OCS dominance continue

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Ottos Comprehensive School (OCS) continued to show their dominance in the Senior boy’s division as they flexed their muscles on former champions, Antigua Grammar School (AGS), 62-38 on Wednesday afternoon at the Blackburn basketball court in Villa.
OCS remain a notch above the rest as national junior players, Lincoln Weekes and Javon Simon were unstoppable forces, netting 21 and 18 points, respectively pushing their team’s unblemished record to 6-0.
Teammate, Jabari Williams assisted with 10 points while Jamie Charles and Shamar Joseph scored a combined 27 points for the Semper Virens.
The agony continued for AGS as their Mini-boy’s Secondary team fell to defending champions, Clare Hall Secondary School (CHSS), 19-8.
Joel Robin who sank 6 points for the victors spoke briefly with OBSERVER media after the win.
“I have to thank my team for playing well. No one person can beat a team and we played together and played team basketball, so I am happy for that.”
He was assisted by Marvin Athill and Michael Gonsalves who made 5 and 4 points respectively.
Matthew Christian scored 3 points for the Semper Virens.
Liberta Primary continue to make an impressive run to repeat as champions in the Mini-boy’s Primary division as they defeated Old Road Primary, 10-6.
Algernon Hodge led the champions to victory with 4 points.
Cedar Grove Primary also found themselves in the winner’s circle as they trounced Charlesworth T Samuel, 14-2.
The dynamic duo of Craig Massiah and Javere Joseph scored a combined 14 points for the victors.
“I couldn’t have done it without my team. We played very well,” said Massiah cheerfully.
Villa Primary suffered an upsetting loss in the Mini-girl’s Primary section as they fell to J.T. Ambrose, 20-1.
Danica Garnett drilled 14 points for J.T.
In the other matches that day, Buckleys Primary edged out Charlesworth T. Samuel, 6-4 while Princess Margaret School (PMS) went under to Christ the King High (CKHS), 26-13.
Azairiah Henry sank all of Buckley’s 6 points while Shorna Ogarro netted all 4 for Charlesworth T. Samuel.
CKHS’ Nia Coates had a game high 16 points while for PMS, Nzola Pryce scored 5.

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