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  1. 2014 MASA BASKETBALL – FINAL SCORING STATISTICS

    1-Bryan Navarro, NRYS, 7 games, 164 points, 23.4 ppg
    2- Jonas Raphael Tibayan, CKSC, 3 games, 59 points, 19.7 ppg
    3-Jollo Go, HCHS, 6 games, 115 points, 19.2 ppg
    4-Renzel Yongco, SJCS, 7 games, 119 points, 17.0 ppg
    5-Bryant Terrado, SSHS, 9 games, 139 points, 15.4 ppg

    6-Bryan So, PHS, 5 games, 64 points, 12.8 ppg
    7-Franz Yap, SSHS, 9 games, 112 points, 12.4 ppg
    8-Earl See, SJCS, 7 games, 86 points, 12.3 ppg
    9- Luigi Laroco, SSHS, 9 games, 110 points, 12.2 ppg
    10-Jerome Fuentes, NRYS, 7 games, 85 points, 12.1 ppg

    11-John Mark Santos, PCC, 5 games, 59 points, 11.8 ppg
    12-Jherico Cagomoc, NYRS, 7 games, 81 points, 11.6 ppg
    13-Joshua Ramirez, CKSC, 6 games, 63 points, 10.5 ppg
    14- Richmond Legaspi, SSHS, 6 games, 63 points, 10.5 ppg
    15-Phillip Jason Midel, PHS, 7 games, 72 points, 10.3 ppg

    16-Pranz Chan, PA Sakya, 5 games, 51 points, 10.2 ppg
    17-John Wilbert Midel, PHS, 7 games, 71 points, 10.14 ppg
    18-Maynard Yap, SJCS, 9 games, 91 points, 10.11 ppg
    19-Daniel Pua, SJCS, 7 games, 69 points, 9.9 ppg
    20-Ian Kristoffer Pasion, PAS, 6 games, 59 points, 9.83 ppg

    21-Gershom Montes, CKSC, 9 games, 88 points, 9.77 ppg
    22-Eric Anthony Guiao, CKSC, 4 games, 39 points, 9.75 ppg
    23-Angelo Tan, PCC, 7 games, 66 points, 9.4 ppg
    24-Jeffrey Weng, SSHS, 8 games, 73 points, 9.1 ppg
    25-Antonio Miguel Yang, HCHS, 8 games, 71 points, 8.87 ppg

    26-Allan Paul Bautista, NRYS, 7 games, 62 points, 8.85 ppg
    27-Alec Johnson Billan, SJCS, 8 games, 67 points, 8.4 ppg
    28-Charles Yap, PHS, 6 games, 49 points, 8.2 ppg
    29-Kris Harvey Pagsanjan, HCHS, 8 games, 65 points, 8.1 ppg
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  2. CKSC EDGES SJCS, CAPTURES MASA COWN

    Guest team Chiang Kai Shek College completed a perfect 9-0 season with a hard-earned 57-55 victory over host Saint Jude Catholic School Saturday afternoon (November 29) at the Philippine Cultural College Gym to annex the high school basketball title in the 17th Metropolitan Amateur Sports Association (MASA) competitions.
    Saint Jude Catholic School, which defeated 2013 titlist Hope Christian High School during their one-game semifinals, got off to a strong start as Daniel Edwin Pua punched in the Judenites’ first seven points, including a triple to answer CKSC frontliner Jonas Raphael Tibayan’s game-opening basket.
    SJCS last led at 9-7 on a pair of free throws by Renzel Yongco before Marc Raevin Calzado equalized the score, 9-all, with a fielder and subsequently grabbed a 14-11 advantage after the first quarter.
    Down 15-13, the Judenites scored five straight points on three freebies by Yongco (two) and Jack Stevenson Tai (one) and a fielder by comebacking Alec Johnson Billan, who had missed the semifinal due to an ankle injury, to move ahead, 18-15.
    Back-to-back baskets by Joshua Ramirez and Paolo Noelle Cataga and the Blue Dragons regained a 19-18 lead before Saint Jude seized momentum with another 5-0 run for a 23-19 edge. Following two free throws by Earl See, the boys of head coach Luis Nolasco were again up by four points, 29-25, with 6.1 seconds left in the half. It was the Judenites’ largest lead in the game.
    SJCS held on to a slim 29-28 lead at halftime. It was to be the last time that the team would be in the driver’s seat as it would play catch-up ball the rest of the way.
    Buoyed by the arrival of its bench boss Goldwin Monteverde just before the start of the second half, no thanks to the monstrous traffic in the Divisoria area, Chiang Kai Shek College opened the third period with six unanswered points as Tibayan sandwiched a Richmond Sedrick King jumper with a pair of fielder to shove the Blue Dragons to a 34-29 advantage.
    SJCS came within three, 37-34, with 3:55 left in the third quarter when CKSC scored the quarter’s final seven points, which was built around a fielder each by Calzado and Danilo Hernando and a three-point play by Tibayan, to enjoy its first double-digit lead, 44-34, after 30 minutes of action.
    Hernandez opend the payoff quarter with another basket to push CKSC’s lead to 46-34. Six consecutive charity shots by Yongco and a three-point play by Matthew Aaron Ang cut SJCS’s deficit to three, 46-43, at the 5:34 mark.
    Hernandez muffed a pair of free throws but Tibayan had a putback as the Blue Dragons increased their lead to five, 48-43. Following two free throws by Yongco, Tibayan scored on a layup off a Yongco miscue and Gershom Norman Montes made a basket for a 52-45 lead.
    SJCS did not roll over and die, though, even if See had fouled out at the 3:24 mark. Yongco got a follow-up off his own miss and, after missing a pair from the foul line, he consummated a three-point play as the Judenites trailed by just three, 53-50, time down to 2:19.
    Again, it was Tibayan to the rescue when he knocked in another basket at the 1:14 mark for a 55-50 CKSC edge.
    Another two freebies by Yongco 11 ticks later and SJCS’ deficit was back to three 55-52. Ramirez, who missed CKSC’s three previous assignments, converted two crucial foul shots with 54.6 seconds remaining as CKSC was again up by three, 57-52.
    Calvin Uy subsequently missed a triple at the 38.5-second mark and after Montes went 0-for-2 from the charity stripes for CKSC, Yongco himself misfired on his three-point attempt.
    SJCS got the rock back and Pua was free under the basket for a three-point play, 57-55, time down to 13.6 seconds. CKSC’s Dominque Ansis Cuevas went 0-for-2 from the foul line at the 10.8-second mark and SJCS had one last chance to equalize the score when Ang pulled down the rebound off Cuevas’ second FT miss. However, Pua threw a wild pass that was intercepted by Shasmasneh Ibanez at the buzzer.
    Tibayan led CKSC with 22 points. SJCS was led by Yongco, who tallied 15 of his game-high 23 points in the fourth quarter. Yongco shot only 3-for-17 from the field but was 17-for-22 from the charity stripes.
    In the third-place game, Hope Christian High School pulled off a 56-48 win over Saint Stephen’s High School.
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  3. MASA ADVISORY

