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STINNETT’S 32 PACES TEAM JUSTICE

PRESS RELEASE – Bud Light Golden Hoops Classic (GHC) 2013 Spring Tournament continued its round robin games on Sunday at Tamuning Gym giving its fans action packed games each hour.

Team Defenders #5 Barry Endsley gets high off the ground to block Team Justice #4 Reggie Rechebong's layup during a game on February 17 at Tamuning Gym. Team Justice took the win 76-69 againt the Defenders. Justice Will Stinett scored a game high 32 points in the win. (courtesy photo)

Team Defenders #5 Barry Endsley gets high off the ground to block Team Justice #4 Reggie Rechebong’s layup during a game on February 17 at Tamuning Gym. Team Justice took the win 76-69 againt the Defenders. Justice Will Stinett scored a game high 32 points in the win. (courtesy photo)

“Teams are improving and performing at a higher level of competition at this time in the tournament.  It gets the fans emotionally involved and can be seen during games as they support their teams on the court,” stated tournament coordinator Elsa Ulloa.

In the 18 plus competitive division it was a showdown between Team Justice and Team Defenders highlighting it’s talent and skill causing the fans to ooh and ahh throughout the game. With all the hoopla it was Justice making a come from behind win against the Defenders 76-69.

Justice Will Stinnett coming off the bench scored a game-high 32 points followed by Reggie Rechebong with 18 points. Justice team record stands at 6-0.

Defenders Barry Endsley wowed the crowd with high power jumps on blocks and rebounds in the paint adding a one-handed dunk that got the crowd to respond. Teammates Ryan Rodgers scored 18 points and Adam Lloyd scored 15 points in the loss. Defenders are now 5-2.

18 plus competitive division

Bank of Guam 50, R&J Royalty 47; Tooth Fairies 92, Mr. Rubbishman 50; Tamuning Typhoons II 58, Agat MO 49; Tamuning Typhoons I 51, Four Stars 45; Tooth Fairies 78, Bank of Guam 66

30 plus competitive division

Tamuning Typhoons I 79, Bank of Guam 27; Team Defenders 88, Tamuning Typhoons II 80

Coed recreation division

Tamuning Typhoons 38, Ada’s Trust 33; Thunder Cats 60, Tango INC 56.
Games continue on Wednesday starting at 5:30 pm with the final game scheduled for 8:30 pm. 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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