Fighting Hard to gain newer heights.

Fighting Hard to gain newer heights.

After the win over Papua New Guinea yesterday, Guam was entering the game with new goals in sight, this is Guam's first appearance at the tournament and they were out to make a big impression.

Both teams started the first quarter basket-to-basket and allowing for very few mistakes.

However with the power plays of Guam's #s 4 Shintaro Okado and #10 Vince Estella four 3-point shots, the game started to explode into action by winning 80 to 68.

Great defense by # 9 Stephane Saminadin, for New Caledonia gave for interesting viewing, he never gave up the chase to support his fellow teammates


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