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Season winding down in BSC basketball


Published: Apr 27, 2012

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There was some movement of teams in the basketball standings in both the 15-and-under and 19-and-under divisions of the Baptist Sports Council (BSC) on Saturday, as the league continued its regular season before the rain washed out the majority of the men’s games.

In the 15-and-under division, both the defending champions Macedonia and the runners-up, Eagles Nest, finished the regular season with 4-1 win/loss records, but by virtue of winning the head-to-head match-up, Macedonia clinched the pennant. Temple Fellowship ended up in third at 3-2 and will now play Eagles Nest in the sudden death playoff in May. Macedonia will have to wait to see the outcome of Saturday’s game between Hope Centre and St. John’s No. 2 to determine who their opponents will be.

Both Macedonia No. 1 and Eagles Nest are 5-1, but the pennant is still up for grabs with Macedonia No. 2 and Golden Gates right on their trail at 4-2 and Temple Fellowship knocking on the door at 4-3, in the 19-and-under division. The pennant will be decided on Saturday.

As for the men, Macedonia is still undefeated in the ‘A’ division with an unblemished 3-0 win/loss record, and could still wrap up the pennant with two games left. If not, the defending champions Temple Fellowship are sitting in waiting at 4-1 in second place. In the men’s ‘B’ division, there are two undefeated teams in St. Mark’s and the Hope Centre, who are 4-0 and 2-0 respectively. Their pennant is also still hanging in the balance with Golden Gates No. 2 in third with a 3-1 record.

Weekend results

15-and-under

Temple Fellowship defeated St. John’s No. 1 41-24, Eagles Nest defeated St. John’s No. 2 29-24, and Macedonia defeated the Hope Centre, 22-18.

19-and-under

Christian Tabernacle defeated St. John’s 36-30, Macedonia No. 2 defeated Temple Fellowship 40-23, Macedonia No. 2 defeated St. Mark’s, 46-25, Macedonia No. 1 defeated Temple Fellowship 65-37, and Eagles Nest outlasted Golden Gates, 34-23.

Men

St. Mark’s defeated BIBA,

49-46.

Here’s a summary of some of the games played:

Temple Fellowship 41, St. John’s No. 1 24

Demetrius Charlton scored 12, Dominique Bethel had 10, Ellison Greenslade scored eight and Kamal Murphy had seven in their 15-and-under win. Jamal Simon had a game-high 17 in the loss.

Macedonia 22, Hope Centre 18

Larecus Armbrister scored six and both Davon Adderley and Shamar Burrows had five apiece in their 15-and-under win. Michael Sweeting scored a game-high 10 in the loss.

Macedonia No. 2 46, St. Mark’s 25

Delano Knowles scored a game-high 16, Alexio Newman had 12 and Lamar Saunders scored six in their 19-and-under win. D. Brown had eight in a losing effort.

Macedonia No. 1 65, Temple Fellowship 37

Van Hutchinson had a game-high 20, Delroy Grandison scored 19, Levigi Forbes had 16 and Ray Stubbs scored seven in their 19-and-under win. Randy Miller scored 12 and Kevin Eugene had seven in the loss.

Eagles Nest 34, Golden Gates 23

Kenneth Pratt scored a game-high 21 points and Vano Miller added six in their 19-and-under win.

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