Game 1
Soldiers 48 (2-2) L1
Quiet Storm 73 (4-0) W4

Quiet Storm used a 31-8 run at the start of the second half to claim their fourth straight and remain undefeated. Steve Bollman led the way for Quiet with a team-high 17 pts, 7 reb, 4 ast, while Mikey Sinchongco chipped in with 12 pts, 5 reb, 4 ast, 3 stl. Soldiers, who have dropped to .500, were led by James Frazier. Frazier led all scorers with 19 pts, 3 reb, 1 ast, 2 stl, while Josh Bernardo came through with 12 pts, 4 reb. JV

Game 2
Pinoy Thunder 83 (2-2) W2
Hoop Dreams 65 (1-3) L1

Pinoy Thunder seems to be hitting their stride and won going away en route to their second consecutive win. A 29-10 run to start the game was all Thunder needed to take control. Thunder benefitted from strong performances from Paul Abby (game-high 25 pts, 6 reb, 2 ast, 6 stl, 1 blk) and Chris Norfleet (20 pts, 20 reb, 7 blk), the latter nearly netting a triple-double. For Hoop Dreams, most of their production came from their backcourt – Jojo Arca finished with a team-high 20 pts (4 threes), while Patrick Mejia had 19 pts (5 threes), 2 reb, 3 ast, 5 stl. JV

Game 3
Rebels 64 (0-4) L4
Wildcats 71 (2-2) W1

Wildcats, thanks to a big game from D.J. Hinson, have their second win of the season over the winless Rebels. Hinson dropped a game-high 29 pts, 7 reb, 2 ast, 2 stl, 2 blk, and Antwann Dickerson scored 21 pts, 12 reb, 2 stl, 3 blk. Rebels haven’t been able to find their winning ways this season and, although they hung around, couldn’t cut into the Wildcat lead. Tonee Leary finished with a team-high 28 pts, 3 reb, 2 ast, 3 stl, 4 blk, while Earle Smaltz chipped in with a double-double (17 pts, 10 reb). JV

Game 4
Monlu Forwarders 59 (1-3) L2
Spartans 110 (3-1) W1

In what is clearly the most lopsided game so far this season, Spartans jumped all over a shorthanded Monlu squad, shaking off their Week 3 loss to Havoc in the process. Behind Kyle Hermoso’s league-high 38 points (8 threes), Spartans were able to mount a 35-10 run that left Monlu reeling. Monlu was without their two leading scorers (Kevin Alig and Ryan Pauling), and they sputtered offensively as a result. Monlu was led by Dave Matro with 23 pts (3 threes), 4 reb. JV

Game 5
TBA 65 (1-3) L3
Havoc 82 (4-0) W4

TBA took a slim 47-43 lead into the game’s final ten minutes, but fatigue and 6 threes from their opponents were enough to do them in. TBA dressed just five players, and although they remained competitive throughout, they were gassed and couldn’t get out to defend Havoc’s shooters. Havoc saw balanced scoring (five players in double digits), led by Mel Wright’s team-high 15 pts, 8 reb, 2 ast, 4 blk. Harold San Antonio and Melvin Floyd scored 14 and 12, respectively, but they did their damage mostly from outside, draining 4 threes apiece. For TBA, they were led by the two-headed perimeter attack of Tyrone Tucker (game-high 28 pts, 14 reb, 3 blk) and Mel Powers (20 pts, 6 reb, 3 ast, 2 stl). JV