The Warriors beat the Celtics, 74-42. Warriors looked like they are gelling together at the right time: passing, cutting, talking to each other. While the defending champions have been dethroned, they gave it a shot. The Celtic’s Alex Mirabel’s defensive skills and Ryan Gonzales efforts fell short because the Warriors, led by Kevin Walker’s 37 points, had too much firepower.Warriors: Kevin Walker – 37, JP Anacreon – 17, R Hoffman – 10, Mike V – 5, Sydhart M – 3, K King – 2Celtics: R Gonzales – 17, A Mirabel – 10, C Gumtang – 9, J Galeon – 4, C Ortega – 2 The Spurs defeated the Bucks, 54-38. Spurs went to work and took advantage of the Bucks’ inexperience in playoff basketball. JJ Hladik led all scorers with 33 points for the Spurs. He hit timely baskets every time the Bucks had a run going, becoming the rally killer. Chinwe Wosu led the Bucks with 11 points and 12 boards but the team was missing JJ Smooth’s three-point game.Spurs: JJ Hladik – 33, J Fortune – 10, B Pipher – 6, T Camacho – 3, M Francgiacomo – 2Bucks: JJ Smooth – 14, Chinwe Wosu – 11, K Johnson – 3, Corey – 3, E Arapcio – 2, Trey – 2, Dave – 2, Mo Stack – 1The Semi-final games are scheduled for July 13:8 p.m. – Cavs vs. Spurs9 p.m. – OKC vs. Warriors read more
The Tipp school will face St Kieran’s Kilkenny in seven days’ time. The Tipperary school, who were beaten in the Dr Harty Cup Final two weeks ago, defeated Gort CS 1-18 to 0-14 to book their place in the last four.Our Lady’s goal was scored by captain Anthony Ryan.However, the skipper will miss the semi after being sent off late in the game, which was played in Kilmallock.