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untamed
03-15-2009, 03:40 PM
Let's have a thread about recent developments and updates of the team during the off season. Post here any news about the team in the pre-season leagues and tournaments, after & prior to the NCAA tournament.

untamed
03-17-2009, 08:19 AM
Stags, Tams forge Fr. Martin Cup title showdown

MANILA, Philippines – San Sebastian College-Recoletos downed Jose Rizal A, 81-64, and Far Eastern University defeated Jose Rizal B, 74-61, to arrange a title showdown in the 4th Fr. Martin Collegiate Open Cup held at the St. Placid Gym in San Beda.

Jimbo Aquino scored 13 of his 18 points in the fourth period while Calvin Abueva also produced 18 to lead the Stags to the finals.

For its part, The Tamaraws drew 13 points from former RP Youth team mainstay Ryan Roose Garcia to get a crack at the title.

The finals are set this Sunday at 10 a.m. at the St. Placid Gym. - GMANews.TV

SOURCE

http://www.gmanews.tv/story/152924/Stags-Tams-forge-Fr-Martin-Cup-title-showdown

BRAVO BASTE! :D

jpmalpas
03-17-2009, 08:26 AM
Biglang nag init si Jimbo nung 4th eh. 3 straight na 3 pointer ang binitawan. :)

christian
03-17-2009, 11:14 AM
San galing si Abueva?

untamed
03-17-2009, 11:23 AM
Biglang nag init si Jimbo nung 4th eh. 3 straight na 3 pointer ang binitawan. :)


the way you described it. it's like jesse bardaje of the 1993 mighty squad who can shoot the lights-out during his heydays at the rmc

untamed
03-17-2009, 11:25 AM
San galing si Abueva?


abueva is i think imported from pampanga with a nigga look. :D

Joescoundrel
03-23-2009, 10:24 AM
FEU WINS 1st FMC TITLE

Far Eastern University finally got a big monkey off its collective backs by winning their first ever Fr Martin Cup championship over tough San Sebastian College 81 - 70.

Playing in front of a highly animated crowd at the San Beda gymnasium, the Tamaraws got an early lead thanks to PBL veterans Mark Barroca and JR Cawaling. But the Stags came charging right back to seize the lead 17-16 at the end of the first period on a layup by forward Mark Bringas.

Starting in the second period though, it was an all-FEU show as Barroca, Cawaling, Riel Cervantes and Pipo Nuondoo all worked the backdoor and cross-screen plays to put the Tamaraws ahead at 41-31 at the lemon time break.

That lead ballooned to as much as 53-36 midway through the third period as new Coach Ato Agustin looked bamboozled by the size and athleticism of FEU.

In the payoff fourth period, the Tamaraws went on a full charge to make it 59-38 and were never seriously threatened. San Sebastian came within 59-47 midway through the quarter but just didn't have enough to complete the comeback. Jimbo Aquino, the Stags' top scorer, went a sorry 3-13 from the field, and it seemed only Bringas came to play.

Barroca led all scorers with 24 points to go with his seven rebounds and seven assists, while former RP Youth Team standout Ryan Roose Garcia had 18 including going 4-6 from trey range.

Bringas had 14 points and 11 rebounds for San Sebastian but got little help from the rest of his teammates.

christian
03-23-2009, 12:49 PM
Sir joe, how animated? ;D

Joescoundrel
03-23-2009, 09:59 PM
^ Very. For some strange reason the FEU gallery featured a lot of people wearing Ateneo merchandise while there were folks wearing JRU and San Beda merchandise cheering for San Sebastian... :-X

pusongbaste
03-26-2009, 06:44 PM
Any updates sa lineup ng Baste for summer leagues? ??? ;)

Guardian Angel
03-28-2009, 10:53 PM
FEU WINS 1st FMC TITLE

Far Eastern University finally got a big monkey off its collective backs by winning their first ever Fr Martin Cup championship over tough San Sebastian College 81 - 70.

Playing in front of a highly animated crowd at the San Beda gymnasium, the Tamaraws got an early lead thanks to PBL veterans Mark Barroca and JR Cawaling. But the Stags came charging right back to seize the lead 17-16 at the end of the first period on a layup by forward Mark Bringas.

Starting in the second period though, it was an all-FEU show as Barroca, Cawaling, Riel Cervantes and Pipo Nuondoo all worked the backdoor and cross-screen plays to put the Tamaraws ahead at 41-31 at the lemon time break.

That lead ballooned to as much as 53-36 midway through the third period as new Coach Ato Agustin looked bamboozled by the size and athleticism of FEU.

In the payoff fourth period, the Tamaraws went on a full charge to make it 59-38 and were never seriously threatened. San Sebastian came within 59-47 midway through the quarter but just didn't have enough to complete the comeback. Jimbo Aquino, the Stags' top scorer, went a sorry 3-13 from the field, and it seemed only Bringas came to play.

Barroca led all scorers with 24 points to go with his seven rebounds and seven assists, while former RP Youth Team standout Ryan Roose Garcia had 18 including going 4-6 from trey range.

Bringas had 14 points and 11 rebounds for San Sebastian but got little help from the rest of his teammates.


Joe, can you describe Noundoo's game -- position, height, body type. Thanks

untamed
04-03-2009, 12:27 PM
i heard that sanggalang and maiquez will play for the stags in the 09 summer leagues. ;)

Joescoundrel
04-04-2009, 11:59 AM
Guardian, Pipo Nuondoo is about 6'4" and maybe 215 pounds, very muscular and lean, typical African you might say, like a smaller Sam Ekwe, very good muscle mass and definition. He plays the 4 as far as the FEU scheme of things goes, and often sets up on left box where he uses his strength to back down his man and either get a straight basket or a turnaround or a semi-hook. He gets some rebounds but he does not necessarily run down every carom, just secures everything that comes in his general direction. He can also pass a little, although once he gets the ball he apparently has the license to take a shot or create. You may remember Nuondoo as the guy that Nonoy Baclao blocked face-up twice in the last Fil Oil tournament.

Moving back to the topic, Untamed would that be IAN Sangalang formerly of the RP Youth team? I thought, and now going back to FEU, he was a Tamaraw in waiting? Wrong hoofed and horned mammal on my part I guess...

untamed
04-04-2009, 10:00 PM
^^^
yup! sir joe, the 2* rp youth team from lubao. but of course nothing is final yet until we see them wearing the red & gold jersey in the basketball court this april.* ;)

bchoter
04-06-2009, 10:43 PM
^ I heard the same from coach Aric. And I thought it was just a case of mistaken identity. Go stags... go get the two Kabalens :D

BLUE HORSE
04-07-2009, 06:14 AM
Isn't the manager of SSC from Lubao also? Si ate Glo! :D

Guardian Angel
04-07-2009, 07:05 PM
Guardian, Pipo Nuondoo is about 6'4" and maybe 215 pounds, very muscular and lean, typical African you might say, like a smaller Sam Ekwe, very good muscle mass and definition. He plays the 4 as far as the FEU scheme of things goes, and often sets up on left box where he uses his strength to back down his man and either get a straight basket or a turnaround or a semi-hook. He gets some rebounds but he does not necessarily run down every carom, just secures everything that comes in his general direction. He can also pass a little, although once he gets the ball he apparently has the license to take a shot or create. You may remember Nuondoo as the guy that Nonoy Baclao blocked face-up twice in the last Fil Oil tournament.

Moving back to the topic, Untamed would that be IAN Sangalang formerly of the RP Youth team? I thought, and now going back to FEU, he was a Tamaraw in waiting? Wrong hoofed and horned mammal on my part I guess...


Thanks Joe.

untamed
04-18-2009, 05:48 PM
High school champs rout foes in Fr. Martin Cup debut
04/17/2009 | 10:43 PM

MANILA, Philippines – NCAA and UAAP junior’s champions San Sebastian and Ateneo had rousing Fr. Martin Summer Cup debuts held Friday at the St. Placid Sports Center in San Beda in Mendiola.

The Staglets trounced Adamson, 82-64, while the Eaglets left San Beda-Alabang eating their dust, 102-48.

In the other juniors action, University of Perpetual Help System Dalta defeated guest team RP Women’s, 77-33.

Meanwhile, in the women’s division, Adamson romped to a 59-46 win over Ateneo behind the 14 points each of Anna Buendia and Gretchie Roque

Analyn Almazan added 10 points also for the Lady Falcons.

Treena Limgenco paced Ateneo with 16 points while Sarah Mercado and Caterina Lopa tallied 12 and 10 apiece.

In the other women’s game, La Salle routed University of the East, 65-31.

Jo Gloriani led the way with 17 points for the Lady Archers with Hannah Viterbo contributing 12 points.

Cindy Resultay single handedly carried the Amazons with 15 points.



credits:

GMANews.TV

untamed
04-23-2009, 09:10 AM
BASTE 2009 FILOIL LINE UP

Centers
MAIQUEZ, Dexter*
SANGALANG, Ian*
BARTOLO, Roberto

Power Fowards
BRINGAS, Mark Anthony
PASCUAL, Ronald*
NAJORDA, Dave

Small Fowards
ABUEVA, Calvin*
BULAWAN, Gilbert

Shooting Guards
AQUINO, Jimbo
SEMIRA, Jonathan
GUSI, Raffy*

Point Guards
GATCHALIAN, Erickson*
MACONOCIDO, Raymond
RAYMUNDO, Pamboy
DEL RIO, Anthony


Addition(after palarong pambansa)
GATCHALIAN, Jason (Bulacan)*

* - rookies

GOODLUCK!
BRAVO BASTE!!!* ;)

untamed
04-25-2009, 06:37 AM
Stags triumph in Filoil tourney (summary)

SQUADS that made waves for their off-season recruits made the biggest splashes in the 2009 Filoil Flying V Manny V. Pangilinan Cup last April 24, 2009 at the Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan City.

San Sebastian College-Recoletos pulled off a debut win against National University, 70-66. The Stags, now mentored by former PBA star Ato Agustin, were led by veteran Jimbo Aquino, who jumpstarted his squad by netting nine of his 17 points in the first quarter. Their biggest lead stood at 12, 26-14, at the end of the opening 10 minutes.

The Bulldogs, however, bit back through an 8-0 run midway in the final period to trim the Stags’ lead to three, 65-62, with under two minutes in the ballgame. However, it wasn’t enough to lift the Sampaloc quintet over the hump.

Mark Bringas chipped in with 14 points for the NCAA squad while Elmer Fabula paced the Bulldogs with 13.


San Sebastian 70 – Aquino 17, Bringas 14, Bulawan 9, Abueva 8, Semira 6, del Rio 5, Raymundo 4, Najorda 3, Gatchalian 2, Gusi 2, Gatchalian 0, Maconocido 0, Sangalang 0, Pascual 0, Bartolo 0.

NU 66 – Fabula 13, Cabaluna 8, Hermosisima 7, Batac 7, Tungcul 6, Ponferrada 6, Roy 6, Terso 5, Donahue 4, Manito 4, Singh 0, Luy 0, Calma 0, Magat 0.

Quarter scores: 26-14, 40-36, 58-47, 70-66

Credits:
inboundpass.com

jpmalpas
04-25-2009, 09:59 AM
Hindi naglaro si Sangalang at Maiquez. Any idea kung bakit? ???

untamed
04-25-2009, 10:37 AM
well i think nagpapahiyang pa and may problem sa practice. but a good sign for baste, 5 of our quality players di naglaro (maiquez, sangalang, pascual, gatchalian, maconocido) but still we won. let's see sa mga susunod na games. ;)

jpmalpas
04-25-2009, 12:42 PM
Tsk tsk tsk, mukang tamad mag practice ang mga batang to ha. Sana maglaro sila sa 29 against SBC. ;D

ecinrebozzy
04-25-2009, 04:57 PM
tanong lang po kung nsa lineup ng season 85 ng staglets junior mens basketball team si VILLAROSA? tsaka anu po name nya kung ksama sya sa lineup...

untamed
04-30-2009, 09:05 AM
San Sebastian shocks San Beda in Filoil thriller
by Mia Domingo

RUN-AND-GUN, helter skelter hoops is now in fashion.

Through sheer athleticism and basketball wits, San Sebastian College-Recoletos handed three-time, defending NCAA champions San Beda College a surprise 81-76 defeat in the 2009 Filoil Flying V MVP Cup at the Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan City last April 28.

Veteran Jimbo Aquino, playing in his final year with the Stags showed his worth by leading the pack with 23 points. Rookie Calvin Abueva, a native of Pampanga, played like a workhorse for the entire 40 minutes, tallying 14 big markers. San Beda led all throughout the game until Abueva split his charities, giving the Recto-based squad the lead with 3:12 remaining in the ballgame.

Aquino and Dave Najorda then teamed up for a mini-run that gave the Stags a six-point edge with 1:29 remaining. The Red Lions inched to within five courtesy of a jumper by Bam Gamalinda with 27 ticks left, but was not enough to stave off a second straight loss in the tournament after winning their first two.

San Sebastian improved to 2-0 with new head coach Ato Agustin at the helm.

Junior Garvo Lanete paced the Red Lions with 25 points while Sudan Daniel poured in 20.

In the postgame interview, Agustin said, “Talagang yun prinactice naming, ginawa nila. I’m proud of my boys kasi kahit leading by how many points ang San Beda, never sila nag-give-up. Basta laro lang nating yung pinagaralan natin, yung gameplan. Buti na lang nagclick yung gameplan. Actually, pinapadeny ko talaga yung shots ng San Beda, and luckily nanalo kasi inexpect talaga naming na physical yung game ngayon.”

The scores:

San Sebastian 81 – Aquino 23, Pascual 20, Abueva 14, Najorda 13, Bulawan 7, Raymundo 3, Semira 1, Bringas 0, Maconocido 0.

San Beda 76 – Lanete 25, Daniels 20, Pascual 8, Tirona 7, Taganas 5, Villahermosa 3, Marcelo 3, Soliman 0, Gamalinda 2,Tecson 0, Caram 0, Sorela 0.

Quarter scores: 15-20, 34-37, 51-55, 81-76.


