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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesMonday, June 18, 2012

ButtonAACI stays at No. 1 in Fil-Sino basketball
ButtonToyota-Bacolod posts win in PROBAC/LNA7 cagefest

AACI stays at No. 1 in
Fil-Sino basketball

Top Seed AACI Trading lived up to its billing as the team to beat by holding off AACI Transport, 101-92, while No. 3 Royal Star Transport rallied behind Michael Ang to upset No. 2 Huminova Tigers, 88-81, in the semifinals of Class A division of the 2012 Fil-Sino All Asian Countertrade Inc. 1st Conference Inter-Color Basketball Tournament at Tay Tung High School Po Hang Gym.

AACI Trading will be heavy favorites against Royal Star when the two teams clash tonight in a one-game final showdown at 8 p.m. following the Class B championship match-up between No.1 Organic Solutions and No. 3 Jast Enterprises.

Trading leads in the tournament with an 8-1 win-loss card, absorbing its sole defeat in the hands of AACI Farms. Ironically, Farms placed last in the elimination round.

Toyota-Bacolod posts win
in PROBAC/LNA7 cagefest

Toyota-Bacolod launched its bid for the title with a strong finish against Ink Cream, 91-75, as Watchmen Daily Journal got away with a 104-97 win against Bad Boys as action heats up in the 1st PROBAC/LNA 7 Invitational Basketball Tournament at the West Negros University Gym, Friday night.

Taking the half at 37-31, Toyota-Bacolod posted its biggest margin at 26 points in the third quarter as Allan Jaena exploded with 15 points and Marco Avecilla with 10 points.

Ink Cream tried to recover some lost grounds in the payoff period with a 29-19 run, but Toyota was well on its way to secure its first victory in the tournament.

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