First win after two runner-up finishes.
Daegu Chilgokcho won 30-27 against Seoul Samgwangcho in the boys’ elementary final of the 78th National Boys and Girls Basketball Championship at the Glory Sportium National Sports Center in Glory-gun, Jeollanam-do, on Thursday.
By winning the tournament, 온라인카지노 Chilgok avenged their runner-up finishes in the last two editions of the championships.
The tournament MVP was Kwon Ryul. After scoring 16 points in the semifinals, Kwon played full time in the finals and led the team with two points and six rebounds.
“Every game was hard, but today’s game was the hardest,” said Kwon. “I was runner-up in the association championship and the boys’ championship, so I’m very happy to win this time, especially with my teammates,” he said.
“It’s very hard,” said Kwon, who added, “I think we were able to come this far by taking care of each other and making concessions. We weren’t in good shape, but we thought about each other little by little and won the game, so we were able to come this far.”
In the final, Chilgokcho surrendered an early lead to Samgwangcho. They fought back, but had to hold off Samgwangcho until the very end.
“When we were losing early in the game, we talked about everything we could, but the most important thing was to attack and defend together. We told them that it’s okay when we come back and the opponent is chasing us, so we need to be more confident,” Kwon said of the final.
“Even though we won the championship, I don’t have any specific requests from my coach, I still love it,” she said. “In the future, I want to be a player who can solve problems from the outside when it’s important, and I want to be a player who can center the team when it’s shaky, and I want to be a player who can break through and shoot a nice layup or pass freely.”