Credits Source:
inboundpass.com

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pascual & abueva are monsters in the paint can't wait to see them play with fellow rookies "twin towers" sangalang and maiquez. ;)

congrats! keep it up, we are improving. our standing in fil-oil is 2-0, while in nsl is 0-1.

bravo baste

pusongbaste
04-30-2009, 10:12 AM
San Sebastian shocks San Beda in Filoil thriller
by Mia Domingo

RUN-AND-GUN, helter skelter hoops is now in fashion.

Through sheer athleticism and basketball wits, San Sebastian College-Recoletos handed three-time, defending NCAA champions San Beda College a surprise 81-76 defeat in the 2009 Filoil Flying V MVP Cup at the Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan City last April 28.

Veteran Jimbo Aquino, playing in his final year with the Stags showed his worth by leading the pack with 23 points. Rookie Calvin Abueva, a native of Pampanga, played like a workhorse for the entire 40 minutes, tallying 14 big markers. San Beda led all throughout the game until Abueva split his charities, giving the Recto-based squad the lead with 3:12 remaining in the ballgame.

Aquino and Dave Najorda then teamed up for a mini-run that gave the Stags a six-point edge with 1:29 remaining. The Red Lions inched to within five courtesy of a jumper by Bam Gamalinda with 27 ticks left, but was not enough to stave off a second straight loss in the tournament after winning their first two.

San Sebastian improved to 2-0 with new head coach Ato Agustin at the helm.

Junior Garvo Lanete paced the Red Lions with 25 points while Sudan Daniel poured in 20.

In the postgame interview, Agustin said, “Talagang yun prinactice naming, ginawa nila. I’m proud of my boys kasi kahit leading by how many points ang San Beda, never sila nag-give-up. Basta laro lang nating yung pinagaralan natin, yung gameplan. Buti na lang nagclick yung gameplan. Actually, pinapadeny ko talaga yung shots ng San Beda, and luckily nanalo kasi inexpect talaga naming na physical yung game ngayon.”

The scores:

San Sebastian 81 – Aquino 23, Pascual 20, Abueva 14, Najorda 13, Bulawan 7, Raymundo 3, Semira 1, Bringas 0, Maconocido 0.

San Beda 76 – Lanete 25, Daniels 20, Pascual 8, Tirona 7, Taganas 5, Villahermosa 3, Marcelo 3, Soliman 0, Gamalinda 2,Tecson 0, Caram 0, Sorela 0.

Quarter scores: 15-20, 34-37, 51-55, 81-76.


Credits Source:
inboundpass.com

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pascual & abueva are monsters in the paint can't wait to see them play with fellow rookies "twin towers" sangalang and maiquez. ;)

congrats! keep it up, we are improving. our standing in fil-oil is 2-0, while in nsl is 0-1.

bravo baste



Magaling din si Aquino! Laki ng improvement niya! Dapat lang last year na nya to. Dapat ipakita niya ang leadership niya sa Stags. Ako din can't wait to see Sangalang and Maiquez play with other Stags! Mas magiging maganda defense natin sa paint. So mas magiging maganda flow ng offense natin pag dating nila. Our guards can drive to the basket more aggresively because of their help defense. At yung mga forwards natin na nagshishift to center position because of Maiquez and Sangalang's absence can play their natural position now.

BRAVO BASTE!

King_stag
05-02-2009, 12:05 AM
San Sebastian downs FEU in FilOil pre-season tourney
Perry Legaspi, GMANews.TV

San Sebastian College downed top favorite Far Eastern University, 79-72, to earn Group A’s top spot in the FilOil Flying V Pre-Season MVP Cup at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan City on Friday.

Ronald Pascual led the Stags with his 21 points*, including nine in the fourth quarter to help the Stags keep their unbeaten slate at 4-0.

“Our defense in the fourth quarter helped us immensely," said San Sebastian coach Ato Agustin, who also got a double-digit performance from Jimbo Aquino with 22 points.

FEU suffered their first defeat in two matches.

In another match, Ateneo posted a 78-62 win over University of Perpetual Help to remain in second place in Group A at 3-1.

The Eagles have Eric Salamat and Rabeh Al-Hussaini to thank for in securing their third straight win in the pre-season tournament.

Al-Hussaini, finished with 24 points while Salamat contributed 18 for the Eagles, who had a 13-0 run to turn a 53-48 lead late in the third to an 18-point advantage midway in the fourth.


*seems like a solid scorer, second straight game with 20+points

untamed
05-02-2009, 04:56 AM
Stags shock Tams in Filoil play (summary)
by Mia Domingo

IT WAS a field day for Recto schools.

San Sebastian College-Recoletos and University of the East maintained their unbeaten starts in the 2009 Filoil Flying V MVP Cup by dismantling their UAAP foes at the Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan City last May 1.

The Stags, under new head coach Ato Agustin, proved that their win a few days ago against the formidable San Beda Red Lions was not a fluke by shaking off the more fancied Far Eastern University Tamaraws, 79-72.

The Morayta-based squad led for most of the game thanks to the heroics of former RP Youth standout Ryan Garcia and Pipo Noundou. In the third period, though, the Stags got their game going with Jimbo Aquino rattling in nine of his game-high 22 points and helping trim the Tamaraw lead to just two with only the final 10 minutes left to play.

At the 5:29 mark, a basket by sophomore Fil-Canadian Jonathan Semira helped San Sebastian grab the lead for the first time, 67-66. Two charities by rookie Calvin Abueva after a Reil Cervantes foul extended the lead to three, 69-66. San Sebastian never looked back en route to win number two in the tourney.

Garcia led FEU for the second straight game with 21 markers.

credits source:
inboundpass.com

BRAVO BASTE ;)

untamed
05-02-2009, 04:58 AM
ADDENDUM:

San Sebastian 79 – Aquino 22, Pascual 21, Abueva 10, Bulawan 8, Raymundo 8, Semira 6, Najorda 2, Bringas 2, Gatchalian 0.

FEU 72 – Garcia 21, Noundou 16, Cervantes 12, Eguilos 7, Vinluan 6, Tanuan 5, Sanga 5, Knuttel 0, Exciminiano 0.

Quarter scores: 11-19, 30-35, 56-58, 79-72.

oca
05-02-2009, 08:57 AM
San Sebastian downs FEU in FilOil pre-season tourney
Perry Legaspi, GMANews.TV

San Sebastian College downed top favorite Far Eastern University, 79-72, to earn Group A’s top spot in the FilOil Flying V Pre-Season MVP Cup at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan City on Friday.

Ronald Pascual led the Stags with his 21 points*, including nine in the fourth quarter to help the Stags keep their unbeaten slate at 4-0.

“Our defense in the fourth quarter helped us immensely," said San Sebastian coach Ato Agustin, who also got a double-digit performance from Jimbo Aquino with 22 points.

FEU suffered their first defeat in two matches.

In another match, Ateneo posted a 78-62 win over University of Perpetual Help to remain in second place in Group A at 3-1.

The Eagles have Eric Salamat and Rabeh Al-Hussaini to thank for in securing their third straight win in the pre-season tournament.

Al-Hussaini, finished with 24 points while Salamat contributed 18 for the Eagles, who had a 13-0 run to turn a 53-48 lead late in the third to an 18-point advantage midway in the fourth.


*seems like a solid scorer, second straight game with 20+points


If you are good but unknown to the opposition, you can will get away with a lot of points. Once you are scouted, then just how good you are will come to fore.

Can he raise his game further?

Magandang abangan yan.

pusongbaste
05-04-2009, 02:05 AM
And please, Sebastinians during the late 80's never had a quarrel with Bedans (all boys pa Baste HS noon). Letran was Enemy No. 1.

No bad blood between the two schools. In fact a lot us from the "Star Section" (Aristotle before) went to San Beda, La Salle or U.P.

So chill. Lion knows I'm from Baste. He meant no harm.




Chill? No need coz I'm talking here with diplomacy.

animo
05-04-2009, 11:07 AM
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untamed
05-04-2009, 03:31 PM
guyz paalala lang medyo ot na yung ibang recent post. relax lang. back to regular programing, our next game will be against ateneo in the nsl. goodluck!

gider
05-04-2009, 11:39 PM
pa O.T. ha

ano bang labas sa bola kanina?

Derrick_Rose
05-05-2009, 01:39 PM
Agustin, after assuming the coaching post, readily coordinated with Stags new team manager Lubao town Mayor Dennis Pineda for their planned team build-up. “Mayroon kasing basketball camp si Mayor Pineda at nagpapasalamat naman ako dahil binigyan n’ya kami ng players na puwedeng ma-line-up this year at makatulong sa team (Mayor Pineda has a basketball camp. We are also thankful for him since he game us players that could play and help the team this year)."





Source: http://www.gmanews.tv/story/151698/NCAA-New-SSC-coach-Agustin-eyes-semis-stint-for-Stags

Derrick_Rose
05-05-2009, 01:44 PM
Pinost ko yung article, basahin nyo nalang para malaman nyo kung saan talaga kinuha ni Mayor yung mga Pampangeno na naka line up samin like Pascual and Abueva. 8)

full battle gear
05-05-2009, 03:03 PM
okay, this thread has gone way off-topic.

remember that in gameface, we all have to respect each other's place. this is the support site of the stags and we should all treat it with the respect we would expect others to extend when they post and visit our own homes here in gameface. you can disagree but things here have gotten out of hand.

enough already.

gameface_one
05-05-2009, 03:09 PM
Ok boys, that will be the last post about the Pinedas. If you want to discuss it further, kindly post them on the Outside Hoops Forum category or in the tsismis thread. We will be deleteing unwanted posts here. Thanks.

Derrick_Rose
05-05-2009, 03:12 PM
Finally! ;D

gameface_one
05-05-2009, 03:36 PM
Ang hirap kasi sa mga tao dito, nung sila ang nananalo, wala naman silang naririnig satin, pero ngayon, malaki ang improvement ng Team Baste. Ang dami na agad critics, pati jueteng nasangkot pa. Uso ata sa kanila ang cheap shots eh. ::) Mas madaming kelangan problemahin sa team nyo bago nyo problemahin kung san kumukuha ng pera si Mayor Dennis Pineda. You know what I mean. ;)


oo nga nanalo na kayo, ganyan din last year ok kayo sa fil oil pag dating ng opening talo kayo sa perpetual


And ano nga palang pangalan ng main account mo dito? ???


totoy wala akong ibang branch mukhang naging fan ka pa

bakit mali ba? kayo ba ang nanalo sa perpetual nung opening? tapos yung collapse nyo sa almost final 4



Technical foul on you. Pls refrain from making similar posts.

gameface_one
05-05-2009, 03:38 PM
dami mong tanong aalis na amo mo buksan mo na gate, nakaka baba ng pagkatao kaya tama na wala kang saysay, its either sobrang hina ng ulo mo o desperado ka sa pera ng jueteng. its obvious na yung manager mo anak ng jueteng yun na ang ipinakain sa kanya. kung t_n_a ka bahala ka na, 1+1 sayo is 5. kaya kayo iniwan ni arvie row 5 ka


Last one sashav > and you'll be penalized severely.

gameface_one
05-05-2009, 03:40 PM
Ang hirap kasi sa mga tao dito, nung sila ang nananalo, wala naman silang naririnig satin, pero ngayon, malaki ang improvement ng Team Baste. Ang dami na agad critics, pati jueteng nasangkot pa. Uso ata sa kanila ang cheap shots eh. ::) Mas madaming kelangan problemahin sa team nyo bago nyo problemahin kung san kumukuha ng pera si Mayor Dennis Pineda. You know what I mean. ;)


oo nga nanalo na kayo, ganyan din last year ok kayo sa fil oil pag dating ng opening talo kayo sa perpetual


And ano nga palang pangalan ng main account mo dito? ???


totoy wala akong ibang branch mukhang naging fan ka pa


Not from SSC-R, pero ang unang post mo dito agad sa thread namin? Wow ha! Masyado ka namang takot para i reveal kung sino ka talaga. ;)


eh di magkita tayo sa arena o nsl, madali naman yun, naka lakers akong cap ako lang may roon noon orig yun eh hindi galing recto o lubao


What the? Bakit naman ako makikipagkita sayo. So what kung hindi galing Recto or Lubao yang cap mo? Yan lang ba maipagmamalaki mo? :o :D ???


Technical foul also on you.

gameface_one
05-05-2009, 03:42 PM
@ toti,

Simple lang naman ang pinaguusapan natin e. Magpakita kayo ng ebidensya! Tapos ang usapan. Kung wala kang ebidensya ikaw ang tumahimik! Parepareho lang kayo, ni isa sa inyo walang maipakitang evidence. Nililihis niyo lang ang usapan dahil wala nga kayong ebidensya. Gaya ng sinabi ko kung may ebidensya kayo, ilabas niyo. Tapos ang usapan. Ganun lang kadali. Anong mahirap intindihin dun? Brad ito lang sabihin ko sayo. Maayos kami kausap. Pero wag kang mambabastos kung ayaw mong bastosin ka rin namin.

Wow. Ginagawa mo namang tanga yung sarili mo eh. hahahahah



Sino kaya ang mas tanga? Yung kayang suportahan ang claim nya? O yung taong salita lang ng salita at hindi kayang idefend yung claim nya? ::) Tanda mo na ganyan pa rin mga banat mo. Mga 40 ka na yata e ganyan pa rin banat mo! :D Sabi ko sayo brad wag mo kaming babastusin kung ayaw mong bastusin ka namin!

Ikaw kaya. ;D
Sige nga bastusin mo nga ako ng harapan sa fil oil para makita mo ko na 40 na ako. ;D

Bako pa ko mapagalitan ng mga mods.

pusong baste di kita brad.


Sige ba kung gusto mo. Kaya lang pasensya ka na wala ko dyan sa Pilipinas. I have better things to do here overseas. Pero kung andyan ako anytime toti.

Dapat ka lang mapagalitan! Ang ayos ng reply ko sa inyo tapos babanat ka ng ganun. Ayus ka rin.

To the mods sorry for the off topic but we need to clear up this issue. Rest assured if they end this, I will stop as well.


Ok, kindly make this your last post or else, a technical foul will be given to you.

