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Fort St. John Mens BasketballSpring 2016 League - Week 2 Results
†Posted on: Mar 03/2016 @ 3:42 pm

G1 saw an undermanned Red team (1-1) get soundly beaten by the young Blue team (1-1) by a final score of 85-57. Red was led their big man Jon Zaleski who scored 19 points and supported by the dynamic driver Darell Castro with 18 points, but the shortened bench had them on their heels all night. Blue got scoring from all players and leading the charge was Jake Hyrcha who dropped 24 points (most of that in the first half).

G2 was filled with three-point shooters and the shots were soaring from beyond the arc right from the opening whistle. Team Black (2-0) took an early lead and never let go on the strength of Dan Pennerís four 3s (and 25 points), while Team White saw Josh Ward pound in six 3s (28 points total). White tried to battle back from an 11-point half time deficit, but ended up on the losing end of a 73-59 score.


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