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  1. 2nd PCYAA Aspirants Division Leading Scorers

    Only three players from the PCYAA Aspirants Division (age 13 and below) have scored in double figures in each of their team’s games through the elimination round.

    They are Jubilee Christian Academy’s Kyle Nathan Barraza (31-27-40-22-17-19-26), Makati Gospel Church-New Life Christian Academy’s Ike Jordan Lim (20-28-24-27-11-28-25) and Philippine Cultural College’s Michael Manansala (15-17-14-14-16-13-20).

    Barraza is currently the tournament’s leading point-producer with a 26-point average. He also owns the highest single-game individual score in the entire competitions – 40 points in JCA’s 73-53 rout of Uno High School last January 18. Saint Jude Catholic School’s Renzel Yongco holds the record in the Juniors Division (Boys High School) with 37 points in the Judenites’ 95-58 whipping of Uno High School last January 20.

    ASPIRANTS DIVISION TOP SCORERS
    1-Kyle Nathan Barraza (Jubilee Christian Academy), 7 games, 182 points, 26.0 ppg
    2-Ike JordanLim (Makati Gospel Church-NLCA), 7 games, 163 points, 23.3 ppg
    3-Marcus Nathan Lu (Grace Christian College), 7 games, 132 points, 18.9 ppg
    4-Michael Manansala (Philippine Cultural College), 7 games, 109 points, 15.6 ppg
    5-Jeff Lugay (Pace Acdemy), 7 games, 98 points, 14.0 ppg

    6-Warren Spencer Tan (Uno High School), 7 games, 93 points, 13.3 ppg
    7-Kiefe Chu (Saint Jude Catholic School), 7 games, 86 points, 12.3 ppg
    8-Dean Ong (Pace Academy), 6 games, 67 points, 11.2 ppg
    9-Mallechi Lim (Saint Jude Catholic School), 7 games, 77 points, 11.0 ppg
    10-Janaro Bautista (Jubilee Christian Academy), 7 games, 77 points, 11.0 ppg

    11-Shane Tan (Makati Gospel Church-NLCA), 6 games, 61 points, 10.2 ppg
    12-Angelo Ganipan (Grace Christian College), 7 games, 67 points, 9.6 ppg
    13-Josiah Filipino (Saint Jude Catholic School), 7 games, 63 points, 9.0 ppg
    14-Mark John Que (Saint Peter the Apostle School), 6 games, 54 points, 9.0 ppg
    15-Jherome Siy (Saint Peter the Apostle School), 7 games, 61 points, 8.7 ppg
    16-Michael Claver (Grace Christian College), 6 games, 50 points, 8.3 ppg
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  2. 2nd PCYAA Top Juniors Division Scorers

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    JUNIORS DIVISION TOP SCORERS (through February 9)

    1-Kenric Aldrich Kok (Uno High School), 8 games, 188 points, 23.5 ppg
    2-Renzel Symon Yongco (Saint Jude Catholic School), 6 games, 138 points, 23.0 ppg
    3-Kyle Christian Tan (Uno High School), 8 games, 180 points, 22.5 ppg
    4-Pol Antiporda (Pace Academy), 7 games, 128 points, 18.3 ppg
    5-Paolo Ismael Lim (Jubilee Christian Academy), 7 games, 119 points, 17.0 ppg

    6-John Miko Cheng (Jubilee Christian Academy), 8 games, 121 points, 15.1 ppg
    7-Carl Gavin Ong (Makati Gospel Church-NLCA), 8 games, 115 points, 14.4 ppg
    8-Lester Jansen Cai (Philippine Cultural College), 8 games, 113 points, 14.1 ppg
    9-Byron Leander Tan (Saint Peter the Apostle School), 7 games, 97 points, 13.9 ppg
    10-Tyrone Tan (Pace Academy), 8 games, 105 points, 13.1 ppg

    11-John Patrick Lim (Grace Christian College), 8 games, 104 points, 13.0 ppg
    12-Aaron James Uy (Makati Gospel Church-NLCA), 8 games, 101 points, 12.6 ppg
    13-Lanz Kendrick Tan (Jubilee Christian Academy), 8 games, 100 points, 12.5 ppg
    14-Jacob Rayven Siy (Saint Peter the Apostle School), 8 games, 97 points, 12.1 ppg
    15-John Jeffrey Ouyang (Saint Peter the Apostle School), 8 games, 81 points, 10.1 ppg

