ACES splits assignments in Dumaguete City
- Gabby G. Malagar () - December 19, 2005 - 12:00am
The visiting Athletes for Christ in Excellent Service (ACES), mentored by ex-pro Al Solis of UV and Tribu Sugbu, split their two-day goodwill games over the weekend at the Silliman University in Dumaguete City.

The ACES won in their debut over the Dumaguete Selection, 80-72, but lost the next day to the Joshiyuki Commercial team, 88-83.

Solis, who played in the second day when the ACES lost, said that "kung naay team Tribu Sugbu, naa say Tribu sa Ginoo".

He did not accompany the team to Hilongos, Leyte because according to him serving God is more important. His team went 1-1 in Dumaguete.

Solis brough along with him some players from UV, USJ-R, USPF, SWU and CDC, who are members of the LWCM.

The scores
First Day
ACES (80) - Caparros 15, Cabellon 15, Ramoneda 12, Ceniza 12, Gonzales 8, Dejaño 8, J. Caparros 3, Tee 3
Dumaguete Selection (72) - Eguia 18, Cornelia 15, Teves 10, Pinili 8, Abelgas 7, Trasmonte 5, Mercado 3, Suazin 2, Bendigo 2

Second Day
Joshiyuki (88) - Albon 19, Villahermosa 17, Erolon 13, Jumalon 13, Decaño 9, Cobcoban 8, Jucon 6, Cornelia 2, Teves 1
ACES (83) - Caparros 24, Ceniza 17, Ramoneda 14, Gonzales 12, Solis 4, Dejaño 4, Reyes 3, Agcaoili 2, Sayud 2

AL SOLIS CAPARROS CENIZA CORNELIA DUMAGUETE CITY DUMAGUETE SELECTION EXCELLENT SERVICE FIRST DAY TRIBU SUGBU
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