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    2008 M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Summer Basketball Tournament

    M. Lhuillier summer cage league set
    By Emmanuel B. Villaruel
    Friday, April 25, 2008
    The Freeman

    Cebu’s top collegiate cagers will once again collide on the hardcourt with the staging of the 2008 M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Summer Basketball Tournament starting on May 10 at the Cebu Coliseum.

    A total of eight teams have already confirmed their participation in the two-month tilt organized by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas through its Visayas Area Head Michel J. Lhuillier and Region 7 director Raul “Yayoy” D. Alcoseba.

    Spearheading the list of entries are the seven-time Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation, Inc. (CESAFI) champion University of the Visayas (UV) Green Lancers and reigning National Inter-Collegiate titlist Southwestern University (SWU) Cobras.

    Also joining are the University of San Carlos (USC) Warriors, University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R) Jaguars, Cebu Institute of Technology (CIT) Wildcats, Don Bosco College (DBC) Greywolves, Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSIT) Skyblazers, and Asian College of Technology (ACT) Cyber Knights.

    “This is part of SBP’s efforts to provide a continuous development program for our basketball athletes in the region,” said Alcoseba, who is also the vice chairman of the Cebu City Sports Commission (CCSC).

    During their initial meeting the other day at Yayoy’s Grill and Resto Bar, coaches and representatives of the different participating teams agreed that the entries will be divided into two brackets.

    They will play a double round robin format in the elimination round, with the top two teams per bracket advancing into the crossover semifinals. The* winners will then slug it out for the championship in a best-of-three affair.

    Alcoseba, who steered M. Lhuillier to countless championships in local and national leagues, said each team is allowed to field in at least five undertrainees.

    “This will be an opportunity for all the teams to give their players the needed exposure in preparation for the upcoming CESAFI season,” said Alcoseba.

    Aside from the Cebu Coliseum, the games will also be played at the newly-renovated USC Gym. In charge of overseeing the technical aspect of the competition is commissioner Jose “Boy” Murillo.

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    Re: 2008 M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Summer Basketball Tournament

    What, no UC?
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    M. Lhuillier summer hoop opens today
    By Emmanuel B. Villaruel
    Wednesday, May 14, 2008
    The Freeman

    Exciting collegiate hardcourt battle will further fan the summer sports heat as the 1st M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Summer Basketball Challenge kicks off this afternoon with a surefire double-header at the Cebu Coliseum.

    In the first game at 4:30 pm, the Don Bosco College Greywolves of coach Rudy Enterina will go up against the Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSIT) Skyblazers of coach Jojo Romarate.

    Right after the Don Bosco-Salazar showdown, the University of San Carlos (USC) Warriors of coach Mike Reyes will take on the floor against the University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R) Jaguars of coach Edito Salacut in the main dish at 6 pm.

    A total of seven teams will slug it out for the championship of the two-month tilt organized by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (BAP-SBP) through its Visayas Area Head Michel J. Lhuillier and Central Visayas Director Raul “Yayoy” D. Alcoseba.

    Leading the pack of competing squads are the seven-time CESAFI champion and 2nd VAAA titlist University of the Visayas (UV) Green Lancers of coach Elmer “Boy” Cabahug and the reigning National Inter-Collegiate champion Southwestern University (SWU) Cobras of coach Dodie Miego.

    The Asian College of Technology (ACT) Cyber Knights of coach Tata Merced complete the list of entries in the tournament that is being held as a runup to the 8th season of the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation, Inc. (CESAFI).

    League commissioner Jose “Boy” Murillo said the competition follows a single round robin format, with the top four teams advancing into the crossover semifinals. The top two seeds will enjoy a twice-to-beat edge over the lower ranked squads. The winners will then clash for a championship in a best-of-three affair.

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    M. Lhuillier summer basketball challenge: USC, Don Bosco off to hot starts
    By Emmanuel B. Villaruel
    Friday, May 16, 2008
    The Freeman

    The University of San Carlos (USC) Warriors and* Don Bosco Greywolves opened their respective titles bid in resounding fashion at the start of the 2008 M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Summer Basketball Challenge the other day at the Cebu Coliseum.

