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Toothfairies, Outlanders advance to semifinal round - May 18, 2017

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The Guam Basketball Association season three is winding down but that doesn't mean the actions has stopped. Tuesday night in a playoff game at the University of Guam Calvo Field House, the Mitsubishi Outlanders took down the UOG Tritons and the ToothFairies defeated the Guam Autospot Phoenix.
Outlanders 84, UOG Tritons 44
The Outlanders took down the Tritons 84-44 to advance to the next round of playoffs. UOG ends its season on a low note with the lowest points production of the season and a second 40-point loss to the Outlanders. The Outlanders were playing without their center James Collins. The teams had a slow start with the Outlanders leading 5-2 within the first five minutes of the game and the Outlanders took the quarter, 18-8. At the half the Outlanders led by 11 points, 38-27. The third quarter had the Outlanders outscoring the Tritons by 27 points. The Tritons only managed to score four points, 58-31. The Outlanders went on a run to open the fourth period and outscored UOG 16-6 with a 74-38 lead and cruised to the win. UOG was led by Dez Fikes with 14 points while Ryan Nangauta added 13 points. The Tritons shot at 22 percent from the field. The Outlanders were led by Roque Charfauros with 22 points while Kyle Grimm had 13 points. UOG ended their season 3-10 with the loss and the Outlanders are now 7-6 and move on to play top seed MVP next week.

Toothfairies 97, Phoenix 74
In other action, the Toothfairies defeated the Guam Autospot Phoenix, 97-74. The Toothfairies advanced to to play the winner of the MacTech and Bombers game on Wednesday, May 17 at 7:00 p.m. at the Calvo Field House. In the first half of the first quarter, the Toothfairies took the immediate lead 18-7. The Phoenix doubled their points but it was not enough to capture the Toothfairies lead, 29-14. At the half, the Toothfairies led the Phoenix by 22 points, 50-24. In the third quarter the Phoenix only manages to close the gap to a 17-point game, 67-50. The Toothfairies ran with the lead and the 23-point win, never allowing the Phoenix to catch up. Kirk Long scored 32 points for the ToothFairies shooting 75 percent from the field and 83 percent at the line. Cannell Russ added 24 points and also shot at 75 percent from the field. Julius Yu scored 22 points for the Phoenix and Seve Susuico added 20 points.
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