    16-Sean Bradley Tan (Makati Gospel Church-NLCA), 8 games, 80 points, 10.0 ppg
    17-Earl Vincent See (Saint Jude Catholic School), 8 games, 73 points, 9.1 ppg
    18-Justin Cua (Grace Christian College), 8 games, 71 points, 8.9 ppg
    19-Maynard Nielsen Yap (Saint Jude Catholic School), 8 games, 69 points, 8.6 ppg
    20-Daniel Edwin Pua (Saint Jude catholic School), 8 games, 65 points, 8.1 ppg

    21-Kimson Chen (Philippine Cultural College), 8 games, 62 points, 7.8 ppg
    22-Jharles Jaideeson Uy (Philippine Cultural College), 8 games, 61 points, 7.6 ppg
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  3. 2nd PCYAA Juniors Division: CULTURAL IN FINAL FOUR, MGC-NLCA FORCES RUBBER MATCH

    Game on Tuesday (February 10) – 5:30 p.m. – Uno High School vs. Makati Gospel Church-New Life Christian Academy (rubber match)

    SEMIFINAL PLAYOFFS

    Games on Thursday (February 12) – 5:30 p.m. – Saint Jude Catholic School vs. Uno-MGC-NLCA winner and 7:00 p.m. – Jubilee Christian Academy vs. Philippine Cultural College

    Games on Saturday (February 14) – rubber matches (if necessary) involving the February 12 games, 5:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

    History repeats itself … with a different result.

    After engaging in the only overtime game in the elimination round of the Juniors Division competitions in the 2nd Philippine Ching Yuen Athletic Association basketball tournament last January 31, defending champion Uno High School and upset-conscious Makati Gospel Church-New Life Christian Academy again played to a five-minute extension Sunday night (February in their quarterfinal matchup although the result this time was far different.

    Unlike the previous contest, where the host Uneans won, 68-63, fifth-seeded MGC-NLCA bucked a last-ditch comeback by its first-round tormentors in regulation to lead throughout extra time and prevail 71-70, over their No. 4-seeded foes.

    MGC-NLCA’s spine-tingling victory forced a rubber match between the two schools for the fourth and last semifinal berth on Tuesday, February 10 (5:30 p.m.).

    In the opener of a twinbill thriller on Sunday, gusty, No. 6-seeded Saint Peter the Apostle School fought favored No. 3-seeded Philippine Cultural College tooth and nail throughout before succumbing to immense pressure in the endgame and allowing the Seagulls to squeeze past it with a 43-41 decision.

    Uno led by as much as eight points, 12-4, in the early goings as Jozshua Healy strung together five points (including a triple). It was up by eight on two other occasions, 18-10 on a Kyle Christian Tan trey off an assist by Kenric Kok and 20-12 on a Kyle Tan drive with 5:05 left in the second quarter. A 6-0 run by MGC on a twinner by energetic Carl Ong and free throws by Sean Tan (two), Aaron Uy and Daniel Lim sliced its deficit to 20-18.

    However, Hans Sy knocked in back-to-back three-balls and Kok connected on a drive as Uno enjoyed a double-digit lead, 28-18, with 1:27 left in the half.

    Halftime score was 28-25 in Uno’s favor as MGC-NLCA’s John Gatchalian scored on an unmolested twinner with 2.8 ticks remaining.

    Kyle Tan opened the third quarter with three consecutive three-pointers from the left wing, doing it without a miss, and a pair of free throws to propel the Uneans to a 39-26 edge at the 7:00 mark.

    However, the Unean well went dry for 4.5 minutes to allow MGC-NLCA to creep back with a 14-0 bomb from Lim (four points), Tan (four) and Uy, whose fielder gave his team its first taste of the lead since early in the first quarter, 40-39.

    Warren Tan’s short jumper regained the lead for Uno, 41-40. Down 42-40, Aaron Uy punched in consecutive triples in the final minute of the third period for a 46-42 MGC-NLCA edge after three quarters.

    MGC-NLCA produced its largest advantage at 48-42 on another twinner by Aaron Uy to open the final canto. It was still ahead by five, 50-45, when Kok struck for six markers as part of a 9-0 run to put Uno back on the driver’s seat, 54-50, time down to 5:22.

