PPR Shark Attack, MOJ Cops score win in Rudimch Enterprise GBL

Team Palau Pacific Resort (PPR) Shark Attack and Ministry of Justice (MOJ) Cops scored separate victories against rivals, Friday night in the ongoing 2012 season of the Rudimch Enterprise Government/Business League at the Palau National gym.

PPR Shark Attack continued their winning ways this time at the expense of Sam’s Shark, 65-56. Trailing 39-31 at the end of the first half, PPR Shark Attack turned on their offensive button as they limited Sam’s Shark to 8 point in the third as to their 13 baskets to trim the lead to 47-44.

Shark Attack then made its move as they blasted Sam’s Shark in the final quarter with a 21-9 run to score the win. Joeger Supnet and Dennis Castro paced PPR Shark Attack with 29 and 25 points, respectively.

Wade Redechor and Franky Kuchad, on the other hand, topscored for Sam’s Sharks with 15 and 13 baskets, in that order but was not enough to fuel a huge comeback.

Meanwhile, OJ and Harris tallied 17 and 15 markers as they led MOJ Cops past Palasia Hotel, 84-79 in the Government Division.

In other games, MPIIC won over MOE II, 90-83; WCTC defeated Neco, 93-59; Fish and Fins Hunters downed Galaxy Builders, 73-63; and PRR Dragons bested PPR Stingray, 80-65.

Games resume tonight with Neco versus PPR Stingrays at 6 p.m. followed by the Sam’s Sharks-Fish and Fins Hunters at 7:30 p.m. while Surangel and Sons will face WCTC in the main game at 9 p.m. Tomorrow’s matches will have MOF Omsangel against team ABC at 6 p.m. as MOE II meets PNCC Molekoi at 7:30 p.m. while Palasia Hotel will test PPUC Kamik at 9 p.m.

Thursday matches will have PRR Dragons taking on Mason’s Hardware at 6 p.m. as PPR Shark Attack will face Galaxy Builders at 7:30 p.m. while MOE Spiders will square off with KSG Royals at 9 p.m.

The league is a tobacco, alcohol and drug free program and all violators will be banned form participating.  By Peter Erick L. Magbanua (Island Times News)




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