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Streaking Ol'Aces rout BSI - Apr 3, 2018


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The Ol'Aces' scoring surge continued, as they pounded BSI, 100-70, during the men's division game in 2018 MIBF Island-wide Basketball League last Wednesday night at the Gilbert C. Ada Gymnasium. With another easy win, the Ol'Aces kept their perfect record (3-0) in the eight-team field, while BSI dropped to an even 1-1 slate after prevailing in its season debut against the Genesis All-Stars. In all their three wins, the powerhouse Ol'Aces reached the century mark, as they scored 144 versus the Saints and 107 against the Genesis All-Stars. Opposite BSI, again the Ol'Aces multiple options on offense helped the undefeated squad cruise past their opponents. Four Ol'Aces players scored in double figures and five more chipped in at least 5 points apiece. Despite the Ol'Aces' depth, BSI should be credited for keeping up with its foe in the first half, as the former led by only a deuce at the break, 39-37. John Atencio, Paolo Sanguyo, and Sonny Marinas teamed up in allowing BSI to shadow the Ol'Aces in the first 20 minutes of play. However, the Ol'Aces began to assert their might in the third quarter behind the 3-point shooting of Preston Basa, who made three consecutive baskets from downtown to help his team open a 75-54 advantage. Dean Blake, Freddie Pelisamen, and Douglas Schmidt also did their share in the Ol'Aces' third-quarter breakaway. Basa then knocked in another triple early in the fourth quarter, while Pelisamen drilled 6 straight points to deliver the killer blows for the Ol'Aces.
Courtesy of: saipantribune.com  



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The Ol'Aces' scoring surge continued, as they pounded BSI, 100-70, during the men's division game in 2018 MIBF Island-wide Basketball League last Wednesday night at the Gilbert C. Ada Gymnasium. With another easy win, the Ol'Aces kept their perfect record (3-0) in the eight-team field, while BSI dropped to an even 1-1 slate after prevailing in its season debut against the Genesis All-Stars   [read more]
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