    The USC Warriors walloped the University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R) Jaguars, 83-73, while the Greywolves pinned down the Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSIT) Skyblazers, 100-92.

    Giovanni Padillo scattered 21 points for the USC Warriors, who were in full command of the march after closing the first period with a 27-20 edge.

    The Greywolves, on the other hand, used a crippling second quarter rally to blow off the* Skyblazers.

    Leading by only four after the first 10 minutes of play, 25-21, the Greywolves launched a 27-18 spurt to mount a baker’s dozen lead at halftime, 52-39.

    The Skyblazers retaliated with a 31-22 blast in the third to chop the lead down to only four, 70-74, but the Greywolves kept their poise and composure until the closing seconds of the match to preserve the win.

    The scores

    First game

    Don Bosco (100) - Perturbos 16, De los Santos 14,* De la Rama 13, Villaver 12, Juntilla 10, Enterina 9, Aldave 7, Colegado 6, Lumapas 6, Baring 5, Caballero 2

    SCSIT (92) - Tampus 28, Gabica 18, Calma 14, Tampus 11, De la Vega 8, Aleguiso 4, Amarado 4, Aribal 3, Paquibot 2

    Quarterscores:25-21, 52-39, 74-70, 100-9221-18-31-22

    Second game

    USC (83) - Padillo 19, Otida 9, Cortes 8, Igao 8, Codilla 7, Gallarde 7, San Juan 6, Bakker 6, Bautista 5, Hermosa 4, Blanes 4

    USJ-R (73) - Malinao 21, Ponce 14, Bibera 7, Pateno 7, Amores 6,* Suliman 4, Senining 4, De la Peña 3, Gabas 2, Villaver 2, Duran 2, Delfino 1

    Quarterscores: 27-20, 44-38, 63-56

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    ACT shocks SWU in M. Lhuillier caging
    By Emmanuel B. Villaruel
    Wednesday, May 21, 2008
    The Freeman

    The Asian College of Technology (ACT) Cyber Knights recorded what is by far the biggest upset in the 1st M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Summer Basketball Challenge as they vanquished the reigning National Students Basketball Championships titlist Southwestern University (SWU) Cobras, 92-88, the other day at the Cebu Coliseum.

    The stunning victory served strong notice of the Cyber Knights’ serious title campaign despite they’re considered among the tournament underdogs.

    That lowly billing wasn’t evident as the Cyber Knights was in complete command of the match, closing the first half with a 43-37 edge before padding its lead to a dozen points, 66-54, going into the payoff period.

    With their pride smitten, the Cobras staged a last ditch 34-26 rally in the windup, but that was already too late as the Cyber Knights have already piled up enough points to secure the marginal win.

    Earlier, the University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R) Jaguars bounced back from their opening day loss and unleashed their wrath on the Don Bosco College Greywolves, 98-79.

    The Jaguars launched an unforgiving offensive at the outset to batter the Greywolves in the first two quarters, 51-37. After toning down in the third, the Jaguars went back to usual business and closed the match with a 26-19 bang to seal the 19-point cakewalk.

    The scores

    First game

    USJ-R (9 - Justiniani 16, Amores 13, Delfino 9, Ponce 9, Pateño 9, Gudez 9, Pogoy 7, Malinao 7, Bibera 6, Gabas 5, Senining 4,* De la Peña 2

    Don Bosco (79) - Lumapas 21, Aldave 15, Perturbos 13, De los Santos 7, De la Rama 6, Enterina 6, Colegado 4, Alvarez 3, Caballero 2, Tecson 2

    Quarterscores:26-21, 51-37, 72-60, 98-79

    Second game

    ACT (92) - Nuñez 26, Vistal 24, Pontemayor 9, Batiancila 8, Suico 7, Albillaro 7, Cadiz 2, Doy 2

    SWU (8 - Zanoria 23, Belande 15, Litorja 12, Maguate 10, Diango 9, Jalandoni 6, Canonigo 6, Armecin 3, Escover 2, Divinagracia 2

    Quarterscores:21-20, 43-37, 66-54, 92-88

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    Re: 2008 M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Summer Basketball Tournament

    why is it that UC did not join this tournament?

