Sports — 02 October 2015 — by Karim Juan - SSBA Secretary
BECOL basketball scores

SAN IGNACIO TOWN, CAYO, Mon. Sept. 28, 2015–On Friday night, Cayo Interstellars defeated SHC, 17-3, in the female division.  Anna Acosta was the top scorer for Cayo Interstellars with 8 points, while Sherlene Dawson finished with 4 points.  In a losing effort, Lucia Tesecum had 2 pts for SHC.  In game 2, Roaring Creek Special Effects defeated Belmopan in the Over-35 category by the score of 49-29.  Roaring Creek’s top scorer was Artan Tucker, who had the game high of 17 pts, while Eddy Rowland scored 13 pts, and Karon “Civic” Neal finished with 12 pts.  Belmopan was led by Carlisle Barrow with 10 pts, and Robert “Sample” Allen with 8 pts.  In the nightcap, Panthers defeated Flames, 56-48, in the senior division.  Panthers was led by Garret Bermudez with 14 pts, while Johan “Cutto” Bermudez scored 12 pts, Vandell Fuller had 10 pts, and Zamir “Gramox” Usher finished with 8 pts.  The top scorers for Flames were Mark Wagner with 14 pts, Dorian “Cheezy” Jones with 13 pts, Rhetton Belisle with 10 pts, and Stephen “Muerte” Williams with 8 pts.

    On Saturday night, Alpha Warriors defeated Black Hawks by the score of 54-42 in the Under-19 division.  Alpha Warriors was led by their captain, Joel Montejo, with 16 pts, and G. Bethran and Robert Jefferies with 12 and 8 points, respectively.  Black Hawks’ top scorers were Kyron “Tut” Molina with 13 pts, while Rhyler Rhaburn and A. Manzanero sank 11 pts each.  In game 2, Yabra was a no-show, giving Eagles the win by forfeit.  In the nightcap, the home team, Falcon Ballers was blown out by Assassins, 72-41.  The top scorer for the game was Akeem Watters, who had 26 pts, while Jaron Palacio finished with 14 pts, Winston Pratt with 10 pts, and E. Grinage with 9 pts in the win.  Jerome “Diggy” Garcia was the top scorer for Falcon Ballers with 9 pts.

    Sunday afternoon tipped off with a U-19 game, where SHC was defeated by Christian Ambassadors, 58-43.  Christian Ambassadors was led by Clency Lopez with 13 pts, while Darnel Galvez and Tevaun Lennan scored 10 pts apiece.  In a losing effort, SHC was led by Voshon McKoy with 8 pts, and Michael Waight with 7 pts.  In game 2, Tuff E Nuff lost by forfeit to Benque Power, since they arrived late for the game.  In the last game of the weekend, Snipers defeated Light and Peace, 80-78, behind the winning two free-throws by Jimmy Rudon.  The top scorers for Snipers were Emerson King, who had the game high with 36 pts, including 8 three-pointers, and Elroy “Shabba” Willis, who scored 24 pts in the win.  Light and Peace had a very balanced offensive attack, where Marcel Orosco netted 19 pts, Keith Pollard had 16 pts, Roscoe Rhys and Darren Neal scored 14 pts each, and Rupert Brown finished with 12 pts.

    Games for this coming weekend:

Friday, October 2
6:30 p.m. – (F) SHC vs Western Queens
7:30 p.m. – (U-19) Black Hawks vs SHC
8:30 p.m. – (Seniors) Assassins vs Tuff E Nuff

Saturday, October 3
6:30 p.m. – (F) Belmopan Shock vs Cayo Interstellars
7:30 p.m. – (Senior)   Power
8:30 p.m. – (Senior) Panthers vs R.C.V.Stallions

Sunday, October 4
2:00 p.m. – (U-23) Santiago Juan Warriors vs Light & Peace
3:00 p.m. – (O-35) Yabra vs Belmopan
4:30 p.m. – (Senior)2.50Falcons vs Light & Peace

    (Ed. Note:  SSBA – San Ignacio/Santa Elena Basketball Association)

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