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Mt Alvernia meet Herbert Morrison in ISSA Girls' basketball

Thursday, March 14, 2019

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — Former champions and favourites Mt Alvernia High will be seeking to maintain their perfect win record when they meet Herbert Morrison Technical in their ISSA Western Conference Girls' Open basketball game — a preview of the final set for next week.

Mt Alvernia High are on 14 points from their seven wins, while Herbert Morrison Technical, who hammered Muschett High 55-9 on Tuesday at William Knibb, are tied with William Knibb Memorial on 12 points.

William Knibb, who got points after York Castle failed to show up for their game, have however completed their schedule.

Herbert Morrison are seeking to avenge their earlier loss to Mt Alvernia who had won 29-22.

On Tuesday, Kerry Kay Stephenson and Leasa-Loy Leslie both recorded double-doubles for Herbert Morrison in their big win.

Stephenson scored 23 points and had 10 rebounds and seven steals, while Leslie scored 16 points and had 12 rebounds, to carry Herbert Morrison to their win as Moeeka Brown scored five points for Muschett and had six rebounds, while Sanique Sinclair had nine rebounds.

— Paul Reid


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