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PSL: Agem Miranda delivers as Bulacan ruises to third straight win


Bulacan made short work of San Pedro Laguna-ARS 102-69 last Thursday night to extend its winning run to three Manila Bankers Life-Pilipinas Super League Pro Division Second Conference Dumper Cup at the Bren Z. Guiao Convention Center in San Fernando, Pampanga.

Agem Miranda fired 14 points and issued four assists for Bulacan, while Jeric Serrano added 11 markers, four rebounds and three dimes.

Leo Najorda and Exequil Biteng also had 11 and 10 points, respectively for Bulacan, which scored a big follow up to a 94-80 whipping of Bicol last Monday and climbed to 6-3 in the joust presented by Winzir and co-presented by Skin Care Depot, SCD Cosmetics and Dumper party-list, and supported by NET 25, Adcon, Wcube Solutions Inc., MDC, Unisol, Don Benitos, and Finn Cotton, with PBA and Gilas Pilipinas great Marc Pingris serving as Commissioner.

The Warriors failed to sustain the fiery form they showed in a 59-56 victory over Bagong Cabuyao-Homelab Nation last Jan. 18 and slipped to 2-7.

In the other game, the Boracay Islanders waylaid the Spicy Oragons 83-74 for their fifth triumph in a row.

Former pro league star Mac Cardona sizzled with 20 points, to go with five caroms and five feeds for Boracay, while Johnsherick Estrada chipped in 18 and eight.

Jaymar Gimpayan, Nathaniel Lopez, and former PBA MVP Jayjay Helterbrand scored 10 markers each for the Islanders, who did an encore to an 84-81 decision over the Pampanga G Lanterns last Jan. 21 and hiked their mark to 6-4.

Bicol fell to 2-7.

Mark Doligon paced San Pedro with 24 points and four rebounds, while Eduard Doroteo had 10 markers.

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Ronnel Guerrero tallied 17 points for the Oragons, while Mark Montuano added 13 markers.

Paulo Castro and King Destacamento got 11 apiece for Bicol.

The scores

First game

KOPONANG LAKAN NG BULACAN 102 – Miranda 14, Serrano 11, Biteng 10, Najorda 10, Celso 9, Sumampong 8, Ballesteros 6, Benedictos 6, Pangilinan 6, Delos Santos 5, Malabag 5, Santos 4, Salamat 4, Ramirez 2.

SAN PEDRO LAGUNA-ARS 69 – Doligon 24, Doroteo 10, Custodio 8, Formento 7, Collano 7, Diocampo 4, Samonte 3, Orada 2, Kadir 2, Gonzaga 0, Balisi 0, Diaz 0.

Quarters: 29-20, 51-36, 73-57, 102-69.

Second game

BORACAY 83 – Cardona 20, Estrada 18, Gimpayan 10, Lopez 10, Helterbrand 10, Faundo 8, Mallari 3, Sablan 2, De Mesa 2, Peñaredondo 0, Bragais 0, Lasco 0.

BICOL 74 – Guerrero 17, Montuano 13, Castro 11, Destacamento 11, Olegario 6, Ygot 5, Pido 4, Carandang 3, Lao 0, Llarves 0, Guevara 0.

Quarters: 28-9, 45-36, 63-53, 83-74.

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