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amdgc82
10-27-2008, 08:03 AM
SBP to conduct high school tilt
by Jogin Tamayo
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The Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas will be organizing a Smart-SBP National Inter-Secondary Championship on Jan. 11-18, 2009 with Baguio City as host.

This was announced by SBP local head Danny Soria as high school basketball teams will be competing for honors in the Area II meet where they will play in a single round robin affair. The top two teams will play in the final round with the first ranked team enjoying a twice to beat advantage.

Regions 1, 2,3, and CAR are grouped in Area II while the rest of the regions are scattered in four other areas.

Only regions 5 and 7 and two teams each from the Women’s Basketball League and Women’s National Collegiate Athletic League are competing in the girls’ category.

The participating squads will arrive in Baguio on Jan. 10.

AnthonyServinio
10-27-2008, 11:43 AM
I hope that the SBP will eventually expand this tournament into a similar format to the College Men's Sweet 16. The same also holds for the College Women's Division wherein they have their own Sweet 16.

Another possible by-product is the staging of a similar national all-star game for high school players just like the annual McDonald's All-American All-Star Game. Could it be the Jollibee All-Filipino All-Star Game?

D_I_A
10-28-2008, 03:55 AM
* * *I hope that the SBP will eventually expand this tournament into a similar format to the College Men's Sweet 16.* The same also holds for the College Women's Division wherein they have their own Sweet 16.

* * *Another possible by-product is the staging of a similar national all-star game for high school players just like the annual McDonald's All-American All-Star Game.* Could it be the Jollibee All-Filipino All-Star Game?


talagang i-pattern sa US basketball system ah..hehe ;)

chinito_guy
10-28-2008, 04:25 PM
^ It is a very promising idea indeed! Sana magkaroon ng maraming Sponsors para maging Powerhouse ulit ang Philippines sa Asian Basketball!

CrossOver
10-28-2008, 11:59 PM
wow para sa high school naman pagnaging successful ito sana isunod ang grade school* :D

alex15
10-30-2008, 04:27 PM
* * *I hope that the SBP will eventually expand this tournament into a similar format to the College Men's Sweet 16.* The same also holds for the College Women's Division wherein they have their own Sweet 16.

* * *Another possible by-product is the staging of a similar national all-star game for high school players just like the annual McDonald's All-American All-Star Game.* Could it be the Jollibee All-Filipino All-Star Game?


I like the Jollibee all star game ;D

cameronCrazy
11-14-2008, 02:40 PM
Which WBL and WNCAA teams will represent the leagues in the tournament? Will it be a selection or based on school teams? I think the top 2 in the WNCAA this season should represent, Miriam College and La Salle College Antipolo.

AnthonyServinio
11-28-2008, 11:19 AM
METRO MANILA QUALIFIERS
MANAGERS AND COACHES MEETING
November 28, 2008 (Friday)
2:00 PM
SBP Offices, Philsports Complex
Pasig City

All interested high schools may send their representatives

cameronCrazy
12-10-2008, 12:01 PM
SBP to conduct high school tilt
by Jogin Tamayo
www.baguiomidlandcourier.com.ph

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Regions 1, 2,3, and CAR are grouped in Area II while the rest of the regions are scattered in four other areas.

Only regions 5 and 7 and two teams each from the Women’s Basketball League and Women’s National Collegiate Athletic League are competing in the girls’ category.




are u referring to the WNCAA when u said the Women's National Collegiate Athletic League?

AnthonyServinio
12-10-2008, 04:15 PM
TWENTY high schools are set to compete in next month's Smart National Inter-Secondary Championships in Baguio City. Already seeded into the tournament proper are four-time NCAA champion San Sebastian and reigning UAAP runner-up FEU-FERN (Ateneo de Manila, the UAAP champion, begged off). Only high school players born in 1990 and later will be allowed to play.

The different regions' representatives will be left to the discretion of the regional director and/or area head for 2009 only. They may either arbitrarily appoint a school or conduct a tournament. For 2010, qualifying tournaments will be required.

