Herbert Morrison hope to continue winning roll

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — Double defending champions Herbert Morrison will seek to continue their winning ways in the ISSA Western Conference boys' basketball competition today, when they host Rhodes Hall High and Green Pond in a double-header at the school grounds.

Herbert Morrison will play Rhodes Hall in an Under-16 game and then take on Green Pond High in an Under-19 match for the second time in a week, after beating them by almost 90 points (103-14) last week.

Cornwall College will play a double-header against Muschett High at Cornwall College, where the home team's Under-16 side will be going after their third win in a row.

Herbert Morrison started their defence last week with two big wins as they also beat Holland High in the Under-16 game and will start favourites today to beat Rhodes Hall, who are coming off a 48-14 win over York Castle last week.

David Gordon had a good week scoring over 30 points in two wins by Herbert Morrison last, and is expected to lead the team today.

Cornwall College have won both games they have played in the Under-16 and Under-19 competitions, but will get their biggest test today against Muschett High.

Muschett swept Holland High last week and is coming into today's game on a high.

— Paul Reid




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