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Umatac 76ers too strong for Island Dragons

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In the Take Care Summer Jam Youth Basketball Tournament, the Super Typhoon Division took to the court, as the Umatac 76ers made their way up town to take on the Island Dragons. 76ers Dominic Chinguina splits the defense and goes baseline getting by another Dragons defender for the left-handed layup.

Umatac with the slim lead looking to add to that lead, Dylan Taimanglo drives to the basket and takes it on 4 defenders for the finish. Dragon's player Elson Raponel had his long-range game working for him, Raponel drains another from downtown, finishing with a game high 18 points.

The 76ers took the ball game off two late free throws in overtime to win 43-42, Dylan Taimanglo put up 10 in the win.

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