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Sharks win thriller at home over Panthers

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In boys high school basketball, the Guam High Panthers traveled to Sanchez to take on the Sharks. Daron Foster with the dish to Aljon Sotto for the baseline jumper for Sanchez. The Sharks working the inside, #1 Andrew Carlos goes left and splits the defense for the nice bucket off glass.

Guam High kept it tight through the 4th quarter, Paul Floyd pulls up from down town, shots no good, Big Man Matt Eaten cleaning up around the basket for the put back. Sanchez making a run after being down by 4, Andrew Carlos attacking the basket again, ball goes off the backboard, teammate Aljon Sotto with the put back high off glass for the score.

The game ended with the Panthers down by a couple and Paul Floyd at the line and a flurry of attempts. The Sharks hung in for the win at home.

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