    Kyle Tan made a banking three as Uno grabbed a 57-52 advantage with 3:21 left. But MGC-NLCA, sensing its season might be over, engineered a 10-0 run on baskets by Uy, Sean Tan (two fielders), Gatchalian and aOng to take a 62-57 lead with 27 ticks left.

    A Kok drive and three free throws by Kyle Tan, including a pair of crucial hits with 2.3 seconds remaining, sent the game into overtime. Ahead by 62-60, lanky Cedric Go could have sealed the victory for MGC-NLCA in regulation but he went 0-for-2 from the foul line with 8.3 seconds left to allow Uno to equalize.

    In OT, MGC-NLCA never trailed throughout. Kyle Tan fouled out with 2:54 left and MGC-NLCA took a 67-62. Kok converted a triple and Uno came within 67-65. Uno center Jesse Chong went 2-for-2 from the charity stripes and the deficit was down to one, 69-68, time down to 50 ticks.

    But Cedric Go got away scot-free under the basket for a 71-68 MGC-NLCA lead at the 0:34.2 mark. Kok misfired on a three-pointer and following a jumpball between Marc Cheng and Aaron Uy, Chong connected inside with 12 seconds remaining as Uno was again down by just one, 71-70.

    Cedric Go was fouled with 10 seconds remaining but he again went 0-for-2 from the foul line. Uno got the rebound in the ensuing play but Kok turned the rock over with 3.9 seconds left and all was lost for Uno.

    MGC-NLCA got 16 points each from Sean Tan (plus eight rebounds) and Aaron Uy (plus nine boards), ...
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  4. 2nd PCYAA Juniors: Saint Jude, Jubilee Advance to Semis

    Juniors Division Team Standings (End of Elimination Round) – Saint Jude Catholic School (7-0), Jubilee Christian Academy (5-2), Philippine Cultural College (5-2), Uno High School (4-3), Makati Gospel Church-New Life Christian Academy (4-3), Saint Peter the Apostle School (2-5), Grace Christian College (1-6) and Pace Academy (0-7)

    QUARTERFINAL PLAYOFFS
    Games on Sunday (February - 5:30 p.m. - Philippine Cultural College vs. Saint Peter the Apostle School and 7:00 p.m. - Uno High School vs. Makati Gospel Church-New Life Christian Academy

    Games on Tuesday (February 10) – rubber matches (if necessary), 5:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

    SEMIFINAL PLAYOFFS
    Games on Thursday (February 12) – 5:30 p.m. – Saint Jude Catholic School vs. Uno-MGC-NLCA winner and 7:00 p.m. – Jubilee Christian Academy vs. Philippine Cultural College-Saint Peter the Apostle School winner

    Games on Saturday (February 14) – rubber matches (f necessary), 5:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

    Top seeds Saint Jude Catholic School and Jubilee Christian Academy made short work of their rivals Saturday night (February 7) to advance to the Juniors Division semifinals of the 2nd Philippine Ching Yuen Athletic Association basketball competitions at the Uno High School Gym in Tondo, Manila.

    No. 1 seed SJCS whipped No. 8 seed and winless Pace Academy, 107-32, and No. 2 seed Jubilee crushed No. 7 seed Grace Christian College, 76-63, in their quarterfinal series.

    The Judenites’ scoring leader Renzel Yongco was sidelined by fever but all 14 men fielded in by coach Luis Nolasco made it to the scoring column, including five in double digits – Maynard Yap, 16 points and seven steals; Daniel Pua, 15 points (all in the first three quarters) and eight boards; Earl See, 12 points (all in the first three quarters); Christian Carlos, 12 points (including a couple of threes in the third canto); and Calvin Uy, 10 points (including two triples in the payoff period).

    Saint Jude, which picked up its eight consecutive victory without a single loss, jumped to 31-0 lead – Pace did not score until 53.2 seconds were left in the first quarter on a free throw by Kelly Lihao – and was ahead, 33-1, at the end of the opening period, which was enough to defeat the Pacers right then and there.

    The Judenites were up, 62-10, at the half, and 87-21, after three quarters. Following a triple, Uy again made a basket to propel the team to the century mark, 100-28, with 3:33 remaining.

