JSY Transport beats Jast, AACI rule Countertrade

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Thursday, June 12, 2014

JSY Transport dealt Jast Enterprises its first defeat with an emphatic 90-64 victory and AACI Transport stamped its dominance against JSY Countertrade, 113-72 in the Fil-Sino All Asian Countertrade Inc. Intercolor tournament played last Monday at Bacolod Tay Tung High School Po Hang Gym.

Carlo Chu and Julius Teruel shared scoring honors for JSY with 19 points apiece, Ardian Ong added 15 points, Ryan Alegario made 12 points, Mark Lo with nine points, Arvin Chua shot six points.

Julius Teruel made 10 points and Mark Lo added six points to put JSY ahead in the first quarter 21-16 even as Joel Masadia delivered nine points for Jast.


Chu took over the scoring cudgels for JSY with 10 points with Ong helping out with six points as the lead is still within the reach of Jast, 43-33. Edward Uy scored eight points for Jast.

Jast delivered its lowest quarter output of 13 points giving JSY Transport an easy time to extend the lead anew to 63-46 going to the fourth quarter.

Masadia remains to be a bright spot for Jast with nine points for their best quarter yet, but JSY not to be outdone also delivered its best quarter output to complete its sizzling victory.

Masadia paced Jast with 22 points backstopped by Edward Uy with 13 points, Jolly Castillo with nine points, and Chingsan Su, seven points.

AACI Transport outclassed JSY Countertrade with a double digit advantage in each of the three quarters to lead by as much as 93-52.

The contest was already decided in the first half as AACI Transport pulled away with a 60-33 advantage as Arnol Laureño was unstoppable in the lowpost with 13 points and the outside shooting of Errol Su found its mark for 14 points.

AACI blew away JSY in the third canto as the lead grew to more than 40 points as Pao Pao Lim scored 16 points and Clarence Quingco put up nine points.

Pao Pao Lim propelled AACI Transport with 24 points, Errol Su knocked down four treys for 20 points, Dr. Chico Coruña sunk five treys for 18 points, Clarence Quingco delivered 17 points, and Laureño chipped in 15 points.

JSY Countertrade was led by Simon Tan 18 points; Daniel Ong, 15 points,; Michael Ang, 11 points; Jappy Cuaycong, eight points; Kevin Hinolan, seven points, and JP Tan, six points.

Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on June 12, 2014.


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