Clare Hall Secondary School (CHSS) bounced
back from their upsetting first round defeat to Antigua Grammar School to
trounce them 80-46 in their second meeting in the Schools Basketball league.
The Senior boys match-up saw Adrian
Carnegie lead the victors with a game high 19 points. Jaheem James
assisted, netting 10, while teammates Andre Edwards and Joel Santana
chipped in scoring nine and eight points.
Greg Daniel had 18 points for the Semper Virens.
Meanwhile, in Mini-girls Primary action, JT
Ambrose edged out Liberta Primary 10-8, while Buckleys Primary went under to
Sea View Farm Primary by one point, 7-6.
Roeisha Humprheys scored eight of JT
Ambrose’s 10 points, while Kayla Melvin of Sea View Farm scored all
Buckleys’ Atriana George had four
points in a losing effort.