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    Bacoor much too good for Manila, stays perfect in Metro League

    May 3, 2019

    BACOOR Strike sa Serbisyo hardly broke a sweat against a struggling Manila squad on the way to an easy 102-75 win to stay perfect in the 2019 Metro League Reinforced (2nd) Conference at the Hagonoy Gym in Taguig.

    After a slow start to the first quarter, 15-21, the Strikers unloaded 35 points in the second period and never looked back on the way to a fifth straight victory in the import-laden M-League conference backed by the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and the PBA with Barangay 143 as league presentor.

    In the other games, Taguig Generals did not disappoint in front of their homecrowd after fending off Marikina Shoelanders, 87-80, while Pasigueno came back to stun All Filipino conference champion Valenzuela, 94-87.

    Paolo Castro starred with his 13 points, three rebounds and three assists for Bacoor.

    Player of the Game Mark Montuano also added 12 points and four dimes, import Prince Orizu had eight markers and 12 boards while Michael Mabulac came back big time with 12 points and eight rebounds after his absence last outing due to his wedding.

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    Andrian Celada, on the other hand, put up 15 points in a losing cause for Manila-INGCO which fell to 1-3 in the North Division.

    The scores:

    First Game

    Pasigueno 94 — Natividad 24, Diego 13, Monteclaro 12, Laminou 8, Esplana 8, Pascua 4, Sta. Maria 4, Rivera 2, Ruaya 0,

    Valenzuela 87 — Okwuchukwu 32, Gaco 14, Caranguian 13, Medina 8, Chavenia 7, Sorela 7, Doroteo 4, Gallano 4, Gatchalian 3, Jacinto 2, Rodriguez 0, Trinidad 0

    Quarterscores: 19-26, 39-49, 71-61, 94-87

    Second Game

    Bacoor 102 — Castro 13, Mabulac 12, Montuano 12, Descamento 9, Ramirez 9, Orizu 8, Maligon 7, Miranda 7, Doligon 5, Bugarin 4, Mendoza 4, Malabag 0, Aquino 0

    Manila 75 — Celada 15, Laude 12, Alban 8, Arafat 8, Acibar 7, Mendoza 7, Manalo 5, Yu 5, Balagtas 2, Castro 2, King 0,

    Quarterscores: 15-21, 50-41, 69-59, 102-75

    Third Game

    Taguig 87 — Ojuola 20, Mayo 12, Francisco 10, Monte 9, Alcantara 9, Uyloan 9, Grevanni 6, Guiyab 4, Sampurna 3, Oliveria 2, Gilbero 2, Orodio 2, Subrabas 0, Gozum 0, Caduada 0

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    Marikina 80 — Po 21, Brown 17, Marlon Basco 12, Gines 6, Zapanta 6, Mario Basco 4, Llabres 4, Mendoza 4, Deles 3, Anderson 3, Galin0, Catipay 0

    Quarterscores: 29-15, 43-35, 66-53, 87-80

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