CarriageTowneNews.com, Kingston, NH

July 5, 2012

Over-the-Hill League

By Howie Steadman

HAMPSTEAD — In the Semi-Final round of playoffs, last place Century Copiers upset 1st place RAM Printing in one of the highest scoring games of the year 71-61. Fifth place United Business Machines (UBM) upset 2nd place Small World Wireless in triple overtime 39-37. That sets up the final game next week between Century Copiers and UBM. My prediction is UBM by 10.

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Century was led by sore-backed Rich Wells with 21 including 2-3s and perfect 5-5 from the line. Rookie Bill Whearty slammed in 20, Mike Koutelis popped in 12 on 4-3s, Bill Chasse slipped in 8, Peter Sweet plinked in 7 with late game 5-6 from the line, Tom Ferrari added 4 and great defense from Bill Clarke, Ray Wilburn and Mike Rockwood.

RAM was led by Ben Ruggles and Dave Goyette, each with 18. Ben hit 2-3s and Dave hit one. John Keisling popped in 13 including 2-3s but only 1-3 from the line, Bob Dudal slipped in 5 but also only 1-3 from the line, Dave Rowell added 4 and Gary Sonnenschem 3 on a 3 pointer, and good hustle from Mike McConnell, Bob Kuhl and Howie Steadman.

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SMALL WORLD WIRELESS37

UBM was led by Kent Anson and Bill Fantini with12 with Bill missing both free throw attempts. Dave Wojo slammed in 6, Bob Edwards slipped in 4 but nasty 2-8 from the line, Ross Huntington added 3 but only 1-3 from the line, James Gardner slipped in 2 and great defense from , Jim White and Mark Cerniglia.

Small World Wireless was led by Rookie John Ganem with 11. Ron Buccini and Gary Cebula popped in 10, Gary hitting 2-3s and perfect 2-2 from the line. Bob Clarke added 6 and good hustle from Craig Wlodyka, Mike Pierce, Bob Giordano, Dennis Faino and Dave Young.