Derrick_Rose
05-05-2009, 03:45 PM
dami mong tanong aalis na amo mo buksan mo na gate, nakaka baba ng pagkatao kaya tama na wala kang saysay, its either sobrang hina ng ulo mo o desperado ka sa pera ng jueteng. its obvious na yung manager mo anak ng jueteng yun na ang ipinakain sa kanya. kung t_n_a ka bahala ka na, 1+1 sayo is 5. kaya kayo iniwan ni arvie row 5 ka


Etong post na to ay nagpatunay kung gaano ka talaga ka ignorante, anyway, tapos nako sayo, ayaw ko ng pumatol sa latang walang laman, tulad nga ng sabi ko. Ang latang walang laman, maingay talaga pag kumalampag. Tsaka ka na mag post dito pag kaya mo ng aminin kung sino ka talaga. Ok? :P

@Mods, sorry sa abala. ;)

Derrick_Rose
05-05-2009, 03:48 PM
Talking about SSC-R Stags. Ian Sangalang(6'7) at Maiquez(6'6), magsisimula ng magpractice bukas sa Stags matapos dumating galing sa Palarong Pambansa. ;)

gameface_one
05-05-2009, 04:00 PM
dami mong tanong aalis na amo mo buksan mo na gate, nakaka baba ng pagkatao kaya tama na wala kang saysay, its either sobrang hina ng ulo mo o desperado ka sa pera ng jueteng. its obvious na yung manager mo anak ng jueteng yun na ang ipinakain sa kanya. kung t_n_a ka bahala ka na, 1+1 sayo is 5. kaya kayo iniwan ni arvie row 5 ka


Etong post na to ay nagpatunay kung gaano ka talaga ka ignorante, anyway, tapos nako sayo, ayaw ko ng pumatol sa latang walang laman, tulad nga ng sabi ko. Ang latang walang laman, maingay talaga pag kumalampag. Tsaka ka na mag post dito pag kaya mo ng aminin kung sino ka talaga. Ok? :P

@Mods, sorry sa abala. ;)


One more and you won't like it.

Joescoundrel
05-15-2009, 10:33 PM
JRU may have just served notice to the rest of the NCAA - the Light Bombers displayed clinical and clockwork play to turn back reigning NCAA and NSL champion San Sebastian 83 - 69 in the ongoing Nike Summer League.

Right from the get-go it was selfless and precision basketball for the Light Bombers, as they put on a virtual clinic on the early offense, the secondary break, precision passing, constant movement without the ball, quick help and recovery on defense, and relentlessness off both boards.

Jo Saret, arguably the best pointguard in the NCAA junior ranks, constantly found multi-talented forward Louie Vigil on a variety of alley-oops along the baseline. Saret also ran both the transition offense and the halfcourt sets with incredible vision and recognition, dishing off nifty pin-point assists even in traffic.

After taking a slight 40-34 edge into the lemon time break, JRU opened the pivotal third period with seven unanswered points for the 47-34 cushion. San Sebastian however would not just give up without a fight, as Jerome Delgado instigated a rally that cut that lead down to 62-58 late in the quarter.

Saret and Vigil responded with five clustered points to once again pull away at 67-58, and the Light Bombers were never threatened again.

Vigil led all scorers with 26 points to go with 10 boards, while Saret had 15 markers and 11 assists. Delgado led the Staglets with 16 points and four steals.

untamed
05-21-2009, 03:47 PM
baste won over the eac generals this morning in the nsl. the final score is 72-59, that qualifies them to the next round. ;D

untamed
05-27-2009, 11:56 PM
San Sebastian on a roll at the expense of DLSU (summarize)

San Sebastian, touted as the new Giant Killer, added another big fish in their roster with a 73-59 win over the De La Salle Green Archers in the Filoil Flying V MVP Cup at the Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

The Golden Stags showed no mercy on the hapless Green Archers who scored a measly 13 points against the 30-point production of the Golden Stags in the 1st period.

Led by Jimbo Aquino, has a supporting cast that includes rookie Ian Sangalang and Raymond Maconocido who produced 12-points and 10-points respectively for San Sebastian. The Green Archers had another scoring drought with only 10 points in the 2nd period against the 25 points of San Sebastian.

San Sebastian’s biggest lead in the ballgame came in at the 8:16 minute mark in the 3rd quarter with a whopping 33-point margin. In the 4th period, De La Salle managed to bring down their deficit to 14-points with under 3 minutes left in the game. Jimbo Aquino led the Golden Stags with 18-points while De La Salle rookie and former Staglets, Arvie Bringas, had 12-points.

SSC-R 73 – Aquino 18, Maconocido 12, Sangalang 10, Raymundo 7, Najorda 7, Pascual 6, Abueva 5, Del Rio 5, Bulawan 2, Semira 0.

DLSU 59 – Bringas 12, Malabes 10, Webb 8, Bagatsing 7, Mangahas 6, Barua 4, Paredes 4, Banal 3, Tolentino 3, Revilla 2, Atkins 0, Co 0, MArata 0, Andrada 0, Reyes 0.

Quarter Scores: 30-13, 55-23, 63-41, 73-59

source: inboundpass

pusongbaste
05-28-2009, 10:45 AM
Source:http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=471967&publicationSubCategoryId=69

Stags dominate off-target Archers

MANILA, Philippines – San Sebastian pounced on an off-form La Salle side and dominated the paint all game as the Stags rolled to an easy 73-59 victory in the Filoil-Flying V Pre-Season MVP Cup at The Arena in San Juan yesterday.

The Stags rode on an explosive first quarter run to take control, sustained their form in the second to build a whopping 32-point lead before cruising to their fourth win against a loss dealt by the Jose Rizal U Bombers the last time out.

“The key to this win was our rebounding,” said SSC coach Ato Agustin. “We were also able to break their press.”

John Murphy Raymundo scored seven points for San Sebastian, but led the pack most of the way to break La Salle’s dreaded fullcourt press.

Jimbo Aquino fired 18 points, Raymond Maconocido had 10 while Ian Sangalang and John Murphy Raymundo combined for 17 points for San Sebastian, which tied Adamson in second in Group A.

The Archers groped for form coming off a three-week training from the US and could only come closest at 14 with still 2:39 left in the contest tipped to be close but ended up in a blowout.

Earlier, Adamson muscled its way past winless National U, 65-57, to roll to its fourth straight win against a lone defeat in Group A.

The Falcons sustained their form in the entire contest and simply outplayed the Bulldogs, posting leads of as many as 19 points in the third quarter.

The Bulldogs tried to mount a rally in the first five minutes of the last period but the Falcons quickly thwarted the fightback with Austin Manyara coming up with a slam to give Adamson another 12-point lead, 65-53, with 46.4 seconds left in the contest.

Lester Alvarez and Janus Lozada combined for 21 points for Adamson. – With report from contributor Celest Flores
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BRAVO BASTE!

untamed
06-04-2009, 12:26 AM
filoil updated as posted in inboundpass.com (edited)


Meanwhile, San Sebastian College-Recoletos survived a pesky College of Saint Benilde quintet in a battle of much-improved NCAA quintets, 71-66. The Stags seemed to have the game under control, leading by as many as 14 points in the second quarter. An impressive Blazer surge, though, put CSB within striking distance at the half and the rest of the way. Clutch baskets by Dexter Maiquez and Jonathan Semira, however, gave San Sebastian its sixth win in seven outings.

Forward Gilbert Bulawan led the Stags with 19 points, while rookie Mark de Guzman paced the Blazers with 10, eight of which came in the third quarter.

The scores:

San Sebastian 71 – Bulawan 19, Aquino 10, Maiquez 9, Sangalang 8, Maconocido 6, Pascual 5, Najorda 4, Dizon 3, Semira 3, E. Gatchalian 2, Raymundo 2, Gusi 0, del Rio 0.

St. Benilde 66 – de Guzman 10, Mañalac 9, dela Paz 9, Lastimosa 7, Dalanon 6, Morial 6, Tan 6, Argamino 5, Abolucion 4, Manlapaz 3, Umlas 1, Wong 0, Sia 0.

Quarter scores: 20-13, 32-32, 50-50, 71-66.

Wang-Bu
06-04-2009, 10:53 AM
Mga katoto, kumusta na kuya ni Arvie an si Mark Bringas? Injured ba siya o may katotohanan ang usaping papunta na daw siya ng UP? Parati niyang pinapanood ang utol niya sa mga laro ng Lasalle sa Fil Oil. Nung Baste-Lasalle game nandun lang siya sa stands, diyata't ang tamang protocol ay kung kasali ka sa isang koponan, kunwari Baste, at injured ka, dapat dun ka pa din sa likod ng bench ninyo nakaupo.

glock23
06-04-2009, 03:50 PM
Mga katoto, kumusta na kuya ni Arvie an si Mark Bringas? Injured ba siya o may katotohanan ang usaping papunta na daw siya ng UP? Parati niyang pinapanood ang utol niya sa mga laro ng Lasalle sa Fil Oil. Nung Baste-Lasalle game nandun lang siya sa stands, diyata't ang tamang protocol ay kung kasali ka sa isang koponan, kunwari Baste, at injured ka, dapat dun ka pa din sa likod ng bench ninyo nakaupo.


Padre, baka naman show of support lang ang ginagawa ni kuya mark. ;) siya nga pala, kamusta mga scholars?

bchoter
06-04-2009, 10:48 PM
^^ Pare ang sabi daw pinabalik siya ng magulang niya sa Recto. Mukhang nag-s-side trip sa Taft hehehe.

Pare goodluck sa foundation ;)

Derrick_Rose
06-06-2009, 06:51 PM
Mga katoto, kumusta na kuya ni Arvie an si Mark Bringas? Injured ba siya o may katotohanan ang usaping papunta na daw siya ng UP? Parati niyang pinapanood ang utol niya sa mga laro ng Lasalle sa Fil Oil. Nung Baste-Lasalle game nandun lang siya sa stands, diyata't ang tamang protocol ay kung kasali ka sa isang koponan, kunwari Baste, at injured ka, dapat dun ka pa din sa likod ng bench ninyo nakaupo.


Wala na si Mark Bringas sa Baste ngayon. Tinanggal sya dahil sa attitude problem. ;)

izon
06-06-2009, 07:30 PM
Mga katoto, kumusta na kuya ni Arvie an si Mark Bringas? Injured ba siya o may katotohanan ang usaping papunta na daw siya ng UP? Parati niyang pinapanood ang utol niya sa mga laro ng Lasalle sa Fil Oil. Nung Baste-Lasalle game nandun lang siya sa stands, diyata't ang tamang protocol ay kung kasali ka sa isang koponan, kunwari Baste, at injured ka, dapat dun ka pa din sa likod ng bench ninyo nakaupo.


Wala na si Mark Bringas sa Baste ngayon. Tinanggal sya dahil sa attitude problem. ;)


Saan sya maglalaro ?

untamed
06-09-2009, 09:06 AM
from inboundpass.com (summarized)

FEU, three NCAA powers complete Nike Final Four cast

In the second game, San Sebastian College-Recoletos survived a late Jose Rizal University surge, 77-75. The biggest lead of the game for the Recto-based squad stood at 13, 61-48 at the end of the third period, but a four-minute scoring drought coupled with a JRU surge trimmed the lead to just two, 76-74 with 15 ticks left in regulation. Jimbo Aquino then split his charities to up the Stag lead to three with 10 seconds remaining. In the ensuing possession, JRU gunner John Wilson was fouled from behind the three-point line in the act of shooting with three seconds left, giving the Shaw unit a chance to send the game to overtime. However, he muffed two of his three free throws, costing coach Ariel Vanguardia’s wards a seat in the semis.

Aquino led the Stags with 13 points while Gilbert Bulawan added 12. Wilson paced Jose Rizal with 22 markers.

The semis begin this Thursday, June 11, at the Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig City. The curtain-raiser at 2:30 p.m. pits the Stags and Knights in an all-NCAA showdown. At 4 p.m., the Red Lions will lock horns with the Tamaraws.

The scores:

Second game:

San Sebastian 77 – Aquino 13, Bulawan 12, Raymundo 10, Semira 10, Maconocido 9, Abueva 9, Sangalang 8, Najorda 2, del Rio 2, Pascual 2, Maiquez 0.

JRU 75 – Wilson 22, Sena 16, Hayes 13, Cagoco 10, Kabigting 5, Apinan 5, Njei 2, Bulangis 2, Matute 0, Montemayor 0, Salazar 0, Lituania 0, Lopez 0.

Quarter scores: 23-15, 43-31, 61-48, 77-75.

untamed
06-10-2009, 05:47 PM
according to a reliable report baste eliminated adamson this afternoon in the quarter finals of the fil-oil pre season tournament and advance to the semi finals. if im not mistaken they will be up against ue in the fil-oil semi finals.

baste - 72
adamson - 59

Joescoundrel
06-11-2009, 07:03 PM
San Sebastian the first two quarters to adjust and find their range before pulling away for the 92 - 79 victory against NCAA rival Letran in their Final 4 encounter at the Nike Summer League.

Letran was up by as much as 26-12 in the opening period as the Stags were blowing defensive assignments and switches that allowed Reymar Gutilban, JP Belencion and Jam Cortez to score practically at will.

By the third period though, Jimbo Aquino, Dave Najorda, Ray Maconocido and Ron Pascual began to find hit their stride on offense, even as Pamboy Raymundo masterfully ran the San Sebastian offense. With Raymundo, Anthony Del Rio and Jon Semira playing the passing lanes on defense, the Stags went up by as much as 71-61.

RJ Jazul and Kevin Alas however struck back for the Knights. A Jazul trey and then a drive brought Letran back to within 71-75. But Pascual, Najorda and Aquino conspired to once again pull the Stags away at 81-71. San Sebastian cruised all the way to the final count as Letran ran into a mess of end-game turnovers.

Aquino led the Stags with 20 markers while Najorda added 17. Jazul had a game-high 21 points for Letran.

Joescoundrel
06-13-2009, 07:25 AM
Warriors duel Tamaraws for FilOil crown

By Jasmine W. Payo
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 03:04:00 06/13/2009

MANILA, Philippines - University of the East returns to the finals of the FilOil Flying V Pre-Season MVP Cup, but faces a new foe in Far Eastern University.

