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Eight teams through to Southern Basketball Conference quarter-finals - Oct 12, 2018


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EXED Heats, along with Rae Town Raptors, Real Lions, Arnett Rockers, The Saints, Majesty Gardens Legends, Delacree Park Hotsteppers, and Harbour View Supernovas are through to the best-of-three quarter-final play-offs in the 2018 Sports Development Foundation/Southern Basketball Conference/Howard McCatty Community League which begins today. There will be a new champion this season as defending champions Spanish Town Spartans were eliminated after they failed to finish in the top two places in their Zone D play-off matches. The quarter-final match-ups will Majesty Gardens Legends going up against Delacree Park Hotsteppers today at the Majesty Gardens court, starting at 6:30 pm. Real Lions will take on Arnett Gardens Rockers at Calabar High School at 4:30 pm, while Rae Town Raptors will host St George's Saints at Breezy Castle at 6:30 pm. The fourth quarter-final is scheduled to be played next Tuesday at a venue to be named. The Lions came out on top ahead of The Saints in Zone A; the Heats topped Zone B from Hotsteppers; Legends took first place ahead of Supernovas in Zone C, while Zone D was won by Raptors ahead of Arnett Rockers, during the preliminary round, which was divided into four zones. Last Thursday Raptors clipped the Rockers 61-60 in a thrilling encounter. Kimone Spence with 18 points, and Kamar Hurd with 14 points and 13 rebounds contributed most of the scoring for Raptors. Portmore Vipers clipped St George's Saints in another thriller 72-71, with Swayvion Henry scoring 21 points for the winners, while Kirk Morgan scored 16 points and pulled 13 rebounds for the losers. With the Vipers winning the final play-off game of the first round, Zone A had a three-way tie on points. The Lions took first place with the best goal average pushing St George's Saints into the second spot. EXED Heats were awarded points over Swift Sons who failed to show for their game. And in games played on Tuesday, St George's Saints upset Real Lions 71-64. For the Saints, Andy Smith scored 22 points and had 11 rebounds, Jason Moses added 17 points, and Conroy Morgan got 12 points, while for the Lions, Dasean Boyd got 13 points and eight rebounds, and Andrew Whilby contributed 11 points and eight rebounds. Delacree Park Hotsteppers defeated Swift Sons 74-45 with Deverlaux Preston scoring 17 points and adding seven assists, Howard Daley with 15 points, and Royan Folkes with 12 points for the winners. Marvin Powell and Keron Caine scored 17 points and 11 points, respectively, for the losers. Rae Town Raptors defeated Spanish Town Spartans 87-48. For the Raptors, Kimone Spence got 20 points and had nine rebounds, Malik Pusey scored 14 points, nine rebounds and five assists, Usama Hagg sank 15 points, Anthony Burton, 10 points, Kamar Hurd with 15 points and 12 rebounds. Sheldon McDonald got 12 points and Akeem Brooks 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Spartans.
Courtesy of: jamaicaobserver.com   



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