West London College vs King Henry School

West London College continued to showed improvements game-to-game with a strong performance against King Henry School, but they still search for their first win as the visitors grabbed a 60-90 victory.

The game remained close throughout the first half with some great individual performances, including Lexas Palmer who paced WLC with 27 points and 11 rebounds. King Henry outlasted their opposition with dominant play in the paint, led by 24 points and seven rebounds from Bradley Tabansi.

WLC Coach Michael Quamina said, “We are continually making progress on both the offensive and defensive end we just need to be able to be to last the entire game. We are getting better game-by-game, we must work on staying consistent and efficient.”

Noah Mesquida chipped in eight points and three rebounds for WLC, while Anthony TJ Hibbert finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds for KHS.

Next week sees West London face off against Uxbridge College, while King Henry will play against Raines Foundation School.