Kama Motors upends Foton five; Caida up | Inquirer Sports

Kama Motors upends Foton five; Caida up

/ 12:31 AM October 28, 2015

FORMER pros Rudy Lingganay and JR Cawaling combined for Kama Motors’ last eight points in a dramatic 76-74 nipping of Foton in the PCBL Founders Cup at Filoil Flying V Arena.

Lingganay, who played for Powerade, GlobalPort and KIA in the PBA, scored back-to-back baskets, including a layup that shoved Kama Motors in front, 72-71, with still 1:05 left in the game.

After Foton pulled in front anew 74-72, Cawaling—a member of San Mig Coffee’s Grand Slam team in 2014 but was acquired by KIA in the dispersal draft—buried a triple to put his team back in the lead.


Foton went almost exclusively to Mikee Reyes on isolation plays down the stretch. Reyes missed a   potential game-tying jumper as time ran out.


Kama Motors’ sister team, Caida Tiles, solidified its hold of the lead by nipping Sta. Lucia, 65-64, in the other game.

Caida stayed perfect in the tournament supported by Spalding, Ambucore, Accel and Aquabest.

The win was the second in four games for Kama Motors, tying with Sta. Lucia for third spot.

The scores:

First Game

KAMA MOTORS 76—Montuano 22, Lingganay 15, Ludovice 13, Cawaling 6, Cabrera 5, Mercader 4, Ibay 3, Lunor 2, Fajardo 2, Argamino 2, Llera 0, Gil 0.


FOTON 74—Hernandez 20, Rivera 16, Reyes 14, Gomez 9, Habelito 7, Mangahas 4, Rosaroso 2, Bringas 0, Rogado 0, Baloran 0.

Quarters: 20-20, 34-40, 62-57, 76-74

Second Game

CAIDA TILES 65—Lozada 10, Corpuz 9, Ruaya 9, Robles 9, Almario 7, Leynes 5, Terso 4, Maiquez 4, Rios 4, Hayes 2, Jamon 2, Gabawan 0, Jamito 0.

STA. LUCIA 64—Vidal 19, Bautista 12, Onwubere 8, Montilla 7, Escosio 6, Gabriel 5, Ilagan 4, Ablaza 2, Celiz 1, Camasura 0, Wetherell 0, Sarangay 0.

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Quarters: 17-17, 42-33, 53-49, 65-64

TAGS: Basketball, PCBL Founders Cup

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