Shockwaves burn Future

Last Sunday saw the latest round of games in the Appleby U19 national basketball league.

The girls division witnessed two tight games at the Arts and Recreation Center at Camana Bay.

A total team effort saw the Comets defeat the Monarchs 27-24 while a 14 point, 10 rebound performance from Annique Holness guided the Lynx to a 35-32 win over the Sparks.

The victories place Comets and Lynx in a tie atop the standings at 2-1.

The boys division saw a trio of high-scoring, tense matches.

Tikko Moore’s 24 point, 14 rebound evening made all the difference for the Wolves as they beat the John Gray Panthers 46-41.

From there the Shockwaves of Beach Suites would fry Future Sports Club 78-27. Brandon Glasgow and Patrick Barnes would be unstoppable, combining for 54 points, 20 rebounds and 17 steals.

Lastly the Playmakers thumped the Esso Blazers 52-33. Neith Rheingold and Bruce Thompson had 28 points, 17 rebounds and eight steals in the win.

This Sunday sees more indoor hoops action as both divisions play 3-8pm.