Herbert Morrison vs Cornwall in U14 basketball
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MONTEGO BAY, St James — Herbert Morrison and Cornwall College will meet on Friday to decide who gets the top seed in the final of the ISSA Western Conference Boys Under-14 basketball competition set for next week.

Weather permitting, the game which was rescheduled from Wednesday due to heavy rains that has been affecting the island, it would be the third meeting between the teams that are tied for the lead with nine points each.

Each team has won at the other’s home court and Friday's game will decide who gets the number one ranking and home court advantage in the final set for June 6 .

Herbert Morrison are coming off a big 46-3 win over Holland High on Monday with Donier Lynch scoring 11 points and Shamar Russell getting 10 as the host team were limited to three points in the first half and were shut out in the second half.

Tyler Linton and Jerimiah Rankine also scored six points for Herbert Morrison who led 6-2, 18-3 and 31-3 at the end of each quarter.

-Paul Reid

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