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    SBP-Passerelle

    Miloís grassroots cagefests on
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    BASKETBALL FEVER in the provinces intensified as the 22nd season of the MILO-sponsored Small Basketeers of the Philippines (SBP)-Passerelle got underway in three more areas.


    Bacolod and Iloilo started hostilities at Negros Occidental Multi Purpose Gym and ICCHS Gym last Saturday, while Pampanga will host on Aug. 25 at the Don Bosco .

    On Sept. 1, it will be the turn of Baguio at Eastern College Gym and Cebu at Sacred Heart School gym. Come Sept. 8, Lucena at the Enverga Gym will unleash cagers raring to begin their campaign in the prestigious league where teams compete to progress to the regional and national finals.

    Showcasing participants in the 9-11 and 12-14 age groups the MILO-sponsored SBP-Passerelle gathers the countryís top elementary and high school team to compete in a competitive yet warm atmosphere that hones their skills and celebrates sportsmanship, teamwork and camaraderie.

    Stakes are higher this year as the top performers will get a chance to qualify for the Philippine Olympic Youth Festival to be held this September in line with the countryís three-year build-up for the inaugural Youth Olympics in 2010.

    A breeding ground of champions, the SBP-Passerelle is part of the continuing commitment of Milo to promote sports in the grassroots level and develop the countryís next generation of basketball heroes.

    Games in Bacolod, Pampanga and Lucena will be played every Saturday and Sunday.

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    Xavier captures Passerelle title
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    XAVIER SCHOOL held off a fiery rally by Ateneo de Manila to win 60-57 and capture the Passerelle crown Sunday in the 2007 Milo-sponsored BEST Center SBP/Passerelle tournament at Xavierís Jacinto Tiu competition court.


    Jose Antonio Manuel sank a long jumper with only 15.2 second left to give Xavier a 60-56 lead which the Ateneans failed to overcome as they managed only one free throw after missing several attempts.

    Ateneo avenged its defeat later by bagging the SBP (Small Basketeers Philippines) title at the expense of last yearís winner La Salle Greenhills, 84-53.

    Ahead only by three point after the first quarter, the Ateneans blew the contest wide open in the next canto to take a commanding 46-26 lead at the turn.

    Ateneo continued its fiery offensive behind Antonio Asistio, who scored 11 of his 13 points in the third, to seal the La Sallitesí doon.

    La Salle Greenhills and Xavier hurdled their rivals to take third in Passerelle and SBP, respectively. La Salle ripped De La Salle Zobel, 70-56, while Xavier toppled San Beda, 51-44.

    Kevin John Ong Lim of Xavier and Nichael Jay Javelosa of Ateneo were adjudged most valuable players in the Passerelle and SBP divisions, respectively.

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    BEST Center Passerelle Basketball Tournament

    AGS Blue Eaglets are SBP champions
    date posted: 2007-10-02 13:45:02

    2007 SBP Championship

    September 30, 2007
    Xavier School
    Greenhills, San Juan

    Ateneo dominated La Salle, 84-53, in the MILO-BEST Small Basketeers of the Philippines championship game which crowned the Ateneo Grade School Blue Eaglets as the National Capital Region champions.

    The Blue Eaglets and the Archers faced each other for the second consecutive year to dispute the NCR crown of the SBP. This year, however, the Blue Eaglets emerged on top as they clearly dominated the Archers, even erecting a 40-point advantage in the third quarter. The Blue Eaglets banked on the impressive talents of tournament MVP Jay Javelosa, Paolo Quiogue, Anton Asistio, Mark Gamboa and Mio Puno to bring back the crown to Ateneo .

    The Marc Bautista-mentored Ateneo-SBP team, considered as a powerhouse in the age group based tournament, will represent NCR in the national finals to be held in Iloilo City on the second week of November. According to Bautista, the Blue Eaglets have a great chance of being crowned national champions with the lineup that he has and hopes that the team can continue playing with a high confidence level and teamwork to get the crown for Ateneo in the nationals.

    The members of the team are: Jay Javelosa, Sheik CariŮo, Thirdy Ravena, Mathew Nieto, Anton Asistio, Enzo Joson, Jeo Consunji, Archie Bocalbos, Aaron Black, Mio Puno, Mark Gamboa, Michael Nieto, Miguel Nitorreda, Paolo Quiogue and Juster Madamba.

