– as Phillip George Legacy III heats up
Pepsi Sonics and Colts remained unbeaten while Ravens and Pacesetters enforced
separate beatings Saturday night on the Burnham Court when the Phillip George Legacy Basketball tournament III continued.
Sonics defeated Knights 79-69 with Jason Squires dumping in 22 points while Jermain Reid added 16 points and Bevon Spooner 11 points. For Knights, Yannick December scored 21, Jacob Lowe 19 and Owan Walton 15 points.
Ravens then beat Rockers 89-72 with Dominic Vincente pouring in 23 points and Winston Chapman supporting with 14 points. Darion Lewis also pitched in with 13 points while Ryan Gullen and Tyron Hamid had 10 points each for the all-round team effort.
Neil Wills had 24 points for Rockers while Jason Fraser and Michael Beavan had 16 and 15 points respectively for the Berbice team that sunk to its third straight loss.
Pacesetters then dished out a beating on the Georgetown Masters in a 92-61 win that saw Stephan Gillis landing huge three-point missiles in a 24-point performance as Michael Turner added 16 points, Travis Williams 15 points and Travis Burnett 14 points.
Master guard, Lugard Mohan scored 26 points while D. Muir had 13 points for the Masters, who had beaten Rockers last week.
Colts then brought the curtains down on the night with a 76-57 triumph to also remain unbeaten with Rayon Cummings scoring 20 points. Shane Webster and Nikkoloi Smith also pitched in with 16 points apiece as Dave Causway added 14 points.
Marlon Pollydore and Chris Williams had 17 points each for Royals. The tournament will continue this weekend.
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