Dragons win in style

September 11, 2018

DILIMAN College lived up to its high billing as the team to watch, posting a record 126-71 win over newcomer St. Joseph to launch its campaign on a bright note in the  UCBL Season 3 at the  Olivarez College gym in Parañaque City last Monday.

Handled by multi-titled coach Rensy Bajar, the Blue Dragons  unveiled  another gem of an import in Kevin Gandjeto of Benin  to dismantle St. Joseph  en route to a  record win in their season opener.

Gandjeto had an impressive debut with 20 points, six rebounds, five  blocks  and  two assists for Diliman.

John Mahari added 17 points, eight rebounds and three assists and  McArthur Enriquez contributed 13 points and seven assists  to underscore Diliman’s  strong showing.

The  126 points made by the Quezon City-based Blue Dragons is  also the all-time high scoring output in the three-year-old  league.

“It’s really a  good start for the  team. The boys are determined to give us a winning start. Hopefully,  we can continue to perform well,” said  Bajar, who also serves as first assistant coach of PBA legend Pido Jarencio in NorthPort Batang Pier.

“The 55-point win over St..Joseph should give us a headstart. It’s really  an inspiring victory,” added Bajar.

Bajar again lauded the support of the Diliman College community, headed by  former Sen. Nikki Coseteng, and Gerry’s Grill, led by Jerome  Ngo and Wilson Sia, for their continued support.

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