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    ACT now 2-0; SWU bounces back
    By Emmanuel B. Villaruel
    Friday, May 23, 2008
    The Freeman

    The Asian College of Technology (ACT) Cyber Knights snatched their second straight victory, while the Southwestern University (SWU) Cobras bounced back from a* previous setback with aplomb in the 1st M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Summer Basketball Challenge last Wednesday at the Cebu Coliseum.

    The ACT Cyber Knights used a decisive opening attack to demolish the Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSIT) Skyblazers, 88-76 and take the temporary led with a clean 2-0 slate, while the SWU Cobras barged into the win column with a 77-75 squeaker over the University of* San Carlos (USC) Warriors.

    The Cyber Knights opened the game with a 30-17 bang that left the Skyblazers groping for form the rest of the way.

    The Skyblazers pulled within 61-69 at the end of the third period, but the sprited Cyber Knights charged back in the final stretch to quash SCSIT’s comeback attempt.

    Later in the day, the Cobras raced to a sizzling 28-19 start, but the Warriors retaliated in the second quarter to chop the deficit down to only three points at halftime, 43-46.

    The two protagonists figured in an air-tight battle from thereon, but the Cobras, the reigning National Students Basketball champions, kept their poise and composure at crunchtime to hang on to a three-point win.

    Clifford Maguate topped the Cobras with 17 points, while Eric Zanoria and Alfred Belande banged in 13 markers apiece.

    The scores

    First game

    ACT (8 - Vistal 29, Nunez 23, Pontemayor 9, Suico 7, Batiancila 7, Cadis 5, Doy 3, Valencia 2

    SCSIT (76) - Calma 16, Gabica 14, Amarado 13, J. Tampus 11, Tampus 7, Jabadan 4, Rabayan 4, De la Vega 3, Aribal 2, Bacayo 2

    Quarterscores:30-17, 52-41, 69-61, 88-76

    Second game

    SWU (77) - Maguate 17, Zanoria 13, Belande 13, Armecin 12, Diango 6, Poligrates 4, Kwong 4, Litorja 3, Canonigo 2,Ceniza 2

    USC (75) - Padillo 19, Cortes 10, Blanes 7, San Juan 6, Hermosa 6, Bercede 5, Bautista 4, Igao 4, Bakker 3, Otida 2, Gallarde 2

    Quarterscores: 28-19, 46-43, 64-57, 77-75

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    SWU Cobras turn back Warriors for first win
    Friday, May 23, 2008
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    THE Southwestern University (SWU) Cobras suffered some mental lapses but recovered just in time to escape from the University of San Carlos (USC) Warriors, 77-75, for its first win in the BAP-SBP sanctioned 1st M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Summer League 2008 at the Cebu Coliseum last Wednesday evening.

    In the other game, the Asian College of Technology (ACT) Cyber Knights notched its second win, 88-76, over the Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSIT) Skyblazers to stay as the only unbeaten team in the tournament.

    The Cobras were in control from the start of the game, and behind the deadly quartet of Clefford Maguate, Richie Jalandoni, Eric Zanoria, Alfred Belande, SWU cruised to an early 28-19 lead in the opening quarter.

    Charge

    But with Giovanni Padillo leading the charge for the Warriors, USC rallied to close the first half within 43-46.

    However, USC went cold at the start of the third quarter and but with the three-point bombs of Eleazar Armecin and the fastbreak points of Ardd Evan Django off Warriors turnovers, SWU was able to erect a 60-43 lead at the 5:07 mark of the third on a 10-0 run.

    Counter

    Padillo again bailed the Warriors out from the deep pit as USC countered with a 14-2 counter rally.

    SWU threatened to pull away in the fourth but USC found an answer to every rally of the Cobras.

