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A’s end Braves BBL winning streak

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Bank of Guam Athletics knocked off the Moylan's ODC Braves 9-4 in BBL Baseball to hand them their first loss of the season. The Braves managed to scored 3 runs on their first trip to the plate. The Bank bounced back putting up 2 runs off 3 hits in the bottom of the 3rd. 

In the bottom of the 5th the Athletics tied the game at 3 but didn't keep the lead for long as the Braves took lead back in top of the 7th scoring a run. Randy Alcantra smacked a 3-RBI double in bottom of the 7th to give the lead back to the Bank. In the bottom 8th Derwin Aguon ripped a 3 run homer for the Athletics to put them up 9-4 for good.

The winning pitcher was Freddy Cepeda, who notched a complete game with 8k's. Ryan Martinez finished the game 1-2 with 2 runs. Matt Muna 2-3, scored 2 runs with 2 RBIs. Derwin Aguon 2-5 with 2 runs, 3 rbi's and a homerun. Randy Alcantra had 2-5 with 3 RBIs.

With the win the Bank 3-1 and the Braves 3-1. The Cougars in first with a 3-0 record. Make sure to be a fan of Guam BBL on Facebook for videos, stats, schedules and standings, all hooked up by Vic April and Mark Colby.

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