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    6th MLKP Inter-School U-21 Developmental Basketball Tournament

    11 teams to join MLKP Cup hoop
    By Emmanuel B. Villaruel
    Monday, June 23, 2008
    The Freeman

    A total of 11 teams have so far confirmed their participation in the 5th M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Under-21 Developmental Basketball League tentatively set to kick off on August 10 at the Consolacion Sports Complex.

    League organizer and M. Lhuillier Sports Development Foundation (MLSDF) executive director Eddie B. Ybañez revealed that the University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R) and Consolacion will be fielding in two teams each.

    Ave Maria Sanctuary Park and Emil’s Lechon Manol will banner USJ-R’s campaign, while Consolacion will have its selection and the Black Shama squad.

    Also signifying their intent to join the tournament are defending champion MLSDF U-21 Selection, Hoop It Up/Fifth Avenue, Athletes for Christ through Evangelical Service (ACES), University of the Visayas (UV)-Mandaue Academy, Danao Selection, Pajo National High School, and Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSIT).

    With more than teams taking part, commissioner Aurelio Eslawan said during a meeting at Whitegold House Restaurant that the entries will be divided into two brackets that will play a single round robin in the elimination phase.

    The top two teams per bracket will advance into the crossover semifinals. The Bracket A topseed will be going up against B2, in the same way with the Bracket B top qualifier against the second-ranked squad in Bracket A.

    A first in the four-year history of the league, the top performing teams will receive cash prizes. The champion will pocket P5,000, while the second and third placers will get P3,000 and P2,000, respectively.* * *

    The MLKP U-21 Basketball League aims to further harness the skills of aspiring hoopsters preparatory for bigger leagues particularly the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation, Inc. (CESAFI).

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    All systems go for 6th MLKP U-21 Development Basketball League this Sunday
    Friday, August 15, 2008
    The Freeman

    It’s all systems go for the 6th M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Under-21 Development League “Charity Basketball For-A-Cause” this Sunday at the Consolacion Sports Complex.

    Games on Sunday (Consolacion Sports Complex)

    4:00 pm – Opening
    5:00 pm – MLSDF vs. Black Shama
    6:40 pm – Ave Maria vs. Mandaue
    8:20 pm – Jeff Pharma vs. RemEMBER

    Before the hardcourt hostilities, a simple opening program will take place at 4 pm. Among the luminaries expected to grace the affair are Consolacion Mayor Avelino Gungob Sr., Vice Mayor Ember Alinsug, highly-esteemed sportsman and the league’s chief corporate backer Michel J. Lhuillier, and M. Lhuillier Sports Development Foundation (MLSDF) executive director Eddie B. Ybañez.

    In the season-opener at 5 pm, defending champion MLSDF selection will go up against the Consolacion National High School (CNHS) Black Shama, while the Ave Maria Sanctuary Park, manned by undertrainees of the University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R), will take on the Mandaue City Stallions of Mayor Jonas Cortes at 6:40 pm.

    In the main attraction scheduled at 8:20 pm, Jeff Pharma, composed of aspiring hoopsters from the University of San Carlos (USC), will square off against Team RemEMBER of host Consolacion.

    A total of 14 teams divided into two brackets of seven are seeing action in the two-month cage wars organized by MLSDF in association with the municipal government of Consolacion.

    Pooled with MLSDF and Black Shama under Bracket A are the Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSIT) Baby Sklyblazers, Philweb, Athletes for Christ through Excellent Service (ACES) of coach Al Solis, University of the Visayas (UV)-Mandaue Academy, and Southwestern University (SWU) Baby Cobras.

    The rest of the Bracket B entries are 5th Avenue Telecom/Hoop It Up, bannered by Cebu Institute of Technology (CIT) cagers, Mabolo Christian Academy, and the University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF) Baby Panthers of Camilo Go, who is a native of Consolacion.

    Commissioner Aurelio Eslawan said the tournament follows a single round robin format in the elimination, with the top two teams advancing into the crossover semis. The winners will then figure in a sudden-death title showdown.

    Aside from trophies and medals to the outstanding individual performers, the champion will receive P5,000, while the second and third placers will take home P3,000 and P2,000, respectively.

    As agreed earlier, the cash prizes will be donated to a charitable institution of the winners’ choice. Also, proceeds of the event will be handed out to the less fortunate Cebuanos.

    “This is MLSDF’s payback to the community. Alongside MLSDF’s unflinching commitment to sports development is its socio-civic responsibility of reaching out the needy ones,” said Ybañez, the forerunner of the MLKP* U-21 League which is now on its sixth season.– EBV

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    MLSDF selection fends off CNHS Black Shama in U-21 caging
    Thursday, August 21, 2008
    The Freeman

    The MLSDF selection opened its back-to-back title campaign on a stellar note, carving out a 68-59 victory in come-from-behind fashion over the Consolacion National High School (CNHS) Black Shama at the start of the 6th M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Under-21 Developmental Basketball League at the Consolacion Sports Complex.

