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01-23-2008, 03:18 PM

CEBU CITY – To kick off its third season this 2008, the Mindanao Visayas Basketball Association (MVBA) will revive the Sinulog Cup basketball tournament from January 27 to 31, 2008 at the New Cebu Coliseum.

Defending champion M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu City heads a crack roster of teams that include the Pharex Medics and Toyota-Balintawak Road Kings from Metro Manila’s Philippine Basketball League (PBL) and the multi-titled University of the Visayas Lancers who will carry the colors of Hotel Fortuna-Boljoon. Also in the mix is another Metro Manila-based team, Fifth Avenue Telecoms, champions of the Metro Basketball League (MBL) and pioneer MVBA member Montaña Pawnshop-Davao for a six-team cast.

Realizing the extreme competitiveness of the tournament, all teams have tinkered with their rosters to assure fans of high-level plays in the games sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (BAP-SBP).

M. Lhuillier coach Raul Alcoseba has enlisted former Cebu Landmaster-Mandaue guard Dale Singson while reactivating Cebu’s back-to-back college MVP Enrico Llanto and swingman Nino Ramirez from their reserve list. Singson is expected to provide veteran stability to the plays while youngsters Llanto and Ramirez will give the much needed energy boost.

The Lancers’ participation will be bankrolled by businessman Lorenzo Chao Sy of Hotel Fortuna and La Fortuna Bakery and Mayor Deogenes Derama of Boljoon. Coach Elmer Cabahug plans to add some UV alumni to the roster in order to be competitive against their much older rivals.

Pharex of Coach Carlo Tan is coming off a credible debut PBL conference wherein they reached the quarterfinals. Toyota-Balintawak under Coach Ariel Vanguardia, was a semifinalist in the last PBL conference, ironically eliminating the Medics to advance. The PBL teams are in the process of finalizing their rosters to be submitted later this week.

Fifth Avenue saw action in the recent Zheng Cheng Gong Cup in China last month where they landed in fourth place. Unlike in China where they played with a depleted roster, the wards of playing coach Junel Mendiola will come in full force led by Cebuanos Braulio Lim and Roberts Labagala and Ronnie Zagala of Sultan Kudarat.

A fixture in past Sinulog Festivals, the tournament is making a return after a three-year absence. It was last staged in 2005 with M. Lhuillier winning the crown at the expense of the Quezon Coco Huskers, 97-87.

01-27-2008, 01:35 PM

Graphic by Ricco Gabriel Diez


* * *The M. Lhuillier Mindanao Visayas Basketball Association Sinulog Cup 2008


* * *January 27 to 31, 2007 (Sunday to Thursday)


* * *New Cebu Coliseum (Sanciangko Street, Cebu City)


* * *GROUP A
* * *1.* M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu City
* * *2.* Montaña Pawnshop-Davao
* * *3.* Toyota-Balintawak Road Kings

* * *GROUP B
* * *1.* Fifth Avenue Telecoms
* * *2.* Hotel Fortuna-Boljoon
* * *3.* Pharex Medics

Tournament Format (ten games, five days):

* * *Elimination Round (six games, three days) – six teams divided into two three-team divisions to play a single-round robin within their respective division for three games each.* Top two teams in each division will advance to the semifinals with ties resolved using the latest FIBA rules as amended;

* * *Semifinal Round (two games, one day) – The top team of Group A will meet the second-best team of Group B while the top team of Group B will meet the second-best team of Group A.* The winners advance to the finals while the losers will dispute Third Place;

* * *Final Round (two games, one day) – The semifinal winners will meet in a one-game playoff for the championship.* In the curtain-raiser, the semifinal losers will play for Third Place;

* * *Officiating – will be provided by BAP-SBP-accredited referees, table officials and commissioners using the latest FIBA rules as amended.

01-28-2008, 03:50 AM
any updates?

01-28-2008, 10:42 AM

Graphic by Ricco Gabriel Diez


* * *CEBU CITY – Defending champion M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu City and Fifth Avenue Telecoms registered contrasting wins to begin the 2008 M. Lhuillier Mindanao Visayas Basketball Association (MVBA) Sinulog Cup at the New Cebu Coliseum Sunday night (January 27).

