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UAAP S77 Men’s Track and Field Day 4 Recap & Results

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With Far Eastern University’s championship in the books coming into day 4, the team only had the individual awards left to conquer. With two of the top athletes in the league both coming from FEU, it was a toss-up between Sprint King Clinton Bautista and Multi-Event Champion Janry Ubas. Bautista had three gold medals and one silver medal heading into the final day of competition while his compatriot, Ubas, had three gold medals and one bronze medal so far. The two went head-to-head but as fate would have it, Ubas was crowned Most Valuable Player for the season. He went on to win the gold medal in the Pole Vault and claim silver in the High Jump.

The 4th day proved to be exciting as FEU displayed their dominance against the rest of the pack with a staggering 479 points to win their 5th straight crown. De La Salle University and University of Sto. Tomas duked it out until the end as the boys from Taft place 2nd in a very competitive finish for the podium against both UST and University of the Philippines. DLSU won by a hair against UST, with both teams scoring 228 points and 226, respectively. UP came in 4th with 202 points.

Most teams were already losing players left and right with all sorts of injuries from strained hamstrings, to shin splints, and the like, but this didn’t stop all teams from still going hard and trying to surpass their physical limits.

Track Events

UST made a heavy case for their fight for the podium finish with Dave Gumacal opening the day with a gold medal finish in the 5000m walk. Gumacal finished ahead of the rest of the pack with a time of 26:35.09 seconds, three minutes ahead of the 1st runner-up. In an event where the slightest hint of an athlete running would merit an automatic warning, athletes have to be very wary of the way they “walk”. With this in all of the competitors’ minds, each time they were given a warning on their form, they had to adjust and this messed with the focus of some athletes but Gumacal, who incurred one warning early in the race, didn’t let up as he outlapped some of the other competitors. Coming in far 2nd was FEU’s Jong Penetrado with a time of 29:46.73 seconds and rounding up the top three was Jethro Esposo from UP who clocked in with a time of 31:15.27 seconds.

With the reigning 2013 UAAP Champion for the 400m hurdles out with a strained hamstring, the absence of Patrick Sacro Unso was the window of opportunity that the other hurdlers were looking for. Looking to capitalize on Unso’s absence was 2013 1st runner-up Gerard Morales from UST, who placed 2nd in the elimination round behind his teammate Roque Lesondra. Coming in 3rd in the heats was DLSU’s Nestly Tercero. The finals showcased the absence of the former champion as the gold medal was up for grabs this time. Morales finally won the elusive gold medal as he clocked in at 54.77 seconds and finished 0.61 seconds earlier than DLSU’s Tercero. Lesondra wasn’t far off from Tercero either as he finished with a time of 55.81 seconds to be awarded the bronze medal.

John Rey Moreno proved his win in the 3000m steeplechase wasn’t a fluke with another dominant showing in the 5000m run. The trackster from DLSU finished with a time of 16:08.38 seconds in a field that saw the top nine finish under the 17-minute mark. Moreno was the clear gold medal winner but the silver and bronze medals were tightly contested between UST teammates Kevin Capangpangan and Rustom Nava. The head-to-head finish in the last 100m treated the audience to a finish that separated the two competitors within 0.54 seconds from each other. It was Capangpangan that finished 1st runner-up to Moreno and Nava claimed the bronze medal finish, his 2nd medal for the whole competition.

In an injury-laden competition, Ateneo de Manila University stole the show against the heavyweights of the 4x400m relay by bagging the gold medal, their only medal for the whole competition, against a still very competitive field of sprinters. ADMU was not in the running after the 2nd leg of the race, but the last two runners helped the boys in blue slowly make their way against the rest of their rivals. Anchor Luis De Jesus was able to sneak in from behind against UST’s Morales to win the photo finish. Miguel Guevarra, John Ruiz, and Jose Magturo rounded up the relay team of the first place finishers. ADMU finished with a time of 3:21.03 seconds while UST finished 0.17 seconds later. DLSU claimed the 3rd place finish with a time of 3:21.43 seconds showing how tight the top three battle was.

