Perpetual's Akhuetie back on top of scoring list

Santino Honasan on Sep 14, 2015 05:42 PM
Perpetual's Akhuetie back on top of scoring list
Big Bright's 31-point effort propels him back to the top of the scoring race

We’re almost midway into the second round of the NCAA Season 91 basketball tournament! Find out who’s leading the league’s major statistical races.

 

POINTS PER GAME

It didn’t take long for Perpetual’s Bright Akhuetie to regain his top spot in the scoring race, overtaking San Beda’s do-it-all forward Arthur Dela Cruz, who briefly held the top spot last week. Akhuetie, who only holds a slim lead over Dela Cruz, finished last week with with a 31-point effort which included a last-second game-winner against San Beda. Coming in at third place is Letran’s Mark Cruz, who has been on fire since the start of the second round.

1

Akhuetie, Bright

UPHSD

20.58

2

De La Cruz, Arthur

SBC

20.38

3

Cruz, Mark

CSJL

18.38

4

Jalalon, Jiovani

AU

18.07

5

Adeogun, Olaide

SBC

17.55

6

Calisaan, Michael

SSCR

17.46

7

Grey, Jonathan

CSB

17.42

8

Nimes, Josan

MIT

17.00

9

Teodoro, Bernabe

JRU

16.85

10

Oraeme, Allwell

MIT

16.54

 

REBOUNDS PER GAME

Mapua giant Allwell Oraeme continues to dominate the boards a shade under 19 boards per game, followed by San Sebastian’s Bradwyn Guinto and San Beda’s Dela Cruz.

1

Oraeme, Allwell

MIT

18.92

2

Guinto, Bradwyn

SSCR

12.23

3

De La Cruz, Arthur

SBC

12.00

4

Akhuetie, Bright

UPHSD

11.58

5

Thompson, Earl

UPHSD

10.92

6

Hamadou, Laminou

EAC

9.92

7

Onwubere, Sidney

EAC

9.42

8

Adeogun, Olaide

SBC

9.18

9

Nguidjol, Jean

LPU

9.08

10

Eze, Prince

UPHSD

8.75

 

ASSISTS PER GAME

Arellano’s Jiovani Jalalon continues to lead the league in assists made with a little over 10 per contest. Last week , Jalalon recorded his third triple-double this season which included a season-high 17 assists. Just behind Jalalon is reigning MVP Scottie Thompson of Perpetual and, again, San Beda’s Dela Cruz.

1

Jalalon, Jiovani

AU

10.14

2

Thompson, Earl

UPHSD

8.62

3

De La Cruz, Arthur

SBC

6.38

4

Nimes, Josan

MIT

4.78

5

Isit, Carlos

MIT

4.75

6

Sara, Roldan

SBC

4.67

7

Costelo, Ryan

SSCR

4.62

8

Grey, Jonathan

CSB

4.17

9

Ortuoste, Jon

SSCR

3.85

10

Cruz, Mark

CSJL

3.77

 

STEALS PER GAME

Letran swingman Rey Nambatac has been helping the league-leading Knights with his pesky defense, picking off more than two and a half steal per game, while Arellano’s Jalalon and Nambatac’s teammate Mark Cruz come in at the second and third spots

1

Nambatac, Rey

CSJL

2.62

2

Jalalon, Jiovani

AU

2.57

3

Cruz, Mark

CSJL

2.31

4

Akhuetie, Bright

UPHSD

2.17

5

Stevens, Andretti

MIT

2.14

6

Salado, Michael

AU

1.93

7

Sara, Roldan

SBC

1.83

8

Grey, Jonathan

CSB

1.83

9

Munsayac, Francis

EAC

1.67

10

Luib, Mcjour

CSJL

1.62

 

BLOCKS PER GAME

Mapua’s Allwell Oraeme remains atop the league’s rejections race, swatting away 3.15 shots per game, while Prince Eze of Perpetual stays in second with over two per game.

1

Oraeme, Allwell

MIT

3.15

2

Eze, Prince

UPHSD

2.33

3

Nguidjol, Jean

LPU

1.62

4

Sollano, Jomari

CSJL

1.62

5

Holts, Dioncee

AU

1.57

6

Hamadou, Laminou

EAC

1.46

7

AdoumAbba, Mbang

EAC

1.25

8

Guinto, Bradwyn

SSCR

1.23

9

AbdulWahab, Abdul

JRU

1.00

10

Fajarito, Christian

CSB

0.92

 

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