    The Cobras enjoyed a 77-69 lead at the final 2:59 mark when USC came out roaring from a timeout to close behind 75-77 at the last 39.0 mark.

    Elvid Poligrates missed his second wide open layup at the other end that could have given SWU the breather as USC made its final attack but Poligrates was able to tap the ball away from the hands of Padillo and Chris Litorja completed the steal before the final buzzer sounded. (RCM)

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    Sunday, May 25, 2008
    USC nails second win
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    THE UNIVERSITY of San Carlos (USC) Warriors went through the eye of the needle before stopping the smaller but equally hard-fighting Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSCIT) Skyblazers with a 95-90 win in the lone match of the first M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Summer Basketball Tournament at the Cebu Coliseum yesterday.

    The game was closely fought with each team taking turns at the driver’s seat all game long. For this game, the Warriors leaned on Jaby Bautista and Sam Jordan Hermosa to lead the team’s assault.

    Despite the usual contributions of Cid Joven Cortes and team leader Giovanni Padillo, the Warriors could not seem to pull away for good as the triumvirate of Benjie Calma, Jun Jun Gabica and Jeffrey Tampus were there to spoil USC’s chances of building up a comfortable lead.

    In the end, however, the cruchtime composure of the more experienced Warriors paid off as the Skyblazers crumbled into pieces in the final 1:30 minutes of the game.

    Bautista topped USC with 17 points while Hermosa added 15. Cortes and Padillo combined for 22 points for the Warriors to claim its second win in three games. (RCM)

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    Sunday, June 01, 2008
    Jaguars humble ACT Knights in MLKP Summer hoops
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    THE University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R) Jaguars made the tournament more exciting after handing the erstwhile undefeated Asian College of Technology (ACT) Cyber Knights a 110-92 drubbing in the ongoing 1st M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Summer Basketball Challenge at the Cebu Coliseum last Friday evening.

    The Jaguars shared the second spot with its tormentor University of San Carlos (USC) Warriors coming into the game and broke the match wide open in the final period by outscoring the hardworking Knights, 28-16, for the rout.

    Aside from their fourth quarter surge, the Jaguars limited ACT leading scorer Joel Vistal to just 12 points after averaging 25.67 points per game in the team’s three straight wins.

    Luther Luke Justiniani led three other Jaguars who scored in double digits with 22 points. Dondon Nuñez scored the game-high 27 points for ACT and Elmer Aparice came off from a long rest with 22.

    Three-way tie

    In the opening game, Sam Jordan Hermosa scored 16 points and Gino Gallarde added 12 to lead the University of San Carlos Warriors to an 85-79 victory over the Don Bosco College Greywolves.

    USC, USJ-R and ACT are now locked in a three-way tie with 3-1 win-loss slates but it will be broken tonight with the Jaguars looking for their fourth win against the Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology Skyblazers in the opening game of today’s triple header Sunday.

    The main match will feature USC against ACT at 6 p.m., while SWU and DBTC face each other at 4:30.

    USC (85)—Hermosa 16, Gallarde 12, Padillo 9, Blanes 9, Otida 9, Cortes 7, Bakker 7, Codilla 5, Bautista 4, Joven 3, Igao 2, Dalos 2.
    DBC (79)—De los Santos 18, Enterina 15, de la Rama 9, Juntilla 7, Aldave 6, Villaver 5, Colegado 3, Lumapas 2, Caballero 2. Quarters: 23-22; 34-34; 60-53; 85-79.

    USJ-R (110)—Justiniani 22, Malinao 12, Senining 12, Pateño 10, Delfino 8, Villaver 8, Amores 6, Gabas 6, de la Peña 5, Gudez 3, Babiera 2, Suliman 2.
    ACT (92)—Nuñez 27, Aparice 22, Paraguya 12, Vistal 12, Batiancila 8, Suico 7, Abillero 3, Pontemayor 1. Quarters: 17-18; 48-40; 82-76; 110-92. (RCM)


 
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