Field Events

Ubas reminded the field of his dominance in the Decathlon with a 4.30m jump in the Men’s Pole Vault. Dubbed as the “MVP” even prior to winning the event, he jumped a 4.40m vault in the Men’s Decathlon but failed to top that performance with the 4.30m finish in the individual event. Coming in 2nd was UP’s David Managuelod with a jump of 4.20m and his teammate, Robert Miguel Nasis, grabbed the bronze medal finish with a jump of 4.10m.

FEU continued to bag medals left and right throughout the day as the top two spots in the men’s High Jump were awarded to the tracksters from Morayta. Kieth Quilo beat his teammate and favorite Ubas as Quilo leaped for 1.95m. University of the East’s Jay-ar Tungcol finished with a jump of 1.90m but he incurred a foul in the lower heights which saw him place 3rd despite jumping the same height as the multi-talented Ubas.

The Hammer Throw did not go fully in UP’s way as DLSU’s Matt Crespo spoiled an all-UP podium finish by throwing 42.77m. UP rounded up the top five as it was an all-UP dominance from the silver medal finish up until the 5th spot in the top eight. Felix Camagay was the other thrower to reach the 40m mark with a heave of 40.11m. His teammates all threw at least 35m as Geoff Rodriguez, Anthony Matias, and Michael Baguisa threw 37.28, 36.20, and 35.65m respectively.

UP’s Baguisa wasn’t done for the day as he placed 2nd to his teammate in the Discus Throw with a throw of 36.30m. His teammate and Discus Throw specialist, Elijah Guevarra, threw 37.05m to bag the gold medal. FEU’s Brayan-Jay Pacheco snagged the bronze medal finish with a throw of 35.20m but not far behind was DLSU’s Crespo with a throw of 34.68 that placed him 4th overall. Pacheco, went on to be awarded the Rookie of The Year for the competition as he topped the Shot Put Throw, won the silver medal in the Javelin Throw, and snagged the bronze medal in the Discus Throw.

Final overall ranking

RANKINGTEAM
 ADUADMUUEUPUSTDLSUFEU
OVERALL TOTAL2259106202226228479

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4TH DAYADUADMUDLSUFEUUEUSTUP
5000MW61281510
HIGH JUMP136174
DISCUS THROW817231
400MH8126131
1500M141429
POLE VAULT122224
HAMMER THROW4151236
5000M199624
4X400MR2151064128
TOTAL FOR DAY 46249612340111113

 

5000M WALK (FINAL)
RANKBIB#Name (Family name, First name)TeamDivisionRESULTSREMARKS
1224GUMACAL, DAVEUSTMen26:35.09GOLD
2176PENETRADO, JONG JOHANFEUMen29:46.73SILVER
3206ESPOSO, JETHROUPMen31:15.27BRONZE
4189NAKILA, FERNAN M.UEMen33:14.32
5147JUNGGAY, ERICDLSUMen36:32.14
235TAPALES, LEONELUSTMenDQ
174LIRIO, REYNALDOFEUMenDQ
122BORJA, SEGISADMUMenDQ
202ANGAN, JEREMIAHUPMenDQ
226LAMACLAMAC, JONH LYODUSTMenDQ
194VERDERA JR., EDWIN Q.UEMenDQ
129MARCHADESCH, LEANDROADMUMenDQ

 

HIGH JUMP (FINAL)
RANKBIB#Name (Family name, First name)TeamDivisionRESULTSREMARKS
1177QUILO, KIETH MARJOFEUMen1.95GOLD
2180UBAS, JANRYFEUMen1.90SILVER
3193TUNGCOL, JAY-AR A.UEMen1.90BRONZE
4182BALBUENA, TOMMY B.UEMen1.85 
5164BAUTISTA, CLINTON KINGSLEYFEUMen1.85 
6213NASIS, ROBERT MIGUEL FRANCEUPMen1.85 
7179TOLENTINO, ROLLYFEUMen1.75 
8124GONZALEZ, HENRYADMUMen1.65 
9141AHORRO, KRISTIANDLSUMen1.65 
10228MATILING, MARK LESTERUSTMen1.65 
11144DE JESUS, ANTONDLSUMen1.65 
12110PANGANIBAN, RALPHADUMen1.60 
133VALERA, LEOADMUMenNR

 

