WCC Hammers best Beakers in IP&E NBL 2013
Team WCC Hammers showed might in the second quarter enough to beat Breakers, 93-78 Wednesday night in the ongoing 2013 season of the Shell IP&E National Basketball League (NBL) played at the Palau National gym.
After taking an 18-17 lead in the opening canto, WCC Hammers swing out a 30-15 run in the second to edge the Breakers, 48-32 at the end of the first half. From there, WCC Hammers sailed by swiftly to score the win.
WCC Hammers’ playmaker Mike Williams led the scoring clutches for his team with 22 as Kent Moore chipped in 15 while Joey Sumor topscored for the Breakers with 27 on the losing end.
In other matches, Ngermid Rivals won over Ksau Imaging Solutions, 20-0; PCC Mesekiu beats Idid Airwaves, 61-52; Peched Raw defeated 4x4 Wheelers, 98-66; Nationals 19 and Under downs Ksau Imaging Solutions, 108-76; and Medalaii Stingers beat Ngermid Rivals, 20-0.
Games resume tonight with 4x4 Wheelers versus Nationals 19 and Under at 6 p.m. while Monday night matches will have Medalaii Stingers against FR Spoilers at 7:30 p.m. as Peched Raw will meet Breakers in the main game at 9 p.m.
Teams seeing action this season include defending champion FR Spoilers (sponsored by FR Construction), Peched (sponsored by Surangel’s Raw Surf Shop), 4x4 Wheelers (sponsored by Palau Trading Company), Ksau Imaging Solutions (sponsored by Surangel and Sons Company), Nationals 19 and Under (sponsored by IP&E Palau), WCC Hammers (sponsored by Williams Construction Company, Manny Adelbai and Bunker Ruluked), Medalaii-Stingers (sponsored by Neco Marine and Koror State Youth Council), Idid Airwaves (sponsored by Koror State Youth Council), Ngermid Rivals (sponsored by Koror State Youth Council), PCC Mesekiu (sponsored by Palau Community College) and Breakers (sponsored by Palau Trading Company and Senator Mark Rudimch).
The tournament, which is supervised by the Palau Basketball Federation (PBF), is a tobacco, alcohol and drug free program. Any violators will be banned from participating. For more information call Topps at 488-4491. By Peter Erick L. Magbanua (Island Times News)