All Ah We Stop East, 73-59 In Basketball Action

Mad Mix's Stephon Caul grabs one of his game high 11 rebounds between Celtics defenders Lelan Abraham, left, Tyretle David and Thecoi Hopkins

Mad Mix’s Stephon Caul grabs one of his game high 11 rebounds between Celtics defenders Lelan Abraham, left, Tyretle David and Thecoi Hopkins

By Dean “The Sportsman” Greenaway

After a sloppy first quarter highlighted by numerous turnovers, All Ah We overhauled the East, 73-59. Aubrey Daniel was the top scorer with 22 points. Steve Parillon dropped in a 14 points 10 rebounds double double. David Peltier and Nat Malone poured in another 12 and 11 points each.

Ashield Frett had a 14 points 10 rebounds double for East and Deron Smith also notched with double double with 12 points and 10 off the glass.

Hakeem Penn had 23 points to lead six Mad Mix players in double figures as they crushed the Celtics, 103-67, during the first full weekend of BVI Basketball Federation play.

Stephon Caul and Dillion Ettienne followed up with 16 points each—with Caul also grabbing 11 rebounds—in the Jr. Division game. Lenroy Grant finished with 14 while Michael Richardson and Kimron Telemaque dropped in 13 points a piece.

Tecoi Hopkins was the Celtics’ leading scorer with 15 points. Tryetle David and added 14 and Nixon Hamilton, 10.

And One racked up a 65-34 rebounds advantage in beating Another Level, 67-41. Lestin Wiltshire had a game high 21 points and 12 rebounds to lead And One. Demoi Dagou tossed in another 12 points and pulled down a game high 14 rebounds to go with five steals.

Another Level’s Deangelo Sampson was the only scorer in double figures with 10.

Killven Samuel dropped in a game high 44 points, pulled 13 boards to go with seven assists during the Kings’ 134-50 domination of Law and Order. Kimani Stevens added 20 points and 13 rebounds while Sean Woods poured in a triple double to the tally, with 19 points, 15 rebounds while dishing out 12 assists. Rowan Victor settled for 19 points and Juan Richards, 18.

Drexston Gaton and Malaki Smith had Law and Order’s top score of 12 and 10 points respectively.

Defending champions Legs dominated Zero Tolerance 112-39, after whipping them on the boards, 75-57. Franklyn Penn’s 35 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists paced the Legs offense. Dione Blyden had a 20 points and 13 rebounds game to go with seven assists. Jason Edwin had 16 points and 10 rebounds while Kennedy Bass closed Legs’ double double spree with 14 points and 12 rebounds.

Nigel Carey was the only Zero Tolerance player reaching double digits with 15 points and 12 rebounds.

In the first Women’s Division game, Tamara Phillip had 11 points and pulled 18 rebounds and Alanah Chalwell added 10 points and notched 16 boards, while Joy Victor followed up with another 11, as the Lady Bulldogs beat the Lady Rams, 47-38.

Shauliqua Fahie was the only Lady Rams player in double figures with 14.