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  1. #21

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association

    Wednesday, September 24, 2008
    WNU eyes 10th Nopsscea basketball title
    Eyeing its 10th straight collegiate basketball title, West Negros University Mustangs thrashed University of St. La Salle, 93-59, and routed ABE-International Business College, 125-60, to post a 2-0 win-loss record in the ongoing NOPSSCEA games.

    But the Mustangs have to share the top spot at the moment with Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod which has a similar 2-0 card after outplaying University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos on the opening day, 68-59, and dealing USLS its second loss via an 86-72 decision Monday.

    The Mustangs and the Eagles will part ways on Oct. 4 as they face each other in the 3 p.m. match-up at the Po Hang gym of Tay Tung High School in Bacolod City.

    The UNO-R Rams, which opened its campaign this year with an overwhelming 146-33 win against ABE-IBC fizzled out in their game against the CSA-B Eagles despite a 17-14 first quarter lead.

    Mentored by Ireneo Morales, the Rams will face the Mustangs of coach Jack Tumayan on Sept. 28 in the 3 p.m. game at the Po Hang gym before winding up the first round against USLS on Oct. 5.

    Meanwhile, the junior Stingers gave the La Salle basketball team something to celebrate in the secondary department as it drubbed Maranatha Christian College, 84-38, while St. John’s Institute remains on course of its bid to capture the title this year with a dominating 64-55 taming of St. Joseph School-La Salle.

    Competition in secondary basketball continues to heat up as Mansilingan Christian Academy and Bacolod Christian Center face a possible sanction from the tournament officials after engaging in a free-for-all in its Sept. 20 game at the Negros Occidental Multi-Purpose Activity Center.

    Young cagers from St. Sebastian International School, on the other hand, nipped St. Rose of Lima, 56-55, while Silay Institute downed Christian Academy of Bacolod 80-28, and UNO-R dumped St. Benilde School, 74-33.

    In Monday’s games, SJI was simply too powerful for MCC as the Johnians cruised to an easy 83-24 win while USLS junior Stingers route La Consolacion School Gardenville, 92-50 and Don Bosco Technical Institute beat CSA-B, 68-49, in other high school encounter.

    Basketball results from the elementary games showed Trinity Christian School stopping St. Theresa Academy of Silay, 67-29; DBTI blasting CSA-B, 53-44; and UNO-R outclassing BCC, 62-30.

    Jack and Jill-PHHC captured the attention of basketball followers with a convincing 62-38 win against MCA while SBS young cagers overwhelmed Jack and Jill-City Heights, 47-27.

    A five-point triumph of BCC against JJS-CH, 52-47, gave the squad its first win in the grade school department while SBS stopped MCA, 61-40. UNO-R encountered little problems in taming CAB, 61-44 while SJI destroyed Tangub Christian Academy, 115-38.

    Secondary and elementary basketball games will be played everyday until Sept. 28 at the NOMPAC at the Capitol grounds.*NAB

  2. #22

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association

    September 24, 2008
    Mustangs, Eagles Share NOPSSCEA Basketball Lead
    By Cyrus Garde

    West Negros University and Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod, with similar 2-0 record, are looking forward to part ways when they collide on October 4 at 3 p.m. at Po Hang gym of Bacolod Tay Tung High School.

    The Mustangs trampled on University of St. La Salle 93-59 in opening day at the Stingers’ homecourt and toyed with ABE-International Business College, 125-60 last Monday.

    The Eagles, meanwhile, have an impressive debut with an emphatic win over University of Negros Occidental Recoletos, 68-59 on Sunday. The Augustinians continued to shine as it frustrated the Stingers, 86-72 Monday sending Coach Troy Arabia’s charges down 0-2.

    UNO-R, which opened the season with a bang downing ABE-IBC, 146-33 failed to stop the high-flying Eagles putting its quest in question if it can beat the big ones in college basketball. The Rams led 17-14 in the first quarter and managed to tie at 30-all at half.

    Then Rogie Gelasan soared and scored 17 of his 19 points in the final half and the UNORians played catch up ball. Coach Ireneo Morales boys will face Jack Tumayan’s race horses on September 28 at 3p.m. at Po Hang before winding up the first round against USLS on October 5.

    Other results in basketball saw USLS beating Maranatha Christian College, 84-38, St John’s Institute drubbing St. Joseph School-La Salle, 55-64 in secondary basketball.

    Mansilingan Christian Academy and Bacolod Christian Center are scheduled for sanction after engaging in a free-for-all. St. Sebastian International School nipped St. Rose of Lima, 56-55; Silay Institute downed Christian Academy of Bacolod 80-28; UNO-R clipped St. Benilde School, 74-33.

