Georgetown Technical Institute (GTI), Tutorial High and President’s College secured contrasting u-19 wins when the National School Basketball Festival (NSBF) Georgetown and East Coast Regionals’ continued on Sunday at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
The Woolford Avenue unit made light work of St. Rose’s High, downing the Church Street unit by a 46-25 margin. Former St. Rose’s marksman Nathan Saul led the way for the winners with 14 points while Kerwin Griffith assisted with 10 points. For St. Rose’s Patrice Agrippa and Anfernee Jervis scored nine and six points correspondingly. Meanwhile, Tutorial High dismissed St. Stanislaus 45-35.
Manasseh Murray, Denzel Logan and Tariq Nelson scored 12, 10 and eighth points in the win. Top scoring for the loser was Kadeem Bowen with 14 points. Also, President’s College edged the Bishops’ High 41-34.
Jahleel Duke and Kadeem Peterkin led the way with 15 and 12 points respectively while Mikhail Broomes scored nine points in the loss. In the Girls Division, Plaisance Secondary defeated Charlestown Secondary 13-2.
Daniela King scored five points and snatching four steals while Faith Primo supported with four points and five steals. Taejha Allen scored the only points for the loser.
Meanwhile, Bishops’ High crushed Tutorial High 16-2. Sileena Arjune and Kesann Charles scored six and four points each while Mary Grant netted the only points for Tutorial High.
Similarly, Marian Academy downed President’s College 12-8. Jada Mohan registered four points and five steals while Georginna Vyphuis assisted with four points and seven rebounds.
For the losing team, Claudia Garraway played a lone hand of six points. The final female result witnessed St. Rose’s High crushing St. Stanislaus College 16-2.
Jada Amerally and Ashley Khan top scored with six points apiece while Natesha Seymour was the only scorer for the losers. In the lone u-16 men matchup, Marian Academy defeated President’s College 23-15.
Jordan Alphonso top scored with figures of 14 points, six points and three steals while Josiah Daniels assisted with four points. For the loser, Akeem Crandon recorded 10 points and four rebounds.
The Tournament is sponsored by Digicel Guyana (Bigger Better Network). Edward B. Beharry (Champion) and Company Ltd and Banks DIH LTD (Powerade).