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  1. #21

    Re: Mapua Red Robins back

    hmmm.. kelan kaya magkakaroon ang Mapua ng mga tulad nila Mark Telan, Marvin Ortiguerra, Derick and Paolo Hubalde, Jeff Martin, Japeth Aguilar at Mike Galinato na rinerecruit ng UAAP schools.. Gone are the Glory Days..

  2. #22

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    Robins rain on JASMS
    by JP Abcede

    Malayan High School of Science turned a new leaf, scourging Jose Abad Santos Memorial School, 100-50, in juniors basketball action in the 2009 Nike Summer League at the Far Eastern Gym on April 22.

    This is a complete 180-degree turn on the Red Robins, which did not win a single game from its first year back in the NCAA as Mapua’s junior team. Other than that, it was them which were being routed and not the other way around.

    Ace Basas led MHSS with 17 points, six rebounds, and three steals. Ian Valdez had 16.

    Jayjay Alejandro had 14 markers, while JP Mena missed a double-double with 11 and nine boards. Ivan Domingo came up with ten points.

    Alejandro and Basas combined for 17 of the 25 Malayan first quarter points to set the tone of the game. Malayan then flew to a 74-30 score by the end of the third quarter, limiting Jose Abad Santos to seven points.

    Jino Enguerra paced JASMS with 14 points and nine rebounds. King Somera had 12 markers.

    The game started almost one hour late as JASMS got stranded from the sudden downpour.

    The same thing happened to Grace Christian High School, which forfeited its game against University of Perpetual Help System Dalta.

    The Altalettes were already in the vicinity, which just finished a game in another league and arrived in time after the first afternoon match ended.

    The NSL would resume on April 27 with a six-game seniors division schedule. Jose Rizal University is aiming for its second win when it faces University of the Philippines at 9am. Fellow NCAA member school San Beda College-Manila is also on track to do the same against University of Perpetual Help System Dalta at 4:30pm.

    Another NCAA school going for win number two is Colegio de San Juan de Letran, which would face National University at 10:30am. Adamson University has a tough assignment in San Sebastian College-Recoletos at 3pm.

    Mapua Institute of Technology and FEATI University would debut against separate opponents. FEATI would go up against Philippine College of Criminology at high noon to be followed by the Cardinals against Universidad de Manila.

  3. #23

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    Ateneo’s juniors counterpart shred Malayan High School of Science, 112-58.

    Five Eaglets scored in double digits with Ael Banal scoring 19 points and dishing eight assists. Kevin Erazo came up with 14 markers.

    Luis Sinco contributed 13 points and six dimes, Tim Capacio had 12 markers, and Kiefer Ravena had across the board stats of ten points, five caroms, and seven feeds.

    Malayan was spearheaded by Ace Basas’ 21 points. Andrew Estrella had 16 markers and six rebounds with Ian Valdez chalking up ten.

  4. #24

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    From Inquirer Sports - - -

    Mapua nips LSGH, logs fourth FCBL win

    MANILA, Philippines—Rodolfo Alejandro and Andrew Billera keyed a late-game surge to lift Mapua Institute of Technology over De La Salle Green Hills in an 82-80 squeaker at Wednesday’s 3rd Freego FCBL Cup at the Buddhacare gym in Quezon City.

    Ian Valdez finished with 19 points, seven rebounds, five assists and two blocks to win Freego Player of the Game honors, but it was the heroics of Alejandro and Billera in the stretch that sent Mapua to a 4-1 record.

    “My instructions to my boys were to play honest defense,” said Robins coach Randy Alcantara, whose team got off to a slow start. “It paid off. They were hungry and they were eyeing to bounce back from the losses of our last outings.”

    Earlier, the Adamson University Baby Falcons snapped a four-game losing skein by tripping the De La Salle Zobel Junior Archers, 78-73.

    Ivan Villondo split his charities with 43.5 ticks remaining, giving the Baby Falcons the lead for good, 74-73, and pushing the Junior Archers to their fourth loss in as many matches.

