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February 21, 2013

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Minor League Basketball, Week 9

Shoe City Hardware took the victory over The Common 1854. Joshua Santacruz scored a season- and team-high 19 points. Carlos Rivera demonstrated great ball handling, scoring 13 points for Shoe City Hardware. The Common 1854 struggled in the first half with only eight points, but never lost its positive attitude. Shoe City has a 6-3 record, and The Common 1854 has a 3-6 record.

Fireside Restaurant & Pub took the win over Jacqueline’s Grocery Store by one point. Phillip Cunningham and Joe Maniscalco stepped up offensively for Fireside Restaurant & Pub, both scoring 14 points. Cristian Ovalles scored 22 points for Jacqueline’s Grocery Store. Fireside Restaurant & Pub has a 6-3 record, and Jacqueline’s Grocery Story has a 5-4 record.

Early Contractors beat Richdale Convenience Store by two points. Tyresse Gutierrez scored 11 points for Early Contractors, and showed great sportsmanship. Julio Jubert scored 17 points for Richdale Convenience store, but it wasn’t enough. Richdale Convenience Store continued its losing streak, and Early Contractors was left with a 6-3 record.

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