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Wazee, Natives and Andaki record big wins - Aug 1, 2016


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The Kisumu County Basketball League continued this past weekend with Wazee recovering from last week's shock lose to Pacho 360 Hoops to narrowly edge out Jalils 49-48 in a very entertaining encounter. Wazee made their intentions clear when they took the first quarter 11-5. Jalils came back into the second quarter more determined and took it 15-8. Wazee however won the third and fourth quarters 16-15 and 14-13 respectively. Evans Leting led all scorers with 22 points while Victor Odendo (189-G/F-80) added 15 points for Wazee. Manji Miller scored 14 points for Jalils. Natives continued with their good run winning all their weekends games to maintain the lead at the top of the log. They beat Suns 36-32 in a closely contested affair on Saturday and later on Sunday saw off Mbale Saints 79-35 to go on a 12-1 run. Suns recovered on their second game beat Baptist 45-34 with John Wijass sinking in 19 points for Suns. Andaki moved to second on the log thanks to 43-39 and 64-38 back to back wins against Pacho 360 Hoops and Mbale Saints respectively.
In another game Jeffery Jalils picked themselves up following the loss to Wazee to win 64-38 win against Baptist. Jeffery Obuya led Jalils with 20 points while Gabriel Ogago had 19 points for Baptist.
Courtesy of: basketball.254.com   




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