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UAAP 85 BBB: Jumamoy tallies second triple-double as NSNU drubs UPIS

Nazareth School of National University overcame a rough patch in the third quarter to beat UP Integrated School, 78-62, and stretch its winning streak to 33 games in the UAAP Season 85 high school boys tournament Wednesday at the Filoil EcoOil Centre.

Reinhard Jumamoy became the first high school player in the league to post two triple-doubles in one season since University of Santo Tomas’ Mark Nonoy did the trick in 2019.

The 19-year-old Cebuano guard came through with 25 points, 16 rebounds, and 11 assists as the three-peat-seeking Bulldogs extended their unbeaten run to six games.

“Binibigyan ako ng mga coaches ng tiwala. Ginagabay nila ako sa bawat laro ko, sa bawat ensayo namin,” said Jumamoy.

“Yung readiness ko on and off the court. Yung mindset namin na ibinibigay ng mga coaches. Iyon lang, tuloy-tuloy lang, hindi kami dapat makukuntento,” he added.UAAP-85-HSBB-Vince-Reyes-ADU-1 UAAP 85 BBB: Jumamoy tallies second triple-double as NSNU drubs UPIS AdU Basketball News NU UAAP UE UP  - philippine sports news

Later, Vince Reyes had 26 points and 11 rebounds as Adamson University overwhelmed University of the East, 87-52, for its fifth consecutive victory.

NSNU shoots for the seven-game sweep of the first round against Far Eastern University, as coach Kevin de Castro is looking for a better showing from his troops in the Sunday midday showdown.

“Past two games medyo inconsistent kami kasi nagiging close fight,” said De Castro. “Yung third quarter namin, we gave up 26 points, although yung turnovers namin, na-limit namin wirh 16.

“Yung depensa pa, i-polish namin. We have a tough game ahead versus FEU. Gusto naming i-fast track yung consistency ng mga bata at yung maturity nila,” he added.

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Jonas Napalang shot 24 points while Kobe Demisana logged his fifth double-double of the season for the Junior Fighting Maroons with 18 points and 13 rebounds.

The Baby Falcons have fully recovered from the narrow season-opening loss to the Bullpups.

“Yung nangyari po noon, malaki ang natutunan namin sa NU. Tumatakbo sa isip namin yun pero sabi ng mga coaches namin, kalimutan namin iyon dahil tapos na po,” said Reyes, who also had six steals. “Pero yung mga aral po na napulot namin doon, ina-apply po namin sa ginagawa namin.”

“At tsaka hindi po kami puwedeng magpakampante dahil wala po kaming napapatunayan kaya tuloy-tuloy lang po,” the Caloocan pride added.

Adamson University will have three days to prepare against Ateneo, its final first round assignment.

“Mentally going to that game, prepared dapat sila kasi ayokong pumasok sa utak nila na that we have this five-game winning streak. Hindi dapat ilagay nila sa utak iyon. Malagay nila sa utak nila na one game at a time,” said Baby Falcons coach Mike Fermin.

“Last game of the first round is on Sunday. so iyon ang focus dapat, the task on that thing,” he added.

Andrei de Leon had 15 points, seven boards, and six assists while Nikko Morales chipped in 12 points for the Junior Warriors, who failed to follow up last Wednesday’s stunning win over the Blue Eagles.

UE and UPIS fell to 1-5.

The Scores:

First Game
NSNU (78) — Jumamoy 25, Alfanta 24, Colonia 13, Clarito 6, Timbang 4, Perciano 3, Solomon 2, Yusi 1, Herrera 0, Tagotongan 0, Barraca 0, Demetria 0, Usop 0.
UPIS (62) — Napalang 24, Demisana 18, Valdeavilla 9, Melicor 9, Raymundo 2, Villaverde 0, Mendoza 0, Gomez de Liaño 0, Cordero 0.
Quarterscores: 15-13, 32-18, 50-44, 78-62

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Second Game
AdU (87) — Reyes 22, Garcia 11, Sajili 9, Bonzalida 8, Edding 8, Medina 8, Rosillo 8, Carillo 7, De Guzman 3, De Jesus 3, Culdura 0, Manlapaz 0, Perez 0, Tambauan 0.
UE (52) — De Leon 15, Morales 12, Roldan 9, Gragasin 6, Gatchalian 4, Bagro 2, Duque 2, Pangilinan 1, Isip 1, V. Reyes 0, F. Reyes 0, Ramos 0, Arcega 0, Flores 0.
Quarterscores: 17-14, 42-26, 69-43, 87-52

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