AutoGlass dumps Larimp in Punta Princesa caging

Delta Auto Glass pounded Larimp Network Tech, 85-78, Tuesday night in the elimination round of the Punta Princesa Basketball Association tournament at the Pablo S.

Atillo Sports Complex in Punta Princesa.

Delta’s victory bettered its standing to 4-2 win-loss card while Larimp remained at the top spot with a 6-3 record.

Jun Pahamutang top-scored for Delta with 17 points while Tata Vilbar had 15 as Ruel Sumalinog and Bert Cabrera nailed 13 markers each.

On other hand, Carcueva churned in 23 points, while Tin Atillo and Ringo Balbuena added 15 and 10, respectively.

600450 AutoGlass dumps Larimp in Punta Princesa caging

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