Batch 1994 on a roll
THE 1994 Bulldogs had themselves a successful weekend as they logged in two victories in Division 1 action in the University of San Carlos North Alumni Basketball Conference Summer League 2 Powered by Common Ground last weekend at the USC North Campus gym.
The Bulldogs first defeated the 1982 Classic Basketball, 74-61, as Sigmund Cabrera had a huge 22-point, 12-rebound, five-steal performance.
Fabiolo Bartolinao led Batch 1982 with 16 points and 11 rebounds in the loss.
Batch 1994 then proceeded to trample over the defending champions 1985 Legends, 59-43, as Cabrera once again got hot and had 21 points, eight rebounds and two steals.
In other games in the same division, the 1986 Waveriders routed the Bro 1987, 65-44. Niel Avila guided Batch 1986 to the win with 18 points while Edwin Gabas had a double-double of 13 markers and 10 boards. Arturo Mata also chipped in 12 points.
In Division 2, the 2001 Lite Shipping eked past the 2000 Millennium Bugs, 80-77, behind the 20-point effort of man-mountain AJ San Juan. Carlo Campos helped out with 15 markers while Rogerjohn Ongpaoco notched 12. Norbert Ampong chipped in 10.
The Sipat 1998 hiked their record to 2-0 as they slipped past the 1997 Ronins, 62-60. Criz Matunog and Roelan Sual propelled Batch 1998 to the win as they combined for 35 points.
The 1996 Chubbies also joined the winner’s circle with a 77-69 conquest of the 1995 Pirates. Eman Llenos waxed hot with 30 points, eight boards, two assists and two blocks. Joshua Lerio was also on point as he had 20 and six rebounds.
In Division 3, the Waybus 2007 edged the 2002 Lions, 67-66, behind Robert Codilla’s outstanding night. The former USC Warriors center had 23 points, 12 rebounds, two assists, two steals and three blocked shots to send Batch 2002 to their second straight loss.
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