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Mobil outlasts Bank of Guam in hoops

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - Bank of Guam and Mobil laced-up for action in the Shirley's Basketball League at the Tamuning Gym, Carlito Reyes showing his range, knocking down the three. Mobil ball, Patricio Rosario splits the defense and goes off glass for the basket. More from Mobil, off the turnover pushing the ball up court, Jayr Carsula with the left hand reverse for the bucket. Mobil went on to take the game in overtime 58-56.

Henry Cabuhat put up 13 in the win Carlito Reyes scored 22 in the loss for Bank of Guam. In other scores Sunny Wholesale defeated Onward 59-37 led by Ernesto Rosario who had 16, while ST Corp picked up the win over Take Care 54-43, Mike Bork had a team high 17 in the win.

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