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Tamuning hosts Golden Hoops Classic

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - Over at the Tamuning Gym the Island Dragons and Typhoons laced up for battle in the Golden Hoops Classic, Typhoons player JinHo Haun with the nice take to the rack for the score. Good ball movement by the Dragons set up Fayth Thompson to find Mike Atoigue down low for the shot off glass.

JinHo Haun dribbling, looking to go inside to big man Allan Chang who gets position and goes up with the shot. The Typhoons walked away with the 77-60 win in the 20+ Competitive Division. In other games Justice downed ExpendaBULLS 72-50 while the Inarajan Hawks beat Bank of Guam 55-48.

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