Published On : Thu, Sep 3rd, 2015

Inter school DSO Basketball tournament organised at Shivaji Nagar Gymkhana

Basket ball
: BVM Civil Lines will clash with BVM Trimurti Nagar for title clash in the category of U-14 city Girls. While BVM Civil Lines won the semifinal against Saraswati Vidyalaya comfortably (34-13) with the help of Siya Deodhar 22 points and Avani Sharma 6 points, BVM Trimurti Nagar got pass CPS Katol road in an exciting match just by 1 point lead (31-30). Abha lad scored 16 points for the winners while Sahej Kaur Siddhu fought hard for CPS with 17 points.

In Boys Section: CPS Katol road beat Saraswati Vidyalaya 34-9. Adwait Jagtap scored 10 points for winner and Abhishek Deshmukh schored  also scored 8 points.

Second semifinal between CPS Wardhaman nagar and BVM Shrikrishna nagar went down to double extra time as both the teams tied on 21-21 at full time. BVM Shrikrishna nagar kept their nerves till the end and won the match 31-29. Utkarsh Dandekar and Akash Sharma both scored 14 each for the winner and Kshitij Agarkar scored 12 points.

Tomorrow: Boys: CPS Katol road vs BVM Shrikrishna nagar 2.00 PM
BVM Civil Lines Vs BVM Trimurti Nagar at 3.00 PM.
Gramin Girls and Boys semis will be played in the morning and finals will be played in the evening.

Other Results:
Boys City: Quarter finals: CPS Wardhaman Nagar beat BVM Civil Lines (33-6), BVM Shrikrishna nagar beat BKVV (43-21), Saraswati Vidyalaya beat Somalwar Ramdaspeth (14-6), CPS Katol Road beat CPS Dabha (32-19)

Girls City: Quarter finals: BM Civil Lines beat Somalwar Nikhalas (25-2), Saraswati Vidyalaya beat BVM Shrikrishna nagar (18-4), BVM Trimurti beat Somalwar Ramdaspeth (40-8), CPS Katol Road beat CPS Wardhaman (29-6)

Boys Gramin: Quarter final: Modern Umred beat BVM Ashti (21-6), SOS Wanadongri beat Modern Koradi (20-16), Narayana beat Sanjuba Public School (28-7), Bhosla Military school beat Montfort (14-5)

Girls Gramin: quarter final: Narayana beat BVM Ashti (11-8), DPS beat Tuli public school (22-1), Modern Koradi beat Somalwar Kapsi (25-2), SOS beat St paul (28-8)