Batch 2011, 2013 lead USC alumni league

A player from the 2011 Sharks tries to penetrate the defense of 2007 Waybus in Division 3 action in the University of San Carlos (USC)-North Alumni Basketball Club (NABC) Mayor’s Cup. (Contributed photo)

THE 2013 District and the 2011 Sharks nabbed their third wins to stay ahead of the pack in Division 3 action in the University of San Carlos North Alumni Basketball Club 2019 Cebu City Mayor’s Cup Sunday, September 15, at the USC North Campus gym.

The 2013 District defeated the 2009 Legacy, 89-70, with King Osabel producing a huge double-double of 35 points and 12 rebounds to go with two assists and two steals. Meanwhile, the Sharks routed the 2007 Waybus, 80-60, thanks to the all-around outing of wily guard Dave Guardiario who had 26 points, five boards and five assists.

Batch 2013 and 2011 have identical 3-1 win-loss records.

In Division 1, the 1995 Pirates snatched its first win with a 63-49 victory over the 1992 Little Rascals as Emerson Jaime had 25 points and 10 rebounds. Then, the 1996 Chubbies pulled off a 64-48 win over the 1993 Dragons, with Ramesh Mulchandani leading the way with his 18 points. Lastly, the Ninety Niners waylaid the 1994 Bulldogs, 77-65, behind the 32-point, 10-rebound, three-assists, two-steal effort of big man Joseph Bragat.

In Division 2, the 2002 Goats prevailed over the 2005 Chameleons, 68-57, led by the 18 points of Joel Dinawanao. The 2003 Stallions also raced past the 2001 Builders, 66-42, sparked by the 16 points and seven boards of Ramon Datan. And finally, Ian Callet scored 12 points and had six boards to lead the 2004 Rebels past the 2002 Lions, 65-58.


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