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PCCL: Ateneo, San Beda advance to semis

By: - Reporter / @BLozadaINQ
/ 07:13 PM February 15, 2020

MANILA, Philippines—Ateneo and San Beda took care of their respective opponents and advanced to the semifinals of the Philippine Collegiate Champions League Saturday at Filoil Flying V Center.

The Blue Eagles, the reigning UAAP champions, crushed NCAA king Letran, 79-61, to keep an unblemished 3-0 slate and win the UAAP-NCAA Challenge.

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Dwight Ramos and Troy Mallilin had 16 points apiece and combined for 13 rebounds to lead the Blue Eagles while SJ Belangel added 10 points of his own.

Ateneo turned a 35-35 tie at halftime into a massive 65-39 lead after it outscored the Knights 30-4 in the penultimate frame.

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In the first game, the NCAA runner-up San Beda repulsed UAAP silver medalist University of Santo Tomas, 77-68, to finish with a 2-1 card.

James Kweku-Teye filled up the box scores with 14 points, seven rebounds, seven assists, and four steals but struggled from the field going 5-of-19 in his field goal attempts.

CJ Cansino came up with a near double-double for the Growling Tigers, who tied Letran with a 1-2 card, 21 points and nine rebounds while Brent Paraiso added 12 points.

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