    Only four players scored for Pace Academy, which dropped all its eight assignments in the tournament. They are Tyrone Tan, 14 points; Matthew Mendoza, 12 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks; Brandon Ong, five points; and Lihao, 1. Pol Antiporda, the Pacers’ No. 1 scorer with an 18.3-point clip, did not show up for the game.

    Jubilee Christian Academy was in control for most of the game except for a brief period in the second period when Grace Christian College led, 27-24, after opening the second canto with 11 consecutive points.

    JCA, which recorded its sixth win in eight outings, quickly recovered on the shooting on John Miko Cheng, Lance Tan and Paolo Lim to outscore Pace, 18-3, to take a 42-30 advantage at lemontime.

    JCA was ahead, 62-43, entering the payoff period and was never seriously threatened. Grace came no closer than nine points, 72-63, with 50.7 seconds left. Cheng extinguished GCC’s comeback with a basket off a Lim assist, 74-63.

    Lance Tan led JCA with 20 points (all in the first three quarters) and 13 rebounds. He was ably supported by Lim, who tallied 17 points, and Cheng, who totaled 15.

    Grace Christian College, which finished with a 1-7 ledger, got 14 points (all in the first three quarters) and six rebounds from John Ing, 12 points from Justin Cua, and three triples and 11 markers (all in the first half) from Kyle Tiu. John Patrick Lim, who was averaging a team-best 14.9 ppg for GCC, was held scoreless in limited minutes.

    Saint Jude Catholic School and Jubilee Christian Academy will also enjoy a twice-to-beat advantage over their respective opponents in the semifinals slated for Thursday, February 12.

    The two other quarterfinal series featuring No. 3 seed Philippine Cultural College vs. No. 6 seed Saint Peter the Apostle School and No. 4 seed and defending Juniors titlist Uno High School vs. No. 5 seed Makati Gospel Church-New Life Christian Academy will be played on Sunday, February 8.

    If one or two of the lower-seeded teams triumph, rubber matches will be held on Tuesday, February 10.

    In the semifinals, Saint Jude Catholic School will take on the Uno-MGC winner and Jubilee Christian Academy will meet the Philippine Cultural College-Saint Peter the Apostle School survivor.
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  5. PCYAA Juniors Division Top Scorers

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    JUNIORS DIVISION TOP SCORERS (through end of elimination round)

    1-Kenric Aldrich (Uno High School), 7 games, 171 points, 24.4 ppg
    2-Renzel Symon Yongco (Saint Jude Catholic School), 6 games, 138 points, 23.0 ppg
    3-Kyle Christian Tan (Uno High School), 7 games, 150 points, 21.4 ppg
    4-Pol Antiporda (Pace Academy), 7 games, 128 points, 18.3 ppg,
    5-Paolo Ismael Lim (Jubilee Christian Academy), 6 games, 102 points, 17.0 ppg

    6-John Miko Cheng (Jubilee Christian Academy), 7 games, 106 points, 15.1 ppg
    7-John Patrick Lim (Grace Christian College), 7 games, 104 points, 14.9 ppg
    8-Lester Jansen Cai (Philippine Cultural College), 7 games, 101 points, 14.4 ppg
    9-Carl Gavin Ong (Makati Gospel Church-NLCA), 7 games, 100 points, 14.3 ppg
    10-Jacob Rayven Siy (Saint Peter the Apostle School), 7 games, 97 points, 13.9 ppg

    11-Byron Leander Tan (Saint Peter the Apostle School), 6 games, 81 points, 13.5 ppg
    12-Tyrone Tan (Pace Academy), 7 games, 91 points, 13.0 ppg
    13-Aaron James Uy (Makati Gospel Church-NLCA), 7 games, 85 points, 12.1 ppg
    14-Lance Tan (Jubilee Christian Academy), 7 games, 80 points, 11.4 ppg
    15-John Jeffrey Ouyang (Saint Peter the Apostle School), 7 games, 70 points, 10.0 ppg

    16-Sean Bradley Tan (Makati Gospel Church-NLCA), 7 games, 64 points, 9.1 ppg
    17-Earl Vincent See (Saint Jude Catholic School), 7 games, 61 points, 8.7 ppg
    18-Kimson Chen (Philippine Cultural College), 7 games, 56 points, 8.0 ppg
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