1. NCAA - San Sebastian
2. UAAP - FEU-FERN
3. Ilocos
4. Cagayan Valley
5. Central Luzon
6. Metro Manila
7. Metro Manila
8. Calabarzon
9. Mimaropa
10. Bicol
11. Western Visayas
12. Central Visayas
13. Central Visayas
14. Eastern Visayas
15. Zamboanga and ARMM
16. Northern Mindanao and Caraga
17. Davao
18. Socsargen
19. Cordillera (HOST)
20. Host's Choice -- any school from any region

kangkong2000
12-15-2008, 10:00 AM
Don't worry my peeps, Pilipinas Basketball will be the basketball power house in Asia again. Slowly but surely. :)

irishwhip
12-16-2008, 11:24 AM
TWENTY high schools are set to compete in next month's Smart National Inter-Secondary Championships in Baguio City.* Already seeded into the tournament proper are four-time NCAA champion San Sebastian and reigning UAAP runner-up FEU-FERN (Ateneo de Manila, the UAAP champion, begged off).* Only high school players born in 1990 and later will be allowed to play.

The different regions' representatives will be left to the discretion of the regional director and/or area head for 2009 only.* They may either arbitrarily appoint a school or conduct a tournament.* For 2010, qualifying tournaments will be required.

1.* NCAA - San Sebastian
2.* UAAP - FEU-FERN
3.* Ilocos
4. Cagayan Valley
5.* Central Luzon
6.* Metro Manila
7.* Metro Manila
8.* Calabarzon
9.* Mimaropa
10.* Bicol
11.* Western Visayas
12.* Central Visayas
13.* Central Visayas
14.* Eastern Visayas
15.* Zamboanga and ARMM
16.* Northern Mindanao and Caraga
17.* Davao
18.* Socsargen
19.* Cordillera (HOST)
20.* Host's Choice -- any school from any region


how bout the girls division? Who are the teams from WBL and WNCAA?

RockLobster
12-16-2008, 02:44 PM
Could it be the Jollibee All-Filipino All-Star Game?


Can we stick to Smart instead? ;D

Seriously, ok 'to, nang matigil na ang pagkakawatak-watak at tuluyan nang maging one national sport with one national organizer ang basketball sa bansa.

AnthonyServinio
12-16-2008, 03:20 PM
how bout the girls division? Who are the teams from WBL and WNCAA?



There will be no girls' division this school year. The organizers hope to organize the girls' division by school year 2009-2010.

AnthonyServinio
02-09-2009, 12:57 PM
***EVENT CANCELLED***

McCoy
06-08-2009, 11:54 AM
Ano ba bago sa SBP organized league! lagi naman may palpak eh. ano ba talaga problema sa SBP? full support naman si Mr. MVP ah! ano ba ginagawa nila Eala? yan ang sinasabi ng marami, na ang SBP pang-Manila lang talaga! Baguio City lang yun hindi pa natuloy. tapos yun sa BAP organized National Secondary hinaharang nila. ano ba yan......
sorry late comment now ko lang nakita toh eh.

weward
06-27-2009, 09:35 AM
baguhan ako dito..ngaun ko lng nkita toh..
anu na bang ngyari? magkakaroon pa ba ng jollibee all star game?hehe ;D ;D

amdgc82
09-23-2009, 07:34 AM
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SBP sets 1st National Juniors Championships
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel (The Freeman) Updated September 23, 2009 12:00 AM

CEBU, Philippines - The Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas has started the ball rolling in its search for the best junior cagers in the country by staging the first ever SBP National Juniors Championships starting next month. The qualifying round for Area 4 (Visayas), which comprised Regions VI, VII and VIII, is slated from November 9 to 15 at the Cebu Coliseum.

“Our main purpose (in holding this event) is to make our aspiring players ripe and ready enough for bigger challenges ahead. This is our breeding ground to form a junior team that will represent the country in international competitions in the future,” said SBP Visayas Area head Joe Soberano in a new conference yesterday at Yayoy’s Grill and Resto Bar.

“Its main highlight is the development of our young basketball players headlong to our ultimate goal of molding them to become members of the RP Team someday,” added Soberano, who is also the team owner of Cebu-Mandaue Landmasters in Liga Pilipinas.

The qualifying phase in Central Visayas involves Cebu, Bohol, Siquijor, and Negros Oriental. Eastern Visayas has Tacloban and Samar, while Western Visayas covers Bacolod and Iloilo.

The top teams in the regional eliminations will march into the Area Championships wherein the top two finishers will earn tickets to the National Finals set from December 7 to 13.

“At this point, there is no venue yet for the National Finals but Cebu is keen on do the hosting chores. Definitely we are going to bid for it,” said SBP Central Visayas president and award-winning coach Raul “Yayoy” D. Alcoseba.

