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    OLDIES BUT GOODIES!!!

    Grabe ang lakas ng line-up ng La Salle Allstars na mag-cocompete sa Total/Filoil Homegrown Cup! kasama sa line-up si noli locsin, dwight lago, allen patrimonio, alvin magpantay, john cardel, tony boy espinosa, dominique uy and tyrone bautista. pinaghandaan tlga.

    ang first game nila is against letran college. ndun naman si samboy lim, eddie pacheco, billy moody, erwin velez. magandang laban to!

    game schedule: March 26, 2006 (Saturday) San Juan Gym (old)
    1:00pm La Salle vs. Letran High School
    2:30pm La Salle vs. Letran Allstars





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    Re: OLDIES BUT GOODIES!!!

    I think it is not just only for La Salle and Letran who have strong lineups in this tournament. All the other teams na sasali I guess are also competitive enough so we can say that the race for the championship is open as of this point.

    Sa high school division siguro magkakaroon ng konting team favorites to win the championship since we know that perennial juniors titlist San Beda is there as well as Ateneo high. But I am not counting LSGH out of course, papalag din yan at lalaban for sure and we may see surprises for all we know.
    One thing "the best" never do as they become more successful: slow down. Just not in the vocabulary of "the best". - Kevin Eastman, assistant coach, Boston Celtics (2004-Present)

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    Re: OLDIES BUT GOODIES!!!

    la-salle won in both divsions against letran sa homegrown cup!!! nakakatuwa panuorin yung mga oldies kasama yung mga not-so-old but not-so-young guys na maglaro magkasama sa hardcourt. who would think na si aldo perez (80's)magbibigay ng screen kay tony boy (90's). hehe. bagsak si bonbon lim ng letran pero walang foul. medyo nagkainitan sa part ni erwin velez against boy manguerra. bata laban sa matanda. buti na lang ndun yung tanke si noli locsin para umawat.

    ang galing magpaikot ng tao ni playing coach gabby velasco (70's). kahit na one month pa lang nagpapractice ang la salle alumni ang dami na ring plays. nung una lamang letran cpurtesy of dodie sta. maria (2000's), tino pinat (80's) and elmer latonio (80's) pero nahabol sila kasi ang daming bumira ng 3 points sa la salle. sinimulan ni tyrone bautista tpos tinuloy ni magpantay. bandang huli si dwight lago naman. dami shooters.

    next game sa april 1 against FEU alumni. 12pm sa san juan gym

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    Re: OLDIES BUT GOODIES!!!

    OFF TOPIC:
    ask ko lang, bakit ndi included si ryan arana sa line up ng archers for season 69?
    ANIMO!

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    Re: OLDIES BUT GOODIES!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by cub
    OFF TOPIC:
    ask ko lang, bakit ndi included si ryan arana sa line up ng archers for season 69?
    Read the explanation of Quinito Henson. Arana failed to meet the requirements of LaSalle to stay eligible.

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    Re: OLDIES BUT GOODIES!!!

    ^ I suggest to change the title to something more appropriate but anyway my post is regarding an OLD DLSU player. Congrats to Fil-Bahraini Bader Malabes for leading his young Bahraini team in their first FIBA Asia Championship since 1999 (or 1997 ata). Definitely he is the star of that team. Saya nga ng mga bumantay sa kanya. First is his ex-archrival Chris Tiu and next is his ex-teammate JV Casio. He put up 17 points in losing effort to the Philippines. 13 points per game ang kanyang tournament average. Will other players follow him? Yung tipong maglalaro sila dito tapos sa bansa sila maglalaro. Emmanuel Mbe of NU I heard plans to play abroad after his stint in NU. UP Footballer Ayi Aryee also is here not just to play football but learn basketball as well.
    "The end justifies the means"-from Machiavelli? Nope.  :D

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    Re: OLDIES BUT GOODIES!!!

    http://www.interaksyon.com/interaktv...-hopes-goodbye

    Discovery Perlas loses to Thailand in OT, kisses SEA Games gold medal hopes goodbye
    Reynaldo Belen


    JAKARTA—A shot at the gold medal slipped through the fingers of the Discovery Perlas Pilipinas women’s national team in the final seconds of regulation.

    Juthamas Jantakan of Thailand drilled in a buzzer-beater – a long two-pointer which was counted as a three – that allowed the Thais to force overtime and hack out a thrilling 75-73 win over the Filipinas in the 26th Southeast Asian Games women’s basketball tournament on Friday.

    The Thai’s game-tying basket came with only 1.8 seconds left in regulation and sent the game into overtime after both teams ended up tied after four quarters, 64-all. Juthamas, a sweet-shooting deadshot forward, faked Analyn Almazan and dribbled once to get free before releasing the shot from left quarter court.

