ALCANTARA -- The KCS Computer Specialist-Mandaue City crushed the Tabogon Voyagers, 86-53, to nab their third win in four tries in the 2021 Chooks-To-Go Pilipinas VisMin Super Cup on Friday afternoon, April 16, at the Alcantara Civic Center in the town of Alcantara.
Dyll Roncal had his best game as a pro as he led KCS with 15 points, seven rebounds, three assists and a steal. Crafty point guard Joseph Nalos also had a fantastic showing as he compiled 14 points, seven boards, four assists, three steals and a blocked shot. Gileant Delator and Red Cachuela chipped in 10 points apiece with the latter adding six boards, two steals and a block.
With their defense stifling the Voyagers at every turn, KCS was able to dominate the match from the opening tip and poured it on late in the match to come away with the lopsided victory.
Roncal, who is fresh off a collegiate stint with the Southwestern University-Phinma Cobras, said he is transitioning well to the pro game, with the help of his head coach Mike Reyes and older teammates.
“I just am focused on becoming more mature in this league and always being receptive to advice from our coaches, the kuyas of the team and of course, my parents,” said the 6-foot-2 Roncal.
Arvie Bringas was the lone Tabogon player to reach double-figures with 12. The Voyagers dropped to 1-2.
KCS-Mandaue (86)—Roncal 15, Nalos 14, Delator 10, Cachuela 10, Mendoza 8, Octobre 7, Soliva 6, Solera 6, Bonganciso 4, Mercader 2, Imperial 2, Castro 2
Tabogon (53)—Bringas 12, De Ocampo 7, Vitug 7, Sombero 5, Orquina 5, Sombero 5, Lacastesantos 5, Bersabal 4, Diaz 3, Caballero 0
Quarterscores: 22-13, 45-28, 61-42, 86-53