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 1. Warriors 8-0 
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 3. Peachwave 6-2 
 4. Celltronics 5-3 
 5. Charterland 4-4 
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 10. Western Union 1-7 


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Charterland Win 3rd Second Division Title - Aug 14, 2014


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Smoothie king made some adjustments trying to shut down three point bomber Jeremy Strickland who led the team with 24 points in game two including five 3 pointers, and Will Koutney who have been dominating the post game. Charterland had 22 offensive rebounds in their game 2 win. The game took on a fast and furious pace, with neither team willing to let the other get too far ahead. Smoothie King became the aggressors on the offensive boards; grabbing 22 boards on offense and forcing 18 Charterland turnovers. But Charterland countered, grabbing 15 offensive rebounds (33% of those belonged to Koutney) and forcing 21 Smoothie King Turnovers. Charterland was up by two in the dying seconds of regular time and with Azul, Smoothie King's main point guard fouled out of the game, things looked bleak. But Andrew Diaz took a smoothie King on his shoulders and found his teammate Jacaban who hit a pressure jump shot to tie the game and send it into overtime. Smoothie king went into the overtime with the momentum and found themselves up by 3 points with less than 20 seconds to go; but Ryne Staback would not let Charterland go down as he pulled up from 2 feet behind the 3 point line with a hand in his face to bury the 3 and send the game into double overtime. After that it was all Staback, Lebeau and Koutney who would pour in the final points to put Charterland ahead for good and seize their 3rd title of the Division 2 league.
Courtesy of: Cayman Islands Basketball Association   




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