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03-08-2007, 10:37 AM
teams include Tagaytay-Spring, Burger King, Wangs Ballclub, UCM-Lyceum, CKP168.com, Pacific Supertex, 5th avenue telecoms, Rusty Lopez and ACSAT.

03-08-2007, 08:48 PM
hi joelex, do you have game skeds?

03-10-2007, 04:37 PM
as far as i know, they play MWF, mondays at lyceum and WF at the UM gym. first game starts 7pm or 730

03-23-2007, 09:23 AM
Spring rips Mail & More

Last updated 03:22am (Mla time) 03/23/2007

MANILA, Philippines -- Two-time champion Spring Cooking Oil shrugged off the challenge of Mail & More/Federal Tyres, 60-49, for its fifth straight win in the 2007 PICAA Open basketball tournament at the Lyceum of the Philippines University gym.

Rodel Mallari, Nino Marquez, Ryan Regalado and Welland Muńoz joined forces as the Cooking Oil Masters of national shooting champion Nathaniel “Tac” Padilla unloaded a 12-5 bomb in the last four minutes to win comfortably.

Spring remains the only unbeaten team in the eight-team tourney.

Mallari eluded Mail & More’s swarming defense to score five of his team-high 14 points in the crucial stretch.

Ronjay Buenafe led Mail & More with 19 markers.

UCM Auto Aircon/Lyceum subdued defending champion Pacific Supertex, 61-55, in the other game.

UCM blew a 17-point halftime lead but recovered in time to beat Pacific for its third victory in six games.

The scores:
SPRING 60 -- Mallari 14, Marquez 10, Regalado 9, Salud 9, Bolocon 5, Reyes 4, Munoz 4, Barnson 4, Tajonera 1.
MAIL & MORE 49 -- Buenafe 19, David 13, De Guzman 6, Masibang 6, Te 3, Reroma 2, Alminario 0, Manalo 0.
Quarters: 10-5, 30-23, 44-38, 60-49

03-29-2007, 03:40 AM
standings at the end of the elimination round:

1 Tagaytay-Spring 6-1 (Nino Marquez, Rodel Mallari, Nani Epondulan, Welland Munoz)
2 CKP168 5-2 (Erwin Sta Maria, Allan Evangelista, Derick Hubalde, Mark Magsumbol)
3 Mail and More 5-2 (Ronjay Buenafe, Nestor David, Wynsjon Te, Ryan Bernardo)
4 Wang's 4-3 (Ronnie Mattias, Edrick Ferrer)
5 Pacific S'tex 4-3 (Francis Mercado, Francis Sanz, Danny Capobres)
6 UCM-Lyceum 3-4 ( Eric Rodriguez, Mark Moreno, Ardy Larong, Lou Gatumbato)
7 Rusty Lopez 1-7 (Tristan Codamon, Gilbert Neo, Ariel de Castro)
8 ACSAT Lightnings 0-7 (Lito Casil)

quarterfinals on friday 30 March, semis on monday 2 April

3 Mail and More vs. 6 UCM-Lyceum, winner vs CKP168
4 Wangs vs. 5 Pacific Supertex, winner vs Tagaytay-Spring

04-10-2007, 03:29 PM
CKP drew first blood by beating spring-tagaytay in OT last night. it is 1-0 now in this best of 3

04-13-2007, 01:59 AM
CKP168.com dethrones 2 time champion Spring Cooking Oil, bags PICAA crown in its first try.

07-31-2007, 12:53 AM
The long standing PICAA tourney headed by eusebio "boy"ong and erik miranda has recently opened and to my surprise this league is basically PBL and NBC combined where the players get a chance to play (and earn) during their respective leagues off season. practically all teams are PBL caliber already some are even playing with current PBA reserves. IIRC, im pretty sure ALL PBL stars except for those turning pro are playing here. saw one of the games and masasabing bakbakan talaga. hardcore pa ang dating kasi napupuno ang lyceum gym with intramuros by standers. bong tan even has his burger king PBL team competing with ronjay buenafe playing all out even as he has declared for the PBA draft this august. i think there are 7 teams competing..

08-05-2007, 09:01 AM
Ocean Fresh grabs solo PICAA lead

Games Thursday (Lyceum Gym)
7 p.m.— Creative Cellphone vs Coors Light Beer
8:30 p.m. — Polymaster vs Ocean Fresh-Lyceum

OCEAN FRESH-LYCEUM thumped Coors Light Beer, 101-90, to seize the solo lead in the 2007 PICAA 2nd Conference Commissioner’s Cup at the Lyceum Gym.

Paul Santiago and Mark Yee paced Ocean Fresh with 16 points apiece while Nestor David, a former University of the Philippines standout, added 13 including nine in the pivotal third quarter run that sealed them a fourth straight win.

In the other game, Creative Cellphone leaned on clutch baskets by Nino Marquez and former pro Ato Morano to pull off a come-from-behind 77-76 win over CKP 168 for its first win in three games.

Morano scored on a wide-open lay-up with less than two seconds to go for the go-ahead basket while Marquez buried a triple a few plays later to seal the win in this event backed by Chloe Lighting and Work Station Designer’s Center with Boy Ong as commissioner and Boy Reglo as technical director.

Playing team owner, Lucio "Bong" Tan, Jr. paced Coors with a game-high 25 points highlighted by five triples.

