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Typhoons too much for ThunderCats

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In the Open Recreation Division of the Golden Hoops Classic ThunderCats-2 beat out the Typhoons Rec-2 to eliminate them from this year's tournament. ThunderCats with the ball, Jose Terlaje dribbles and dishes it off to Alan Santos down low for the shot off glass.

Typhoons player Adrian Manansala pushing the ball up court, decides to take it himself and finishes with the left-handed lay up. The game went back and forth down the stretch with both teams looking to take the lead, #2 Camarin Mendiola hits the long two from the corner. The ThunderCats held on for the win using good defense to not allow the Typhoons to get a good look at the basket for the 39-37 win and will now advance to the next round of the playoffs.

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