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gameface_one
06-26-2006, 08:47 AM
NCAA junior cage war on
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By KRISTEL SATUMBAGA

Games Today (Ninoy Aquino Stadium) 12 noo — Jose Rizal vs San Beda (Jrs) 1:30 p.m. — San Sebastian vs Perpetual (Jrs) 3 p.m. — St. Benilde vs Letran (Jrs) ———————




SAN SEBASTIAN College coach Raymond Valenzona hopes to make up for his senior team’s opening day loss as the Staglets take on University of Perpetual Help Altalettes today at the start of the 82nd National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) junior basketball championship at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium.

The San Sebastian-Perpetual tiff is set at 1:30 p.m. with the Staglets, the defending champions, determined to beat the Altalettes. The Altas suffered a 67-73 loss to the University of Perpetual Help Altas.

Other games pit the San Beda Red Cubs against the Jose Rizal University (JRU) Light Bombers at 12 noon while the Letran Squires go up against the La Salle Greenies at 3 p.m.

The Staglets dethroned the Red Cubs last year to clinch their second title in the country’s oldest collegiate league.

Valenzona, however, will have his hands full this time following the departure of Eric Salamat and Raffy Reyes. The two, who played key roles in team’s title romp, have already graduated.

"It’s going to be tough without them but we’ll try out best," said Raymund, who took over the Stags’ coaching rein from father Arturo "Turo" Valenzona early this year.

The Cubs, for their part, are eager to reclaim their status as one of the country’s top high school basketball teams.

But their preparations to regain their title will be tested by the Light Bombers today.

Meantime, the volleyball tournament also starts today with Letran battling Perpetual Help in the men’s and women’s divisions starting at 8 a.m.

Seniors action resumes Wednesday at the same venue with opening day winners Mapua and San Beda gunning for the lead against San Sebastian and Philippine Christian U, respectively.

gameface_one
06-26-2006, 08:52 AM
Staglets start title defense



Last updated 04:06am (Mla time) 06/26/2006

Published on page A30 of the June 26, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

SAN SEBASTIAN COLLEGE opens its title-retention campaign as action in the 82nd National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) junior basketball tournament comes off the wraps today at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium in Manila.

The Staglets, who dethroned the San Beda College Red Cubs last year, battle the Perpetual Altalettes in the middle of a triple bill at 1:45 p.m.

The Red Cubs and the Jose Rizal University Light Bombers meet in the curtain raiser at 12 noon, while the Letran College Squires tackle the College of Saint Benilde-La Salle Greenhills Greenies at 3:30 p.m.

The Staglets ended a 19-year title drought last year by sweeping the Red Cubs in their championship series.

But the Staglets, coached by the youthful Raymond Valenzona, will be hard-pressed to match that feat this time as they will go into battle without key players from last year’s champion team, including Finals MVP Eric Salamat and gunner Raffy Reyes.

“Malaking factor ‘yung pagkawala ng key players namin, pero (We’ll miss our key players last year but) I’m still confident na may mga mag-i-step up sa mga puwesto na nabakante (there will be players who will step up),” said Valenzona.

Action resumes in men’s and women’s volleyball tournament starting at 8 a.m. today

kryptonite
06-27-2006, 03:52 AM
Staglets romp, JRU 5 stuns Red Cubs

By FRANK CALAPRE
The Manila Times Correspondent

The defending champion San Sebastian Staglets defeated University of Perpetual Help’s Altalettes, 86-73, while Jose Rizal U’s Light Bombers surprised the multititled San Beda Red Cubs, 75-72, Monday at the start of the 82nd National Collegiate Athletics Association juniors basketball tournament at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium.

The Staglets leaned on Ryan Buenafe and Aric Bringas, who combined for 28 points, 13 in the third period, to serve notice of their title-retention bid.

Buenafe and Bringas, along with Vergel Zulueta and Kris Sikat, also worked on a solid defense to limit the Altalettes to only seven points, while scattering 18 of their own in the first quarter.

Buenafe scored 17 and seven rebounds, while Bringas made 11 points and 12 rebounds.

In the first game, Stefan Santos hit a triple with 14.1 seconds left to seal the win for the Mandaluyong based Light Bombers, their first over last year’s runner-up Red Cubs since 1981.

"We treated this game as an ordinary match because even if we lose to San Beda it’s just expected, but what happened was the unexpected," said Jose Rizal coach Boy de Vera.

It was a stunning comeback for the Light Bombers led by Carlo Lituania, who scattered 13 points in a 35-13 blast to put Jose Rizal on top 63-47 from a 28-34 deficit at the end of the half.

Lituania topscored for JRU with 23 points and six steals, while Joel Gabriel and Reycon Kabigting made 15 points apiece.

