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Muschett put unbeaten basketball records on line

Paul Reid

Wednesday, November 14, 2012    

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WAKEFIELD, Trelawny — Muschett High will put their unbeaten records in both Under-16 and Under-19 sections of the ISSA/KFC Western Conference Schools Basketball on the line when they host Green Pond in Wakefield, Trelawny today.

The former champions in both sections have won three games in either categories and while they are expected to easily win the Junior encounter, could be pushed by a confident Green Pond in the Senior section.

Green Pond are on seven points in the Under-19 section and are in second place, coming off a close one-point win over Irwin High on Monday. Romario Doyley led Green Pond to their third win with his 14 points, while Christopher Thompson scored 10. Anthony Mowatt also had 14 points for Irwin, with Martin Lamey scoring 12 and nine steals.

Also on Monday, Holland High and Spot Valley shared victories. Kenric Lindo scored 28 points and had 10 rebounds for Holland in their biggest win of the season, 85-22, in the Under-19 game.

Clifton Shettleworth scored 21 points and had 15 assists as well as five rebounds for the winners, while Romario Bowlen scored 11 points and Kevin Badroe 11 points for Spot Valley.

In the Under-16 game, Spot Valley won, 38-23, thanks to 16 points from Jamonique Brown, who also had four blocked shots. Delton Clarke scored eight points.

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