Warriors slay Tigers, 42-27
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 â€“ Head coach Jayar Santos gave Central Falls High senior Yesenia Biascochea the news prior to the start of their campaign.
Because he didnâ€™t have a true point guard, sheâ€™d have to assume that role, not the one in which she had been accustomed â€“ 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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