    SJI beat MCC 83-24, USLS stung La Consolacion School Gardenville, 92-50 and Don Bosco Technical Institute walloped CSA-B, 68-49 in other high school encounter.

    In the elementary division, Trinity Christian School stopped St. Theresa Academy of Silay, 67-29; Don Bosco blasted CSA-B, 53-44; UNO-R was too much for BCC, 62-30. Jack and Jill-PHHC took notice with a convincing victory over MCA, 62-38 while SBS tamed Jack and Jill-City Heights, 47-27.

    BCC broke into the win column with a close 52-47 triumph over JJ-CH, SBS burned MCA 61-40; UNO-R had little resistance against CAB, 61-44 and SJI demolished Tangub Christian Academy 115-38.

    Games everyday until September 28 among elementary and high school boys are played at the Negros Occidental Multi-Purpose Activity Center at the Capitol Grounds.

    Referees from BAP and BAREG are covering this year’s basketball competitions.*

  3. #23

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association

    September 29, 2008
    Mustangs, Eagles to Part Ways Saturday

    With both carrying three straight wins, defending champion West Negros University Mustangs and Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod are going to part ways in the NOPSSCEA collegiate basketball tournament when they meet on October 4, 2008 , Saturday at 3:00 p.m. at Po Hang Gym of Bacolod Tay Tung High School.

    Although they meet for the first time in this single round-robin elimination, still it will not affect their chances for a showdown in the championship in this 5-team collegiate basketball competition in this year’s NOPSSCEA.

    Both team won their respective assignment yesterday. The Eagles demolished ABE International Business College , 158-68, while the Mustangs escaped with a hairline against University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos Rams, 90-88.

    The Rams only win was against ABE-IBC, 146-33 on September 14, but lost to the Eagles on September 21 and the Mustangs yesterday.

    University of St. La Salle Stingers remain winless, losing both to the Eagles and the Mustangs. It is expected to get past ABE-IBC when they meet on Saturday also.

    The Mustangs is seeking their 10th NOPSSCEA title this year.

    Hostilities in the elementary and secondary levels still continue with the last known schedule matches will be on Sunday, October 5, according to tournament director Henry Doble.

    He said, the next scheduled matches are already scheduled but availability of the venues is still to be decided.

    Competition of other sports events are already finished while others still ongoing. Events that were already finish are athletics, badminton, football, karatedo, lawn tennis, sepak takraw, swimming, table tennis and taek-wondo.*

  4. #24

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association

    Friday, October 3, 2008
    WNU, CSA-B eye
    4th basketball victory

    Alfie Villariza scored 40 points, 33 from the three-point area as West Negros University Mustangs nipped University of Negros Occidental Recoletos, 90-88, to register its third win as the Mustangs prepare for its encounter tomorrow against Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod in the ongoing NOPSSCEA basketball competition.

    The Eagles area challenging the Mustangs long reign in NOPSSCEA and will report into tomorrow’s duel toting an equally impressive 3-0 win-loss card.

    The Mustangs and Eagles will dispute the leadership at 3 p.m. at the Po Hang gym following the USLS - ABE-IBC match at 1:30 p.m. The Stingers, who are heavily favored to win the game, will face UNO-R on Sunday as the first round in collegiate rivalry ends.

    In the game against UNO-R, the Mustangs led all throughout, 27-26, 58-44, 75-66 until the Rams picked up the tempo for a 22-15 windup – its best endgame so far in the tournament.

    Second round basketball action among the college teams starts Oct. 6 with UNO-R expecting another easy win over ABE-IBC at 1:30 p.m. followed by the USLS vs. CSA-B match-up at 3 p.m.

    Tournament format is double round robin elimination with the team landing at No. 4 in the standings taking on No. 3 with the winner challenging the No. 2 team. Whoever prevails will dispute the championship against No. 1 team which enjoys a twice-to-beat advantage.*NAB

  5. #25

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association

    Monday, October 6, 2008
    WNU cagers beat
    CSA-B in Nopsscea

    The West Negros University Mustangs are well on their way to clinching their 10th NOPSSCEA collegiate basketball after Jack Tumayan and his wards beat Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod, 73-57, Saturday at the Po Hang Gym in Bacolod City for their 4-0 win-loss card after the first round.

    Playing minus last year’s key men Vengie Vergara and Ely Olarte, who are trying their luck in the PBL this year, the Mustangs remain resolute in their resolve to keep the NOPSSCEA crown as they continue to crash every contender thrown their way.

    While they managed to convincingly foil CSA-B’s bid to wrestle the lead, WNU five had a little scare last week in its 90-88 win against University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos.

    Meanwhile, University of St. La Salle Stingers seemed to have found their winning ways as they silenced the UNO-R Rams, 80-77, via a buzzer-beater three-point shot from Boy Caro yesterday at the Po Hang gym.

