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Beast Mode ‘Shut Down’ in SCBBC Easter League

Raphael R. Singh (left) of Shut Down takes a jumper against Beast Mode. Photo: Team of Reporters
Ryan Adams (right) of Beast Mode looks to attack against Shut Down. Photo: Team of Reporters
Ryan Adams (right) of Beast Mode looks to attack against Shut Down. Photo: Team of Reporters
Donnar J. Henry of Hotter Than July sinks a free throw against Buzzer Beaters. Photo: Team of Reporters
Donnar J. Henry of Hotter Than July sinks a free throw against Buzzer Beaters. Photo: Team of Reporters
SEA COWS BAY, Tortola, VI- Beast Mode were tamed by Shut Down and Buzzer Beaters humbled by Hotter Than July when play in the Sea Cows Bay Basketball Club (SCBBC) Easter League continued on Sunday March 11, 2018 at the Sea Cows Basketball Court.

Shut Down amassed 45 points to Beast Mode’s 37 in the game for players 16-18 years of age.

Shaquon L.C. George top scored for the winners with 13 points while both Raphael E. Singh and Jamar Thomas netted 12 points and Kymal T. Panchoo 8.

Beast Mode’s fight was led by Evanson M. Cottoy who sunk 11 points and grabbed 15 rebounds. Donnar J. Henry had 10 points and Adrian Taylor 8. Ryan W. Adams was big on defense, pulling 16 rebounds and also scored 6 points.

It’s Hotter than July

Game 2 was for players in the 13-15 age division and saw Hotter Than July beat Buzzer Beaters 47- 30.

Panchoo led the charge for Hotter Than July with 17 points and 17 rebounds.

Donnar J. Henry had 9 points and Jason E. Audain Jr 6 points.

The top scorer for Buzzer Beaters was Shaquon L.C. George, who basketed 10 points and pulled 8 rebounds. Jamar A. Thomas scored 7 and Bhron A. Smith 5.

8 Responses to “Beast Mode ‘Shut Down’ in SCBBC Easter League”

  • cay (12/03/2018, 13:13) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
    Kudos to Mr MacLean for keeping basket ball alive
  • class mate (12/03/2018, 13:33) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    YEAH BHRON
  • the rock (12/03/2018, 14:40) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Good job Coach Milton, show the others that doing nothing was not an option like softball, little league baseball and volleyball did to they youths!
    • Exactly (12/03/2018, 17:27) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
      Softball and Little League has no excuse.

      Tennis Ball and stick, it's the same fundamentals. Find a way.

      A wall is a pour excuse. Sheep had no help with management, and the current administration under Terry "Chino" Chinnery is deplorable and lacka a sense of direction.

      They try but the kids would not go far.
  • dude (12/03/2018, 18:56) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Can we get some plywood and make a backboard for the youths?
  • Youths Matters (12/03/2018, 22:35) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Keep hope alive Mr. Mac.


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