PHS Black Widow, MHS score win in ISL Girl’s varsity hoopfest

Palau High School (PHS) Black Widow and Mindszenty High School Lady Cardinals scored contrasting victories against respective opponents in the ongoing 2011 Inter-School League girl’s basketball league played in separate venues.

PHS Black Widow nailed its second win as they drubbed BHS Stellars, 71-48. The win came off after the Black Widows won over Mindszenty High School Lady Cardinals, 56-31 last October 19.

The Black Widows are now 2-0 in the team standings.

On the other hand, Mindszenty High School Lady Cardinals managed to bounce back as they beat PHS Lady Spiders, 30-26 with Aphra-El Uchel leading the way with 9 points as Ayla had 6 for the Lady Spiders. The Lady Cardinals are now 2-1.

In other games, PHS Lady Spiders defeated PMA B, 51-5; PMA A won over PHS Lady Spiders, 40-36; PMA B drubbed BHS Stellars, 80-18; and MHS Lady Cardinals outscored BHS Stellars, 42-38.

Games resume today with PMA A versus BHS Stellars at 4 p.m. at the EHS court while PHS Lady Spiders goes up against its sister team PHS Black Widow at 4 p.m. at the PHS Gym.

Tomorrow’s game will have PHS Lady Spiders against BHS Stellars at 3 p.m. at the Palau National gym while October 31 matches will feature PHS Black Widows taking on PMA B at 4 p.m. at the PHS Gym while PMA A will meet MHS Lady Cardinals also at 4 p.m. at the MHS gym.

The tournament is supervised by the Palau Basketball Federation (PBF).  By Peter Erick L. Magbanua (Island Times News)


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