    Trailing behind UNO-R all throughout the game, USLS suddenly applied the full court press in the final minutes of the play to rattle the Rams’ offense.

    Caro made his miracle three-pointer with 0.7 left in the game clock.

    With the win, USLS placed third in the team standings with 2-2 win-loss card while UNO-R slipped to fourth with 1-3 record while ABE-IBC remained winless.*NAB

  6. #26

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association

    Wednesday, October 8, 2008
    WNU Mustangs too
    strong for rivals


    Another game, another win. Seeing West Negros University Mustangs demolishing their opponents in the NOPPSCEA collegiate basketball has become so monotonous that even tournament officials are resigned to the idea that WNU is on its way to claiming its 10th crown in the annual games.

    The Mustangs were at it again yesterday, toying with ABE-International Business College, 133-50, to notch its fifth victory and keep is unblemished record.

    But while WNU dribblers had another win tucked away, Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod Eagles have to rely on the high-level performance of Rogie Gelasan and Rommel Tuyo to subdue University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos, 85-72, in their match-up yesterday.

    Gelasan scored 25 points while Tuyo made 23 marks as Ram Alvarez led UNO-R with 24 points, 15 of which from the arc.

    Despite the loss, UNO-R will try to improve its 2-4 win-loss card today when it goes up against WNU in the 3 p.m. game. La Salle Stingers also hope to share the second spot with the Eagles when they face ABE-IBC in the first game.

    Meanwhile, former NOPPSCEA standout and Mustang player Nonoy Baclao of the Ateneo Blue Eagles will not be playing for any team in the Philippine Basketball League this season.

    WNU committee on sports management and development chairman Anthony Carlo Agustin said Baclao was advised by his doctors to rest his knees and to concentrate on his studies.

    Baclao, who was named Finals MVP in the recent UAAP 71st season, was among the Ateneo players handpicked by Hapee Toothpaste for its PBL title-campaign this year.

    Before he joined the Blue Eagles, Baclao played for West Negros College high school team in the NOPSSCEA 2003-2004 where the Junior Mustangs took the crown. The same year, Baclao graduated from WNC high school with above 90 average grades.

    He joined the WNC collegiate team in 2006 and steered the team to victories in the UNIGAMES and the BAP National Student Basketball championship held in Bicol.

    Also trying to carve their names in big leagues in Manila are former Mustangs Vengie Vergara and Ely Olarte.

    Both players were also drafted by the Hapee nd Olarte is close to signing a contract with the team, a report from Manila said yesterday.*NAB

  7. #27

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association

    Friday, October 10, 2008
    WNU Mustangs firm up Champions League stint
    By Henry C. Villalva

    REIGNING collegiate NOPSSCEA champions West Negros University Mustangs posted their sixth straight victory in the ongoing 2008 NOPSSCEA men's basketball competition.

    With a 99-81 victory over the University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos Rams last Wednesday at the Po Hang Gym of Bacolod Tay Tung High School, the win served to firm up the Mustangs' lofty billing as the No. 1 Bacolod team.

    The team is going into the 2008 Philippine Collegiate Champions League Western Visayas regional eliminations that reel off on October 18 and 19 at the WNU Gym hosted by the LNA7 Sports Foundation Inc. chaired by Anthony Carlo Agustin.

    Also last Wednesday, the University of St. La Salle Stingers demolished ABE-IBC, 111-63.

    Also at the Po Hang Gym, Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod Eagles won by default over ABE-IBC while the WNU Mustangs scored their seventh straight win in the series via a 94-60 demolition of the USLS Stingers.

    The collegiate team standings now have WNU on top at 7-0, CSA-B 5-2, USLS 4-3, UNO-R 2-5 and ABE-IBC 0-8.

    Games on Friday at the University of St. La Salle Coliseum pit the USLS Stingers against the UNO-R Rams at 1PM followed by the game between WNU and CSA-B at 3 o'clock, marking the last day of the double elimination round, said tournament manager Henry Doble.

    On Saturday, Oct. 11, high school division quarterfinal games reel off at 8AM with Bracket A No. 1 and defending champion Silay Institute taking on Bracket d No. 2 St. Joseph's School-La Salle. At 10 o'clock, it will be the collegiate division No. 4 team against the No. 3 team at the University of St. La Salle Coliseum.

    In the afternoon at the Neg. Occ. Multi-Purpose Activity Center (NOMPAC), it will be MCA versus WNU at 2:30PM and USLS versus LCC-Main at 4 o'clock while at the USLS-IS covered court, it will be Tangub Christian Academy against UNO-R at 6PM.

