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Tuesday, November 8, 2022

VIDEO: John Amores escorted out after fighting and punching Benilde players

JOHN Amores had to be escorted back to the Jose Rizal University bus after running amok on Tuesday in the NCAA Season 98 seniors basketball tournament.

Officials, teammates, and bouncers made sure that there won't be any further incidents after the rugged forward went on a rampage, forcing the game between JRU and St. Benilde to be abandoned with 3:22 left and the Blazers leading, 71-51.

NCAA Management Committee (Mancom) member Paul Supan of JRU instructed the Heavy Bombers utility to lock Amores up inside the Heavy Bombers dugout as game officials sorted out the mess for over an hour that led to the game being halted.

Coach Louie Gonzalez likewise refrained from issuing any statements on the matter.

The NCAA Mancom members, together with basketball commissioner Tonichi Pujante, were still deliberating on what penalties will be levied on Amores and the other proponents of the incident as of press time.

After cameras caught Amores and Chris Flores tangling up as Migz Oczon drilled a three for the 71-51 CSB lead with 3:26 left, the graduating Heavy Bomber was next seen trading barbs with someone in the direction of the Blazers’ bench.

Just as it seemed that cooler heads would prevail, Amores sprinted all the way from the Bombers’ bench to the Blazers’ side and punched Mark Sangco, Jimboy Pasturan, Taine Davis, and Oczon in quick succession – knocking out Pasturan and Davis in the process before he was restrained by security.

It took an hour of deliberations among league officials before the two schools’ Management Committee representatives, Paul Supan of JRU and Dax Castellano of CSB, agreed to have the game stopped in favor of the Blazers, 71-51, with 3:22 left to play.

Before being a casualty of Amores’ assault, Pasturan led all scorers with 18 points off the bench with a game-high plus-minus of +33, while MVP candidate Will Gozum tallied a double-double of 15 points and 10 rebounds. Oczon scored 7 in 12 minutes, while Sangco had a 2-point, 13-board line.

Marwin Dionisio matched Pasturan with 18 points of his own in the loss, while John delos Santos and Joshua Guiab scored 6 apiece. Amores, meanwhile, already had a sorry game of 4 points on 1-of-12 shooting before venting his ire on the rest of the opposing team.

Meanwhile, the EAC Generals earned their first win of the season in the first game with a 59-53 squeaker over the Perpetual Help Altas.

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