San Isidro did not have a good time, he argued more than he played but he knew how to get it out. He scored the 17th win of the Regular Phase by defeating Rivadavia de Mendoza 70-60 at home. The next? on Sunday with the undisputed leader and in Oliva.
He took a key step in the fight to finish in the top four from above. San Isidro had to win to face the next four games as a visitor with a handicap advantage over the fifth in the Conference and they did it.
This Tuesday night, at the “Severo Robledo” stadium, they beat Rivadavia de Mendoza 70-60 adding two more points; putting a foot and a half in the playoffs with benefit from the quarterfinals, when there are still seven dates left to complete the Regular Phase.
But to get to that, he had to fight, row from behind and overcome moments of his own nervousness. Rivadavia complicated things for him, he got to take advantage of 11 taking advantage of the constant discussions of the Halcones players with the referees (Montero and Romero came out due to double technique).
In the third quarter, Red improved, emphasizing his internal game and from there, with Stucky and Oberto, he smoothed out the disadvantage. In the last quarter the tone was the same, they beat the Mendoza to turn the score around and stay with the victory.
This was the last match of March as a local; From now on, the Halcones will face a string of four away games in just 12 days, starting next Sunday in Oliva against the undisputed leader, Independiente. Later he will travel to Sunchales, Mendoza and San Juan.
San Isidro 70: Santiago Bruno, Santiago Assum 7, Milton Vittar 5, José Montero 2, Juan Cruz Oberto 18, Gonzalo Romero 6, Emilio Stucky 20, Jerónimo Suñé 5, Federico Zezular 0, Jeremías Diotto 2. DT: Daniel Beltramo.
Rivadavia de Mendoza 60: Franco Sampaulise 2, Stefano Arancibia 7, Abel Trejo 10, Alejandro Madera 13, Tobias Cravero 11, Pablo Aaron Bandeo 7, Guido Francese 1, Lautaro Arce 0, Lautaro Cabrera 0, Facundo Jerez 9. DT: Marcos Boccolini.
Partials: San Isidro 18/ Rivadavia 19 – 10/14 – 18/13 and 24/14.
Referees: Alberto Ponzo, Maximiliano Moral and Georgina Larrosa.
Stadium: “Severe Robledo”
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