The Medical Schools Combined rolled on unbeaten while there were wins for the Division of Technical and Vocational Studies and the BlueChip Basketball Academy, when round three of the SVG Community College QuickCash Corp. Invitational Basketball competition was completed on Tuesday.
The Medical Schools combined made light work of the Division of Arts Sciences and General Studies with a comfortable 44-21 win.
Shazaad Khan put down 14 points for the Medical Schools combined while Maxie Dublin was the leading scorer for the Division of Arts, Sciences and General Studies with 13 points.
The Division of Technical and Vocational Studies chalked up their first win, after trailing for the first three sets, to win 42-39 over the Division of Teacher Education.
Amenzia Jacobs’ 14 points and Desron Johnny’s 13 points led the way for the Division of Technical and Vocational Studies while Myanje Walker had a game high of 18 points in a losing cause, for the Division of Teacher Education.
Then the match of the day, a ding-dong battle that saw the lead changing hands at the end of every quarter.
It was decided at the very final whistle, 39-38, in favour of BlueChip Basketball Academy over defending champions, the RSVG Police Youth Club.
Reon Ollivierre sunk 14 points for the Blue Chip Basketball Academy while Marques Thomas also bucketed 14 points for the RSVG Police Youth Club.
Round four, on Friday, will see the Division of Teacher Education coming up against the RSVG Police Youth Club from 1:20 p.m.
The Division of Technical and Vocational Studies meet the Medical Schools combined at 2:30 p.m., to be followed by the matchup between the Division of Arts, Sciences and General Studies and the BlueChip Basketball Academy at 3:30 p.m.