Cornwall College seek third-straight win in Under-19 basketball tourney

Tuesday, December 03, 2019

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MO NTEGO BAY, St James – Cornwall College will be seeking a third-straight win in the Under-19 section of the ISSA Western Conference boys' basketball competition this afternoon when they take on Rhodes Hall High at Cornwall College, starting at 3:00 pm.

One point separates the two teams with Rhodes Hall on six points, one more than former champions, and today's winners would move into semi-final contentions.

Cornwall College are coming off a big 10-point win over the Under-19 leaders William Knibb, after a one-point win at York Castle.

Rhodes Hall, meanwhile, are coming off a lopsided loss to defending champions Herbert Morrison.

Also today, York Castle can snap a three-game losing skid and get back into semi-final contention if they can beat winless Frome Technical at Frome Technical.

York Castle are in sixth place on six points and a win today would move them into joint second place with Holland High, but they would have played two games more.

– Paul Reid


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