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    Friday, September 05, 2008
    DCNHS battles DWA
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    THE Davao Central High School (DCHS) battles Davao Wisdom Academy (DWA) at 5:15 p.m. Friday in the resumption of the 6th Gaisano South (GS) Cup at the GS SkyGym.

    Both teams are entered in the junior division 2A.

    Their clash will be followed by the junior division 1 encounter between the Agro-Industrial Foundation College of the Philippines (AIFCP) and Stella Maris Academy of Davao (Smad) set at 6:30 p.m.

    On Saturday, seven games will be played with the Holy Child School of Davao (HCSD)- Doña Pilar Learning Center (DPLC) 8:45 a.m. mini division match serving as the curtain raiser.

    The other mini game set at 10 a.m. will pit Assumption College of Davao (ACD) against the University of the Immaculate Conception (UIC).

    The Davao Central College (DCC) plays against Davao City National High School (DCNHS) at 11:15 p.m. in cadet A in the BAP-SBP-sanctioned cagefest.

    The girls division features Ateneo de Davao University (AdDU) B against Sta. Ana National High School 12:45 and ACD-B against Daniel R. Aguinaldo National High School (DRANHS) at 2:15 p.m. (MLSA)

  2. #12

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    SPPCI nips Davao Central, 81-69 for GSouth Cup 2nd win
    By Jon Develos* *Published : 2008-09-10
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    TITLE-CONTENDER Southern Philippine Polytechnic College Incorporated took its second Juniors Division I win at the expense of Davao Central College, 81-69 last Saturday in the ongoing 6th Gaisano South Cup Basketball Tournament played at the Gaisano South Citimall Sky gym.

    Ronald Bangoy paced the Bambi Santander-coached SPPCI with* a double-double 27 points and 22 rebounds on top off 13 block shots and two assists that earned him Best Player of the Game and the squad’s overall lead in the ongoing eliminations sporting a 2-0 win-loss card.

    Meril Abasola and Rayn Garcia added 15 and nine points, respectively, to backed Bangoy.

    Davao Central dropped to its first loss in two outings with Marjune Macasero and Venson Nasiad scoring 25 and 19 points, on a losing effort.

    In other matches, Sta. Ana National High joined SPPCI’s lead in the ongoing eliminations after a 65-26 win over Ateneo de Davao University in the Girls Division. Hazel Isona had 25 points adding on seven rebounds and two assists for Best Player of the Game honors.

    Daniel R. Aguinaldo National High, on the other hand, joined Sta. Ana’s winning moments on a 47-42* spoiler on Assumption College of Davao’s debut for its initial win in two matches.

    University of Immaculate Conception drubbed Assumption College of Davao, 77-67 while Davao Central College bested Davao City National High, 68-64 to sport victories in the Mini and Cadets Divisions, respectively.

    The games backed by Unilever, Abbott, P&G and Sunsport are played every Saturdays and Sundays supervised by the BAP-SBP Region XI chapter.

  3. #13

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    SEPTEMBER 16, 2008
    GAISANO SOUTH CUP
    Blue Knights hack JMC Kings
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    Reigning champs Ateneo De Davao University Blue Knights hacked out an 81-66 victory over Jose Maria College Kings to begin their title retention bid on a bright note in the 6th Gaisano South Cup Saturday night at the GS Skygym.

    Miguel Solitaria lived up to his star billing leading the charge for Ateneo which came out strong in the second half to win its first assignment.

    The prolific forward, last year’s regular season Most Valuable Player, poured in 24 points on top of 6 boards, 3 steals and 2 assists that made him the best player of the game.

    Richard Madelo, Eric Cabigas and Raphael Claveria also came out big for Ateneo chipping in 16, 12 and 10 points respectively.

    “We just came out big tonight. The players played hard, “said Blue Knights head coach and GS Cup 2007 coach of the year Pocholo Elegino after the game which was witnessed by former city councilor April Marie Dayap.

    Ahead 43-34 after a see-saw first two quarter battle, the Blue Knights went into a scoring binge, taking a double digit lead and never looked back to seal the victory.

    Madelo’s three pointer before the shot clock buzzer sounded midway of the third canto notched Ateneo’s biggest lead of the ball game at 20 points, 61- 41.

