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    Arellano stays unbeaten as Mapua, JRU also dump NCAA Juniors foes

    Jul 27, 2018
    Aaron Fermin continued to dominate down low for the Braves.
    PHOTO: dante peralta

    AARON Fermin continued to dominate for Arellano High School, this time leading his crew to a 98-93 victory over San Sebastian to stay unbeaten in the NCAA Season 94 juniors tournament Friday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.

    The third-year center threw his weight in the paint to notch 22 points, 18 rebounds, and two blocks to keep his side unscathed after three outings.

    Rom Junsay led the Braves in scoring with 25 points and five assists, Lars Sunga chimed in 16 points and six rebounds, and Marlon Espiritu got 15.

    Resty Fornis also made his imprint inside with his nine points and 15 boards in the win.

    Kean Baclaan’s heroic effort of 28 points, seven rebounds, and six assists against nine turnovers went down the drain for the Staglets as they dropped to a 2-3 card.

    John Pinero had 18 points and five rebounds, while Milo Janao added 16 points and five boards in the loss.

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    Clint Escamis also towed Mapua to back-to-back wins with a 93-76 whipping of Lyceum.

    The Red Robin junior led the mauling with 26 points, eight rebounds, two assists, and two steals.

    Jonnel Policarpio also piled up a double-double with his 17 points and 11 boards, as Dan Arches and Roseler Sarias both scored 11 apiece as Mapua improved to a 2-1 record.

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    Marj de Leon did his part for the Junior Pirates (2-3) with 14 points and 10 rebounds.

    Mac Guadana had 13 points and six boards, while John Barba got 12 points, six assists, and five rebounds in the losing cause.

    JRU High School also leveled its record to an even 2-2 after turning back Letran.

    John Delos Santos topped the Light Bombers with an all-around effort of 15 points, six assists, five rebounds, and four steals.

    John Amores contributed 13 points, four rebounds, and four assists, just as Gab Baluyot logged 12 points and five boards.

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    The Squires fell to 1-2 for the season and only saw a good performance from Shawn Umali, who took advantage of his extended playing time to collect 12 points and nine rebounds.

    The scores:

    First game:

    JRU 71 – Delos Santos 15, Amores 13, Baluyot 13, Dionisio 9, Buno 7, Icban 5, Mendoza 5, Vasquez 2, Portales 2.

    LETRAN 59 – Umali 12, Romenez 8, Guarino 7, Santiago 7, Miranda 5, Yanes 5, Tibayan 4, Tolentino 4, Lontok 3, Omega 2, Tabajen 2, Argente 0, Caugiran 0, Culanay 0.

    Quarters: 14-20, 32-30, 51-47, 71-59.

    Second game:

    ARELLANO 98 – Junsay 25, Fermin 22, Sunga 16, Espiritu 15, Fornis 9, Domingo 4, Cabili 3, Liangco 2, Templonuevo 2, Sahali 0, Tolentino 0.

    SAN SEBASTIAN 93 – Baclaan 28, Pinero 18, Janao 16, Perez 9, Are 8, Balo 8, Bonalos 4, Dela Cruz 2, Cortes 0, Gomez 0, Loristo 0, Suico 0.

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    Quarters: 22-18, 43-45, 73-70, 98-93.

    Third game:

    MAPUA 93 – Escamis 26, Policarpio 17, Arches 11, Sarias 11, Smith 8, Dennison 4, Diaz 4, Quimado 4, Hernandez 3, Mariano 3, Lazarte 2, Fransman 0, Samonteza 0, Tagal 0.

    LYCEUM 76 – De Leon 14, Guadana 13, Barba 12, Jugar 11, Omandac 7, Pagdanganan 6, Gudmalin 5, De Guia 4, Tulabut 4, Caringal 0, Dejelo 0, Nocal 0, Ragasa 0.

    Quarters: 16-16, 44-34, 71-51, 93-76.

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    Aaron Fermin continued to dominate down low for the Braves.
    PHOTO: dante peralta
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