    Employing tough defense, host Black Shama of coach Dennis Damalerio scored the game’s first six points and used it as a leverage to dictate the tempo of the match from that point on. Black Shama was ahead by eight at halftime, 30-22, and kept a three-point edge, 50-47, going into the final quarter.

    However, the Black Shama mainstays suffered a monumental collapse on both ends of the court in the final three-minute mark of the contest, enabling the MLSDF stalwarts to stage a great escape by hitting bigtime shots and crucial fastbreak plays when it mattered most.

    A total of 14 teams halved into two groups of seven are taking part in the three-month tilt organized by the M. Lhuillier Sports Development Foundation though the efforts of its executive director Eddie B. Ybañez.

    MLSDF and CNHS Black Shama are under Bracket A together with the Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSIT) Baby Skyblazers, Philweb, Athletes for Christ through Excellent Service (ACES), and Southwestern University (SWU) Baby Cobras.

    Pooled in Bracket B are the 5th Avenue Telecom, RemEMBER, Jeff Pharma, University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF) Baby Panthers, Mabolo Christian Academy, Ave Maria Sanctuary Park, and Mandaue City Stallions.

    The champion will receive P5,000, while the second and third placers will get P3,000 and P2,000, respectively. The prizes will be donated to charitable institutions of the winners’ choice.

    The scores

    MLSDF (6 - Villanil 13, Ferraren 11, Tabalin 8, Bucayan 8. R. Cabahug 8, Dabuco 7, Oteda 5, Sebial 4, Panerio 2, Banate 2

    CNHS (59) - Linao 14, Malagar 9, Jabla 7, Tibalan 7, Ropal 6, Bacang 4, Najarro 4, Cadampog 4, De la Torre 2, Conde 2

    Quarterscores;9-14, 22-30, 47-50, 68-59 – EBV

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    Remember whacks Jeff Pharma in M. Lhuillier Under-21 cagefest
    Saturday, August 23, 2008
    The Freeman

    Team Remember of host Consolacion launched an explosive fourth-quarter attack to vanquish Jeff’s Pharmadent, 68-55, in the 6th M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Under-21 Developmental Basketball League at the Consolacion Sports Complex.

    Games today

    (Consolacion Sports Complex)

    4:30 pm Philweb vs. ACES

    8:30 pm USPF vs. Mabolo CA

    The two protagonists figured in an air-tight duel in the early goings that resulted into a 31-all standoff at halftime, but the Remember mainstays of Consolacion Vice Mayor Ember V. Alinsug and coach Paul Alelu Q. Flores found their bearing in the third canto to gain a six-point headway, 50-44, entering the final 10 minutes of the contest.

    Team Remember kept its sizzling offensive in the last quarter where they outscored Jeff’s Pharmadent, 18-11, to ice the 13-point romp.

    The champion will receive P5,000, while the second and third placers will get P3,000 and P2,000, respectively. The prizes will be donated to charitable institutions of the winners’ choice.

    The scores

    Remember (6 - Dahil 17, Valle 15, Gonzaga 8, Medida 6, Somosot 6, Ermac 6, Dumaguit 4, Pilapil 4, Ponce 4

    Jeff’s Pharmadent (55) - Tiu 12, Resilla 10, Fernandez 7, Tagaloguin 7, Dinsay 6, Lasala 3, Adlawan 3, Castañeda 3, Cipres 2, Areja 2

    Quarterscores:14-13, 31-31, 50-44, 68-55 —EBV

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    ACES streaks past Philweb in MLKP U-21 caging
    Wednesday, August 27, 2008
    The Freeman

    The Athletes for Christ through Excellent Service (ACES) bucked off a sluggish start to turn back Philweb, 83-59, at the resumption of the 6th M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Under-21 Developmental Basketball League at the Consolacion Sports Complex.

    Philweb went off to a 4-0 start, but the ACES were consistently chasing in to eventually forge a 17-all deadlock with three minutes left in the first period.

    As Philweb remained silent on the offensive end, the ACES made a 6-0 bang to close the opening session with a 23-17 advantage.

    It was an all-ACES show from thereon, closing the first half with a 15-point edge, 43-28.

    Philweb trimmed the deficit down to a dozen points, 48-60, but the ACES unleashed a decisive fouth-quarter attack, 23-11, to come up with a 24-point demolition.

    The champion in the M. Lhuillier Sports Development Foundation (MLSDF)-organized tournament will receive P5,000, while the second and third placers will get P3,000 and P2,000, respectively. Since it is an event for a cause, the prizes will be donated to charitable institutions of the winners’ choice.

