NCRUCLAA: DOMC d. Don Bosco, 105-61

NCRUCLAA on Facebook     PARANAQUE CITY – De Ocampo Memorial College proved too much to handle for Don Bosco Technical College as they easily walked home with the win, 105-61, in the featured game Thursday (January 19) from the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) from the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics.  The Cobras were hardly challenged as team leader Dahrrel Caranguian helped deliver the early knockout blow with a mind-boggling first period show.

Caranguian scored 11 points as part of their 17-0 opening salvo and was recalled to the bench by Coach Toto Dojillo midway through the period as the damage had already been done and the DOMC reserves pulled away further at the end of the first, 30-6.  So unrelenting were the Cobras that the final score represented their biggest lead of the game at 44 markers.

Caranguian was the runaway choice for Best Player with 21 points, seven rebounds, three assists and four steals.  He was ably supported by Redel Fabro with 12 points and 11 rebounds while Johnson Miasco also had 12 points on three triples.

Don Bosco found a bright spot in CJ Carandang who finished with 26 points.  Frank Dankin was the only other Greywolf in twin digits with 13 points and eight rebounds.

The Cobras massacred the Greywolves in the battle for rebounds (73-34) while also getting the better in terms of assists (17-10) and steals (17-9).  DOMC also had better bench scoring, 57-11.

How They Scored:

DE OCAMPO MEMORIAL (105) – Caranguian 21, Miasco 12, Fabro 12, Gallardo 11, de la Cruz 10, Montojo 9, Clarito 7, Crencia 7, Canelas 6, Lascano 6, Pascual 4, Manalang 0, Ramos 0.

DON BOSCO (61) – Carandang 26, Dankin 13, Balaoing 8, Ramilo 6, Ambrosio 4, Gulane 3, Leong 1, Baquiero 0, Ordonez 0, Lacanlale 0, Jayme 0, Cuartero 0.

Period Scores: 30-6, 53-20, 72-42, 105-61.


About Anthony E. Servinio

A long-time television sportscaster, magazine writer, photographer and college professor from the Philippines finally gives blogging a try after more than a decade of on-line presence. Read on folks!
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