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  1. #21

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    will the games be televised? i see some PBL players such as kramer and escalona, will they still participate here?

  2. #22

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelex
    will the games be televised? i see some PBL players such as kramer and escalona, will they still participate here?
    Depende kung papayagan sila ng PBL team nila. Most likely, they will not play.

  3. #23

    Re: Homegrown College Edition

    Sana palaruin sila. Villavicencio mentioned on TV that kaya Wednesdays and Sundays ang laro kasi walang PBL. I for one would like to see the Ateneo 69 season UAAP team go against the DLSU suspended team. Baka tambakan natin hehe. Our Lady Eagles beat DLSU in the Unigames while our Eaglets of course are the champions.

  4. #24

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    Archers break long hiatus, battle Knights



    Inquirer
    Last updated 02:51am (Mla time) 11/04/2006

    Published on page A22 of the November 4, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

    LA SALLE breaks its yearlong hiatus when it takes on Letran today at the start of the Fil-Oil Flying V Homegrown Invitational Cup at the Philsports.

    The Archers, suspended for one year in the UAAP, will make their grand comeback via the fifth collegiate league this season outside the traditional NCAA and UAAP cage wars.

    Powered by four holdovers from the 2005 squad, La Salle will battle NCAA 2005 champ Letran at 4 p.m. even as this year's NCAA titlist San Beda tangles with UAAP runner-up Ateneo in the opener at 2 p.m.

    UAAP champ University of Santo Tomas locks horns with San Sebastian in the last game at 6 p.m.

    Tyrone Tang, Pocholo Villanueva, Rico Maierhofer and JV Casio will spearhead the Archers' coming-out party even as the Knights parade a decimated team in the absence of newly turned pros Boyet Bautista and Aaron Aban.

    La Salle also gets to break in newcomers like 6-foot-7 Marko Batricevic and guard Simon Atkins who are expected to spice up the Archers game.

    Sam Ekwe, the NCAA's Rookie-MVP awardee, will lead the Red Lions against the Eagles who will try to regain pride after yielding to UST in the UAAP final.

    Meanwhile, the Tigers will also try to make up for their first round loss in the Collegiate Champions League where they fell to Jose Rizal University.

    With Jojo Duncil, Jervy Cruz and Dylan Ababou in tow, UST will be in full force against the Stags, who will try to score an upset here after getting booted out of the NCAA Final Four.

    The meet is coming on the heels of the Fr. Martins Cup second conference, UAAP-NCAA Bantay Bata all-stars, Champions League and Uni-Games which all had the UAAP and NCAA big shots in a merry mix-up for prestige.

    Fr. Martin's Cup champion Far Eastern University will see action on Nov. 15 along with Champions League titlist University of the East. Marc Anthony Reyes



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  5. #25

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    Eagles face Lions in Homegrown Cup opener

    The Philippine Star 11/04/2006

    A three-game bill, featuring San Beda against Ateneo, ushers in the Filoil-Flying V Homegrown Invitational Cup today at the Philsports Arena.

    NCAA defending champion Red Lions and the 2006 UAAP finalist Blue Eagles clash at 2 p.m. after a brief opening ceremony where telecommunications mogul Manny V. Pangilinan, alumnus of both San Beda and Ateneo, is the guest speaker.

    At 4 p.m., the Letran Knights battle the comebacking De La Salle Green Archers, while the San Sebastian Stags take on reigning UAAP champion Santo Tomas U Growling Tigers at 6 p.m.

    Bracketed in Group A are Ateneo, Letran, Far Eastern, Jose Rizal and UST. In Group B are La Salle, San Beda, SSC, University of the East and University of the Philippines.

    Backed by Millennium Plans, Gerry’s Grill, Studio 23, UABS Car Rental Services, RJ 100, Pepsi, Franz Burger and Filpride-USA 88, ACCEL Sports and Nescafe, the tournament will employ a crossover elimination round format where teams from one group face teams from the other once, completing four games apiece.

    The top two teams from each group clash in an inter-group semifinal, with the winners disputing the championship worth P100,000. Second place gets P60,000 and third P40,000.

