Rayos de Hermosillo

Rayos de Hermosillo

Leagues Played
Mexic - CIBACOPA 259
Links
Wikipedia

Fixtures

Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/17 03:15 - Halcones de Obregon vs Rayos de Hermosillo - View

Results

Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/14 02:45 - Zonkeys de Tijuana v Rayos de Hermosillo L 24-12
Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/13 02:00 - Zonkeys de Tijuana v Rayos de Hermosillo L 95-90
Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/10 03:15 - Rayos de Hermosillo v Astros de Jalisco W 100-92
Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/09 03:15 - Rayos de Hermosillo v Astros de Jalisco L 76-102
Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/07 02:15 - Pioneros de Los Mochis v Rayos de Hermosillo W 93-101
Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/06 03:15 - Pioneros de Los Mochis v Rayos de Hermosillo W 83-100
Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/04 03:00 - Rayos de Hermosillo v Zonkeys de Tijuana L 75-82
Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/03 03:15 - Rayos de Hermosillo v Zonkeys de Tijuana L 85-87
Mexic - CIBACOPA 03/28 03:15 - Rayos de Hermosillo v Angeles CD Mexico L 72-88
Mexic - CIBACOPA 03/27 03:00 - Rayos de Hermosillo v Angeles CD Mexico L 80-84
Mexic - CIBACOPA 03/24 00:15 - Astros de Jalisco v Rayos de Hermosillo L 92-67
Mexic - CIBACOPA 03/23 02:00 - Astros de Jalisco v Rayos de Hermosillo W 73-88

Wikipedia - Rayos de Hermosillo

Rayos de Hermosillo is a Mexican professional basketball club based in Hermosillo, Sonora. The Rayos play in the Circuito de Baloncesto de la Costa del Pacífico (CIBACOPA) and play their home games at the Arena Sonora.

They have won three league titles (2012, 2013, 2019).

History

The Rayos de Hermosillo took the spot of the Vaqueros de Agua Prieta for the 2009 CIBACOPA season. The last team to play in the city, the Soles de Hermosillo, competed in CIBACOPA from 2003 to 2005.

The Rayos reached the CIBACOPA Finals in 2011, but were swept by the Mineros de Cananea.

Hermosillo won back-to-back titles after defeating the Ostioneros de Guaymas in 2012 and the Garra Cañera de Navolato in 2013, both in seven-game series.

In 2019, the Rayos faced the Mantarrayas de La Paz in the league finals. After going down 2 games to 3, Hermosillo defeated La Paz 99–59 in game six before taking game seven by a score of 90–77 to win their third league title in eight years. Terrence Drisdom and Jeremy Hollowell led the team in scoring with 22 and 19 points, respectively, with Hollowell being named Finals MVP.