League commissioner Jose “Boy” Murillo said at least a dozen teams have already signified their intent to join the week-long tilt, which features the 19-under for both boys and girls and 17-under age classification.

These include Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation, Inc. (CESAFI) member schools University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R), University of the Visayas (UV), University of San Carlos (USC), University of Cebu (UC), Cebu Institute of Technology (CIT), University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF), and Sacred Heart School-Jesuit (SHS-J).

The others are the Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSIT), PAREF-Springdale, Asian College of Technology and a bunch of schools from Tagbilaran/Bohol, Dumaguete and Tacloban.

“I’m hopeful that the CESAFI teams will join because I had earlier talks with the CESAFI officials and they assured me that will support all SBP initiated tournaments,” said Soberano, a highly-accomplished realtor who is among RP’s basketball stakeholders.

Registration fee is pegged at P5,000 per team, while SBP will provide P100,000 subsidy for each area championship.

In the event that more than 12 teams will register, they will be divided into four brackets of three teams each. In case only 10 will enlist, they will be sliced in two groups of five. The top two squads will then clash in the crossover semifinals, with the winners slugging it out for the historic champioship. (FREEMAN NEWS)

amdgc82
09-23-2009, 09:47 AM
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SBP nat’l juniors elims in Cebu
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
By Rommel C. Manlosa

IT’S the chance for high school players to showcase their talents in the national arena as the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) launches the SBP National Junior Championship 2009, which is scheduled to unfold in Cebu on Nov. 9 to 15.

With the Philippine National Juniors and Youth team as the main destination, the high school players aged 17 years and below and 19 and below are given the chance to showcase their talents in the national arena.

Players who are already in college are eligible to play as long as they are not over the age limit.

The Cebu (Region 7) Elimination is slated on Nov. 9-15 with at least 11 schools expected to participate.

Elimination

A pocket elimination round is expected to be held in Dumaguete City and Tagbilaran City, where the champions will be sent to play against the Cesafi school teams and other non-Cesafi member schools.

“During the opening of the Cesafi 2009 Season we have a talk with the president and officials of Cesafi who promised me that they will give an all-out support to any SBP-organized events,” said SBP Area 4 head Joe Soberano during the press conference held at the Yayoy’s Grill and Resto Bar Conference Room yesterday.

“I think there is no more conflict with the Cesafi schedules because it’s already their off-season. And I am hopeful that all the Cesafi members will participate for the good of their players,” added Soberano.

Host

The National Championship is slated on Dec. 7 to 13 and Soberano hopes to host the national championships here in Cebu City.

“This is very exciting and morale-boosting to the high school players. It’s been so long that the inter-secondary competition is held here and this will surely give prominence to the high school players,” stressed SBP-Cebu head Raul Alcoseba.

Jose “Boy” Murillo, who is tasked to organize the event, had already sent invitations to the respective schools, while non-Cesafi member schools include the Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSIT), Asian College of Technology (ACT) and Paref-Springdale had committed their participations in two categories.

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on September 23, 2009.

D_I_A
09-23-2009, 11:52 AM
this is great!

after this sa mindanao at iba pang provincial at regions naman

keep it up!!

Sulong Basketball ng Pilipinas!!!

amdgc82
11-13-2009, 07:52 AM
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Otida hits 38 in USC’s win vs. SCSIT
Thursday, November 12, 2009
By Rommel C. Manlosa

NILTON Otida led the University of San Carlos (USC) Warriors to a thrilling 89-83 win over the Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSIT) Skyblazers in the Under-19 competition of the Samahang Basketball ng Pilipinas (SBP) National Juniors Cebu eliminations at the Cebu Coliseum last night.

Otida fired 38 points to lead the comeback victory of the Warriors, which came after their 88-62 loss to the University of the Visayas last Tuesday.

13 markers

KC Charles Gerson waxed hot early for SCSIT as he scored eight to lead the team to a 23-18 advantage at the end of the first quarter.

However, things got tough for the Skyblazers as Otida broke his silence by sinking 13 markers and Kim Reyes showed his impeccable shooting in a blistering 28-14 run to take over the lead, 46-37, at the bend.

However, Gerson teamed up with Mark Tumulak, Alwin Aguirre and John Anthony Luceño to cut the gap to five, 62-57, going into the final period.

But just as SCSIT seemed poised to take the lead, Otida exploded anew as he scored 12 more points in the fourth to neutralize SCSIT.

