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November 7, 2013

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High Street Market showed great teamwork and took an overtime win over LJ Construction. High Street Market was up 12 points with 1:54 left, but Elias Sanchez hit five three-pointers to tie the game. High Street Market scored 15 points in the three-minute overtime period while LJ Construction scored just two points. Mitch Rudis played another great game, scoring a team high 23 points for High Street Market. The final score was 72-59.

Early Contractors put an end to T-Stop Barbershop’s undefeated record. Brandon Suero played well, scoring a team-high 15 points for Early Contractors. Hassan Cathey showec great passing skills for Early Contractors and also scored 14 points. Evan Curtios showed great rebounding ability for T-Stop Barbershop, scoring 25 points. Early Contractors won 55-50.

Game Five

LJ Construction beat Tony’s Pizza in an overtime showdown. LJ Construction was down by three points with 16 seconds left in the second half when Hector Vasquez hit a three-pointer to tie the score and take the game into overtime. Elias Sanchez scored a total of 28 points, with six points in the overtime period for LJ Construction. Eddie Cardona scored 24 points and Piero scored 22 points for Tony’s Pizza, which suffered its fifth consecutive lost. The final score was 81-77.

High Street Market took the first place bracket with a victory over T-Stop Barbershop. Mitch Rudis and Marcus Downer both scored 16 points for High Street Market in the showdown. Navin Cruz played a witty game for T-Stop Barbershop, scoring 19 points. T-Stop Barbershop was undefeated, and now they suffered their second consecutive loss. High Street Market won 71-63.

Eduardo Gonzalez demonstrated great defense with nine blocks in the win for Loyalty Barbershop. Kyle Rocker put on a show, hitting five three-pointers for Loyalty Barbershop. Scott Tavares also scored 15 points for Loyalty Barbershop, and showed great ball control. Hassan Cathey scored a team-high 22 points for Early Contractors, but it wasn’t enough to take the win. The final score was 64-57.

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