2017 International Tournament

Wednesday, April 12 Consolation bracket

Game 17: CIAPR 51, Guaynabo Mets 49
A balanced effort keyed CIAPR, which got nine points each from Yandre Quinones and Sebastian Gonzalez. Yavier Berry scored 14 points to lead Guaynabo Mets.

Game 19: Avalon Runners 31, St. Thomas 20
Khamani Cilverace scored 11 points and Devante Callwood added 10 to spark St. Thomas to victory. The Runners got six points each from Ryan McPolin and Armani Wilson.

Game 21: Prodigy Elite 39, Ponce Constancia 34
Eight-point showings by both Alonzo Powe and Ben Rukus sparked the Elite in the consolation semifinal, which also saw Constancia’s Wilmer Martinez score a game-high 14 points.

Game 23: Chi-Town NBN 46, St. Thomas 38
Davante Jackson tallied 11 of his game-high 16 points in the fourth quarter to propel NBN, which also got 10 markers from Zion Oliver. The Jaguars got nine points from both Devonte Callword and Khamoni Olvacee.

Game 23A: Chi-Town beat IL Huskies
Nothin’ but Net earned a spot in the consolation championship.

Game 25: Avalon Runners 56, Guaynabo Mets 54 (15th Place)
Aaron Wilson scored nine of his 19 at the foul line and Ryan McPolin added 16 points to pace the Runners. The Mets got eight points each from Eddiel Santiago and Yariel Berry.

Game 27: CIAPR 42, St. Thomas 38 (13th Place)
Yandre Quinouez scored all eight of his points in the fourth stanza and Sebastian Gonzalez and Diego Rios each had 11 points to lead CIAPR. The 10 points of Devante Callwood paced St. Thomas.

Game 29: IL Huskies 56, Ponce Constancia 48 (11th Place)
The Huskies earned 11th place with balance, as Lashaun Dantzzler scored 13 points and Trae Stewart added nine points. Constancia, which was outscored, 18-8, in the the third quarter, got 13 points from Nelson Perez and 11 markers by Wilmer Martinez.

Championship bracket

Game 18: Marquette Best 53, Southern Ponce 48
A 22-6 differential in the third quarter made the difference for Marquette, which got 16 points from Carson. Southern Ponce was paced by Yahil Rivera with 10 points.

Game 20: Bucaplaa beat Philly All-Stars

Game 22: Robert Taylor 54, Toa Baja 30 (semi)
The Panthers scored the first nine points of the contest and rolled to their second straight title contest, as Terrance Ford scored 13 points and Markwan Adams added 12 points. Toa Baja was paced by Alejandro Negron and Steven Rosa with seven points each.

Game 24: Chicago Heights 48, IL Huskies 38 (q-final)
The Streaks got a dozen points each from Jakeem Cole and Brandon McCoy, while Myles Walton added 11 points to earn a semifinal berth. Jordan Gibson scored 11 points to top the Huskies.

Game 26: Southern Ponce beat Philly All-Stars (7th Place)

Game 26A: Southern Ponce 60, Homewood 48
Eleven difference players scored for Southern Ponce, led by Yahil Rivera with 13 points and Steven Rosado with 12 points. For Homewood, Alonzo Cushmeer scored a game-high 17 points.

Game 28: Bucaplaa 44, Marquette Best 32 (5th Place)
The Pumas rebounded from a 10-point deficit to earn fifth place, as Victor Rivera scored 11 points and Edwardo Criado added nine points. Rashon Woods topped the Best with seven points.

Game 24A: Kenosha 38, Chicago Heights 32 (semis)
Trailing most of the contest, Kenosha gained a 14-1 scoring advantage in the final quarter to make its first title-game appearance since 1983. Jalen Carlino led the winners with 18 points and Nick Andrews added 12 points. For Chicago Heights, which led 11-2 after the opening quarter, Jakeem Cole notched eight points.

Tuesday, April 11 Round of 16

Game 1: Toa Baja 41, Ponce Constancia 32
Toa Baja took command with a 12-1 second-quarter margin and rode the scoring of Yousef Santiago (13 points) and Alejandro Negron and Jeremy Carrasquillo with eight points each. Constancia got a game-high 17 markers from Wilmer Martinez.

