[Weekend 23 League] Cheongju Girls’ High School wins by disqualification against Supia Girls’ High School, which has been injured one after another

Cheongju Girls’ High School won by disqualification.

Cheongju Girls’ High School beat Supia Girls’ High School 22-11 in the 2023 Korea Middle and High School Basketball Weekend League Girls’ High School Group C game in the central Honam region, which continued at the gymnasium at Cheongju Shinheung High School in Chungcheongbuk-do on the 2nd.

The match between the two teams ended about 5 minutes after the start. It was because it was difficult to play normally at Supia Girls’ High School due to a series of injuries. Supia Girls’ High School, which had only 5 players on the roster, started the game with 3 players due to two injuries in the team.

Outnumbered, Supia Girls’ High School had two players sent off for five fouls halfway through the first quarter, and the game ended as it was with only one player left on the court.

In the following match between Onyang Girls’ High School and Daejeon Girls’ High School, Onyang Girls’ High School, which boasted a superior level of strength, won Daejeon Girls’ High School by 30 points (80-50) and continued cruising.

The women’s middle, central, Gyeongbuk, and Honam regions, which took place earlier, were the winners of the Group C competition line, Jeonju Middle School, and Superia Girls’ Middle School.

Gijeonjung, where Yerin Kim (21 points, 9 rebounds, 10 steals) played an active role close to a triple double, defeated Hongnongjung 83-29, and Sufia Girls’ Middle School Lim Se-woon (29 points), Kim Sa-rang (16 points), and Kim Dam-hee (14 points). With the triangle formation at the forefront, Sangju Women’s Middle School won a great victory (72-40) and won three consecutive victories.

<Match Result>
* Women’s Central Division, Gyeongbuk Honam Region C *
(1 win 1 loss) Jeonju 83 (22-8, 23-2, 19-4, 19-15) 29 Hongnong
Middle Jeonju

Kim Ye-rin 21 points, 9 rebounds 7 10 assists
Lim Ji-yoon 18 points, 2 rebounds, 3 steals,
Kang Ri-won, 16 points, 13 rebounds, 2 assists, 7 steals, Hong Nong-jung,

Ga-yeon, 12 points, 6 rebounds,
Seong Min-ji, 11 points, 11 rebounds, 3 blocks, 3 3-point shots

(3 wins) Superia Girls’ Middle School 72 (17-15, 9-18) , 21-3, 25-4)40 Sangju Girls’ Middle School (1 win, 1 loss)
Supia Girls’

Middle School Lim Se-woon 29 points, 14 rebounds, 6 assists, 5 steals, 3 3-point shots,
Kim Sa-rang, 16 points, 5 rebounds, 9 assists, 5 steals, 4 blocks,
Kim Dam-hee 14 points, 14 rebounds 5 assists, 3 steals,

Ha-som Choi from Sangju Girls’ Middle School,
15 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 4 steals, Ye
-rin Lee , 13 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists 1 rebound Supia Girls’ High School Minha Jo 7 points 3 rebounds (2 wins) Onyang Girls’ High School 80 (26-20, 25-4, 20-12, 9-14) 50 Daejeon Girls’ High School (1 win, 1 loss) Choi Ye- bin, 22 points, 5 rebounds 6 3-point shots Ryu Ga-hyung 17 points 14 rebounds 2 assists 3 3-point shots Yuji Choi 15 points 2 rebounds 6 assists 4 steals Daejeon Yeosang Lee Subin 31 points 7 rebounds 3 assists 6 steals 5 3-point shots

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