The Scores:

First Game

JRU 75—Lituania 23, Gabriel 15, Kabigting 15, Santos 10, Cipriano 6, Bejado 4, Santos 2, Ungco 0, Santa Cruz 0, Reyes 0, Escarta 0

SBC 72—Marcelo 18, Cua 12, Yulo 7, Padilla 7, Panaligan 6, Ranises 5, Revilla 4, Lobaton 4, Dimaano 3, Cruz 2, Babilonia 2, Alabastro 2

Quarters: 4-16; 28-34; 63-47; 75-72.

Second Game

SSC-R 86—Buenafe 17, Bringas 11, Zulueta 9, Sikat 8, Penaflor, Soledad 7, Del Rio 6, Nasayao 5, Empleo 5, Lagoc 3, Carlos 3, Bringas A. 2, Mamaril 2

UPHDS 73—Mojado 13, Orbe 13, Amores 12, Chacon 9, Dizon 7, Biscocho 7, Pagkalinawan 6, Pasilong 5, Villamor 1

Quarters: 18-7; 39-23; 65-44; 86-73.

Games Wednesday (Ninoy Aquino Stadium)

Volleyball

8 a.m. – CSB vs. Letran (Men)

10 a.m.– CSB vs. Letran (Women)

Basketball

2 p.m. – SSC-R vs. MIT (Srs.)

4 p.m. – SBC vs. PCU (Srs.)

6 p.m. – SBC vs. PCU (Jrs.)

gameface_one
06-27-2006, 09:37 AM
Staglets’ title bid gets early boost
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By Kristel Satumbaga

SAN SEBASTIAN opened its title-retention bid in the high school division of the NCAA basketball championship on a high note with an easy victory over the University of Perpetual Help Altalettes, 86-73, yesterday at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium.



The Mendiola squad had no trouble exposing the weaknesses of Perpetual as they dominated the Altalettes in almost all departments.

The Staglets’ win somehow made up for the Stags’ 73-67 loss to the Altas in the opener of the men’s action last Saturday.

Earlier, the Jose Rizal University Light Bombers dropped a bomb by scoring a stunning 75-72 win over last year’s runners-up the San Beda Red Cubs.

It was the first win of the Light Bombers over the Red Cubs in 25 years.

"Unlike last year, we’re now relying on our big men this time. So far, my players showed strengths in the defensive end and we’re aiming to improve that game after game," said coach Raymond Valenzona.

Sophomore forward Ryan Buenafe, one of Valenzona’s five holdovers from last year’s line-up, led the assault for the Staglets with 17 points and seven rebounds.

Neophyte Arvie Bringas also made his presence felt by scoring 11 points and grabbing12 boards in only 16 minutes of action.

San Sebastian took an early 18-7 lead behind the exploits of Buenafe and Bringas and were never threatened from there on.

The Light Bombers, who placed fifth last year, drew firepower from pointguard Carlo Lituania who scattered 12 of his 23 points in the third quarter that enabled to raze a 34-28 deficit and post a 63-47 lead. The 5-foot-9 sophomore also had six steals and three assists in 33 minutes of action.

"Losing to San Beda is ordinary because they have always been the team to beat, winning this game is completely different," said an ecstatic JRU mentor Boy de Vera said. "I guess the boys are just motivated to strive harder in our campaign this season."

In volleyball action, Letran completed its mastery over University of Perpetual Help by winning in both the men’s and women’s divisions.

The Knights hammered the Altas for a 25-19, 25-14, 25-27, 25-23 win while their female counterparts had an easy time dispatching the Lady Altas, 25-11, 25-17, 25-14.

gameface_one
06-27-2006, 09:41 AM
Lighties score rare win over Red Cubs
By Joey Villar
The Philippine Star 06/27/2006

Jose Rizal U pulled off one of the most stirring reversals in the NCAA junior cage history when it upended highly fancied San Beda, 75-72, yesterday at the start of the competitions before a stunned crowd at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium.

Carlo Lituania scattered 13 of his game-high 23 points in the pivotal third quarter where the Light Bombers outscored their rivals, 35-13, to seize control before hanging tough in the stretch to fashion out the victory, that brought to mind their best outing in the league 25 years ago.

"This was unexpected and rare," said Jose Rizal coach Boy de Vera in Filipino. "It’s a nice feeling winning over a strong team like San Beda."

It was indeed a heavy third quarter assault by the Light Bombers, who appeared headed for another lackluster debut after scoring only four points in the first quarter as against San Beda’s 16.

The Red Cubs, one of the country’s top high school teams with a total of 16 NCAA crowns, still sat on a 34-28 cushion at the turn but uncharacteristically crumbled in the face of the Light Bombers spirited charge in the third period.

In the other game, San Sebastian downed Perpetual Help, 86-73, to open its title-retention bid.

