Western basketball returns with double-header

PAUL A REID Observer Writer

Monday, October 29, 2012    

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — Following the forced break last week for the passage of Hurricane Sandy, the ISSA/KFC Western Conference high school boys' basketball competition will continue this afternoon with a double-header featuring fierce rivals Cornwall College and Herbert Morrison and Muschett High versus William Knibb in a Trelawny derby at the Montego Bay Cricket Club.

In Montego Bay, Cornwall College will be seeking to extend their run in the Under-19 where they are defending champions to three wins against Herbert Morrison who will play their second game after beating Spot Valley last week.

Cornwall are coming off a big 58-37 win over Green Pond last week, while Herbert Morrison beat Spot Valley, 41-20, in their only game so far and today's game should be another close one.

Both teams have won one game each in the Under-16 league so far.

At Wakefield, the home team will start favourites to win both games against William Knibb who will be playing their first games of the season.



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