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    Tagaytay vs Iligan today





    TAGAYTAY CITY - Expansion team Batang Tagaytay guns for its second northern division victory against Iligan today in the main game of another Guerrero Brandy-NBC national basketball championship doubleheader at the Convention Center here.


    NBC executive vice president and Mayor Bambol Tolentino’s Tagaytay cagers expect rough sailing from Mayor Lawrence Cruz’s Crusaders in the 4 p.m. contest.

    Gov. Manny Pinol’s North Cotabato Braves also face tough opposition when they collide with the Bacchus/Harbour Centre-Manila squad earlier at 2 o’clock.

    The Braves are running second in the southern division, behind reigning champion Ozamiz Cotta, with two wins in one loss, while the Manilans dropped their first two games despite the presence of collegiate stars Danny Pribhdas and Magnum Membrere.

    Eduardo Allado Jr., who averaged 16 points in the Braves’ twin victories after scoring a basket in his new team’s opening game, is expected to lead North Cotabato’s northern swing.

    Membrere, Phribhdas and veteran Nani Epondulan will spearhead the Manilans.

    Tagaytay, which surprised Pangasinan Hundred Islands in its debut, pins its hopes on burly playmaker Nino Marquez, Tito Reyes, Bosyo Diaz and Arden Guiyab.

    The Crusaders hope to post their second win in three games behind last year’s MVP Christian Nicdao, Derrick Hubalde and Marlon Kalaw.

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    Iligan five nips host Tagaytay
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    TAGAYTAY CITY - Iligan leaned on its steady free-throw shooting to nip host Batang Tagaytay, 87-85, in the 2006 Guerrero Brandy-National Basketball Conference national championship at the International Convention Center here.

    Ferdie Go and Derrick Hubalde, who combined for 33 points, carried the cudgels for the Firefly Lightings-backed Crusaders who improved their Southern Division record to 2-1. The team is backed by Mayor Lawrence Cruz and manager Freddie Siao.

    With the hosts ahead at 69-67, 7:19 into the final quarter, Go drilled four straight points, followed by Hu-balde’s three-pointer and conversions from the line to put the Crusaders ahead at 81-78, time down to 1:16.

    The cagers of Mayor Bambol Tolentino of Tagaytay, also the NBC executive vice president, tied the count at 85 in the final 30 seconds, but Hubalde’s charities off Arden Guiyab spelled the difference.

    Paolo Malonzo’s attempt to extend the contest bounced off the rim as time expired.

    Bacchus/Harbour Centre-Manila finally barged into the win column by turning back Gov. Emmanuel Piñol’s North Cotabato Braves, 104-92, in the other game.

    Nani Epondulan was his usual deadly self, scoring 23 points for coach Lawrence Chongson’s Manilans, who improved to 1-2 in the tourney supported by Panasonic, Sulpicio Lines, Nature’s Spring Mineral Water, Spring Cooking Oil, Regent Foods, Firefly Lightings, Molten and Prime Channel.


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    North Cotabato Braves stun host Taguig in NBC

    First posted 11:44pm (Mla time) April 07, 2006
    Inquirer



    Editor's Note: Published on page A28 of the April 8, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer


    TAGUIG CITY -- North Cotabato got back on the winning track by holding off host Forward Taguig, 71-68, Wednesday in the 2006 Guerrero Brandy-NBC national basketball championship at the CP Tinga gym here.

    Edu Allado starred anew for Gov. Manny Pinol's Braves by firing 21 points, including back-to-back triples at the 7:18 mark of the final canto that gave North Cotabato a 69-55 advantage.

    The Braves lost to Bacchus/Harbour Centre last Tuesday at the start of their northern swing in the tournament supported by Panasonic, Sulpicio Lines, Nature's Spring Mineral Water, Spring Cooking Oil, Regent Foods, Firefly Lightings, Molten and Prime Channel.

    "Nanibago sila nuong unang game namin sa (They were listless during our first game at) Lyceum," said North Cotabato coach Buboy Tanigue after his boys scored their third win in five games. "Alam naming malakas ang Taguig kaya ang instruction ko, depensahan lahat (We knew how tough Taguig is, so my instruction was to defend each
    one of them)."

    Mayor Lawrence Cruz's Iligan Crusaders beat the Laguna Pistons of Gov. Teresita "Ningning" Lazaro, 83-75, in the other game.

    The Crusaders banked on Marlon Kalaw, Ferdie Go and last year's MVP Chris Nicdao in scoring their third win in four games.

    Kalaw, Go and Nicdao tallied 21, 15 and 14 points, respectively.