Aside from Otida, Chino Uy Jr. and Miko Santos also dropped timely triples to help turn back SCSIT.

USC nailed a total of 11 triples, with Reyes sinking five to finish with 17, while Otida, Uy and Santos had two each.

In contrast, SCSIT only had three triples--all from Gerson.

amdgc82
11-14-2009, 12:47 AM
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Jaguars score 2 wins in SBP youth hoops
Friday, November 13, 2009
By Rommel C. Manlosa

THE University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R) Jaguars scored two equally lopsided wins to boost their chances to make it to the national finals of the Samahang Basketball ng Pilipinas (SBP) National Juniors Basketball tournament at the Cebu Coliseum yesterday.

USJ-R dominated the University of the Visayas Green Lancers, 85-72, in their Under-17 match, while the Under-19 squad proved too much for the hapless Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSIT) Skyblazers, 84-69.

Renzo Senining fired five triples and finished with a game-high 25 points for USJ-R’s debut in the Under-17 contest.

USJ-R struggled under the tough defensive game of the Lancers as they trailed early, 14-4, before fighting to back to close the first quarter at 17-16.

A buzzer-beating triple by Michael Cenita helped UV regain the lead at the bend and they took control of the third with a 60-55 lead entering the final quarter.

In the fourth quarter, UV got lax on defense, allowing Senining and Rex Bono to take charge.

Bono, a surprise package from coach Marlon Piodo’s bench, added 20 points, while Michael Smith topped UV with 22 markers.

Meanwhile, the Jaguars’ U-19 team broke the game wide open in the third quarter with a 28-13 blitz. That run allowed the Jaguars to stretch a 36-34 lead at the end of the first half to a 67-47 advantage going to the final quarter.

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on November 14, 2009.

amdgc82
11-17-2009, 10:12 AM
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UB humbles SLU in NJC regional elims
Saturday, November 14, 2009
By Roderick Osis

UNIVERSITY of Baguio Cardinals relied on its veterans to thwart a fighting Saint Louis University Navigators, 104- 96 in the ongoing regional eliminations of the National Junior Championships at the CCDC gymnasium.

Kevin Orduña and Klayrhil Elefante, including Rambo Basto combined for 57 points for the Cardinals who led all throughout the ball game who asserted their dominance over the Navigators in the boy's 19 under category.

Basto led the Cardinals with 24 points while Orduña had 20 points that helped UB take its second win in the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas sanctioned tournament.

The Cardinals opened the ball game with 10-3 advantage before closing the first quarter with a 32-17 lead then closed the first half of the ball game with a 49-39 command.

SLU tried to catch up on the Cardinals lead but the Assumption based squad had too much firepower against the Bonifacio based squad as it closed the third period with a 72-60 advantage.

The Navigators then narrowed down the Cardinals lead to only six with 1:29 left in the ball game as it staged a 94-88 deficit but it was the last hurrah for SLU as UB went on to win the ball game.

Tyronne Mendoza led the Navigators with his 26 points while Jayson Jordan and Raymond Austria added 19 points with Charlogne Trinidad chipping in 10 points.

Earlier, Daryl Poblete scored the winning basket to lead the University of the Cordilleras against winless Cordillera Career Development College, 54-53 in the other ball game.

The CCDC Admirals led all the way in the ball game as it started an 11 2 blitz in the first quarter.

UC Jaguars then slowly clawed their way back into the ball game as Poblete unleashed a short jumper with four seconds left in the ball game for the game winning basket with CCDC ahead by one point, 53-52.

Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on November 15, 2009.

digitalsuperman
11-17-2009, 12:46 PM
this is really great for grassroots program.

amdgc82
11-21-2009, 09:28 AM
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All systems go for NJBC area championships
Friday, November 20, 2009
By Roderick Osis

THE University of Baguio Cardinals will lead eight other protagonists in the area eliminations of the National Junior Basketball Championships under the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas.

Three Cardinal teams will be hosting three teams from Ilocos Region, two from Cagayan Valley and another three from Central Luzon in the area championship this November 22-25 at the Cordillera Career Development College gymnasium.

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Baguio-Benguet Educational Athletic League men's basketball champion Cardinals, BBEAL women's basketball second runner-up Lady Cardinals and the UB Red Robins will represent the Cordillera region in the four day basketball tournament.

"Our main purpose is to make our aspiring players ripe and ready enough for bigger challenges ahead. This is our breeding ground to form a junior team which will represent the country in international competitions in the future," said SBP area coordinator Danny Soria.

