Cheongsol Middle School, Bongui Middle School come-from-behind victory…Suwon Jeil Middle School advances to the semifinals

Cheongsol Middle School and Suwon Jeil Middle School won the ticket to advance to the semi-finals.

Cheongsol Middle School won 59-44 in the women’s middle division finals of the 48th Association Long National Men’s and Women’s Middle and High School Basketball Glory Tournament against Bongui Middle School held at Yeonggwang Sportium Auxiliary Gymnasium on the 10th. Cheongsoljung advanced to the semifinals.

Yoon Ga-on (19 points, 13 rebounds, 4 assists) and Jang Seo-yoon (13 points, 11 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals) played a big role with a double double, and Song Ye-in (11 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists) also did her part.

Cheongsoljung gave 10 points only to Seonha Lee during Bonguijung in the first quarter and lost the initiative. In the second half of the second quarter, Jang Seo-yoon put in a mid-range shot and an under-the-goal shot to create a foothold for the chase, and Yoon Ga-on made a 27-25 comeback with a cool breakthrough. In the third quarter, Chungsoljung focused on 20 points, but tied Bonguijung with 5 points and approached the victory early. Bong Eui-jung finished the tournament with only Lee Seon-ha (18 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals) scoring double digits and advancing to the finals.

In the female middle school final match between Yeonam Middle School and Suwon First Middle School held at Beopseong High School Gymnasium, Suwon First Middle School won 71-36.

Jo Yeon-hoo (29 points, 9 rebounds) showed off his scoring ability by scoring 16 points in the second quarter alone, and Woo Young-ki (19 points, 21 rebounds) played an active role in both offense and defense. On the other hand, in Yeonam Middle School, Hong Seong-ye (13 points, 12 rebounds, 3 steals) struggled hard with a double-double, but the support of the rest was disappointing. 스포츠토토

Suwon Jeil Middle School gave 8 points to Hong Seong-seong and Hong Seong-ye of Yeonam Middle School in the first quarter, but Woo Young-ki alone scored 7 points, and Jo Yeon-hoo and Cho Ga-yul provided enough support. Suwon Jeil Middle School, which took the initiative 17-11, increased their momentum in the second quarter. After supporting Yeon, he scored 16 points alone, and Ye-rim Jeong added strength with a 3-point shot. Suwon Jeil Middle School, which tied Yeonam Middle School’s scores in the 3rd and 4th quarters, secured a ticket to the semifinals.


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