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Tiana Wilson named girls’ basketball MVP

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer

Thursday, April 20, 2017    

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Mt Alvernia High’s Tiana Wilson was last week named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) after she led the Montego Bay school to their second Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association Western Conference girls’ basketball title in three years.

Mt Alvernia upset the previously unbeaten Holland High 31-28 in the exciting final played at the Montego Bay Cricket Club recently.


Wilson, who had a double-double with a game-high 14 points and 10 rebounds, also won the award for most steals in the season.

Rodene Morris of last year’s champions Rhodes Hall High also had two awards: most free throws and most blocked shots.

Meanwhile, Muschett High won three awards as Rockel Mason scored most points, Isha Roache had most three-point baskets, and Peter-Ann Headley had the most rebounds.

Despite winning all eight games coming into the final, Holland High won just one award — Tatianna Fagan for most assists.

Mt Alvernia High and Holland High will represent the Western Conference in the all-island play-offs.

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