GBDL Week 7 review

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GBDL Week 7 review

Another four game stanza from the GDBL this weekend saw the Kilimanjaros and the Pyrenees teams play the double bill.  The Kilimanjaros managed two wins, defeating the Himalayas 44-12 and being led by Ava Chenard, who won their player of the game award.  She was matched by the Himalayas; Hayden king, who used spacing to good affect and won the Player of the game award for his team.

In the Kilimanjaros second game, Avery Kaczynski, the Matterhorns POG, was unable to spark her team to victory as they fell to defeat 50-34.  The blue clad Kilimanjaros were led by Shelby Bitz, who was dominat at both ends on the glass.

A strong second quarter from Waylan Watson helped lead the Pyrenees over Olympus in a nail biter 41-37.  Ayden Holder did his best for Olympus but was unable to stem the tide.  Both players earned POG awards for their respective teams in those games.

In their second game, the Pyrenees were able to overcome fatigue and defeated the Andes 53-27.  Eliza Anan's ball handling ability garnered her the player of the game award while strong defence from the Andes' Maison Dooley helped him win his team's POG award for the week.

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