    The Kings tried to bounce back in the pay off period cutting the deficit to a single digit but just fell short to absorb its first defeat. Jumabon Bulac top scored for the Kings with 18 points.

    In the College Division 2 encounter, defending champions Mats College of Technology Navigators also opened its title defense on a high note by beating the come-backing University of Immaculate Conception Eagles, 110 - 62.

    Rhandelle Colina had a double-double performance for Mats. The sweet-shooting Colina scored 20 points and grabbed 12 rebounds.

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    Thursday, September 18, 2008
    Sta. Ana HS crushes ACD
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    THE Sta. Ana National High School (SANHS) toyed with the hapless Assumption College of Davao (ACD)-B, 110-16, to grab its third straight win in the 6th Gaisano South (GS) Cup girls event at the GS Citimall SkyGym over the weekend.

    Reliable Hazel Isonza sizzled with 25 points, nine rebounds, and seven steals to lead the charge for SANHS in the cagefest sanctioned by the Basketball Association of the Philippines-Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (BAP-SBP).

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    In the college division, Holy Cross of Davao College (HCDC) Crusaders overwhelmed the DMMA College of Southern Philippines (DCSP), 115-51, while the Agro Industrial Foundation College of the Philippines (AIFCP) Sailors tamed the Rizal Memorial College (RMC) Bulldogs, 94-85.

    The Adel Gino Nobleza-coached Crusaders pulled away with a 56-26 lead at halftime and went on to secure the win as Kirk James Blanco, Arthur Japson, Ochate, and Kristopher Lacida combined for 63 points.

    Genry Curso and Clemente Ruiz, meanwhile, led the Sailors with 24 and 23 markers, respectively. Curso was hailed best player of the game as he totaled for 10 rebounds, three assists, and three steals.

    In the mini event, the University of the Immaculate Conception (UIC) crushed Doña Pilar Learning Center, 74-41, while the Holy Child School of Davao thrashed HCDC, 101-43.

    The Stella Maris Academy of Davao (Smad) routed Thompson Christian School, 71-67, while Daniel R. Aguinaldo National High School (DRANHS) downed St. Peter College of Toril, 86-80, in the cadet division. (MLSA)

  5. #15

    Re: Gaisano South Cup

    SEPTEMBER 18, 2008
    GAISANO SOUTH CUP
    Holy Cross, Agro beat rivals
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    The Holy Cross of Davao College Crusaders and Agro Industrial Foundation College Sailors clobbered their respective rivals in contrasting fashion in the 6th Gaisano South Cup College Division 1 wars Sunday night at the GS Skygym.

    Holy Cross routed the Davao College of Southern Philippines Orange Mus-tangs, 115 - 51 while Agro bested Rizal Memorial College Bulldogs, 94 - 85.

    The Crusaders came out big early taking 56 -26 lead after first two quarters and never looked back to barge their way to the winning column.

    Kirk James Blanco, Arthur Japson, Ochate and Kristopher Lacida worked together in disposing the Sailors as they combined for 63 points for the Adel Gino Nobleza-mentored Holy Cross squad.

    The scrappy playmaker Japson waxed hot early pouring 14 of his total 18 points in the opening canto before prolific forward Blanco went unstoppable in the second half drilling 15 of his 19 total output.

    The Mustangs appeared disorganized all game long having a hard time to get their game going. Vergado top scored for DCSP's losing cause with 17 points.

    It was Genry Curso played the hero's role for Agro in disposing RMC as the high-leaping guard provided the needed fire power.

    Curso, who wowed the crowd with his fanciful moves, scored 24 points on top of ten boards, three assists and three steals.

    Clemente Ruiz chipped in 23 points for Agro which will be facing Holy Cross on Sunday at 6:30 p.m..

    Modjer Sansangan top scored for RMC with 21 points. Jun Planos had 18 points.

    In the girls division encounter, Sta. Ana Natio-nal HS notched its third consecutive victory at the expense of Assumption College of Davao- Team B, 110-16.

    Hazel Isonza came out big again for SANHS canning 25 points and added nine boards and seven steals.

