Fassett leads Flyers to their sixth straight win

Source: fvlnothinbutnet.com

CBA player, Torey Fassett continues to make his mark in the 2018 season of the Antigua and Barbuda Basketball Association Division one league, leading former champions, Flyers Basketball to their sixth straight win at the JSC Sports Complex on Saturday night.

With the absence of captain and national player, Kenya Achom,  Fassett rose to the occasion with an impressive 33 points, 11 rebounds and four steals to lead Flyers to a 95-89 victory over HomeTech Systems Outlaws.

He was assisted by Kwame “Special K” Brathwaite who had 19 points and 15 rebounds and Sean Nicholas who chipped in netting 11 points and grabbing eight rebounds.

Adonis Humphreys stamped his return after an ankle injury saw him sit out over a month of play with 10 points and nine rebounds.

Teammate, Selassie Brathwaite also contributed with 10 points and five steals.

The orange men now sit in second place with a 10-2 record.

Outlaws’ Kevin “Pumpkin” Roberts had 33 points, seven rebounds and five steals with assistance from former national player, Jason London who sank 31 points and made four assists.

Teammate, Andrew “Puss” Venture contributed with 10 points, eight rebounds, nine assists and seven steals.

Outlaws remain in the 6th spot with a 6-7 record.

LJ Northside Stingerz also picked up a win on Saturday as they trounced Ottos Full Throttle, 93-67.

Highflyer, Keroi “Dragon” Lee led Stingerz to a 10-2 record with 27 points and 21 rebounds.

He was assisted by 2017 League MVP, Vivian “Boast” Destin who sank 24 points and snatched 10 rebounds.

Teammates, James Barbee Jr and Coy Quinland chipped in as Barbee netted 19 points and five rebounds while Quinalnd grabbed 21 rebounds.

CBA player, Isaac Bragg had 10 points and six rebounds for Full Throttle.

Teammates, Brandon Williams and Warren Bogle both scored 10 points with Williams grabbing five rebounds and six steals and Bogle five rebounds.

Ottos sit in the 8th position with a 3-10 record.

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