rivera (183-F-71) of Montaneras de Morovis
9 Mildred Emmanuelli (165-G-89)
10 Carla Escalera (-84) of Gigantes de Carolina
11 Nicole Davila (186-C-86) of UPR-Cayey
12 Angeiely Morales (-87)
13 Lindsay Gonzalez (160-G-82) of Montaneras de Morovis

14 Liza Baez (174-G/F-87)
15 Esmary Vargas (191-C-81) of Flying Foxes Post SV Wien (AUT)

 Puerto Rico wins CBC championship - Aug. 16, 2007
Puerto Rico - Trinidad and Tobago 67:43
Puerto Rican National team triumphed at home CBC championship. They handled Trinidad and Tobago in the title decider and clinched the top spot. Trinidad kept it close in the first half but Cynthia Valentin (173-G-84, college: Indiana) spurred Puerto Rico to a 14:0 run in the third quarter which saw hosts to clear off for good. Cynthia Valentin finished the game with 30 points for Puerto Rico. Millie Martinez provided 7 points and 5 boards for the winners.

Dominican Republic defeated Barbados 84:45 to grab Bronze medals. The win also means Dominican Republic qualified for the 2008 Centrobasket tournament.

 Puerto Rico and Trinidad secure 2008 Centrobasket birth - Aug. 15, 2007
Semifinals

Trinidad and Tobago - Barbados 82:37
Trinidad and Tobago thrashed Barbados to became the first finalist of the CBC championship in Morovis. They dominated the game right from the start and enjoyed a 33:24 advantage at halftime. Barbados simply stopped after the intermission and allowed Trinidad cruise to an overall success. Barbados nailed just 4 points in the third stanza and were outscored 4:34 to fall behind 20-point deficit. They could never come back into this one and lost the game.
Mahalia Simpson (-76) led Trinidad with 20 points. Pietra Gay (-F/C-74) had 18 points and 6 boards. Jamila Griffith (183-G/F-82, college: Md-Eastern Shore) answered with 12 points for Barbados.

Trinidad and Tobago: Mahalia Simpson 20, Pietra Gay 18+6 boards
Barbados: Jamila Griffith 12


Puerto Rico - Dominican Republic 73:65
Puerto Rico joined Trinidad team in the CBC championship Final. They managed to overcome Dominican Republic in the semifinal clash. The victory means both Puerto Rico and Trinidad and Tobago qualified for the 2008 Centrobasket tournament. The third team will be decided in the Bronze medals battle between Barbados and Dominican Republic.

 The semifinalists are known - Aug. 14, 2007
Group A

Trinidad and Tobago - Virgin Islands 69:45
Trinidad and Tobago team completed the preliminary round at the CBC championship with perfect record. They overcame US Virgin Islands on the last day of action and remained on top of Group A. Trinidad thus qualified for the semifinal stage. They will take on Babrbados today.
Virgin Islands needed a victory to advance into the next round and they started the game pretty bravely. They managed to dominate the starting frame and rolled to an impressive 19:9 lead early in the game. However Virgin Islands could not keep the pace. Trinidad proved the difference in the second quarter storming past theer opponents 25:4 to surge ahead 34:23 at halftime. Attacking basketball continued in the third term as Trinidad players poured basket from all ranges and secured a 54:38 gap after three frames. Virgin Islands run out of steam in the final stanza and failed to perform any sort of comeback.
Trecha Jackson-Kennedy (-82) led Trinidad and Tobago with 23 poitns and 8 boards. Pietra Gay (-F/C-74) and Rhea Codia added 11 points apiece for the winners. Yanique Javois (176-G-86, college: St.Louis) nailed 14 points for Virgin Islands. Damarah Rhymer (175-G-84) had 11 points and 7 boards in a loss.
Virgin Islands outrebounded Trinidad 51:39 but lacked accuracy from the field. They managed just 27% of field goals, while Trinidad responded with 37% accuracy. Virgin Islands also committed as many as 30 turnovers.

Trinidad and Tobago: Trecha Jackson-Kennedy 23+8 boards, Pietra Gay 11, Rhea Codia 11
Virgin Islands: Yanique Javois 14, Damarah Rhymer 11


Dominican Republic - Bahamas 82:59
Dominican Republic thrashed Bahamas and qualified to the CBC championship semis. They ensured 2-1 record and the second spot in Group A ladder. They will now play against Puerto Rico in today's semifinal.
The teams stayed close throughout the first quarter and finished it all square 14:14. However Dominican Republic cleared off in the second term. They outscored Bahamas 31:11 to mark a 45:25 dominance at halftime. Bahamas managed to cut the deficit by 2 points in the third stanza but it was as far as they could get. Dominican Republic wisely secured needed victory at the end and celebrated their second success at the tournament.
Five Dominican Republic players scored in double figures. Andreina Paniagua (-79) and Johanna Morton (-88) paced Dominican Republic with 17 points. Sugeiry Monsac contributed 14 points and 10 boards for the winners. Linda Pierre (-82) had 15 points and 7 boards for Bahamas. Diasti Delancy (-85) added 14 points in defeat.
Dominican Republic had an edge under the rims outrebounding their opponents 40:28. They shot impressive 50% from beyond the arc. Bahamas struggled from the stripe converting just 36% of free throws. They also committed 27 turnovers.

