The Boys & Girls Club basketball and floor hockey leagues recently had intense games, as teams jockey for position in the standings.
Here are the latest game results:
MAJOR LEAGUE FLOOR HOCKEY, WEEK 5
Dawns Here was looking to remain undefeated in this battle with Dempsey Insurance.
Scoring goal after goal, Dawns Here had four players with two or more goals, Dawns Here took an 11-1 victory and maintains its perfect record.
Forfeit, as Maria's Restaurant did not have enough players to face Don Wilson.
GAME 3 Prime Time Sports vs. Servpro was a highly competitive game that ended in a shootout.
Both teams played aggressively, with Brody Winchell of Servpro leading his team with 2 goals and Xandel Moreta of Prime Time scoring 2 goals as well. The entire game was close, going into overtime and then a shootout. Jaylin Pierre of Prime Time Sports scored the winning goal, giving his team a 7-6 victory.
MINOR LEAGUE FLOOR HOCKEY
The first-place team, Fantini Bakery, faced the last place team, Don Wilson.
Elijah Abarca of Don Wilson scored all of his team's 5 goals. Ivan Oviedo of Fantini scored 3 goals, but Fantini ended up falling short. Don Wilson won 5-4.
TJS Metals vs. Choice Fitness was a great defensive game, with both teams scoring only one goal each until the final period, when TJS Metals stepped up its offense and scored two goals to take a 3-1 victory.
MAJOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL
Krispy Clean Kicks entered into a battle with Humble Truth.
With Humble Truth’s star, Jeremiah Lugo, arriving late for the game, Krispy Clean Kicks had an advantage, but Humble Truth stood strong and kept the score close, until Lugo's arrival. The game was then transformed to Humble Truth flowing in transition and easily gaining a big lead. Krispy Clean did not give up, with Alejandro Delgado scoring 36 points to keep his team in the game, but it wasn't enough as Humble Truth went on to win 66-60.
T-Stop had just one loss from a forfeit and was still the team to beat.
Early Contractors started the game with aggressive play, but the well-coached T-Stop team exhibited a great passing attack, making it hard for Early contractors to keep up. Julius Urbaez and Yasiel Torres of Early Contractors had 12 points each, but it wasn’t enough to match the well-rounded T-Stop team, which won, 44-30.
Choice Fitness has been annihilating teams, but that wasn’t the case in this battle with Upscale Cutz because Choice Fitness did not have its top scorers.
Nathaniel Vigo (21 points) and his brother, Lemuel Vigo (10 points), both of Choice Fitness, tried their best, but it wasn’t enough. Upscale Cutz’s Jaiden Cruz had 15 points, Xavier Fortin had 17 and Jadiel Gomez had 13 points as Upscale won 57-48.
MINOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL
Rook’s Barbershop vs. Fantini Bakery was an intense match.
It was a close game early, until Rook’s Barbershop got into a groove with Elis Padres scoring 14 points and Jeremiah Correa scoring 15. Fantini fought to the end, but could not gain the lead. Rook’s Barbershop earned the 44-34 victory.
The last-place team, Rice & Broulliard Electric, battled the undefeated Shoe City Hardware.
At first, this game was looking like it was going to be an upset, until Shoe City turned things around and upped its tempo, getting fast break after fast break to help keep its winning streak intact. Shoe City won 37-23.
This game between Early Contractors and Harold Maya Construction went down to the last seconds.
With HMC gaining the lead mid-game, it seemed Early Contractors didn’t have a chance, until making a comeback with help from Alejandro Iraheta’s 22 points and four three-pointers. But it wasn't enough as HMC won 48-40.