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  1. #31

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association

    October 14, 2008
    WNU Mustangs Wins 11th NOPSSCEA Title
    www.ndb-online.com

    The West Negros University (WNU) Mustangs won the Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports, Cultural and Educational Association (NOPSSCEA) basketball title over Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod (CSA-B) Eagles, 78-76 Sunday at the Po Hang gym of Bacolod Tay Tung High School.

    Point guard Alfie Villariza took the cudgel in repulsing the last minute onslaught of the Eagles with his three points, the last 73-71 in the dying minutes. He topscored with 20 points from the rest of his team mates.

    The Mustangs defended its title by sweeping all its games and the third for the Eagles this year to capture the crown.

    Villariza, a former MVP of Monico Cup Inter- Barangay Basketball Tournament like his teammates, Ely Olarte, Vengie Vergara and Briton Javelona was supported in scoring by Jetric Sumido with 14, Ryan Floes 13, Rolly Jaca 11,Virgilio Dapar 5, Winrich Pusoc and Jeff Jacinto with 4 apiece and Javelona with 3.

    The Eagles was lead by Ledesma with 18, Rodjie Gelasan 17 and Rommel Tuyo with 16.

    By winning the NOPSSCEA and become the No. 1 team in Bacolod City, the Mustangs formalize its entry in the Philippine Collegiate Champions League Western Visayas elimination along with the Eagles.

    They will play against the best teams in Iloilo City with University of Iloilo and John B Lacson University at WNU Gym on October 18 and 19. The winners will advance to the national against the best in the other regional eliminations in Manila.*

  2. #32

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association

    October 18, 2008
    NOPSSCEA’s HS Semis Starts Today
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    The semifinals games in the secondary division of Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports, Cultural and Educational Association (NOPS-SCEA) basketball tournament will start today at Po Hang gym of Bacolod Tay Tung High School.

    Henry G. Doble, tournament director disclosed that the pairings will be University of St. La Salle versus Mansili-ngan Christian Academy at 3pm . the winner in this match will play for the championship against St. Joseph School-La Salle at 3pm on Sunday at the same venue.

    The loser will meet University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos at 1:30 pm. also on Sunday.

    This is the last of the matches in basketball that will be played under NOPSSCEA at the close of its calendar of activities this year.

    West Negros University Mustangs captured its 10th NOPSSCEA collegiate basketball title over Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod Eagles, 78-76 Sunday. In the collegiate, NOPSSCEA’s collegiate top two teams will vie for the Philippine Collegiate Champion League starting Saturday at West Negros University gym against University of Iloilo and John B. Lacson Maritime University.

    The winners in secondary and elementary will compete in the upcoming Provincial Meet this December for the WV Regional Athletic Association Meet.*

  3. #33

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association

    Wednesday, November 12, 2008
    MCA cagers Nopsscea champs at last
    www.sunstar.com.ph

    MANSILINGAN Christian Academy (MCA) finally bagged the high school boy's basketball championship of the Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association (Nopsscea) as the Eagles clawed St. Joseph's School-La Salle, 95-85, Sunday.

    The event was held at the Po Hang Gym of Bacolod Tay Tung High School.

    Calma brothers Jade Paul and Janus dominated the boards as MCA pulled away 65-54 in the third canto after a close 43-41-halftime lead. But just when MCA coach Elmo Quiatchon thought his boys already had it all wrapped up, the Knights of coach Friday Solinap worked their way back and threatened at 67-71, mainly through the hardworking Boy Agana.

    SJS was just two points short with three minutes left, 77-75, and 81-79 at the 1:30 mark but could not sustain the recovery. The Knights proved, however, to be a tougher customer than their brothers from University of St. La Salle who lost to MCA the day before, 68-83 in a semi-final game played at the Lopue's South Square Gym.