The Warriors halted San Sebastian’s off-the-form run with a 90-84 triumph to clinch the first championship berth, but the Tamaraws spoiled a repeat of last year’s title showdown by tripping the San Beda Red Lions, 64-58, in the Final Four last night at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

Paul Lee knocked in a game-high 26 points for the Warriors, who pulled off the victory minus several key players.

“We were down by six men,” said UE coach Lawrence Chongson. “They were stricken by flu and they have to be checked. But the boys’ didn’t give up. We need this kind of game to test the team’s maturity.”

Reihl Cervantes drilled 19 markers and rookie guard Ryan Roose Garcia added 15 as the Tamaraws upset the three-time NCAA champion Lions.

Elmer Espiritu buried 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for the Warriors, while Rudy Lingganay played a key role in the clutch to turn a 74-73 lead into an 80-73 advantage.

The Warriors played minus the veteran pair of Pari Llagas and Toto Bandaying and role players John Rey Albanza, Kenneth Acibar, Erwin Duran and John Michael Noble.

Jimbo Aquino shot 21 points to lead the unheralded Stags, who surprisingly won seven of eight games to reach the semifinals.

The scores:

First Game
UE 90—Lee 26, Espiritu 19, Martinez 10, Zamar 9, Acuna 8, Flores 8, Lingganay 4, Reyes 4, Sumido 2.

SAN SEBASTIAN 84—Aquino 21, Cuevas 17, Maconicido 16, Sangalang 8, Semira 5, Raymundo 7, Pascual 4, Najorda 4, Del Rio 2.
Quarters: 16-21, 42-41, 64-65, 90-84

Second Game
FEU 64—Cervantes 19, Garcia 15, Cawaling 10, Barroca 8, Eguilos 6, Nuondu 4, Tanuan 2

SAN BEDA 58—Pascual 14, Gamalinda 12, Tecson 10, Marcelo 8, Daniel 6, Lanete 4, Villahermosa 3, Tirona 1.
Quarters: 21-10, 37-28, 49-44, 64-58

Joescoundrel
06-13-2009, 07:27 AM
^ As for Mark Anthony "Ton Ton" Bringas, one of the assistant coaches said they are looking for another school for him. Apparently he ran afoul of one of his professors, said professor not taking too kindly to his repeated absences even though he has not been playing of late. They are however still trying to fix this. They can always send him over to Wang-bu over at UE since the Warriors apparently no longer have any big men of note in reserve.

batangueño
06-13-2009, 02:37 PM
Just a question to our friends from San Sebastian. :)

Who are the graduating Staglets this season aside from Almond Vosotros?

Joescoundrel
06-14-2009, 09:18 AM
It was a rough and tumble game but in the end San Beda hung tough for the pull-away 85 - 69 victory to claim the 2009 Nike Summer League championship over San Sebastian.

In a game that saw a couple of warnings, technical fouls and unsportsmanlike fouls whistled as early as the second period, the Red Lions showed true grit and would not be drawn into a fracas.

Veteran guards Ray Maconocido and Pamboy Raymundo were the prime culprits as they snuck in cheap shots of all manner against San Beda newcomer Jessmar Villahermosa. Maconocido snapped a couple of rabbit punches into Villahermosa's midsection, even as Raymundo deliberately tripped him in an ensuing play. Villahermosa however kept his cool and even baited the two Stags to keep up with the cheap shots even in front of the referees. Both were slapped with technical fouls and later on unsportsmanlike fouls and simply never got into the game.

In the third period, when San Beda was pulling away at 53-41, Gilbert Bulawan tried the same roughhouse tactics against American import Sudan Daniels. Taunting Daniels after he made a basket, Bulawan was warned by referee Boyong Manalac. Daniels later on scored got his own licks in as he nailed Bulawan when he secured a defensive board for the Red Lions. Bulawan had to be pulled out after he crumpled to the floor under the east basket.

Had the Stags just stuck to their usual play, they might have made this a little more interesting. Apparently they tried to foolishly make up for the absence of 6'6" top recruit Ian Sangalang and head coach Ato Agustin with dirty play, a ploy that obviously backfired. Sangalang and Agustin are reportedly in sick bay.

By the last three minutes, head coach Frankie Lim's boys had started to pull away from 71-63, as JR Tecson, Daniels, Garvo Lanete and Bam Gamalinda went in for the kill baskets.

"This gives us good momentum going into the NCAA," said Lim after the game. "I'm proud of the boys for doing a good job and maintaining their composure," he added.

Daniels was named MVP of the tournament. "This is just so special not just for me but for the team. Hopefully we can bring this all the way to the NCAA," he said.

LION
06-14-2009, 09:43 AM
^ As for Mark Anthony "Ton Ton" Bringas, one of the assistant coaches said they are looking for another school for him. Apparently he ran afoul of one of his professors, said professor not taking too kindly to his repeated absences even though he has not been playing of late. They are however still trying to fix this. They can always send him over to Wang-bu over at UE since the Warriors apparently no longer have any big men of note in reserve.


Bingo!

bchoter
06-14-2009, 02:02 PM
Hard to believe but Tonton is finding ways to mend bridges with coach Pido.

DLSU now has 3 of the best Staglets in Arvie, Andrada and Vosotros. Pareng Joe I wonder what Ryan B thinks of Vosotros' move.

izon
06-14-2009, 08:39 PM
Hard to believe but Tonton is finding ways to mend bridges with coach Pido.

DLSU now has 3 of the best Staglets in Arvie, Andrada and Vosotros. Pareng Joe I wonder what Ryan B thinks of Vosotros' move.


Vosotros ? Where did you get this news? Baka kwentong kutsero lang ito.

bchoter
06-14-2009, 09:54 PM
Mukha namang reliable yung nag kuwento. Not sure nga lang kung naka sakay sa karitelang hila ng kabayo :D

KingRedLion
06-14-2009, 11:22 PM
Vosotros has joined DLSU?? Hindi ba parang logjam sila dun sa guards already? They have Atkins, LA Revilla, & those from the RP Youth team already. What DLSU needs are big men who can help out in the frontcourt.


¡ánimo! San Beda! ¡ánimo! Cuatro!

Joescoundrel
06-15-2009, 07:20 AM
Hard to believe but Tonton is finding ways to mend bridges with coach Pido.

DLSU now has 3 of the best Staglets in Arvie, Andrada and Vosotros. Pareng Joe I wonder what Ryan B thinks of Vosotros' move.


Lasalle got another smallish guard...? One would think they would instead have gotten burly 6'5" center Ken Mamaril if they really wanted someone who can help right away.

franz_inwurdz
06-15-2009, 08:20 AM
bubuo din ng fellowship of the rings.

tulf
06-15-2009, 08:26 AM
di ba incoming 4th year high school palang si vosotros?

jpmalpas
06-15-2009, 12:41 PM
Yup, 4th year palang si Vosotros, d lang makakalaro kasi over age na. ;)

bchoter
06-15-2009, 12:46 PM
Ken is undergoing therapy for a foot fracture

untamed
06-15-2009, 10:38 PM
Ken is undergoing therapy for a foot fracture


manong lalaro pa ba siya this coming season? looks like the staglets will have a difficult time this season with a veteran team like letran and san beda.

bchoter
06-15-2009, 10:41 PM
Most likely hindi unless he goes to a non-UAAP/NCAA school

izon
06-16-2009, 08:00 PM
Vosotros has joined DLSU?? Hindi ba parang logjam sila dun sa guards already? They have Atkins, LA Revilla, & those from the RP Youth team already. What DLSU needs are big men who can help out in the frontcourt.


¡ánimo! San Beda! ¡ánimo! Cuatro!


Totally agree with you. This was the reason why Kevin Alas left the Archer's camp to rejoin the Letran Knights even though reports have it that he passed the DLSUET. Masyadong masikip na ang guard position sa La Salle.

untamed
06-19-2009, 11:00 AM
Ato Agustin wants to infect Stags of San Sebastian with his brand of basketball

RENATO “Ato” Agustin hopes that his style of play in his heydays will rub off to his players in his first year as the head coach of the San Sebastian Stags in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

Agustin, 45, said his success as a basketball player hinged mainly on his self-confidence. He is one of the Philippine Basketball Association’s (PBA) 25 Greatest Players.

And he wants to inject that confidence to the Stags.

“Gusto kong bigyan ng kumpiyansa lahat ng players ko,” Agustin told the BusinessMirror. “Kaya siguro maraming nakakapansin, lahat ng players ko nakakaiskor dahil binibigyan ko talaga sila ng pagkakataon na umiskor.”

Talk about scoring and Agustin comes to mind. He once averaged 20.7 in a season and scored 42 in one game in 1992 when he was named Most Valuable Player.

But Agustin, who also played and coached at the same time for the Pampanga Stars in the defunct Metropolitan Basketball Association (MBA), is also emphasizing on defense—something that he also mastered during his illustrious 14-year professional career.

“’Yung laro ko noon, ang attitude ko is to play offense and play defense as well. ‘Yun ang ina-apply ko sa kanila. Kung ang player ko umiiskor, pero umiiskor rin ‘yung kabila, balewala. Kailangan ma-stop mo rin sila sa depensa mo,” said Agustin, still looking fit and trim despite having retired in 2001.

The Stags performed well in preseason tournaments. They finished second in the Fr. Martin Cup and Nike Summer League. The team was also a semifinalist in the Fil-Oil tournament, making them one of the darkhorses this season.

Agustin, however, said they would take it one step at a time in order to improve on their Final Four finish last season.

“Hindi ako nagpapa-pressure sa kanila. Basta kami, Final Four muna. Kung nagkataon na mag-finals, ‘yun na ang tatargetin namin,” Agustin said.

Agustin will rely heavily on Jimbo Aquino, Gilbert Bulawan and Raymond Maconocido.

San Sebastian, which won five straight titles starting 1993 and won back-to-back in 2001-2002, opens its season against Perpetual Help on opening day on June 27 at 6 p.m. at the Araneta Coliseum.


credits & as posted in businessmirror.com.ph

untamed
06-21-2009, 03:59 PM
as posted in inboundpass by mike abasolo

[font=Verdana]NCAA Season 85 Preview: SSC-R

San Sebastian College-Recoletos Golden Stags

2008 Record: 9-5, Fifth, Eliminated in a playoff for a Final Four slot

Coach: Renato Agustin (1st Season)

Key Losses: Jason Ballesteros, Franz Delgado, Froilan Saquillo, Jim Viray, Vergel Zulueta,

Key Additions: Calvin Abueva, Raffy Gusi, Jason Gatchalian, Erickson Gatchalian, Dexter Maiquez, Ronald Pascual, Ian Sangalang.

Holdovers: Jimbo Aquino, Raymond Maconocido, Mark Bringas, Gilbert Bulawan, Jonathan Semira, Dave Najorda, John Paul Raymundo, Anthony Del Rio, Roberto Bartolo

Background: If it wasn’t for the JRU Heavy Bombers’ resurgence late in the elimination round, San Sebastian could be tasting its first trip to the Final Four since Season 81. But even without Jason Ballesteros and Jim Viray, newly appointed Golden Stags Head Coach will still have the priviledge of leading this team to another crack at the playoffs and maybe, all the way to the finals.

Key Changes: Changes are for the better. The Golden Stags have just added more weapons into their stockpile of an already skillful line up. Calvin Abueva, Ronald Pascual and Ian Sangalang are legitimate “basketball players” that can play on both ends in two or maybe up to three positions. Raymaundo, Aquino, Bringas, Bulawan and Najorda already form a reliable core for, adding these three into the mix will make the Golden Stags a nasty team ready for primetime.

Outlook: With the massive build, the Golden Stags are now poised to at least reach the Final Four. The possibility of going all the way to the finals is on the horizon. This team has been prepped up to match up with anyone in the league plus the fact that Coach Ato Agustin is a proven winner since his playing days in the pros and that alone can inject some needed toughness, a staple they lacked last year under Coach Jorge Gallent.

Prognosis: The Golden Stags are ready to turn the corner this Season 85. They have the manpower, the pieces plus the skills with a new coach, San Sebastian has the opportunity to go all the way.

Projections:

1. Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers
2. San Sebastian College Recoletos Golden Stags
3. San Beda College Red Lions
4. Colegio de San Juan de Letran Knights
5. College of St. Benilde Blazers
6. Mapua Institute of Technology Cardinals
7. University of Perpetual Help System Dalta Altas
8. Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals
9. Arellano University Chiefs
10. Angeles University Foundation Great Danes

Finals: Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers vs. San Beda Red Lions

Champion: Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers

Derrick_Rose
06-27-2009, 08:39 AM
Goodluck sa Stags. ;)

fujitsu
06-27-2009, 11:30 AM
Champion: Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers 8)

Joescoundrel
01-13-2010, 01:49 PM
Saturday January 16 at Lyceum Gym, Intramuros Manila

9:00 AM - STI versus FEU
10:30 AM - AMA versus Informatics
12:00 NN - Perpetual versus Fatima (Battle of the Mama Mary Schools!)
1:30 PM - Lyceum versus CEU
3:00 PM - Arellano A versus Adamson

Sunday January 17 at FEU Gym, R Papa Manila

10:30 AM - FEU versus JRU
12:00 NN - San Sebastian versus Mapua A
1:30 PM - Arellano B versus UP
3:00 PM - St Benilde versus San Beda

Saturday January 23 at Arellano Gym, Legarda Manila

9:00 AM - Informatics versus Arellano B
10:30 AM - Letran versus EAC
12:00 NN - Mapua B versus Fatima
1:30 PM - Lyceum versus San Sebastian
3:00 PM - Adamson versus FEU

Sunday January 24 at FEU Gym

9:00 AM - Mapua A versus UP
10:30 AM - Mapua B versus San Beda
12:00 NN - Perpetual versus St Benilde
1:30 PM - JRU versus Arellano A
3:00 PM - CEU versus AMA

Saturday January 30 at Arellano Gym

9:00 AM - Adamson versus STI
10:30 AM - Mapua A versus Letran
12:00 NN - St Benilde versus JRU
4:00 PM San Beda versus FEU (to be played at San Beda Gym as part of San Beda College FROLICS DAY)

Sunday January 31 at FEU Gym

9:00 AM - AMA versus UP
10:30 AM - Arellano A versus Mapua B
12:00 NN - Fatima versus St Benilde

All schedules may be subject to change without prior notice






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Derrick_Rose
02-07-2010, 12:03 PM
Sir, naglalaro ba si Dizon sa FMC?

nardy
02-07-2010, 05:56 PM
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acez
02-07-2010, 10:29 PM
i like how Pascual plays,, mr.cool

Calvin Abueva is RUDE,, literally :-(

Joescoundrel
02-08-2010, 12:17 AM
Reigning NCAA champion San Sebastian had to go through a wringer to preserve their undefeated record in the ongoing FMC Open Conference, surviving UP 82 - 81.