    Yesterday's game at the Urdaneta Sports Center in Pangasinan pitting NBC president Nathaniel "Tac" Padilla's Spring Cooking Oil-Para¤aque against Iligan and the Braves versus the Pangasinan Hundred Islands were still being played at press time.

    The Cooking Oil Masters were gunning for their third straight win.

    The scores:

    ILIGAN 83 -- Kalaw 21, Go 15, Nicdao 14, Omiping 12, Hubalde 4, Gandarosa 3, Taguines 2, Ayodelle 2, Canoy 2,Espinosa 2, Matias 2.

    LAGUNA 75 -- Nuqui 20, Roda 9, Intano 9, Proceso 7, Alminario 7, Nolasco 6, Domingo 6, Baylon 5, Natividad 4, Sy 2.

    Quarters: 28-14, 50-33, 62-57, 83-75


    N. COTABATO -- Allado 21, Entrata 14, Clar 6, Martinez 6, Jawod 6, Regalado 4, Ligue 3, Cabanog 3, Binas 2, Culdora 2, Reyes 2, Dagatan 2, Tamayo 0, Del Norte 0.

    TAGUIG 68 -- Vicoria 15, Reguera 12, Uy 9, Gragasin 9, Legaspi 8, Castro 5, Patrimonio 3, Lapinid 3, Abad 2, Lustistica 2, Dela Rosa 2, Dulay 0, Lozano 0, Santiago 0.

    Quarters: 26-21, 37-36, 58-53, 71-68



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    North Cotabato spoils Pangasinan debut
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    Games today (C.P. Tinga gym, Taguig) 6 p.m. – Laguna vs Forward Taguig ————————




    URDANETA — North Cotabato spoiled Pangasinan’s home debut Friday night by outlasting the Hundred Islands cagers, 85-82, in the 2006 Guerrero Brandy-NBC national basketball championship at the Sports Center here.

    With Edu Allado tightly guarded by the Pangasinenses, Rey Biñas stepped up to lead the Braves of Gov. Manny Piñol and Mayor Efren Piñol to their fourth win in six games in the tourney sponsored by Panasonic, Sulpicio Lines, Nature’s Spring Mineral Water, Spring Cooking Oil, Regent Foods, Firefly Lightings, Molten and Prime Channel.

    Earlier, Mayor Lawrence Cruz’s Iligan crusaders completed a sweep of their northern swing by dealing NBC president Nathaniel "Tac’’ Padilla’s Spring Cooking Oil-Parañaque its first loss in three games, 73-64.

    Marlon Kalaw led all scorers with 16 points as the Firefly Lightings-backed Crusaders raised their record to 4-1.

    With Hundred Islands still ahead, 75-69, at the 6:04 mark of the fourth quarter, Biñas scored six straight points and Jun Tamayo knocked in back-to-back baskets to push the Braves ahead, 79-75, time down to 4:17.

    The Braves were ahead 85-82 when Jovy Sese missed a side jumper with 4.3 ticks left. Elvis Tolentino grabbed the rebound left, but his pass to a teammate at the 3-point area was intercepted by Biñas.

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    Taguig five regains old form, rips Sta. Rosa

    First posted 02:44am (Mla time) April 11, 2006
    Inquirer



    Editor's Note: Published on page A22 of the April 11, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer


    TAGUIG CITY -- Forward Taguig flashed its old form to rout the Laguna-Sta. Rosa Pistons, 89-75, Sunday night in the Guerrero Brandy-NBC national basketball championship at the CP Tinga gym here.

    With their first win in two games, Mayor Freddie Tinga’s Taguig cagers tied idle Batang Tagaytay for second place in the northern division while dealing the Pistons of Laguna Governor Teresita “Ningning” Lazaro and Santa Rosa City Vice Mayor Joey Catindig Jr. their third straight loss.

    After a slow start which saw them ahead by only four, 42-38, at the turn, coach Danny Gavierres’ Taguig boys exploded with 24 points while limiting their rivals to 10 in the third period to break the contest wide open.

    The tourney sponsored by Panasonic, Sulpicio Lines, Nature’s Spring Mineral Water, Spring Cooking Oil, Regent Foods, Firefly Lightings, Molten and Prime Channel takes a Holy Week break. Action will resume on April 18 here with Laguna-Sta. Rosa facing Batang Tagaytay at 4 p.m. and Spring Cooking Oil-Parañaque meeting Forward Taguig at 6.

    The scores:

    TAGUIG 89 -- Gragasin 19, Victoria 14, Abad 11, Legaspi 8, Santiago 6, Lustestica 6, Constantino 5, Castro 4, Patrimonio 4, Uy 3, Dulay 3, Dela Rosa 2, Aclon 2, Magsambol 2.

