MOCHA- Don Bosco added four players with double digits and defeated San Sebastián 98 x 94 at the start of the final series, from the 28th edition of the Baloncesto Superior de Espaillat (BSE), dedicated to Health Minister Daniel Rivera.
Two free throws scored by Jason Valdez with only 8 tenths to finish the match were the knockout kick to start the BSE de Moca Final with the right foot, which was endorsed by the Dominican Basketball Association (FEDOMBAL).
North American Timmy Bond, with a team of three, approached San Sebastian 95 x 94 by one point with 15.3 seconds to finish before the red fans cheered, at the start of the final series, of the tournament organized by the Espaillat Basketball Association (ASOBAE) and the organizing committee.
In the next possession, Don Bosco point guard Micael Urina was fouled with 13 seconds to finish the match, scored a shot and put the score at 96 x 94. San Sebastian had a tie, but Timmy Bond, in his breakthrough, was unable to complete a layup against Tony’s defense Michelle, thus achieving victory in the roof of Dr. Robert Lulu Getty.
For the yellow team he was the best in attack; Oliver Liriano, 26 points, 11 rebounds, Jason Valdez 21, Tony Michel 17 points, 17 rebounds, Mikael Yurina 10 points.
On the side of the Red Empire. Nargenes Ulloa 24 points, Timmy Bond 22 points and 10 rebounds, Elizaul Muñoz 16 points, new rookie Shane Henry 16 points and Kevin Nunez 13 points.
The tournament continues on Friday, October 21, with the start of the second match of the final series at 8:00 pm. San Sebastian seeks to tie the final series against Don Bosco.