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    Cebu: BEST Center SBP/Passerelle Twin Tournament

    CEC, USC North Win in BEST Opener

    The Cebu Eastern College (CEC) and the University of San Carlos North Campus (USC NC) scored convincing wins to kick off the Cebu leg of the BEST Center SBP Passerelle twin tournament at the Sacred Heart School-Jesuit campus in Canduman, Mandaue City.

    CEC marked its comeback to the tournament with a 21-8 win over fellow balik-BEST team Southwestern University (SWU) in the SBP division, while USC NC trashed Salazar College of Science and Institute of Technology (SCSIT) 99-32 in the Passerelle play.

    The two inaugural games launched the Cebu games of the longest-running basketball tournament started by BEST Center founder Nic Jorge. This was preceded by opening ceremonies that included a Holy Mass with Fr. Julian Hernando SJ and Fr. Joseph Larida as concelebrants. The program proper included the traditional parade and special performances from the cheerdance teams of the University of Cebu and the Sacred Heart School Jesuit (SHSJ). SWU and SHSJ’s SHUDC also presented special dance numbers for the crowd.

    This year’s Cebu tournament has 13 teams seeing action in the Passerelle division (Under 14 years old) and eight teams in the SBP age group (Under 12 years old). Games will be played every weekend at the SHSJ Mango campus and at Don Bosco Technology Center.

    How they scored:

    SBP Division
    CEC (21) – Etom 10, Bulibuli 4, Lim 3, Tubiano 2, Almirate 2, Cabije 2, A.Cisneros 2.
    SWU ( – Abrica 4, Banadog 2, Boniao 2.

    Passerelle Division
    USC NC (99) – Palapar 13, Rita 12, Rabuya 12, Romaguerra 10, Malana 10, Guardiario 9, Arnejo 8, Dalangpan 5, Ortega 4, Bongo 4, Co 4, Omolon 3, Kikuchi 2, Aliser 2, Geopano 1.
    SCSIT (32) – D.Cabrera 8, Alforque 8, Morata 5, Dicado 2, Dictado 2, Gayotin 2, Lopez 2, Casquejo 2, Ferrer 1.

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    Re: Cebu: BEST Center SBP/Passerelle Twin Tournament

    Favorites Set the Pace in Milo BEST

    It was muscle flexing time for the traditional powerhouses of youth basketball as they scored convincing wins on Days 2 and 3 of the Milo BEST SBP/Passerelle Twin Basketball Tournament held at the Don Bosco Technology Center and Sacred Heart School-Mango campuses.

    In Group B Passerelle play, the University of San Carlos North Campus (USCNC) zoomed to a 3-0 record after scoring wins over Blessed John Seminary (BJS) 103-15, and PAREF Springdale, 88-31. The University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF) and Don Bosco-A went 2-0 to closely stalk the Baby Warriors. USPF defeated Salazar Colleges and School of Institute and Technology (SCSIT), 56-48 and BJS, 97-26. Don Bosco-A posted wins over PAREF Springdale, 48-35 and SCSIT, 83-51.

    In Group A of the Passerelle division, the Univeristy of Cebu (UC) and Sacred Heart School-Jesuit (SHSJ) followed suit with similar victories to share the leader's spot with 2-0 win-loss slates. UC topped USC NC's Team B, 54-36 and Cebu Institute of Technology, 69-43. SHSJ posted its two wins over USC South Campus, 56-45 and BRIGHT Academy 123-12.

    In the SBP division (Under 12 years old), pre-tourney favorites USC NC, Don Bosco-A and SHSJ scored their first wins to kick off their respective bids in the tournament. USC NC crushed Cebu Eastern College (CEC), 71-8, while Don Bosco-A (DB-A) defeated Southwestern Univeristy (SWU), 75-4 in Group B play. USC NC and DB-A lead Group B with 1-0 records while CEC and SWU are at 1-1 and 0-2, respectively.

    In Group A, SHSJ overcame a tough Don Bosco-B team, 29-18 to as USC SC defeated USPF, 50-10. Both victors are at 1-0 while the losers are at 0-2.

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    Results from Days 4 & 5: The Expected & Pleasant Surprises

    Days 4 and 5 of the Milo BEST SBP/Passerelle twin basketball tournament saw much of the “expected” and also a few surprises to the delight of the players and fans.

