Racraquin now rocking and rolling for Cool Smashers
Norman Lee Benjamin Riego on Jul 30, 2017 09:33 PM
INTRODUCE YOURSELF. Cesca Racraquin has proven to be more than capable of keeping up with her more than experienced teammates.
When Alyssa Valdez had to fulfill national team duties and, as such, had to leave behind Creamline for a while, the scoring load had to be redistributed to Pau Soriano and Rosemarie Vargas.
Being the seasoned veterans they are, both Soriano and Vargas have been nothing but up to the task and have led the Cool Smashers to three wins in all three games without Valdez.
However, along with the two, and the other seasoned veterans on the team such as Ging Balse and Ivy Remulla, someone has been quite the revelation for the league-leaders.
Cesca Racraquin, just 20-years young, has proven to be more than capable of keeping up with her more experienced teammates.
That was more evident than ever on Sunday as the pride of San Beda College top-scored for Creamline with 23 points. Of course, assistant coach Oliver Almadro was only satisfied with that kind of performance as he said, “Kitang-kita naman, si Cesca, all out.”
With the open hitter’s emergence, the Cool Smashers are as confident as ever heading into the next round even while they wait for the return of Valdez.
And whatever happens this conference, Almadro is certain that the Season 92 Rookie of the Year will be nothing but better when she takes the floor again in the NCAA. “Magiging malaking tulong ‘to sa San Beda kasi malaking experience at natututo siya rito. Kung anumang nakukuha niya rito, panigurado, madadala niya sa San Beda,” he shared.
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