It was impossible for him – DiarioSports – San Francisco

Independiente in Oliva made it clear that they are at least one step above San Isidro, winning a key duel in the fight to be the best in the Regular Phase. It was 85 to 79.

It was his great opportunity, to be able to definitively catch on in the fight to be the best team in the Regular Phase of the Northern Conference, but he collided with an Independiente who knew how to close it better in Oliva, a place where they become very strong.

The striker had to perspire with this San Isidro, although he imposed his style for most of the night, slowing down Beltramo’s men, the red also managed to not leave the game at a disadvantage. The locals managed to get 13, but a great pass by the Halcones in the third quarter led them to only 4 (51-47).

That effort moved him to the last room lit. The “Holy” won the third 23 to 17 to be down 57 to 53 with 10 minutes to play.

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A double by Montero narrowed two down, but Independiente did not give up. He found the return to the zonal defense that San Isidro raised and in a burst he escaped to 7 (65-58) with Reinaudi as one of the highlights. The game “broke” him in less than 3 minutes, Giletto and Reinaudi were decisive.

Those of our city made all the effort, but they stayed in the closure. The Halcones Rojos’ next game will be on Saturday in Sunchales against Libertad prior to their tour of Mendoza and San Juan.

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Independent of Oliva 85: Fernando Martina 17, Lucio Reinaudi 21, Salvador Giletto 15, Jose Bione 4, Joaquin Noblega 10, Agustin Pautasso 8, Alejandro Quigley 5, Benjamin Herrera 0, Nicolas Marcucci 5, Tomas Ramallo 0. DT: Martín González.

San Isidro 79: Santiago Bruno 1, Santiago Assum 6, Milton Vittar 2, José Montero 24, Juan Cruz Oberto 15, Emilio Stucky 14, Jerónimo Suñé 12, Gonzalo Romero 3, Ignacio Cuesta 2, Federico Zezular 0. DT: Daniel Beltramo.

Partials: Independent 21 / San Isidro 14 – 40/30 – 57/53 and 85/79.

Referees: R. Lorenzo, J. Dominguez, and R. Morales

Stadium: Olive

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It was impossible for him – DiarioSports – San Francisco