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Bulldogs hold off Panthers for title shot

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In the first of 2 semifinal games last night, the Okkodo Bulldogs faced the Guam High Panthers. Big Man Maksever Kepwe posting up, backing his way inside for 2 of his 19 points. More from the defending champions, John Odtohan drives and gets the scoop shot to go.

Panthers ball, off the missed three point attempt, loose ball gets picked up by Paul Floyd who puts up the fade away leaner off glass, he finished the game with 17 points. Bulldogs player Dezdin Fikes contributed with rebound after rebound, here he goes with the pick and roll off glass for the score.

Guam High's Kaleb Mitchell led all scorers last night with 23 points, drawing contact and hitting the free throw for the 3-point play. The Bulldogs held on for the win 64-52 and head into Friday night's championship game to defend their title.

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