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Letran’s Yu makes sensational CCE debut as EAC’s Carlos takes solo lead

Letran’s Fran Yu turned back Mapua’s Warren Bonifacio through a reverse 2-1 sweep in the second week of the College Center for Esports’ exhibition matches last Saturday.

Both Yu and Bonifacio were making their CCE debuts.

The NCAA Season 95 Finals MVP dropped a lopsided Game One to Bonifacio who played Saber dominantly which finished off Yu in just four minutes and 31 seconds of action via a 3-1 decision.

Yu ignited his comeback in Game Two using Sun, escaping NCAA Season 93 juniors champion’s Saber via a tight 3-2 win. He then closed it out with an indestructible Uranus in Game Three, scoring 3-1 to finish off Bonifacio in 12 minutes and 51 seconds.

Also coming out victorious was Michael Are of San Sebastian College-Recoletos who took out Yancy Remulla of Lyceum in a tight 3-1 win.

Are raised his slate to 1-1 while dropping Remulla to 0-2.

On Sunday, San Beda University’s Damie Cuntapay bounced back from his opening weekend loss by sweeping Arellano University’s Kai Oliva, 2-0, through his signature Lesley.

Kyle Carlos of Emilio Aguinaldo College then capped off the night with a 2-1 victory over Carlo Lim of College of St. Benilde to take the solo lead at 2-0, taking down the Blazer’s X.Borg through Paquito.

Cuntapay, Oliva, and Lim all went down to 1-1.

Yu will next face Jose Rizal University’s Jan Abaoag on Saturday followed by the match between Bonifacio and University of Perpetual Help Dalta’s Jasper Cuevas.

On Sunday, Oliva will go up against Bonifacio while Abaoag will take on Lim.

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