Sharp-BUS Group faces Prime Distribution

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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

SUNDAY knockout winners Prime Distribution, MF Computer Solutions, Stallions Alumni and Sharp-Basketball Unified Sports Group will meet Wednesday in the Pueblo Rosario Athletic Club (PRAC) crossover semifinals at Eroreco Subdivision in Bacolod City.

Prime nipped Coca-Cola, 105-103 while MF Computer Solutions stopped Saturday Sports Club 1, 103-92 in bracket A quarterfinals. Number 1 Stallions Alumni likewise demolished number four CHS, 112-85 in bracket B.

Sharp-BUS Group made sure to advance in the next stage with a 106-71 crushing of Body Extreme Gym which came in short-handed on Sunday.


PRAC homeowner Amit Teruel led the Huskies in the first canto with a couple of triples combining with Bandoy Aliermo, Rey de Guzman, Bert Celis and Ariel Tornilla in setting the onslaught with a 30-13 run.

BUSG second passerelle quarter squad was sharper as Hermie Derwil, John Tumamot, Kokoy Fuentebella, Rex Bayer and Garry Garcia went on a shooting rampage with a demoralizing 38-17 spurt for a 68-30 advantage at half.

The Body Builders regrouped and employed a pressing defense which paid off by beating the Huskies 23-16 in the third but was not enough as Sharp stayed comfortable at 84-53.

Coach Tota Plagata and team manager Bing Soyao's charges coasted easily and finished on top 22-18 in the final quarter.

The Huskies will meet Prime Distributors 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 4 while host Stallions Alumni will be challenged by MF Computer Solutions at 8 p.m.

The winners will dispute the championship while the losers play for third.

Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on June 03, 2014.


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