Holland rebound from opening loss in Western Confed basketball

Sunday, November 10, 2019

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HOLLAND, Trelawny – Holland High rebounded from their opening loss to score a come-from-behind four-point (49-45) win over Rhodes Hall High in their ISSA Western Conference Boys' Under-19 basketball game at Holland High on Friday.

Rhodes Hall, who were playing their first game of the season, rallied from a slim one-point deficit after the first quarter to lead by a point (21-20) at half-time and by seven points (35-28) at the end of the third quarter, but could not stop the home team who responded with a big fourth-quarter surge.

William Knibb Memorial and York Castle lead the tables with four points from back-to-back wins, followed by Holland High on three points, with defending champions Herbert Morrison and Irwin High both on two points, while Rhodes Hall, Cornwall College and Muschett High all on one point each.

On Friday, Mario Brown scored a game-high 28 points and had 17 rebounds for Holland High, Rhajaun Williams scored 13 points, and Jaden Llewellyn got 11 rebounds.

Omardo Brown had a double-double for Rhodes Hall with 16 points and 12 steals, Javani Davis scored 12 points and had nine rebounds and nine steals, Calwayne Hylton had 12 rebounds, and Raheem Tomlinson had 11 steals.

— Paul Reid

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