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Bayside Blazers too hot for Red Zone

- Weekend wins also for Swaggas, Next & Pure Playaz in Hon Fraser League
Bayside Blazers big man Dextroy D. Manswell gets a free layup in the game against Red Zone on September 17, 2016 at Save the Seed Energy Centre in Duffs Bottom. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Mckenzie L. K. Baltimore (num. 4) of Bayside Blazers tries to prevent Red Zone from scoring from close range. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Mckenzie L. K. Baltimore (num. 4) of Bayside Blazers tries to prevent Red Zone from scoring from close range. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
JoVaughn N. Cameron (num 10) of Bayside Blazers tries desperately to prevent a scoring opportunity for Red Zone. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
JoVaughn N. Cameron (num 10) of Bayside Blazers tries desperately to prevent a scoring opportunity for Red Zone. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Ken E. Silva of Next attempts a jumper in the game against Community One. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Ken E. Silva of Next attempts a jumper in the game against Community One. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
The youthful Community One (blue) lost to Next 57-88. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
The youthful Community One (blue) lost to Next 57-88. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – As the Hon Julian Fraser/Save the Seed Basketball League continued on Saturday September 17, 2016 at the Save the Seed Energy Centre, there were wins for Swaggas, Next, Pure Playaz and Bayside Blazers.

Swaggas squeeze past Hi Speed

The Swaggas got action underway in the Junior Division with a 19-18 victory over Hi Speed, led by Zaclory Luke’s six points. Kymal Pancho added four and Raphael Singh three, whilst Hi Speed got six points from Javon Wattley and five a piece from Khalique Brewley and Miquel Marshall.

Next thump Community One

Next then beat up on the youthful Community One, 88-57, thanks mainly to a much larger presence under the basket which limited Community One to long range efforts and little chance of recycling the ball from rebounds.

However, Next also have plenty of talent in their ranks and were led on the basketfest by Kilven M. Samuel, who scored 32 points with nine rebounds and seven steals. Clint Weston added 20 points with twelve rebounds, Tyler Cameron fourteen with eleven rebounds and Eustace ‘Boss’ Freeman thirteen with also eleven rebounds.

Community One’s top scorer was Dekembe Parson with thirteen points, whilst Curtis Brown scored twelve, Tamell Jacob nine with twelve rebounds and Timron Nickie seven with fourteen rebounds.

Bayside Blazers too hot for Red Zone

The Bayside Blazers rounded out the night’s games, after Pure Playaz beat Splash Brothers, 105-104, with a rout of Red Zone, 111-69.

Tavon J. Phillip notched twenty-five points with twelve rebounds, Dextroy D. Manswell twenty-four with twelve rebounds, Ryan R. Alfred thirteen points and ten each for Kyle L. Abraham and McKenzie L. K. Baltimore

Nathaniel ‘Nat Malone topped the statistics for Red Zone with nineteen points, 7 rebounds and Jerome Malone hit fourteen points, Reynaldo Smith thirteen, Zaniel Joseph eleven while Deshawn Douglas grabbed eleven rebounds.

The 2016 Hon Julian Fraser Save the Seed Basketball League is sponsored by Bishop John I. Cline, Honourable Julian Fraser, RA, Nanny Cay Marina & Hotel, Botanic Service Station, National Bank of the Virgin Islands, De Castro Marking Products Ltd, Sol BVI, Delta Petroleum, Digicel (BVI) Limited, Tropical Car Rental, First Caribbean International Bank, Walkers, Hannah Fresh Water, International Motors, James Todman Construction, Skelton Group of Companies, Nagico Insurances, T Shirt Genius and Virgin Islands News Online.

Upcoming games in Hon Julian Fraser/Save the Seed League

Friday September 23, 2016

7:00 PM West Gunners vs Momentum

8:30 PM Community One vs Winning Mentality

Saturday September 24, 2016

5:00 PM  Swaggas vs Ghut Boys (Junior Division)

6:30 PM Avengers  vs We Dem Boyz

8:00 PM Warrias vs Bayside Blazers

9:30 PM Splash Brothers vs Next

Sunday September 25, 2016

5:00 PM High Speed vs Jr. Stars (Junior Division)

6:30 PM West Gunners vs Community One

8:00 PM Red Zone vs Momentum

7 Responses to “Bayside Blazers too hot for Red Zone”

  • baller parent (20/09/2016, 13:27) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    I LIKE THE UNIFORMS
  • here we go again (20/09/2016, 15:04) Like (1) Dislike (5) Reply
    Blazers dis and blazers dat
    • @ here we go again (20/09/2016, 16:17) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
      And you cant do nothing about it be read hahahaha
    • @ here we go again (20/09/2016, 22:49) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      So what you hater bayside got them shit togther so stop hating on um
  • ... (20/09/2016, 20:30) Like (0) Dislike (2) Reply
    When is the VG league starting?
  • Unfair League (21/09/2016, 08:47) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
    Bayside Blazers is a team of A league players that wasnt in the draft and limiting the other teams to one A league player that aint even on elite status...Also West Gunners...They are making the league one sided....Smh God dont like ugly other teams must follow the rules but some teams cutting the rules...Food for thought


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