UP had a great first half, but San Sebastian came alive late in the third period behind Ian Sangalang, Ronald Pascual, Ray Maconocido and Anthony Del Rio.

Woody Co however went on a personal tear late in the fourth period to bringing the Maroons back into it with a variety of strong moves in and around the baseline.

Veteran Pamboy Raymundo nailed the game's last two freethrows to seal the win for the Stags who remain unbeaten in this tournament.

Mike Silungan had one more chance to wrap it all up for the Maroons after the Raymundo freethrows with still 12 seconds to go. This time however the Stags defense wised up and forced him to take an off-balance shot that clanked off the rim as the final buzzer sounded.

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untamed
02-13-2010, 01:56 PM
sir joe thanks for posting. any new recruits of baste playing in the fmc?

untamed
02-13-2010, 02:02 PM
Punishing Forces
by Mike Abasolo (Inboundpass.com) :)


Two teams in the 90’s from both the NCAA and the UAAP shared the same fate. Each team was an unstoppable force. Their spectacular runs are an envy of the civilized, but highly volatile and competitive, basketball world. Teams can learn from their tales but their road less traveled can be burdensome for most. Winning a single title is hard, maybe even elusive. But to do it more than twice over is astounding.

“I never expected us to go this far”, said a still beffudled former UST Head Coach Aric Del Rosario, 13 years since that final run in 1996 when the Growling Tigers rallied from a 9-point deficit courtesy of Henry Ong and Angelo Velasco to defeat Tyrone Bautista, Mark Telan and Allen Patrimonio and the rest of the DLSU Green Archers for their 4th straight title.

Season 56 and 57, however, expectations were high for the Growling Tigers. That line up composed of Bal David, Siot Tanquincen, Chris Cantonjos and Dennis Espino with the addition of Dale Singson the following year, bulldozed its way thru both seasons including a scintillating finish over DLSU on October 8, 1994 at the Cuneta Astrodome. “I just had faith in my boys”, added Coach Del Rosario.

With the three-peat in the hands of Gerard Francisco, Richard Yee, and Dale Singson, the Growling Tigers once again defeated the Green Archers on October 7, 1995 for its third straight UAAP Championship. “I have to give credit to the players. It was their hearts that kept our title run going, I was just there for the ride”, said Coach Del Rosario.

But UST was not the only team that boasted such an imperious presence. The San Sebastian Golden Stags made history in the NCAA by becoming the first team in league history to win 4 straight championships. Like their counterpart, the Golden Stags also paraded an intimidating line up namely, Brixter Encarnacion, Ulyses Tanigue, Aldrin Morante, Abriel Capati, and Rodney Santos with Coach Arturo Valenzona at the helm to begin their five year reign. San Sebastian won the Season 69 penant by winning both the 1st and 2nd elimination round with an 8-2 slate.

With the entry of Rommel Adducul in the line-up, the Golden Stags completed a historic 10-0 sweep of the elimination round of Season 70 to retain the title. “It was tough but we’ll savor every moment”, said a jubilant Coach Valenzona.

In Season 71, San Sebastian and the Mapua Cardinals finished the eliminaton round with an identical 8-2 card to force a best of three series match for the Championship. With their superior firepower, the Golden Stags were able to overcome the efforts of Reuben de la Rosa and the Cardinals on both games for their 3rd straight title.

In Season 72, Coach Valenzona declared, “This series won’t have a 3rd game”. In Santos’ final year as a Golden Stag, a promise has been made and he made sure that he help fulfill it. San Sebastian completed its historic quest by defeating the San Beda Red Lions in their best of three title series, 2-0. The Golden Stags entered the finals outright with a 10-2 slate. Two of those losses were in the hands of the Red Lions. San Sebastian, under the guidance of Bai Cristobal, would again repeat over San Beda to earn their unprecedented 5th straight title. Since Season 69, the Golden Stags had only lost six games.

Both teams in different leagues, regardless of competition format and landscape were able to pull-off one of the most amazing runs in Philippinie College Basketball history. Their basketball philosophy and concepts might be different but the common denominator that both coaches have is that they were able to assemble the pedigree, including the supporting cast that had the right character, necessary to implement their system and play as a cohesive unit. It was a dacade unparalled so far in Collegiate Basketball.

untamed
03-17-2010, 09:04 PM
2010 FilOil Flying V Pre-Season Invitational Basketball Tournament Schedule


14-Apr Friday 3pm Mapua vs SSCR Srs

17-Apr Saturday 11am SSCR vs Arellano Jrs
5pm UE vs SSCR Srs

23-Apr Friday 11am UST vs SSCR Jrs

24-Apr Saturday 6pm JRU vs SSCR Srs (televised)

8-May Saturday 9am UE vs SSCR Jrs

14-May Friday 5pm CSB vs SSCR Srs

19-May Wednesday 11am SSCR vs La Salle GH Jr

21-May Friday 3pm Adamson vs SSCR Srs

26-May Wednesday 1pm SSCR vs RP Youth U18 Srs

28-May Friday 1pm UP vs SSCR Jrs

29-May Saturday 3pm SSCR vs FEU Srs

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5-Jun 11am No. 3 vs No. 6 Jrs
Saturday 1pm No. 4 vs No. 5 Jrs

9-Jun 11pm A2 vs B3 Srs
Wednesday 2pm A1 vs B4 Srs
Quarters 4pm B1 vs A4 Srs
6pm B2 vs A3 Srs

11-Jun 9am No. 2 vs Winner 4-5 Jrs
Friday 11am No.1 vs Winner 3-6 Jrs
Semis 2pm Winner A1-B4 vs Winner B2-A3 Srs
4pm Winner B1-A4 vs Winner A2-B3 Srs

13-Jun 8am Jrs Battle for 3rd Jrs
Sunday 10pm Srs Battle for 3rd Srs
Finals/3rd 12pm Cheerleading Finals
2pm Juniors Championship Jrs
Special Awards Ceremony
4pm Seniors Championship Srs

Poging Baste
03-27-2010, 03:09 PM
GOOD LUCK TO THE SSCR TEAM THIS PRE-SEASON GAME...

untamed
04-11-2010, 08:21 PM
SSC beats JRU, joins early winners in Filoil tourney
By JONAS TERRADO (mb.com.ph) ;)

Reigning NCAA champion San Sebastian bucked a shaky start to beat Jose Rizal University, 73-63, in the 2010 Filoil Flying V Tanduay First Five Preseason Invitational Cup Saturday at the Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

Coming off a two-week break that saw some of the Stags lead Excelroof to the PBL championship, the Stags leaned on point guard Pamboy Raymundo, Calvin Abueva, and Anthony del Rio to stave off an early challenge of the Heavy Bombers in the third game of the day.

The win enabled the Recto-based dribblers to keep abreast with UAAP titlist Ateneo and La Salle who hurdled their respective rivals.

The Eagles defeated San Beda, 84-73, while La Salle squeaked past Letran, 77-76.

"Nag-struggle kami nung first half. Medyo nagre-relax sila at may konting factor yung two-week break pero nakapag-adjust naman kami," said San Sebastian mentor Ato Agustin.

Raymundo and Abueva, the PBL Finals Most Valuable Player (MVP), tallied 15 points each while Del Rio added 12 points in the victory as the Stags overcame a 10-point deficit, 37-27, midway in the second quarter.

Alex Almario led the Heavy Bombers in a losing cause with 11 points while veteran lefty forward Marvin Hayes added 10 points.

The scores:
SAN SEBASTIAN 73 – Raymundo 15, Abueva 15, Del Rio 12, Bulawan 8, Sangalang 8, Maconocido 6, Pascual 4, Gorospe 3, Gatchalian 2, Semira 0.

JRU 63 – Almario 11, Hayes 10, Lopez J. 8, Badua 8, Njei 7, Kabigting 7, Bulangis 5, Apinan 4, Matute 3, Montemayor 0, Gabriel 0, Lopez M. 0.

Quarters: 19-20; 37-41; 58-49; 73-63.

nardy
04-12-2010, 02:57 AM
sir joe thanks for posting. any new recruits of baste playing in the fmc?


Guard Karlo Pangilinan a star player in the Angeles City Barangay League is suiting-up for the Stags. He also played in the NBTC and NIKE Elite tournaments.

untamed
04-12-2010, 09:15 AM
sir joe thanks for posting. any new recruits of baste playing in the fmc?


Guard Karlo Pangilinan a star player in the Angeles City Barangay League is suiting-up for the Stags. He also played in the NBTC and NIKE Elite tournaments.


medyo tinatago pa ng baste ito baka mapirta. :D

untamed
04-18-2010, 10:21 AM
Abueva, Stags take Battle of Recto
by Anton Roxas (inboundpass.com) ;)

THERE is a beast along the University Belt.

For a player who doesn’t start for his team, Calvin Abueva sure knows how to finish games in ferocious fashion as he scored nine of his game-high 25 points in the final quarter to help push the San Sebastian College-Recoletos Stags past the University of the East Red Warriors, 80-74 in the 2010 FilOil Flying V Tanduay First Five Invitational last Saturday, April 17, at the Arena in San Juan.

With the departure of go-to-guy and team captain, Jimbo Aquino, second year head coach Ato Agustin has the tough task of finding ways to fill the void left by last year’s NCAA Finals MVP. Abueva has shown that he can put up the numbers but interestingly, many think it will be the other half of the so-called Pinatubo Twins – Ronald Pascual – to replace the Bamban, Tarlac native.

“No. Walang makakapalit kay Jimbo. Kay Ronald, nakikita ko yung shooting ni Jimbo sa kanya. Wala lang siya nung leadership ni Jimbo. Kailangan muna niya matuto mag-mature sa game. Kailangan niya magkaroon ng diskarte sa loob,” answered Agustin when asked about the role Pascual will play this year.

Pascual sprained his right ankle at the 5:40 mark of the fourth quarter with San Sebastian up by one, 68-67. He left the game with eight points and did not return.

It was a close contest throughout the entire 40 minutes of play, with 15 lead changes and five deadlocks marking proceedings. The penultimate deadlock came at 70-all after Stags point guard Erickson Gatchalian converted on two free-throws. UE’s Paul Zamar then converted two charities of his own on the next play.

At the 3:16 mark, UE’s chief gunner Paul Lee was charged with an offensive foul, his fifth. He fouled out of the game with a team-high 14 points but was one of three Red Warriors who fouled out. Big man Adi Santos fouled out of the game in the third quarter after incurring a technical foul. Rounding out the graduates was rookie Sam Razon, who exited the match after hitting Ian Sangalang on the arm after the 6′7 Stag converted on a putback off an Abueva miss with 2:54 to play.

72-all. That was the final deadlock of the game. After Sangalang knocked down the bonus free-throw, the defending NCAA champions never looked back.

The Red Warriors still had a chance at the game but the returning James Martinez, who tore his ACL in the finals of this tournament last year, missed a potential game-tying floater with 17.2 seconds left. Two perfect trips to the line by Pamboy Raymundo and another one from Anthony del Rio finalized the count at 80-74.

UE, who lost in three games to Ateneo de Manila University in the UAAP Finals last season, begins life without its long-time frontline starters, Elmer Espiritu and Parri Llagas. However, second year head coach Lawrence Chongson believes there is no time for rebuilding.

“The Rookies can’t mature overnight. We have 84 days until the UAAP season. This is a maturity process from them. I can still see the Rookie jitters but I can [also] see some signs,” said Chongson.

The win catapults San Sebastian into solo first place in the Group B table with a 2-0 win-loss mark. UE, the losing finalist in the 2009 edition of this tiff, fell to 0-1.

The scores:

San Sebastian 80 – Abueva 25, Semira 11, Sangalang 10, del Rio 9, Pascual 8, Maconocido 6, Maiquez 4, Raymundo 4, E. Gatchalian 2, Gorospe 1, dela Cruz 0.

UE 74 – Lee 14, Zamar 13, Acibar 13, Martinez 8, Duran 6, Reyes 5, Sumido 5, Razon 3, Casajeros 2, Rosopa 2, Ayala 2, Santos 1, Enguio 0.

Quarter scores: 22-19, 44-41, 62-59, 80-74.

Poging Baste
04-19-2010, 06:36 PM
NICE GAME FOR BASTE!!!

KUDOS TO ABUEVA AND THE WHOLE TEAM AS WELL!!!


GOD BLESS YOU ALL!!!

BRAVO!!! BASTE!!!

untamed
05-09-2010, 12:26 PM
Undermanned Stags put chains on Bulldogs
by: Christian Soler (inboundpass)

CHAMPIONSHIP-WINNING squads don’t like making excuses.

That’s what the undermanned reigning NCAA titlist San Sebastian College-Recoletos proved as it held its own in the endgame to defeat National University, 72-65 in the 2010 FilOil Flying V Tanduay First Five Invitational Cup last May 8 at the Arena in San Juan City.

With coach Ato Agustin attending to last-minute election sorties in San Fernando, Pampanga, and the likes of Ronald Pascual, Dave Najorda and Rey Gorospe out of action, the Stags had quite a difficult time disposing off the gutsy Bulldogs. Combo guard Raymond Maconocido handed the gold side of Recto its largest lead of the game at nine, 60-51 via a triple with 6:29 in the fourth period. NU, with its excitable rookie coach Eric Gonzales pacing the sidelines like the Energizer Bunny, refused to back down and launched an 8-0 run capped off by Mervin Baloran to cut the Stags’ advantage to one, 60-59 at the 4:30 mark.

Jonathan Semira then showed why he’s one of the best clutch performers in the NCAA by draining a three-ball from the left corner to give San Sebastian some breathing space, 63-59 with 4:12 left. NU sniper Kokoy Hermosisima, who donned the San Sebastian colors for a year in the NCAA, replied with a triple of his own before Gilbert Bulawan converted yet another long ball to beat the shot clock and give the Stags a 66-62 lead with more than three minutes left in the game.

