PALACASAN 2014 Most Valuable Player Gian Lorenz Vergara and GeneSoc import Justin Moran took charge in the clutch as GeneSoc Men’s Basketball Team claimed second victory against Society of Math Majors (SMM), 60-50, last September 21 at LBNHS covered court.
Vergara and Moran combined for 28 points while Torre pitched in 11 points to seal the game with a double digit lead.
SMM struggled to defend the perimeter early on as GeneSoc dominated the first quarter from beyond the arc.
In their September 19 game at Copeland Gym, GeneSoc toyed with Cells, 92-77, to record their first win.
Torre put up a monstrous performance with a team-high 28 points along with Vergara and Moran both at 25 points to pull the team away from the opponent’s grasp.
Meanwhile, GeneSoc Women’s Basketball Team celebrated the same victory with the men’s team as they flaunted an impressive show burying Cells and SMM, 20-9 and 20-6, during their first and second games respectively.
Megan Benigno led the squad with a total of 26 points in those two games with back up numbers from Katrina Gambalan at 4 points.
“Sa tingin ko ang nagpapanalo sa games ay yung kagustuhan ng sisses na manalo at matuto. Every game na nilalaro ay nag iimprove yung sisses at nag fofocus sila during the game. Maganda ang teamwork. Above all, nag eenjoy sila every game. It’s what’s important. Whether we lose or we win, we enjoy the game,” said Benigno.
GeneSoc MBT, seeking a second straight crown, now poses the same standing with the women’s team with a 2-0 (win-loss) card, thus giving the organization an untarnished slate so far.
The BioSci-based cagers and cagebelles are set to face the CPS Triangle in their next game on October 3.