Lady Rollers earn lopsided win

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The Lady Rollers hammered Rollers White, 43-21, to coast to victory during their match of the 2021 NMI RBA Spring Madness league last Friday at the Koblerville Gymnasium.

The Lady Rollers took an easy win over Rollers White in the U14 and U17 co-ed caging last Friday. Shanesse Aldan led the way with 18 points with help from Kaia Travilla and Marianne Cayetano adding 6 points each. Fiona Bucalig also added 5 points, while Stephanie put up 4. Kyna and Tasi Ramon each scored 2 apiece.

The Lady Rollers held a big lead from the start making 13 of its points in the first half of the match. Aldan made 10 of her points in the second half to secure the win for her team.

Rollers White’s Onick Ragbonshe carried the team with his 8 points with help from Kyrell who added 5 points.

U11
Rollers White 24, Rollers Black 22

Rollers Black edged Rollers white in their matchup last Sunday. Dave Apatang Jr. led the way with 9 points with help from Payton Pagelinan who contributed 7 points.

U14
Rollers Black 52, O’laces 26

Rollers Black also won their match against Ol’Aces. Rollers Black’s Lance Lerio and Christian Lucero carried the team to victory with 14 points apiece with help from Eros Estolas who added 11.

U17
Kagman 43, Rollers White 36

The Kagman Rollers took a close win against Rollers White with Reida Teregeyo and Darren both contributing 15 points.

HotShots 34, Rollers White 27
The HotShots prevailed in their match against Rollers White. Sean Garcia carried HotShots to victory with 19 points.

U19
Rollers Black 57, Sonics 37

Rollers Black pummeled Sonics. Anthony Laraja led the way and secured the win for Rollers Black with 11 points.

Kimberly B. Esmores | Reporter
Kimberly Albiso Bautista has covered a wide range of news beats, including the community, housing, crime, and more. She now covers sports for the Saipan Tribune. Contact her at kimberly_bautista@saipantribune.com.

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