Herbert Morrison seek places in U-16, U-19 finals of ISSA Western Conference basketball competition
Herbert Morrison's David Gordon (right) shoots at the basket in Thursday's ISSA Western Conference Boys' Under-19 basketball gameagainst Cornwall College.

ST JAMES, Jamaica— Herbert Morrison Technical will be seeking places in the U-16 and U-19 finals of the ISSA Western Conference basketball competitions when they host York Castle High in both games on Tuesday.

The Under-16 final is scheduled to start at 2:00pm followed by the Under-19 game at 3:30pm.

Herbert Morrison topped both sections after the first round ended last week as they completed an 11-game unbeaten run across both age groups after a slow start.

They lead the Under-16 section with 11 points, one more than Holland High who is on 10. Cornwall College, who lost their last three games, are third with nine points and York Castle are fourth with five points.

In the Under-19 section, Herbert Morrison were tied on 15 points with St James High, followed by Holland High on 12 points and York Castle on nine points.

The semi-finals will continue later in the week with Cornwall College facing Holland High in the Under-16 competition on Thursday and St James High taking on Holland High in the Under-19 competition on Friday at the Montego Bay Cricket Club.

PAUL A REID , Observer Writer reidp@jamaicaobserver.com

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