    The ball hit nothing but the bottom of the net, sending the Thailand bench and their supporters into a frenzy at the BritAma Arena. The shot appeared to have been taken inside the three-point line, but referees ruled it as a three-pointer.

    Since the shot cannot be contested by using the benefit of slow motion for review, the call stayed and the Thais managed to extend the match to an extra five-minute stretch.

    Given a new lease on life, the Thais went to work double time in the extra period.

    Mathuros Jhuthatip scored seven points in the next five minutes, including two free throws in the last 14 seconds of the overtime to give Thailand a 73-71 lead. In the next play, Joan Grajales split her charities to push the Philippines within striking distance, 73-72, but the Filipinas still needed to make a good stop – or give up a foul to stop the clock.

    They chose to foul in the next play and Juthamas, who was sent to the foul line, calmly sank both free throws with 9.9 seconds left.

    The Filipinas rushed to the other end as Grajales missed a desperation trey, but Angelis Gloriani got the rebound and was fouled in the process. The pint-sized guard, however, could only make one of two shots and the Thais wasted the remaining two seconds and celebrated their triumph for winning the gold medal.

    “We need to beat Indonesia to enable us to win the silver medal,” said Haydee Ong, her face obviously in disappointment as well as the other members of the national squad, which ended up dry again in a bid to stop the gold medal drought in the biennial meet.

    Banmoo Naruemol, the big center of Thailand, finished with 19 points and six rebounds before fouling out in the last 14.7 seconds of regulation.

    But even without the dominant big lady of Thailand, the Filipinas couldn’t use it to their advantage.

    They had several chances along the way, but missed important free throws, including two from Merenciana Arayi, who scored her team’s last five points in regulation. Her split charities and a crucial travelling call while already securing the rebound with less than two seconds left, gave the Thais one last chance of mapping up a play.

    Filipinos celebrating too early was silenced by Juthamas’ backbreaking trey and the Thais didn’t let up from there on.

    The scores:

    Thailand (75) – Naruemol 19, Juthathip 13, Chridpetcharat 11, Juthamas 10, Wipaporn 7, Chamnarnwaree 7, Charothai 5, Supane 3, Nomjit 0, Nipa 0, Penphan 0.

    Philippines (73) – Arayi 18, Almazan 14, Gloriani 10, Flormata 8, Grajales 7, Borja 6, Jacob 4, Jose 4, Mercado 2, Limengco 0, Lomogda 0.

    Quarterscores: 15-16; 38-29; 50-47; 75-73.

    A break-out game for ex-Lady Archer Anjeli Jo Gloriani. She is being groomed to replace Joan Grajales at the point guard slot. Laking responsibilidad yun. But it showed on her hustle. Her sweet shooting kept us in the game.
    "The end justifies the means"-from Machiavelli? Nope.  :D

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    Re: OLDIES BUT GOODIES!!!

    Great win by the Green Archers in the Dream game earlier.

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    Former La Salle gunner Jonas Mariano in critical condition after suffering stroke, hospital bills piling up

    From: Richard Dy

    November 24, 2014, 03:24 pm

    FORMER La Salle guard Jonas Mariano is in critical condition at the St. Luke's Medical Center in Global City, Taguig City after suffering a stroke last week.

    Mariano's father, former Olympian Jimmy, confirmed the news to Spin.ph. "Monday last week pa sya na-stroke. Eh di pa rin namin s'ya nakakausap after niya ma-stroke," the elder Mariano said in a worried tone.

    "Dinala na namin siya St. Luke's dito sa Global City kasi ito na ang pinakamalapit. Eh kasi kung sa iba pang ospital, baka di na siya umabot," said the elder Mariano.

    Jonas, a former national youth player, is believed to be the first second-generation player to be picked in the PBA rookie draft. He was taken 17th overall by Tondena (Ginebra) in the 1994 draft after his career with the Green Archers.

    He never got to play in the PBA. A year later, Robert Jaworski's son, Dodot, became the first second-generation player to play in Asia's first professional cage league. Mariano said his son has long been away from basketball, settling for a career in the call center industry.

    "Nasa banyo siya nun nung ma-stroke siya. Eh puyat pa siya 'nun, galing kasi sa trabaho." he said.

    The former Great Taste coach admits the hospital bills of his son are piling up and the family's resources are drained.

    The younger Mariano is a member of the La Salle team that won back-to-back UAAP men's basketball championships in 1989 and 1990. Among his former teammates at La Salle were Jun Limpot, John Cardel, Noli Locsin, Dickie Bachmann and Dwight Lago.
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI

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