It was an inspiring win for the Light Bombers, who last won the junior title in 1977 and made big strides last year by winning five of their 14 games, including a 3-1 (win-loss) start last season.

It also somehow made up for the embarrassing 51-81 loss by the Heavy Bombers to the Red Lions in Saturday’s opener at the Big Dome.

In the third game, the Letran Squires trounced the St. Benilde Greenies, 79-69.

gameface_one
06-27-2006, 09:52 AM
NCAA junior caging

Staglets upend Altalettes


Last updated 05:35am (Mla time) 06/27/2006

Published on page A22 of the June 27, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

SAN SEBASTIAN College worked behind the remnants of its champion team last year to repulse University of Perpetual Help System Dalta, 86-73, at the start yesterday of the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) juniors basketball tournament at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium in Malate, Manila.

Forward Ryan Buenafe came off the bench to score 17 points, while rookie center Arvie Bringas posted a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds to lead the defending champion Staglets.

“We have 10 new players, but the good thing is that those who came in are tall players, so we have a solid frontline,” said San Sebastian coach Raymond Valenzona, who lost Finals Most Valuable Player Eric Salamat, Paul Lee and Raffy Reyes to graduation.

“We played good defense and we have to continue doing that to be successful.”

In the tournament opener, the Jose Rizal University Light Bombers ended a 25-year long losing skid against the San Beda College Red Cubs with a stunning 75-72 win.

Carlo Lituania shot 13 of his 23 points in pivotal third quarter to shock last year’s runner-up squad.

“This is unexpected,” said JRU coach Boy de Vera. “If we win, it’s good; if not, it’s just normal for us. This is rare for us because San Beda is a strong team.”

JRU opened a solid second-half performance by outscoring San Beda, 35-13, and turning a 28-34 halftime deficit into a 63-47 lead.

The Red Cubs rallied to within 69-70 with 1:05 minutes left, but a jumper by Raycon Kabigting and a triple by Stefan Santos gave the Light Bombers a six-point cushion, 75-69.

Ralph Cua nailed a triple to trim the lead to 72-75.

Although the Cubs forced an inbound violation, Leeward Lobaton’s potential game-tying triple rimmed out at the buzzer.

In volleyball action, Letran College scored a twin kill against Perpetual Help with a 25-19, 25-14, 25-27, 25-23 win in the men’s division.

The Letran belles also easily disposed of the Lady Altas in straight sets, 25-11, 25-17, 26-14, in the women’s division. Marc Anthony Reyes

The scores:

First Game (Jrs)
JRU 75 -- Lituania 23, Gabriel 15, Kabigting 15, Santos 10, Cipriano 6, Bejado 4, Santos 2, Ungco 0, Sta. Cruz 0, Reyes 0, Escarta 0.

SBC 72 -- Marcelo 18, Cua 12, Yulo 7, Padilla 7, Panaligan 6, Ranises 5, Revilla 4, Lobaton 4, Dimaano 3, Cruz 2, Babilonia 2, Alabastro 2.

Quarters: 4-16; 28-34; 63-47; 75-72

Second Game (Jrs)

SSC 86 -- Buenafe 17, Bringas, Ar. 11, Zulueta 9, Sikat 8, Penaflor 8, Soledad 7, del Rio 6, Nasayao 5, Empleo 5, Tagoc 3, Carlos 3, Bringas, An. 2, Mamaril 2, Juan 0, Delgado 0.

PERPETUAL 73 -- Mojado 13, Orbe 13, Amores 12, Chacon 9, Dizon 7, Biscocho 7, Pagkalinawan 6, Pasilong 5, Villamor 1, Labapis 0, Papa 0, Mancia 0.

Quarters: 18-7; 39-23; 65-44; 86-73.

Global Greenie
06-27-2006, 10:11 AM
Lighties score rare win over Red Cubs
By Joey Villar
The Philippine Star 06/27/2006

Jose Rizal U pulled off one of the most stirring reversals in the NCAA junior cage history when it upended highly fancied San Beda, 75-72, yesterday at the start of the competitions before a stunned crowd at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium.

Carlo Lituania scattered 13 of his game-high 23 points in the pivotal third quarter where the Light Bombers outscored their rivals, 35-13, to seize control before hanging tough in the stretch to fashion out the victory, that brought to mind their best outing in the league 25 years ago.

"This was unexpected and rare," said Jose Rizal coach Boy de Vera in Filipino. "It’s a nice feeling winning over a strong team like San Beda."

It was indeed a heavy third quarter assault by the Light Bombers, who appeared headed for another lackluster debut after scoring only four points in the first quarter as against San Beda’s 16.

The Red Cubs, one of the country’s top high school teams with a total of 16 NCAA crowns, still sat on a 34-28 cushion at the turn but uncharacteristically crumbled in the face of the Light Bombers spirited charge in the third period.