    As “expected,” USC North Campus (USC NC) Team A (USC NC) clinched the top seeding of Group B of the Passerelle division, scoring two wins. USC NC defeated Don Bosco A, 72-48, then crushed Univeristy of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF), 51-35 to record a 5-0 sweep of all its elimination round games. In other Group B Passerelle matches, the pleasant surprise came when PAREF Springdale scored its first ever victory with a 59-55 win over Salazar Colleges and School of Institute and Technology (SCSIT) on Day 5. Springdale had earlier lost to USPF on Day 4, 44-50, while SCSIT won over Blessed John Seminary (BJS). BJS, however pulled off a surprise of their own when they scored a win by forfeit over Don Bosco-A when the latter’s coach didn’t show up for the game. USC NC sits at the top of Group B with a 5-0 record, followed by USPF (3-1), Don Bosco-A (2-2), Springdale (1-3), BJS (1-3), and SCSIT (1-4).

    In Group A play, there were no surprises as defending champion Sacred Heart School-Jesuit (SHSJ) and the University of Cebu (UC) continued on their collision course with convincing wins. The SHSJ Eagles thumped Don Bosco-B, 97-18, and Cebu Institute of Technology (CIT), 83-56. UC overcame a stubborn USC South team, 71-63, before dousing off BRIGHT Academy, 106-21. USC NC-B scored two wins in a row, defeating CIT 52-35, and Don Bosco-B, 57-28. SHSJ and UC share the top spot with 4-0 slates. USC NC-B is third at 2-2, followed by USC SC (1-2), Don Bosco-B (1-3), and BRIGHT (0-3).

    In SBP play (Under 12 boys), the favorites scored their second straight wins with SHSJ defeating USPF, 65-11 in Group A play to go 2-0, and USC NC crushing Southwestern Univeristy (SWU), 69-14 in Group B. USC SC also went 2-0 with a tough win over Don Bosco-B, 41-28 in the other Group A game. Don Bosco-A toyed with Cebu Eastern College, 66-4 in the other Group B game.

    The battle for the top spot in both groups will be known on Day 6 when SHSJ faces USC SC for the top spot in Group A as USC NC battles Don Bosco-A for Group B leadership.


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    Results from Day 6: Final 4 Cast Clears Up

    The Final Four cast is just about set in the BEST Center SBP/Passerelle twin tournament after last weekend’s games at the Don Bosco campus.

    In the SBP division, Sacred Heart School-Jesuit (SHSJ) and the University of San Carlos North Campus (USC NC) recorded a sweep of their elimination round games to grab the top spot in their respective groups. The defending champions SHSJ Eagles used a third quarter spurt to outlast USC South Campus, 39-26. USC North overcame an undermanned but fighting Don Bosco-A squad in scoring a 36-27 win. The Eagles (3-0) will face Don Bosco-A (2-1) in the cross-over semifinals while USC NC (3-0) goes up against sister school USC South (2-1) in the other match-up.

    In the Passerelle division, SHSJ scored its fifth straight win over an upset-conscious USC NC-B squad, 45-33, to take solo leadership of Group A over idle University of Cebu (UC). With the win, SHSJ grabbed a Final Four slot, with their clash against UC determining the top seed of Group A. In other Group A play, the Cebu Institute of Technology (CIT) scored its first win against three losses with a trashing of Don Bosco-B, 70-25. USC South won its second game in four games with a rout of BRIGHT Academy, 98-18. In the Group B game played in the Passerelle division, PAREF Springdale closed out its elimination round with its second straight win after three straight losses, defeating Blessed John Seminary (BJS), 83-42 at the Springdale Gym. Springdale ended with a 2-3 record, its best performance in either a BEST Center or CYBL tournament. BJS closed its tournament at 1-4.

    SHSJ (5-0) and UC (4-0) look poised to grab the Final Four slots in Group A, while USC North (5-0) has already nabbed the top spot of Group B. The second Final Four slot in Group B will be decided on Day 7 when University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF) (3-1) faces Don Bosco-A (2-2) in a do-or-die game.

    The cross-over semifinals will be played at the Capitol Parish Gym on September 30, while the finals will be played on October 4 also at the Capitol Parish Gym.


