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NCAA 98: Perps’ Ramirez-Marapoc romp EAC to go 7-0

University of Perpetual Help continued its mastery by dominating Emilio Aguinaldo College, 21 – 15, 21 – 14, in the NCAA Season 98 Men’s Beach Volleyball on Thursday at Subic Zambales.

The Atlas’ Louie Ramirez and Jefferson Marapoc took down the Generals’ Ralph Pitogo and Joshua Ramilio in a surprisingly quick affair.

Ramirez and Marapoc also defeated Mapua University’s Kenneth Eslapor and Marlowe Jamisola, 21 – 16, 21 – 12.

Perpetual still remained at the top spot with an unblemished 7-0 record, while EAC is still at solo second at 6-1.

Arellano University’s Adrian Villados and Clarence Guinto routed Lyceum’s Deon Colorado and Vergel Golloso, 21 – 11, 21 – 18 before beating JRU’s Reggie Quilban and Janer Prado 21 – 11, 21 – 16, improving their record to 5-1 at solo third.

Meanwhile, San Beda University rose to 4-3 at solo fourth with Red Spikers’ Josh Rus and Mohammad Tahiluddin averting College of St. Benilde’s Kyle Valera and Leonard Jabou, 14 – 21, 21 – 17, 15 – 11.

Rus and Talihuddin also bested EAC’s Pitogo and Ramilio, 26 – 24, 21 – 9.

On the other hand, San Sebastian College Recoletos’ Kyle Villamor and Kerk Araño moved up to solo fifth after taking down Mapua’s Eslapor and Jamisola, 21 – 18, 21 – 14 and Letran’s Justine Alejandro and Christer Ambrosio, 21 – 11, 21 – 10.

The Knights and the Cardinals are tied in the sixth spot, along with CSB, with 3-4 records.

LPU and JRU are still at the bottom with hapless 0-7 records.

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Mapua’s Jamisola was called out in the game against EAC as he was substituted for Benedict San Andres due to an illness.

Then, the Pirates’ Golloso was replaced by Jansen Palad during the game against Letran because of a muscle strain.

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