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

    RemEMBER thumps USPF in MLKP U-21 hoop
    Thursday, October 30, 2008
    The Freeman

    Team RemEMBER unleashed a bone-cracking offensive in the final period to crush the University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF) Baby Panthers, 85-73, in the 6th M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Under-21 Developmental Basketball League at the Consolacion Sports Complex.

    The RemEMBER stalwarts of Consolacion Vice Mayor Ember V. Alinsug and Poblacion Oriental Brgy. Councilor Paul Alelu Q. Flores dictated the tempo of the match after taking an early 20-15 lead, but the USPF Baby Panthers of coach Camilo Go rallied back in the third period to gain a four-point headway, 56-52, going into the final 10 minutes of the contest.

    That proved to be USPF’s last hurrah as the RemEMBER cagers suddenly spewed fire and opened the last quarter with an amazing 18-0 run to break the game wide open, 70-56, with less than four minutes left to play.

    RemEMBER played steadier down the stretch to complete the great escape.

    Thus, RemEMBER stayed at solo second place in Bracket B with a 5-1 win-loss record behind the undefeated front-runner 5th Avenue Telecom (4-0) of coach Marvin Felices. USPF suffered its second setback against the same number of wins.

    The scores* *
    RemEMBER (85) - Gonzaga 20, Valle 15, Dumaguit 10, Dahil 10, Medida 8, Ermac 6, Flores 4, Tibon 4, Pilapil 4, Somosot 2, Bio 2

    USPF (73) - Maraño 22, Loberanes 21, Daan 10, Unabia 6, Quilatgon 4, Misa 4, Lim 3, Cabatingan 3 Quarterscores:20-15, 35-33, 52-56, 85-73* – EBV

  2. #22

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

    Ave Maria stays alive in MLKP Under-21 cagefest
    Updated December 18, 2008 12:00 AM*
    The Freeman

    Cebu - Ave Maria Sanctuary Park lived and fight for another day after gunning down the twice-to-beat 5th Avenue Telecom, 72-68, in the quarterfinal round of the 6th M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Under-21 Developmental Basketball League at the Consolacion Sports Complex.

    The two squads will again meet this Saturday in a sudden-death match, with the winner advancing into the semifinals.

    It was a close battle for most of the way with neither team leading by more than six points. Ave Maria enjoyed its biggest edge at 55-50 at the end of the third period.

    The 5th Avenue Telecom of coach Marvin Felicis rallied back in the closing minutes of the contest to forge a 65-all deadlock with 58 seconds to go, but Abing played hero’s role by hitting back-to-back field goals to give Ave Maria a 69-65 breather with 23 ticks left before the final buzzer.

    Abing topscored for Ave Maria with 26 points followed by Michael Montenegro with 23 markers.

    The three-month tilt is organized by M. Lhuillier Sports Development Foundation (MLSDF) executive director and multi-titled coach Eddie B. Ybañez. The cash prizes as well as part of the tournament proceeds will be donated to charitable institutions of the winners’ choice.

    The scores

    Ave Maria SP (72) - Abing 26, Montenegro 23, Cinco 4, Obledado 5, Herdia 2, Dela Rama 3, Senining 3, Morales 2, Trillo 2, Semblante 2

    5th Ave Telecom (6 - Alon 15, Mangin 9, Solis 9, Talingting 7, Ababa 5, Marquez 5, Quilab 6, Cañete 4, Guardiario 4

    Quarterscores:21-14, 36-33, 55-50, 72-68. – EBV (THE FREEMAN)

  3. #23

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

    CNHS Black Shama books semis ticket in M. Lhuillier U-21 caging
    Updated December 19, 2008 12:00 AM*
    The Freeman

    CEBU - The Consolacion National High School (CNHS) Black Shama completed a two-game sweep of MLSDF selection via a 57-56 squeaker to march into the semifinal round of the 6th M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Under-21 Developmental Basketball League at the Consolacion Sports Complex.

    The CNHS Black Shama will challenge next eary qualifier Team RemEMBER of Consolacion Vice Mayor Ember V. Alinsug and team manager Paul Alelu Q. Flores, with the winner advancing into the championship of the three-month tilt organized by M. Lhuillier Sports Development Foundation executive director and multi-titled coach Eddie B. Ybañez.

    It was a heart-breaking setback for Bracket B topnotcher MLSDF cagers as they got off to a sizzling 12-4 start.