Ilocos Region will be bannered by University of Luzon in the boys under 19 category, Divine Word Academy in the boys under 17 category and Mother Goose Special School System Inc. for the girls under 19 division.

University of Saint Louis Tuguegarao will represent the boys under 17 and under 19 for the Cagayan Valley Region.

Central Luzon, on the other hand, will be joined by Bulacan State University in the boys under 19 category, while Jesus is Lord Academy and Holy Angels University will compete in the 17 under boys and 19 and under girls category, respectively.

With the Philippine National Juniors and Youth teams as the main destination, the high school players aged 17 years and below and 19 and below are given the chance to showcase their talents in the national arena.

"Its main highlight is the development of our young basketball players headlong to our ultimate goal of molding them to become members of the RP Team someday," added Soria, who is also the athletic director of CCDC.

The top teams in the regional eliminations will march into the Area Championships where the top two finishers will earn tickets to the National Finals set December 7 to 13.

Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on November 21, 2009.

amdgc82
11-23-2009, 06:58 AM
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Jr Red Warriors clobber St. Clare in national juniors
(The Philippine Star) Updated November 23, 2009 12:00 AM

MANILA, Philippines - Isiah Banawa scattered 17 points and Christian Canicula added 14 as the University of the East Junior Red Warriors crushed St. Clare College Caloocan, 76-60, in the opening of the 2009 National Junior Basketball Championships yesterday at the Emilio Aguinaldo College Sports Center in Manila.

Sherwin Gutierrez also contributed 13 markers to give coach Mark Herrera’s Junior Warriors Team B an encouraging start in the Under-17 category of the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas NCR tournament.

Our Lady of Fatima University rode on the heroics of Larry Rivera to subdue University of Manila, 76-75, in the Under-19 category.

Herrera this year embarked on a massive basketball development program aimed at making the UE junior team competitive in upcoming major basketball tournaments.

Herrera, also the head coach of the Jr. Talk ‘n Text QC team that won the Batang PBA summer basketball tournament for three consecutive seasons, said his team is making huge improvements despite their limited exposure.

“The new batch we have recruited are younger and less experienced, and tournaments like this are what they need to go to the next level,” said Herrera, who also coaches the RP 13-under team.

“We hope to create a new basketball program that will provide a strong base for the future of UE high school basketball,” he added.

The tournament is organized by the SBP through SBP executive director Noli Eala and tournament director Bernie Atienza.

amdgc82
11-24-2009, 07:01 AM
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STI, Adamson outplay rivals
November 24, 2009 06:35 PM Tuesday

Games today: (EAC gym)

10 a.m. -- Fatima vs. STI ( U-19)
1 p.m. FEU vs. UE (U-17)
3 p.m. – UM vs. St. Clare (U-19)

STI College brought down St. Clare College-Caloocan, 79-68, for its first win in the boys 19 and under class in the National Capital Region (NCR) eliminations for the National Students Basketball Championships at the EAC Sports Center in Manila.

Cedrick Ablaza, Lester Bocablo and James Sabacahan provided the firepower for the Olympians, who posted their first win in the prestigious competition organized by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) thru Dr. Ernesto Jay Adalem.

Ablaza scored 19 points, Bocablo added 18 and Sabacahan had 12 for STI.

Ian Paltao paced St. Clare with 12 points.

In the boys 17 years old and under category, Adamson University outsteadied St. Clare College, 72-65, behind the hot hands of Jay Manlangit and Kenneth Llaunders.

Manlangit scattered 18 points and Llaunders added 17 points for the Baby Falcons, who needed a strong finish to subdue the hard-fighting Baby Saints.

Flyn Macapungay carried the fight for the Caloocan City-based Baby Saints of coach Ernie Laure and George Longalong with 25 markers.

Adamson completed a rare double when it defeated University f the East, 65-58, in the women’s division.

Kat Sandez and Angelica Ortega combined for 37 points for the Lady Falcons.

Cindy Resultay led the Lady Warriors with 33 points.

The top four teams in this tournament will earn the right to represent NCR in the national finals scheduled in Cagayan de Oro City next month.

chozeeph
12-03-2009, 07:20 PM
It was totally shocking. I watched the finals between UB(University of Baguio) and BuSU (Bulacan State University) and felt somehow disappointed. It is NOT basketball, its MEGA BRAWL...