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Jaltas posts 2nd win in YBAC

Jaltas Marketing/Consuelo registered its second straight win by taming RD Trucking, 80-74, in the Your Basketball Athletic Club (YBAC) 1stConference Presidential Cup 2012 held the previous Saturday at the West Negros University Gym.

Narciso Galang anchored Jaltas to victory with 16 points.

After trailing 28-19 in the opening quarter, RD scored 16 points against Jaltas/Consuelo’s 12 points for a 40-35 halftime score.

Jaltas had a good start in the opening quarter as Coco Rodrigo and Romy Sibolboro’s scored seven points each and Nathaniel Bacaron added six points to neutralized RD’s Mario Reyes’ dominance inside the paint as he scored 10 points.

In the second quarter Rolly Buenaflor and Reyes combined for 13 points to lead RD’s 16-point output while Galang hit six points for Jaltas.

Jaltas/Consuelo bounced back in the third quarter and delivered 20 points for a 60-48 advantage going into the fourth quarter.

RD tried to reverse the outcome of the game with with Buenaflor and Ramel Jaype collecting 10 points each in the fourth quarter but Javelosa, Galang and Ernie Castillo combined 19 points of Jaltas’ 20-point quarter production to secure the victory.

Galang topscored for Jaltas with 16 points while Javelosa finished with 14 points, Castillo added 9, Rodrigo delivered 8, Sibolboro scored 7, Pete Apura and Tsai contributed 6 points each.

Buenaflor led RD Trucking scorers with 20 points as Reyes added 16 and Jaype with 10 points.

Meanwhile, Robinhood beat Joshbianc Motors, 105-94 in the other game with Gershon Sipe netting a game-high 34 points, 25 of them in the second half.

Games are played every Saturday.*NAB

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