    Leading the Red Lions are 6-7 Nigerian center Sam Ekwe and Yousif Aljamal, while high-leaping JC Intal and forward Doug Kramer power the Blue Eagles.

    Fiel Dino Daa banners the Knights, while the Green Archers will rely on Ty Tang, JC Casio and Rico Maierhofer.

    Mark Borboran leads the Red Warriors, while the Growling Tigers will hear it from Joselito Duncil.

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  6. #26

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    Homegrown Cup tilt starts quest for best college team
    mb.com.ph





    THE LONG wait to determine the country’s No. 1 homegrown collegiate team is over.



    A three-game bill, featuring San Beda against Ateneo, ushers in the start of the Fil Oil-Flying V Homegrown Invitational Cup today at the Philsports Arena.

    The reigning NCAA champion Red Lions and the 2006 UAAP finalist Blue Eagles clash at 2 p.m. after a brief opening ceremony where telecommunications mogul Manny V. Pangilinan, an alumnus of both San Beda and Ateneo, has been invited to be the guest speaker.

    At 4 p.m., the Letran Knights battle the comebacking De La Salle Green Archers, while the San Sebastian Stags take on the reigning UAAP champion Santo Tomas Growling Tigers at 4 p.m.

    Bracketed in Group A are Ateneo, Letran, Far Eastern, Jose Rizal and UST. In Group B are La Salle, San Beda, San Sebastian, University of the East and University of the Philippines

    Backed by Millennium Plans, Gerry’s Grill, Studio 23, UABS Car Rental Services, RJ 100, Pepsi, Franz Burger and Filpride – USA 88, ACCEL Sports and Nescafe, the tournament will employ a crossover elimination round format where teams from one group face teams from the other once, completing four games apiece.

    The top two teams from each group clash in an intergroup semifinals, with the winners disputing the championship worth R100,000. Second place gets R60,000 and the third placer R40,000.

    Tickets, according to Commissioner Virgil Villavicencio, are available at all SM TicketNet outlets or at the ULTRA box office. Interested parties may also contact Filoil-Flying V Sports representatives Dan Noguera (0927-4036443) or Jack Santos (0922-4860505).

    Leading the Red Lions are 6-foot-8 Nigerian center Sam Ekwe and Yousif Aljamal, while high-leaping JC Intal and forward Doug Kramer power the Blue Eagles.

    Fiel Dino Daa banners the Knights, while the Green Archers will rely on Ty Tang, JC Casio, Rico Maierhofer to get them rolling after a year-long standoff.

    Mark Borboran leads the Red Warriors, while the Growling Tigers will hear it from Joselito Duncil, UST’s overtime hero during the championship game with Ateneo, main man Jervy Cruz, and Anthony Espiritu.


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  7. #27

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    Archers shade Knights in OT; Lions nip Eagles

    By Marc Anthony Reyes
    Inquirer
    Last updated 05:25am (Mla time) 11/05/2006

    Published on page A27 of the November 5, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

    DE La Salle prevailed in overtime while San Beda won the battle of teams with depleted lineups at the start of the Fil-Oil Flying V Homegrown Invitational Cup yesterday at the PhilSports Arena in Pasig.

    The Archers, starring rookie Bader Malabes, rolled back the Letran Knights in extra time, 78-71, to keep in step with the Red Lions, who slipped past the Ateneo Eagles, 59-56.

    Pong Escobal picked up the slack left by the absent Sam Ekwe and Yousif Aljamal to fire 18 points for San Beda although it was Rogie Menor, who clinched the win with a steal and two free throws in the dying seconds of play.

    Ateneo, the UAAP runner-up behind University of San Tomas, also missed key men JC Intal, Macky Escalona and Doug Kramer.

    Malabes, elevated from the Archers’ Team B, shot 16 points, including four three-pointers in the fourth quarter, and added another triple that gave La Salle a 72-66 cushion in the extension.

    Rico Maierhofer earlier made two free throws to give La Salle a 61-61 deadlock with 42 seconds left that stood at the end of regulation play as Letran forward Rafael Jazul and La Salle guard TY Tang bungled their respective attempts to break the tie.

