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Young Starz beat Spartans 92-86

-Avengers, Da 3rd, Ruff House and Talk Done also score wins over the weekend in Hon Julian Fraser Save the Seed Basketball League
A battle for possession! Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
A total of 33 points from Dwayne Stout handed the Young Starz a 92-86 victory over the Spartans on Sunday September 7, 2014, in the latest round of matches in the Hon Julian Fraser/Save the Seed Basketball League. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
A total of 33 points from Dwayne Stout handed the Young Starz a 92-86 victory over the Spartans on Sunday September 7, 2014, in the latest round of matches in the Hon Julian Fraser/Save the Seed Basketball League. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Halfway through the 3rd quarter the Spartans looked to have put themselves in charge of the game when a series of free throws and a technical foul put them ahead after being behind by 10. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Halfway through the 3rd quarter the Spartans looked to have put themselves in charge of the game when a series of free throws and a technical foul put them ahead after being behind by 10. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
The last ten minutes went back and forth until the last 4 minutes when the Starz began to pull ahead and grabbed a 5 point lead. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
The last ten minutes went back and forth until the last 4 minutes when the Starz began to pull ahead and grabbed a 5 point lead. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
The Spartans were led by 33 points from Kimron Telemaque, 18 and 16 rebounds from Hakeem Penn and 16 with 7 rebounds from Shaundy Williams. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
The Spartans were led by 33 points from Kimron Telemaque, 18 and 16 rebounds from Hakeem Penn and 16 with 7 rebounds from Shaundy Williams. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Action from the game. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Action from the game. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Mounting a fierce defence against this jump shot. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Mounting a fierce defence against this jump shot. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Going for the basket! Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Going for the basket! Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
More action from the game last night. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
More action from the game last night. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Making the jump shot during last night's game. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Making the jump shot during last night's game. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
DUFF’S BOTTOM, Tortola, VI – A total of 33 points from Dwayne Stout handed the Young Starz a 92-86 victory over the Spartans on Sunday September 7, 2014, in the latest round of matches in the Hon Julian Fraser Save the Seed Basketball League.

Halfway through the 3rd quarter the Spartans looked to have put themselves in charge of the game when a series of free throws and a technical foul put them ahead after being behind by 10.

The Spartans would then pull ahead by 11 at 66-55 on a couple of long range efforts from Kimron Telemaque, who finished with 33 points.

Stout then got his team going again with a “3” of his own and then nailing a rebound. He then sank another shot from downtown, Kaemoy Thomas added two to make it 71-68 and Malacki Thomas made it 71-70, before Kaemoy went 1 for 2 from the free throw line to send the teams into the 4th quarter all square at 71-71.

The last ten minutes went back and forth until the last 4 minutes when the Starz began to pull ahead and grabbed a 5 point lead.

Malacki Thomas increased that gap to 7 points before Requan Fahie popped in a two to make it 88-83 and Hakeem Penn shot 1 of 2 from the charity stripe to make it a 4 point game heading into the last minute.

A crucial turnover handed the ball back to the Young Starz, Malacki Thomas scored to make it 90-83 and the game was safe.

Stout added 6 rebounds and 4 steals to his nights work, whilst Alito Amaro notched 18 points, 9 rebounds, Tafari Winchester 12 points and Malacki Thomas 10 points.

The Spartans were led by 33 points from Kimron Telemaque, 18 and 16 rebounds from Hakeem Penn and 16 with 7 rebounds from Shaundy Williams.

In other results:

The Avengers beat Real Tool, 78-68, with Kyle Abraham scoring22 points, Gavin Frett added 20, Travis Isaac 11 and Kelcent Fortune 10 with 7 rebounds. Real Tool were led by Cedric King and Omar Walker who both scored 12 points. Carlisle France finished with 11.

Da 3rd beat West Gunners 111-97 as both Dominic Ward and Ruben Reyes scored 27 points, Dion Blyden added 21 and Ray Victor finished with 14. West Gunners top scorer was Jahmali James who notched 23.

Desert Storm beat the Warrias, 85-83, with J’Kwon Freet scoring 24 points. Terrique Wattley scored 14, Ivan Leonard 12 and Jevonne Demming 10. Jamie Brown scored 23 for the Warrias, Eric Casey 19, Joash Victor 13 and Juan Richard 12.

Ruff House beat Top Shottas, 95-77, with Kishaun Fahie scoring 20 points, Sean Woods 19, Ashfield Frett 16 and Karvin Robin 11. Shottas top scorer was Vaughn Basue with 19, Alison Leonard added 16, Benson Thomas 11 and Tyrone Donovan 10.

Talk Done beat the Knights, 97-82, on the back of 21 points from Shamar Georges. Rowan Victor added 15, Clint Weston 14 and Kevon Lettsome 13. The Knights were led by Jevonne Serrant’s 31 points and 20 from Kenrick Thomas.

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