Basketball Three-time Quezon City Councilor and leading women sports advocate Mayen Juico joins members of Team 80s basketball team during the formal opening ceremony of the ERJHS Alumni Sportsfest 2023 at the Barangay N.S Amoranto covered court in Quezon City. Team 80s is supported by Brgy. Amoranto Chairman Ato de Guzman of Batch 81 and Jo Aldana of Batch 85 Sports Club.

T2000 takes charge

April 26, 2023 People's Tonight 572 views

TOP favorite T2000 relied on the hot hands of Mark Louie Caguisa to roll back Batch 89, 79-64,and take the solo lead in ERJHS Alumni Sports Club basketball tournament at the Barangay N.S. Amoranto covered court in Laloma, Quezon City.

Caguisa scattered 25 points to lead Team 2000 of playing coach Jerome Nell to its second straight win in the month-long competition supported by Wang’s Ballclub and Ping-Ping Lechon..

Chris Santiago contributed 16 points and Jeff Caguisa added 10 points for T2000, which debuted with a 71-67 win over Team 80s last April 16.

Alvin Tanare finished with 21 points Jon Cano added 14 points and William Meneses contributed 13 points for Batch 89, which suffered its second straight loss.

In other matches, Team 80s defeated Batch 94, 76-67 for its first win in two games, while Batch 2000 outsteadied Batch 96, 72-70, for a rousing debut.

Joseph Realista and Jojo Navera shared scoring honors for Team 80s with 16 points apiece.

Mike Gomez added 13 and Ronald Carillo contributed 10 points for Team 80s, which is being handled by coach Arnold Tanare and supported by Batch 85 Sports Club president Jo Aldana and Barangay N.S. Amoranto chairman Ato De Guzman of Batch 81.

Geronimo Geronimo scored 13 points for Batch 94, followed by Jesus Vega and Romeo Baez with 12 points apiece.

Cezar Tallorin fired a game-high 32 points, including two pressure-packed free throws in the closing minute as Batch 2000 escaped with the win.

Julius Isidro and Dodgie Lagandaon contributed 13 and 10 points, respectively, for Batch 2000.

Aries Aguas carried the fight for Batch 96 with 22 points, followed by Alvin Santos with 17 and Jimmy Arcos with 16.

Tournament director Albert Andaya said the top four teams after the elimination will advance to the crossover semis.

The winners will then dispute the title in a winner-take-all encounter.

In volleyball competitions, Batch 94 completed a two-game sweep of its weekend matches with 10-25, 25-20, 15-7 win over Batch 96 in 39 minutes and 7-25, 25-12, 15-13 victory over Team 80s in 44 minutes.

Batch 96 bounced back with 25-18, 35-17 triumph over Team 80s in 32 minutes.