He goes for what he didn’t get – DiarioSports

He goes for what he didn’t get – DiarioSports

San Isidro appears in Salta tonight and has the chance to become the holder of the best historical streak of the Halcones in the second division. He has six in a row and is looking for a seventh.

After last Thursday’s victory in “Nido”, the red delegation rushed to the north of the country to start the tour, which will include three matches.

The first of them will be tonight against Salta Basket from 9:30 pm at Delmy Sports Center. For the Red Halcones, who have racked up six straight wins, another victory could become a historic match. Never, no Santo campus has reached this number in the fifteen seasons played in the Second Division.

But beyond the staggering stats, Daniel Beltramo and his team know that staying among the top spots in the Northern Conference is the goal.


Skip basketball: Nicholas Zurchmitten, Agustin Carnovalle, Federico de Miguel, Yasmane Fondora Arrichavaleta, Facundo Arias Penda, Juan Cruz Germano, Luis Quiroga, Christian Cardo, Gonzalo Alonso and Gonzalo Guevara. DT: Jose Luis Pisani.

San Isidro: Santiago Bruno, Santiago Assum, Milton Vitar, Jose Monteiro, Juan Cruz Oberto, Emilio Stacci, Jeronimo Soni, Ignacio Cuesta, Federico Zizolar, Valentino Salomoni, Vicente Acquadro, Jeremias Diotto. DT: Daniel Beltramo.

the reviewer: Fernando Sampetro, Carlos Montoya and Ariel Makdessi.

authorized: Roman Guantai

Stadium: Demi Sports Center

hour: 21:30

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