    The scores

    ACES (83) - Cañada 24, Señires 16, Lacno 13, Cabahug 8, Guzon 6, Ang 4, Lapiño 4, Amigaba 3, Dugenio 2, Pasumala 2, Po 1

    Philweb (59) - Baba 12, Tecson 11, Saceda 6, Labata 6, Tolosa 6, Povadora 5, Iway 4, Chua 4, Alejo 3, Iway 2

    Quarterscores:23-17, 43-28, 60-48, 83-59 (EBV)

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    MCA holds off* USPF in M. Lhuillier U-21 caging
    Thursday, August 28, 2008
    The Freeman

    Mabolo Christian Academy joined MLSDF, RemEmber and ACES in the winners’ circle after it drubbed the University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF) Baby Panthers, 69-60, in the continuing action of the 6th M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Under-21 Developmental Basketball League at the Consolacion Sports Complex.

    The MCA cagers were smoking right after the opening tip-off to take a 15-point advantage, 26-11, at the end of the first period.

    The Baby Panthers of coach Camilo Go, however, staged a furious rally in the second quarter to whittle the deficit down to just a matchstick at the bend, 33-34.

    Armed with their steady offense, the Baby Panthers eventually grabbed the driver’s seat, 48-47, entering the final 10 minutes of the contest.

    It was a tight-rope match the rest of the way, with the Baby Panthers still enjoying a hairline edge, 60-59 at the final five-minute mark of the contest.

    But in a sudden twist of event, USPF went scoreless from there, enabling the MCA mainstays to close the game with a fluid 10-0 blast to ice the win.

    The champion in the M. Lhuillier Sports Development Foundation-organized tilt will receive P5,000, while the second and third placers will get P3,000 and P2,000, respectively. Being an event for a cause, the prizes will be donated to charitable institutions of the winners’ choice.

    The scores

    MCA (69) - Orbeta 15, Rodavia 14, Tabaquero 11, Olivares 8, Oyao 8, Sacedor 6, Herbabuena 4, Olita 3

    USPF (60) - Maraño 19, Unabia 17, Loberanes 13, Daan 6, Quilaton 3, Cabatingan 2

    Quarterscores:26-11, 34-33, 47-48, 69-60 – EBV

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    5th Avenue Telecom starts hot in M. Lhuillier Under-21 hoop
    Friday, August 29, 2008
    The Freeman

    The 5th Avenue Telecom of coach Marvin Felicis stepped up bigtime when the game was on the line to upset the Mandaue City Stallions, 68-62, in the 6th M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Under-21 Developmental Basketball League at the Consolacion Sports Complex.

    It was a sorry loss for the Stallions of coach Eugenio Ruiz who were leading most of the way until 5th Avenue Telecom turned the tables on them in the final two-minute mark of the contest.

    The Stallions enjoyed an early 20-13 lead and close the first half with an eight-point advantage, 36-28. The last time there were on top was at 61-60 as Talingting sank a bone-cracking triple - his lone output in the game - to change the complexion of the match in favor of 5th Avenue Telecom.

    5th Avenue Telecom never looked back from there, sealing its come-from-behind triumph with a blistering 8-0 run.

    The scores
    5th Avenue Telecom (6 - Jacoma 17, Aguto 14, Quilab 12, Muradas 7, Guardiario 7, Talingting 3, Cañete 2, Alon 2, Solis 2, Marquez 2

    Mandaue (62) - A. Cabahug 15, R. Cabahug 14, Salazar 7, Mosqueda 6, Antolijao 5, Araño 4, Lacuna 3, Premacio 2, Provido 2, Santos 2, Omolon 2

    Quarterscores:13-20, 28-36, 51-47, 68-62 – EBV

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    Ave Maria Sanctuary Park crushes Liloan in MLKP U-21 cagefest
    Thursday, September 4, 2008
    The Freeman

    The Ave Maria Sanctuary Park got off to a slow start but went on a scoring rampage starting in the second period to shackle Liloan selection, 88-72, in the resumption of the 6th M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Under-21 Developmental Basketball League at the Consolacion Sports Complex.

    The Ave Maria mainstays trailed by a hairline after the first period, 17-18, but immediately found their offensive rhythm in the second canto to grab the lead at halftime, 38-34, for good.

    Ave Maria, manned by upcoming players from the University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R), stayed hot after the short break to pad its lead to 11 points, 63-52, heating into the payoff period.

    Ave Maria then closed the match with a 25-20 bang to ice the 16-point romp and send strong statement to their rivals of their serious title campaign in the three-month tilt organized by the M. Lhuillier Sports Development Foundation (MLSDF) through the efforts of its executive director Eddie B. Ybañez.

    Aside from trophies and medals to the outstanding individual achievers, the champion will receive P5,000, while the second and third placers will get P3,000 and P2,000, respectively. But since it is a basketball event for a cause as agreed upon by all the participating teams, the prizes will be donated to charitable institutions of the winners’ choice.