In the other game, San Sebastian downed Perpetual Help, 86-73, to open its title-retention bid.

It was an inspiring win for the Light Bombers, who last won the junior title in 1977 and made big strides last year by winning five of their 14 games, including a 3-1 (win-loss) start last season.

It also somehow made up for the embarrassing 51-81 loss by the Heavy Bombers to the Red Lions in Saturday’s opener at the Big Dome.

In the third game, the Letran Squires trounced the St. Benilde Greenies, 79-69.




Hey! It was the Greenies that trounced the Squires!

kryptonite
06-28-2006, 03:37 AM
Here's the correct story...Opening day victors gun for win No. 2

The Philippine Star 06/28/2006

Mapua Tech and San Beda College try to sustain the momentum of their opening day victories as they take on separate rivals today at resumption of action in the 82nd National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) men’s basketball tournament at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium.

The Cardinals thwarted the Philippine Christian U Dolphins, last year’s runners-up, in a low-scoring ballgame, 47-42, while the Red Lions, behind Nigerian Samuel Ekwe, blasted the Jose Rizal Heavy Bombers, 81-51, in the league’s inaugurals at the Araneta Coliseum last Saturday.

Focus will be on the San Beda-PCU duel at 4 p.m., which features the clash of two of the league’s talented big men in Ekwe and Gabby Espinas, the PCU slotman who is expected to atone for his so-so showing against Mapua.

While the 6-foot-6 Espinas, who bagged the Rookie of the Year and MVP honors in 2004, struggled for nine points against the Cardinals, the 6-foot-8 Ekwe debuted with impressive numbers, finishing with 13 points, including three thunderous dunks, and 13 rebounds.

"Hopefully, Gabby, as well as Jason (Castro) and Beau (Belga) will step up because if we play like we did against Mapua, we don’t have a chance against San Beda," said PCU coach Joel Dualan.

Mapua, on the other hand, takes on San Sebastian Stags in the 2 p.m. opener with Jeofferson Gonzales, who knocked in three of his four charities in the final minute to anchor the Cards’ victory over the Dolphins, expected to lead the charge of the Muralla-based cagers.

Like PCU, San Sebastian dropped its opening day game, 67-73, to Perpetual Help System DALTA.

"We have to be aggressive on defense because Mapua likes to run and they have good perimeter players. We also have to be consistent on our free throw shooting," said Raymond Valenzona, now the man at the helm at SSC.

San Beda and PCU tangle in the lone junior game at 6 p.m.

Meanwhile, College of St. Benilde beat Letran, 79-69, in the third game of the NCAA juniors tournament last Monday.

J.B.
06-28-2006, 08:10 AM
^ ang daming mga unexpected defeats pagdating sa juniors ahh

ang lalakas ngayon team..pero babawi ang Red Cubs when they fight against PCU

goodluck to our Red Lions mamaya

Animo

kryptonite
06-29-2006, 12:22 AM
The Coming Out Party of Ferdinand?

Ekwe-Espinas matchup to spice up Lions-Dolphins clash


Inquirer
Last updated 03:13am (Mla time) 06/28/2006

Published on page A27 of the June 28, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

GAMES TODAY
(Ninoy Aquino Stadium)
2 p.m. -- San Sebastian vs Mapua (Srs)
4 p.m. -- San Beda vs PCU (Srs)
6 p.m. -- San Beda vs PCU (Jrs)

NIGERIAN student Samuel Ekwe struts his wares today as San Beda College takes on Philippine Christian University, even as Mapua Institute of Technology seeks its second straight win in the NCAA basketball tourney at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium in Manila.

The 6-foot-9 Ekwe was sparingly used in the Red Lions’ 81-51 crushing of the Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers last Saturday after incurring two fouls in the first quarter. But he still put in 13 points, punctuated by three slam dunks.

The burly Ekwe will be up against Gabby Espinas, the PCU Dolphin who happens to play like an import himself, in the second game of a triple bill at 4 p.m.

Espinas, the 6-foot-4 Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player in 2004, is raring to redeem himself after a miserable performance on opening day of the National Collegiate Athletics Association season, when he only scored nine points in the Dolphins’ 42-47 loss to Mapua.

“Whoever coaches a team which plays like that will surely get hypertension,” said PCU coach Joel Dualan, the replacement for Junel Baculi who resigned due to high blood pressure.

Mapua plays San Sebastian College at 2 p.m. with the Stags still smarting from a 67-73 loss to the University of Perpetual Help System-Dalta last Saturday.

Meanwhile, Indonesian student Ferdinand -- who like many Indonesians uses only one name -- combined with forward Martin Reyes as La Salle Green Hills overpowered Letran College, 79-69, in the nightcap of first-day junior play Monday at the same venue.