Game 5: Bucaplaa 47, Avalon Runners 33
Chris Arriea led 11 different scorers for the Pumas, who gained a 15-6 scoring advantage in the third stanza. The runners got a quartet of five-point performances from Ryan McDolin, Aaron Wilson, Nasir Graham and Ricky Davenport.

Game 2: Southern Ponce 53, CIAPR 39
Yahil Cintron was 6-for-6 from the line in the fourth quarter to finish with 19 points and pace Southern Ponce, which also got six points each from Kennethy Suarez and Ryan Rodriguez. A trio of eight points scorers led CIAPR- Sebastian Gonzalez, Kevin Santana and Juan Correa.

Game 6: Kenosha 51, Chi-Town NBN 38
Kenosha pulled away after leading by a point at halftime, as Jalen Carlino notched 14 points and Devin Griffin tallied 11 points, including 4-for-4 from the foul line in the fourth period. NBN got a team-high 13 points from Zion Oliver.

Game 3: Robert Taylor 49, Prodigy Elite 37
The Panthers got a potential return to the title game off to a good start, as Terrance Ford scored 14 points and Denard Stewart and Markwan Adams added 10 and eight, respectively. The Elite was paced by Austin Ford with 11 points and Alonzo Powe with 10 points.

Game 7: Chicago Heights 55, St. Thomas 35
Myles Walton tallied 14 points with 16 rebounds and Ray Austin added nine points for the Streaks, who gained a scoring advantage in every quarter. St. Thomas got 12 points from Elijd Peltier and 10 markers by Nekwante Sprauve.

Game 4: Marquette Best 57, Guaynabo Mets 48
Avion Morris clicked for 15 points and Anthony Davis added 12 points to key the Best, which took charge with a 17-5 second-quarter differential. For the Mets, Eddiel Santiago scored 11 points and Dereck Olmo collected 10 points.

Consolation quarterfinals

Game 9: Ponce Constancia 52, CIAPR 42
Isaac Rodriguez topped three in double figures with 19 points to pace Constancia, which also got 13 points from Wilmer Martinez and 10 from Adrian Rivera. CIAPR was led by Dereck Rodrigues with nine points.

Game 11: Chi-Town 58, Avalon Runners 39
Martez Hunt poured in 20 points and Davante Jackson added 19 markers to ignite NBN, which also got nine points from Armon Yarborough. The Runners, who fell behind, 18-6, early, got 11 points from Aron Wilson.

Game 13: Prodigy Elite 52, Guaynabo Mets 36
A game-high 22 points from Alonzo Powe ignited the Elite, which also got eight points from Chris Holland. The Mets, who were outscored in every period, were topped by Eddiel Santiago with 13 points and Emmanuel Reyes with nine points.

Game 15: IL Huskies 62, St. Thomas 31
The Huskies doubled up the Jaguars behind three double-digit scorers- Jordan Gibson with 12 points and Traveon Stewart and Shawneek Brown with 10 each. St. Thomas got seven points each from Elijah Peltiner, Khamani Olivacee and Tazhaun Donadelle.

Championship quarterfinals

Game 10: Toa Baja 49, Southern Ponce 38
Yadid Vasquez collected 13 points to lead Toa Baja into its first semifinal, while Edgar Otero and Yousef Santiago each chipped in eight points. Alejandro Fortuno tallied 15 points to lead Southern Ponce, while Yahil Rivera scored eight points.

Game 12: Kenosha 53, Bucaplaa 39
Balance propelled Kenosha to a repeat semifinal appearance, as Jalen Carlino scored 13 points, Nick Andrews added 10 points and Jammerson Young finished with nine points. Bucaplaa was topped by Yadiel Fernandez and Victor Rivera with 14 and 13 points, respectively.

Game 14: Robert Taylor 46, Marquette Best 41
After scoring just two points in the third period, the Panthers went on a 22-8 binge in the fourth to secure a return trip to the Final Four. Markwan Adams tallied 11 of his 13 points in the final stanza to lead the way, while Ahmad Henderson scored all eight of his points in the fourth period. Marquette was led by Avion Morris and Todd Stephson with 10 points each.

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