Dominican Republic: Andreina Paniagua 17, Johanna Morton 17
Bahamas: Linda Pierre 15, Diasti Delancy 14


Group B

Puerto Rico - Antigua 91:43
Puerto Rican team easily secured the top spot in Group B at the home CBC championship. This guaranteed them a semifinal birth. They will now play versus Dominican Republic in today's Top 4 action.
Puerto Rico completed the preliminary round with a perfect 2-0 record, while Antigua finished the tournament winless. Puerto Rican players gave Antiguan side little chances in this one. They dominated the game right from the start and enjoyed a 28:14 lead after the first frame. Antiguan squad struggled to maintain the hosts and fell benind 20 points at halftime 25:48. Puerto Rico continued to dismantle their counterparts in the third stanza and drove to a 73:31 advantage. The outcome was clear and Puerto Rican coach allowed bench players to log some more minutes on the court. This never influenced the flow of the game and Puerto Rico won the final quarter 18:12.
Pamela Rosado (160-G-86) topscored for Puerto Rico with 18 points. Cynthia Valentin (173-G-84, college: Indiana) and Angeiely Morales (-87) added 16 points apiece for the winners. Amanda Edwards (-88) answered with 15 points for Antigua. Dalia Clarke (-78) had 8 points and 10 boards in a losing clause.

Puerto Rico: Pamela Rosado 18, Cynthia Valentin 16, Angeiely Morales 16
Antigua: Amanda Edwards 15, Dalia Clarke 8+10 boards

 The action begins in Morovis - Aug. 11, 2007
The CBC championship for Women just statred in Morovis. The tournament comprised two groups of four teams. The best two teams of each group will advance into semifinal. The best three teams will win the ticket to the 2008 Centrobasket tournament.

Group A

Virgin Islands - Bahamas 76:65
Virgin Islands got to a winning start at the CBC championship in Morovis. They beat Bahamas in Group A opener yesterday. Virgin Islands marked their dominance early on as they gained a 22:11 advantage after the first frame. They managed to extend the gap by 2 points in the second quarter and drove to a 40:27 lead at halftime. Bahamas showed some signs of recovery in the third stanza when they finally limited Virgin Islands offensive presence and outscored them 22:19. But it was not enough for an overall success. Virgin Ilands players quickly regained control and sealed the victory at the end.
Yanique Javois (176-G) led all scorers with 21 points for Virgin Islands. Shaquana Wilkins (188-F-83) contributed 17 points and massive 20 rebounds for the winners. Shermaine Cash answered with 11 points for Bahamas. Anastacia Sands had 9 points in a loss.
Virgin Islands had an overwhelming dominance under the rims 59:29. They also shot solid 55% from close range.
Virgin Islands will next take on Dominican Republic tomorrow. Bahamas will try to improve their record against Trinidad and Tobago.

Virgin Islands: Yanique Javois 21, Shaquana Wilkins 17+20 boards
Bahamas: Shermaine Cash 11, Anastacia Sands 9


Group B

Antigua - Barbados 50:61
Barbadian team secured a starting win over Antigua at the CBC championship. They now occupied the top spot in Group B. Barbados spurred ahead right from the start and outscored their opponents 19:10 in the first quarter. Barbados widened the lead in the second frame and cleared off to a 37:17 distance at halftime. Antigua just managed to cut the deficit by 4 points in the third quarter. Barbados wisely secured the winning outcome at the end surviving all possible comeback efforts from Antiguan team.
Jamila Griffith (183-G/F-82, college: Md-Eastern Shore) led Barbados with 17 points and 11 rebounds. Shakira Shorey (180-F-84) had 11 points and 14 boards for the winners. Kebra Nanton produced 11 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists for Antigua. Dalia Clarke and Amanda Edwards scored 9 points apiece in defeat.

Antigua: Kebra Nanton 11+9 boards, Dalia Clarke 9, Amanda Edwards 9
Barbados: Jamila Griffith 17+11 boards, Shakira Shorey 11+14 boards

 Dominca Women's team fares well in Gillien Brazier Tournament. - Jan. 13, 2007
The 7ht annual Gillian Brazier Basketball Tournament took place in the JSC Sports Complex in Antigua on 12/13-12/17/06. The event was won by Big Banana Lady Express but the Dominica representation did a fantastice job to finsih third overall for the tournament. Rosemarie Balson distinguished herself among her peers by leadig the tournament in offensive rebounds, assists, placing third in steals and second in scoring. Besides Balson, Delize Paul and Lisa James also made the all tournament team.

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