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  1. SBC Beats NU, 90-75

    Unbeaten San Beda College roared to a 90-75 victory over National University in their knockout quarterfinal match Saturday afternoon in the 2nd PSSBC high school basketball competitions held at the CKSC gym. With the win, their sixth in a row overall, the Red Cubs arranged a semifinal showdown with Mapua Tech. In the other semifinal pairing, defending champion Hope Christian HS will face San Sebastian College-Recoletos.
  2. 2nd PSSBC Quarterfinal Results

    nd pssbc quarterfinal results - SSC-R 84 vs Jose Rizal University 69. Mapua Tech 83 vs Ateneo 71. Hope Christian HS 89 vs Xavier School 73. Later in the day, unbeaten San Beda vs National University. In the semifinals, hope wil meet san sebastian
  3. Tiong Lian Suspends Play

    In a Tiong Lian Board meeting last night, it was decided that the league will suspend play next season. The decision came about after Xavier School and Grace Christian College, whose representatives attended the board meeting, simply informed host Hope Christian HS that they will sit out the 2014 season. Xavier and Grace actually did not file a leave from the league. Legal impediments apparently played a role in the decision to just suspend play in January next year. A leave or withdrawal by Xavier and Grace would have resulted in the dissolution of the league, which probably what the Board would like to avoid.

    Mammoth center Isaac Go collected 18 points, 15 rebounds and four assists to lead Xavier School to a stunning 84-63 victory over Tiong Lian arch rival Chiang Kai Shek College Wednesday afternoon in the 2nd Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball Championship (PSSBC) held at SGS Gym in Quezon City.

    In addition to the 6-7 Go, four other Golden Stallions scored in double figures – Jarrell Lim (16), Tyler Tio (14), Korean Chang Gi Hong (12 and 13 rebounds) and Anton Lapez (10).

    Xavier School never trailed during the 40-minute contest, quickly establishing a 10-point lead (12-2) in the early minutes of the first quarter and thereafter enjoying a double-digit advantage the rest of the way, including a high of 25 (80-55) with 2.5 minutes left in the mismatch.

    The Golden Stallions picked their second win in four assignments in Group A to clinch a quarterfinal berth as the No. 3 seed from Group A. And following Mapua Tech’s 82-64 defeat of UAAP champion National University later in the night, Chiang Kai Shek College was booted out of the final eight.

    Following a tie-breaker among Mapua Tech, NU and Xavier, the Red Robins emerged No. 2 in Group A with the highest quotient system (plus 27), Xavier ranked third (minus 10) and NU (minus 27) slipped to fourth. San Sebastian College-Recoletos topped the group with a 3-1 mark.

    In Group B, NCAA titlist remained the only unbeaten team in the tournament after blasting Ateneo de Manila University, 98-52, for a 5-0 record in Group B. Reigning Tiong Lian champion Hope Christian High School placed second at 4-1, the Blue Eaglets ranked third and Jose Rizal University captured the fourth and final quarterfinal berth in the group with a 78-64 victory over De La Salle-Zobel.

    In the quarterfinals to be played on Saturday, November 30, at the CKSC Gym, it will be San Sebastian College vs. Jose Rizal University, Mapua Tech vs. Ateneo, Xavier School vs. Hope Christian HS (a rematch of the 2013 Tiong Lian finals) and San Beda College vs. National University (a battle between this year’s NCAA and UAAP champions).



    *San Sebastian College Recoletos (3-1)
    *Mapua Institute of Technology (2-2)
    *Xavier School (2-2)
    *National University (2-2)
    Chiang Kai Shek College (1-3)

    MIT (plus 27), XS (minus 10) and NU (minus 17) to break a three-way tie


    San Beda College (5-0)
    Hope Christian High School (4-1)
    Ateneo de Manila University (3-2)
    Jose Rizal University (2-3)
    De La Salle-Zobel (1-4)
    St. Stephen’s High School (0-5)

    Date: November 30
    Venue: CKSC Gym

    9:00 am SSC-R (A1) vs. JRU (B4) (Game 1)
    10:30 am MIT (A2) vs. ADMU (B3) (Game 2)
    12:00 nn XS (A3) vs. HCHS (B2) (Game 3)
    1:30 pm NU (A4) vs. SBC (B1) (Game 4)