400MH (HEATS)
HEATR/HBIB#Name (Family name, First name)TeamDivisionRESULTSREMARKS
11230MORALES, GERARDUSTMen56.60Q
12156TERCERO, NESTLYDLSUMen56.92Q
13134VILLANUEVA, RABBIADMUMen58.07Q
14126JESUS, LUIS MIGUEL DEADMUMen58.16Q
15165DELOS SANTOS, MARK IANFEUMen58.26
16184DE VERA, JAYARR O.UEMen1:01.13
17201ANDRESIO, ALVIN LLOYDUPMen1:01.14
18101ASUNCION, ANTHONYADUMen1:02.60
21225HERA, JOELUSTMen57.07Q
22157UICHICO, TIMOTHYDLSUMen58.43
23130RUIZ, JOHN MICHAELADMUMen59.42
24185GARAY, PETER JEFFREY H.UEMen1:01.97
25107MARQUINA, FLORENZEADUMen1:02.96
2211MEJIA, JAIME IMMANUELUPMenDNF
2158UNSO, PATRICKDLSUMenDNS
2164BAUTISTA, CLINTON KINGSLEYFEUMenDNS
31227LESONDRA, ROQUEUSTMen55.62Q
32168GALCERAN, WILLIAMFEUMen57.23Q
33191PACIS, RAFDIE G.UEMen57.33Q
34229MEDALLA, RUDYUSTMen58.34
35145DEL PRADO, MICHAELDLSUMen58.52
36188MIGUEL, BLAISE N.UEMen1:02.76
37208LEGASPI, JETHRO RUSTICOUPMen1:03.81 

 

DISCUS THROW (FINAL)
RANKBIB#Name (Family name, First name)TeamDivisionRESULTSWVREMARKS
1207GUEVARA, ELIJAHUPMen37.05GOLD
2203BAGUISA, MICHAEL ROMMELUPMen36.30SILVER
3175PACHECO, BRAYAN-JAYFEUMen35.20BRONZE
4142CRESPO, MATDLSUMen34.68
5178QUITAIN, JOHNWELFEUMen33.47
6216RODRIGUEZ, GEOFFUPMen33.23
7192SOLIMAN, JOAL T.UEMen32.19
8169GADIAN, REJOHN CLIFFFEUMen30.73
9170GONZALES, KENNYFEUMen30.20
10151PADILLA, SEBASTIANDLSUMen29.94
11108OTEYZA, CHRISTOPHERADUMen29.42
12153SENDO, CARLODLSUMen26.19

 

400MH (FINAL)
RANKBIB#Name (Family name, First name)TeamDivisionRESULTSREMARKS
1230MORALES, GERARDUSTMen54.77GOLD
2156TERCERO, NESTLYDLSUMen55.38SILVER
3227LESONDRA, ROQUEUSTMen55.81BRONZE
4126JESUS, LUIS MIGUEL DEADMUMen56.96
5168GALCERAN, WILLIAMFEUMen56.97
6225HERA, JOELUSTMen57.90
7134VILLANUEVA, RABBIADMUMen58.07
8191PACIS, RAFDIE G.UEMen59.13

 

1500M (FINAL)
RANKBIB#Name (Family name, First name)TeamDivisionRESULTSWVREMARKS
1232NERI, ELBRENUSTMen4:01.74GOLD
2163ANGUS, JOMARFEUMen4:02.14SILVER
3221CAPANGPANGAN, KEVINUSTMen4:04.32BRONZE
4150MORENO, JOHN REYDLSUMen4:06.54
5152PARCON, ERWINDLSUMen4:07.47
6231NAVA, RUSTOMUSTMen4:07.60
7172HIPONA, ARLON JOHNFEUMen4:08.75
8190NARIDO, DAVESON KYLEUEMen4:12.29
9195VILLAFRANCA, REYNOLD F.UEMen4:14.14
10171GONGOB, PHILIP JOHNFEUMen4:15.59
11106LAPU-OS, JOSEADUMen4:32.56
12149MALATE, ROLANDDLSUMen4:35.18
13113SENIT, CHRISTIAN LLOYDADUMen4:37.17
14102CAPORADO, JUAN CARLOSADUMen4:40.90
15181ARENA, JAYSON D.UEMen5:00.56

 

