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FilOil 2012: San Beda now 5-0, Blue Eagles win 2nd straight

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Saturday, 28 April 2012 3,540 Views / 50 Comments

The San Beda Red Lions asserted its dominance for their 5th straight win by literally demolishing the UE Red Warriors, 91-57.

After leading by 7-points in the 1st half, the Red Lions exploded in the 3rd quarter with a 33-point outburst and there was nothing the Red Warriors could do at that point.

Julius Armon led the Red Lions with 17-points followed by Rome Dela Rosa with 12-points and 8 rebounds.  Roy Sumang again carried the scoring load for the Red Warriors with 14-points including 5 rebounds and 4 assists.

San Beda completely out-rebounded the Red Warriors, 50-37.  The Red Lions had 36 defensive rebounds compared to UE’s 21, igniting San Beda’s vaunted running attack with 18 fastbreak points with only 6 for the Red Warriors.

In the 2nd game, after a tight 1st quarter, the Ateneo Blue Eagles held-off a tenacious UP Fighting Maroons, 69-60, to improve to a 4-1 slate in the tournament.

Greg Slaughter led Ateneo with 15-points and 12 rebounds followed by Tonino Gonzaga with 12-points and rebounds, Nico Salva also with 12-points and Justin Chua with 11-points.  UP’s Raul Soyud led all scorers with 16-points including 9 rebounds.

The Fighting Maroons had 16 2nd chance points with Ateneo only having 6. However, the Blue Eagles shot better from the floor 42% compared to UP’s 30%.

SBC 91 – Armon 17, Dela Rosa 12, PascualJ. 8, Caram 8, Koga 8, Ludovice 8, Moralde 6, Abarcar 6, Amer 5, Lim 5, Pascual K. 4, Dela Cruz 4
UE 57 – Sumang 14, Galanza 6, Sumido 6, Noble 6, Alberto 5, Belleza 4, Flores 3, Duran 3, Villarias 2, Valdez 2, Casajeros 2, Razon 2, Hernandez 2

ADMU 69 – Slaughter 15, Gonzaga 12, Salva 12, Chua 11, Tiongson 8, Ravena 5, Sumalinog 2, Elorde 2, Erram 2
UP 60 – Soyud 16, Silungan 9, Padilla 9, Hipolito 8, Lopez 6, Romero 6, Ball 4, Gamboa 2


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Mike is a former NCAA Game analyst under Studio 23. He was also a former Game Analyst for the 2005 Collegiate Champions League (CCL), 2008 Philippine Collegiate Championships (PCC), 2005 and 2006 National Basketball Conference (NBC) and 2005 Global Destiny Basketball League (GBDL). Started writing about College Basketball with uaapgames.com. Follow me on Twitter: michaelabasolo

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