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Calabar, St George's hunt semi-final berths in ISSA basketball play-offs - Feb 9, 2019


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Former champions Calabar High and St George's College could book their places in the semi-finals of the ISSA boys' national play-offs today if they can win their second quarter-final games in three days after scoring wins in Montego Bay on Tuesday. Calabar High will face Christiana High at Belair High in the Under-19 section after beating York Castle High, while the winners of the Under-16 game between St George's College and Manchester High, also at Belair, will advance to the semis from Zone Four. On Tuesday, Calabar High, the fourth seed from the Southern Conference, outscored Western Confederation runners-up York Castle High 24-12 in the second half for a comfortable 49-34 win. Nedjrick Peat had a double-double game-high 14 points and 16 rebounds for York Castle but could not get them past a Calabar team that failed to establish dominance in the first half. Both teams started slowly and went scoreless for the first four minutes of the game but York Castle led 10-8 after the first quarter before the Kingston school edged to the front at half-time, leading by just two points, 25-23. Calabar, who had two players score 11 points each, extended their advantage to 15 points, 43-28, at the end of the third quarter. Carlton Boothe scored 11 points and had 10 rebounds for Calabar, Tyrese Jackson also scored 11 points and Shavarne Beech scored 10 for the winners.
In the Under-16 game, St George's College dominated Cornwall College, who were losing their second game after being blown out by 43 points by Manchester High in Mandeville on Friday. St George's College got off to a fast start and led by 16 points, 32-16, at half=time and then cruised to a 58-40 victory led by 14 points each from Joshau Jackson and Justin Nelson. Romario Senior had a game-high 22 points and 10 blocked shots for Cornwall College and just missed a triple-double by one rebound, hauling down nine, while Peter Murray scored four points and got 12 rebounds.
Courtesy of: jamaicaobserver.com  




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