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Manganti, He escapes Pasaol, Letrán no thriller



Sean Manganti and Che & Revelers spoil Bonnie Tan's new debut, the first letter

Posted at 8:36 p. M., February 28, 2019

Updated at 8:38 p. M., February 28, 2019

NOT SUFFICIENT. Petron-Letran is short despite the huge double exit from Alvin Pasaol against Che & # 39; lu. Photo by images PBA

NOT SUFFICIENT. Petron-Letran is short despite the huge double exit from Alvin Pasaol against Che & # 39; lu. Photo by images PBA

MANILA, Philippines – The Che & # 39; lu Revelers released a 96-94 classic against Petron-Letran knights in League D of P9019 at the Ynares Sports Arena on Thursday, February 28.

Adamson's former captain, Sean Manganti, who had an explosive debut of 24 points for Che & # 39; luHe was head to head with a good friend and rival of UAAP, Alvin Pasaol, who strengthened Letran with a huge double of two points of 33 points.

Although the Che & # 0; squadron laden with veterans opened an 11 point advantage, 47-36, at the end of the second quarter after a dispute by Chris Dumapig, the young Letrán returned to resume leadership at the start of the third, 53- 51, courtesy of a post-up patented by NCAA Novice of the Year Larry Muyang.

Later, Letran used a quick correction of 10-1 to extend the range to 7, 71-64. However, the Revelers did not retreat and tied the game to 71, and finished with a triple-timbre by former Adamson keeper Rob Manalang.

A fierce return and exit followed the liquidation period and ended in the clutch after a division of the line by league veteran Jeff Viernes for the 96-94 lead.

The return of Jerrick Balanza had the opportunity to rob him by Letran with a triumph of three matches, but he was out, giving Che 'his first victory of the season.

It was also the first loss to debut coach Letran Bonnie Tan, who replaced Jeff Napa after the playoffs of NCAA Season 94.

The maturity of Friday helped the Revelers by the stretch when it finished with 18 points of the bank. On the other hand, Muyang added 14 markers and 9 panels while Balanza left 6 points in his first game since successful brain tumor surgery.

Metropac-San Beda, Batangas-EAC above

Before, the Metropac-San Beda stacked Wangs Basketball, 94-70, to climb 2-0 in the Foundation Group.

Calvin Oftana starred in the Movers with 17 points and 7 rebounds, since the new defender Evan Nelle made the damage with 11 markers, 7 assists and 6 panels. James Canlas also scored 10 points, 6 shots and 4 times in victory.

The coach of moving Boyet Fernandez praised his new blood, led by Nelle and Canlas, to show maturity in the period of unusual reconstruction of the NCAA champions.

"My rookies are so skilled. I'm happy with the way they are intensifying. Young people leaving the bank prove they are capable of playing," he said, and also giving special mention to the handsome Prince Etrata and Peter Alfaro.

Oftana organized the 13-2 of Metropac-San Beda to begin the fourth quarter, as it achieved an advantage of 81-59 in the middle of the box.

Farah Tamaraw's former scorer, Axel Iñigo, led the Couriers with 21 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 thefts, as former Maroon Gelo Vito had 15 points and 7 shots in the loss.

Finally, in the opening contest of the day, the generals of Batangas-EAC easily sent McDavid in a win of 79-57 by wire.

The generals started a 12-0 start and the hands of Earvin Mendoza, who shot 25 points and led the general to his first win, went round. Clark Derige contributed 16 points and 4 rebounds, while Allan Martin added 11 markers, 4 assists and 3 panels.

Former UN Bulldog Rev Deputy led to just arrived McDavid with 16 points and 5 rebounds.

The scores

First Game:

Batangas-EAC 79 – E. Mendoza 25, Derige 16, Martín 11, Maguliano 9, Cruz 4, Station 4, Dela Pena 2, Nor 2, Oppong 2, Boffa 2, De Joya 2, J. Mendoza 0, Corilla 0, Cadua 0, Taywan 0.

McDavid 57 – Deputy 16, Sorela 9, Martinez 8, Lozada 7, Minor 4, Caranguian 4, Hill 4, Monte 3, Medina 2, Melano 0, Villanueva 0, Cruz 0.

Rooms: 17-12, 36-26, 54-43, 79-57.

Second match:

Metropac-San Beda 94 – Oftana 17, Sovereign 11, Nelle 11, Canlas 10, Tankoua 8, Bahio 8, Etrata 7, Cuntapay 6, Doliguez 6, Obenza 5, Alfaro 3, Tagala 2, Visser 0, Carino 0.

Wangs 70 – Inigo 21, Vito 15, Tolentino 11, Star 7, Saints 6, Gerero 4, Lim 2, Table 2, Lucas 2, Tongco 0, Bulawan 0, Singontiko 0, Brojan 0.

Rooms: 21-20, 45-38, 68-57, 94-70.

Third Game:

He is 96 – Manganti 24, Friday 17, Luck 15, Baptist 12, Dumapig 11, Bringas 9, R. Manalang 3, Taganas 2, P. Manalang 2, Siruma 0.

Petron-Letran 94 – Pasaol 33, Muyang 14, Reyson 10, Ambohot 7, Sangalang 7, Scale 6, Caralipio 6, Sta. Ana 5, Taladua 4, Pamulaklakin 2, Pambid 0, Galvelo 0.

Rooms: 25-19, 49-44, 71-71, 96-94.

– Rappler.com


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