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GHC FINALS SET FOR SUNDAY

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PRESS RELEASE – Bud Light Golden Hoops Classic (GHC) 2013 Fall Tournament is in its final week of game with the top teams preparing for championship game day on Sunday at Tamuning Gym.

In the 30 plus men’s competitive division semi finals winners bracket the defending champions Tamuning Typhoons beat out Team Defenders 65-62 in overtime to earn a slot in Sunday’s 12pm championship game for a chance at yet another title. Defenders with the loss drop down to the losers bracket semi finals and will play Bank of Guam Club on Wednesday at 7pm. The winner will advance to the championship game against the Typhoons.

Leading the Typhoons offense were Francis Sunga with 20 points followed by Joel Punzalan with 14 points and Allan Chang with 12 points.

Defenders JoeSteven Duenas put up 18 points followed by teammates Ronnel Rivera with 13 points and Christopher Michaels with 11 points.

Coed recreation division; 

Tamuning Typhoons I eliminated the Royals Club 52-48. Fuetsa Club defeated the Tamuning Typhoons II 60-39 to earn a slot in Sunday’s championship game at 1:30pm. Typhoons I and Typhoons II will face each other in the semi finals losers bracket on Wednesday at 6pm. The winner will advance to play Fuetsa for a title.

18 plus men’s varsity division:

Team Justice eliminated Tamuning Typhoons II 63-57; Dr. Ha Tooth Fairies eliminated Team Legacy 86-56; Dr. Ha Tooth Fairies eliminated Team Justice 72-70; Tamuning Typhoons I earned the victory against the Andersen Bombers 72-62 in the semi finals winners bracket to earn a slot in Sunday’s championship game at 3pm; Bombers eliminated Tooth Fairies 63-47 in the semi finals losers bracket to secure the final slot in Sunday’s championship game.

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