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Week 5 Updates

Division 2/3

Blue Raptors beat Green Monsters behind Ryan Tang’s game-high 12 points Week 5 The Blue Raptors cruised offensively in today's game thanks to Ryan Tang’s 12-point, 5-rebound performance, leading his team to a 35-11 victory against the Green Monsters. Neal O’Bryant contributed heavily on the boards with a game-high seven rebounds to go along with six points. Vincent Hsueh chipped in with seven points of his own for the Blue Raptors. The Green Monsters couldn't find a shot this game, scoring just 11 points. Nathan He had a team-high six points and three boards while Zander Cheng finished the game with five points. The Blue Raptors take on the Lightning next Sunday while the Green Monsters take on the undefeated Bombers.

Bombers defeat Hot Cheetos 33-0 Week 5 Caden Li scored 11 points and grabbed eight rebounds as the Bombers defeated the Hot Cheetos 33-0 and improved to 5-0 on the season. Max Dang scored six points and secured seven boards. Connor Kung and Jimmy Yang both finished with five points, respectively, for the Bombers. Hannah Lin’s Hot Cheetos had a rough outing today as they were unable to get going offensively. Jonathan Lin finished the game with a team-high eight rebounds. The Bombers take on the Green Monsters next Sunday while the Hot Cheetos face the Troublemakers.

Lake Show take down Troublemakers 22-11, Jasper Lai leads the way with game-high seven points Week 5 Jasper Lai scored seven points while his teammate, Cedric Chan, grabbed a game-high 10 rebounds, leading the Lake Show to a dominating 22-11 victory over the Troublemakers. Ethan Yu was the next man up with five points for the Lake Show while Declan Snipes scored four. The Troublemakers struggled offensively in today's game. Cooper Ranchez led his team with three points while Oliver Ng grabbed four rebounds to go along with a bucket in the second quarter. The Lake Show takes on the Mini Mambas next Sunday while the Troublemakers take on the Hot Cheetos.

Mini Mambas’ Mendez goes berzerk, scores 36 in stomping against Lightning Week 5 Maximus Mendez scored 22 of his 36 points in the third quarter alone as he carried the Mini Mambas to a dominant 55-32 win over the Lightning. Wyatt Yau played sidekick to Mendez this game, tallying 14 points to go along with 12 boards, finishing the game with a double-double. Mason Voong had a solid outing for the Lightning, finishing with 20 points to go along with seven rebounds and two assists. Austin Chung and Preston Gittleman both finished with four points, respectively. The Mini Mambas face the Lake Show next Sunday while the Lightning take on the Blue Raptors.

Division 4/5

Hoop Force defeat Wildcats 43-21 behind Ethan Zhou’s double-double Week 5 Ethan Zhou scored 12 points to go along with 17 rebounds, leading Hoop Force to a 43-21 victory against the Wildcats. Jordan Mak, Carter Tillman, and Liam Voong finished the game with seven points apiece, respectively. Voong also recorded a monstrous 13 boards. Liam Fong led the Wildcats in scoring with eight points and grabbed seven boards. Jeremy Wang chipped in with three points and four rebounds. Up next, Hoop Force take on the Orcas next Sunday while the Wildcats face the Yetis in what should be an exciting matchup.

Lights Out escape with narrow victory against Raptors 36-33 Week 5 Christian Chan scored 13 points while Noah Easton added 12 points and two boards to lead Lights Out to a tight win against the Raptors 36-33. Jacob Tongson chipped in with five points for Lights Out. Kenrich Vuong led the way for the Raptors with 21 points and seven rebounds. Sean Wang and Russell Chu both finished with four points apiece. Up next, Lights Out take on the Mamba Max next Sunday while the Raptors face the Heat.

Lions’ Fohrer scores 26 points, beat Orcas 59-20 Week 5 Grant Fohrer scored a game-high 26 points to go along with three rebounds, leading the Lions to a dominant win over the struggling Orcas 59-20. Dylan Li added 14 points to go along with four assists while William Wei chipped in with eight points and five boards. The Orcas saw only two players scratch in the scoring column. Graison Wu had 14 of the team’s 20 points while Emmit Yau finished with six points and five boards. Looking to next Sunday, the Lions face the Aces while the Orcas look to take on Hoop Force.