    Lack of ceiling for the Junior Stingers proved to be their waterloo as University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos grabbed third place honors with a 93-83 victory earlier. Coach Eugene Opuan had to make do with a small, pressing three-point shooting squad as their taller players have gone to De La Salle Greenhills and La Salle Zobel.

    With the championship cup, MCA will spearhead the Nopsscea boys basketball team in the forthcoming Negros Occidental Palarong Panlalawigan or provincial meet.

    Among the notable faces for his selection to the Nopsscea squad are Agana and Salvacion of SJS-LS, Bernales and Palermo of UNO-R, and Sibug and Sayson of USLS, among others. (HGD)

  4. #34

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association


    Mustangs stampede, Eagles soar
    Monday, September 28, 2009

    WEST Negros University and Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod will repeat as finalists in men’s basketball of the Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural Educational Association (NOPSSCEA).

    The defending champion Mustangs trampled University of St. La Salle, 96-74, and the Eagles devoured University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos, 70-61, in two lopsided semifinal games played before a sparse crowd last Saturday at the LNA Memorial Sports Center (formerly the West Negros University Gym).

    The Augustinians led 37-30 at the half and enjoyed its biggest leads at 55-42 with 7:30 left and 68-55 with 43 seconds left. The Rams of coach Ireneo Morales outscored coach Jerome Solinap’s boys 12-11 in the third quarter for their only bright moment in a rather dull contest.

    Coach Daniel Chiu gave fellow USLS alumnus Troy Sarabia some uneasy moments at the WNU bench as the Stingers managed to tie the score twice and made 4 lead changes in the opening canto.

    Lanky center Raul “Ichabod” Suyod gave the Mustangs a 23-20 advantage on a putback off Jeff Jacinto’s miss. Jacinto had nine and Alfie Villariza seven points for the quarter after drawing first blood with a 3-pointer. Former Mustang-now-Stinger Rundy Baydo countered with his own triple for the first equalizer.

    Suyod continued to dominate the backboards and had the last say as he drilled in the last basket for a 45-31 spread with 7 minutes left in the third quarter.

    With a commanding 73-50 score at the start of the fourth, the Mustangs coasted away and reached the 30-point advantage at 88-58 with 3:24 left. Scott Salvacion hit back-to-back triples at garbage time to help lessen the final count.

    The Mustangs will be gunning for its 11th straight title while the Eagles a chance to end the winning streak of the defending champions. Coaches Sarabia and Solinap will be gunning for their first collegiate championship and a chance to pit talents against the best collegiate teams in the region in the Philippine Collegiate Champions League (PCCL) Visayas elimination on October 13-15 here in Bacolod City at the LNA Memorial Sports Center. (Henry G. Doble)


  5. #35

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association


    Tuesday, October 6, 2009
    NOPSSCEA MEN'S BASKETBALL
    WNU Mustangs claim 11th straight title

    West Negros University stretched its NOPSSCEA collegiate basketball championship run to 11 seasons last night after completing a two-game sweep of its title series against Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod at the CSA-B Gym in Bacolod City .

    The Mustangs came away with a 96-81 triumph over the Eagles in Game 2, ensuring their title streak got another extension, a press release from the school said.

    The Mustangs, drawing solid performances from their reserve players, pulled away late in Game 1 for an 89-75 at the WNU Gym.

    WNU, which ruled the 2005 University Games title and the 2006 National Students Basketball Championship, finished the season unbeaten in 11 games.

    “We thank God for this victory,” said WNU sports director Tony Agustin. “Hard-work, discipline and staying hungry even if we're still winning keyed our success this year.”

    Agustin also commended the coaching staff, including first-year mentor Troy Sarabia for steering the Mustangs, who will now focus their efforts on making an impact in the upcoming Philippine Collegiate Champions League, the press release said.

    “The victory is the testament to the support of the university to its basketball program,” said Sarabia, who also expressed gratitude to school officials, including university president Suzette Agustin.

    The backcourt once again delivered for the Mustangs in Game 2 with Rolly Jaca, Jeff Jacinto and skipper Alfie Villariza teaming up to strike the telling blows.