    Black Shama, however, fought back with savvy in the next two quarters to wrest the driver’s seat, 44-43, entering the final quarter.

    The MLSDF selection was ahead for the last time at 56-55 with 32 seconds left. It could have increased its lead but Otida missed a crucial fastbreak play.

    In the ensuing sequence, Lemuel Malagar converted a difficult layup to push CNHS back on top, 57-56, with six seconds left to play. That turned out to be the game-clincher for Black Shama as MLSDF couldn’t set up one good offense as the gameclock expired.

    Malagar finished with nine points, but it was J. Rio who topscored for Black Shama with a game-high 25 points.

    The scores

    CNHS Black Shama (57) - Rio 25, Najarro 11, Malagar 9, Linao 5, Cadampog 4, Tibalan 3

    MLSDF (56) - Tabalin 13, Dinsay 10, Dauco 7, Otia 7, Villanil 6, Panerio 4, Ybañez 3, Tulda 2, Banate2, Ferraren 2

    Quarterscores:8-12, 29-35, 44-43, 57-56 – EBV (THE FREEMAN)

  4. #24

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

    SCSIT outguns RemEMBER to rule 6th M. Lhuillier Under-21 cagefest
    Updated January 16, 2009 12:00 AM*

    CEBU - The Salazar Colleges of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSIT)Skyblazers capitalized on their superior heft and height to vanquish Team RemEMBER, 84-75, in their sudden-death final to clinch the championship of the 6th M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Under-21 Developmental Basketball League at the full-packed Consolacion Sports Complex.

    From the outset, the SCSIT Skyblazers of coach Jojo Romarate were unmindful of the pressure playing before a boisterous, partisan crowd backed up by a bunch of bass-drum beating fans.

    And courtesy of their free-flowing offense, the Skyblazers jumped off to a flying start, 24-13 - a lead they never relinquished until the final buzzer.

    Team RemEMBER trimmed the deficit down to eight at halftime, 29-37, but the fully-recharged Skyblazers went back to business in the third period to restore a dozen-point advantage, 59-47, going into the final 10 minutes of the contest.

    It was an all-SCSIT show from there onwards. Not even the presence of the team’s staunchest supporters, Consolacion Vice Mayor Ember V. Alinsug and team manager Paul Alelu Q. Flores could uplift the spirits of the RemEMBER cagers.

    From 18 points down, the best Team RemEMBER could muster was to pull within 69-71 behind the efforts of Jerome Valles as the more experienced Skyblazers proved to be a tough nut to crack at crunchtime.

    Earlier, the Ave Maria Sanctuary Park staged a great escape to stun Consolacion National High School (CNHS) Black Shama in overtime, 81-79, and take home the third place honors.

    It was truly a resounding triumph for Ave Maria of coach Marlon Piodo as it did not enjoy a taste of the lead until the final 28 seconds of the regulation period, 69-66. In the ensuing play, Lemuel Malagar hit a buzzer-beating triple to forge a 69-all deadlock, thus, the five-minute extension.

    The highly-successul tournament was organized by the M. Lhuillier Sports Development Foundation (MLSDF) through the efforts of its executive director Eddie B. Ybañez and the all-out support of revered businessman-sportsman Michel J. Lhuillier.

    The scores

    For third

    Ave Maria SP ( 81) - Abing 23,Olbedado 17, Senining 10, Montenegro 9, De la Rama 8, Cinco 6, Trillo 4, Pacino 2, Regalado 2

    CNHS Black Shamma (79) - Rio 21, Linao 16, Malagar 15, Najarro 13, Tibalan 6, Cadampog 4, Jabla 3, Conde 1

    Quarterscores:14-16, 28-33, 42-47, 69-69 (Reg.), 81-79 (OT)

    Championship

    SCSIT (84 ) - Amarado 20, Llamedo 18, Maurillo 18, Rabaya 12, Arribal 7, Balaba 3, Paquibot 3, Salazar 2, Bigno1* * * * * *

    RemEMBER ( 75 ) - Valle 26, Dahil 15, Medida 10, Sanchez 8, Ermac 5, Somosot 4, Pilapil 2, Villamor 2, Tibon 2, Rohas1

    Quarterscores:24-13, 37-29, 59-47, 84-75 – EBV (THE FREEMAN)


 
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