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Typhoons shooting too much for Dragons

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Island Dragons and Typhoons met up at the Tamuning Gym in a showdown in the Super Typhoon Division A, 16 and Under game. Dragon's player Kurtis Silva with the nice leaner in the lane, Silva dishing the ball off to teammate Elson Raponel for the shot from long range for 3.

Typhoons pushing the ball up court, Christian Payumo answering with a 3 from up top getting his swagger on. Back the other way Leo Kaminaga trying to get the tough shot to go, ball goes off the backboard to Felix Tomy, who finished it off with the baby hook. The Typhoons showing good ball movement, to find big man Joshua Sebastian calling for the ball down low, Sebastian with the nice move for the bucket. In the end the Typhoons slipped past the Dragons 51-46.

Christian Payumo led the way in the win with 17, Kurtis Silva put up 18 in the loss for the Dragons.

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