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DEFENDERS HAND TYPHOONS FIRST LOSS

PRESS RELEASE – Bud Light Golden Hoops Classic (GHC) 2013 Spring Tournament completed its fourth week of games with teams adding more wins to their team record on Wednesday and Sunday at Tamuning Gym.

Team Justice (5-0) continued its winning streak after a victory against Dr. Ha Tooth Fairies 64-55 on February 13 at Tamuning Gym. Sitting left to right are Jerry Hinkle, Roque Charfauros, Joaquin Charfauros, John Chaco, Daniel Sanchez and Harry Azicate. Standing left to right are Reggie Rechebong, Jay Casimiro and Will Stinett. Missing in photo are Robert Torres, Brian Aflague, AJ Aguon, Jesse "Jay" Muna, Dean Manglona and Joey Reyes. (courtesy photo)

Team Justice (5-0) continued its winning streak after a victory against Dr. Ha Tooth Fairies 64-55 on February 13 at Tamuning Gym. Sitting left to right are Jerry Hinkle, Roque Charfauros, Joaquin Charfauros, John Chaco, Daniel Sanchez and Harry Azicate. Standing left to right are Reggie Rechebong, Jay Casimiro and Will Stinett. Missing in photo are Robert Torres, Brian Aflague, AJ Aguon, Jesse “Jay” Muna, Dean Manglona and Joey Reyes. (courtesy photo)

In the 18 plus competitive division it was the top four teams meeting on the court on Wednesday to determine who would stay at the top in the standings.

Closing out the night was Team Justice (5-0) and Dr. Ha Tooth Fairies (4-1) battling it out in a tight defensive game. At the final buzzer it was Justice earning the victory 64-55 against the Fairies.

Top scorers were Jay Casimiro and Will Stinett for Justice with 16 points and 11 points. Fairies Earvin Jose, Jin Han and Charles Reyes each scored 12 points apiece.

Team Defenders gave the Tamuning Typhoons I their first loss in a high scoring game 91-80. Defenders Barry Endsley lit it up offensively scoring a game high 35 points followed by teammate Ryan Rodgers with 21 points. Typhoons I Joe Blas and Edgardo Baza scored 33 points and 31 points respectively in the loss.

18 plus competitive division
Tamuning Typhoons II 47, Four Stars 46; Team Defenders 55, Agat MO 53; Four Stars 52, NOVA 42; Tamuning Typhoons II 80, Mr. Rubbishman 51; Tamuning Typhoons I 76, R&J Royalty 48; Bank of Guam 71, NOVA 63; Four Stars 60, Bank of Guam; NOVA 59, Team Bullets 44.

30 plus competitive division
Team Defenders 54, Tamuning Typhoons I 45.

Coed recreation division
Tango INC 51, Ada’s Trust 49; Thunder Cats 54, Tamuning Typhoons 49.

Games continue on Sunday starting at 11am with the final game scheduled for 8pm. Visit www.guambasketball.com for game schedule, results, stats and updates or like us on facebook under guambasketball.com for live newsfeeds.

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