    MASA ADVISORY

    Time Changes

    DATE: November 29, 2014 (Saturday)
    VENUE: Philippine Cultural College Gym
    TIME: 11:00 a.m. – Hope Christian High School vs. Stephen’s High School (3rd Place)
    12:30 p.m. – Chiang Kai Shek College vs. Saint Jude Catholic School (1st Place)
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  4. 17th MASA Basketball Finals: CKSC vs. SJCS

    It will guest team Chiang Kai Shek College against host Saint Jude Catholic School in the one-game finals of the 17th Metropolitan Amateur Sports Association (MASA) high school basketball tournament.

    D-Day (Decision Day) will be on Saturday, November 29, at the Philippine Cultural College Gym in Tondo, Manila. Just before the championship game (10:30 a.m.), deposed titlist Hope Christian High School and Saint Stephen’s High School will duke it out for third-place honors in the opener (9:00 a.m.) of Saturday’s doubleheader.

    The Chiang Kai Shek College Blue Dragons, who sport a lily-white 8-0 record in the eight-school, seven-week competitions, had destroyed the SJCS Judenites, 60-37, in their elimination-round faceoff last November 22, although both squads missed the services of some of their key players at the time.

    In that game, tree-like Jonas Raphael Tibayan showed up for the first time in the tournament and put together a double-double performance for CKSC with 22 points and 12 rebounds.

    During last Sunday’s semifinal playoffs, Chiang Kai Shek College brushed aside its twice-to-beat incentive and made quick work of fourth-seeded Saint Stephen’s High School, 65-46, while third-seeded Saint Jude Catholic School avenged its 79-63 elimination-round loss to Hope Christian High School by stunning the 2013 MASA titlist, 70-67, in their knockout encounter.

    Against the Stephenians (4-4), CKSC took control late in the first 10-minute quarter then outscored its foes, 22-7, in the second period to grab a sizeable 38-19 advantage at halftime. The Blue Dragons were never seriously challenged in the second half, enjoying a lead of at least 13 points throughout and their largest at 63-38 on a Robert John Minerva triple with four minutes remaining.

    Tibayan once again spearheaded CKSC’s offense with 15 markers along with six rebounds. Shamasneh Banez, another hulking frontliner, produced a double-double with 10 points and 10 boards and speedy guard Gershom Norman Montes also collected 10 markers.

    For Saint Jude Catholic School, it was off-the-chart to have beaten Hope Christian HS in the semifinals. The Warriors, who whipped the Judenites in the MASA finals a year ago, were ahead by as much as 22 points, 38-16, late in the first half notwithstanding the offensive woes of their scoring leader, National Youth Team member Jollo Go.

    As if it were a portent of things to come, Hope Christian surrendered the final five points of the half to lead by just 17, 38-21. It turned out to be the calm before the storm as Saint Jude made a huge game-altering turnaround in the third period, outscoring the Warriors, 29-9, to move ahead, 50-47, entering the final 10 minutes.