* * *M. Lhuillier routed the Toyota-Balintawak Road Kings, 106-86, while Fifth Avenue escaped with a 112-110 thriller against the Pharex Medics in the tournament sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (BAP-SBP).

* * *Fifth Avenue led by much as 19 markers in the third canto, 70-51.* The Medics then rallied in fourth behind a rain of triples from Jam Alfad, Sean Co and Ronnie Bughao.* Don Villamin capped the rally with another triple and then forced a steal that led to a quick assist to Alfad for the go-ahead basket with 1:44 to go. 104-103.

* * *Jeff Sanders bailed out Fifth Avenue with a three-point play off Jeff de Guzman, 106-104.* Pharex failed to score in the ensuing minute, allowing Ronnie Zagala to knock in an insurance jumper with 38 ticks on the clock, 108-104.

* * *Pharex still hung tough as Villamin added two more triples, closing in by a point with three seconds left, 110-111.* Mark Yee was quickly fouled, making one free throw for the final tally.* Alfad grabbed the defensive rebound off Yee's second free throw but Pharex failed to put up a decent shot.

* * *Sanders led Fifth Avenue with 20 points followed by Zagala and Allan Salangsang with 18 each.* Villamin paced Pharex with 21 markers while Alfad added 19.

* * *Nursing a shaky 77-68 lead after three periods, M. Lhuillier delivered the knockout blow with a 15-0 run starring Bruce Dacia and Enrico Llanto to begin the final period, 92-68.* The Road Kings never recovered from there as the Jewelers coasted to the win.

* * *The Road Kings led at the halftime break, 44-43, with Frederick Rodriguez and Patrick Cabahug leading the charge.* A seesaw battle ensued in the third quarter marked by nine lead changes.* Back-to-back field goals by Jerry Cavan and Marlon Basco restored the lead back to the Jewelers for good, 60-57.

* * *Stephen Padilla fired six triples en route to 20 points to top the Jewelers.* Woodrow Enriquez followed with 17.* Rodriguez topped the Road Kings with 15 while Cabahug and Erwin Santa Maria chipped in 10 each.

How They Scored:

* * *M. LHUILLIER-CEBU (106) – Padilla 20, Enriquez 17, Basco 15, Dacia 13, Llanto 11, Cavan 8, Aying 7, Capati 6, Rodriguez 5, Bat-og 4, Singson 0.

* * *TOYOTA-BALINTAWAK (86) – Rodriguez 15, Santa Maria 10, Cabahug 10, Villanueva 9, Aldave 9, Dedicatoria 6, Sena 6, Hayes 5, Tan 5, Jaime 4, Faundo 4, Guerrero 3, Retaga 0, Ortiguerra 0, Balgos 0.

* * *Period Scores: 22-20, 43-44, 77-68, 106-86.

* * *
* * *FIFTH AVENUE (112) – Sanders 20, Zagala 18, Salangsang 18, Yee 13, Malabanan 13, Moody 8, Vergara 8, Lim 4, Litonjua 3, Labagala 3, David 2, Go 2, Buenaventura 0.

* * *PHAREX (110) – Villamin 21, Alfad 19, Co 16, Saladaga 16, Oreta 13, Bughao 11, Matias 5, Bulawan 5, Gerilla 4, de Guzman 0.

* * *Period Scores: 26-28, 55-44, 84-68, 112-110.

02-05-2008, 01:09 PM
Note: The following is a reposting of tournament updates that were "lost" due to the recent technical glitch of this site.* However, rest assured that Gameface is doing its best to restore ALL of the "missing" posts.


Graphic by Ricco Gabriel Diez



* * *CEBU CITY –Both games needed an extra period in the thrilling second day of the M. Lhuillier Mindanao Visayas Basketball Association (MVBA) Sinulog Cup Monday night at the New Cebu Coliseum.

* * *In the first game, defending champion M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu City leaned the heroics of Dale Singson to whip Montaña Pawnshop-Davao, 116-107.* In the second game, it was the turn of Ferdinand Go to bail out Fifth Avenue Telecoms and beat Hotel Fortuna-Boljoon, 103-99.

* * *Monday’s winners remained undefeated in two games and thus earned automatic seats in Wednesday’s crossover semifinals of the tournaments sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (BAP-SBP).

