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Warriors slay Tigers, 42-27

January 18, 2014

Lady Warrior Yesenia Biascochea (3) drives against Tolman defender Destiny Moore (5) at Central Falls Friday night. Biascochea led the way for Central Falls with 21 points, including four three-pointers, and seven assists. (Photo by Ernest A. Brown)

CENTRAL FALLS – Head coach Jayar Santos gave Central Falls High senior Yesenia Biascochea the news prior to the start of their campaign.
Because he didn’t have a true point guard, she’d have to assume that role, not the one in which she had been accustomed – the shooting guard spot.

He also issued her a proviso; that is, if she had the open shot, then go ahead and put it up.

Biascochea did just that during a Division II-East showdown between two previously-winless squads, the Warriors and Tolman High, on Friday night. She knocked down four three-pointers en route to a game-leading 21 points to deliver to Central Falls a 42-27 victory before approximately 100 vociferous fans.

For full story see Saturday's print edition of The Times.

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