    LAGUNA 75 -- Nuqui 20, Domingo 13, Proceso 11, Intano 9, Alminario 7, Natividad 6, Uy 4, Nolasco 2, Baylon 0.

    Quarters: 19-18, 42-38, 66-48, 89-75.




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    NBC: Taguig routs Laguna
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    TAGUIG CITY — Mayor Freddie Tinga’s Forward Taguig flashed its old form to rout the Laguna-Sta. Rosa Pistons, 89-75, Sunday night in the Guerrero Brandy-NBC national basketball championship at the CP Tinga gym here.


    With their first win in two games, the Taguig cagers tied idle Batang Tagaytay for second place in the northern division while dealing the Pistons of Gov. Teresita "Ningning’’ Lazaro and Mayor Joey Katindig their third straight loss.

    After a slow start which saw them ahead by only four, 42-38, at the tum, coach Danny Gavierres’ Taguig boys exploded with 24 points while limiting their rivals to 10 in the third period to break the contest wide open.

    The tourney sponsored by Panasonic, Sulpicio Lines, Nature’s Spring Mineral Water, Spring Cooking Oil, Regent Foods, firefly Lightings, Molten and Prime Channel takes a Holy Week break.

    Action will resume on April 18 here with Laguna Sta. Rosa facing Batang Tagaytay at 4 p.m. and Spring Cooking Oil-Parañaque meeting Forward Taguig at 6.

    The scores:

    Taguig 89 — Gragasin 19, Victoria 14, Abad 11, Legaspi 8, Santiago 6, Lustestica 6, Constantino 5, Castro 4, Patrimonio 4, Uy 3, Dulay 3, Dela Rosa 2, Aclon 2, Magsambol 2.

    Laguna 75 — Nuqui 20, Domingo 13, Proceso 11, Intano 9, Alminario 7, Natividad 6, Uy 4, Aquino 3, Nolasco 2, Baylon 0

    Quarterscores: 19-18, 42-38, 66-48, 89-75.

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    Taguig nips Parañaque
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    TAGUIG CITY — Ex-pro Marlon Legaspi sparkled in his NBC debut Friday by helping Forward Taguig hold off Spring Cooking Oil-Parañaque, 81-78, in the 2006 Guerrero Brandy-National Basketball Conference championship at the C.P. Tinga gym here.


    With Marc Victoria taken out of the ballgame after sustaining a nose cut Following a mid-air collision with Spring’s Mar Reyes midway in the third period, Legaspi took over the chores from the post, scoring eight straight points for a 79-74 edge, 1:07 remaining.

    From there, the Cooking Oil Masters of NBC president Nathaniel "Tac’’ Padilla were able to score only from the stripes, with their last points coming from Marvin Yambao. Louie Abad finished the job for Mayor Freddie Tinga’s Taguig squad, sinking all his free throws before Spring’s Mark Yee pegged the final count at the buzzer.

    Taguig’s second win in three games gave it a share of top spot in the northern division with Tagaytay in the tourney sponsored by Panasonic, Sulpicio Lines, Nature’s Spring, Regent Foods, Spring Cooking Oil, Firefly Lightings and Prime Channel.

    Earlier, Bacchus/Harbour Centre-Manila rolled to its third straight victory after a 0-2 start by downing the Laguna-Sta. Rosa Pistons, 79-69.

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    Ozamiz five nips Iligan in NBC tilt

    First posted 01:41am (Mla time) April 25, 2006
    Inquirer



    Editor's Note: Published on page A23 of the April 25, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer


    ILIGAN CITY -- Defending champion Ozamiz repulsed Firefly Lightings-backed Iligan, 72-69, Sunday to remain as the only unbeaten team in the 2006 Guerrero Brandy-NBC national basketball championship at the packed MSU-ITT gym here.

    Billy Bansil sparkled in the playoff period to lead the Cotta Shrine cagers of Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog to their straight victory in the tourney sponsored by Panasonic, Sulpicio Lines, Nature’s Spring Mineral Water, Spring Cooking Oil, Regent Foods, Firefly Lightings, Molten and Prime Channel.

    Bansil finished with 19 points and 12 rebounds as he helped deal the crusaders of Mayor Lawrence Cruz and team manager Freddie Siao their third loss in seven games.

    The Crusaders started strong and erected double-digit leads. But Ozamiz hit its stride in the second canto, going on a 12-0 run to move ahead, 35-33, and then settled for a 38-35 halftime edge.

    Last season’s MVP, Christian Nicdao, and Ferdie Go sparked a 13-0 drive by Iligan to tie the score at 66, but the Ozamiz cagers steadied down the stretch to pull through.

    Iligan tied Gov. Manny Piñol’s North Cotabato Braves at second place in the southern division.

