All-star game today
QUEEN’S COLLEGE (QC) are still being rewarded for last season’s basketball success.
One year after winning the lion’s share of awards, the schools’ double-crown champs received an equal number of spots on the roster for today’s United Insurance Under-19 All-Star Game at the Wildey Gymnasium.
Prolific forward/centre Antonio Sealy heads a list of four QC players – the others are Rawldon Weekes, Alejandro Boxhill and Shaquille Rock – to get the nod for the junior showcase event.
And the number would’ve totalled five had it not been for high-scoring swingman Darren Hunte’s early exodus to Barbados Community College (BCC).
Sealy’s under-21 league club DC United will also be well represented, with Weekes, Raheem Elliot (BCC) and Tionne Bostic (Combermere) making the 20-man roster.
BCC is the next best represented side, with three players – Hunte, Elliot and Jae Harris.
The 20 will be split into two teams coached by Queen’s College’s Ryan Holford and Shakira Shorey of St Lucy.
Antonio Sealy, Rawldon Weekes, Alejandro Boxhill, Shaquille Rock (Queen’s College), Jae Harris, Raheem Elliot, Darren Hunte (BCC), Justin Maloney, Ashley Smith (SJPP), Kirk Gilkes, Jeremy Whittaker (Harrison College), Chiamaka Browne, Tionne Bostic (Combermere), Jerome Small, Jamario Clarke (St Lucy), Stefan Ottley, Orion Seale (St Michael), Lamar Grazette, Antoine Morris (Ellerslie), Nicholas Rouse (St Leonard’s). (JM)