The Consolacion Sarok Weavers once again flaunted their incredible resiliency and composure, as they rallied from an early 16-point deficit to take down the San Fernando Buffalos, 88-72, in the semifinal round of the Pilipinas Super League 21-Under VisMin Leg on Wednesday at the Cebu City Sports Institute.

The Sarok Weavers found themselves in trouble in the first half, as they trailed 11-27 after a fiery start by the Buffalos. However, Consolacion turned the tables around in the third canto where they blitzed San Fernando with a 33-19 blast to seize the advantage, 64-59.

A 12-2 run at the start of the fourth sparked by back-to-back triples by Paolo Dalumpines and numerous buckets by Rovello Robles then gave Consolacion a 15-point lead, 76-61, as they cruised to the victory.

Robles led the way for Consolacion with 21 points and nine boards, while Dalumpines finished with 18 points, seven rebounds, and five assists. Big man Matthew Flores had a double-double of 12 points and 13 boards.

Meanwhile, in the other match, the Cagayan de Oro (CDO) Kingfishers upset the top-seeded Davao Occidental Dreamers, 83-81.

CDO trailed by 13 early on but kept their wits about them, turning thing around in the middle periods to take leads that went as high as 19.

Davao Occidental tried to make a run late but CDO had an answer with Kerwin Binayao and Bling Murillo scoring the crucial points necessary to put away their foes.

Binayao was especially effective on Wednesday, piling up 21 points and 12 rebounds. Kent Gelogo added 13 while Paul Redondo and Murillo had 11 apiece.