    Meanwhile, the Ateneo Passerelle Team, under coach Ron Camara, finished second to the Xavier School Stallions in their final matchup. The Stallions managed to squeak past the Blue Eaglets, 60-56, in a tightly contested ballgame, banking on their homecourt advantage and court familiarity and cohesive play to earn the right to represent the National Capital Region in the national finals of the Passerelle division of the MILO-BEST tournament.

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    Re: Milo BEST Passerelle/SBP basketball tournament

    SJI drubs USLS, bags Milo crowns
    BY CEDELF TUPAS
    The Visayan Daily Star
    Thursday, October 11, 2007

    St. John's Institute swept the two crowns at stake in the provincial eliminations of the Milo-Best Basketball Tournament at the Negros Occidental Multi-Purpose Activity Center in Bacolod City.

    SJI seized the SBP title for the third straight year, before winning the passarelle crown at the expense of rival University of St. La Salle Sunday, a press release from organizers said.

    Despite the absence of Kenneth De Leon due to an injury, the SJI cagers pulled off a 60-50 victory with MVP Mark Kho leading the way with 10 points and Emilio Japzon scoring 8.

    It was sweet revenge for SJI, which lost its crown to La Salle in the NOPSSCEA elementary basketball finals early this month.

    Relying on torrid outside shooting, SJI dethroned reigning champion USLS in the passerelle division with an 84-76 triumph.

    Ramon Khey keyed the victory with 25 points, while big man Charles Del Castillo added 17 points as SJI proved its elimination-round win was no fluke. Adding strength to SJI's bid was Allen Dionela, who was adjudged MVP.
    The SJI squads will represent the province in the regional finals scheduled Nov. 3-4, 2007 in Bacolod.

    Pacing USLS' effort in the SBP finals was Christian Maravilla with 17 points. Patrick Lopingco poured 17 points, while Jovito Sayson added 13 for La Salle's passerelle squad.*

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    Re: Milo BEST Passerelle/SBP basketball tournament

    Ateneo, Holy Child top Milo cagefest
    Journal online
    October 30, 2007 05:34 PM Tuesday

    DAVAO CITY -- Two local schools -- Ateneo and Holy Child -- scored contrasting victories to emerge Mindanao regional champions in the Milo BEST Passerelle/SBP basketball tournament at the Montana gym here.
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    Ateneo nosed out Sacred Heart, 35-33, after blowing a 12-point halftime lead to capture the SBP title, while Holy Child waxed hot from the start to whip Cagayan de Oroís Sacred Heart of Jesus Montessori, 82-70, to rule the Passerelle competition.
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    Claret School of Zamboanga and Ateneo de Zamboanga finished third in the SBP and Passerelle levels, respectively.* The two teams also earned the Sportsmanship award in their respective divisions.
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    The champions qualified for the national finals of the countryís biggest and most prestigious youth cagefest.
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    The tourney was organized by Davaoís Wogie Alicante, with Rolly Omampo and Monica Jorge as commissioner and assistant commissioner, respectively.

    The scores:

    Ateneo (35) - Jos Aguilon 8, Abude 8, Sabatin 4, Rosil 4, Jer Aguilon 4, Dulay 3, Reyes 2, Yu 2, Gayatin 0, Halasan 0, Bulseco 0, Batilo 0, Bonleon 0, Tateishi 0, Maspinas 0
    Sacred Heart (33) - Macadamag 6, Nueva 6, Baltazar 6, Dablo 5, Baltazar 4, Dacar 4, Acera 2, Pabito 0, Duo 0, Antonio 0, Macabodbod 0, Casino 0, Leandicho 0, Gallardo 0, Nemenzo 0
    Halftime: 20-8
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    Holy Child (82) - Amer 19, Abatayo 12, Malanday 12, Nayve 9, Manog 6, Delfinado 6, Villacorta 5, Morayda 5, Olayon 3, Bonleon 2, Ybalio 2, Mejos 1, Santos 0, Zosa 0, Sumalinog 0
    Sacred Heart (70) �" Jabagat 24, Tayongyong 9, Paredes 8, Jalalon 8, Abaday 8, Protacio 7, A. Neri 5, Sara 2, Castro 2, Bucag 0, Nambatoc 0, E. Nerio 0, Luib 0, Villondo 0, Catipay 0
    Halftime: 45-34

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    Re: Milo BEST Passerelle/SBP basketball tournament

    SHS-J eyes Milo BEST natíl finals
    By Caecent No-ot Magsumbol
    The Freeman
    Saturday, November 3, 2007

    Sacred Heart School-Jesuit eyes the national finals when it competes in the MILO Basketball Efficiency Scientific Training (BEST) Regional finals at West Negros College in Bacolod City today.

