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    Re: Other dominant collegiate teams outside of Metro Manila

    University of Northern Philippines in Ilocos Sur have been dominant force in the basketball event in the Region 1 SCUAA. Yung university high school mahirap manalo.Runners-up ata ang best finish namin. Don't know if there was a year they were defeated in the championship. Heard they qualified for the PCCL in Baguio.
    "The end justifies the means"-from Machiavelli? Nope.  :D

  2. #42

    Re: Other dominant collegiate teams outside of Metro Manila

    Quote Originally Posted by maroonmartian
    University of Northern Philippines in Ilocos Sur have been dominant force in the basketball event in the Region 1 SCUAA. Yung university high school mahirap manalo.Runners-up ata ang best finish namin. Don't know if there was a year they were defeated in the championship. Heard they qualified for the PCCL in Baguio.
    For high school teams, I believe Sacred Heart School in Cebu City is also a force to reckon with...

  3. #43

    Re: Other dominant collegiate teams outside of Metro Manila

    Quote Originally Posted by superboy
    Quote Originally Posted by maroonmartian
    University of Northern Philippines in Ilocos Sur have been dominant force in the basketball event in the Region 1 SCUAA. Yung university high school mahirap manalo.Runners-up ata ang best finish namin. Don't know if there was a year they were defeated in the championship. Heard they qualified for the PCCL in Baguio.
    For high school teams, I believe Sacred Heart School in Cebu City is also a force to reckon with...
    Sacred Heart, UV and Cebu Eastern College dominate the Cebu high school league
    Cebu will be a stronger power in basketball very soon...
    Sulong Sri Vijaya!

  4. #44

    Re: Other dominant collegiate teams outside of Metro Manila

    SWU Cobras...No less!

  5. #45
    From spin.ph ___

    CdSL Griffins look to finish off CEU Scorpions in UCBL finals

    From: The Wires

    COLEGIO de San Lorenzo looks to sweep defending champion Centro Escolar University on Monday in the Universities and Colleges Basketball League Finals at the Olivarez Sports Center in Para?aque City.

    After taking the opener of their best-of-three title series with ease, 86-78, the Griffins are fully motivated to apply the finishing touches in their 1 p.m. showdown and secure the crown.

    CdSL coach Boni Garcia is expecting CEU to give it all they have got.

    "Closing out any series is the hardest thing to do," he said. "We have to be more intense and motivated than them since they are expected to give it their all."

    Aside from Beninese import Soulemane Chabi Yo, Garcia can also count on local big men like Charles Callano and Jon Gabriel and gunner Jan Formento.

    While Chabi Yo and Gabriel produced solid all-around numbers, Formento was deadly from afar, firing 12 points, including a back-breaking triple in the crunch that enabled them to hold off CEU’s searing rally ignited by guards Orlan Wamar and Judel Fuentes.

    "If we want to stay alive, we have to come up with a better collective performance," said CEU coach Yong Garcia. "We cannot rely on Orlan alone. Everybody has to do their part on both sides of the floor."

    The league will also fete this season’s top performers in a short yet colorful awarding ceremonies set at 12 p.m.

    Jorey Napoles of Technological Institute of the Philippines, reigning league MVP Dominck Fajardo of Bulacan State University and the sweet-shooting Wamar are among those top candidates for the highest individual award.

    Chabi Yo, along with Senegalese counterpart Adama Diakhite of Diliman College and CEU’s Congolese center Rod Ebondo, are vying for the Best Foreign Student Athlete plum.
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI

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    San Lorenzo Griffins sweep CEU Scorpions to clinch UCBL crown

    From: The Wires November 27, 2017, 04:30 pm

    COLEGIO de San Lorenzo got clutch baskets from Charles Callano down the stretch and the Griffins completed a two-game sweep of the Universities and Colleges Basketball League finals with a 71-65 win over the Centro Escolar University Scorpions on Monday at the Olivarez Sports Center in Para?aque City.

    While it was Jan Formento who led all scorers for the Griffins, it was guard Callano who delivered the lethal blows as the Griffins dethroned the Scorpions.

    The Griffins, mentored by Boni Garcia, took the opener 86-78.

    Formento, who sparked the team's decisive breakaway in the middle quarters, finished with 23 points spiked by five triples while the 5-foot-7 Callano added 19 points, including a lay-up off a counter steal against CEU counterpart Judel Fuentes for a 69-63 lead with 23.8 seconds left.

    "This means a lot," said Garcia, recalling the pain when the Scorpions eliminated them in the semifinals last year. "Before we arrived here, I told my players to dream that they're cutting the net, they?re celebrating with their teammates and our fans. Just dream of being the champions and we will all work hard for it. I think they were inspired by that."

    Big man Soulemane Chabi Yo was also at his usual best, coming through with 12 points, 15 rebounds, four blocks and three assists to validate his winning the Best Foreign Player award.

    Technological Institute of the Philippines star Jorey Napoles was named as the tournament MVP.

    The 6-foot-3 Napoles was joined in the Mythical Team by last year's MVP Dominck Fajardo and Paul de la Cruz of Bulacan State University, Diliman College's Jerico Mondala and Rommel Saliente of newcomer Lyceum-Batangas.

    The scores:

    San Lorenzo 71 - Formento 23, Callano 19, Chabi Yo 12, Gabriel 6, Rojas 5, Sablan 4, Alvarado 2, Ancheta 0, Laman 0.

    CEU 65 - Fuentes 21, Manlangit 20, Wamar 8, Arim 7, Caballero 4, Demigaya 2, Guinitaran 2, Umeanozie 1, Baconcon 0, Cruz 0.

    Quarterscores: 20-13; 36-25; 55-47; 71-65.
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI

  7. #47
    Sablan is an ex-Tiger and is a son of ex-Tigers coach Boy Sablan. Chabby Yo is the highly-sought import. Gabriel is their veteran big who is known in the commercial circuit

  8. #48

    Saint Dominic Savio College Unicorns

    Well technically, the school is within Metro Manila but it is really very close to the border with Bulacan!

    Tryouts for SAINT DOMINIC SAVIO COLLEGE

    For players aged 18 to 24 years old

    April 2 to 30, 2018

    Monday, Wednesday and Friday

    9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

    Mountain View Subdivision, Quirino Highway, Caloocan City

    Look for Coach Ringo P. Jimenez
    +63 956 395-4350
    http://m.me/ringo.jimenez.3


 
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