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    FMC 2006: STI in Group A

    The FMC Nike Summer League 2006 held a meeting of invited schools at the National Sports Grille awhile ago to discuss the tournament rules and groupings.* The STI College Olympians will be joining UAAP Champion FEU together with a rejuvenated Adamson squad, the CSB Blazers & SSC Stags of the NCAA, the Arellano Flaming Arrows, Ateneo's Team B and the UP Maroons if they decide to join.

    The league will have 24 teams and three groups which makes it one of the toughest in recent years.* Al three groups have powerhouse teams and it will definitely be a season worth remembering.* If UP joins all UAAP teams will be accounted for while six NCAA teams will most likely join. (Letran,SSC,CSB, MIT,JRU & SBC)

    Other non UAAP & NCAA teams besides the Olympians are EAC, EAC- Cavite, Feati, Lyceum, SSC-CAvite, Ateneo de Naga, PCCr,Arellano & AMACU. This league promises to be a memorable one because league sponsor NIKE has so many additional treats to the member schools plus a weekly update on the results of the league on Studio 23.* The quarterfinals, semifinals and championships will be televised.

    Good luck to the Olympians we hope you can improve on you can pull off some surprises this year. The league opens April 21, 2006 and the venue of the games will be at the Emilio Aguinaldo College Gym.
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    Re: FMC 2006: STI in Group A

    I think instead of UP ( who will not join daw i heard-tama ba) EAC Cavite will be joining Group A.
    Mhel "the Pogi" Garrido
    The Real Aga Muhlach

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mhel_Garrido
    I think instead of UP ( who will not join daw i heard-tama ba) EAC Cavite will be joining Group A.

    The groupings are posted in the FMC Forum. Mhel, can you already post the line-up of your team for this coming Summer FMC? Changing The Face of The Game!

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    Find below the submitted official line-up of STI for the FMC Summer League:

    STI Seniors

    12 BELANO, Jonathan (Team Captain)
    15 CABANGON, Michael
    7 DIA, Erick
    4 JUNATAS, Francis
    6 LEGASPI, Bimbo
    19 LIM, Raymond
    14 LIMPIN, Francis
    17 LUNAR, Macmac
    8 MABAYO, Ramon
    11 MACALMA, John
    5 MELLA, Jeff
    20 MICUTUAN, Dexter
    13 PEREZ, Jun
    10 RICO, Rino
    16 SANTOS, E.S.


    4 JM BALBOA Changing The Face of The Game!

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    Re: FMC 2006: STI in Group A

    Quote Originally Posted by gameface_one
    Find below the submitted official line-up of STI for the FMC Summer League:

    STI Seniors

    NUMBER* *
    12* *BELANO, Jonathan (Team Captain)
    15* *CABANGON, Michael
    9* *DELOS REYES,
    7* *DIA, Erick
    4* *JUNATAS, Francis
    6* *LEGASPI, Bimbo
    19* *LIM, Raymond
    14* *LIMPIN, Francis
    17* *LUNAR, Macmac
    8* *MABAYO, Ramon
    11* *MACALMA, John
    5* *MELLA, Jeff
    20* *MICUTUAN, Dexter
    13* *PEREZ, Jun
    10* *RICO, Rino
    16* *SANTOS, E.S.

    * * *
    4* *JM BALBOA
    I'm surprised to see Junatas and Macalma in the roster, a pair of former La Salle-Dasma Patriots. The team now has height with 6'7" former SFAC Dove Mella.

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    Re: FMC 2006: STI in Group A

    STI beats Ateneo Team B with a Final Score of 53 to 48 in a low scoring highly defensive game.

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    STI College Olympians slip past Ateneo B 53-48.

    Reed thin STI point guard Jun Perez sank two pressure laden free throws and then came back with a 10 foot jumper with 20 seconds left to lead the STI College Olympians into their first win at the start of the Fr. Martinís Cup Nike Summer League against a determined Ateneo B squad 53-48. The game was close all the way with both teams exhibiting relentless defense and everyone had to bleed for their points.*

    The first quarter showed both teams trying to size up each other as Ateneo started the game with a 4-0 lead which Jojo Belano quickly neutralized with a trifecta. STIís unforgiving defense finally settled down and capitalized on the lapses of the Eagles as they took the first quarter 18-11. The Eagles countered in the second quarter as they held the Olympians to only eight points but the half ended 26-22 still in favor of the Olympians.