    Results:

    Passerelle Division

    Sep. 20 Score
    Group B Springdale 83 Pope John Seminary 42

    Sep. 21
    Group A Cebu Institute of Technology 70 Don Bosco - B 25
    University of San Carlos South 98 BRIGHT Academy 18
    Sacred Heart School-Jesuit 45 University of San Carlos North - B 33


    SBP Division

    Sep. 21 Games
    Group A Sacred Heart School-Jesuit 39 University of San Carlos South 26
    Don Bosco - B 39 * * * * * * * *University of Southern Philippines Foundation 24

    Group B University of San Carlos North 36 Don Bosco – A 27




    BEST Center SBP/Passerelle Twin Tournament
    Cebu Leg

    Team Standings

    Passerelle

    Group A * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * W L
    Sacred Heart School-Jesuit* * * * * * * * * 5 0
    University of Cebu * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 4 0
    University of San Carlos North Campus - B 2 3
    University of San Carlos South Campus* 2 2
    Cebu Institute of Technology * * * * * * * * 1 3
    Don Bosco College B * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 1 4
    Bright Academy* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 0 4

    Group B * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *W L
    University of San Carlos North Campus - A 5 0
    University of Southern Philippines Foundation 3 1
    Don Bosco College A * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 2 2
    PAREF Springdale* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 2 3
    Salazar Institute of Technology* * * * * * * * * 1 4
    Pope John Seminary* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 1 4


    SBP

    Group A * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *W L
    Sacred Heart School-Jesuit* * * * * * * * * 3 0
    Univesity of San Carlos South Campus* 2 1
    Don Bosco College - B * * * * * * * * 1 2
    University of Southern Philippines Foundation* 0 3

    Group B * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *W L
    University of San Carlos North Campus* 3 0
    Don Bosco College - A * * * * * * * * 2 1
    Cebu Eastern College * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 1 2
    Southwestern University* * * * * * * * * 0 3












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    Cebu: BEST Center SBP/Passerelle Twin Tournament

    Remaining sked of elimination round games are:

    27-Sep, Sat @ Don Bosco*

    8.00 - SHSJ vs UC * to decide top seeding in Group A
    9.30 - Bright vs. USC NC-B
    11.00 - USC SC vs. CIT

    28-Sep, Sun @ Don Bosco

    8.00 - DB-B vs. UC
    9.30 - Bright vs. CIT
    11.00 - USC SC vs. USC NC-B


    Cross-over Semifinals @ Capitol Parish Gym
    1-Oct, Wed

    8.00 - SBP: SHSJ vs Don Bosco-A
    9.15 - SBP: USC NC vs USC SC
    10.30 - Pass: UC or SHSJ vs DB-A or USPF
    1.00 - Pass: USC NC vs UC or SHSJ

    Finals will be played on Oct. 4 @ Capitol Parish Gym


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    Re: Cebu: BEST Center SBP/Passerelle Twin Tournament

    Milo BEST SBP / Passerelle Twin Basketball Tournament
    Cebu Leg

    Results from Day 7 & 8: Final 4 Cast Is Set

    It's on to the Final Four of the BEST Center SBP/Passerelle twin tournament after the close of the elimination round over the weekend at the Don Bosco campus.

    The University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF) booked the final ticket in the Final Four of the Passerelle division with an emphatic 68-52 win over Don Bosco-A, thus taking second place in Group B behind idle University of San Carlos North Campus (USC NC).

    In Group A play, Sacred Heart School-Jesuit (SHSJ) grabbed the top spot with a win over the University of Cebu (UC), 53-47 in a battle of undefeated teams. UC is at second place, a game behind the defending champions Eagles.

    In other non-bearing games, University of San Carlos South Campus (USC SC) ended its campaign on a high note with two straight wins. They crushed Cebu Institute of Technology (CIT), 91-37, then came back a day later to crush sister team USC NC-B, 64-44. USC NC-B defeated BRIGHT Academy a day earlier, 103-32. CIT rebounded from their loss to USC SC by thumping BRIGHT Academy, 61-18.

    The cross-over semifinals will be played at the Capitol Parish Gym on October 1 with SHSJ (6-0) facing USPF (4-1), and USC NC (5-0) facing UC (5-1) in the Passerelle division. In the SBP division, SHSJ (3-0) goes up against Don Bosco-A (2-1), while USC NC (3-0) will be challenged by sister team USC SC (2-1). The championship games of both divisions will be played on Saturday, October 4, also at the Capitol Parish Gym.

    Cross-over Semifinals @ Capitol Parish Gym
    1-Oct, Wed

    8.00 - SBP: SHSJ vs Don Bosco-A
    9.15 - SBP: USC NC vs USC SC
    10.30 - Pass: SHSJ vs USPF
    1.00 - Pass: USC NC vs UC

    Finals will be played on Oct. 4 @ Capitol Parish Gym

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    USC North faces SHS-J for Milo title
    Sun Star Daily
    Thursday, October 02, 2008
    by Marian Baring

    THE University of San Carlos-North and Sacred Heart School-Jesuits arranged a championship showdown of the Milo Basketball Efficiency and Scientific Training (Best) tournament after winning their respective semifinals yesterday at the Capitol Parish Gym.