NU had a chance to trim the deficit after Bulawan was assessed an unsportsmanlike foul at the 2:13 mark, but failed to capitalize as Hermosisima managed to just split his freebies. In the ensuing inbounds play, big man Jewel Ponferrada carelessly threw the ball to nobody in particular, resulting in a turnover.

San Sebastian, which was mentored by experienced head deputy Allan Trinidad, drew 15 points and 10 caroms from Calvin Abueva, and 14 markers from Semira. It also dominated the boards, outrebounding NU by eight, 44-36. The win was the Stags’ third in four games and put them in a tie for second place in Group B with Adamson University and Far Eastern University.

NU, which recently arrived from a training program in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, is still winless after two matches. Joseph Terso, a one-time RP Youth Team member, led the Bulldogs with 14 points.

The scores:

San Sebastian 72 – Abueva 15, Semira 14, del Rio 12, Bulawan 11, Raymundo 6, Sangalang 6, E. Gatchalian 4, Maconocido 4.

NU 65 – Terso 14, Hermosisima 13, Ponferrada 12, Baloran 10, Ludovice 4, Mbe 4, Javillonar 2, Magat 2, Nlepe Nlepe 2, Singh 2, Khobuntin 0.

Quarter scores: 11-14, 31-29, 50-44, 72-65.

Curious
05-22-2010, 10:42 AM
San Sebastian clips late Falcon rally, moves to 5-1
by Celest Flores

SAN SEBASTIAN College-Recoletos firmed up its bid for a quarterfinal berth as it escaped a furious late rally by Adamson University, 83-76, in the 2010 FilOil Flying V Tanduay First Five Invitational Cup at the Arena in San Juan City last May 21.

The reigning NCAA champions looked headed to yet another rout with almost every member of the team making it to the scoring sheet after three quarters of play. But Leo Austria and his Adamson squad had other plans.

After leading by as many as 20 points at the six-minute mark of the final quarter thanks to a basket by the Stags’ heady point guard Pamboy Raymundo, the Falcons blitzed to an 18-3 run to pull themselves to within five, 81-76 with under 30 seconds left in the ballgame. Lester Alvarez, Raymundo’s pesky counterpart on the floor, had a game-high 20 points, including two straight triples that initialed the run, while Jan Colina capped it off with a three-point basket. Unfortunately for Adamson, that was the closest it could get as time wasn’t on its side.

“Since malaki na yung lamang naming, medyo nag-relax kami kaya napabayaan si Alvarez na nakadalawang three points. Medyo na-rattle din kami sa press nila, buti nalang nakarecover kami at nakabuo na kami ng malaking lamang,” said San Sebastian head coach Ato Agustin after the game.

But it was too little, too late for Adamson as San Sebastian big man Calvin Abueva nervously sank two free throws with 25 ticks remaining to seal the game and help up his team’s record to 5-1 in Group B action. Only JRU, at 6-1, has a better record. In case of a tie, the Stags will move up the ladder since they defeated the Heavy Bombers, 73-63, on opening day. Adamson, meanwhile, fell to 4-3.

Abueva, who has always shown up offensively for San Sebastian in the preseason, especially in lieu of NCAA Season 85 Finals Most Valuable Player Jimbo Aquino, struggled and wound up with a measly seven points.

Ian Sangalang and Ronald Pascual on the other hand, paced the Stags with 16 and 14 points respectively.
The scores:

San Sebastian 83 – Sangalang 16, Pascual 14, Raymundo 13, Maconocido 10, Bulawan 8, Abueva 7, E. Gatchalian 7, Semira 5, Gorospe 2, del Rio 1.

Adamson 76 – Alvarez 20, Manyara 14, Stinett 11, Nuyles 8, Camson 8, Colina 7, Canada 5, Importante 2, Lozada 1, Galinato 0, Cabrera 0.

Quarter scores: 20-16, 40-34, 67-52, 83-76.

Curious
05-22-2010, 11:03 AM
Hmmm! I hope bumalik na yung Ronald Pascual na unang nakita namin sa pre-season last year. Yung Pascual na katandem ni Aquino sa scoring last year. Akala ko talaga magiging maganda yung performance ni Ronald last year. And instead of Abueva akala ko siya talaga yung isa sa mga magiging key player. And I thought Abueva will just be a role player. Well I hope NCAA season 86 will be the breakout year of Ronald Pascual.

To be honest I can see the potential in him to be the next Jimbo Aquino. Merong inside and outside play! Mas shooter nga lang si Jimbo pero mas athletic naman si Ronald!

Goodluck Stags! Go for back to back!

Hmmm also looking forward to watch the debut game of Carlo Pangilinan! I hope it will be against FEU. :)

untamed
06-05-2010, 07:09 AM
Stags stay golden in overtime victory against the Cardinals
by Anton Roxas ;)

EXECUTION during the endgame is something that the Mapúa Institute of Technology Cardinals have been working on all summer long. It looked like they had finally figured it out.

In the end, they remained students who still have a lot to learn about how to close out a basketball game.

That’s exactly what their opponents, the San Sebastian College-Recoletos Golden Stags did, as they beat the Cardinals 82-79 in overtime, last Friday, June 04, 2010 at the Arena in San Juan City. It was the final game of the elimination round for both teams in the 2010 FilOil Flying V Tanduay First V Invitational Cup.

Nine straight points in the fourth quarter scored by Mapúa’s Allan Mangahas gave the Cardinals a 70-68 lead with less than 30 seconds remaining in regulation. After Pamboy Raymundo was called for charging on the next play, Mapúa had a chance to protect their slim lead. However, tight defense by the Stags forced a Cardinal turnover with Mangahas stepping on the sideline.

With 15.2 left on the clock, San Sebastian went to Ronald Pascual for a driving lay-up but he was rejected by Mark Sarangay. The loose ball was picked up by Gilbert Bulawan who pulled-up for a short jumper, but missed. The athletic Pascual then jumped high to tip the ball in but it was short.

As the ball bounced off the rim, another high leaper was in the air to try another tip-in…

…Calvin Abueva.

Overtime.

In the extra period, Allan Mangahas and Jonathan Banal led the Cardinals to a 79-72 lead. But, Abueva was not done, completing a three-point play with 1:44 to go to cut the lead to four. A Mapúa turnover on the following play led to a high-looping Raymond Maconocido three that cut the deficit to one, 79-78 with 49.9 left.

A bad pass by Mangahas led to the game-winning play: An Abueva assist from the top of the circle to a cutting Ronald Pascual for a short jumper in the paint.

80-79. Stags lead.

A risky attempt to maneuver through the defense by Mangahas caused him to lose control of the ball as it was tapped away by Maconocido who immediately threw a lead pass to Abueva. Abueva was fouled and converted on both free-throws.

Mapúa had no more timeouts. Rodel Ranises tried to sell a foul to no avail.

San Sebastian is now tied with the Far Eastern University Tamaraws for second place in Group B. Both teams sport a 6-2 win-loss record. The Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers are currently in first place with a 6-1 record and will play the 4-3 Adamson University Falcons tomorrow, June 5.

The Cardinals ended the tournament with a 2-6 record.

Mapúa guard TG Guillermo suffered a cut above his right eye that was caused by an inadvertent elbow by teammate Mike Paraala in practice yesterday. The wound required five stitches to close. He did not suit up for the game as the swelling was as bad as Steve Nash’s when he got hit by Tim Duncan’s elbow in the NBA playoffs recently.

The scores:

SSC-R 82 – Abueva 18, Pascual 17, Sangalang 12, Semira 9, Bulawan 7, Raymundo 6, Del Rio 6, Maconocido 3, Dela Cruz 2, Gatchalian E. 2, Gorospe 0.

MIT 79 – Mangahas 34, Acosta 16, Cornejo 6, Paraala 6, Banal 5, Sarangay 5, Pascual 4, Ranises 2, Stevens, Maniego 0, Cabrera 0, Cinco 0, Ighalo 0.

Quarter scoring: 12-13, 31-36, 61-57, 70-70, 82-79.

untamed
06-10-2010, 11:16 AM
Abueva tows Stags past De La Salle
by Celest Flores ;)

CALVIN Abueva streaked to mid-court at the start of the fourth period, secured a pass from the baseline and stroked a jumpshot, with his form resembling that of the famous Jordan brand. In another play, he rose above five green shirts to haul down a much-needed rebound with 40 seconds left to play.

These were just some of the moments that made up “The Beast’s” highlight reel and pushed San Sebastian College-Recoletos to an 84-76 quarterfinal round win over De La Salle University in the 2010 FilOil Flying V Tanduay First Five Invitational Cup last June 9 at the Arena in San Juan City.

Things weren’t as smooth for the Stags, however, as they got rattled by the Green Archers’ tenacious defense, squandering a 19-point lead in the third quarter that they built courtesy of a 14-nothing-whip capped by a Jonathan Semira left baseline triple with 1:43 left to play.

Although San Sebastian was quick to recover with two straight breakaway baskets from rookie and Bulacan native Jovit dela Cruz after DLSU’s full-court press forced three straight turnovers with under a minute left in the third quarter, the momentum carried on to the payback in favor of the Archers. Led by the energetic third-year man Joshua Webb, the entire De La Salle bench chipped away on the Recto lead and inched to within four, 77-73 with still under two minutes left in the ballgame.

Abueva, however, scored four of San Sebastian’s last five points, his last basket with 22 seconds remaining putting the game to rest. He finished with a game-high 24 points to more than make up for the absence of Ian Sangalang, who suffered from a left ankle injury early in the first period. Sanggalang said he wasn’t sure if a bone cracked, but was apprehensive about how swollen his ankle had become.

An injury hit the DLSU side as well as Jovet Mendoza was carried off on a stretcher in the fourth quarter after hitting the floor head-first, creating a loud, cracking sound while taking a charge. Ex-San Sebastian Staglet Almond Vosotros paced the Archers with 16 markers.

San Sebastian takes on Jose Rizal University in the semifinals on Friday, June 11.

The scores:

San Sebastian 84 – Abueva 24, Pascual 17, Raymundo 11, Maconocido 10, Bulawan 5, del Rio 5, Gorospe 4, dela Cruz 4, Semira 3, Sangalang 0, E. Gatchalian 0.

DLSU 76 – Vosotros 16, Ferdinand 14, Webb 15, Andrada 8, Villanueva 7, Marata 3, Reyes 3, Mendoza 1, Atkins 1, Paredes 0, Tampus 0, Elorde 0, Banal 0, Reyes 0, Herrera 0.

Quarter scores: 22-20, 37-40, 68-54, 84-76.

Poging Baste
06-12-2010, 09:03 AM
BRAVO! BASTE!
GO FOR THE FIL OIL / FLYING V CROWN!

GOD BLESS THE WHOLE TEAM!!! ;D

Poging Baste
06-13-2010, 08:36 PM
CONGRATS!

WE ARE THE 2010 FILOIL-FLYING V INVITATIONAL CUP CHAMPION!

CALVIN ABUEVA WAS AMAZING. He was adjudged DEFENSIVE PLAYER, member of the MYTHICAL FIVE and was chosen the MOST VALUABLE PLAYER!

It was indeed a team effort as Ronald Pascual, Pamboy Raymundo, Ian Sanggalang, Maconnocido, Gilbert Bulawan, Del Rio and Semira all contributing in the STAGS triumphant campaign.

KUDOS TO COACH ATO AGUSTIN!

BRAVO! BASTE!

NEXT STOP: THE NCAA!!

GO!! BASTE!! GO!! GO!! BASTE!! ;D

untamed
06-14-2010, 01:22 PM
San Sebastian captures 2010 FilOil Championship
by Anton Roxas

PAMBOY Raymundo was at the free-throw line with 2.9 seconds remaining in the game and the score tied at 78.

He missed his first attempt.

“Iniisip ko talaga kumpiyansang-kumpiyansa ako sa mga player ko. Pagka-tumira, kumpiyansang-kumpiyansa ako dyan dahil ako, naniniwala naman ako sa kanila eh. Ang importante doon, napag-usapan namin, they believe in me and I believe in them,” said San Sebastian head coach Ato Agustin when asked after the game what he was thinking after Raymundo missed the first free-throw.

Despite the loud jeering by the FEU crowd, the veteran point guard made the second free-throw that ultimately, won the game for them. The Tamaraws had no more timeouts but somehow managed to get the ball to a wide open Aldrech Ramos at the three-point line. However, his attempt failed to go in at the buzzer.

The San Sebastian College – Recoletos Golden Stags dethroned the tournament’s defending champions, the Far Eastern University Tamaraws in dramatic fashion, 79-78 last June 13, 2010 at the Arena in San Juan City. The Golden Stags became the first ever NCAA team to win the tournament as they finished the 2010 FilOil Flying V Tanduay First Five Invitational Cup with a 9-2 win-loss record.

“Swerte. Swerte nanaman tayo. Pero, one thing na nangyari dito, yung mga bata hindi nag-give up. Kahit na we were leading all the way tapos nahabol at lumamang ang FEU, hindi gumive-up. Yung experience nila sa Finals malaking tulong sa kanila yun at yung sa puso na talaga nila eh. Napaka-laki ng puso nila hindi sila nag-give up. Mga breaks yung nangyari kanina, so, swerte talaga. Swerte,” said Agustin.

The Stags gained a lot of championship experience by winning the NCAA championship last year and a PBL title as well early this year with majority of the team’s players.

In the second quarter, the San Sebastian lead was its largest at 11, 33-22. But, FEU started fighting back with RR Garcia stealing a Calvin Abueva inbounds pass and hitting a three-pointer as the halftime buzzer sounded. The Tamaraws eventually attained their first lead in the game after an RR Garcia basket with 9:29 remaining in the final quarter.

Ato Agustin stated after the game that protecting big leads is one thing his team has to improve on.

“Ang ganda na nung start. We were up by ten tapos nag-collapse kami sa defense. Yun ang isang bagay na talagang nawawala kami. Siguro, yun nalang yung i-iimprove namin, yung hindi nag-rerelax kapag lamang,” said Agustin.

