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Tiebreaker Times NU-NS, FEU-D notch playoff incentive in UAAP Boys' Basketball ADMU AdU Basketball DLSU FEU News NU UAAP UE UP UST  UST Boys Basketball UPIS Boys Basketball UE Boys Basketball UAAP Season 82 Boys' Basketball UAAP Season 82 Terrence Fortea Ruzzell Dominguez Reyland Torres Reggie Varilla Penny Estacio NU Boys Basketball Lebron Lopez Kevin Quiambao Kean Baclaan Jon Cudiamat John Quimado John Figueroa John Erolon Jacob Cortez Ian Espinosa Harold Alarcon Goldwin Monteverde Forthsky Padrigao FEU Boys Basketball DLSZ Boys Basketball CJ Austria Chiolo Anonuevo Carl Tamayo Bismarck Lina Ateneo Boys Basketball Allan Albano Adamson Boys Basketball

National University-Nazareth School and Far Eastern University-Diliman sealed the twice-to-beat incentives in the UAAP Season 82 Boys’ Basketball Tournament at the Filoil Flying V Centre. 

The Bullpups dealt University of the East a 124-60 shellacking; meanwhile, the Baby Tamaraws handed University of the Philippines Integrated School a 115-66 bludgeoning.

Reyland Torres led the romp with 17 points, 10 rebounds, four assists, and four steals, while Carl Tamayo also had 17 markers and eight boards.

NU rose to 11-0.

Terrence Fortea got 12 points, while Harold Alarcon and Kevin Quiambao each uncorked 10 markers.

CJ Austria unloaded 20 points, five rebounds and four steals in the losing cause for the 3-8 UE.

“Binibigay ko credit sa players kasi sila naman nagtatrabaho sa practice. ‘Yun ang gusto namin — makakuha ng twice-to-beat. Hindi mo rin pwede biruin ang Ateneo, UST, Adamson eh, kasi malakas din sila,” said FEU coach Allan Albano after his team improve to 10-1.

Penny Estacio unleashed 17 points and five assists for FEU, while Aeron Bagunu had 16 markers. Chiolo Anonuevo stuffed the stat sheet with six points, 11 rebounds, seven assists, five steals, and a block.

Tiebreaker Times NU-NS, FEU-D notch playoff incentive in UAAP Boys' Basketball ADMU AdU Basketball DLSU FEU News NU UAAP UE UP UST  UST Boys Basketball UPIS Boys Basketball UE Boys Basketball UAAP Season 82 Boys' Basketball UAAP Season 82 Terrence Fortea Ruzzell Dominguez Reyland Torres Reggie Varilla Penny Estacio NU Boys Basketball Lebron Lopez Kevin Quiambao Kean Baclaan Jon Cudiamat John Quimado John Figueroa John Erolon Jacob Cortez Ian Espinosa Harold Alarcon Goldwin Monteverde Forthsky Padrigao FEU Boys Basketball DLSZ Boys Basketball CJ Austria Chiolo Anonuevo Carl Tamayo Bismarck Lina Ateneo Boys Basketball Allan Albano Adamson Boys Basketball
Meanwhile, Ateneo High School grabbed a piece of the third spot after squeaking a 79-74 victory over University of Santo Tomas.

Down by four, Rojan Montemayor’s putback off a Jethro Escoto missed triple put UST within two, 76-74, with 19.2 seconds remaining. They then fouled Blue Eaglet Lebron Lopez, who split his charities.

In the ensuing play, with a chance to knot the game, the Tiger Cubs went to Escoto on the left-wing. He fired a trey, but airballed. Lopez then grabbed the board and made the insurance freebies.

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“I told them nung halftime na we need to play like who we are. Buong season, we are doing a great job forcing turnovers, so kung bumalik kami sa who we are, makakabalik kami,” said Ateneo coach Reggie Varilla.

Lopez tallied 23 points, 19 in the second half, to go with 12 rebounds.

Ateneo tied UST for the third seed with identical 6-5 win-loss records.

Ian Espinosa added 17 markers, eight boards, and four dimes, while Forthsky Padrigao chipped in 12 points on a woeful 5-of-19 shooting.

