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  1. 2nd PCYAA Basketball: Developmental Finals Boxscore

    Date: December 6, 2014

    Venue: Uno High School Gym

    Boxscore:

    Saint Jude Catholic School (29) – Laurence Sengia 12, Marcus Mancilla 0, Kobe Chong 3, Jared Chan 2, Jaezen Ngo 7, Keann Lusong 2, Albert Dizon 0, Ethan Yaw 3, Liam Pua DNP, Christian Dela Cruz DNP, Andrei Co DNP, Joshua Chu DNP, Cyrille Lumbang, Kendric Dela Cruz DNP and John Tan DNP.

    Philippine Cultural College (27) – Kyle Tung 4, Dominic Tumnob 5, Bryce Tan 0, Julius Santos 2, Art Tong 13, Elijah Asana 3, Charles Tiu 0, Cedric Yap DNP, Bryan Francisco DNP, Kale Ty DNP, Li Shao Heng DNP and Andrei Ngui DNP.

    Quarter scores: 2-3, 13-9, 19-16, 29-27
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  2. Anton Miguel Yang: Hope Christian’s “White Mamba” unleashes fury in MMBL tourney

    By: Paolo Manuel C. Fule
    The Philippines is a country known for world-class sports figures like boxing icon Manny Pacquiao, kegler Paeng Nepomuceno, runner Lydia De Vega, the magician Efren “Bata” Reyes, and Nonito “The Filipino Flash” Donaire. These athletes are products of hard work and training that they developed when they were still young. Such is the case of this upcoming star from Hope Christian High School.

    Born Antonio Miguel Yeo Yang on December 26, 1998 to Mr. Anthony Yang and Ms. Cheri Yang, this Manila-born 6-foot-1 forward of Hope Christian High School

    “My dad Anthony Yang inspired me to play basketball”, quipped the chinito cager who scored his career high of 28 points in the Tiong Lian basketball tournament. In their game against the Lyceum of the Philippines Junior Pirates in the recent MMBL tournament, he scored a team best 19 points as they routed their opponent, 95-65.

    In the NBA, he looks up to Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard and five time NBA Finals champion Kobe Bean Bryant, while in the PBA, he likes Gabe Norwood of Rain or Shine Elasto Painters. In the collegiate ranks, he likes Clint Dolinguez, an Alumnus of HSCHS, who now plays for Ateneo Blue Eagles. Anton acknowledges the fact that the basketball program of HCHS is still the best, and the team is still in the process of rebuilding.

    Aside from basketball, he also likes swimming. He used to compete before as a tanker for his school. “I want to be a professional basketball player someday. I also want to be a businessman and a motivational speaker”, added Anton Yang who is now a fourth year student of Hope Christian High School.

    Email the author at paolomanuelfule@yahoo.com
  3. Judenites Capture PCYAA Developmental Title

    Cool dude Jaezen Shandy Ngo clustered five points in the last two minutes to hand top seed Saint Jude Catholic School the lead for good en route to a nerve-wracking 29-27 victory over second seed Philippine Cultural College Saturday afternoon (December 6) in the championship game of the Developmental Division (for players aged 11 and under) in the 2nd Philippine Ching Yuen Athletic Association (PCYAA) basketball competitions held at the Uno High School Gym in Tondo, Manila.

    It was a heart-stopping 32-minute duel that featured scoring streaks by both schools.

    There were various lead swings throughout the game.

    Ngo sparked a Judenites comeback with a triple and a layup at the 2:26 and 2:05 marks of the payoff quarter that gave his team a 28-25 lead.

    After Julius Santos made a pair of free throws to trim the Seagulls’ deficit to one point, 28-27.

    PCC had several chances of regaining the lead but the team eventually self-destructed by muffing four consecutive throws, including two each by tiny guard Kyle Tung (44.4 seconds left) and burly Art Tong (35.8 ticks remaining) in a span of 8.6 seconds.

    SJCS’ Kobe Chong was caught stepping along the baseline with 13.9 seconds left for a violation, allowing PCC another opportunity to win and force a do-or-die match.

    However, it was not to be as Tong misfired on a jumper with 2.7 seconds remaining, sealing the Seagulls’ doom.


    Following a SJCS timeout, Chong was fouled with 0.8 ticks left for two trips to the foul line. He sank his first then deliberately missed the second as time ran out for a title-clinching 29-27 victory by the Judenites.

    The game opened with split throws by PCC’s Dominic Tumnob and Laurence Sengia for a 1-1 tie. Tung banked in a fielder to give PCC a 3-1 lead before SJCS’ Ethan Yaw went 1-for-2 from the foul line as the first eight-minute quarter ended 3-2 in PCC’s favor.

    It also was the start of a 10-0 run by the Judenites bridging the first and second periods that gave them an 11-3 advantage. Following an exchange of baskets by Tumnob and Sengia, SJCS was still up by eight points, 13-5, time down to 2:36 in the first half.