Calvin was once again his usual self, fighting for every possession and just refusing to lose as he scored 12 of his game-high 23 points in the final period.

“Yun talaga ang laro ni Abueva. Talagang full of energy, talagang talon ng talon gusto kunin lahat ng rebound pero ang maganda kanina, na-control niya yung sarili niya. Minsan kanina, nagwawala na siya and then sinabihan ko na take it easy lang,” said Agustin.

Aldrech Ramos tied the contest up at 78 after knocking down a three-point basket from a nice find by RR Garcia. Garcia led FEU in scoring with 21 points while Ramos contributed 13 in what was only his third game in the tournament along with JR Cawaling as both missed the netire elimination round serving their commitment to the National Developmental Team.

With the game tied and with only 34.7 seconds remaining, Agustin called a timeout.

Unable to get the ball to Abueva at the post, Raymundo drove hard to the basket and his attempt was blocked out of bounds. Anthony del Rio had the difficult task of finding the right teammate to pass the ball to with just 3 seconds to spare on their shot clock.

“Ang play ko doon, post-up ako kay Calvin. Marami akong option doon. Meron akong alley-oop kay Ronald. Meron din kay Gilbert. Kanina nakita namin na libre na si Gilbert (Bulawan) kaya lang hindi nakita ni Anthony. Pero, kay Calvin talaga ako doon. Alam ko na they’re in the penalty kaya sasabit na yun eh. Instruction ko, go hard to the basket, baka sakaling makakuha ng foul. Buti nalang, hindi nag-shot clock. Tinira, nakuha namin yung loose ball rebound , tapos yun, nagkagulo pero ganun talaga, breaks of the game,” explained Ato Agustin.

Once again unable to get the ball to Abueva who was defender tightly, del Rio passed it to Ronald Pascual who went up for a three-point attempt with a hand covering his face. He quickly whipped the ball out to Raymundo who immediately tossed the ball to the ring…

…the orange hit the iron and possession was up for grabs…

Unfortunately for FEU, Ping Exciminiano was called for a holding foul on Pamboy Raymundo, sending the veteran point guard to the free-throw line.

The awarding ceremony of the tournament was held after the game with Calvin Abueva taking home three trophies: The Defensive Player award, Mythical Five Member and Most Valuable Player of the tournament.

Also included in the Mythical Team were RR Garcia and Riel Cervantes, Adamson’s Alex Nuyles and JRU’s Joe Etame.

In the Battle for Third place game, the Adamson University Falcons edged the Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers, 57-55 with Jan Colina rediscovering his form and scoring a game-high 14 points.

The Golden Stags will now shift their attention to the upcoming 86th Season of the NCAA where they are the defending champions.

“Nanonood ako ng mga games at yun nga, ang lalaki nga ng San Beda ngayon kaya sabi ko we have to be ready talaga sa NCAA. Lahat ng mga teams nag-adjust na sa amin kaya kailangan natin ayusin yung mga gameplan namin especially against yung mga malalaki nila,” said Agustin when asked about the upcoming tournament.

He was also asked whether his team would win the title again.

“Hindi natin masasabi yun kasi alam mo na, bilog ang bola. Pero, gusto naming mag-champion. Ide-defend namin yung championship,” said Agustin in finality.

The only thing that’s certain right now is that Ato Agustin has revived the winning tradition of one of the most decorated teams in collegiate basketball history.

And, he’s just getting started.

The scores:

SSC-R 79 – Abueva 23, Pascual 22, Raymundo 16, Del Rio 10, Sangalang 4, Maconocido 2, Bulawan 2, Semira 0.

FEU 78 – Garcia 21, Romeo 20, Ramos 13, Cervantes 8, Cawaling 7, Bringas 5, Cruz 4, Sanga 0, Mendoza 0, Knuttel 0, Noundou 0.

Quarter scoring: 23-13, 41-35, 55-55, 79-78.

BedanRoar
01-04-2011, 12:59 PM
"To counter the stream of talent flowing into Loyola Heights and Mendiola, other schools have beefed up. FEU will do its darn best to have Arvie Bringas in its roster as early as 2011 and potentially join forces with Calvin Abueva, who’s rumored to have made the short trip from Recto to Morayta"

http://www.inboundpass.com/2011/01/01/the-distance-between-looking-back-and-ahead/

Mel
03-01-2011, 02:06 PM
Turo Valenzona will coach the Stags as per Chris Soler

http://twitter.com/#!/christiansoler/status/42464913356107776

nardy
03-03-2011, 12:39 PM
http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/307180/three-ssc-stars-want-turo-out

Three SSC stars want Turo out
By FRANCIS SANTIAGO
March 3, 2011, 12:48am

MANILA, Philippines – The surprising comeback of Arturo Valenzona as coach of the San Sebastian College basketball team has produced an equally surprising reaction. Three members of the supposed starting unit of the team have reportedly disagreed with the entry of Valenzona and may bolt the Stags if Valenzona’s tenure is made final.

A reliable source said yesterday that the designation of the 68-year-old Valenzona has earned the disapproval of a group of players identified with former Lubao, Pampanga Mayor Dennis Pineda who is a big financial backer of the team and whose mother, Lilia, is governor of the province.

They allegedly don’t want Valenzona because he is not from Pampanga.

The same source, who requested not to be named because he was not allowed to reveal the matter, said the players from Pampanga – Ian Sangalang, Calvin Abueva and Ronald Pascual – might leave the team. The trio form part of the team’s starting five.

Valenzona, who steered the Stags to five straight championships starting in 1993, said he was aware of the protest.

“There’s a possibility that it will happen (the pull out of players),” he said. He added that he’s ready and that if it happens, “so be it.”

“The SSC management is ready for it. We can’t do anything if they want to pull out. It’s their right,” Valenzona said in Filipino.

Valenzona seemed surprise by the new development. He said that when he was appointed, the Pineda group accepted him.

“In fact, his (Pineda’s) representative was very happy with my appointment.”

Asked what could have been the reason for the change of heart, Valenzona said it could be that he is not from Pampanga. He also suspected that some in the coaching staff may have fed Pineda the wrong information.

Xxx

LION
03-03-2011, 02:33 PM
Hanep sa dahilan bwahahahahahahahahahahaha!

San Sebastian should transfer to Pampanga, specifically in Lubao.

E ano naman ang dahilan ni Rey Gorospe e di naman yata siya tiga Pampanga.

duphaR007
03-03-2011, 05:22 PM
is this true? sobra nama nyung 3 feeling superstars na yun. bunch of mercenaries.

danny
03-04-2011, 05:16 AM
Ayos! The anti-foreign pseudo/crass-nationalism has been reduced to pedestrian regionalism.

Implosion time, baby. What a PR nightmare.

LION
03-04-2011, 10:36 AM
Ayos! The anti-foreign pseudo/crass-nationalism has been reduced to pedestrian regionalism.

Implosion time, baby. What a PR nightmare.


Pati yung mga hindi mekeni e bawal na din. Dapat gawan din ito ng article ni Belly Esposo. ;D

toti_mendiola
03-04-2011, 10:46 AM
Sayang naman kung lilipat yung mga player. matatalino pa naman at mababait na bata. at nasa magandang eskuwelahan pa naman sila. bakit pa lilipat. tsk tsk.

razor
03-04-2011, 11:38 AM
If I were Abueva, I'd welcome Turo Valenzona with open arms. I'm sure he'll feel at ease playing for somebody just as old like Coach Turo. :P

redlion123
03-04-2011, 11:44 AM
sino ba dapat ang nasusunod sa team? ang management at boosters ba o ang iskuwelahan mismo?

razor
03-04-2011, 11:56 AM
^ Golden rule for the golden stags. He who has the jueteng gold, makes the rule.

oca
03-04-2011, 12:15 PM
Ang kawawa sa ganitong situwasyon ay ang San Sebastian mismo.

--If SSC-R let "principles" prevail and keep Turo in his post, they lose 3 big players-- kalimutan na nila ang F4.

--If SSC-R decides to keep title hopes alive and lets go of Turo-- masama talaga ang magiging imahen ng SSC-R sa public.

--If SSC-R finds ways to keep everyone, I don't think anyone will believe there will be "peace" in that team to be a contender. Kung si Agustin na cabalen na ay sinuway ni Abueva, eto pang si Turo!

Kahit anong mangyari-- walang panalo ang SSC-R !

Lesson for college teams: Never take players whose loyalty are elsewhere and not for the school.

Regular Grey
03-04-2011, 03:54 PM
Tama!

tulf
03-05-2011, 05:49 PM
pag umalis yun mga pineda, si chavit naman daw!

LION
03-13-2011, 09:42 PM
Ian Sangalang to NU. Kahit di daw kapampangan si Eric Altamirano basta "with frills" ang basketball program ok na. ;D

Mang_Roger
03-21-2011, 09:01 AM
Batang bata pa naman si Abueva. Malayo pa mararating ng binatilyo na ito.

untamed
05-05-2011, 03:22 AM
[size=4][color=red][b][color=redl]Stags’ zone shuts down NU
by inboundpass


IT TOOK a little over two and a half quarters, but the San Sebastian College-Recoletos Stags eventually discovered the weakness of National University and tagged the erstwhile undefeated Bulldogs with their first loss of the 2011 FilOil Flying V Pre-Season Premier Cup, 81-74 last May 4 at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan City.
Switching to a 2-3 zone with three minutes left to play in the third quarter, the reigning tournament champions forced seven misses in nine NU possessions. On offense, Calvin Abueva and friends uncorked a 12-4 run to cut into a lead that was once as high as 12 to just a solitary point, 63-62 going into the last quarter.

“Napansin namin na drive and kick lang sila kaya nag-zona kami,” said San Sebastian coach Turo Velanzona after the game.

With 10 minutes left to play, the Stags stuck to the zone, and the decision paid huge dividends. Led by Abueva’s seven points, San Sebastian scored 13 unanswered, took the lead and watched the Bulldogs throw up missed triple after missed triple.

Ian Sangalang was a beast in the paint, with a 20-point, 10-rebound performance on 10-of-16 shooting, to go along with five blocks. Abueva tallied a double-double as well, 18 points and 14 rebounds, while Ronald Pascual added another 18 points.

It took 5:02 before NU finally scored in the fourth off a three-point play by Bobby Ray Parks, cutting the newly formed Stag lead to 75-66.

Sitting Abueva for the stretch run, the Stags got back-to-back baskets from big man Michael Miranda to go up 79-66. But NU came right back with a triple from Cedric Labing-isa and a lay-up from Parks in transition, to cut the lead to single digits, 79-71 with 2:12 left to play.

But after a timeout by San Sebastian and the reinsertion of Abueva, the Stags got four looks in a single possession, draining the clock down to less than a minute. A turnover by Stags combo guard Jonathan Semira was followed by a bad pass by Jul-Ashri Ignacio, which gave the ball back to San Sebastian with 42.9 seconds remaining. NU opted not to foul, however. A three-point play by Parks got the Bulldogs to within five, 79-74. With just 19 seconds remaining though, two foul shots by Semira proved to be the dagger.
“We went out of our system,” said an upset NU coach Eric Altamirano after the game. “We started playing the way they [San Sebastian] wanted us to.”
Parks led all scorers with 34 points, eight rebounds and three assists, while Glenn Khobuntin chipped in 11, all in the second quarter.

The zone defense forced the Bulldogs into a 27-of-71 performance from the field, good for 38 percent. The Stags, in contrast, were 31-of-70 for 44 percent. NU fell to 3-1 in Group A, while the NCAA Season 86 runners-up won for the second straight time after dropping their opening game to UST. W5

The scores:

San Sebastian 81 – Sangalang 20, Pascual 18, Abueva 18, Antipuesto 7, del Rio 6, Semira 4, Miranda 4, Ferrer 2, Vitug 2, Pagkatipunan 0

NU 74 – Parks 34, Khobuntin 11, Labing-isa 8, Betayene 6, Eman 4, Alolino 4, Ignacio 3, Villamor 2, Singh 2, Neypes 0, Celiz 0, Terso 0

Quarter scoring: 21-25, 37-47, 62-63, 81-74

untamed
05-12-2011, 08:39 AM
[shadow=red,left]San Sebastian tears up Ateneo’s win run
by inboundpass

CALVIN Abueva hit two big free throws with 9.8 seconds left to give his Stags the lead, and Kiefer Ravena missed a potential game-winning fadeaway for Ateneo de Manila University, allowing San Sebastian College-Recoletos to wipe away the “undefeated” tag from their opponent, 73-72 in the 2011 FilOil Flying V Pre-Season Premier Cup last May 11 at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan City.

The upset-minded Stags scored eight straight points in the last minute and thirty seconds, overcoming a lead that once stood as high as nine points.

Despite not being fielded in the entire first quarter, “The Beast” Abueva, was his usual monstrous self on both ends of the court, leading all scorers with 22 points while hauling down nine rebounds and blocking two shots. Ian Sangalang and Ronald Pascual combined for 22 points and 23 rebounds, with Sangalang swatting away three attempts.

Early shooting woes for the Eagles put them in a 21-11 hole after the game’s first minutes, but Ateneo’s second unit once again worked to turn the tables on their opponents. The reserves were led by Ravena, who accounted for nine markers in a 13-3 run at the start of the second period, including five points after an unsportsmanlike foul from Stags captain Anthony del Rio to knot the count at 24.

After a jumper by Greg Slaughter put the defending UAAP champions up by three, 33-30, the Stags responded with seven straight, 37-33. And it took a triple by Bacon Austria and two charities with 0.9 seconds remaining from Ravena to ensure the Eagles went into halftime on top, 38-37.

In the fourth quarter, Abueva scored on three straight field goals to put the Stags up, 61-58, but Ateneo responded with a 14-4 run, capped off with back-to-back triples by Oping Sumalinog and Emman Monfort, to build a 72-65 cushion. The Eagles though, missed their next five shots, allowing San Sebastian to come from behind and seize the win.

Despite a poor shooting performance that saw him go 4-of-15 from the field, Ravena led all Ateneo scorers with 15 points. He also finished with five rebounds, two assists and two steals. Kirk Long added 10 points and five dimes, while Nico Salva missed a double-double by a point, finishing with nine and 10 boards.

