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CAHS Boys and Girls Win Over All Saints, Sts. Peter and Paul

Charlotte Amalie boys and girls basketball teams made quick work of All Saints and Sts. Peter and Paul in St. Thomas-St. John interscholastic action Monday afternoon, Feb. 14. The Lady Hawks held off All Saints, 44-24 in the first game. Jerusha Corbett led Charlotte Amalie with 10 points as eight of the nine players scored in the game. Jarima Simmons had seven points and Keri Harry, Te’Andra Richardson and Kelssy Trass each tallied six points.
Rhea Simon led All Saints with 12 points and Chavante Marsh added 10 points.
In the boys’ action, Charlotte Amalie walked over Sts. Peter and Paul, 75-25. Merwin Potter led Charlotte Amalie with 11 points as every Hawk scored in the game. Jamari Rivera had nine points and Dekwani Norford, J’moi Smith, Deshawn Creque and Jeron Petersen each had eight points.
Micker Zapata and Eliakin Del Rosario each had eight points to lead the Jaguars.

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Charlotte Amalie boys and girls basketball teams made quick work of All Saints and Sts. Peter and Paul in St. Thomas-St. John interscholastic action Monday afternoon, Feb. 14. The Lady Hawks held off All Saints, 44-24 in the first game. Jerusha Corbett led Charlotte Amalie with 10 points as eight of the nine players scored in the game. Jarima Simmons had seven points and Keri Harry, Te'Andra Richardson and Kelssy Trass each tallied six points.
Rhea Simon led All Saints with 12 points and Chavante Marsh added 10 points.
In the boys’ action, Charlotte Amalie walked over Sts. Peter and Paul, 75-25. Merwin Potter led Charlotte Amalie with 11 points as every Hawk scored in the game. Jamari Rivera had nine points and Dekwani Norford, J'moi Smith, Deshawn Creque and Jeron Petersen each had eight points.
Micker Zapata and Eliakin Del Rosario each had eight points to lead the Jaguars.