The Bahamas in 125-21 blow-out win over Dominica

Tourney favourites The Bahamas continued their path of destruction in the Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) boys U16 championships humbling lowly Dominica by a 125-21 margin yesterday at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.

The difference of 104 points is the largest margin of victory to date, with the Dominicans being guilty of recording the three lowest totals thus far.

Dominick Bridgewater in the process of scoring an uncontested layup during his side’s easy win over Dominica in the Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) Boys u16 Championship at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
Dominick Bridgewater in the process of scoring an uncontested layup during his side’s easy win over Dominica in the Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) Boys u16 Championship at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.

Dominick Bridgewater led the assault with a game high 20 points and nine steals while Chosen Levarity was the next best scorer with 18 points on a score sheet that five other players in double figures.

They were Samuel Hunter, Derrico Burrows, Davonte Jennings, Christopher Johnson and Alfedo Brown who scored 13, 12, 12, 11 and 10 points correspondingly. For the Dominicans, Jamie John-Rose top scored with six points.

With the result, Bahamas move to 3-0 and became the only team to record over 100 points in each of their matches.

Meanwhile, Jamaica clinched their third consecutive win in the Championship, steamrolling Aruba 71-58.

Samora Williams recorded a double-double of 18 points and 11 rebounds in the comfortable win while Jabari Cunningham supported with figures of 14 points and 10 rebounds. Assisting with 15 points was Jalen Menzies.

For the Arubans, Leonardo Winterdal scored 15 points, with the next best scorer coming in the form of Jahleel Heemstadt with 11 points. With the loss, Aruba were bounced out of the event with a record of 1-3.

On the other hand, the Jamaicans will lock horns with the host Guyana today in their final fixture. Also, Barbados defeated Antigua and Barbuda 75-61. Up to press time, Guyana was slated face off with Trinidad and Tobago. The event will resume at the same venue today with another four matches.

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