REC BASKETBALL: Free Agents stall Shoot It comeback

 

The Free Agents turned back a furious comeback bid by Shoot
It
&
amp; Boot It on Wednesday to earn a 66-61 Men’s DD Basketball
League win in the second-half opener of the Gilroy Community
Services Department program at Solorsano Gymnasium.
The Free Agents turned back a furious comeback bid by Shoot It & Boot It on Wednesday to earn a 66-61 Men’s DD Basketball League win in the second-half opener of the Gilroy Community Services Department program at Solorsano Gymnasium.

Ramon Bassi threw in 26 points and Edgar Velazquez netted 22 as the Free Agents established a 22-point lead. Lamont Chappell, the Shoot It high scorer with 22 points, and Ron Colman ignited the rally that left Shoot it down one point with 25 seconds to play.

Mark Taylan popped in three three-point field goals on the way to 17 points as Silicon Valley Retirement Group edged the Warriors 51-48.

David Schindler worked inside for 16 points and Darwin Collins slashed to 13 points for the winners. Mike Vanni posted 19 points, Adolfo Tellez 10 for the Warriors.

Robert Rodriguez produced 13 points as the Stray Dawgs held off IKON Office Solutions 39-35 in the tripleheader opener. Donny Gooding scored eight of his 11 points in the first half as the Dawgs built a 26-14 lead. Chris Biotetto carried the IKON surge with 10 points.

Morgan Hill Garage Door, the first-half DD League champion, opened the second half in the D League with a 70-69 upset of Jiffy Lube at Solorsano Gym Monday.

Alexis Rivas powered to 34 points to help the Door offense. Jesse Mejia followed with 13 points, Danny Rodriguez 10 for the winners.

Eric Davis poured in 24 points and Gene Cotter struck for 22 for Jiffy Lube. Nick Colman fired in a season-high 17 points for Jiffy Lube. Morgan Hill Garage Door trailed 39-34 at the half.

Josh Bleem scored 26 points to help Hard Ninety past the Sonics 55-46.

Frank Tomasetti came up with 12 points, Destry Jones 10 for the first-half D titlist. Robert Mercado scored 15 points, Lorenzo Dobson eight for the Sonics.

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