Galen Eagles Finish Western Regional Undefeated!

Galen Eagles Finish Western Regional Undefeated!

On Friday evening at Sacred Heart Auditorium, the Galen Eagles defeated Sacred Heart College by the score of 63-44.
The victory ensured the Eagles off an undefeated record of 4-0 and will move on to the ATLIB National
Championships next Saturday at UB Gymnasium.

The Scorpions of Sacred Heart played a flawless 1st quarter jumping out to a 15-6 lead after 1 period of play. Once again it was Jamie Carbajal leading the way with 7 points in the opening stanza.

Sacred Heart would push the lead up to as many as 12 points with 3 minutes left in the 2nd quarter leading 26-14. Antwon McFadzean would hit for 9 points during that stretch. That is when Nigel Martinez would hit from three-point land to start the comeback. Then Kevin Brown would hit two 3pt shots sandwiched between 2 Lisani Lambey Free Throws to put the Eagles on an 8-0 run cutting the lead to 4 points. The Scorpions would head into intermission leading 32-28.

Leading the way for Galen was Raul Roches with 16pts, Kevin Brown had 14pts, Roman Alvarez and Lisani Lambey each scored 11pts. Anttwon McFadzean would lead all scorers with 17 pts. Jamie Carbajal added 11 points while Elvert Ariola had 10pts.

The Galen Eagles would also like to wish our Western Regional counterparts the University of Belize Lady Black Jaguars good luck this Saturday as they look to bring home the Female Championship.

Western Regional Final Male Standings

Galen 4-0
UB 1-3
SHC 1-3

Total Points Galen 279pts 69.7ppg
Total Points Opp. 196pts 49.0ppg

Scoring Leaders Galen

Kevin Brown 84pts 21.0ppg
Raul Roches 54pts 13.5ppg
Roger Reneau (2GM) 25pts 12.5ppg
Roman Alvarez 35pts 8.8ppg
Lisani Lambey 28pts 7.0ppg
Bryton Codd 17pts 4.3ppg
Karym Coleman 16pts 4.0ppg
Nigel Martinez 10pts 2.5ppg
Julian Theissen 9pts 2.3ppg

Leaders 3pt shots made: Kevin Brown 14, Roman Alvarez 4, Raul Roches 2, Lisani Lambey 2, Nigel Martinez 2, Roger Reneau 1 TEAM 3pt shots made: 25

Leaders Free Throws Made: Kevin Brown 16, Roman Alvarez 5, Lisani Lambey 4, Roger Reneau 4, Raul Roches 3, Bryton Codd 1, Julian Theissen 1