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Final Standings

1.- Panama 4 0 8
2.- Costa Rica 3 1 5
3.- Honduras 2 2 6
4.- Nicaragua 1 4 5
5.- Guatemala 0 3 3

Stats Leaders
Points

Pedro Salazar (Honduras) 83
Jorge Arias (Costa Rica) 74
Johnny Lampson (Nicaragua) 72

Three Pointers

Juan Reyes (Honduras) 11
Maximiliano Gomez (Panama) 9
Carlos Padilla (Honduras) 8

Assists

Carlos Padilla (Honduras) 17
Jorge Arias (Costa Rica) 14
Jimmy Garcia (Costa Rica) 14

Offensive Rebounds

Carlos Padilla (Honduras) 17
Jorge Arias (Costa Rica) 14
Jimmy Garcia (Costa Rica) 14

Defensive Rebounds

Pedro Salazar (Honduras) 30
Gonzalo Ortiz (Panama) 22
Orlando Daly (Costa Rica) 17

 
San Jose, Costa Rica from November 20th to the 26th, of 1999 with the participation of the 6 Central American countries. The championship is a qualifier under FIBA for the CENTROBASKET tournament (Central America and the Caribbean Championship to be held in 2,001.

   Day 6
 Panama won Central American Championships in San Juan, Costa Rica.
Third Place: Costa Rica 91-Nicaragua 77 (Arias 23; MacKenzie 28)
Championship: Panama 77-Honduras 50 (Gonzalo Ortiz 17, Ivan Jaen 17 - Pedro Salazar 14, Juan Reyes 11)
Despite missing their top players, Panama easily dominated the tournament. Panama and Honduras qualify for Centrobasket 2001.

   Day 5
Panama – Guatemala 77-55
Panamerica: Ivan Jaen 17+7reb, Gonzalo Ortiz 17
Guatemala: Edson Barrios 13+3ast
Honduras – Costa Rica 69-57
Honduras: Pedro Salazar 20
Costa Rica: Juan Carlos Arguedas 11

   Day 4
Nicaragua – Guatemala 71-70 (Johny Lampson 27, Gladstone Allen 15+13reb - Joaquin Ortiz 19, Victor Padilla 12)

   Day 3
Honduras defeated Nicaragua 66-63 after very tough game.
Honduras – Nicaragua 66-63 (Juan Francisco Reyes 17+6ast, Pedro Salazar 14+9reb - Edwin Enrique Watters 18, Johnny Lampson 17)
Costa Rica 79 - Panama 81 (Arias 22; Jaen 22)

   Day 2
Costa Rica 82-Nicaragua 75 (Arias 30; Mackenzie 27)
Honduras 81-Guatemala 71

   Day 1
Costa Rica 94-Guatemala 57
(Daley 19; Padilla 23)
Panama 111-Nicaragua 84 (Gomez 19, Grenald 18; Lampson 21)

   Panama
1. Isaac Eduardo (Colon)
2. Cerezo Carlos (Colon)
3. Bennett Danubio (Colon)
4. Yearwood Ricardo (Panama East)
5. Fiss Anthony (Panama East)
6. Barichovich Ameth (Panama East)
7. Ortiz Gonzalo (Panama East)
8. Grenald Enrique (Panama East)
9. Gomez Maximiliano (Panama Center)
10. Stoute Alfonso (Panama Center)
11. Mendieta Abdiel (Panama Center)
12. Jaen Ivan (Grecia-Costa Rica)

   Costa Rica
William Mason (Cartago)
Franklin Berty (Cartago)
Andres Leandro (Cartago)
Juan Carlos Arguedas (Grecia)
Edgar Barrantes (Grecia)
Jorge Arias (Liceo)
Gilberto Brown (Liceo)
Herman Robertson (Limon)
Marlon Pinnock (Limon)
Orlando Daley (No Club)
Coach: Jaime Pena

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