Mamba Max survive Aces 26-19, Hsia scores 14 Week 5 Connor Hsia scored eight of his 14 points in the third quarter as he led the Mamba Max to a win over the Aces 26-19. Mason Quan and Ari Chou finished the game with four points apiece for the Mamba Max. Jason Quan led the offensive charge for the Aces, scoring six points and grabbing three boards. Julianne Lee finished with a game-high four assists, keeping the team close throughout the game. The Mamba Max face Lights Out next Sunday while the Aces look to take on the Lions.

Yetis’ Rana scores 30 of team's 39 points in win over Heat 39-24 Week 5 Paul Rana scored 30 points to go along with a monstrous 17 boards and two assists as the Yetis defeated the Heat 39-24. Nicholas Wang finished with a game-high four assists while Jacob Li scored six for the Yetis. The Heat were led by Aiden Li’s 15 points to go along with four boards and an assist. Justin Lam scored five points while Liam Vong chipped in with four points of his own. Next Sunday, the Yetis take on the Wildcats while the Heat look to face the Raptors.

Division 6/7

Bruins now 5-0 on season with win against Black Widow 30-21 Week 5 In a fight to the finish, the Bruins came out on top with a 30-21 victory against the previously undefeated Black Widow, who now fall to 4-1 on the season. Daniel Bai led the way for the Bruins with 15 points and 12 rebounds. Ethan Tom added six points to go along with four assists and five boards while Samuel Bai chipped in with four points and five rebounds. Matthew Phan scored 13 points for the Bruins and secured six boards. Logan Blythe dominated in his previous few outings but was contained this game, going scoreless but managed to grab 11 boards. The Bruins take on Give No Quarter next Sunday while Black Widow looks to bounce back against the Thunder Dragons.

Give No Quarter demolish Eagles 50-13 Week 5 Give No Quarter dominated throughout the game and never looked back, winning 50-13 behind an all-around group effort, starting with Lorenzo Loscano’s 11 points. Xavier Miller scored eight points to go along with two assists. Mason Lee dished out four dimes and scored six points to go along with 5 boards. The Eagles struggled to find their offensive prowess. Quentin Kurniawan scored six points while Jason Ramaya added four points to go along with two boards. GNQ take on the Bruins next Sunday while the Eagles face Cream City.

Thunder Dragons outlast Cream City 48-40 behind Xu’s 21 points, 17 rebounds Week 5 Chalmers Xu scored 21 points to go along with a dominant 17 boards to bring the Thunder Dragons over the top against Cream City 48-40. Blake Newman had an all-around game with 19 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists. Cream City were led by Sydney Lee’s 18 points. Aidan Wu scored 11 and grabbed five boards. Deven Ngan chipped in with nine points and three assists. Looking to next Sunday, the Thunder Dragons take on Black Widow while Cream City is set to face off against the Eagles.

Division 8/9/10

Black Mambas’ perfect season continues with win over West Coast Ballers 43-35 Week 5 Charlie Liu scored 17 points and grabbed 10 boards to go along with two assists as he led the Black Mambas to a win over the West Coast Ballers 43-35. Tyler Tran added nine points for the Mambas while Maxwell Weng chipped in with four points and six boards. Timothy Kwan scored 11 points for the WCB while Nolan Soriano added seven points and three rebounds. Jayden Zhang went scoreless but managed to secure five rebounds and dished out two assists. Up next, the Black Mambas take on the Tigers while the West Coast Ballers face off against the Wolves.

Tigers thrash Wolves 61-35 behind Aiden Pun’s 13 points, 9 assists Week 5 Aiden Pun scored 13 points and dished out a game-high nine assists to lead the Tigers to a dominant 61-35 win against the Wolves. Marcello Trieu chipped in with 15 points, three assists, and two boards for the Tigers while Jonathan Guerrero added 12 points. Dylan Vasquez scored 19 for the Wolves and grabbed four rebounds. Iccauhtli Kinley scored nine to go along with three boards and an assist. Up next, the Tigers take on the surging and undefeated Black Mambas while the Wolves face off against the West Coast Ballers.

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