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Cayman Islands Basketball (Men)


Shaad
O'Garro
Sol Blazers remain undefeated - 13 days ago
The defending champions are continuing the dominance throughout the National Men's League 2017 Season. Although they aren't doing it in the emphatic fashion as in past seasons, the Blazers are still a force to be reckoned with. Off season trades saw the exit of started Deandre Simpson (196-F-90, college: Webber Intern.) (who went to the Warriors) and Davie Cotterell (who went to the Silver Bullets) but the Veteran Kevin Maxwell (80) and Triple Double Monster Shaad O'Garro (199-F/G-90, col...   [read more]
WB Financial boosts youth basketball - 5 months ago
Victor O'Garro, better known as Coach Voot, technical director for basketball in the Cayman Islands, has received a sponsorship check for $1,500 from Virginia Czarnocki of WB Financial for the development of the Cayman Islands Basketball Association Under-19 league. The CIBA U-19 games are played at Clifton Hunter High School on Saturdays from 3 p.m. There are four male teams and four female teams participating in the league. WB Financial has bought playing apparel for all of the teams   [read more]
Wesleyan Academy wins trophy in Blue Iguana Basketball Jamboree - 1 Year ago
Wesleyan Christian Academy took home the championship trophy from Cayman International School's annual Blue Iguana International Basketball Jamboree as the reigning champions for the fifth year in a row. Triple C finished second and Cayman Prep was third after defeating Aruba, who finished in fourth place. A school from Jamaica also participated in the fifth annual jamboree from March 9-13, in addition to CIS, Cayman Prep, Triple C and Wesleyan Christian Academy   [read more]


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