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G-Rollers teams post wins in IVYBL - Mar 30, 2004

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The G-Rollers camp was pretty successful last week in the ongoing Island-wide Village Youth Basketball League, posting respectable victories, with the G-Rollers II beating the Garapan Local Boyz on Wednesday and the G-Rollers I routing the Capitol Hill Blaze on Thursday.

The G-Rollers II, in their season-debut, ran on all cylinders in the second and third quarters to build a comfortable lead that managed to hold despite an electrifying charge by the Local Boyz in the fourth for a 41-36 win at the Garapan Court.

After an even first quarter, 8-8, the coach Joe Diaz and his G-Rollers II gained advantage with a 14-6 run in the second eight-minute period to head into halftime with a 22-14 lead.

The lead ballooned to 15 points courtesy of another spirited balanced attack in the third that limited the Local Boyz to a measly 4 points. For their part, the G-Rollers II combined to knock in 11 points for a 33-18 cushion with one period remaining to be played.

The Local Boyz, however, weren't ready to throw in the towel and put up a desperate push only to fall a little short in the end.

Kyle Concepcion, Ricardo Basilla, Alvander Pua, and Xing You Dong each had 6 points to lead the G-Rollers II, while Denri Fiden paced the Local Boyz with a game-high 12 points.

As for the G-Rollers I, they bagged their second win in as many chances with a 61-32 trouncing of the Blaze last Thursday.

The G-Rollers I held a slim 25-22 lead at the break, but kicked it into high gear and outscored the Blaze, 36-10, in the second half for the final score.

Joemar Tumaquip pumped in 8 points, while Keoive Chariton, Kevin Aldan, Mat Iguel, and Daniel Lizama added 6 points to lead the victors.

Eugene Dillay had 8 points for the Blaze.


G-Rollers I 61-Tumaquip 8, Keoive 6, Aldan 6, Iguel 6, Lizama 6, Castro 5, Nagata 4, Pangelinan 4, Teregeyo 2, Sablan 2, Phillip 2, Ada 2, Moses 2.

Blaze 32-Tom 12, E. Dillay 8, Jonathan 4, T.J. 2, Melina 2, Crystal 2, Elina 2.

Scoring by quarters: 9-10, 25-22, 41-26, 61-32.


G-Rollers II 41-Concepcion 6, Basilla 6, Alvander 6, Dong 6, Sison 5, Eptison 4, Mateo 4, Kaipat 4.

Local Boyz 36-Fiden 12, Ngirmerr 8, Berueco 4, Martin 4, Sachuo 3, Sammy 3.

Scoring by quarters: 8-8, 22-14, 33-18, 41-36.

Story by Shan Seman


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