    SHS-J represents Cebu in both divisions - the Small Basketeers of the Philippines (SBP) and the passerelle - following its double victory in the Cebu elimination.

    The team hopes to beat two others and represent the Visayas in the national finals. Last year, Cebu went home empty-handed after the University of San Carlos missed the finals after a controversial formula was used in breaking a three-way tie.

    This year, SHS-J will rely on Cebuís MVP Ray Daniel Abbu, Adrian Marvin Muller, Anton Araw-araw, Anton Chua, Dave Luy, Xavier Catan, Jarek Mercado, Jurome Saceda, Arc Araw-araw, Beau Fernando, Patrick Go, Alexander Lim, Izak Kiefer Lim, Aaron Sing and Dave Yu to capture the SBP title.

    In the passerelle division, SHS-J has Justin Dela Cruz, Alexter Tecson, Gabe Branzuela, Jasper Diaz, Jerry Seno, Joseph Zozobrado, Raymund Mangubat, Rene Sta. Maria, Vann Alicias, Guilbert Purcia Jr., Grelan Tagaloguin, Aljun Villarias, Jay Dela Cruz, Justin Yu and Joseph Roma.

    Defending champion Iloilo depends on Ateneo de Iloilo for the SBP tournament and Iloilo Commercial Central High School in passerelle.

    Host Bacolod is pinning its hope on St. John Institute for both the SBP and passerelle divisions.

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    Re: Milo BEST Passerelle/SBP basketball tournament

    SBP, passerelle Visayas tilts on
    FALCONS GUN FOR 2 CROWNS

    BY CEDELF TUPAS
    The Visayan Daily Star
    Saturday, November 3, 2007

    St. John's Institute guns for two basketball titles this weekend when its high school and elementary basketball teams see action in the Milo SBP and Passerelle Visayas finals at the West Negros College Gym in Bacolod City .

    The schedules of the games had yet to be determined as of press deadline pending the draw slated late yesterday.

    The Falcons, who ruled the SBP provincial eliminations with a repeat victory over the University of St. La Salle in the finals, will go up against Ateneo De Iloilo and Sacred Heart School of Cebu City in their division.

    SJI coach Arvin Gustilo expressed optimism of a strong showing for his team, which finished third last year.

    Gustilo said he remains upbeat despite the injury to top gun Kenneth De Leon, who is still practicing with the team with an injured finger.

    Gustilo will also lean on Joshua Chua, Joshua Co, Emilio Japson, Julian Yusay and Zoey Pandan for offensive firepower and defensive strength.

    Mentored by Elvis Atinado, SJI will also have its hands full in the passerelle division, where it will collide with powerhouse Iloilo Commercial Central High School and Cebu-based Sacred Heart.

    SJI dethroned USLS to qualify in the passerelle division with Ramon Khey, Charles Del Castillo and provincial MVP Allen Dionela, spearheading the charge. *CPT

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    Re: Milo BEST Passerelle/SBP basketball tournament

    Sacred Heart SBP, Paserelle teams book finals seats in Milo Best Regional tilt
    Sunstar Cebu
    Sunday, November 04, 2007

    AFTER last yearís ugly experience, the two teams of Sacred Heart School-Jesuit Eagles are close to reversing it as both the Small Basketeers of the Philippines (SBP) and Paserelle squads book seats to the final round of the regional championships of the Milo Basketball Efficiency and Scientific Training yesterday in Bacolod City.

    The two SHS-J squads, however, took different paths to the title round with the younger SBP team moving to the finals with relative ease after sweeping all of its assignments. The Paserelle troop, on the other hand, had a tough time before taking the finals slot.

    Last year, Cebu, which was represented by University of San Carlos teams, was caught in a fiasco. The Paserelle team lost the chance to fight for the championship when the wrong formula for computing for the quotient was used. In all the confusion, their SBP counterparts were demoralized and also lost their championship.

    That fiasco resulted to the absence of a Cebu team in the national finals.

    Change

    This just might change this year as both teams made it to the final round without going through the hassles USC went through last year.

    In the SBP action, SHS-J first defeated St. John Institute of Bacolod, 59-29, and later trounced Ateneo de Iloilo, 52-42.