“Mahirap kalabanin ang isang team na well-organized,” said Stags coach Turo Valenzona after the game.
Through a quirk of the schedule, San Sebastian has played all the UAAP teams in Group A, emerging with a 3-1 record. Its sole loss came in double-overtime to the UST Growling Tigers last April 16, 104-102.

Despite the three-game win streak, Valenzona was still not happy, commenting, “Hindi pa kami team, bara-bara lang. Kanya-kanya lang…There’s still room for improvement. Pagkatapos ng [PBA] D-League, makakapractice kami na kumpleto,” referring to some of his players like Abueva, Pascual and Sangalang.

The defeat put Ateneo at 5-1 with one game to play in the elimination round. Despite the loss, the Blue Eagles are in a prime position to advance to the knockout quarterfinal round.

Reserve Ateneo center JP Erram was in civilian clothes and sat on the sideline due to a sprained ankle suffered in practice the previous day. Rookie Stag and former Staglet Gino Jumao-as missed his second straight game due to illness.

San Sebastian drew thrice as many trips to the foul line, 24-8, and held the Eagles to just 34 percent shooting.
The Stags went to a 2-3 zone in the latter part of the game. And though the Eagles made triples, finishing 9-of-24 from beyond the arc, San Sebastian stuck with it. The result was, despite Ateneo’s ball movement, a 19-of-59 performance by the blue shirts from inside the three-point line. W5

The scores:
San Sebastian 73 – Abueva 22, Sangalang 17, Pascual 15, Semira 8, Balucanag 8, Antipuesto 2, del Rio 1, J. dela Cruz 0, Ferrer 0, Miranda 0, Vitug 0, Maiquez 0

Ateneo 72 – Ravena 15, Long 10, Salva 9, Monfort 9, Austria 8, Sumalinog 8, Slaughter 6, Tiongson 5, Gonzaga 2, Chua 0, Golla 0

Quarter scoring: 21-11, 37-38, 55-57, 73-72

untamed
05-26-2011, 04:49 PM
[font=Verdana]Latest MVP Race In FilOil 2011: Calvin The Beast Abueva Beasting
by: ballerpilipinas



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Two weeks ago it was Bobby Ray Parks Jr. of the NU Bulldogs was on top of the 2011 FilOil Flying V Pre-season MVP race but now, the Beast of San Sebastian, Calvin Abueva is now leading the MVP race. With the help of Abueva, the San Sebastian Stags is sharing the top spot in the 2011 FilOil team standings with Ateneo in group A. Both teams have 5 wins and 1 loss. To prove the importance of Abueva for San Sebastian let's look at his stats. Abueva is currently averaging 20 points and 13.33 rebounds per game. He's a double-double player. That's why he's known as the Beast Of Baste.

Placing second in the MVP race is Bobby Ray Parks Jr. of NU. He is averaging 20.85 points per game and 7.29 rebounds per game. He has less rebounds than Abueva. He needs to grab more rebounds for him to regain the number one spot. Also, his team is currently struggling. They recently lost to De La Salle and they are going down in the team standings with 4 wins and 3 losses. I just hope that everything will fall into its proper place for NU. I just wanna say goodluck to Bobby Parks Jr.. I still look up to this player because his father is my idol when I was still young and I hope Bobby Jr. can surpass his father because if he makes it big in the world of basketball, Philippines will be synonymous with his name.

Placing third in the race is Pippo Noundou of the FEU Tamaraws. His team is still unbeaten with 7 wins and 0 losses. He is a big factor for FEU. He is averaging a solid 11.29 points per game and 9.43 rebounds per game. Considering that his team has a lot of scorers with the likes of Terence Romeo and RR Garcia, this guy, Noundou still have big numbers. He really knows how to score when his team needs it the most. For him, it's not about how much you score, it's about when you score that counts.

Placing fourth on the race is another San Sebastian Stag. This guy is the highlight reel of his team. While wearing his Adidas Adipure blue colorway, he is averaging 16.67 points and 7.33 rebounds per game. He usually gets his points through pull up jumpers and strong drives to the hoop. You can see this guy in the top plays. If he's not dunking, he's hanging in the air like Mike.

And finally, rounding off the top 5 player of the 2011 FilOil, we have Ian Sangalang. He's known as the prodigy of Kobe Bryant when Kobe was still in the Philippines. He personally chose this guy to be in his camp. He's a lefty but he is effective in the paint for San Sebastian. He can score in bunches using his 6'7 height. He is currently averaging 16.17 points and 9.67 rebounds per game.

As you can see, last week we had 3 players from the UAAP that's in the Top 5 of the MVP race. Now we have 3 players from the NCAA and they are all from San Sebastian. Wow! Looks like they are looking to get back at the NCAA teams who beat them last season. This is getting more interesting. Hopefully we can chronicle their journey back to the NCAA highlands.

BedanRoar
06-02-2011, 06:21 AM
Red Lions roar past San Sebastian
by inboundpass
Wednesday, 1 June 2011

MAR Villahermosa scored 14 of his game-high 24 points in the fourth quarter as San Beda College upended its archrival San Sebastian College-Recoletos, 97-81 in the 2011 FilOil Flying V Pre-Season Premier Cup at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan last June 1.

The testy encounter saw both teams score on huge runs, with the Red Lions ultimately coming out on top after beginning the final quarter with a 10-2 blast that put them up 79-63. “That’s expected,” said Red Lions head coach Frankie Lim, referring to San Sebastian’s comeback attempts. “Hindi naman mahina ang Baste.”
Villahermosa was a scorching 9-of-11 from the field, including 5-of-6 from downtown. Dave Marcelo added 12 points, nine rebounds and three blocks, while Jake Pascual and Rome dela Rosa scored 10 each.

San Beda continued to hold out Sudan Daniel for fear of injury, while the Stags sat out Calvin Abueva and Ian Sangalang.

Despite playing without two of their best players, the reigning FilOil Flying V Pre-Season tournament champs were down just two, 24-22, after the first quarter. By the end of the second, though, San Beda had gone on a mighty 19-2 run to close out the half. With a 54-37 deficit staring at them, and limited scoring options, the Stags looked seemingly out of this one.

A 5-0 blast by the Red Lions grew the lead to 59-37 to start the third quarter, but San Sebastian refused to bow out, outscoring San Beda 24-15, behind shots by Jonathan Semira and Anthony del Rio, to make it 69-61 with ten minutes left to play.
The Stags couldn’t build off their successful third quarter though, as Semira was ejected for throwing the ball at the face of Jake Pascual at the 8:27 mark, leading to a tense moment as a jawing Pascual had to be pulled away towards the San Beda bench. With just del Rio and Ronald Pascual left to carry the Stags, the Lions ran rampant, with the fourth quarter lead ballooning to as much as 20, 97-77. “It’s [San Sebastian's physicality] no surprise, but we’re not going to back down. They want to play physical, we can play physical,” added Lim.
Pascual led the Stags with 23 markers, though he shot just 8-of-26 from the field. He also contributed five boards and six dimes. Del Rio added 21, while Semira fired 11 before his ejection.

The Stags finished the elimination round at 5-2, its only other blemish coming against the UST Growling Tigers in triple overtime, last April 16.
San Beda’s 4-2 record gives them a shot at muddying the standings of Group A. A win on June 4 versus the UST Growling Tigers could force a three-way tie with San Sebastian, and possibly Ateneo, if it loses to nemesis De La Salle. A loss would drop them to 4-3, where a fourway tie with UST, NU, and DLSU is also not inconceivable.

When asked how the Red Lions will approach the Growling Tigers, Lim said, “They go for a freewheeling style, so we have to play great man-to-man defense.” W5
The scores:

San Beda 97 – Villahermosa 24, Marcelo 12, J. Pascual 10, dela Rosa 10, Amer 9, Lanete 8, Lim 8, Adeogun 7, Caram 4, A. Semerad 3, K. Pascual 2, D. Semerad 0, Pontejos 0

San Sebastian 81 – Pascual 23, del Rio 21, Semira 11, Balucanag 5, J. dela Cruz 6, Maiquez 3, Miranda 3, Antipuesto 3, Ferrer 3, Pagkatipunan 2, Magno 0, Gatchalian 0, Vitug 0
Quarter scoring: 24-22, 54-37, 69-61, 97-81

Joescoundrel
11-03-2011, 09:32 AM
From Inquirer Sports - - -

Ronald Pascual, Ian Sangalang miss cut to Jakarta

San Sebastian hotshots Ronald Pascual and Ian Sangalang will miss the country’s championship bid in the Southeast Asian Games.

Pascual, a 6-foot-2 wingman, and the 6-foot-6 Sangalang were recently cut from Sinag Pilipinas, a squad of collegiate stars heavily favored to again capture the men’s basketball gold medal in the Indonesia biennial games set Nov. 11-22.

From 22 aspirants, Sinag coach Norman Black has trimmed the roster to 17 and will decide on the final 12 on the eve of the tournament to be held in Jakarta.

A team official who refused to be identified said Sangalang, a former Under-16 standout, and the hot-shooting Pascual have not showed up at Sinag practices since the NCAA Finals where the San Beda Red Lions swept the Stags.

Smart Gilas skipper Chris Tiu and slotman Greg Slaughter are expected to lead the PH squad. The other strong contenders for slots are top collegiate players Bobby Ray Parks, Kieffer Ravena, RR Garcia, Jeric Fortuna, Jeric Teng, Garvo Lanete, Dave Marcelo, Nico Salva, Eman Monfort and Jake Pascual.

Filipino-foreign players JR Buensuceso, Kieth Jansen, Clifford Hodge, Chris Ellis and Chris Mewsome are also bidding to make it to Indonesia.

Sinag Pilipinas, set to leave for the SEA Games on November 12, will play Cobra Energy Drink, a campaigner in the PBA D-League, on Saturday and San Miguel Beer of the Asian Basketball League the following day.

The Nationals dropped their first tuneup game against the Beermen and played to a tie with Cebuana Lhuillier early this week.

Black announced Tuesday that naturalized center Marcus Douthit will not join the team in its title defense in the SEA Games.

The Ateneo Blue Eagles head coach said the 6-foot-11 Douthit is now playing in the Chinese league.

Sam Miguel
11-15-2011, 09:27 AM
2011 Fr Martin Cup Open opening weekend schedules already posted in the new Fr Martin Cup Open thread, please visit the Fr Martin Cup Forum for details

Joescoundrel
11-25-2011, 09:34 AM
From the PCCL Media Center c/o Philstar - - -

Stags outlast Falcons, duel Knights next

San Sebastian got stretched to the limit by Adamson but got the huge lift from its “Big 3” as the Stags edged the Falcons in overtime, 85-83, to move closer to a Final Four slot in the Philippine Collegiate Champions League at FilOil Flying V Arena yesterday.

Given relief from their duties with NLEX in the PBA D-League, Ronald Pascual (29 points, 16 rebounds), Calvin Abueva (24 points, 22 rebounds) and Ian Sangalang (18 points, 13 rebounds) delivered the goods as SSCR advanced to the next phase of the Sweet 16 stepladder playoffs.

The Stags will face the Letran Knights in a knockout match for the second and last Final Four berth in the Luzon-Metro Manila bracket Wednesday at the Ormoc Astrodome in Ormoc City.

Mark Cruz and Raymond Almazan filled up for the absence of team leader Kevin Alas as Letran thumped Far Eastern, 73-64.

Cruz erupted for 25 points to go with two rebounds and four assists while Almazan made 14 markers, 16 rebounds and six blocks as the two combined in a 10-0 windup that settled the issue for the Knights.

Letran played without Alas, who is currently in the US to train with American Basketball Assiciation (ABA) team Los Angeles Slam.

After failing to finish off the tired but stubborn Falcons despite a six-point lead in the last 16.2 seconds of regulation, the trio went to work at the start of extension, conspiring in a 9-2 blast that pushed the Stags ahead, 83-76, 2:23 left.

The ever resilient Falcons threatened to within 80-83 on a putback by Rodney Brondial and a fastbreak play of Jeric Canada with still 31.3 seconds before Pascual gave them more breathing room, 85-80, on freebies off Roider Cabrera’s preemptive foul, 11.9 ticks left.

“We only prepared for one day and only had a complete roster to practice yesterday (Wednesday) so we were sluggish in the first half,” said SSC coach Topex Robinson, whose wards fell behind by 11-26 early in the second canto.

“I told them in the second half to focus on making defensive stops and let our defense feed our offense,” he added.

Pascual, who just recovered from intestinal flu, banged in four triples, including two in the third as SSC wrested the lead, 56-55.

The Stags took hold of the upperhand until 16.2 ticks mark of the fourth, when Abueva drove in for a 74-68 tear.

As if not playing a second outing over at the D-League immediately after this match, Adamson unleashed its long bombs, courtesy of Canada (7.5 seconds) and Cabrera (2.2), to send the game into OT.

SSC could have won it outright but Sangalang’s alleyhoop off Abueva pass rimmed out as time expired.

Canada unloaded 21 points, including five of the team’s 13 triples, to pace AdU, which rushed to the Trinity Gym to play as Freego Jeans in the D-League.

Sam Miguel
01-02-2012, 11:17 AM
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Sam Miguel
06-18-2013, 09:33 AM
Robinson expects Sangalang to be a high pick in PBA Draft

2:17 pm | Monday, June 17th, 2013

MANILA, Philippines – As talks to bring Ian Sangalang back to San Sebastian broke down, Stags head coach Topex Robinson knew it won’t be the last time he and his former player will share the basketball court.

“I guaranteed him that I’ll see him in the PBA,” said Robinson, who also serves as an assistant coach with the newly minted PBA champions Alaska Aces.

The six-foot-six Sangalang was a force in the NCAA. He was part of the team’s “Big Three” along with Calvin Abueva and Ronald Pascual that led the Stags to a championship in three Finals’ appearances.

Sangalang, 22, also imposed his will against stronger competition in the PBA D-League that also earned him an MVP. And Robinson has no doubt that Sangalang, a dependable low-post scorer with an improving mid-range game, will be a hot commodity in the big league.

“Of course [he will be a high pick in the draft]. I wouldn’t be surprised if he lands in the top five in the PBA Draft. He’s an MVP. He’s a proven fighter. Even in the D-League he posted impressive numbers.”

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