    In the third game, the San Beda Red Cubs smothered the Xavier School Stallions, 97-72, to grab their fourth straight victory.

    “I just let the boys do their thing since I want them to develop maturity on the game,” said Cubs coach Brit Reroma whose wards now leads group B. Denison Rey Dalupang, Chesmer Melissa Forlales, contributors

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    Lions shackle Chiefs, edge closer to 5-peat

    By Joey Villar (The Philippine Star) |

    Updated October 21, 2014 - 12:00am

    MANILA, Philippines - San Beda fought off Arellano U’s trapping defense and pounced on the Chiefs’ lack of championship poise at endgame to hammer out a 74-66 victory and move in the threshold of a five-peat in the NCAA men’s basketball finals at the MOA Arena in Pasay City yesterday.

    Facing a first-timer in the finals, the Red Lions seized control early, slowed down in the face of the tough-defending Chiefs in the middle quarters before unloading another killer run in the fourth to pound out the victory for a 1-0 lead in their best-of-three series.

    San Beda guns for the clincher in Game Two tomorrow, also at the MOA arena. Another win will not only seal the Red Lions’ fifth straight championship but also their eighth in the last nine for a league-best 19th title.

    A decider, if necessary, will be played Saturday.

    “We’re happy we won the game but it’s just one game,” said San Beda coach Boyet Fernandez.

    Ace guard Baser Amer dished out a superb all around game for San Beda, drilling in 17 points, making seven assists and grabbing five rebounds.

    He also starred in the Lions’ big start of 11 unanswered points with Anthony Semerad providing the solid backup.

    “It’s a matter of playing with confidence,” said the 22-year-old Amer.

    Nigerian Ola Adeogun turned in a game expected of him – 14 points and 14 rebounds with four blocks and three assists to boot.

    “I don’t mind about my stats. I’m thinking more of helping the team win,” said Adeogun.

    For Arellano coach Jerry Codinera, they just succumbed to championship pressure.

    “We didn’t level up, we felt the jitters,” said Codinera, who steered the Chiefs to their first ever finals appearance since joining the league five years ago.

    But the Legarda-based squad hopes to settle down in Game Two and make the necessary adjustment to force a decider, spoil San Beda’s crack at five-peat and complete its remarkable campaign.

    Earlier, the Mapua Red Robins shut down the San Beda Cubs in the fourth quarter and came away with an 84-75 victory to likewise move one win away from clinching the juniors plum, their first since going all the way 14 years ago.

    Mapua is currently tied with San Beda with 20 high school titles.

    “It’s been a while since the school won a high school championship,” said Mapua mentor Randy Alcantara, who started coaching six years ago when they went from zero to five, nine, 10, 11, 12 wins before wracking up 16 victories this year.

    Warren Bonifacio led the Robins with 18 points but it was David Velvez who stepped up at crunchtime, hitting nine of his 14 points in the fourth quarter that shattered the 63-all count en route to victory.

  6. #26
    I'm glad the Red Robins are back! What a way to end the NCAA Juniors season! Both legendary NCAA Juniors team tied with the most championships at 20- had to go into extra 5 minutes to determine the winningest juniors squad.

    Congrats Red Robins for a great season! Looking forward to more exciting and unforgettable games with you!

    PS. Hanggang ngayon naalala ko yung tira ni hubalde against the San Beda Red Cubs in the late 90's.
    Silence Hung Suspcious and Anxious, Like A Blanket Covered Scream

  7. #27
    Red Robins beat the Red Cubs, 75-70, in the Fil-Oil

  8. #28

    Red Robins 2018 Champions

    Mapua University is back on top of the Juniors Division after they annexed the 94th National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) championship over defending champion La Salle Green Hills, 77-74, Thursday afternoon at the Mall of Asia Arena. The Red Robins ended the best of three series, 2-1, for the 22nd title in school history. READ MORE

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