FEU-Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation rode another superb, all-around game by Fil-Canadian Clay Crellin to demolish New San Jose Builders, 91-56, in the 2016 MBL Open basketball tournament at the Rizal Coliseum.
Crellin scored repeatedly from almost all corners to finish with a game-high 28 points and lead the Fairview-based team to its second straight win.
The 6-4 slam dunk champion from Brackendale, who grew up in a troubled neighborhood known as No Name Road, tore up the defense with an avalanche of baskets on barreling drives, timely putbacks and long-range bombs.
Backing up Crellin for the Pido Jarencio -mentored FEU-NRMF was 6-9 Moustapha Arafat of Cameroon, who added 16 points in another solid outing in the tournament sponsored by Smart Sports, Ironcon Builders, Star Bread, Dickies Underwear and Gerry's Grill.
Kevin Sumay and Jayson Grimald carried the fight for New San Jose, which is handled by coach Ranier Carpio and playing manager Jomar Acuzar.
Sumay topscored with 17 points, while Grimaldo added 13.
Meanwhile, defending champion Macway Travel Club held off Wang's Interclub, 88-79,
Former Lyceum standout Pol Santiago scored 11 of his game-high 27 points in the final quarter for the Macway team of coach Daniel Martinez and owner Erick Kirong.
Teng Reyes, Totot Mangaran and Alvin Vitug also came through with clutch baskets for Macway's second straight win.
Mark Montuano, a 6-3 forward out of Informatics College, led the way for Wang's with 16 points and 10 rebounds.
Mark Acosta and Jonathan Banal also contributed 11 and 10 points, respectively.
FEU-NRMF (91) - Crellin 28, Arafat 16, Manalo 13, Asoro 11, Raymundo 7, Cabrera 6, Gabayni 4, Zamora 3, Tan 3, Rodriguez 0, Wong 0.
San Jose (56) - Sumay 17, Grimaldo 13, Baliday 7, Lao 5, Saturno 4, Palogan 3, Aurelio 2, Acuzar 2, Sabanto 1, Decano 1, Telles 1, Sopranes 0.
Quarterscores: 27-12, 44-26, 64-33, 91-56.
Macway (88) - Santiago 27, Reyes 14, Mangaran 10, Vitug 10, Natividad 8, Lagrimas 8, Fampulme 5, Laude 4, Espinosa 2, Viscarra 0, Melano 0.
Wang's (79) - Montuano 16, Acosta 11, Flores 11, Banal 10, Juruena 6, Labin-Isa 6, Publico 6. Lasco 5, Tayongtong 5, Acuna 3, Dadjilul 0, Lucas 0.
Quarterscores: 26-20, 37-39, 64-57, 88-79.