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MoBay seek first win on court in men's basketball

Thursday, November 07, 2019

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — Montego Bay Community College will still be seeking their first win on the court in the Inter-Collegiate men's basketball when they host Excelsior Community College at Lorna Nembhard Auditorium on Saturday, starting at 3:30 pm.

After getting points from the University of Technology, who forfeited their game on Thursday, Montego Bay Community College were beaten 78-47 by Mico University in Montego Bay last Saturday.

Mico University took advantage of a slow starting Montego Bay Community College and opened up a big early lead, and never looked back, leading 26-8 after the first-quarter and were ahead 38-12 at half-time.

Keniel Allen scored 12 points to lead Mico, while Ashani Nembhard scored 11 points.

Alwayde Thompson also scored 12 points for Montego Bay Community College in their losing effort.

- Paul Reid


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