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NCAA Rampage | John Amores has been banned indefinitely by the NCAA after his rampage 2022

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NCAA Rampage

NCAA Rampage, John Amores has been banned indefinitely by the NCAA after his rampage. Following the brawl between Jose Rizal University and College of St. Benilde on Tuesday, the NCAA has decided to ban John Amores from all league activities indefinitely.

NCAA Rampage

According to the league Management Committee, NCAA Rampage Amores purposefully bumped and raised a finger at a referee, disregarded JRU delegate Paul Supan and court officials, raced toward Benilde’s bench, made provocative gestures that sparked a melee, and punched several players.

During his tirade, Amores punched Blazers players Mark Sangco, Jimboy Pasturan, Taine Davis, and Migs Oczon. Pasturan and Davis were both smacked in the face.

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“There is no place for violence in the NCAA.” The ManCom opposes and will not allow any acts of violence that put our athletes, participants, officials, fans, and the general public in risk. “The safety of everybody is our first concern,” the NCAA Mancom said in its judgement issued on Wednesday.

NCAA Rampage

Sangco, along with teammate Blazer CJ Flores, gets punished for two games for acting disrespectfully in front of Mancom personnel. JRU players William Sy and Ryan Arenal will also miss two games due to the same cause.

Ladis Lepalam of CSB and nine JRU players will also be suspended for one game for entering the court without being recognized by table officials. The Heavy Bombers’ next game will be without Jason Tan, Joshua Guiab, Jason Celis, Marwin Dionisio, Jan Abaoag, Jonathan Medina, Karl de Jesus, and Christian Gonzales, leaving coach Louie Gonzalez with just six players to deal with.

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Sy was also suspended for one game for leaving the bench during the incident. He will miss a total of three games. NCAA Rampage JRU now has a 6-7 record and will play San Sebastian on Friday, while CSB is the second seed with a 10-3 record.

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