XAVIER School reigned supreme in the 10-under division, while De La Salle-Zobel topped the 14-under section in the Milcu Basketball Summer Showcase on Wednesday at the AMA Gym.
Ian Chua tallied 19 points and 16 rebounds as the Xavier Golden Stallions beat Philippine Youth Elite-AMA, 60-52, in the finals of the 10-and-under class. Xavier’s Nico Tan was named Most Valuable Player.
The DLSZ Junior Archers downed Chiang Kai Shek College, 68-48, in the 14-and-under finals with Guilbert Dee pumping in 14 points and five rebounds. Jac Macasaet was adjudged as the MVP.
Kyle Rivera had 19 points and 22 rebounds as the 12-under MVP led Philippine Youth Elite-AMA chalked to a 75-68 win over La Salle-Greenhills in the final.
The CKSC Blue Dragons leaned on Joshua Tolentino’s 24-point effort to beat Xavier, 66-56, in the 13-and-under finals. Tolentino also finished with four rebounds, four assists, and three steals in the championship game to capture the MVP trophy.
Chua and Tan were joined in the 10-and-under Mythical Five by Timothy Cruz of Marist, Samuel Amiel Alonzo of Marist, and Edward Kent Centones of RP Youth Elite-AMA.
In the 12-and-under, the Mythical Five were Rivera, Jacob Militar of Marist, Thirdy Torres of La Salle Greenhills-A, Kenji Duremdes of LSGH-A, and Rencobie Tolentino of Youth-Elite.
The Mythical Five in the 13-and-under were Joshua Tolentino of CKSC, Jynno Angelo Ladimo of Ateneo, Heintrick Miguel Tan of Xavier, Miguel Roy Luis Tan of Xavier, and Rejoice Jimenez of CKSC.
Macasaet, Dee, Ike Jordan Lim of MGC New Life Christian Academy, Lance Alandy Dy of Xavier, and Kenji Canete of CKSC were named Mythical Five in the 14-and-under class of the tournament organized by Got Skills and supported by LGR Sports Wear, Magic 89.9, Gatorade, Blackwater Sports, Kawasaki Motors, and Honda Cars Greenhills.