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The Colts played the Eagles and the Guardians clashed with the Kobras in the first-division leg of the Rainforest Water/Malta Supreme/Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association (GABA) tournament on Wednesday at the Burnham Hard Court in Georgetown.Part of the ongoing action in the GABA LeagueIn the first match of the night, the Colts scraped a 75-74 win against the Eagles. The Colts started off the first period in a deficit as the Eagles led them 17-5; however, they managed to bounce back in the second and third periods leading 21-12 and 23-17 respectively. But even though the Eagles won the last round 17-20, all credit was given to the excellent play of the Colts Captain Shaine Webster, who scored 16 points and was ably supported by Evans Johnson (13) and Jonathan Mangra (13). Scoring for the Eagles was Travis Belgrave with 23 points, but even with support from Michael Richards (13) and Captain Louis James (11), they still weren’t able to overcome the Colts.In the second match, the Kobras struck early to defeat the in-form Guardians 74-67. It was all thanks to their commanding lead in the first period (18-9) that gave them the match as the Guardians returned in the second period to level the score 19-19. The Guardians then won the third round 20-19, but it still wasn’t enough for them to make it over the line. For the Guardians, it was once again Mr Consistent, Nikkolai Smith, who scored 25 points in a losing effort. He was supported by Trenton Woolford (14) and Marlon Chesney (10). The Colts played as a unit converting every pass and making the best of the opportunities and that was reflected in the scoresheet with Captain Carlos Edwards pulling 17; Garfield Greenville 17; and Jermaine Slater 13.The matches will continue on Saturday with the Pacesetters taking on the Eagles in the first and second divisions.
The Broncos (4-8-2, 3-4-2) took the lead on a goal by junior Chiharu Uchimura. That lead held up until the Toros’ Corrie Hirokawa scored her fourth goal of the season. The winner came from Katie Roche who capitalized off a pass from Rachele McDonald. Broncos goalkeeper Vanessa Richardson recorded 10 saves. CAL POLY POMONA MEN’S SOCCER Dominguez Hills blew open a close game with four second-half goals and went on to a 5-0 win over the Broncos. The win by the Toros avenges a 1-0 loss to the Broncos last month. Goalkeeper Tim Sisk posted four saves in the rematch. The Toros had an 18-12 edge in shots. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Cal State Dominguez Hills scored the game-tying goal with 1:09 left in regulation and managed the game winner with 1:25 left in double overtime in beating Cal Poly Pomona 2-1 Tuesday in California Collegiate Athletic Association women’s soccer in Carson. Dominguez Hills (9-4-1, 4-3-1) outshot the Broncos 29-7 overall and 20-3 in the second half.