POLE VAULT (FINAL)
RANKBIB#Name (Family name, First name)TeamDivisionRESULTSWVREMARKS
1180UBAS, JANRYFEUMen4.30GOLD
2209MANAGUELOD, DAVID IMMANUELUPMen4.20SILVER
3213NASIS, ROBERT MIGUEL FRANCEUPMen4.10BRONZE
4160VALENZUELA, ANDREDLSUMen3.90
6170GONZALES, KENNYFEUMen3.70
5154SUGUE, KEVINDLSUMen3.70
7217SANTIAGO, GABRIELUPMen3.50
8165DELOS SANTOS, MARK IANFEUMen3.30
9144DE JESUS, ANTONDLSUMen3.10
10185GARAY, PETER JEFFREY H.UEMen3.10
11159VALDECANAS, ADELDLSUMen3.10
12169GADIAN, REJOHN CLIFFFEUMen3.10
13228MATILING, MARK LESTERUSTMen2.90
14123CAPINPIN, JOSEPH BERNARDADMUMen2.90
132THURMAN, SAMUELADMUMenNR
227LESONDRA, ROQUEUSTMenNR

 

HAMMER THROW – MEN (FINAL)
RANKBIB#Name (Family name, First name)TeamDivisionRESULTSREMARKS
1142CRESPO, MATDLSUMen42.77GOLD
2205CAMAGAY, FELIX ALEJANDROUPMen40.11SILVER
3216RODRIGUEZ, GEOFFUPMen37.28BRONZE
4210MATIAS, ANTHONY RAYUPMen36.20
5203BAGUISA, MICHAEL ROMMELUPMen35.65
6108OTEYZA, CHRISTOPHERADUMen34.93
7192SOLIMAN, JOAL T.UEMen29.54
8178QUITAIN, JOHNWELFEUMen22.98
169GADIAN, REJOHN CLIFFFEUMenDNP

 

5000M – MEN (FINAL)
RANKBIB#Name (Family name, First name)TeamDivisionRESULTSWVREMARKS
1150MORENO, JOHN REYDLSUMen16:08.38GOLD
2221CAPANGPANGAN, KEVINUSTMen16:11.21SILVER
3231NAVA, RUSTOMUSTMen16:11.75BRONZE
4163ANGUS, JOMARFEUMen16:19.83
5195VILLAFRANCA, REYNOLD F.UEMen16:24.62
6152PARCON, ERWINDLSUMen16:27.12
7232NERI, ELBRENUSTMen16:43.83
8171GONGOB, PHILIP JOHNFEUMen16:44.10
9190NARIDO, DAVESON KYLEUEMen16:45.01
10173HIPONA, ACE JOSHUAFEUMen17:19.26
11161ABUTAS, EVELOUFEUMen17:35.98
12113SENIT, CHRISTIAN LLOYDADUMen17:36.93
13220VELASCO, FRANZ RAPHAELUPMen17:37.30
14162ABANADOR, MICHAELFEUMen18:26.44
15224GUMACAL, DAVEUSTMen19:13.93
181ARENA, JAYSON D.UEMenDNF
106LAPU-OS, JOSEADUMenDNF

 

4x400M RELAY – MEN (FINAL)
RANKBIB#Name (Family name, First name)TeamDivisionRESULTSREMARKS
1126JESUS, LUIS MIGUEL DEADMUMen3:21.03GOLD
128MAGTURO, JOSEADMUMen
125GUEVARRA, MIGUELADMUMen
130RUIZ, JOHN MICHAELADMUMen
2222DE VERA, DUSTINEUSTMen3:21.20SILVER
227LESONDRA, ROQUEUSTMen
229MEDALLA, RUDYUSTMen
230MORALES, GERARDUSTMen
3145DEL PRADO, MICHAELDLSUMen3:21.43BRONZE
146EJERCITO, JERICHODLSUMen 
155TANHUECO, JASPERDLSUMen 
156TERCERO, NESTLYDLSUMen 
4201ANDRESIO, ALVIN LLOYDUPMen3:23.86 
211MEJIA, JAIME IMMANUELUPMen 
215RAMOS, JULIAN RUSSELUPMen 
218SORIANO, JOSE QUINTIN GABRIELUPMen 
5163ANGUS, JOMARFEUMen3:27.58 
168GALCERAN, WILLIAMFEUMen 
172HIPONA, ARLON JOHNFEUMen 
167EBCAS, JERWENFEUMen 
6183BAUTISTA, JOHANN KYLE A.UEMen3:32.48 
184DE VERA, JAYARR O.UEMen 
186GARCIA, MARK ALBERT T.UEMen 
191PACIS, RAFDIE G.UEMen 
7101ASUNCION, ANTHONYADUMen3:38.33 
104DAIN, RUSSEL LOUIEADUMen 
109PACHECO, RAY MARTADUMen 
112SAPALLO, ARCHIEADUMen 

