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Mutoro and Ochieng steer Ulinzi to merited win - Jun 1, 2017

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Former champions Ulinzi Warriors maintained their unbeaten run in the Kenya Basketball Federation men's Premier League with double wins over the weekend. Erick Mutoro scored 27 points and William Ochieng (200-F-85) added 25 as the soldiers dismissed Zetech University 76-63 on Sunday. Ulinzi had to fight hard in the second half to win as the students forced a 36-36 tie at halftime. The soldiers won first quarter 19-15 and Zetech the second 21-17. The, third quarter was tied 21-21 and it took the magic of a 19-6 win in the fourth quarter for Ulinzi to claim victory. Faheem Juma scored 14 points for Zetech with Wycliffe Olanya and Benjamin Oneya adding 13 each.
On Saturday, Ulinzi beat Trailblazers 69-40 after leading 34-23 at halftime. Trailblazers won the first quarter 14-12 but Ulinzi took the second 22-9, the third 22-8 and the fourth 13-9. Mutoro scored 12 points for Ulinzi and Alex Onguso scored 21 for Trailblazers.
Co-operative Bank kept up the chase on Ulinzi with a 77-68 win over Strathmore University Blades in overtime.
The match was tied 64-all in regulation time with the bankers winning 13-4 in overtime. Blades led 36-28 at halftime with a 20-10 win in the second quarter. Co-op Bank won the first quarter 18-16. The bankers took a three-point lead with a 21-8 win in the third quarter but Blades leveled after winning 20-15 in the fourth. Titus Musembi (170-PG-85) scored a game high 26 points for Co-op Bank as Joseph Ongoro scored 19 for Blades.
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