Reds snag 3rd straight win in E-League
THE ePerformax Reds stayed hot, pocketing a third straight victory with a 74-60 beating of the SSI Warriors last Sunday in the Elite Classic of the 12th City Sports Club-Cebu (CSC-C) E-League for Basketball at the CSC-C Gym.
Patrick Ybañez and Esrom Cuizon spearheaded the Reds by firing 19 points. Nolan de la Peña chipped in 11 points, nine rebounds, four assists and three steals as ePerformax continued winning since starting the tournament with a 72-87 loss to the defending champions Convergys Converters.
Lawrence Agas scored 21 points and Dennis Poquita had 14 for the Warriors, who stayed winless after four games.
In the other Elite Classic match, the Sykes Pioneers used a balanced attack to mangle the Wipro Tigers, 80-58.
Sherwin Anghay tallied 16 points, while Jhoneil Geraldizo, Melecio Villaplaza, Vernie Jose Diotay and Gerald Bien Galarido also finished with twin digits for a combined 43 points, helping the Pioneers list their second win in four matches.
Aaron Paule Suson scattered 18 points to lead the Tigers, who stumbled to their fourth loss in as many games.
In the EVO League, the QBE Generals remained perfect with their fourth straight victory following a 66-48 win over the Dyninno Raptors.
Johnrey Girasol topped the Generals with 14 points, Jed Llena donated 13, while James Durango pitched in 10 markers.
The victory allowed the Generals to tie the Kyocera Frontiers at second place.
Leading the EVO League rankings are the Tech Mahindra Mighties, who have yet to lose after five outings.
Rainier Dominic Obenza scored points—the lone Raptor to score in double figures as the team slid to 2-3 (win-loss).
Jade Seno, on the other hand, piled up 23 points, six rebounds, three assists and two steals to help The Results Spartans get their first win after three failed attempts via a 65-40 trouncing of the Blue Ocean Pirates.
Winston Pacaldo backed Seno with 17 points, eight rebounds and three blocked shots.
Paul Romwell Amit wound up with 13 points and 11 rebounds for the Pirates, who lost for the third time in four matches.
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