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Composed Ceres-Negros expels Shan United in shootout victory

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2017 AFC ASEAN Zone Champions Ceres-Negros banked on their poise and composure from the spot as they knocked out Myanmar’s Shan United via a 4-3 penalty shootout (1-1 after extra time) triumph, Tuesday evening at the Thuwunna Stadium in Yangon, Myanmar.

The Negrenses punched their ticket to Brisbane, Australia after emerging the better spotkick takers. Four Busmen were on target, while two of their Shan Warriors counterparts fluffed their lines.

The two domestic champions were inseparable after 120 minutes, with the hosts holding their own against the Philippine champions. Ceres-Negros looked the more dominant of the two teams. However, they couldn’t make the advantage count where it mattered, as they failed to breach the sturdy Shan United defense inside the first two regulation halves.

The visitors were visibly more comfortable in the first half, but with the scores staying level at the break, the less-fancied Myanmar champions eventually found their footing in the encounter. While there were several half-chances from either side to open the scoring, both defenses remained defiant en route to unwanted extra time.

“It was a tough game. We weren’t ready to play 120 minutes because we only had four training sessions before the game but everytime we wear this jersey, we represent Ceres, we represent Bacolod, we represent the Philippines, so we have to give our best,” Ceres’ defender Carli de Murga elaborated to the Inquirer after the match. The Asian Football season has yet to start, and with both teams not too busy with pre-season preparations, rust and fatigue in a demanding affair were evident.

Come extra time, Ceres-Negros took the initiative when Stephan Schröck’s deflected effort went past the helpless Thiha Si Thu just three minutes into the first half.

Nonetheless, the hosts refused to go down without a fight, and their resilience was rewarded later in the opening half. Substitute Patrick Asare found the back of the net to restore parity in Yangon.

Another 15 minutes of goalless action took place in the second half as both teams looked more cautious, perhaps with the collective aim of avoiding a costly error or two. Among all the chances, Schröck’s in the 114th minute may have proved to be the closest to changing the scores, as his attempt shaved the post.

Shan United took to the spot first, where Asare made his penalty attempt count. Nay Lin Tun also made his, but not before teammate Chizoba smashed his attempt over Toni Doblas’ goal.

While the hosts squandered a shot, the visitors remained calm in front of a hostile Myanmar crowd. De Murga, Schröck and Mike Ott nailed their turns, with Marañon also not missing a vital kick from 12 yards.

It set up William Biassi Nyakwe, the man credited with the own goal when he deflected Schröck’s opener, with the chance to prolong his team’s campaign in the AFC Champions League. Unfortunately for him, he couldn’t atone for his earlier mistake, as his attempt soared high and wide — much to the delight of the visiting team from Bacolod, the Philippines.

The reward for Ceres-Negros is a trip to Queensland, Australia, where they will seek to do one better than compatriots Global-Cebu. The 2016 Philippine champions also played against the Brisbane Roar, who dealt them a staggering 6-0 hammering this time last year. The match will be held at the Suncorp Stadium on January 23.

As for Shan United, a spot in the AFC Cup Group Stage awaits them and they may not have seen the last of Ceres-Negros just yet. If the Negrenses lose to either Brisbane Roar or Tianjin Quanjian, they will be reacquainted with the Burmese champions in Group F.

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Abu Tratter plans to work his way to 2023 by continuing to do ‘the dirty work’

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Abu Tratter may have missed the jersey-giving ceremony that the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas held for the 23 for 2023 cadets last Monday but he made sure to help out when the current batch needed him the most.

After helping the Marinerong Pilipino Skippers win the Sinulog Cup in Cebu a week ago, the 6-foot-7 Filipino-American did not hesitate to heed Gilas’ call, as they were undermanned for their second session in preparation for the 2019 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers.