* * *Singson hit a booming triple with six seconds to play in regulation that tied the count at 100-100.* In the extension, Singson sizzled with five markers and Marlon Basco shot steadily from the foul line and completed a three-point play off Harold Santa Cruz with 1:28 remaining for an unassailable 113-107 M. Lhuillier advantage.

* * *M. Lhuillier of Michel Lhuillier and Coach Raul Alcoseba actually rallied from five points down with 37 seconds left in regulation.* Former M. Lhuillier stalwart Michael Manigo canned two free throws off Bruce Dacia for a 100-95 tally.* Singson quickly scored a basket to threaten, 97-100, and the Jewelers immediately sent Montaña center Arden Guiyab to the stripe at the 14-second mark.* Guiyab bungled both shots to set the stage for Singson’s game-tying triple.

* * *Basco and Dacia shared scoring honors for M. Lhuillier with 24 points each.* Henry Fernandez powered Montaña of Armando Quibod and Coach Nic Serafica with 32 points while Ryan Abañes was the only other player in double figures with 15.

* * *In the second game, Go nearly turned goat as he missed a free throw with 22 ticks left in regulation to keep Fifth Avenue ahead, 89-86.* In the ensuing sequence, Morsie Akad converted a triple at the 10-second mark to send the game into overtime, 89-89.

* * *In the overtime, the Hotel Fortuna quintet of Coach Elmer Cabahug opened with an 8-0 run.* However, Fifth Avenue countered with a 9-0 run of their own capped by Go redeeming himself with a triple that pushed his side on top for, 100-97, and 28 seconds left.

* * *Hotel Fortuna did not give up, with Von Harry Lanete threatening with two charities off Jeff Sanders, 99-100.* Chris Diputado then fouled Mark Yee at the nine-second mark and the gamble paid off as Yee split his gift shots, 101-99.* Collaring the defensive rebound and a golden chance to tie or go ahead, Hotel Fortuna issued a wild pass that sailed out of bounds.* Yee was again fouled and this time made both free throws for the final count.

* * *Yee and Sanders topped Fifth Avenue of Mike Dullas and playing coach Junel Mendiola with 18 points each.* Akad paced Hotel Fortuna with 20 markers followed by Rino Berame with 19 points and 11 rebounds.* The game also marked the commercial league debut of 6’11” Gregory Slaughter, who was part of the starting five and finished with four points.

How They Scored:

* * *M. LHUILLIER-CEBU (116) – Basco 24, Dacia 24, Enriquez 14, Singson 14, Capati 13, Padilla 12, Cavan 8, Bat-og 3, Llanto 2, Aying 2.

* * *MONTAÑA-DAVAO (107) – Fernandez 32, Abañes 15, Clavel 9, Poloyapoy 8, Ayson 8, Lamocha 8, Santa Cruz 7, Guiyab 6, Quibod 5, Manigo 4, Braga 3, Jawod 2, Dawal 0.

* * *Period Scores: 26-25, 52-43, 71-68, 100-100 (reg.), 116-107 (OT).

* * *
* * *FIFTH AVENUE (103) – Yee 18, Sanders 18, Go 13, Malabanan 13, Vergara 12, Salangsang 10, Lim 5, Labagala 4, David 3, Zagala 2, Moody 2, Litonjua 2, Buenaventura 1.

* * *HOTEL FORTUNA-BOLJOON (99) – Akad 20, Berame 19, Sevilla 15, Dennison 14, Diputado 14, Lanete 4, Slaughter 4, Sendrijas 4, Lao 3, Luga 2, Paglinawan 0, Cincoflores 0, Getubig 0.

* * *Period Scores: 22-19, 44-44, 67-67, 89-89 (reg.), 103-99 (OT).


* * *CEBU CITY – Teams from Metro Manila’s Philippine Basketball League (PBL) survived their respective bruising knockout matches Tuesday and advance to the crossover semifinals of the 2008 M. Lhuillier Mindanao Visayas Basketball Association (MVBA) Sinulog Cup at the New Cebu Coliseum.

* * *The Pharex Medics routed Hotel Fortuna-Boljoon, 107-79, while the Toyota-Balintawak Road Kings tripped Montaña Pawnshop-Davao in the nightcap, 97-95.* The Medics will face defending champion M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu City while the Road Kings drew Fifth Avenue Telecoms in the semifinals today (January 30).