    The Judenites of bench boss Luis Nolasco erected a 67-57 lead with two minutes and 36 seconds remaining behind the heroics of Renzel Yongco, Maynard Yap, Earl See and Daniel Pua. But Hope Christian, however, was not done yet. A last-ditch rally put the Warriors within one point, 68-67, with 19.1 ticks left.

    Ahead 70-67, Saint Jude hung on to victory when Go, who labored offensively all game long, misfired on a trifecta attempt that could have forced a deadlock and sent the game into overtime.

    Four players scored in twin digits for the Judenites – See, 17 points; Pua, 17; Yongco, 15; and Yap 13. The team missed the services of burly frontliner Alec Johnson Billan due to an ankle injury he sustained against CKSC during their elims showdown.

    Go epitomized Hope Christian HS’ horrendous meltdown, collecting a frigid 12 points (on 4-of-25 FG and 4-of-10 FT shooting) without a single three-pointer (his trademark shot) throughout the game nor a field goal in the payoff quarter.

    Antonio Miguel Yang topscored for the Warriors with 14 markers and Kris Harvey Pagsanjan had eight of his 10 markers in the final canto.
    Chiang Kai Shek College is a slight favorite to repeat over Saint Jude Catholic School in the finals with its height advantage and deeper bench corps – granting the team comes in full force, of course.

    White they don’t own a legit go-to-guy, the Blue Dragons have a physical, tall lineup in Tibayen (18.5 ppg), Banez, Marc Erzel Quijano, Minerva, Adrian Martin Magada, Eric Anthony Guiao (9.8 ppg) and Joshua Ramirez (11.8 ppg) although Guiao and Ramirez have not shown up in CKSC’s last three assignments.

    Other CKSC contributors are backcourters Montes (10.5 ppg) and Richmond Sedrick King (7.9 ppg) and wingmen Jaylen Christian Ang (7.1 ppg) and Danilo Hernandez (6.8 ppg).

    For Saint Jude Catholic School, which has a 6-2 record, much of its strength lies in the troika of Yongco (16.0 ppg), See (13.5 ppg) and Yap (11.0 ppg), who ranked fifth, sixth and 14th, respectively, in the league in point production.

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  5. 2014 MASA BASKETBALL – SCORING LEADERS (November 23)

    1-Bryan Navarro, NRYS, 7 games, 164 points, 23.4 ppg
    2-Jollo Go, HCHS, 6 games, 115 points, 19.2 ppg
    3-Jonas Raphael Tibayan, CKSC, 2 games, 37 points, 18.5 ppg
    4-Bryant Terrado, SSHS, 8 games, 137 points, 17.1 ppg
    5-Renzel Yongco, SJCS, 6 games, 96 points, 16.0 ppg

    6-Earl See, SJCS, 6 games, 81 points, 13.5 ppg
    7-Bryan So, PHS, 5 games, 64 points, 12.8 ppg
    8- Luigi Laroco, SSHS, 8 games, 101 points, 12.6 ppg
    9-Richmond Legaspi, SSHS, 5 games, 61 points, 12.2 ppg
    10-Jerome Fuentes, NRYS, 7 games, 85 points, 12.1 ppg

    11-Joshua Ramirez, CKSC, 5 games, 59 points, 11.8 ppg
    12-John Mark Santos, PCC, 5 games, 59 points, 11.8 ppg
    13-Jherico Cagomoc, NYRS, 7 games, 81 points, 11.6 ppg
    14-Maynard Yap, SJCS, 8 games, 88 points, 11.0 ppg
    15-Franz Yap, SSHS, 8 games, 88 points, 11.0 ppg

    16-Gershom Montes, CKSC, 8 games, 72 points, 10.5 ppg
    17-Phillip Jason Midel, PHS, 7 games, 72 points, 10.3 ppg
    18-Pranz Chan, PA Sakya, 5 games, 51 points, 10.2 ppg
    19-John Wilbert Midel, PHS, 7 games, 71 points, 10.1 ppg
    20-Ian Kristoffer Pasion, PAS, 6 games, 59 points, 9.8 ppg

    21-Eric Anthony Guiao, CKSC, 4 games, 39 points, 9.8 ppg
    22-Antonio Miguel Yang, HCHS, 7 games, 68 points, 9.7 ppg
    23-Jeffrey Weng, SSHS, 7 games, 68 points, 9.7 ppg
    24-Daniel Pua, SJCS, 6 games, 57 points, 9.5 ppg
    25-Angelo Tan, PCC, 7 games, 66 points, 9.4 ppg

    26-Alec Johnson Billan, SJCS, 7 games, 65 points, 9.3 ppg
    27-Kris Harvey Pagsanjan, HCHS, 7 games, 63 points, 9.0 ppg
    28-Allan Paul Bautista, NRYS, 7 games, 62 points, 8.9 ppg
    29-Charles Yap, PHS, 6 games, 49 points, 8.2 ppg
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