    The scores
    Ave Maria (8 - Montenegro 29, Abing 12, Trillo 9, Villarin 8, Igonia 7, Morales 7, Senining 6, De la Rama 5, Semblante 5

    Liloan (72) - Conahap 22, Pepito 11, Urot 8, Conahap 8, Bareta 8, Bantilan 7, Javier 6, Andoy 1, Ladana 1

    Quarterscores:17-18, 38-34, 63-52, 88-72* – EBV

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    MLSDF selection logs second straight victory
    Wednesday, September 10, 2008
    The Freeman

    The MLSDF selection notched its second straight win in as many games at the expense of Philweb, 62-55, in the resumption of the 6th M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Under-21 Developmental Basketball League at the Consolacion Sports Complex.

    The MLSDF mainstays waxed hot right after the opening tip-off, scoring the game’s first 10 points en route to a 20-11 lead after the first period.

    Philweb, manned by aspiring hoopsters from the University of San Carlos, pulled within three at halftime, 28-31, but the MLSDF stars executed their gameplan with finesse in the third canto to mount a baker’s dozen lead, 50-37, going into the final 10 minutes of the contest.

    Again, the hard-fighting Philweb staged a daring rally to knot the count at 55-all in the final two-minute mark but Oteda came to the rescue by drilling in back-to-back field goals to give MLSDF a 56-52 breather. Curiously, those were Oteda’s only points of the game.

    The champion in the tournament organized by the M. Lhuillier Sports Development Foundation through the efforts of its dynamic executive director Eddie B. Ybañez will receive P5,000, while the second and third placers will take home P3,000 and P2,000.

    Since it is a fund-raising tilt, the prizes will be donated to charitable institutions of the winners’ choice.

    The scores
    MLSDF (62) – Dabuco 15, Cabahug 11, Bucayan 6, Villanil 6, Ferraren 6, Panerio 5, Oteda 4, Sebial 4, Basco 3, Tabalin 2

    Philweb (55) – Ang 17, Povadora 11, Labata 7, Iway 6, Te 5, Baba 5, Manaloto 3, Saceda 1

    Quarterscores:20-11, 31-28, 50-37, 62-55—EBV

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    MCA now 2-0 in MLKP U-21 hoop
    Saturday, September 13, 2008
    The Freeman

    The Mabolo Christian Academy crushed Liloan selection, 71-56, for its second straight win in as many games in the 6th M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Under-21 Developmental Basketball League at the Consolacion Sports Complex.

    The MCA chargers did not give host Liloan any breathing space after jumping off to a fying 20-9 start.

    The lead grew to 15 points at halftime, 37-24, and by the end of the third quarter, MCA further ripped the game apart, 55-38.

    In the other games, the University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF) Baby Panthers and Consolacion National High School (CNHS) Black Shama preyed on separate foes for their first win in the tournament organized by the M. Lhuillier Sports Development Foundation (MLSDF) through the initiative of its executive director Eddie B. Ybañez.

    USPF streaked past Jeff’s Pharmadent, 55-50, while Black Shama of coach Dennis Damalerio banked on the game-long brilliance of Lemuel Malagar to stun the Athletes for Christ through Excellent Service (ACES), 73-65.

    The Black Panthers trailed by seven at the end of the first period, 6-9, but bounced back with finesse in the succeeding period to wrest the driver’s seat at halftime, 24-23, for good.

    Malagar, on the other hand, pumped in nine straight points of his season-high 29 markers to shatter a 60-all standoff and vault Black Shama to triumph.

    The sccores
    First game
    Mabolo CA (71) - Orbeta 19, Rodavia 12, Oyao 9, Sacedor 8, Olita 7, Dajalos 5, Tabaquero 5, Moncada 2, Herbabuena 2, Barte 2

    Liloan (56) - R. Conahap 14, Cipriano 10, Javier 8, Bareta 8, Conahap 8, Bantilan 5, Patigdas 3

    Quarterscores:20-9, 37–24, 55–38, 71-56
    Second game
    USPF (55) - Loberanes 14, Maraño 13, Paogoy 13, Mica 5, Unabia 4, Daan 4, Cabatingan 2

    Jeff’s Pharma (50) - Resilla 9, Cipres 8, Fernandez 7, Castañeda 7, Adlawan 3, Gallur 3, Mellana 3, Mo 2

    Quarterscores:9-16, 24–23, 46–36, 55-50
    Third game
    CNHS (73) - Malagar 29, Linao 14, Ropal 12, Najarro 6, Cadampog 6, Tibalan 4, Conde 2

    ACES (65) - Cañada 21, Senires 15, Lapiño 13, Guzon 4, Lacno 4, Po 4, Ang 2, Millore 2

    Quarterscores:17-17, 37-34, 54-52, 73-65 – EBV


 
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