E-leagues basketball: Auditor drops 55 points to smash own record
(The Freeman) - October 22, 2019 - 12:00am

CEBU, Philippines — Jan Michael Auditor is on fire.

The former collegiate standout from the University of Cebu (UC) Webmasters bombarded 55 points to vault the Sykes Pioneers to a 91-61 shellacking of the Wipro Tigers in the Elite Classic of the Tanduay Athletics CSCC E-Leagues for Basketball Season 15 over the weekend at the City Sports Club-Cebu gym.

Auditor thus shattered his own record for the most points scored in a single game he set when he fired 52 points during their 153-48 massacre of the ePerformax Reds last week.

Actually, Auditor first set such milestone when he unloaded 50 points to propel Sykes to a 110-78 demolition of ePerformax Reds on December 15, 2018.

It was a valiant solo effort for Auditor as Sykes bettered its record to 10-2 (win-loss).

Rey Herda and Ernie Ygot nailed 15 markers apiece while Brian Deodoro scored 13 for the Tigers, who suffered their ninth setback in 12 games.

In the other Elite Classic match,  Clarence Torre sizzled with 20 points, Ryan Veloso finished with 12 points, while Aldene Batino added 11 markers, 13 rebounds, three steals and three assists as the Accenture Sharks kept Sykes whipped the QBE Generals, 81-64, to fortify their hold of the lead with a 10-1 card.

The other results saw the Dreamscape Lions drubbing ePerformax, 88-66, and the Teleperformance Vipers edging the Concentrix Converters, 81-73.

Ralph Belarmino scattered 32 points, 14 rebounds, three assists and two steals while Matthew Oche piled up 11 points, 17 rebounds and seven assists as Dreamscape raised their mark to 6-5.

Not to be outdone, Nicholai Vendiola, King Sambrano, Kenz Hernandez and Rahne Laborte combined for 70 points for the Vipers, who tallied their eighth victory against only three defeats.

In the lone EVO League duel, Erwin Paragoso collected 15 points, 10 rebounds, four steals and two assists as the Fluor Pandas shackled the CTC-BPO Panthers, 73-47, to surge to 7-4. The Panthers stayed listless in 11 matches.

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