    Defending champion SHS-J earned the first finals berth after disposing the University of Southern Philippines Foundation Baby Panthers, 63-48.

    On the other hand, USC took a longer route as they had to pass through the eye of the needle before escaping the University of Cebu Baby Webmasters, 66-64, in extra time in the other semis match-up.

    Because of their loss, UC lost the chance of erasing the stigma of their finals debacle last year, where they lost the title to SHS-J, not because they were inferior team, but because they were found to have fielded in an ineligible player.

    The UC vs. USC game was a fierce battle that saw the lead changing sides before a 57-all deadlock forced overtime.

    In the extra period, it was USC’s Mike Rita who sealed the deal as he scored on a layup, boosted by three charities, to set the stage for their victory.

    Sherwin Co led the way for USC with 17 points, while Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation Inc. stalwart Gerald Ampoon scored 19 for UC.

    It was actually a double-double for USC NC, as its younger counterparts in the SBP also made it to the final round after defeating sister team USC South Campus, 47-39, to face Don Bosco College in the finals.

    DBC defeated SHS-J, 44-42 in the other semifinal encounter in the SBP.

    Meanwhile, Milo Best will feature a raffle promo as a sidelight to celebrate its 30th year anniversary, where they will be giving out television sets.

    The raffle is open to anyone who will watch the final games. To qualify for the promo, those who will watch the games are advised to fill fill-up the other side of Milo Actigen-E labels with their complete names, address, contact numbers and signatures and drop these in boxes that will be at the venue. (MCB)

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    USC NC in Milo BEST Finals

    The University of San Carlos North Campus (USC NC) sent a message that they’re back as a serious contender in youth basketball by barging into the finals of both the SBP and Passerelle divisions of the Milo BEST SBP/Passerelle twin tournament Wednesday at the Capitol Parish Gym.

    USC NC nipped the University of Cebu (UC), 66-64 in overtime to arrange a showdown with defending champions Sacred Heart School-Jesuit in the Passerelle division, while their younger counterparts defeated sister school USC South Campus, 47-39, in the SBP division.

    The Baby Warriors leaned on the clutch performance of Michael Rita in overtime to fend off a fighting UC squad. With the score tied at 59-all, Harvey Palapar calmly sank two free throws for a 61-59 lead. After a UC turnover, Rita took over by adding a drive to up the lead to four, 63-59. He then added three more free throws to ice the game. Ahlen Kikuchi led USC with 13 points, followed by Rita’s 11.

    In the other Passerelle semifinal game, SHSJ pounced on an undermanned University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF) squad to score a 63-48 win. Up 31-24 at halftime, the Eagles broke the game wide open with a third quarter blitz up against only four USPF players, taking a 48-34 lead going into the fourth quarter. This was all the Eagles needed to seal the win. Borgy de la Cruz led the Eagles with 14 points. He was backed up by Adrian Muller’s 10.

    In SBP play, USC North used a strong third quarter to increase and sustain their lead in a game that they had controlled from the onset. From a 29-21 halftime lead, USC North increased the lead to ten at the end of the third quarter, 37-27 after enjoying as much as a 12-point lead earlier. It was all cruise control in the fourth quarter.

    In the other semifinal game of the SBP division, Don Bosco leaned on Shann Tan to eke out a 44-42 overtime upset win over defending champions SHSJ. Tan poured 14 of his game-high 18 points in the fourth quarter and overtime, including all of Don Bosco’s six overtime points. Don Bosco thus set up a second chance to defeat USC NC to whom they lost earlier in the elimination round.

    The championship games of both divisions and for third place will be played on Saturday, also at the Capitol Parish Gym. The Cebu leg champions will earn the right to represent Cebu in the Visayas regional finals in Bacolod on November 8-9.