    Jaca sparkled as he finished with 16 points, while Villariza and Jacinto added 13 each for the Mustangs, who pulled away in the second quarter, 50-35.

    “We knew we couldn't take them (Eagles) lightly so we came into the game with the mindset that we have to win,” Villariza, who won his fourth title as a WNU player, said in Ilonggo.

    “We didn't want to be overconfident because we knew it will be difficult for us if it gets to Game 3,” he added.

    In Game 1 last Saturday, the Mustangs squeezed the best out of role players Rushmore Catalino and 6-foot-4 Raul Suyod, who combined for 29 points. Jacinto also made a solid contribution with 15 points, while Villariza and Jaca came through with 13 and 10, respectively.*

  6. #36

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association


    UNO-R Baby Rams Nopsscea junior champs
    Tuesday, November 17, 2009

    UNIVERSITY of Negros Occidental-Recoletos finally bagged the junior division title of the Nopsscea (Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural & Educational Association) basketball competition against West Negros University.

    The competition ended up with a convincing 76-69 win last Sunday at the Po hang Gym of Bacolod Tay Tung High School.

    Offguard Fred Jay Parreño set the tone for the Baby Rams as he drilled in two 3-pointers for an 8-2 lead before going out with 2 fouls. WNU's Jojo Pastias tied the count at 10-all with two free throws but UNO-R took the first quarter, 20-14.

    Parreño made another triple for a 29-19 lead but committed his third foul. With Parreño in the bench, Baby Mustang Roy Vincent Villarias went to work inside and made it 33-all from the penalty line.

    The son of former PBA pro Vernie Villarias added another two for the lead but center Carl Steven Antiporda scored on a putback to put the UNO-Rians ahead at half, 36-35.

    An 18-3 run by UNO-R gave them enough breathing room at 53-39 in the third until a triple by Villarias closed the quarter at 58-47. The 3rd year slasher from Silay City fought singlehandedly cutting loose with 8 points to close the gap at 61-57 with 8 minutes left in the game.

    A spate of errors by the Baby Mustangs saved UNO-R at 65-57 and both squads traded baskets and misses. As WNU closed in, Paolo Juesna hit a triple for a 71-66 cushion. Center Dave Gabriel Chuatico made it 75-66 with one of two free throws as Villarias missed three of his own from the line.

    Reliever John Buenaflor missed two free throws with 41 ticks but teammate Veejay Brodit scored on a free throw for the final count, 76-69, as the Baby Mustangs bungled their chances under the boards and foul line.

    The victory is the first for the Junior Rams now mentored by Gerome Aledron after so many years in the NOPSSCEA with the win coming in 2 hours before Manny Pacquiao put makeup on Miguel Cotto's face.

    The members of the UNO-R Juniors Basketball Champion Team are: Carl Steven Antiporda, Dave Gabriel Chuatico, John Buenaflor, Prince Ariz Soriano, Jeff Brandee Vargas, Fredjay Parreño, Paulo Juesna, Roger Bajillo II, Jessie Marie Barrios, Paulo Baylon, John Hubert Bayotas, Veejay Brodit, Christian Derramas, Anthony Philip Ma-asin and Stephen Ryan Sedel.

    St. John's Institute finished third while Bacolod Tay Tung High School settled for fourth place in the high school division.

    Meanwhile, St. John's Institute took the elementary division title followed by Don Bosco Technical Institute of Victorias City, Bacolod Tay Tung High School in third place and Trinity Christian School in fourth. (HGD)

    Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on November 17, 2009.

  7. #37

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association


    UNO-R, SJI Win NOPSSCEA HS, Elem Caging Title
    November 17, 2009

    University of Negros Occidental Recoletos (UNO-R) and St. John’s Institute (SJI) capture the Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports, Cultural and Educational Association (NOPSSCEA) secondary and elementary divisions basketball titles against separate opponents Po Hang Gym of Bacolod Tay Tung High School Sunday.

