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SAN MIGUEL BALL WEEK 1

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San Miguel Basketball Week 1

Saturday

f7a0a54c92471ac4480e727e4ccf93df_XLThe 2013 San Miguel Basketball League tipped off Saturday at the Yigo gym with a handful of action with five games on schedule, but two of the five games ended in a forfeit.

Red Horse 121, Red Music Skippers 48

The Guam Men’s National Basketball team made their return to Guam after valiantly competing in New Zealand and earning third place by blowing up the scoreboard against Red Music Skippers.

Joe Blas led all scorers with 35 points while J.P. Cruz and E.J. Calvo both went over 20. Nick Dungca led the way for Red Music Skippers with 18 points.

Sticky Bandits 61, Hoopnotics 49

Steve Gatewood led the Sticky Bandits with 15 points as they managed to pull away from Hoopnotics. J. Borja kept the Hoopnotics rolling with 15 points to lead the team. The Sticky Bandits got a wealth of scoring from all their players with four players hitting double figures.

L.A. Painting 50, Colsa 46

The closest game of the night went to Jay Yu and L.A. Painting as they survived Edison Capanang and Colsa. Yu led his team with 18 points while Capanang put up 18 for Colsa. It was a close game through out, but L.A. painting made all the right plays in the closing minutes to fight off Colsa to get the win.

Forfeits

IT&E 2, DLX 0

Dragons 2, ACS Investors 0

Sunday

Island Painting 49, Skyy Vodka 35

Jayrald Yu and Island Painting were holding on by to a 35-30 lead late in the second half before going on a 19-5 run to close out Skyy Vodka for the big win. Yu led Island Painting with 18 points and Carlito Edrada led Skyy Vodka with 13 points.

Ben N Yan’s Panthers 72, YMO 54

Danny Cepda scored a team high 15 points to lead the Panthers past Yigo Mayors Office. Dynamic wingman Errol Alegre and Thony Benetez had 14 points each to pace the Panthers. Ricky Pascual led YMO with 17 points while teammate Ariel Ordollo chipped in with 12 points.

Jim Beam 49, 36 CES 38

Jin Han was one of the four members of Jim Beam to score 10 points as they got a collective team effort to defeat 36 CES. Dexter Cala led CES with 13 points in the losing effort.

Calvo’s Insurance 46, Pepsi 29

Jay Casmiro scored 17 points and teammate Nate Torres added 14 as Calvo’s Insurance easily handled Pepsi. Jojo Bergantin led Pepsi with 13 points.

J-Town 2, BME & Sons – FORFEIT

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