    Game Results

    Oct. 1
    Passerelle Semis

    University of San Carlos North 66 (OT) University of Cebu 64
    Sacred Heart School-Jesuit 63 University of Southern Philippines Found 48

    SBP Semis
    University of San Carlos North (47) University of San Carlos South (39)
    Don Bosco (44-OT) Sacred Heart School-Jesuit (42)


    Games on Sat, October 4
    Capitol Parish Gym

    8:00 am - UC vs USPF (Passerelle for 3rd)
    9:30 am -* SHJS vs USC South (SBP for 3rd)
    10:45 am - USC NC vs SHSJ (Passerelle Championship)
    1:00 pm-* USC NC vs Don Bosco (SBP Championship)

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    On to Bacolod for USC NC, SHSJ

    It’s on to Bacolod for the University of San Carlos North Campus (USC NC) and the Sacred Heart School Jesuit (SHSJ) as they topped the Small Basketeers Philippines (SBP) and Passerelle divisions, respectively, of the Cebu Milo BEST SBP/Passerelle twin basketball tournament over the weekend at the jam-packed Capitol Parish Gym.

    The Baby Warriors erased the stigma of finishing second last year by beating Don Bosco, 44-36, in the SBP division. The SHSJ Eagles won their first ever back-to-back championship in the history of the tournament with a nail-biting win over USC NC, 68-65.

    The SBP championship game was a nip and tuck affair through the first three quarters, with USC NC controlling the firs half, and Don Bosco dominating the third. USC NC enjoyed an 18-10 lead at the half, but Don Bosco came back to slice the lead to only one at 25-24, at the end of the third period. Don Bosco controlled the momentum at the start of the fourth quarter, taking a 30-28 lead at the five-minute mark. But that was all they could muster as the Baby Warriors broke the close game open with an 8-0 run for a 36-30 lead with Andrey Armenion’s contributing six in the stretch. Don Bosco replied with a mini rally to cut the lead to 34-38, but Armenion was there again to ice the game with two field goals. He scored 13 of his game-high 21 points in the final period to lead the Baby Warriors.

    In the Passerelle championship game, it was a combination of Daryl Nazareno, and SHSJ’s big men stopping a spirited USC NC rally to score the school’s second straight championship. USC had controlled the first quarter, but SHSJ came back strong in the second and third quarters to nurse a two-point 45-43 lead going into the fourth period. The Eagles then went to Jerry Seno and Nazareno for offense in the fourth, only to have USC rallying back. With SHSJ enjoying a 63-60 lead with 1:42 left in the game, USC’s Michael Rita delivered a booming triple to tie the game. Nazareno then replied with four straight points for a 67-63 lead. Rita added two free throws to cut the lead to two, 67-65, with 31 seconds left in the game. With USC guaranteed of another ball possession, Coach Roland Remedio called for one stop, but this is where SHJS’s big men took over. While the Eagles failed to score in the ensuing play, their big men were there to control the offensive rebounds. Two SHSJ misses were translated to two offensive rebounds, denying USC of a crucial end-game possession. USC fouled to stop the clock, but Nazareno was there to split his charities with three seconds remaining for the final count. Nazareno had 11 of his 17 points in the fourth period to lead the Eagles, while Ahlen Kikuchi led USC with 14.

    In the games for third place, SHSJ nipped USC Couth 32-30 in the SBP division, while University of Cebu trounced University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF), 74-60.

    The 2008 Cebu champions will represent Cebu at the Visayas Regional Finals that will be held in Bacolod from November 8-9. The SHSJ Passerelle team is looking to improve its runner-up finish in the same leg from last year, while the USC SBP squad is seeking to duplicate SHSJ’s winning the Visayas leg last year.

    Box scores:

    SBP Championship
    USC NC (44) – Armenion 21, Deniega 6, Piad 5, Balankig 5, Benedicto 2, Adlawan 2, Bulan 2, Padilla 1.
    Don Bosco (36) – Tan 6, Lapurga 6, Chi 5, Quimque 4, Yap 4, Aying 4, Tatoy 4, Bollozos 2, Climaco 1, Aliganga 1.

    Passerelle Championship
    SHSJ (6 – Nazareno 17, Zozobrado 8, B. de la Cruz 8, J. de la Cruz 8, Seno 7, Yu 6, Porter 5, Antigua 5, Tecson 3, Abbu 1.
    USC NC (65) – Kikuchi 14, Rita 7, Dalangpan 7, Palapar 7, Guardiario 6, Co 6, Omolon 6, Ortega 4, Arnejo 4, Rabuya 2, Romaguera 2.

  10. #10

    Re: Cebu: BEST Center SBP/Passerelle Twin Tournament

    Sir Rico, is that the same USC lineup sa CeSAFI ang ginamit ng USC North?
    Cebu will be a stronger power in basketball very soon...
    Sulong Sri Vijaya!


 
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