    Point guard Jose Antonio Reyes, who is being groomed as Ateneo skipper in the next UAAP season, hit a running jumper to shove the Eagles to within 56-57 in the final 45 seconds.

    After Escobal missed a jumper with 23 seconds to go, Ateneo blew its final offensive when Aurelio Escueta miscalculated an inside pass to Martin Enrique Quimson, who lost the ball to Menor with 6.4 seconds to go.

    The 6-foot-2 forward Menor then went for a drive but was fouled with just .8 seconds on the game clock.

    Menor made both charities to finish with 10 points on top of 10 rebounds.

    With the Red Lions’ 1-2 punch out of the picture, Escobal provided the lift they needed, flicking in a three-pointer and a foul-counted late in the furious third quarter where San Beda took the lead for good after trailing the Eagles most of the way.

    The 6-foot-8 Ekwe was seen in plainclothes cheering from the gallery, while Aljamal was absent.

    That provided the lesser lights to shine. And the Davao City dribbler proved to be the brightest, dishing out seven assists, while Rogie Menor chipped in 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Red Lions.

    The scores:

    First Game

    SAN BEDA 59—Escobal 18, Menor 13, Angeles 11, Tecson 5, Gamalinda 4, Antonio 4, Maggay 2, Sarangay 2, Taganas 0, Galinato 0, Taupa 0, Evangelista 0.

    ATENEO 56—Reyes 11, Arao 11, Laterre 9, Quimson 7, Baclao 4, Baldos 3, Escueta 3, De Guzman 3, Uichico 3, Monfort 2, Baracoso 0.

    Quarters: 14-12, 24-26, 42-40, 59-56.

    Second Game

    LA SALLE 78—Malabes 20, Casio 12, Maierhofer 11, Barua 11, Co 9, Tang 6, Atkins 3, Cua 2, Mangahas 2, Walsham 2, Batrisevic 0.

    LETRAN 71—Faundo 18, Guevarra 11, Daa 9, Balneg 8, Jazul 8, Melegrito 5, Ranises 3, Dangcal 3, Foronda 3, Del Rosario 2, Quinday 1, Cabonse 0.

    Quarters: 12-14, 28-32, 37-43, 61-61 (regulation), 78-71

  8. #28

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    Lions mangle Eagles

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    Games Nov.12 (PhilSports Arena) 12 p.m. – ADMU vs DLSU (w) 2 p.m. – ADMU vs LSGH (jrs.) 4 p.m. – ADMU vs DLSU (srs.) 6 p.m. – SSC vs UST



    THE SAN Beda Red Lions demonstrated why they are the defending National Collegiate champions yesterday, showing no fear for a cross-league finalist in turning back the Ateneo Blue Eagles, 59-56, at the start of the FilOil-Flying V Homegrown Cup at the PhilSports Arena.

    John Paul Escobal had 18 points and seven assists, while shooter Alexander Angeles buried a key three-point shot to shatter a 54-all count with 57 seconds remaining.

    Ateneo point guard Jai Reyes cut the deficit with a running shot and the Blue Eagles gained possession after a miss by Escobal.

    But they turned the ball over setting up the go-ahead play and the Red Lions celebrated their nerve-fraying escape.

    The Eagles were without key stars Doug Kramer, JC Intal and Mark Anthony Escalona.

    Backed by Millennium Plans, Gerry’s Grill, Studio 23, UABS Car Rental Services, RJ 100, Pepsi, Franz Burger and FilprideUSA 88, ACCEL Sports and Nescafe, the tourney now awaits the clash between bitter rivals De La Salle and Ateneo on Nov. 12.

    The Blue Eagles found themselves trailing early 11-2 against the Red Lions who didn’t play an injured San Ekwe, their 6-foot-8 Nigerian center.

    But with head coach Norman Black watching from the special ringside section, allowing his coaching staff to handle the team, Ateneo, behind Claiford Arao, a former San Beda juniors star, clawed back to turn the game into a nailbiter.

    A brief opening ceremony preceded the games.

    Bacolod Rep. Monico Puentevella paid tribute to the ideals of league organizers, saying "this truly is a gathering of champions."

