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TWINKILL

By: Jonas N. Panerio August 07,2016 - 10:19 PM
Quintin Nzuzi (left) of SWU blocks USC’s Giovanni Laguyo in their main game encounter of the 16th Cesafi men’s basketball tournament last night at the Cebu Coliseum.

Quintin Nzuzi (left) of SWU blocks USC’s Giovanni Laguyo in their main game encounter of the 16th Cesafi men’s basketball tournament last night at the Cebu Coliseum.

The University of the Visayas (UV) Green Lancers came up with a twinkill in the 16th Cesafi men’s basketball tournament last night at the Cebu Coliseum.

The Green Lancers thwarted the Cebu Institute of Technology-University (CIT-U) Wildcats, 69-48, in the seniors division with top rookie Tristan Albina pacing the team with 13 points. The Gary Cortes-coached Green Lancers also got 10 markers from Rey Suerte.

UV started off slow but still managed to lead, 32-26, at halftime after consecutive triples from Albina and skipper Josue Segumpan.

The Lancers then tightened the screws on defense in the third and held the Wildcats to just 12 markers to erect a 52-38 lead heading to the last frame.

UV also had a hot start in the juniors division after the Baby Lancers humiliated the CIT-U Wildkittens, 90-41, with Jancork Cabahug leading the way with 18 points.

Also taking off to a good start were last season’s runners-up, the University of Cebu Baby Webmasters, who authored a thrilling 87-83 double-overtime win over the resurgent University of San Jose-Recoletos Baby Jaguars.

Luigi Gabisan had a monster outing of 26 points and 15 rebounds while diminutive guard Gelmart Umpad had an all-round showing of 12 points, six assists and five steals
SWU outlasts USC.

In the main game, the Southwestern University (SWU)-Phinma Cobras pulled out all the stops in the fourth to outlast the defending champions University of San Carlos (USC) Warriors, 68-54.
Leading by just two, 47-45, at the start of the fourth, the Cobras got a boost from some timely offense of two-time reigning MVP Mac Tallo, returning reinforcement Quintin Nzuzi and rookies Shaquille Imperial and Arnel Molina to hack out the victory.

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