    In the afternoon, it will be the elementary division semi-finals starting at 1:30PM with University of St. La Salle-Integrated School against St. John's Institute while at 3 o'clock, Bacolod Tay Tung High School will go up against University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos.

    It will thus be the WNU Mustangs against the No. 2 Iloilo team which is John B. Lacson Maritime University on the first day of the Collegiate Champions League regional elims at the WNU Gym while the No. 2 Bacolod team, most likely the CSA-B Eagles, tangles against Iloilo's No. 1 University of Iloilo on the same day with the first day winners clashing against each other and the losers also taking on each other on the second day to determine the final placement of teams.

  8. #28

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association

    October 10, 2008
    Secondary, Elementary Set Q’terfinals and Semis in NOPSSCEA

    The secondary and elementary basketball tournaments in the Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports, Cultural and Educational Association (NOPSSCEA) are set to end this week with scheduled quarterfinals and semifinals for the two divisions respectively.

    On Saturday, October 11, six pairs of contending, schools will face separate opponents in order to advance to the next level and the championship.

    In the secondary quarterfinals; defending champion Silay Institute battles t. Joseph School-La Salle at 8 a.m., University of St. La Salle coliseum; Mansilingan Christian Academy versus West Negros University at NOMPAC at 2:30 pm; University of St. La Salle against La Consolacion College-Main, 4pm at USLS-Integrated School Covered Court and Tangub Christian Academy and University of Negros Occidental - Recoletos at 6 p.m., same venue.

    In the elementary semifinals, the matches are University of St. La Salle versus St. John’s Institute at Po Hang gym and Bacolod Tay Tung High School against UNO-R at 3pm in the same venues.

    Tournament director is Henry Doble.*

  9. #29

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association

    Monday, October 13, 2008
    Mustangs claim 10th
    straight basketball title


    The reign of West Negros University in NOPSSCEA college basketball continues as the Mustangs clinched their 10th straight title yesterday after a heart-stopping last two minutes in the championship game against Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod at the Po Hang Gym in Bacolod City.

    With their unbeaten record in the double-round elimination where the Mustangs beat the CSA-B Eagles twice, the NOPSSCEA basketball crowd was expecting another lopsided match but the Agustinians came out fighting hard.

    “They (CSA-B) put in a very high level of performance in the last minute and we missed some of our shots. Still, I am satisfied with the overall outcome of our play,” WNU champion coach Jack Tumayan said after the game.

    He added that the Mustangs will continue to train hard to keep the winning streak and they will double their effort next year to capture the team’s 11th crown.

    With the other teams in the NOPSSCEA building up their own lineup, Tumayan said the Mustangs can not afford to be complacent.

    The winning-coach was referring the missed shots his wards made in the final half that allowed the Eagles to grab the lead.

    Trailing the Mustangs in the early goings of the game, the Eagles got hot at the start of the third quarter and traded shots with the defending champs.

    With less than a minute left in the quarter, CSA-B posted a three-point lead, 55-52, to momentarily throw off course the Mustangs. But Ryan Flores hit a trey to equalize with 21.6 seconds left in the clock.

    Flexing their muscles in the final chapter, WNU managed to get the game under control and was slowly building up their lead but CSA-B’s Rojie Gelasan’s three-point play with 2:59 left tied the game at 64-all to send the whole Eagle’s bench on their feet cheering for their five men on court.

    Capitalizing on a miss from WNU’s side in the ensuing play, the Eagles found themselves on top at 71-70 to send a chill down the spine of the defending champions.

    But Mustang Alfie Villariza remained level-headed and took matters into his own hands.

    Known for his winning three-pointers, the diminutive Villariza unleashed one of his rainbow shot that found its mark to make it 73-71 and carry WNU to a safe distance by converting two gift shots in their next possession for a 75-71 lead.

    A three-pointer from CSA-B’s Javelona, however, cut WNU’s lead to one point but the Mustangs immediately answered back with a shot to keep a three-point lead at 77-74. Still, the Eagles refused to surrender and a two-pointer from one of their hitmen made it 77-76 with 3.8 seconds left in the clock.

    Keeping their cool after a referee’s call that awarded the last ball possession to WNU was contested by CSA-B, the defending champions went to Villariza for their final play. The ploy worked as the Eagles fouled Villariza who intentionally missed his second free throw for the final 78-76 tally.

    “It was hardwork that gave the team its 10th title and we expressed our gratitude for the school administration for its all-out support,” WNU’s sports moderator Jake Azucena said.

    He added that the whole community of West Negros University is very proud of their basketball varsity squad.*NAB

  10. #30

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association

    Ibig bang sabihin nito ang Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association (NOPSSCEA) pro-BAP or nabili na rin ni Pichay at ng sindikato nya?
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