    Saturday, November 16, 2013
    SSC-R 59 vs. CKSC 54
    ADMU 88 vs. SSHS 58
    HCHS 78 vs. JRU 63
    NU 82 vs. XS 81 OT

    Sunday, November 17, 2013
    ADMU 72 vs. JRU 71
    CKSC 83 vs. MIT 80
    SSC-R 80 vs. NU 75
    HCHS 80 vs. DLSZ 74
    SBC 91 vs. SSHS 65

    Thursday, November 21, 2013
    XS 83 vs. SSC-R 81 2 OT
    SBC 20 vs. DLSZ 0 (default)
    NU 87 vs. CKSC 80

    Saturday, November 23, 2013
    MIT 79 vs. XS 70
    SBC 88 vs. JRU 73
    DLSZ 81 vs. SSHS 61
    HCHS 58 vs. ADMU 57

    Sunday, November 24, 2013
    SSC-R 69 vs. MIT 68
    JRU 75 vs. SSHS 43
    ADMU 82 vs. DLSZ 78
    SBC 77 vs. HCHS 70

    Wednesday, November 27, 2013
    XS 84 vs. CKSC 63
    SBC 98 vs. ADMU 52
    JRU 78 vs. DLSZ 64
    MIT 82 vs. NU 64

    Saturday, November 30, 2013 (quarterfinals)
    9:00 am SSC-R (A1) vs. JRU (B4) (Game 1)
    10:30 am MIT (A2) vs. ADMU (B3) (Game 2)
    12:00 nn XS (A3) vs. HCHS (B2) (Game 3)
    1:30 pm NU (A4) vs. ...

    In a battle of unbeaten teams, Uno High School hung tough at crunchtime to register a 59-51 victory over St. Jude Catholic School to assume the leadership in the 1st Philippine Ching Yuen Athletic Association (PCYAA) high school basketball competitions.

    With the win in the one-month tournament sponsored by Boysen Paints, Valentino Watches and Clocks, Sony Xperia , Duralite Sandals and Nougat Peanut Bar, the Uneans moved up to a league-leading 5-0 while the Judenites slipped to 4-1.

    Uno never trailed throughout the game, taking the half by 10 points, 24-14. Early in the fourth period, the Uneans still enjoyed a 51-38 advantage on a third triple by Clinton Choa. St. Jude Catholic School, however, came roaring back with a 10-0 run, built around a pair of triples by Renzel Yongco and two fielders by Francis Go, to trail by just three points, 51-48.

    Uno was able to weather the storm, even if it went blank in its field attempts in the final five minutes, making a living from the foul line by scoring its final eight markers from that area and limiting the Judenites to a measly three markers, all from Yongco.

    Kyle Tan topscored for Uno with 17 points for Uno. Choa contributed 16 and Charles Chong added 13 for the winners.

    Yongco wound up with a game-high 24 scores and Go totaled 11 for SJCS.

    Juniors Division
    Uno High School (5-0), St. Jude Catholic School (4-1), St. Peter the Apostle Church (2-2), Philippine Cultural College (1-3), Grace Christian College (1-3) and MGC-New Life Christian Academy (0-4)

    Developmental Division
    MGC-New Life Christian Academy (4-0), Grace Christian College (3-1), St. Jude Catholic School (2-2), Philippine Cultural College (1-3) and Uno High School (0-4)

    GAME RESULT (November 27)
    Uno High School 59 vs. St. Jude Catholic School 51 (Juniors Division)
    St. Jude Catholic School 37 vs. Philippine Cultural College 33 (Developmental Division)

    Juniors Division

    November 30 (Sat)
    St. Peter the Apostle Church vs. MGC-New Life Christian Academy (10:30 a.m.)
    Grace Christian College vs. Philippine Cultural College (1:00 p.m.)

    December 1 (Sun)
    Philippine Cultural College vs. Grace Christian College (19:30 a.m.)
    MGC-New Life Christian Academy vs. St. Peter the Apostle Church (1:00 p.m.)
    St. Jude Catholic School vs. Uno High School (2:30 p.m.)

    Developmental Division

    November 30 (Sat)
    St. Jude Catholic School vs. Philippine Cultural College (8:30 a.m.)
    MGC-New Life Christian Academy vs. Grace Christian College (9:30 a.m.)

    December 1 (Sun)
    Uno High School vs. MGC-New Life Christian Academy (8:30 a.m.)
    Grace Christian College vs. St. Jude Catholic School (9:30 a.m.)
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