Plaza and Sameji triumph in the top tournament in Santiago

The Fernando Plaza Valerio Club established itself in the first position by defeating Cupes 81-77 in the first Sunday day of the Santiago Superior Basketball tournament, which has a special dedication to the administrative minister of the presidency José Ignacio Paliza, In-Memoriam José-Bombo – Abreu.

Plaza Valerio had four players with double figures led by Luis Jacobo with 21 points, 7 rebounds and 2 assists, Juan Guerrero scored 16 points with 13 rebounds and 2 assists, 15 points for John Marchart, and Oliver Garcia contributed 14 points with 4 assists.

For Cupes that also combined four players with double figures Jeff Allen scored 17 points with 8 rebounds and 2 assists, Richard Washington 16 points and 7 rebounds, Juan Rosario added 12 points with 9 rebounds, and Jeffrey Arias added 11 points with 9 rebounds.

Despite being defeated, those of the Cupes representative of the southern area of ​​Santiago collectively dominated the rebounds 51-43, and the points of the bench players 33-11.

Plaza was collectively better in points per turnover 19-10, points in the paint 30-26, and in fast breaks 20-12

The first half of the game was close 42-40 in favor of Cupes, with Richard Washington as the offensive protagonist with 11 points, Jeff Allen with ten points and Jeffrey Arias with 9 points, while Plaza John Marchart scored 9 points, Juan Guerrero with 8 points and 7 rebounds. The first quarter ended tied at 21 points.

The third quarter ended 67-61 in favor of the plaza, which since the beginning of the second half of the game has held an 8-0 rally.

SAMEJI 88

NEW VILLAGE 85

Club Sameji defeated their archrivals Club Pueblo Nuevo by a wide margin 88-65, at the conclusion of Sunday’s triple day in the continuity of Santiago Basketball, which has a special dedication to the administrative minister of the presidency José Ignacio Paliza, In- Memoriam José –Bombo – Abreu, in option to the Banreservas cup.

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The Sameji team called the Tres Barrios was forceful in offensive actions shooting collectively for 48.6% and Pueblo Nuevo 32.4%.

Other collective statistics in comparison that Sameji dominated the points in the paint 42-20, and in fast breaks 25-8, in rebounds 50-40 and in assists 16-15.

For Sameji Jaison Valdez with 19 points, eight rebounds and six assists, Jeromy Rodríguez 17 points with 13 rebounds and two assists, Omar Silverio contributed 16 points, seven rebounds and two assists, Nehemías Morillo 13 points, with four rebounds and three assists, and Jonathan Araujo with seven points and eight rebounds.

While for Pueblo Nuevo Víctor Liz with 20 points, four assists, four rebounds and eight turnovers, Ronald Tineo with 11 points and six rebounds, Rakeen Christmas seven points with 12 rebounds.

The first quarter of the game, goals with seven rebounds, and Omar Silverio with nine points, finished 22-11 in favor of Sameji and they went to the halftime break of the game also winning with a score of 41-32. The best scorers of this part of the game for Sameji, Jaison Valdez with 12 points all behind the arc, Jeromy Rodríguez 11, and Omar Silverio nine points, while for Pueblo Nuevo Víctor Liz had 13 points, and seven goals contributed by Rakeen Christmas with nine rebounds.

The third set Pueblo Nuevo discounted Sameji’s advantage, there were several changes of leadership, despite this Sameji continued to win 63-55.

The actions of the best Superior Basketball Tournament in the country continue on Tuesday, March 14 when Pueblo Nuevo – Cupes and Sameji – GUG face each other starting at seven at night.

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