EDMONTON — R-Tax remained spotless in three starts after subduing the Shy Guys, 78-66 while Exemplar Wealth Management Corp. bounced back with a 73-53 victory over the CT Warriors in the ongoing 2015 Philippine Sport Association-Crosstown Auto Centre Fall/Winter Basketball League, here.
R-Tax kept the Shy Guys at bay, 35-30 in the first half and worked better on their offense in the final half, 62-54, seven minutes left.
And from then on, R-Tax’s Jomel Olmo, Raygen Nicolasora, Jefrey Gimena and the rest maintained their chemistry to hand the Shy Guys their third straight loss.
Exemplar Wealth Management, on the other hand, scored a come-from-behind win en route to its second victory in three games.
CT Warriors absorbed their second loss against one victory in the league organized by PSA to promote camaraderie among members of the Filipino community in Edmonton with the support of Alberta’s No.1 auto dealership, Crosstown Auto Centre, and PSA volunteers and friends.
In the other games played at different venues over the weekend, Bomb Squad defeated Obstakol, 87-75; PSA Dream Team beat Camrose, 77-73; Crosstown RAM Boys over West Side Royals, 89-66; Canadian Brewhouse over Barako Boys, 76-75; Alberta Medical Supplies over ADM&Friends, 83-63; Wicked over X-Men, 79-73; Wolverines over AMDG, 79-58; Team Insulator over Panago Pizza, 76-44; Barako Boys over Pacific West, 76-44; Palabok House over Pinoy Aces, 106-90; North Edmonton KIA over Fallen 44, 102-73; Eswar over Knights; 100-91; PSA Old Stars over Eyeballers, 77-72; Panago over Prodigy Ballers, 64-60; Greatway Financial over Team Insulator, 78-77; Alberta Medical Supplies over PSA Old Stars, 87-71.
Games will resumes this weekend, according to PSA president Joey Doctolero whose association is preparing for the 20th anniversary celebration in January next year.(pinoy edmonton news)