Ferdinand had 23 points, 12 rebounds, four blocks and two steals, and Reyes contributed 16 points, 11 rebounds and two steals for the Greenies.

The Greenies touched off the rout by limiting the Squires to just nine points in the first quarter. Marc Anthony Reyes
The scores (Jrs)

LSGH 79 -- Ferdinand 23, Reyes 16, Crespo 11, Sia 7, Liwag 6, De Guzman 5, Musngi 4, Dela Paz 2, Villanueva 2, Bienvenida 2, Guiao 1, Raganas 0, Yulo 0, Carbonilla 0, Quebral 0.

LETRAN 69 -- San Jose 18, Rosales 17, Wong 13, Alas, Kris 11, Alas Kev 10, Munsayac 0, Ruiz 0, Bagsit 0, Cruz 0, Gonzalez 0, Javier 0.

Quarters: 22-9, 39-32, 62-51, 79-69

kryptonite
06-29-2006, 03:51 AM
JUNIORS STANDINGS

SCHOOL-------W---L

JRU-------------1---0
LSGH-----------1---0
SSCR-----------1---0
SBC-------------1---1
CSJL------------0---1
UPHDS---------0---1
PCU-------------0---1

bigfreeze_bibby
06-29-2006, 07:48 AM
Sayang mas maganda sana competition nito if there's still Mapua in the juniors division. Any news if Mapua plans to put up a juniors team again soon?

oca
06-29-2006, 08:50 AM
Sayang mas maganda sana competition nito if there's still Mapua in the juniors division. Any news if Mapua plans to put up a juniors team again soon?


Yuchengco, after acquiring Mapua, put up a high school- MALAYAN SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL. Ito YATA ang tatayong HS para sa Mapua. I read at wikipedia.com that Mapua will rejoin the juniors competition beginning SY 2007-08.

Sana nga matuloy. At kung matuloy, they apply the same formula they had before. Then, mas maganda ang labanan!

kryptonite
07-01-2006, 03:51 AM
Any updates on the Juniors match last June 30?

Global Greenie
07-01-2006, 10:58 AM
Greenies won 87-75.

glock23
07-03-2006, 05:47 PM
^^^did LSGH win against san beda today?

cub
07-03-2006, 05:54 PM
Red Cubs won over the Greenies. 88 74.

christian
07-03-2006, 11:49 PM
boxscores and stats please... i wonder how ferdinand/marcelo match up went :)

LION
07-04-2006, 07:57 AM
The Marcelo vs. Ferdinand event was a no contest.

Marcelo dominated Ferdinand. Enough said.

pulang leon
07-04-2006, 11:41 AM
What was the box score? Why do you think that Ferdinand is no match for Marcelo? What did you based it on?? Is that just your personal opinion?? What are Ferdinand's and Marcelo's stats??

More info naman...

Salamat!

MonL
07-04-2006, 11:56 AM
What was the box score?* Why do you think that Ferdinand is no match for Marcelo?* What did you based it on??* Is that just your personal opinion??* What are Ferdinand's and Marcelo's stats??

More info naman...

Salamat!


22 Marcelo vs 8 Ferdinand in scoring. Ferdinand fouled out.

LION
07-04-2006, 11:58 AM
^ I watched the game. *Regular followers of the SBC Cubs and LSGH know that Ferdinand is simply no match to Marcelo. No contest. *Shaq vs. Desagana Diop.

I will indulge you. Ferdinand was not *a factor in the game yesterday. *He could not guard Marcelo who was having his way against him. *Check the box scores in b.com. Points pa lang and nandun. Wala pa dun yung rebounds and block shots. Wala pa din dun yung intimidation factor which is a Marcelo trademark.

LION
07-04-2006, 12:01 PM
What was the box score?* Why do you think that Ferdinand is no match for Marcelo?* What did you based it on??* Is that just your personal opinion??* What are Ferdinand's and Marcelo's stats??

More info naman...

Salamat!


22 Marcelo vs 8 Ferdinand in scoring. Ferdinand fouled out.


Ferdinand fouled out because of you know who.

oca
07-04-2006, 02:30 PM
Marcelo vs Ferdinand ba 'ika nyo?

Sa labanan sa centro, walang panalo si Ferdinand.

Pero malihis lang ng konti, pagdating sa college, I can see Ferdinand instantly making more impact than the 'Fro Kid. Why? This early, Ferdinand has shown moves more adapt for the 4 position than the 5. While Marcelo has shown nothing but dominance in the 5 spot. Which means for Marcelo's current height and to still play center in college, he will not have that dominant height advantage over the field to begin with.

Of course if Marcelo would grow a couple of inches more, then he will instantly make an impact at center for any school at any league. But, if he doesn't grow any taller, he may be forced to play 4 and he would have to start learning a few more things.

