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Falcons Grab Early Lead - Aug 18, 2016


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Trelawny-based Muschett Falcons will look to close out their best-of-three semi final series against Cornwall Court Chargers when they lock horns in game two of the Tropical Blue Natural Spring Water Men's Championships Basketball League to be played tomorrow, Saturday, July 30, at the Montego Bay Cricket Club beginning at 6 p.m. Falcons hold a 1-0 lead in the series after winning the opener 52-47 on Tuesday night, and will be seeking to wrap up a 2-0 series sweep in what is expected to be a tense battle to the finish with the Chargers expected to come out all-guns-blazing as they bid to level the series and keep alive their hopes of a berth in the final. In a clash which got underway more than an hour late due to rain in the Second City, both teams were tentative at the outset on a slippery, wet court. The Chargers did the early running and won the first quarter 10-9 before charging Falcons, led by a two quick three points with 5:24 remaining on the clock, rallied to level the scores at 23-23 heading into the halftime break. With the Chargers asleep on the attacking end, Falcons rose for 17 points, while limiting their opponents to a mere 8, opening up a 17 point advantage, closing the quarter with a 48-31 lead. Despite out shooting their opponent in the final 12 minutes, the Chargers slipped to the defeat and fell 1-0 down in the series. The win was the sixth in a row for the Falcons who charged their way into the playoffs with an unbeaten run in their final series of rescheduled preliminary round matches.
Michael Schloss, who was slow from the scoring line, led the way for the confident-looking Falcons, dropping a game-high 28 points while grabbing 12 rebounds and had five steals. He was assisted by Jermaine Allwood who scored 8 points and hauled down nine rebounds. With their running game all but mulled and their presence in the paint nonexistent, Franz Clennon with a double, double 19 points and 13 rebounds and Omar Biggs 9 points, 4 steals and 5 rebounds were the chief contributors in the Chargers' losing effort. In the meantime, game two in the second semi-final series between the UWI-JayHawks and Inner-City Avalanche is set for Sunday at the same venue starting at 6 p.m.
Courtesy of: wbajamaica.com  




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St. John's Edge lands Ryan Reid - 8 days ago
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