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Caymanian Joshua O’Garro has been preparing for the upcoming basketball season since joining his new school, San Jose State University, this summer.
After going undefeated for the entire season, Burger King Warriors continued their winning ways on Thursday, 17 June, when they took the Cayman Islands Basketball Association Men’s League championship.
Women of Valor Alumni won the Cayman Islands Basketball Association Women’s League Sunday, 13 June, defeating Islanders by a single point in front of a packed Arts and Recreation Centre crowd in Camana Bay.
Burger King Warriors, IRG Astros, Silver Bullets and Western Union Juniors will be fighting Thursday for a place in the Cayman Islands Basketball Association national men's finals.
Associations, clubs and athletes are in planning mode following government’s announcement that pools, gyms and contact sports will soon be allowed.
Caymanian Joshua O’Garro has received scholarship offers from a handful of top-tier college programmes in the United States.
Cayman Islands Basketball Association A division leaders Sol Blazers defeated Celltronics, who sit at the top of the B division, at John Gray High School.
The Sol Blazers defeated Celltronics 80-75 in an overtime thriller Tuesday night in a match of last year’s Cayman Islands Basketball Association champions.
Initially enrolled at Vanguard High School in Lake Wales, Florida, 6’1” combo guard Kai is now showcasing his talents at Wilbraham & Monson Academy, a prep school in Wilbraham, Pennsylvania, which specializes in preparing student athletes for the next level, both on and off the court.
As the Cayman Islands Basketball Association gears up for next July’s Island Games in Gibraltar, it was announced on Wednesday that Edwin Pellot-Rosa and Duran Whittaker will coach the men’s national team, while Wendy Manzanares and Corey McGee will head up the women’s squad.
Several leagues and clinics are under way in this year’s basketball season, and the Cayman Islands Basketball Association is inviting interested players to come shoot some hoops.
Victor O’Garro, better known as Coach Voot, technical director for basketball in the Cayman Islands, has received a sponsorship check for $1,500 from Virginia Czarnocki of WB Financial for the development of the Cayman Islands Basketball Association Under-19 league.