To learn is to go through a process. Kaya, lamang si Ferdinand pagdating ng oras na iyon.

LION
07-04-2006, 06:54 PM
Marcelo is less than 18 years old. It is possible for him to grow 1 or 2 inches more.

Sa laki ni Ferdinand, baka walang team na gustong paglaruin siya as a 4.

At any rate, you don't need to be 6'6 to effectively play the 5 position. Ben Wallace is just 6'9, or even smaller. Rico Villanueva was only 6'5 when he played center in college. Same with Allado. Fampulme is just 6'3.

My take is that Marcelo can play the 4 and 5 in college. Sa college, siguradong kakainin siya ng mas matanda at mas magulang sa kanyang mga sentro. Pero pana panahon lang yan. A young center full of promise vs. older and taller centers who will soon use up their eligibility.

Kung hindi pwedeng maging magaling na sentro si Marcelo sa college, sino sa current junior players ang mas pwede?

christian
07-04-2006, 09:41 PM
d bale, sa ngayon bugbog pa naman si ferdinand kay marcelo :) let's see kung magtapat si marcelo at ferdinand sa college then you can judge, or if they went separate leagues, let's see who has better stats and who made the most impact. MARCELO! MARCELO! MARCELO!

BLUE HORSE
07-05-2006, 03:53 AM
If Ferdinand stays with LaSalle,he wil have the luxury of playing either the 4 or 5 in college. LaSalle will have Ilad, Walsham and the Fil-Am playing the 5 next year. Maierhofer, Co and Ferdinand can play the 4. I will not be surprise if Ferdinand is kept in team B for a year for him to develop his game. Down the road, LaSalle is counting on the large LSGH prodigal son to suit up for DLSU after getting away from coach Mon Amador. Balita ko, he almost transferred to Beda this year because he didn't like the current coach like 3 other Greenie's? LaSalle has first dibs on the big boy from CKS.

Despite their surplus of big boys, DLSU is hoping to make a big run at Marcelo at the end of the year.

LION
07-05-2006, 07:55 AM
Blue,

How about the Ateneo? Aantayin niyo pa ba yung end of the year? :)

BLUE HORSE
07-05-2006, 10:29 AM
Blue,

How about the Ateneo?* Aantayin niyo pa ba yung end of the year?* * :)


Bwahahaha!* I am sure Marcelo knows by now which schools are lusting for his services.* All of the top schools in metro Manila.* Just ask Bchoter and Cackler!*;D

Ateneo has a big need for 4's and 5's with the departure of Japeth and the impending departure of Kramer and Intal.* Quimson and Arao should follow suit the year after,* According to posts in AP.com, the fix is on to make sure that Marcelo will only don either a red or blue uniforn next season and the Taft boys don'tlike it specially the way Marcelo dominated Ferdinand.* That'sok by me but I would not sell coach Lipa of UP short.* He has something to offer a big man that SBC and Ateneo may not be able to offer right away, playing time and lots of it as a freshman.

Global Greenie
07-14-2006, 11:34 AM
Can we have the Juniors stats as well?

kryptonite
07-15-2006, 12:56 AM
If Ferdinand stays with LaSalle,he wil have the luxury of playing either the 4 or 5 in college. LaSalle will have Ilad, Walsham and the Fil-Am playing the 5 next year. Maierhofer, Co and Ferdinand can play the 4. I will not be surprise if Ferdinand is kept in team B for a year for him to develop his game. Down the road, LaSalle is counting on the large LSGH prodigal son to suit up for DLSU after getting away from coach Mon Amador. Balita ko, he almost transferred to Beda this year because he didn't like the current coach like 3 other Greenie's? LaSalle has first dibs on the big boy from CKS.

Despite their surplus of big boys, DLSU is hoping to make a big run at Marcelo at the end of the year.


Sorry, but I was away for quite sometime. Anyway, who's this Fil-am kid you're talking about who'll don the Green and White very soon? Thanks.

Howard the Duck
07-20-2006, 10:37 AM
Nanalo ang UPHD? Kanino? :D

person
07-20-2006, 10:48 AM
guys i know it's too early to ask...but will the junior star players of their respective schools play for them in college as well???or will most of them jumpshift to the uaap???im not that familiar with the junior stars...the only 3 i know are marcelo, buenafe and ferdinand....can you guys give me a background of the other junior stars???ty....

Wang-Bu
09-04-2006, 08:30 PM
Sina David Marcelo, Ryan Buenafe at Ferdinand lang naman talaga ang tinitignan sa ngayon ng mga college teams gawa ng pinapakita nilang kakaibang galing, angat talaga laro nila sa Juniors. Mukhang derechong San Beda Seniors na ang Red Cub na si Marcelo. Si Buenafe ay hinuhugot ng Ateneo sa tulong ng dati niyang kakamping si Eric Salamat, bagama't may mga nagsasabing baka mapunta daw ito sa UST. Si Ferdinand naman ay siempre dederecho na sa Taft matapos sa Greenhills.