    In the Cadet category, Stella Maris Academy defeated Thomson Christian School, 71-57 while Daniel Aguinaldo HS beat St. Peter College of Toril, 86-80.

    In the Mini division, University of Immaculate Conception beat Doña Pilar Learning Center, 72 -41 while Holy Child School of Davao bested Holy Cross of Davao Col-lege, 101-43.

  6. #16

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    Sunday, September 21, 2008
    Wildcats rip Kings
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    THE University of Mindanao (UM) Wildcats staged a strong comeback by ripping the Jose Maria College (JMC) Kings, 85-75, in the 6th GS Cup basketball tournament at the Gaisano South Citimall SkyGym Friday night.

    Arnold Adormeo sparked the Wildcats with 23 points, four rebounds, four steals and two assists. He was named best player of the game for his performance.

    Michael Angalan and Erickson Galacgac added 16 and 15, respectively, to help lift the Manny Nitorreda-coached Wildcats notch their debut win in the 2008 season of the cagefest.

    The Wildcats missed action in the league for the past two years.

    The Kings, meanwhile, suffered their second straight loss in the BAP-SBP sanctioned tournament sponsored by Unilever, Procter and Gamble and Sunsport.

    Jumabon Bulac drilled 17 points to lead the Kings while Ivan Lu made 13.

    In junior division 1, Southern Philippines Polytechnic College Inc. (SPPCI) demolished JMC, 56-50, to keep its uneaten record after three outings. JMC dropped to 0-3. (MLSA)

  7. #17

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    Monday, September 22, 2008
    Holy Trinity beats Stella Maris
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    THE Holy Trinity College Wildcats of General Santos City defeated Stella Maris Academy, 88-79, in the Juniors Division 1 category of the 6th Gaisano South Cup late Saturday afternoon at the GS Skygym.

    Ryan Paul Sunio came out as the best player of the game for Holy Trinity, canning in 14 points on top of six rebounds, three steals and 2 assists.

    Excell Neon Nocos and Ian Cris Gumawid chipped in 14 and 12 points, respectively, for HTC which was elevated to Junior Division 1 after its players showed adequate talent to compete in the premier division.

    Meanwhile, Bea Aira Dela Cruz scored 11 of his total 15 points to power Ateneo De Davao University Team B to victory over Daniel R. Aguinaldo HS, 34-31, in the girls division match.

    Dela Cruz, who added 12 rebounds and eight steals, was named best player of the game for maneuvering the AdDU Team B to its second win in four outings.

    Lindzi Mae Garcia chipped in six points, 4 of them came also in the pay off period for AdDU Team B, which earlier defeated Stella Maris Academy.
    The wards of Pol Torrijos, who departed the Tuna Capital at 9 a.m. and arrived in Davao City barely two hours before the scheduled 3:45 game, appeared sluggish in the first two quarters but came out strong in the second half to notch the victory.

    After taking a 40-38 lead at the half, HTC went on fire in the second half to barge into the winning column in the tournament sponsored by Unilever, P&G, Abbott, and Sunsport.

    Stella Marris, the 2002 champions, fought hard but just could not keep pace with the much taller Wildcats.

    Stella Maris' Nico Te had a big game for his team. Te scored 27 points, including five three-point baskets.

    Nico is the younger brother of Nelson Te, who steered Stella Maris to its first ever GS Cup title in 2002 along with now San Beda College Red Lion John Paul Escobal.

  8. #18

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    Tuesday, September 23, 2008
    Crusaders sink Sailors
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    THE Holy Cross of Davao College (HCDC) Crusaders sank the Agro-Industrial Foundation College of the Philippines (AIFCP) Sailors, 103-81, in their college division 1 match in the GS Cup basketball tournament at the Gaisano South (GS) Citimall SkyGym Sunday.

    Arthur Japson led the charge for the Crusaders with 18 points, seven rebounds and two assists while his teammates Bryan Rosete and Kirk James Blanco chipped in 15 and 13 points, respectively, to complete the rout.

    Sailors' Eugene Torres, who was ejected in the final three minutes and four seconds of the fourth quarter, scored game-high 29 points.