* * *Guard Pocholo Villanueva essayed a superb performance down the stretch to lift the Road Kings of Coach Ariel Vanguardia.* Villanueva intercepted the ball and was promptly fouled with nine seconds to play, sinking both freebies to push the Road Kings further ahead, 95-91.* Roland Lamocha scored on a follow-up of a Marvin Poloyapoy missed triple to threaten for the last time, 93-95.* In the ensuing sequence, Villanueva drew a foul from Poloyapoy and then iced the game with two more charities and four ticks remaining, 97-93.* Rocky Clavel settled the final score with a lay-up at the buzzer.

* * *The good game was marred by a bench-clearing rumble with 3:01 left in the third quarter and the Road Kings comfortably on top, 68-54.* Jonathan Aldave and Ryan Abañes wrestled for position while waiting for a rebound play resulting in both guards falling to the floor, triggering the melee.* Timely intervention by MVBA officials prevented the incident from blowing up any further.* Aldave and Abañes were immediately thrown out from the game.

* * *Fired up, Montaña of Armando Quibod and Coach Nic Serafica rallied and seized the lead on a reverse lay-up by Michael Manigo with 2:50 left in the final canto, 86-85.* Their celebration was short-lived as Frederick Rodriguez restored the lead to the Road Kings and Villanueva stole the inbound pass en route to an easy lay-up for an 89-86 advantage.* In ensuing lull, Henry Fernandez was slapped with a technical foul for elbowing Villanueva in the previous sequence, sending him to the foul line for two more free throws, 91-86, and 2:11 to play.

* * *Villanueva led the Road Kings with 17 points, 12 coming in the crucial fourth quarter.* Bryan Faundo followed with 11.* Lamocha paced Montaña with 22 points while Clavel added 11.

* * *The first game also had its share of action.* With 4:53 to go in the second period, Randy Sevilla bit into a fake by Jam Alfad, resulting in Sevilla planting an elbow that opened a cut on the Pharex enforcer’s head.* Alfad reacted by pushing Sevilla, prompting both referees to slap disqualifying fouls on the two.* The Medics of Coach Carlo Tan were on top, 37-23.* As both teams were exiting towards their dugouts for the halftime break, Alfad rushed to Sevilla.* Luckily for both, Pharex and MVBA officials quickly restrained Alfad.

* * *The Medics blew the game wide open in the third quarter, erecting their first 20-point margin, 65-45, on back-to-back baskets by Sean Co.* Hotel Fortuna coach Elmer Cabahug then turned to Restycel Getubig and 6’11” Gregory Slaughter to keep their side in contention.

* * *Slaughter opened the fourth quarter with a three-point play that put Hotel Fortuna at its closest, 64-74.* However, the Medics countered with a 13-0 blast that delivered the knockout blow, 87-64, and still 6:30 on the clock.

* * *Richard Ian Saladaga paced Pharex with 20 markers followed by Ronnie Matias with 13.* Getubig, a Cagayan de Oro Rapid during the MVBA’s maiden season, led Hotel Fortuna with 21 while Slaughter knocked in 14.

How They Scored:

* * *PHAREX (107) – Saladaga 20, Matias 13, Gerilla 12, Co 12, de Guzman 11, Alfad 10, Oreta 10, Bulawan 9, Villamin 7, Bughao 3.

* * *HOTEL FORTUNA-BOLJOON (79) – Getubig 21, Slaughter 14, Berame 12, Lanete 9, Sevilla 6, Diputado 5, Lao 4, Paglinawan 2, Dennison 2, Nicanor 2, Sendrijas 2, Luga 0, Cincoflores 0.

* * *Period Scores: 26-16, 47-35, 74-61, 107-79.

* * *
* * *TOYOTA-BALINTAWAK (97) – Villanueva 17, Faundo 11, Cabahug 10, Santa Maria 9, Ortiguerra 8, Balgos 8, Rodriguez 8, Sena 6, Hayes 5, Dedicatoria 5, Guerrero 5, Jaime 3, Aldave 2, Tan 0, Retaga 0.

* * *MONTAÑA-DAVAO (95) – Lamocha 20, Clavel 15, Fernandez 14, Abañes 8, Santa Cruz 8, Dawal 7, Quibod 6, Guiyab 5, Poloyapoy 3, Braga 3, Manigo 2, Jawod 2, Ayson 0, Endrinal 0.

