Play in Youth Basketball Guyana’s (YBG) National School Basketball Festival (NSBF) Regional’s continued on Friday afternoon at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH) on Homestretch Avenue with three matches, two in the girl’s division and one in the in the boys’ Under-19 division.
In the first match, Bladen Hall Multilateral girls were gifted their first win of the tournament after School of the Nation lost via walkover.
In the second match of the day, another girls’ match, defending Regionals champions, President College, continued their dominance with a crushing 30-01 victory over Tutorial High School. Annalisa Barclay top scored with 10 points, while her teammate Tisheena LaRose netted eight points and grabbed eight rebounds in the win.
The boys’ Under-19 division feature game saw Plaisance Secondary trampling Chase Academic Foundation by 19 points in the match which they won 56-37. Plaisance’s Nigel Bowen registered a game leading double-double (21 points & 22 rebounds) to be instrumental to the East Coast based school’s triumph.
See below the complete results of Friday’s play in the tournament which is sponsored by Edward B. Beharry and Company, Banks DIH LTD and the National Sports Commission.
School of the Nations’ 0 – 2 Bladen Hall Multilateral– 02 points (Girls) (Walkover)
President’s College 30 – 01 Tutorial High School – 01 point (Girls)
Annalisa Barclay 10 points, Tisheena Larose 8 points, 8 rebounds (PC)
Chase Academy 37 Points – 56 Plaisance Secondary
Stephen DeLeon 12 points, Cashif Liverpool 9 points, 12 rebounds (Chase Acad.)
Jared Sears 13points & 9rebounds, Andrew Johnson 12points, Nigel Bowen 21 points, 22 rebounds (Plaisance)
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