Mobil posted the biggest win in last week’s competitions after ruling the Emon Lodge No. 179 Brotherhood Basketball League 2013/Docomo Pacific Cup at the Gilbert C. Ada Gymnasium.
Mobil defeated Mariana Resort in the finals, 94-85, to notch its third straight championship in the league.
Also keeping their winning ways were the CNMI Junior Tennis Team, which bagged one gold medal and five silvers in the doubles event of the 2013 Pacific Oceania Junior Championships and one more gold in the 2013 ITF Oceania Plate. The pair of Carol Lee and Tania Tan won in the doubles of the POJC, while Amami Sakano took the singles crown in the Oceania Plate. Other members of the squad were Mikayla Lopez, Thea Minor, Tommy Choi, Jake Lee, Moris Villanueva, Tammy Ackerman, Negahr Rastguiy, Michael Ren, and Robbie Schorr.
In other events, the Philippine Bowling Association recognized top individuals and teams for the 2012-2013 season during an awards ceremony at the Saipan Bowling Center, while on-going leagues on Saipan continued last week.
PBA awarded trophies and cash prizes to PIN.net, One Shot, and D’Unknown, the Top 3 finishes in the association’s Saturday Night Bowling League. PBA also handed awards to winners in the classified tournament and to PBA Bowler of the Year Rust Musca.
In basketball, DL Corp. caging stared its playoff round with RadioCom and Adobo getting the first two semis berth and four more teams (Maplas, Mawati, Fong’s Fliptop, and Sister Market) battling for the last two Final Four seats.
Still in basketball the Rotary league continued with its U19 and U15 games. The S.J. Ol’Aces remained on top of the U19 division with its 3-0 record, while KFC and DYS were tied (2-0 marks) pending results of last Saturday’s matches.
In badminton, the 2013 Shirley’s Badminton Classic, preliminary games were played with the favored players likely to make to the playoffs.
In baseball, the 2nd Annual Triple A Youth Baseball League resumed last Friday at the Francisco “Tan Ko” Palacios Ballfield with the Giants and the Braves posting separate wins.