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  1. #51

    Re: Pirates 2008 and 2007 NSL line-up

    Sounds like Derrick Rose and his posse at Simeon High School. Three members of the back to back champion state high school basketball team had their grades changed for a month when their transcripts were presented to their division I school. Rose is smelling like the proverbial flower by hitting the NBA lottery but his posse members are either in college limbo or in jail. Memphis may pay the price for consorting with a known street agent, kapatid ni Rose.

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    Saturday October 8 at San Beda - - -

    10:00 AM San Beda B vs NU B
    11:30 AM San Lorenzo vs Lyceum B
    1:00 PM Arellano A HS vs UST B HS
    2:30 PM UP B vs NCBA

  3. #53


    Joe posted the 2011-2012 Fr Martin Cup Open conference schedules for the new year, please visit the thread for particulars.

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    Men's Quarterfinals ___

    Saturday February 11 at Trinity - - -

    10:00 - Lyceum v Letran
    11:30 - NU v Fatima
    1:00 - San Beda v FEU

    Thursday February 16 at San Beda - - -

    2:00 - Arellano v UE

  5. #55
    Ateneo De Manila was 2-3 yesterday in Fr Martin Cup action, as the Blue Eaglets defeated the Adamson Baby Falcons 66-61, the Blue Eagles licked the UP Fighting Maroons 65-53, while the Lady Eagles bowed to the FEU Lady Tams 43-41.

    The Lasalle Lady Archers also disposed of the Fatima Lady Phoenix.

    Men's quarterfinals will be tomorrow Tuesday at the San Beda gym in Mendiola, Manila commencing at 10:30 AM.

    Matches in the Gabby Severino Quarterfinals are as follows:

    JRU versus Letran
    Ateneo A versus Perpetual Help
    UE versus Lasalle
    Adamson versus FEU

    There will also be one last junior division elimination round game at 9:00 Am of this same game day pitting San Beda HS A versus STI Juniors.

    All seminifnal games will be held on Thursday June 7 at Trinity University gym in E Rodriguez. Match-ups in teh senior division will be determined based on the outcomes of the Gabby Severino Quarterfinals.

    Ladies' semifinals have Lasalle versus Lyceum and FEU versus Adamson.

    Finals for all three divisions will be on Sunday June 10 at the San Beda gym in Mendiola. It will be a one-game winner-take-all match for all three division championships.

  6. #56

    Stags zap Chiefs, secure solo 2nd

    By Cedelf P. Tupas

    Philippine Daily Inquirer

    12:26 am | Friday, August 31st, 2012

    Ian Sangalang asserted his might inside the paint, while Ronald Pascual broke out of his slump as San Sebastian dumped Arellano, 79-71, last night to vault into solo second in the 88th NCAA basketball tournament at Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

    The 6-foot-6 Sangalang played the entire game and finished with 22 points and 14 boards to help the Stags survive the absence of the suspended Calvin Abueva.

    Pascual, who just recovered from flu, shot 18 points that went with nine rebounds.

    The Stags looked in control until early in the final period when the Chiefs went on a 10-0 blast to tie the game at 63.

    But the Stags figured out a way to solve the Chiefs’ fullcourt press and Pascual fired two triples sandwiched by short jumpers from Sangalang as the Stags, pulled away at 73-63.

    In the second game, St. Benilde arrested a four-game slide with an 87-73 trouncing of Lyceum.

    The scores:

    SAN SEBASTIAN 79—Sangalang 22, Pascual 18, Juico 9, Miranda 9, Maiquez 8, Dela Cruz 7, Gusi 6, Binuya 0, Balucanag 0, Antipuesto 0.

    ARELLANO 71—Hernandez 21, Forrester 13, Pinto 10, Zulueta 8, Caperal 8, Cadavis 4, Acidre 4, Salcedo 2, Bangga 1.