“I think it’s just an honor to put on this jersey, to be able to represent our country, to possibly represent our country in the future. It’s an honor,” shared the Laguna-native.

The 25-year old, who just celebrated his birthday last January 9, admitted that he was in awe of the talent inside the Meralco Gym. Like a fan, he wanted to take a few photo ops with the senior team’s Gabe Norwood and June Mar Fajardo.

“Actually, at first I was just shocked to see June Mar and Gabe, just to be able to be in the midst of them,” gushed the former DLSU Green Archer, who will suit-up for Marinerong Pilipino in the D-League. “I even asked them for a picture, and hopefully they’ll still give me one.

“It’s just humbling, definitely.”

However, the work has only began for Tratter. With five years to go until the 2023 FIBA World Cup, the two-time UAAP champion plans to continue to do what he does best — be the same scrapper that he is and hopefully catch the eye of Gilas’ brass.

“I think just doing the dirty work, of course. Giving whatever the team needs, rebound or any steals, any thing a dirty player would need to pick up on,” he said.

“That’s how it is, garbage into gold. Get anything, sweep up anything and try to put it back.”

Moreover, he will continue answering the call when Gilas needs him, as he himself is learning a lot from being surrounded by the country’s topflight cagers.

“Whenever I can. I want to be able to absorb all the information coming from here and hopefully apply it in the D-League and hopefully apply it on future practices, future games.”

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Terrence Romeo invited to join Pilipinas 3×3 for World Cup

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Stronger than ever

Scoring sensation Terrence Romeo has been invited by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas to join the Philippine team in the upcoming FIBA 3X3 World Cup, according to Philippine Star columnist Quinito Henson.

Romeo, who is currently out due to a right knee injury, has been in rehabilitation and is expected to miss the entire Philippine Cup campaign of the Globalport Batang Pier and the second window of the 2019 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers.

“Baka sa second conference na ko makabalik kasi talagang gusto ko malakas ako pagbalik ko,” the 25-year-old shared during Chooks-to-Go Live last January 2.

SBP Executive Director Sonny Barrios personally met with the 6-foot guard, inviting him to be part of the Philippine team.

Romeo has plenty of 3×3 basketball experience under his belt.

Back in 2014, Romeo was part of the Manila West 3×3 team during the Manila Masters. He was adjudged as the tournament Most Valuable Player.

The 2018 3X3 World Cup will take place from June 8-12 at the Philippine Arena in Bocaue, Bulacan.

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Red Spikers extinguish Blazers for second win

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Shaking off a forgettable outing against the Perpetual Help Altas last January 11, the San Beda College Red Spikers vented their ire on defending champions College of Saint Benilde Blazers in four sets, 25-15, 25-16, 23-25, 26-24, and claimed their second win of the season, Friday afternoon at the FilOil Flying V Centre.

“Sabi ng coaches kalimutan na yung talo,” shared captain Lorenze Santos of what transpired after that match.

So, in this game, the San Beda team poured on what they worked hard for to regain momentum. “Binuhos po namin lahat ng ginawa namin sa training [ngayon].”

After tight starts in all the first two sets, the Mendiola-based side pulled away to register the seemingly insurmountable 2-0 lead.

Nonetheless, summoning the heart of a champion and led by seniors Isaah Arda and Jethro Orian, the reigning champions pulled off gritty runs to snag the third set and making a tussle of the fourth.

Ultimately, Adrian Viray virtually ended the match with a vicious serve, which the Blazers failed to convert.

The prolific outside hitter finished with 17 points, 11 coming from attacks and five off blocks. Former skipper Mark Encino also registered 17 markers.

The Red Spikers (2-1) will face the Mapua University, also at 2-1, on Friday, January 19.

Orian was such a presence at the net, ending up with 20 points for the Taft-based squad.

The defending champions Blazers (2-1) will try to bounce back later that day against San Sebastian College (0-3).

The Scores:

SBC 3 – Viray 17, Enciso 17, Santos 11, Patenio 7, Amagan 7, Desuyo 3, Zabala 0, Genobaten 0, Manliclic 0, Casin L.

CSB 1 – Orian 20, Arda 18, Bacani 6, Basilan 4, Bautista 4, Magsino 2, Martinez 0, Garcia 0, San Miguel 0, Saldavia 0, Dy L.

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