    STI opened the third quarter with a 38-31 lead as both teams tried to wear down each other with leech like defenses and double teaming defense in the interior.* STI still managed to take the lead at the end of the third through the timely hits of John Macalma and Eric Dia at 44-40.

    The fourth quarter can be likened to a chess match as both teams tightened up on defense again and tried to make the most out of each possession. The Ateneans came to within two points 50-48 courtesy of the four points of Mark Intal* with less than two minutes left in the ball game. Unfortunately, the Blue Eagles failed to equalize as Emman Nazareno's three pointer failed to hit the mark as Dexter Micutuan split his charities to finalize the count. Finally STI has gained ground and hopefully extend their run against the College of Saint Benilde Blazers on sunday April 30.

    Box scores:

    STI COLLEGE (53)
    Perez 8, Micutuan 8, Macalma 8, Delos Reyes 7, Belano 6, Dia 6, Junatas 5
    Legaspi 3, Mabayo 2, Cabangon 0, Limpin 0, Lunar 0, Santos 0,

    ATENEO B (4
    Intal 16, Estoesta 7, Nkemakolam 7, Baldos 6, Nazareno 4, Sumalinog 4,
    Baclao 4, Medina 0,* Dizon 0 , Lucas 0,

    Quarterscores: 18-11; 26-22 ; 44-40; 53-48

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    Re: FMC 2006: STI in Group A

    How did the Olympians do in their FMC game yesterday?

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    College of Saint Benilde survives STI College 58-54

    Martin Urra scored two pressure packed free throws with seven seconds left to give the College of Saint Benilde Blazers breathing space and STI failed to convert on its last possession to give CSB a 58-54 win over the never say die STI College Olympians.* The start of the fourth quarter saw the Blazers convert on a three pointer to give them their biggest lead of 18 points 52-34. The teams traded baskets in the next few plays until the Olympians uncorked a blistering 14-2 wind up in the last four minutes and thirty four seconds to erase that lead and come to within two points 56-54 after Olympian center John Macalma converted on a three point play. The Blazers ran into a maze of errors in the fourth quarter which saw them score only seven points until Urraís free throws. Nevertheless those points proved enough to fend off the gritty stand of the Olympians.

    The game started with both teams defending well as the first basket was scored after two minutes of play. The Olympians took control of the first quarter as they started the game with a 7-1 lead courtesy of the five points by starting point guard Jojo Belano. The Blazers retaliated with a 6-0 run to take the upperhand 8-7.* It was a see saw battle for both teams from then on until Olympian Eric Dia ran the length of the court to dish off an assist to Ramon Mabayo who connected off a baseline jumper to make it an 18-14 lead for the Olympians .*

    In the second quarter, the Blazers tightened their defense and went as* Urra started to get his points as he presided over a 15-2 run to take give the blazers a nine point lead 29-20. The Olympians refused to buckle as they came alive with back to back treys courtesy of Jojo Belano and Jun Perez to cut the CSB lead to two, 29-27 as the first half ended. The third quarter was an all-CSB show as the Blazers ran rings around the Olympians which uncorked a 20-7 quarter that was highlighted by the thunderous dunk by the Blazers Johnston off a fastbreak. The blazers then spread their offense as they got their points from Urra, Sevilla,* Manding* and Johnston.* The quarter ended with a 15 point lead for CSB 49-34.

    Robles opened the fourth quarter with a three pointer that beat the shot clock to give the Blazers their biggest lead of 52-34.* Stan Aldover scored on a lay up to make the score 54-36 with six minutes left in the game.* Then the Olympians came alive. Ramon Mabayo, Rommel delos Reyes, John Macalma, Bimbo Legaspi and Eric Dia uncorked a crippling 17-2 blast in the final five minutes to erase a 54-37 lead of the Blazers to only two 56-54 with 17 seconds left. Mabayo led that assault with seven points. Unfortunately it was not enough as time ran out on the last stand of the band of Zeus.*

    Urra 15, Manlapaz 6, Aldover 6. Robles 5, Sevilla 4, Gee 4, Johnston 3, Porras 3, Manding 3

    Mabayo 13, Belano 8, Macalma 5, Legaspi 5, Cabangon 4, delos reyes 4, Lunar 4, Junatas 4, Perez 4, Dia 2, Santos 1, Mella 0, Limpin 0,

    14-18;* 29-27;* 49-34;* 58-54
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    Re: FMC 2006: STI in Group A

    How did STI fare in their FMC Game last Saturday?

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