    The Crusaders now tote a clean 2-0, win-loss record, while the Sailors dropped 1-1 in the cagefest sanctioned by Basketball Association of the Philippines-Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (BAP-SBP) regional director Regino "Boy" Cua.

    In junior division 1, the Holy Trinity College of General Santos City also grabbed its second straight win at the expense of Jose Maria College (JMC) that got its fourth straight defeat.

    HTC's Ian Crir Gumawid was named best player of the game by drilling 13 points on top of his five rebounds and three steals.

    Rey Frances Sunio added 11 and Ryan Paul Sunio sank 10 for the Pol Torrijos-coached HTC.

    Fernan Milan and Gian Jaca, meanwhile, scored identical nine points for JMC.

    Games will resume on Thursday. (MLSA)

  9. #19

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    SEPTEMBER 24, 2008
    GAISANO SOUTH CUP
    Crusaders pesky defense sinks Sailors
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    Holy Cross of Davao College Crusaders banked on their defense to demolish the Agro Industrial Foundation College Sailors, 103-81 and notch their second win in the 6th Gaisano South Cup College Division 1 last Sunday night at the jampacked GS Skygym.

    The Crusaders quickly went into a full court press right from the opening tip off that hounded the Sailors who had a hard time breaking the pesky defensive alignment of their opponents.

    Both teams managed to trade baskets in the opening canto where Holy Cross was only up by a match stick, 21-20 after ten minutes of play.

    But the wards of Adel Gino Nobleza broke away in the second period converting most of their rivals’ turnovers.

    Holy Cross outscored Agro 34-16 in the second quarter en route to a 55- 36 half time advantage that put the Sailors at bay.

    Arthur Japson proved his worth for the 2004 champion Holy Cross team, playing well in both ends of the floor.

    Japson, a former Jose Rizal University Bomber in the NCAA, drilled in 18 points, including 13 first half points on top of seven boards and two steals.

    Bryan Jones Rosete and Kirk James Blanco who had 15 and 13 points respectively also came out big time for Holy Cross which will next face Jose Maria College on Sunday at 6:30 p.m..

    Eugene Torres who was ejected from the game in the 3:03 mark of the pay off period had 29 points for Agro which dropped to 1 - 1 win loss record.

    In Junior Division 1 encounter, Holy Trinity College trounced Jose Maria College, 85-55.

    Ian Cris Gumawid starred for HTC's victory with 13 points, five boards and three steals.

    The victory was the second consecutive for HTC coached by Pol Torrijos who drew a spectacular performance from Ryan Frances and Ryan Paul Sunio.

    Ryan Frances chipped in 11 points while Ryan Paul, who powered HTC to victory against Stella Maris Academy last Saturday, had 10 points.

    The tournament is sponsored by Unilever, Procter and Gamble, Abbott and Sunsport.

  10. #20

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    Sunday, September 28, 2008
    Bulldogs escape 87-85 win vs Kings
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    THE Rizal Memorial Colleges (RMC) Bulldogs put up a tight defense to escape with an 87-85 win over the Jose Maria Colleges (JMC) Kings in the 6th Gaisano South (GS) Cup basketball tournament at the GS Citimall SkyGym Friday evening.

    Ramfe Rodriguez made up for the Bulldogs' free throw errors in the final minute by drilling his own crucial basket to give his team its first win.

    The Bulldogs lost to the Agro Industrial Foundation College of the Philippines (AIFCP) Sailors in college division 1 of the meet sanctioned by Basketball Association of the Philippines-Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (BAP-SBP) regional director Regino "Boy" Cua.

    Rodriguez led the Bulldogs with a total of 26 points, five rebounds and three steals.

    His teammates Kenny Isik and Robert Abao also lived up to their billing. Isik canned 20 points including two three-pointers that steered RMC's rally in the second quarter while Abao made 13 points on top of his 13 boards.

    Samuel Salvador, meanwhile, sank 13 points to lead the Kings' losing cause.

    In another match, the Holy Child School of Davao (HCSD) Reds edged Philippine Women's College (PWC), 67-66, to remain unbeaten after two outings in junior division 1.

    Reds' Rex Sinilong was named best player of the game with 18 points, eight rebounds, five steals and three assists. (MLSA)


 
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