2013 Inter-Office Basketball Tournament
Thursday, March 14th, 2013
The Inter-Office Basketball Tournament is a competition between teams from local businesses of San Pedro and Caye Caulker, San Pedro High School (SPHS) and San Pedro Junior College (SPJC). The tournament, organized by Renison Crawford and Focion Riverol; takes place on Saturdays and Sundays at the R.A.Nuñez Auditorium showcasing the islands’ best ballers.
A total of nine teams are competing for this year’s Inter-Office Basketball Championship. The tournament will see eleven games, and team’s scores will be tallied at the end of the tournament to decide the winners.
The competition kicked off on Saturday March 2nd and saw a matchup of Latitudes Café vs. the Jaguars in game one and SPHS vs. SPJC in game two. It was an exciting night as many islanders made their way out to the games which started at 8PM. At the end of the first match, it was a tight 56-58 win for the Jaguars. SPJC took the second game against SPHS with a whopping 93-54win.
Sunday March 3rd saw games starting at 6:30PM. Matchups for the second game night were SPJC against team Tarpon, and Atlantic Bank’s team against Latitudes Café. SPJC secured their second win with a 42-41 score against team Tarpon while Latitudes Café won their first match against the Atlantic Bank team with a 54- 49score.
Matchup for the third game night was Tuff e Nuff team against team Caye Caulker, and Pharmacy team against team Tarpon. The games took place on Sunday March 10th starting at 6PM. Tuff e Nuff secured their first win with a 46-35 score. Top scorer for Tuff e Nuff was Ashton Edwards, who scored 19 points. Team Tarpon won their first match, in a 56 – 33game against team Caye Caulker. Derwayne Meighan scored 14 points for team Tarpon.
The next round of games is scheduled for Sunday March 17th starting at 6PM sharp, so don’t miss out!
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