    The Baby Rams finally won the title with a convincing 76-69 win over favored West Negros University, while SJI beat Don Bosco Technical Insititute, 101-84 for the 12-Under title.

    Offguard Fred Jay Parreño set the tone for the Baby Rams as he drilled in two 3-pointers for an 8-2 lead before going out with 2 fouls. WNU’s "Jojo" Pastias tied the count at 10-all with two freethrows but UNO-R took the first quarter, 20-14.

    Parreño made another triple for a 29-19 lead but committed his third foul. With Parreño in the bench, Baby Mustang Roy Vincent Villarias went to work inside and made it 33-all from the penalty line.

    The son of former pro Vernie Villarias added another two for the lead but center Carl Steven Antiporda scored on a putback to put the UNO-Rians ahead at half, 36-35.

    An 18-3 run by UNO-R gave them enough breathing room at 53-39 in the third until a triple by Villarias closed the quarter at 58-47. The 3rd year slasher from Silay City fought singlehandedly cutting loose with 8 points to close the gap at 61-57 with 8 minutes left in the game.

    A spate of errors by the Baby Mustangs saved UNO-R at 65-57 and both squads traded baskets and misses. As WNU closed in, Paolo Juesna hit a triple for a 71-66 cushion. Center Dave Gabriel Chuatico made it 75-66 with one of two freethrows as Villarias missed three of his from the line.

    Reliever John Buenaflor missed two freethrows with 41 ticks but teammate Veejay Brodit scored on a freethrow for the final count, 76-69 as the Baby Mustangs bungled their chances under the boards and the foul line.

    The victory is the first for the Junior Rams after so many years in NOPSSCEA.

    In the elementary division, Juan Diego Montoya was unstoppable with his 41 points with Ralph Penuel added 17 and Eduardo Ducay 14 for SJI squad of coach Arvin Gustilo.

    DBTI was spearheaded by Pineda with 40 points, Diadio added 26 and Pansinsay with 11.

    The Baby Falcon enjoyed a 25-20 advantage in the first quarter and managed to pad the lead to 52-46 at half and upped its lead to 74-65 at the end of the third.*

  8. #38

    Re: Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural and Educational Association


    SJI boys capture crown in NOPSSCEA 12-Under
    BY NIDA BUENAFE
    Thursday, November 19, 2009

    St. John's Institute boys plucked another title after dismissing Don Bosco Technical Institute, 74-65, in the NOPSSCEA 12-Under basketball competition played at the Bacolod Tay Tung High School Po Hang Gym.

    Juan Diego Montoya led the Johnians to victory with 41 big points, 18 of them in the fourth quarter.

    The promising young dribbler from SJI opened fire in the first quarter with eight points while teammate Axo Yao added 4 markers to take an early 25-20 lead while DBTI's Pineda almost single-handedly tried to plug the holes with 16 points.

    In the second quarter, Montoya kept the shots coming in as he delivered 12 points while Edgar Ducay backed him up with 4 points for a halftime lead of 52-46 in favor of SJI despite Pineda and Pansinsay's combined effort of 15 points for DBTI to keep the game close.

    Sticking to the game plan mapped out by coaches Arvin Gustilo, Rey Pandoro, and Jake Azucena, the young Johnians did not allow the Bosconians to grab the lead in the second half as Ducay and Raul Montinola scored 8 and 4 points, respectively in the third quarter while Montoya had a scoring spree in the final chapter to secure the win.

    Other members of the SJI champion team are: Timothy Montinola, Christian Palic, Miguel Jison, Juan Miguel Montoya, Axo Yao, Armand Guevarra, Reynaldo Vasquez, Jerrick Tajonera, Rafa Puentevella, Manuel Juson, Ralph Penuela and Kip Hermosura.

    Meanwhile, Tay Tung High School beat Trinity Christian School for the third place honors. *NAB


 
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