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Supia Girls’ Middle School, the strongest team in the girls’ middle school division, used their offensive power to put Onyang Girls’ Middle School out of their way.
Gwangju’s strong gold medal favourites Supia Girls’ Middle School overcame a fourth-quarter surge by Chungnam’s Onyang Girls’ Middle School to win 53-46 on the first day of the girls’ preliminary round of the 53rd National Youth Sports Games at the Ulsan University of Science and Technology Gymnasium in Ulsan on Saturday.
The trio of Lim Se-woon (170cm, F), Lim Yeon-seo (170cm, G) and Kim Dam-hee (175cm, F) all scored in double figures for Supia, which proved to be the decisive factor.토토사이트
Onyang Girls’ Middle School tried their best to avenge their semi-final defeat at the Federation Presidential Games, but were unable to overcome the early deficit.
In the second game of the girls’ U16 tournament, Cheongju Girls’ High School, representing Chungcheongbuk-do, won 73-54 over Jeonju Ki Jeonjoong, representing Jeonbuk, thanks to an even performance that saw four of the five starters score in double figures.
Kijeonjoong fought back from an early deficit, but could not overcome the limits of their physical strength as the game wore on and collapsed.
In the final match, Masan Girls’ Middle School from Gyeongnam dominated Wolpyeong Middle School from Daejeon 94-35.
Earlier in the women’s U13 category, Busan’s Daesangcho eased past Gyeongnam’s Sanhocho 36-20, while Chungnam’s Onyangcho beat Chungbuk’s Sajikcho 33-24.
Gwangju’s Banglim Basketball Club, which operated as an elite team until last season, ended the day with a 33-18 victory over Daegu’s Wolbae Choe, which still has an incomplete team composition.