Boys Club Warriors hit 100-point mark in WBA Elite League

Thursday, May 16, 2019

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — Promoted Montego Bay Boys Club Warriors became the first club to score 100 points in the Western Basketball Association Elite League this season when they thumped Cornwall Courts Chargers 102-58 at the Montego Bay Cricket Club on Tuesday.

Tafari Vassell led the way with a big double-double 27 points and 27 rebounds as Boys Club won their third game and surged to third place in the table with eight points, one behind joint leaders Cricket Club Knights and Granville Jaguars.

The competition continues today with Sav-Elite Titans seeking a second win against the winless Lucea Flames at the Cricket Club starting at 7:00 pm.

Warriors were in full control on Tuesday, leading by 20 points after the first quarter, 31-11, and were well on their way to a big score at half-time, up 60-17.

Rhyheem Barrett also got a double-double for Boys Club Warriors, coming off the bench with 11 points and 11 rebounds as Levar Rose scored 30 points and Nicholas Minott scored 16 points.

Franz Clennon scored 15 points to lead Cornwall Courts Chargers, Dovial Smith scored 14 points and had eight rebounds, Giovanni Bailey scored 12 points and had eight rebounds and Adrian Campbell had nine points and nine rebounds.

—Paul Reid

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