    Quarters: 24-25, 41-35, 63-57, 79-71

  7. #57

    Bombers rip Stags, stay in Final 4 race

    By Joey Villar

    (The Philippine Star)

    Updated September 28, 2012 12:00 AM

    Games tomorrow

    12 p.m. – EAC vs Letran (Jrs)

    2 p.m. – Perpetual vs San Beda (Jrs)

    4 p.m. – EAC vs Letran (Srs)

    6 p.m. – Perpetual vs San Beda (Srs)

    MANILA, Philippines - Jose Rizal fed on an explosive first half offensive and bucked repeated rallies by San Sebastian for an 82-74 victory that kept the Bombers Final Four hopes afloat in the 88th NCAA men’s basketball tournament at The Arena in San Juan City yesterday.

    Byron Villarias unleashed a game-high 28 points he spiked with a season-high tying eight triples as the Bombers snared their 10th win against seven losses to move just half-a-game behind joint third running Perpetual Help Altas and Letran Knights (10-6).

    Jose Rizal survived a second half explosion by Calvin Abueva, who struggled in the early going but finished strong and wound up with 26 points, 20 rebounds, four assists and three blocks.

    But the Bombers, who nearly squandered a 20-point bulge at the turn, made the right plays at the right time on both ends down the stretch to preserve the victory while dealing Stags their fifth defeat againt 11 triumphs.

    “I’m just happy the players showed character in the end,” said Jose Rizal coach Vergel Meneses.

    JRU’s win likewise gave reigning champion San Beda the top seeding with a 14-2 card.

    Earlier, Fil-Canadian James Forrester fired 24 points as Arellano U trounced an undermanned Lyceum side, 58-49, in a non-bearing game.

    Forrester highlighted his scoring binge with five triples as the Chiefs took control in the second quarter and went on to dominate the Pirates to hike their record to 6-10.

    Although out of the Final Four race, Arellano U coach Koy Banal still told his players to play their best.

    “Whether it’s a championship game or just a practice match, I always tell players to give it all,” said Banal, who hopes to figure well in the semis race next year with an intact roster.

    The Pirates, who have played without Chris Cayabyab, Vence Laude, Mark Francisco and Floricel Guevarra for the third straight game due to academic deficiencies, fell to 3-14.

    In juniors’ play, San Sebastian fought off a furious challenge by Jose Rizal as it carved out a 79-70 victory to seize the solo lead and clinch the first twice-to-beat advantage in the Final Four with a 15-1 record.

    Arellano U routed Lyceum, 125-36, in another non-bearing contest to improve to 7-9.

    Jose Rizal fell to 6-11 while Lyceum took its 16th straight loss.

  8. #58
    From Peter Atencio of the Fr Martin Cup media center ___

    Beda Whips Letran

    Games Dec. 15
    (at the Arellano University-Legarda gym)

    9 a.m. UP vs Letran
    10:30 a.m. Adamson vs Informatics
    12 nn Mapua vs EAC

    The defending champion San Beda Red Lions held off the Letran Knights, 69-55, last Sunday in the 9th Fr. Martin Cup Collegiate Open basketball tournament at the Arellano University-Legarda gymnasium in Sampaloc, Manila.

    Ryusei Koga and Arthur de la Cruz delivered the big baskets for the Red Lions, who bounced back from a 64-56 beating they got from the University of Perpetual Help Altas the other week.

    Koga shot 15 points while de la Cruz provided 13 for the Red Lion, who picked up their first win in two games in Group A.

    The Knights, bannered by Mark Cruz with 12 points, remained in the lead with their 2-1 win-loss card.

    In other games, the University of the Philippines Maroons prevailed over the Lyceum Philippines University Pirates, 72-69, while the College of St. Benilde-A Blazers won over the Mapua Cardinals, 71-69.

    Jason Ligad showed the way for the UP Maroons with 18 points while Joseph Marata hit 15.

    Jonathan Grey fired 14 points for the Blazers.

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