Parks, Ramos stay silent as Nagoya, Toyama tally different B. League results

1/24/2022 3:14:00 AM

Ray Parks and the Nagoya Diamond Dolphins make it two wins in a row as Dwight Ramos and the Toyama Grouses fall short of completing a weekend sweep in the Japan B. League

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ICYMI: Ray Parks and the Nagoya Diamond Dolphins make it two wins in a row as Dwight Ramos and the Toyama Grouses fall short of completing a weekend sweep in the Japan B. League . 🇯🇵🏀

Ray Parks and the Nagoya Diamond Dolphins make it two wins in a row as Dwight Ramos and the Toyama Grouses fall short of completing a weekend sweep in the Japan B. League

The Dolphins managed to hold off a late Levanga rally as they captured their 20th win of the season and remained as one of the top teams in the league with an impressive 20-8 record.Coty Clarke led the way for Nagoya in the victory with an all-around game of 28 points, 9 rebounds, and 4 assists, while Takumi Saito also came up with a well-rounded stat line of 17 points, 4 rebounds, and 8 assists.

Meanwhile, Parks, who only scored 1 point in their30-point victoryagainst the same opponents on Saturday, January 22, stayed quiet offensively and tallied only 4 points on 2-of-5 shooting from the field, to go along with 5 rebounds, 1 assist, and 1 steal for the Dolphins.

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MANILA, Philippines – Ray Parks and the Nagoya Diamond Dolphins picked up their second straight win as they took down the visiting Levanga Hokkaido, 89-77, in the Japan B..0 MARK “MAGNIFICO” MAGSAYO brings an unbeaten record atop the ring as the pride of Tagbilaran City targets American Gary Russell Jr.January 21, 2022 The 23-year-old Korda now leads the pack with a 10-under 66 line, while opening round leader Gaby Lopez of Mexico is still right at her heels with a 9-under 68.

League on Sunday, January 23 at the Dolphins Arena. The Dolphins managed to hold off a late Levanga rally as they captured their 20th win of the season and remained as one of the top teams in the league with an impressive 20-8 record. Coty Clarke led the way for Nagoya in the victory with an all-around game of 28 points, 9 rebounds, and 4 assists, while Takumi Saito also came up with a well-rounded stat line of 17 points, 4 rebounds, and 8 assists. “I’m the fighter who wants to beat him [Russell] more than anyone else,” Magsayo, unbeaten in 23 professional fights with 16 knockouts, told the fight’s final news conference on Friday in Atlantic City. Meanwhile, Parks, who only scored 1 point in their 30-point victory against the same opponents on Saturday, January 22, stayed quiet offensively and tallied only 4 points on 2-of-5 shooting from the field, to go along with 5 rebounds, 1 assist, and 1 steal for the Dolphins. Already leading by as many as 19 points, 51-32, early in the third quarter, the Dolphins failed to sustain their hot momentum as the Levanga trimmed the deficit to single digits, 54-60, heading into the final frame. Now standing in front of Saso are USA’s Danielle Kang and Jessica Korda, France’s Celine Boutier, and Canada’s Brooke Henderson, while South Korea’s Inbee Park shares Saso’s place at seventh.

In the fourth period, Hokkaido even managed to cut Nagoya’s lead to just 4, 69-65, with 5:04 remaining in the game, before the Dolphins unleashed a decisive 6-0 run to push their advantage back to double figures, 75-65, crushing any hopes of a Levanga comeback with only 3:05 left to play. “Now, the opportunity is here and I can’t wait for the fight. Shawn Long topscored for Hokkaido in the losing effort with 27 points, while De’mon Brooks and Ryoma Hashimoto added 16 markers apiece. The Dolphins will shoot for their third straight win when they face the powerhouse Alvark Tokyo on Wednesday, January 26, at 6:05 pm, Manila time. In contrast to Parks’ Dolphins, Dwight Ramos’ Toyama Grouses fell short of completing a weekend sweep as they dropped to the Seahorses Mikawa, 76-70, at the Wing Arena Kariya. “I’m not expecting Russell to be rusty on fight night, but I can adjust,” Magsayo said. Ramos also continued to stay silent on the offensive end, scoring just 8 points on 3-of-6 shooting, to go with 1 steal for the Grouses, who moved down to 11-19 in the standings.

With the Grouses trailing by just 3, 68-71, with 42 seconds left in the game, Satoshi Nagano delivered a crucial layup for the Seahorses with 36 seconds remaining to stretch their lead to a two-possession game, 73-68, which put Toyama away for good. Davante Gardner led the charge for Mikawa with 27 points, while Ryogo Sumino and Nagano finished with 15 and 10 points, respectively.” Russell last fought on February 8, 2020, beating Tugstsogt Nyambayar of Mongolia via unanimous decision in Pennsylvania. Joshua Smith paced Toyama with a double-double of 14 points and 14 rebounds, while Naoki Uto and Brice Johnson contributed 12 and 10 points, respectively. The Grouses will look to get back on the win column when they go up against Kiefer Ravena’s Shiga Lakestars on Wednesday at 6:15 pm, Manila time. Also in Division 1, the Ibaraki Robots, who are playing minus their Filipino import Javi Gomez de Liaño, absorbed a 90-60 demolition by the visiting Hiroshima Dragonflies. “There are no concerns about ring rust.

For the second game in a row, Gomez de Liaño wasn’t part of Ibaraki’s active roster as his team fell to its fifth consecutive loss and remained at No. 19 in the standings with a 5-23 record. The Robots will also be in action on Wednesday as they take on the Gunma Crane Thunders at 6:05 pm, Manila time. “Boxing is not just what I do, it’s a lifestyle for me. – Rappler.com .