    The scores:

    OZAMIZ 72 -- Bansil 19, Alberto 10, Basco 10, Sampilo 9, Alvarado 7, Liangco 5, Guerrero 4, Cavan 2, Yabut 2, Lapera 0, Cabigkis 0.

    ILIGAN 69 -- Go 20, Nicdao 12, Hubalde 11, Ayodelled 11, Omiping 8, Sagad 2, Matias 2, Gandarosa 2, Canoy 2, Baguio 2, Kalaw 1, Taguines 0.

    Quarters: 15-21, 38-35, 60-46, 72-69



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    Tuesday, April 25, 2006
    Pangasinan Hundred Islands lost to Iloilo Warriors in basketball
    By Liway C. Manantan-Yparraguirre
    sunstar.com.ph

    URDANETA CITY -- The Pangasinan Hundred Islands team playing in this year's National Basketball Conference (NBC) experienced another debacle in its hometown

    This time, it bowed to the Iloilo City Warriors, 89-101. It was the Warrior's first win this season. The game was held at the Urdaneta City Sports Center Sunday night.



    Their next game in Pangasinan is scheduled on May 11. Team manager Rosendo So said the game will be held either in Dagupan City or in Lingayen.

    Despite the 1-3 win-loss standing, officials of the Pangasinan Basketball Corporation (PBC), which owns the team, are not losing hope.

    So acknowledged that the Islanders lack teamwork. He attributes this to the team being young. "Our team is only new in the NBC compared to other teams that are playing in the league for almost three years. So, there is only a need for our players to practice more," he said.

    So said the team was formed five days before the conference started. In the pool are eight Pangasinense players, one player each from the towns of Umingan, Basista, Villasis, Manaoag, and San Carlos City and three from Urdaneta City.

    He said part of PBC's plan is to have an all-Pangasinan team in the future.

    According to him, they are now forming the Pangasinan Amateur Basketball Association (Paba) that would scout and train underexposed but good Pangasinense basketball talents. In charge of the try-out is former Villasis mayor Ramon Morden.

    "There is no age bracket in the NBC, but in the Pangasinan Amateur Basketball Association, players who would like to undergo a try-out must be aged 18 to 25 years old," he said.

    Aside from So, other members of PBC are Representatives Arthur Celeste of the province's first district, Amado Espino of second district, Generoso DC, Tulagan of the third district, House Speaker Jose de Venecia Jr. of the fourth district, Mark Cojuangco of the fifth district, and Conrado Estrella III of the sixth district; Mayors Hernani Braganza of Alaminos City, Julian Resuello of San Carlos City, Amadeo Perez Jr. of Urdaneta City; and Dagupan City Vice Mayor Alvin Fernandez.

    Dagupan City Mayor Benjamin Lim is reportedly interested in joining the PBC.

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    North Cotabato trips Tagaytay
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    KIDAPAWAN, North Cotabato – Aided by a momentary break caused by hard rains outside the packed provincial capitol gym here, Gov. Manny Pinol’s North Cotabato Braves recovered their form to roll back the visiting Batang Tagaytay cagers, 83-64, Tuesday night in the 2006 Guerrero Brandy-NBC national basketball championship.


    The Tagaytay squad of NBC vice president and Mayor Bambol Tolentino was enjoying a double-digit lead when leaks rendered the floor slippery, forcing officials to halt the match.

    When the game resumed, the Braves furiously fought back behind their gunners, led by Marvin Martinez and Edu Allado, to grab the lead at the turn, 37-31.

    The Braves never looked back after that.

    Playmaker Nino Marquez, who sparked Tagaytay past Valencia Golden Harvest at the start of its southern swing the other day, still top-scored with 18, but he had difficulty producing throughout the match.

    The Braves raised their record to 5-3 in the southern division of the tourney sponsored by Panasonic, Sulpicio Lines, Nature’s Spring Mineral Water, Spring Cooking Oil, Regent Foods, Firefly Lightings, Molten and Prime Channel.

    Action resumes today with Taguig facing Bacchus/Harbour Centre-Manila at 5 p.m. at the EAC gym in Manila and defending champion Ozamiz Cotta meeting Valencia at 6 pm at Valencia’s gym.

    The scores:

    N. Cotabato 83 – Martinez 16, Allado 13, Tamayo 11, Regalado 9, Cabanog 8, Reyes 6, Ligue 5, Binas 4, Coldura 4, Jawod 3, Dagatan 2, Fortun 0, Del Norte 0

    Tagaytay 64 – Marquez 18, Robillos 13, Genido 9, Mallari 7, Finuliar 6, Mendoza 5, Reyes 5, Guiyab 2, Pelejera 0, Jorge 0

    Quarters: 12-15, 37-31, 58-47, 83-64

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