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Medford Mustangs Corral Patriots at Home in Overtime, 71-69

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The Medford High School Mustangs visited RHS the home of the Patriots last Tuesday evening in a GBL match-up.

The Patriots got off to a great start, taking an early lead, as much as 10 points, and leading at the end of the half, 35-28.

The Mustangs took control of the third period and took the lead, from that point the RHS Patriots battled back and forth for the lead, at the end of 3 the Pats were down 42-45, battling on, they tied at the end of the 4th. Going into overtime the Mustangs came out the winner, edging the Patriots, 71-69.

On Tuesday, the RHS Cheerleaders had a visit from the future. The local future RHS Cheerleaders visited their big sisters and brothers in cheerleading and got to cheer on the Patriots Varsity Basketball team against Medford and had a ball doing it.
Capt. Alejandro Hincapie set lots of offensive plays for the Patriots last Tuesday evening.
Despite lots of great plays from the Patriots and a tough defense, the Mustangs won by two points overtime.
Head Coach of the RHS Patriots David Leary watches from the side lines as the lead was quickly changing hands as the game progressed.
Ethan Day looks to make a play late in the game.
Capt. Vincent Nichols had a great game for the Patriots.
Capt. Sal DeAngelis drives to the basket.
Capt. Vinny Vu fights on the ground for a rebound.
Capt. Vincent Nichols goes in for two more Patriot points on the board.
Capt. Domenic Boudreau leaps high in the air to beat the doubled team efforts and gets two.
Capt. Sal DeAngelis was double teamed at the basket.

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