Final Score AUGUSCO 29-13 PRESEC
Score check Augusco 29-10 PRESEC
AUGUSCO leads PRESEC 16-5
T.I.AMASS beats Tema Senior High School 24-16 to qualify for semis
OWASS qualify with maximum wins as Group C winners as St.Thomas Aquinas come in second
OWASS beats Aggrey Memorial 24-7
With a big lead and qualification already sealed, OWASS rest starters.
Hany grabs rebound and feeds Elorm to score layup.
Guard Opare scores on wonderful drive
Second half begins; Opare checks ball in to Emmanuel ‘Ghost” Agyapong
OWASS take 12-3 lead over Aggrey Memorial into half time.
OWASS Guard makes steal and fakes shot but gets fouled
First timeout OWASS lead Aggrey 4-3
Prempeh College come in second behind Pope John’s
POJOSS defeat ADISCO 18-15 to qualify tops of Group B
St. Mary’s annihilated by T.I. AMASS 34-8
Half Time POJOSS 9-9 ADISCO
Time out POJOSS 6-5 ADISCO
Mfantsipim School top Group A with K.S.T.S. coming in second
Opoku Ware School Old Boys donate to team.
More donations from Old Boys to alma mater
Mfantsipim win game 20-15
Mfantsipim 18-15 K.S.T.S.
K.S.T.S Malik misses both free throws
Mfantsipim in foul troble
K.S.T.S. coach Albert Mensah calls a timeout.
Score Mfantsipim 10-4 K.S.T.S.
Koforidua Seconadry Technical School consistently missing shots.
Kadjebi Asato have recorded its first win in the Sprite Ball Championship b defeating Ghana Lebanon Islamic Senior High School 12-8.
The win is more important because it happened in their debut appearance in the Championship.
For GLISS, this has been a bad tournament for the once powerful basketball fraternity.
Kadjebi Asato heads into half time with a 2-0 lead over GLISS in what will surely go down as one of the lowest scoring games in the history of Sprite Ball.
The dull game has been dominated by an incredible number of missed shots and all round bad play.
St.Thomas Aquinas made good on their promise of making a statement at Sprite Ball by dumping G.S.T.S. out courtesy a 19-14 win.
The school managed to covert crucial shots down the stretch to book a spot in the final eight. Key man Ashietey Ollenu’s offensive play was curtailed much of the game but did make important contribution on the defensive end by making a couple of steals.
St. Thomas Aquinas take a deserved 12-6 lead into the second half as star man Ashietey Ollenu did his thing and torched G.S.T.S. to wonderful drives and skills.
G.S.T.S. anchorman Mustapha Ahmed has been incredible on the defensive side, blocking shots and dominating interior play.
Prempeh College beat St.John’s School 16-13 as the final round of games unfold. The Kumasi-based side just had enough offensive firepower to outlast the Saints from Western Region.
Despite the narrow win, Prempeh College has not confirmed their place in the last eight as a win for Adisadel College in their matchup against Pope John’s School will put both teams on the same number of wins. Should that happen, the teams will be separated by points differential.
St.John’s School exit the competition without recording any win from three games.
Prempeh College hold a slight 10-8 lead over St. John’s School in the final round of matches in Group B.
The first half was characterized by tough defensive plays and lots of missed shots;looking forward to an improved shooting half in the second.
Mawuli Senior High School exited the 2016 Sprite Ball Championship on a high after recording a 16-7 win over Accra Academy. The game which was of little to no interest as both teams had already exited the tournament after recording consecutive losses to K.S.T.S. and Mfantsipim School.
This means Accra Academy exit the competition winless having conceded 66 total points in three games.
Accra Academy and Mawuli Senior High School are currently engaged in a game of no merit to the tournament as both teams are already out of the competition.
St. Augustine’s College beat debutants Kadjebi Asato 30-14 to maintain their wonderful winning run in the tournament.
Point Guard Raymond Affram was instrumental in the demolition as he put on a show highlighted by quick steps, magnificent handles and no-look passes.
Team leader, Dennis “Mantse” Dugbennu proved to be an ever present feature in tha paint as he gobbled up rebound after rebound.
The Central Region Champions will do battle with PRESEC-Legon to determine which team will top Group D.
St. Augustine’s College take a 10-8 first half lead against Kadjebi Asato Senior High School in Day 2.
The Central Region champions have not being much impressive as they consistently missed open shots and were a bit slow on defense.
In their debut season, Kadjebi have looked a well drilled side especially in this game.
G.S.T.S. extended their stay in the tournament by beating Central Region debutants Aggrey Memorial 8-6 in a very low scoring game.
The Giants will have to win the matchup against highly rated Opoku Ware School to stand a chance of progressing to the next stage of the tournament.
G.S.T.S. the Giants are yet to take gigantic steps in the 2016 Sprite Ball Championship but have 5-3 lead over Aggrey Memorial Mount Zion School in the first half.
The Western Region-Central Region showdown has been characterized by tough physical duels and strong defensive plays.
Adisadel College maintain seven point lead to down St.John’s School 18-11 to remain in the tournament. The Central Region representatives will battle St.Thomas Aquinas for a spot in the quarter finals.
Adisadel College head into the second half with a 13-6 lead over Western Region representatives St.John’s School
Both teams need victory to stay in the tournament after suffering defeats in their respective games.
Koforidua Secondary Technical School took a 12-4 lead over Mawuli Senior High School into half time. Guard Summers has been instrumental by making key plays including a tremendous drive to the basket where he scores and gets fouled. He converts to complete three point play.
Two minutes left in second half K.S.T.S. maintain eight point lead 18-9.
Mawuli giving it a good go by taking advantage of opportunities from the charity stripe but not enough to over turn lead.
K.S.T.S. miss shots but are able to cruise to victory.
Final Score K.S.T.S. 21-12