NS Santoors Crabbers Scored 90-85 to score their fourth consecutive win this Monday night Athletics of San German Archlio Torres at a match held at the Ramirez Coliseum.
Both quintet showed their strength from the start, with Cangrejeros relying almost entirely on Gaines, who scored 14 of the team’s 17 points in the first set. San Germain showed the weapons to which it is accustomed to us air bridges between Tjader Fernández and Alade Aminu, along with the entry of Paris Bass, who played with Santurus’ advantage by one point (43–42) in the end. kept closed. Of the first half.
Gaines bounced back with 11 points in the third quarter and delivered a push that took the Congrejeros to 73–59, with just one minute left in that period.
In the fourth quarter, the Athletics responded with Aminu, Bass and Gabby Bellardo, bringing the score to a point close to 80–79, with 1:20 left. This was followed by five straight points from Gaines, who remained unbeaten throughout the game, sealing a 90–85 victory for Cangrejeros, who have won four straight games since Larry Ayuso took over as manager.
The best for the Santuras was Gaines with 37 points, including six triples and five rebounds. He was followed by Thomas Robinson with 15 points and 12 rebounds. Aminu was the best for athletics with 22 points and eight rebounds.
There will be two games on the calendar tomorrow when the Ponce Lions visit the Quebradillas Pirates at the Raymond Dalmau Coliseum at 8:00 p.m. The match will be broadcast on Teleisla. For their part, the Guanabo Mets will visit the Carolina Giants, in a game that will also begin at 8:00 p.m.