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DBL: Bekkering has impressive performance in overtime win over Lausalec Aris

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Ross Bekkering led his team with a double double  last night in the overtime win of Magixx for Kids rights over Lausalec Aris. With an impressive 23 points and 11 rebounds, shooting 6-7  from 2point range, 3-5 from 3point range. In a game that has a tradition in overtimes and suspense it looked like Nijmegen would take the win home, but with just a hands full of seconds to play Brandon Rozell (Lasaulec Aris) got two chances on a three point shot of which he converted one, putting the game into overtime. In the extra time Nijmegen outscored Leeuwarden 3 -12 winning this roadgame. Ross Bekkering got support from his brother Henry who scored 12 points. Scorers1 clients on Lasaulec Aris site where young talent Valentijn Lietmeijer who posted 7 points and 4 rebounds and Mark Peter Hof who scored 2 points.


DBL: Ralf de Pagter scores careerhigh 22 points in first win of Rotterdam Basketball College

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The young big man of the Rotterdam Basketball College and scorers1st client, Ralf de Pagter, scored a careerhigh 22 points last night in the first win of Rotterdam Basketballcollege. From the start the college kids of Rotterdam came out hard and posted a 4 point lead after the first quarter. However Leeuwarden fought back and the half time score was 37 – 36. In the second half the game went up an down ending in a 73 -73 score at the regular time. In the overtime Rotterdam clinched the win with de Pagter shooting 9 – 12 from the field and 3 – 4 from the freethrowline. On the other end Scorers1st client Mark Peter Hof scored 2 points and grabbed 3 rebounds in 8 minutes.



Written by giantinthepaint

October 30, 2011 at 9:03 pm

Mark Peter Hof and Valentijn Lietmeijer join Lasaulec Aris (DBL)

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Mark Peter Hof and Valentijn Lietmeijer are going to suit up for Lasaulec Aris next season. Both are talents coming from the youthprogram of Gasterra Flames. Both Lietmeijer and Hof convinced coach Erik Braal during an individual workout in Leeuwarden with which they earned a one year contract. Hof (21) is a 2.00 m tall powerforward was part of the Gasterra Flames squad that lost the finals this year. Lietmeijer (20) wil be playing the shooting guard position and played for the U20 team in Groningen.