* * *Period Scores: 23-24, 52-40, 72-63, 97-95.


* * *CEBU CITY – It will be defending champion M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu City versus Fifth Avenue Telecoms for the championship of the 2008 M. Lhuillier Mindanao Visayas Basketball Association (MVBA) Sinulog Cup after both squads disposed of their semifinal opponents Wednesday at the New Cebu Coliseum.

* * *M. Lhuillier eliminated the Pharex Medics, 108-94, while Fifth Avenue barely scraped past the Toyota-Balintawak Road Kings, 97-92.* Both teams also remained the only undefeated teams in the tournament sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (BAP-SBP) and supported by ML Kwarta Padala, Hotel Fortuna and Gameface.Ph (http://www.gameface.ph).

* * *Fifth Avenue looked well on their way to registering the easy win, leading by as much as 19 points, 88-69, and only 3:15 on the clock.* Suddenly, Erwin Santa Maria drilled in a triple to signal the Road King’s surge that resulted in a 21-5 run highlighted by three treys en route to 11 points by Paul Guerrero that cut the deficit to only three, 90-93, and 21 ticks remaining.

* * *The Road Kings quickly fouled Ronnie Zagala, who made both his free throws to pad Fifth Avenue’s lead, 95-90.* The Road Kings then fired two missed triples before Chito Jaime opted for an easy under-goal stab off an offensive rebound, 92-95.* Zagala was suddenly left unguarded to receive the outlet pass for an unmolested lay-up at the buzzer.

* * *Fifth Avenue, champions of Metro Manila’s Metro Basketball League (MBL), made their move in the second period as the quartet of Zagala, Ferdinand Go, Al Vergara and Braulio Lim peppered the Road Kings en route to a 40-26 advantage.* The Road Kings of Coach Ariel Vanguardia clawed back to close in at halftime, 36-47.

* * *Zagala finished with 18 points for Fifth Avenue of Mike Dullas and playing coach Junel Mendiola.* Vergara followed with 17.* Guerrero topped the Road Kings with 16 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter. Santa Maria added 16 as the Road Kings scored 40 in the final canto alone.

* * *After a slow start, the multi-titled Jewelers of Michel Lhuillier and Coach Raul Alcoseba buckled down to business in the second half, erecting a 19-point lead with still six minutes to play, 89-70, on baskets by Bruce Dacia and Enrico Llanto.

* * *Pharex of Coach Carlo Tan suddenly awoke behind five straight points by Richard Ian Saladaga followed by three straight triples by Emmerson Oreta that put them at their closest, 86-93, and 3:08 to go.* However, Dacia, Woodrow Enriquez and Jayford Rodriguez defused the Medics’ rally with a 15-8 M. Lhuillier run to close the game.

* * *Dacia led M. Lhuillier with 20 points followed by Enriquez with 19 points.* Jam Alfad and Oreta paced Pharex with 16 markers each.

* * *Toyota-Balintawak and Pharex will dispute Third Place in all-Philippine Basketball League (PBL) showdown.* Also competing in the five-day tournament were Montaña Pawnshop-Davao of Armando Quibod and Coach Nic Serafica and Hotel Fortuna-Boljoon composed of past and present University of the Visayas Lancers under Coach Elmer Cabahug and supported by Lorenzo Chao Sy and Mayor Deogenes Derama.

How They Scored:

* * *M. LHUILLIER-CEBU (108) – Dacia 20, Enriquez 19, Basco 15, Capati 14, Rodriguez 14, Cavan 8, Llanto 6, Singson 5, Bat-og 5, Padilla 2, Aying 0.

* * * PHAREX (94) – Alfad 16, Oreta 16, Saladaga 14, Villamin 12, Bulawan 10, Matias 8, Bughao 8, Gerilla 4, Co 4, de Guzman 2.

* * *Period Scores: 21-22, 50-41, 74-64, 108-94.

* * *
* * *FIFTH AVENUE (97) – Zagala 18, Vergara 17, Lim 15, Yee 10, Sanders 10, Salangsang 9, Go 8, Moody 7, Labagala 3, Malabanan 0.