    Tong connected on a fielder and went 2-for-2 from the charity stripes as the Seagulls were down by just four, 13-9, at lemontime following two free throw misses by Ngo.

    The third quarter opened with a 7-0 PCC run, including five from Tong, as 11 unanswered points propel the Seagulls to a 16-13 edge.

    Then SJCS closed out the period with a run of its own – six straight markers that was capped by a Jared Chan jumper – that gave the Mendiola-based school a 19-16 advantage entering the final quarter.

    After Sengia pushed SJCS lead to 21-18 with a looping jumper at the 6:12 mark, Elijah Asana split his freebies and Tung knocked in a short fielder to force a 21-21 tie.

    Igniting PCC’s end game free-throw meltdown, Tumnob missed two trips to the line then watched Sengia score on a putback for a 23-21 SJCS lead with 3:40 left. Asana tallied a twinner for the game’s fourth deadlock, 23-all, and his teammate Tong had a putback for a 25-23 PCC lead, time down to 2:47.

    Then came Ngo’s heroics. And Saint Jude Catholic School, which finished with a 10-1 overall record, was on its way to the PCYAA Developmental Division crown.

    Sengia topscored for the Judenites with 12 points. Ngo contributed seven markers and Chong and Yaw tallied three apiece for coach Ed Dela Torre’s kiddie corps.

    Art Tong, the son of PCC bench boss Arthur Tong, collected a game-high 13 points, including nine in the second half, for the Seagulls. He went 0-for-4 from the foul line in the final quarter and was 3-for-8 overall.

    Tumnob and Tung totaled five ands four points, respectively for PCC, which placed second in the six-team competitions with an 8-3 mark overall.
    Pace Academy, which was the only team to beat SJCS during the elimination phase, wound up third in the tournament.

    Besides Saint Jude Catholic School and Philippine Cultural College, the schools that took part in the Developmental Division were Makati Gospel Church-New Life Christian Academy, Grace Christian College, Pace Academy and host Uno High School.

    During the inaugural PCYAA season a year ago, MGC-NLCA went unbeaten in capturing the Developmental title, easily dispatching of Grace Christian College in the finals. Saint Jude Catholic School placed third.
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  4. 2ND PCYAA: Saint Jude, Cultural in 11-and-Under Finals

    Saint Jude Catholic School (9-1) and Philippine Cultural College (8-2) will clash on Saturday, December 6 (1:30 p.m.) for the championship in the Developmental Division (for players aged 11 and under) of the 2nd Philippine Ching Yuen Athletic Association (PCYAA) basketball competitions at the Uno High School Gym in Tondo, Manila.

    The Judenites, whose solitary loss in the six-team, double-round elimination phase came at the hands of third-place Pace Academy, are armed with a twice-to-beat advantage.

    Should the Seagulls emerge victorious, the rubber match would be held on Sunday, December 7, also at the Uno High School Gym.

    Besides Saint Jude Catholic School and Philippine Cultural College, the schools that took part in the Developmental Division were Makati Gospel Church-New Life Christian Academy, Grace Christian College, Pace Academy and host Uno High School.

    During the inaugural PCYAA season a year ago, MGC-NLCA went unbeaten in capturing the Developmental title, easily dispatching of Grace Christian College in the finals. Saint Jude Catholic School placed third.

    Action in the three other basketball divisions will commence in the first week of January next year.

    The Boys High School (Juniors Division) tournament, which will feature eight schools, will get underway on Tuesday, January 6, 2015 at the Uno High School Gym with 2014 runner-up Saint Jude Catholic School tangling with 2014 third-placer Grace Christian College (5:30 pm.) and Pace Academy taking on Makati Gospel Church-NLCA (7:30 p.m.).

    Two days later (January , Philippine Cultural College will meet defending champion Uno High School in a lone game (7:00 p.m.).

    The official opening ceremonies (also to be held at the Uno HS Gym) will be held on January 10 with a quadrupleheader – Philippine Cultural College vs. Pace Academy (11:00 a.m.), Makati Gospel Church-NLCA vs. Saint Jude Catholic School (1:00 p.m.), Uno HS vs. St. Peter the Apostle School (2:30 p.m.) and Jubilee Christian Academy vs. Grace Christian College.

    The Aspirants Boys Division competitions for players aged 13 and under will unwrap on January 8 with reigning titlist Philippine Cultural College traveling to the Uno HS Gym to face the Uneans at 5:30 p.m.

    The other participating teams are 2014 third-placer Pace Academy, Saint Peter the Apostle School, 2014 runner-up Makati Gospel Church-NLCA, Saint Jude Catholic School, Jubilee Christian Academy and Grace Christian College.

    The inaugural Ladies High School tournament, which features six schools, will open on January 7 at the Uno HS Gym with a twinbill – Saint Jude Catholic School vs. Uno High School (5:00 p.m.) and Philippine Cultural College vs. Grace Christian College (6:30 p.m.).

    Other teams in participation are the San Juan City-based Immaculate Conception Academy and Jubilee Christian Academy.
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  5. 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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