Gilboa climbs to second

Gilboa climbs to second

By BSL
December 1, 2009 04:35
Gilboa

Gilboa. (photo credit: BSL)

 
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Hapoel Gilboa/Galil forward Elishay Kadir (right) powers to the basket during last night's 92-78 victory over Hapoel Holon in BSL action from Gan Ner. The win boosted Oded Katash's club into second place with a 5-1 record, just behind Maccabi Tel Aviv, who sits at 6-0. Holon trailed by only three points at the start of the fourth quarter before the hosts went on a 18-0 run to clinch the win. Gilboa's Jeremy Pargo led all scorers with 25 points, while Dwayne Mitchell put up 22 for Holon in a losing cause. (BSL)

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