* * *TOYOTA-BALINTAWAK (92) – Guerrero 19, Santa Maria 16, Ortiguerra 13, Villanueva 11, Cabahug 10, Rodriguez 7, Jaime 6, Hayes 4, Faundo 4, Retaga 2, Dedicatoria 0, Sena 0, Balgos 0, Tan 0.

* * *Period Scores: 18-16, 47-36, 74-52, 97-92.


* * *CEBU CITY – M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu City crushed Fifth Avenue Telecoms, 83-78, to annex the 2008 M. Lhuillier Mindanao Visayas Basketball Association (MVBA) Sinulog Cup Thursday evening at the New Cebu Coliseum.

* * *The team of Michel Lhuillier and Coach Raul Alcoseba ended the five-day tournament sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (BAP-SBP) undefeated.* This also marks the third straight Sinulog Cup won by the Jewelers, taking the trophy in 2004 and 2005.* No Sinulog Cups were held in 2006 and 2007.

* * *Fifth Avenue of Mike Dullas and playing coach Junel Mendiola started hot, 21-9, behind the 12 points of Ronnie Zagala.* Four points by Dale Singson closed out the quarter but Fifth Avenue stayed on top, 21-13.

* * *M. Lhuillier made its move in the second quarter as Marlon Basco and Bruce Dacia started to puncture the hoop.* Basco finally gave M. Lhuillier its first taste of the lead via a three-point play off Mark Yee with two seconds left in the first half, 39-36.

* * *In the third canto, Stephen Padilla hit back-to-back triples and center Ronald Capati submitted all his nine markers as M. Lhuillier maintained its double-digit lead.* Dacia and Basco continued to mock the defense thrown against them.

* * *Almost every player on M. Lhuillier’s deep roster contributed.* Padilla scored on a two-handed drive to erect an 11-point advantage entering the final two minutes, 83-72.* Although the Jewelers failed to score from there, time was not on the side of Fifth Avenue.

* * *For their outstanding overall play during the tournament, Dacia and Woodrow Enriquez shared Most Valuable Player honors, the first time such happened in an MVBA tournament.* Dacia led all scorers with 20 points followed by Basco with 12.* Al Vergara topped Fifth Avenue with 14 while Yee added 13.

* * *BAP-SBP Cebu head Lorenzo Chao Sy awarded the trophy and the 100,000-peso cash prize to the champion Jewelers.* Fifth Avenue, champions of Metro Manila’s Metro Basketball League (MBL), went home with 50,000 pesos.

* * *Earlier in the day, the Toyota-Balintawak Road Kings walloped the Pharex Medics to take Third Place and the 30,000-peso prize, 106-98.

* * *Patrick Cabahug exploded for 24 markers while Paul Guerrero and Bryan Faundo chipped in 14 each for the Road Kings.* Ronnie Bughao drilled in 21 points for the Medics followed by Emmerson Oreta with 19.* The Medics took home 20,000 pesos.

How They Scored:

* * *TOYOTA-BALINTAWAK (106) – Cabahug 24, Guerrero 14, Faundo 14, Villanueva 11, Hayes 9, Dedicatoria 8, Sena 8, Tan 7, Jaime 5, Ortiguerra 4, Santa Maria 2, Rodriguez 0.

* * *PHAREX (98) – Bughao 21, Oreta 19, Alfad 14, Saladaga 11, Villamin 10, Bulawan 8, Co 6, de Guzman 5, Matias 2, Gerilla 2.

* * *Period Scores: 26-13, 48-43, 77-70, 106-98.

* * *
* * *M. LHUILLIER-CEBU (83) – Dacia 20, Basco 12, Llanto 10, Padilla 10, Capati 9, Singson 8, Enriquez 6, Cavan 4, Rodriguez 2, Bat-og 2.

* * *FIFTH AVENUE (78) – Vergara 14, Yee 13, Zagala 12, Salangsang 12, Malabanan 9, Lim 6, Moody 5, Go 3, Litonjua 2, Sanders 2, Labagala 0, David 0, Buenaventura 0.

* * *Period Scores: 13-21, 39-36, 69-59, 83-78.


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02-25-2008, 09:49 PM
anthony good day..

I ve already slightly update for the mvba.tk...hope i got the password already for the sites..

Thanks Ryan V