May ilang Chinoy player galing Tiong lian na mukhang matinding dating gaya nung Justin Chua. Pero alam ko may dalawang taon pa yata siya sa high school kaya matagal-tagal pa antayan.

binocular
09-09-2006, 04:16 PM
kamusta na po recruitment kay buenafe?sino lamang sa pagkuha sa kanya, admu o ust?

person
09-09-2006, 07:44 PM
dapat cguro either ust siya or stay with the stags...if he goes to ateneo,, ang daming kalaban...buti sa ust, may staglet na sumikat din sa kanila like evangelista...he will be utilized very well by coach pido...or sa stags siya mapunta at baka maging ala leo najorda cya....if anyone knows him, just let him know he is welcomed here at ust....

Posterized
09-09-2006, 09:45 PM
person,

Mag-abang ka lang ng konti pang sandali at sigurado akong sisikat si Eric Salamat sa Ateneo.

binocular
09-10-2006, 04:45 AM
wala ng kalaban si ryan sa admu. kailangan nila ng tall wingmen so hindi issue yun na maraming kalaban. remember, jc is graduating, zion will play his last year of eligibility next year, ken will be a senior next year. maraming guards pero forwards, i doubt.

mas maraming kalaban sa ust, ababou, canlas, allera, ang dame sa team b pa.

mas welcom siya sa admu. at siyempre, he will be with his friend, eric salamat. kung meron mang mas nakakakilala sa kanya bukod sa family niya, si eric na yun. at siya na ang magsasabi kay ryan na inaantay na lang siya ng mga atenista sa katipunan. ;)

danny
09-10-2006, 07:04 AM
Basta si Marcelo sa San Beda. :)

person
09-10-2006, 09:30 AM
wala ng kalaban si ryan sa admu. kailangan nila ng tall wingmen so hindi issue yun na maraming kalaban. remember, jc is graduating, zion will play his last year of eligibility next year, ken will be a senior next year. maraming guards pero forwards, i doubt.

mas maraming kalaban sa ust, ababou, canlas, allera, ang dame sa team b pa.

mas welcom siya sa admu. at siyempre, he will be with his friend, eric salamat. kung meron mang mas nakakakilala sa kanya bukod sa family niya, si eric na yun. at siya na ang magsasabi kay ryan na inaantay na lang siya ng mga atenista sa katipunan. ;)

that may be true...but canlas is a center...ababou is a G/F who can play point and allera is a G...ryan can play his natural position if it is the 3 or 4...kasi if ryan plays with the likes of japs, i believe gagaling cya lalo...tsaka sina evangelista and vizcarra are in their last playing year this season...if buenafe comes to ust,, malamang cya na ang kukuha sa mga vacant slots ng ust...if he goes to ateneo, he's going to be expected to fill in the void left by jc and doug...which i believe will be too much to handle for him..and danny your right...marcelo diretso mendiola na yan...

binocular
09-10-2006, 06:49 PM
labo ah, pag marami ka position sa admu sa ust na lang, pag si intal papalitan sa line up, too much to handle.haha obvious na ayaw mapunta sa ateneo si ryan. ;D payat si canlas to play the center and allera can't dribble. puro alanganin. maraming forwards sa team b ng ust, meron pa nga raw team c dun e. hehe mas mababangko si ryan sa ust. lets see kung mas gusto niyang kasama ang friend niya sa admu.

o nga marcelo sa sbc na yan kaya si #% na lang ang pupunta sa admu. we know marcelo is far better than our prospect kaya swerte niyo talaga. ;D

danny
09-11-2006, 02:21 AM
labo ah, pag marami ka position sa admu sa ust na lang, pag si intal papalitan sa line up, too much to handle.haha obvious na ayaw mapunta sa ateneo si ryan. ;D payat si canlas to play the center and allera can't dribble. puro alanganin. maraming forwards sa team b ng ust, meron pa nga raw team c dun e. hehe mas mababangko si ryan sa ust. lets see kung mas gusto niyang kasama ang friend niya sa admu.

o nga marcelo sa sbc na yan kaya si #% na lang ang pupunta sa admu. we know marcelo is far better than our prospect kaya swerte niyo talaga. ;D


Ang tantya ko, binabalanse ng Ateneo at San Beda ang line-up nila. Para ke at si MVP ang numero unong supporter ng dalawang koponan. Hindi ako magtataka kung mayroong Bedistang pupuntang Ateneo. Ito'y aking haka haka lang naman.