Tan shone the most in the fourth quarter where he sizzled with 12 points but Coors couldn’t dig its way out of a deep hole as it fell to a third setback against a triumph.

Rodel Mallari scored18 points in spearheading the Adonis Tierra-mentored CKP 168, which led most of the match before collapsing in the stretch to fall to its second defeat against a win.

The scores:

First Game

OCEAN FRESH-LYCEUM 101 — Santiago 16, Yee 16, David 13, Larong 12, Lanete 10, Pagente 10, Salangsang 6, Medina 6, Villamin 5, Mondragon 4, Tan 3

COORS LIGHT BEER 90 — Tan 25, Aquino 16, Buenafe 13, Mendoza 10, Urbiztondo 8, Dizon 6, Lualhati 5, Valdez 4, Santiago 3

Quarters: 29-23; 53-45; 83-61; 101-90

Second Game

CREATIVE CELLPHONE 77 — Marquez 12, Tajonera 12, Morano 11, Sanz 10, Al. Gamboa 9, Ballesteros 8, Ar. Gamboa 7, Epondulan 3, Ilustistica 2, Go 2, Lopez 1

ckp168 76 — Mallai 18, Magumbol 14, Hubalde 10, Zagala 8, Butel 8, Estrada 4, Jaime 4, Coronel 4, Santos 2, Poloyapoy 2, Sta. Maria 2

Quarters: 20-27; 40-42; 59-59; 77-76

09-19-2007, 07:56 AM
Lyceum vs PIC for PICAA title

OCEAN FRESH Lyceum and Polymaster Industrial Corp. pulled off contrasting victories recently to arrange a best-of-three title showdown in the PICAA 2nd Conference Commissioner’s Cup at the La Consolacion Gym.

Paul Santiago hit a triple with seconds to go in overtime to power the Seafood Experts to a 103-101 win over the hardfighting Creative Cellular Masters while the Industrial Kings didn’t give the Rusty Lopez Shoemakers little room to operate in a 95-85 triumph that forged their interesting duel.

Jason Castro paced Ocean Fresh with 24 points while ex-pro Allan Salangsang and Beau Belga chipped in 18 and 15 points, respectively.

However, it was Santiago who made the biggest shot of the game.

Down 100-101 after Bo Cummings scored on an undergoal stab, Santiago found himself open on the left wing, received a pass from Castro and took the triple that swished the net to seal it.

09-22-2007, 01:42 PM
Ocean Fresh forces rubber

Game today (Lyceum Gym)
7 p.m. — Ocean Fresh-Lyceum vs Polymaster

Former Philippine Christian University player Beau Belga made two free throws with a fraction of a second to go in overtime as Ocean Fresh-Lyceum defeated Polymaster Industrial Corp, 84-83, Thursday night to push the series to a winner-take-all Game 3 in their PICAA 2nd Conference Commissioner’s Cup title showdown at the Lyceum Gym.

Belga, a member of the PCU Dolphins that bagged the 2004 NCAA title, was fouled by Larry Rodriguez with seventeenth of a second to go in the extra period to tie their short series at 1-1and arrange a decider today at the same venue.

The Industrial Kings, who took Game 1, 88-86, last Tuesday, had the chance to wrap things up when a Larry Rodriguez lay-up gave them an 81-78 lead with a little less than two minutes to go.

However, ex-pro Allan Salangsang, who missed a jumper in regulation that would have sealed them the win, made back-to-back jumpers that gave the Seafood Experts an 82-81.

Reed-thin Jeff Sanders put the Junel Mendiola-mentored quintet back in control with a basket, 83-82, with 40.5 seconds left.

After botched attempts, Ocean Fresh finally got the needed break when in an inside scuffle Rodriguez accidentally hit Belga that led to the latter making the game-winning foul shots.

Bon Bon Custodio, a former University of the East hotshot, sent the game into extra time thanks to a booming triple from the top of the key.

Belga ended up scoring 18 points with Salangsang, Ardy Larong and two-time PBL MVP Jason Castro adding 17, 14 and 12 points, respectively.

09-28-2007, 01:40 PM
Polymaster captures PICAA title

Jeff Sanders scored on a buzzer-beating putback as Polymaster Industrial Corp. stunned Ocean Fresh-Lyceum, 86-85, recently to complete a 2-1 title win in the PICAA 2nd Conference Commissioner’s Cup at the Lyceum Gym.

The reed-thin Sanders plucked the rebound after teammate Al Vergara muffed a three-point attempt and put in the winning basket that gave the Alex Marcos-owned franchise its first title since joining the league a few years back.

"It’s really for us because Jeff was at the right place at the right time when he scored that gamewinner," said Polymaster coach Junel Mendiola.

Earlier, it looked like the Seafood Experts, who swept the 10-game elimination round but dropped Game 1 of the best-of-three championship series, are headed for the win when they led by as much as 16 points, 79-63, with a little less than six minutes to go in the game.

A 19-0 blitz anchored by Vergara, a PBL veteran, gave the Industrial Kings an 82-79 lead with less than three minutes remaining.

But Jason Castro, a two-time PBL MVP and a member of the Philippine Christian U team that won the 2004 title, struck for six straight points to give Ocean Fresh an 85-84 edge.

But as fate would have it, Sanders dealt the killer blow.