U-15 basketball final berth up for grab as Cornwall College face Holland High
Cornwall College's Demar Lattibeaudiere (right) tries to shoot over the outstretched hand of Herbert Morrison's Janathan Grizzle in Monday's ISSA/Western Conference Under 15 basketball game played at Herbert Morrison. The hosts won the game 37-35 to avenge their first round loss.

ST JAMES, Jamaica — Cornwall College can secure a place in the final of the ISSA/Western Conference Under 15 basketball with a win at home Friday over Holland High School in their return round game.

Cornwall College, who have lost their last two games and have been overtaken by Herbert Morrison Technical at the top of the points tables, are on eight points, one more than third placed Holland High. Both Cornwall College and Holland High will be playing their last game of the round in the fixture, set to start at 2:00 pm.

Holland High, who beat York Castle High 37-32 on Wednesday, will be seeking to avenge their first round loss to Cornwall and could sneak into the finals against Herbert Morrison, if they manage to do that.

A big third quarter gave Holland High the edge against York Castle after they were tied at 17-all at half time, outscoring the hosts 12-8 to lead 29-25 going into the fourth quarter.

Renaldo Hosang scored 10 points to lead Holland High, Khaleel Anderson scored nine points and had nine steals while Evair Reid-Hines and Jahreem Charlton both scored eight points each.

York Castle’s Christian Andorn had his best game of the season with a double-double 20 points and 17 rebounds while Antwan Hardie scored six points in support.

BY PAUL A REID , Observer Writer reidp@jamaicaobserver.com

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