Stingerz rally to trounce Crushers

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LJ Northside Stingerz bounced back from their upsetting loss to HomeTech Systems Outlaws to trounce Yorks Crushers,102-64, on Saturday night, at the JSC Sports Complex in the Antigua and Barbuda Basketball Association (ABBA) Division one league.
Stingerz, who were without a number of key players, including Coy Quinland and Corey Evans, rose to the
occasion versus a very athletic Crushers team that
had chalked up a huge win over defending champions, H.U.F. Baldwin Braves on Thursday.
The victors were led by national player and 2017 League MVP, Vivian “Boast” Destin who dominated the encounter, netting a game high 34 points, 15 rebounds and 4 assists.
“We know we are missing a few key players, Coy and Corey, so I know I had to bring an extra effort tonight …. plus the playoffs are coming up so we have to get ourselves ready,” said Destin in a brief interview.
He was assisted by James Barbee Jr., who sank 18 points and had 10 assists and five steals.
Former MVP, Keroi “Dragon” Lee also scored 18 points and grabbed 19 rebounds while teammate, Desmond Spencer chipped in with 16 points.
Former national player, Leroy Percival, also of Stingerz, contributed with 12 points and nine rebounds.
Crushers’ Decosta Walbrook and Nigel “Snarks” Joseph had 14 points respectively, with Walbrook grabbing six rebounds.
National player, Cohen DeSouza struggled scoring a disappointing 12 points and 10 rebounds.
Crushers now hold a 6-7 record.
In the lone Division 3 match that night, F and G Trading Cuties Ovals Ojays recorded yet another victory, trouncing Hon. Gaston Browne PointVille Ballers, 66-46.
National junior players, Judah Ferris and Delornje Jules led the Ojays to their third straight win as they, respectively contrbuted 26 points and 10 rebounds, and 14 points and eight rebounds.
Kyle Alexander of Ballers had 20 points with assistance from Trey Beazer who netted 12 points and grabbed five rebounds.

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