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SAN MIGUEL WEEK 5 RECAP

By Asha Robles

SATURDAY

Edwardson Panganiban of J-Town gets up to give his team 2 more points. (photo by Asha Robles)

Edwardson Panganiban of J-Town gets up to give his team 2 more points. (photo by Asha Robles)

GSM/DLX 73, Calvo’s Insurance 57

August Sotelo of GSM/DLX led the way to victory by providing his team with a game high of 28 points. Calvo’s Insurances’ Jay Casimiro banked in 24 points for his team in the loss.
Hoopnotics 74, Red Music Skippers 65
Leading Hoopnotics was James White as he scored a total of 18 points to win the game. Eugene Lopez of Red Music Skippers provided his team with a game high of 21 points in the losing effort.
Skyy Vodka 53, J-Town 52
In a close match between Skyy Vodka and J-Town, Skyy Vodka’s David Santos helped his team by scoring 21 points to get the one point win over J-Town. Eddison Panganiban scored a game high of 23 points for J-Town in the loss.

IT&E  def. Red Horse by forfeit. 

Sticky Bandits def. MVP Stars by forfeit. 

Sunday

David Santos of Sky Vodka pushes his way through defense as he takes the ball down the center of the court. (photo by Asha Robles)

David Santos of Sky Vodka pushes his way through defense as he takes the ball down the center of the court. (photo by Asha Robles)

36 CES 67, YMO 39
Rolly Manalo led the way with a game high of 24 points to make sure that his team, 36 CES captured the win against YMO. Teammate Vilmer Apale banked in 12 points to help in the winning effort.

GHC Panthers 40, Jim Beam 38
The GHC Panthers closed in on the win with Donny Cepeda’s 14 points and Errol Alegre’s 10 points. With the loss, Jim Beam’s Benny Sabiniano pitched in a game high of 15 points.

LA Painting 77, Dragons 73
In a close match between LA Painting and the Dragons, LA Painting came up with 3 more points for the win. Leading LA Painting was Julius Yu with a game high of 31 points. Dragon’s Kalel Delos Santos banked in 25 points for his team in the loss.

Cosla 70, BME & Sons 44
Cosla demolished BME & Sons behind Charlie Bombase’s 17 points along with teammate Jericson Turla’s 14 points. BME & Sons’ Amil Patdu scored 14 point for his team in the losing effort.

ACS Investors 83, Pepsi 14
ACS Investors easily grabbed the win over Pepsi in the most lopsided game of the day. With fast offence and a tight defence, the win was no surprise. Leading ACS Investors was Russel Leodones with his game high of 18 points. Though Pepsi lost, Bedrick Briones helped his team by scoring a total of 6 points.

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QUICK HITS

The Okkodo Bulldogs secured third place at the Far East Division I Girls’ Basketball Tournament in Camp Humphreys, South Korea. Jasmine Samson and Haley Cabrera were named All-Tournament selections in recognition of their hard work on the court. Vaysia Blas won the 3-point shooting contest. The Bulldogs played nine games in three days with a squad of eight:
Erin Moldez
Jasmine Samson
Haley Cabrera
Sharm Tauiwei
Hanna Meinik
Jordyn Zacarias
Jordin Hernandez
Vaysia Blas

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