On the other hand, Jacob Cortez delivered 24 points, 12 rebounds and six assists for the Tiger Cubs. Bismarck Lina dropped 14 markers and 14 boards.

Tiebreaker Times NU-NS, FEU-D notch playoff incentive in UAAP Boys' Basketball ADMU AdU Basketball DLSU FEU News NU UAAP UE UP UST  UST Boys Basketball UPIS Boys Basketball UE Boys Basketball UAAP Season 82 Boys' Basketball UAAP Season 82 Terrence Fortea Ruzzell Dominguez Reyland Torres Reggie Varilla Penny Estacio NU Boys Basketball Lebron Lopez Kevin Quiambao Kean Baclaan Jon Cudiamat John Quimado John Figueroa John Erolon Jacob Cortez Ian Espinosa Harold Alarcon Goldwin Monteverde Forthsky Padrigao FEU Boys Basketball DLSZ Boys Basketball CJ Austria Chiolo Anonuevo Carl Tamayo Bismarck Lina Ateneo Boys Basketball Allan Albano Adamson Boys Basketball
Adamson University arrested its four-game skid after surviving De La Salle-Zobel in overtime, 89-81.

Sharpshooter John Erolon uncorked 20 points built on five triples, while Ruzzell Dominguez chalked up 14 markers and 12 rebounds. Jake Figueroa had 13 points, 19 rebounds, and eight assists.

Adamson raised its record to 5-6.

Jon Cudiamat paced DLSZ with 26 points, while John Quimado contributed 14 markers and 10 rebounds. On the other hand, Kean Baclaan was held to a dismal 0-of-17 shooting.


The Scores:

First Game:
NU-NS 124 Tamayo 17, Torres 17, Fortea 13, Alarcon 10, Quiambao 10, Laure 9, Abadiano 8, Mailim 7, Tulabut 7, Abiera 6, Felicilda 6, Buensalida 4, Enriquez 4, Songcuya 4, Duremdes 2.
UE 60 – Austria 20, Cruz 13, Marasigan 7, Caliwag 4, Montecastro 4, Pelipel 4, Cabili 3, Castillo 3, Mara 2, Ortiz 0, Peralta 0, San Juan 0, Serrano 0, Tan 0.
Quarterscores: 38-13, 64-34, 93-47, 124-60.

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Second Game:
AHS 79 – Lopez 23, Espinosa 17, Padrigao 12, Lazaro 8, Salvador G 8, Ladimo 6, De Ayre 3, Salvador M 2, Corral 0, Jaymalin 0, Pangilinan 0
UST 74 – Cortez 24, Lina 14, Montemayor 10, Ascutia 7, Villarez 7, Bugarin 5, Escoto 5, Javier 2, Calivozo 0, Maliwat 0, Salazar 0
Quarterscores: 13-12, 25-32, 57-50, 79-74

Third Game:
FEU-D 115 – Estacio 17, Bagunu 16, Bautista 12, Sleat 12, Saldua 11, Mantua 8, Pasaol 7, Anonuevo 6, Basilio 6, Libago 6, Padrones 6, Remogat 6, Fonseca 2, Buenaventura 0, Jimenez 0, San Pablo 0.
UPIS 66 – Torres 22, Gomez de Liano 13, Avinado 9, Torculas 8, Dimaculangan 7, Canillas 3, Armamento 2, Cordero 2, Abreu 0, Lopez 0, Napalang 0, Villarivera 0, Villaverde 0.
Quarterscores: 31-9, 61-29, 93-46, 115-66.

Fourth Game:
AdU 89 – Erolon 20, Dominguez 14, Figueroa 13, Guarino 11, Quinal 11, Barcelona 6, Tulabut 4, Abdulla 3, Dubouzete 3, Cosal 2, Gonzaga 2, Hanapi 0, Nitura 0, Ignacio 0, Timbancaya 0.
DLSZ 81 – Cudiamat 26, Quimado 14, Omer 13, Tupas 13, Unisa 7, Baclaan 3, Del Mundo 3, Luna 2, Macasaet 0, Melecio 0, Milan 0, Reyes 0.
Quarterscores: 25-13, 36-33, 58-55, 73-73, 89-81.

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