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GOLDEN HOOPS PLAYOFFS SET

PRESS RELEASE – Bud Light Golden Hoops Classic (GHC) 2013 Spring Tournament completed its fifth week of round robin games on Wednesday and Sunday at Tamuning Gym as they prepare for the playoffs next week.

30 plus competitive division Tamuning Typhoons II regroup during a timeout at Tamuning Gym. Typhoons II made a come from behind win against Bank of Guam Club 63-58 on February 27. Standing back row left to right is Brian Hahn, Ron Berking, Joel Balbaestro, Francis Sunga and #21 Todd Ragar. Front row #8 Eddie Ko and #9 Danny Payumo sitting on bench. Missing in  the picture is Aaron Bonto. (courtesy photo)

30 plus competitive division Tamuning Typhoons II regroup during a timeout at Tamuning Gym. Typhoons II made a come from behind win against Bank of Guam Club 63-58 on February 27. Standing back row left to right is Brian Hahn, Ron Berking, Joel Balbaestro, Francis Sunga and #21 Todd Ragar. Front row #8 Eddie Ko and #9 Danny Payumo sitting on bench. Missing in the picture is Aaron Bonto. (courtesy photo)

“Teams are preparing for their double elimination playoffs which means intense games as they battle it out on the court to avoid elimination,” stated tournament coordinator Elsa Ulloa.
In the 30 plus competitive division the Tamuning Typhoons II (3-3) made a come from behind win 63-58 against Bank of Guam Club (1-6). Tyhoons II top scorers were Joel Balbaestro with 22 points followed by Francis Sunga with 21 points and Aaron Bonto with 12 points.

Bank of Guam’s Ryan Camacho scored 18 points while teammates Alvin Alavarez scored 13 points and Jerico Ofeciar scored 10 points.

18 plus competitive division

R&J Royalty 56, Team Bullets 44; Bank of Guam Club 71, Tamuning Typhoons II 69; Tooth Fairies 86, NOVA 46; R&J Royalty 51 in double overtime, Tamuning Typhoons II 49; NOVA 99, Mr. Rubbishman 64; Team Defenders 67 in overtime, R&J Royalty 65; Team Justice 73, Four Stars 49; Tamuning Typhoons I 90, NOVA 57; Tooth Fairies 96, Agat MO 63

30 plus competitive division

Team Defenders 86, Bank of Guam Club 68

Coed recreation division

Tamuning Typhoons 72, Tango INC 58; Ada’s Trust Club 52, Thunder Cats 37

Games continue on Sunday starting at 12pm with the final game scheduled for 7pm. 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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