In an exhilarating Game 2 of the Pacific Northwest Finals, the Seattle SuperHawks edged out the Vancouver Volcanoes 112-107 in Tigard, OR to win the series 2-0. This game was a testament to both teams’ skill and determination as they battled for supremacy.

First Half: Vancouver Pulls Away

The first half was tightly contested, but Vancouver was able to build a 16-point lead, with their early momentum driven by standout performances from Markus Golder and Rashaun Coleman.

Second Half: Shifting Momentum

The third quarter saw Seattle’s defense tighten, with crucial stops by Emeche Wells and Naz Carter, turning the tide of momentum in favor of the SuperHawks. The game remained closely contested down the stretch.

Clutch Plays in the Final Minutes

As the clock wound down, Seattle’s ability to execute under pressure proved decisive. Jenkins Jr.’s scoring and leadership, combined with key defensive plays by Wells and Carter, helped the SuperHawks secure the victory. Despite a valiant effort from Vancouver, which saw Coleman and Golder finishing with 23 and 20 points respectively, the SuperHawks’ balanced attack and composure were the difference-makers. After taking the lead for the first time with 1:55 left in the game, the SuperHawks never gave up the lead again.

Key Performances

  • David Jenkins Jr.: 24 points, 7 assists, 3 rebounds, and 3 steals. Jenkins Jr. was crucial in orchestrating Seattle’s offense and maintaining their competitive edge.
  • Nashon George: 18 points and 6 rebounds, providing a strong presence in the paint.
  • Goodnews Kpegeol: 21 points, showcasing efficiency with 61.5% shooting from the field and perfect free throw accuracy.


The Seattle SuperHawks’ 112-107 win over the Vancouver Volcanoes in Game 2 was marked by their resilience and ability to perform in high-stakes moments. With standout performances from D. Jenkins Jr., N. George, and G. Kpegeol, Seattle demonstrated their readiness for the championship. This hard-fought victory sets the stage for an exciting continuation of the series, with the SuperHawks now holding a commanding position.

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