Club Mauricio Báez is crowned in Women’s Basket

The Mauricio Báez Club was crowned champion last night of the 37th version of the Superior Women’s District Basketball Tournament, Seaboard Cup, by beating 77-68 in an exciting match against Las Águilas de Guachupita.

In this way, the Mauricio Báez girls retain their championship that they had won in the last 2022 version of the tournament organized by the National District Basketball Association (Abadina). This tournament, won by Mauricio Báez, was dedicated to councilor Liz Mieses.

Jennifer Jiménez stood out for the Mauritian team with 27 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists; Cesarina Capellán, with 22 points and 9 rebounds, and Génesis Evangelista, 13 annotations and 7 captures.

While for Las Águilas, who provided a great game, Sugeiry Monsac stood out with 35 annotations and 18 rebounds, Ángela Jiménez with 11 points and 12 rebounds and Mari Coronado with 8.

“Great win”

After the exciting victory, the coach of Mauricio Báez, Alberto Zabala, highlighted the collective work, the support of the board of directors and the fans.

He said that it was a great triumph that they worked as a team minute by minute and that in the end they were able to win and repeat as champions of the women’s district tournament. Delivery of the Cup After the match, Mr. Fernando Geraldino, Seaboard’s Manager of Social and Business Affairs, presented the Cup to the members of Mauricio Báez’s team and reiterated that the company he represents will continue to support sports and especially to basketball clubs.

Mieses congratulates While councilor Mieses, to whom the event was dedicated, congratulated the defending champions and the entire board. She also promised to support women’s basketball and Abadina.

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Without rest “We will continue working to develop our sport throughout the National District. Our priority will continue to be to spread basketball to the masses,” said Diego Pesqueira, president of the Abadina.

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