CAHS squads sweep Gifft Hill in varsity hoops


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ST. THOMAS - The Charlotte Amalie High School Lady Hawks easily knocked off Gifft Hill School, 39-23, in Saturday morning varsity girls basketball action at the CAHS gym.

Germequa Bell scored all 10 of her points in the decisive third period. The Lady Hawks outscored Gifft Hill, 19-5, after being down 11-10 at the half. Nickoya Lindo added eight points for the Hawks, while Viniqua David scored 19 points to lead Gifft.

In the first game of the day, the CAHS junior varsity boys team beat Gifft Hill, 62-14. Zimeel St. Hillair had 17 points and JB Brodie added 14. Landis Walker and Ty Massaquoi tallied five points each for Gifft.

In the most exciting game of the day, it was Ss. Peter and Paul over Bertha C. Boschulte Middle School, 12-11, in junior varsity girls action. Keyanna John knocked down two 3-pointers on her way to a game-high eight points. Delma Baron led BCB with four points.

On Wednesday, the Julius Sprauve boys junior varsity team beat Addelita Cancryn Junior High, 36-28. Kobe Valmond led Sprauve with 12 points, followed by Courtney Matthias with 10. Jasheim Letang led Cancryn with 10 points, while Trevon Simmonds added nine.

In the girls game, Cancryn cruised past Sprauve, 39-5, with Rhea Benjamin leading Cancryn with 14 points.

On Saturday, the games shift to Ivanna Eudora Kean High School's Digna Marie Wheatley Gym with four game, start at 10 a.m.

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