Trott leads way for Warwick

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  • We are the champions: The Warwick girls’ team of, back row, from left, Mark Thorne, Zemira Webb, Eleanor Richmond, Tayla Horan, Kayley Hamilton, Mark Hamilton. Front row, Malikah Tankard, Sanaa Burgess, Jessie DeBraga, Kaylee Trott

    We are the champions: The Warwick girls’ team of, back row, from left, Mark Thorne, Zemira Webb, Eleanor Richmond, Tayla Horan, Kayley Hamilton, Mark Hamilton. Front row, Malikah Tankard, Sanaa Burgess, Jessie DeBraga, Kaylee Trott


Warwick Academy won the Middle School Girls’ Basketball Championships with a 14-0 shutout over Bermuda High School.

Kaylee Trott was the top scorer for Warwick with six points, earning her MVP honours. Jesse DeBraga added four points for the champions. Sam Knights won the MVP award for BHS with her tough defence and rebounding.

Somersfield Academy won the Middle School Boys’ Final in the best game of the day with a 29-26 win over Mount Saint Agnes Academy. Somersfield led from start and each time they threatened to put the game out of reach MSA would storm back with clinical three-point and free-throw shooting. MVP Ethan Medeiros led the champions with 13 points, with Hunter Outerbridge scoring nine. Drake Kucharik was named MVP for MSA after he nailed all of his free throws while scoring ten points. Point guard Owen Botelho added nine.

Berkeley Institute soundly defeated a depleted Warwick Academy squad 56-36 in the Senior School Junior Varsity Finals. MVP Seth Hardtman led the champions with ten points while Leano Ming scored nine and Samuel Darrell eight. Adam McDonald let all scorers for Warwick with 15 points while MVP Dylan Craft added nine.

Berkeley also won the Senior School Girls’ title with a 25-18 win over Saltus Grammar School. MVP Sakari Famous led Berkeley with nine points while MVP Selah Tuzo led Saltus with 11 points with Lindsey Pacheco adding eight.

MVP Jorel Smith scored 20 points to lead CedarBridge Academy to a 46-30 victory over Berkeley in the Varsity Boys’ final. Berkeley were led by MVP Mical Hardtman with 11 points.

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Published Apr 2, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Apr 1, 2018 at 11:46 pm)

Trott leads way for Warwick

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