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Cardinals snatch early win from Red Lions

Mapua University is off to a great start with its first win over San Beda University, 65-55, in Season 98 of the National Collegiate Athletic Association men’s basketball on 10 September at Smart Araneta Coliseum.

The Cardinals maintained a one-sided game against the Red Lions all night.

Arvin Gamboa led Mapua’s assault with 13 points and two rebounds.

James Kwekuteye scored 15 markers for the Red Lions.

The scores:

MAPUA (66) — A. Gamboa 12, Lacap 11, Garcia 10, Salenga 7, Hernandez 6, Bonifacio 6, Nocum 4, Soriano 2, Pido 2, Agustin 2, G. Gamboa 2, Mercado 2, Cuenco 0.

SAN BEDA (55) — Kwekuteye 15, Bahio 9, Penuela 8, Sanchez 6, Visser 6, Cortez 5, Cuntapay 4, Jopia 2, Alfaro 0, Andrada 0, Ynot 0, Cometa 0.

QUARTERS: 18-13, 31-23, 54-37, 66-55

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