binocular
09-11-2006, 04:37 PM
labo ah, pag marami ka position sa admu sa ust na lang, pag si intal papalitan sa line up, too much to handle.haha obvious na ayaw mapunta sa ateneo si ryan.* ;D payat si canlas to play the center and allera can't dribble. puro alanganin. maraming forwards sa team b ng ust, meron pa nga raw team c dun e. hehe mas mababangko si ryan sa ust. lets see kung mas gusto niyang kasama ang friend niya sa admu.

o nga marcelo sa sbc na yan kaya si #% na lang ang pupunta sa admu. we know marcelo is far better than our prospect kaya swerte niyo talaga. ;D


Ang tantya ko, binabalanse ng Ateneo at San Beda ang line-up nila.* Para ke at si MVP ang numero unong supporter ng dalawang koponan. Hindi ako magtataka kung mayroong Bedistang pupuntang Ateneo. Ito'y aking haka haka lang naman.


yung hi-nilight niyo po ay hindi tiga sbc. di hamak na mas malaki si marcelo sa kanya pero kayang maglaro sa ilalim. sana makuha namin siya.

ano po ang tantya niyo kay buenafe kung san siya?

mukhang sbc ang binibuild up ni mvp.

lekiboy
09-11-2006, 08:14 PM
Binocular,
What do you think about MVP? Is he more of an Atenean or a Bedan? He is GS58 and HS 62 in SBC and then Ateneo in college... tama ba?
After you answer this question, I think we will all know what team he is building up... haka haka ko din...

binocular
09-11-2006, 08:26 PM
di naman natin pwede sabihin kung sino talaga ibubuild up niya. kung sino gusto niya bahala siya. depende naman sa mga players yun eh. tska ibang leagues naman sila. bahala siya. ;D

luranski
09-11-2006, 09:48 PM
he wants a grandslam for the red lions, sinabi niya last friday sa San Beda... at napatahimik na lang si coach koy... hehe

lekiboy
09-11-2006, 10:11 PM
he wants a grandslam for the red lions, sinabi niya last friday sa San Beda... at napatahimik na lang si coach koy... hehe


WOW! sino ba ayaw? Di ba? hahahaha

person
09-13-2006, 06:25 PM
hu won the junior games today???wla sa ubelt...

mighty_lion
09-13-2006, 06:29 PM
hu won the junior games today???wla sa ubelt...


san sebastian over red cubs

person
09-13-2006, 09:04 PM
whoa....what was the final score???best player???

AnthonyServinio
09-14-2006, 12:48 AM
September 13 (Wed) - Araneta Coliseum
San Sebastian d. San Beda, 61-52
Ryan Buenafe (SSC) - 13 points, eight rebounds, six blocks
David Marcelo (SBC) - 17 points, 18 rebounds

PCU-Union d. Jose Rizal, 67-66
Elvin Jake Pascual (PCU) - winning FG with 0:02 left

September 18 (Mon) - Araneta Coliseum
2:00PM PCU-Union vs. San Sebastian (Finals Game One)

September 20 (Wed) - Araneta Coliseum
2:00PM PCU-Union vs. San Sebastian (Finals Game Two)

September 22 (Fri) - Araneta Coliseum
2:00PM PCU-Union vs. San Sebastian (Finals Game Three - if needed)

Note: Schedule subject to change.

person
09-25-2006, 03:57 PM
where will elvin pascual and ryan buenafe go from here???are they committed to play for pcu and ssc respectively???

oca
09-25-2006, 04:57 PM
where will elvin pascual and ryan buenafe go from here???are they committed to play for pcu and ssc respectively???


Let's put it this way, ano man ang binitawang salita ngayon, mas paniwalaan natin ang bibitawang salita sa panahon ng enrollment sa June 2007.

Howard the Duck
07-11-2007, 12:30 AM
LC and SBC 2-1
UPHD 0-3
all others 1-2 ;D

mighty_lion
07-11-2007, 12:45 AM
LC and SBC 2-1
UPHD 0-3
all others 1-2* ;D


mahabang biyahe payan. pero as of now litaw na SBC, LC at SSC ang magpapatayan nyan sa huli.

christian
07-12-2007, 10:13 AM
The Squires after losing to the Greenies, brought down powerhouse teams, the Staglets and the Red Cubs, what with the Squires?

ESCALERA JR.
07-12-2007, 05:40 PM
They've got ACES up their sleeves :D

PAR ALAS ;D

danny
07-13-2007, 05:49 AM
They've got ACES up their sleeves* :D

PAR ALAS ;D


Yare kami diyan. ;D

christian
07-13-2007, 11:32 AM
Hehehe oo nga, hindi bale, umaasa pa rin ako na masa-SALVA namin ang championship ;D

Global Greenie
07-13-2007, 10:23 PM
Ang Benilde Greenies meron namang quadro (del REYes) King. (Martin. Mikee, McCoy and Mac). Sana naman mapunta ang suwerte sa amin.