    The scores:

    SBC 59 – Escobal 18, Menor 13, Angeles 11, Tecson 5, Gamalinda 4, Antonio 4, Magay 2, Saranay 2, Taganas 0, Galinato 0, Taupa 0, Evangelista 0.

    ADMU 56 – Reyes 11, Arao 11, Laterre 9, Quimzon 7, Baclao 4, Baldos 3, Escueta 2, De Guzman 3, Uichico 3, Monfort 2, Baracoso 0.

    Quarters: 14-12, 24-26, 42-40, 59-56.

  9. #29

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    Ateneo, La Salle finally face off in Homegrown tilt

    The Philippine Star 11/08/2006

    Arch rivals the Ateneo Blue Eagles and La Salle Green Archers collide in a much-awaited showdown in the Filoil- Flying V Homegrown Invitational Cup this Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Ultra.

    The Eagles in the last 68th UAAP season, never won a game against the Archers. Furthermore, they missed the 69th UAAP championship by a hairline to the UST Growling Tigers.

    The comebacking La Salle squad, on the other hand, wants to prove that it is still one of the best in amateur basketball. The Archers are raring to prove against their archrival that their previous victories were no flukes and that they can win again.

    Ateneo’s core is the future team of 2007 led by Jai Reyes, Cris Tiu and Zion Laterre. The team will be reinforced with JC Intal who would like to play a final game against La Salle before moving on to the pros.

    La Salle, on the other hand, will parade old reliable cagers like Rico Maierhoffer, JV Casio and TY Tang.

    A lot of revelations have been put in the open with the opening game of both teams. Against San Beda, Eagles Ford Arao and Laterre stood out. Arao, surprised the crowd with his performance of 11 points and 8 rebounds. Laterre also showed his rebounding prowess by grabbing 10 boards.

    Expect homegrown talents like Reyes, Ken Barracoso and Johann Uichico to show their worth for the Eagles.

    The Archers also bared future Archer stars as DLSU defeated Letran in a tightly fought contest that had to be decided in overtime. Homegrown Green and White cagers, Simon David Atkins, Marko Batrevic and James Meneses will also give it their all come game time.

    Preceding the main Ateneo-La Salle game are the Ateneo Lady Eagles vs the La Salle Lady Archers for the 12 nn tiff, followed by the Ateneo HS (defending UAAP champs) vs the LSGH Greenies at 2 p.m.

  10. #30

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    ADMU is heavily favored to win over DLSU on Sunday for all three games scheduled. The Lady Eagles, aside from having the experience of the recent UAAP wars, are primed to repeat their Unigames victory over the Lady Archers who like their male counterparts, are simply not in 'UAAP-shape'. The Blue Eaglets, on the other hand, are the UAAP CHAMPIONS! What chance will the NCAA La Salle Green Hills' team, who did not even make the NCAA Final Four this year, have to beat the Champion team?

    As to the men's senior team, ADMU is not only battle hardened but have included key members of their team B which just recently defeated the same DLSU team playing on Sunday in the recently concluded FMC2 tournament. For one, since the start of the suspension, the team has not had a single practise wherein the team was complete. The lack of pracise and conditioning has led to various injuries and ailments. Yet this is NO excuse as the Archers will play the best they can dish out at this time on Sunday. I feel, however, it will be sorely lacking in the face of the highly motivated Eagles. The return of Intal, Kramer, Escalona and Tiu in the roster augers for at least a 20 ppoint blow out of the Greens. But, the Archers will be there to give it their best as of this time. Nothing more can be expected from them.

    In short, all these three games are stacked up in favor of ADMU. For the Blues, it will be their chance to see their teams easily rout their respective counterparts form La Salle. This is a given. When was the last time this has happened? For us Greens, it's just a chance to come together after a long time and cheer on the team. Nothing more, nothing less is expected considering the preparation level of both teams. So be it. The Blues should find satisfaction from their teams this Sunday. But should be the Greens who look forward to UAAP 70.

    Finally, a break from all that cut and paste of newspaper articles.
    ...it will always be...AN1MO LA SALLE!!!


 
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