    Milo Best Cebuís franchise holder Mar Cabahug said Adrian Marvin Mueller dictated the tempo of all of SHS-Jís games.

    The team leaned on the monster performances of the trio of Mueller and Alexander and Izak Kiefer Lim to advance to the final round with a clean 2-0 win-loss slate and will be facing the winner of the match between St. John and Ateneo de Iloilo, which was still going at it at press time yesterday.

    First setback

    Meanwhile, the Paserelle team survived a first game setback to still join the final round. SHS-J lost to Iloilo Central Commercial High School (ICCH), 63-55, but made up for it when it won its afternoon assignment, 74-56, over St. John Institute of Bacolod.

    The Pasarelle Eagles were playing one man short as they went to Bacolod with only 14 players. Under the Milo BEST rules, this will mean that one quarter of the game will be played with only four players.

    SHS-J may have lost to Iloilo in their first match-up, but it will not be such a hard task for the Eagles today when they face off again. In their game yesterday, the Eagles controlled most part of the game and even lead in double digits. It was only in the fourth quarter, when Iloilo sent in its toughest five, that it managed to pull away down the stretch to win.

    The regional champions will represent Central Visayas in the national finals later this month. (MCB)

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    Re: Milo BEST Passerelle/SBP basketball tournament

    SHS-J teams on to Visayas finals
    The Freeman
    Sunday, November 4, 2007

    The Sacred Heart School-Jesuit teams barged into the championship of the 2007 Milo Basketball Efficiency Scientific Traning (BEST) Regional finals at the West Negros College in Bacolod City yesterday.

    The young Cebuano cagers swept their two games in the Small Basketeers of the Philippines division while its pasarelle team sneaked into the finals after finishing the elimination round with a 1-1 slate.

    SHS-J was all business in outplaying St. John Institute of Bacolod, 59-29, for its first win, then beat defending champion Ateneo de Iloilo, 52-42.

    Adrian Marvin Muiller carried most of the load in SHS-Jís twin victories.

    The team will play the winner of the game between Bacolod and Iloilo for the final, with the winner earning the right to represent Visayas in the national finals set for November 16-18 in Iloilo City.

    SHS-J lost to Iloilo Chinese Commercial High School 63-55 in the elimination round of the pasarelle division, and then bounced back in time to beat St. John Institute of Bacolod, 74-56.

    With its win against Bacolod, SHS-J will play Iloilo for the championship and tries to avenge its loss to the same squad earlier.

    The younger SHS-J team hopes to play better this time around. During their first match, the team led 14-2 in the first quarter, only to crumble when Iloilo started to rally. ó Caecent No-ot Magsumbol

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    Re: Milo BEST Passerelle/SBP basketball tournament

    SHS-Jesuitsí Muller rallies team in Milo Best
    Sunstar Cebu
    Monday, November 05, 2007


    ADRIAN Marvin Muller, an up-and-coming basketball wonder of the Sacred Heart School-Jesuit small basketeers squad, played the role of hardcourt hero as he lifted the team to snagging a berth to the national finals of the Milo Basketball Efficiency and Scientific Training (Best).

    Mullerís heroics, combined with that of his teammatesí early game surge, powered the SHS-Jesuits to an emphatic 59-43 win over Ateneo de Iloilo in the championship match of the regional finals of Milo Best yesterday in Bacolod City.

    Muller, who had strutted his wares in all their matches in Bacolod, wound up with a game-high 16 points for the team.

    Opening strategy

    The SHS-J squad of coach Bon Rosito made sure that the team will make the first blow. With stifling defense partnered with their seamless shooters led by Aaron Sing, the Eagles managed to dash to an early 13-8 lead in the first period. Sing scored six points in the opening canto and was responsible for the teamís lead in this period.

    In the second period, Muller was fielded in and it was then that the annihilation of Ateneo de Iloilo started.

    Muller scored eight of the teamís 13-point production in this period to virtually take the team to an almost insurmountable lead going into the final half, 25-18.

    In the final period, Muller and Izaak Lim finished off their opponents for good as they took turns barraging the basket to seal the final outcome. Lim added 10 points to SHS-Jís haul.

    SHS-Jís win puts the pride back into the Cebuanos after Cebu was wiped out in last yearís regional finals for the first time in years.

    Important

    Iloilo is hungry for a win because it will be hosting the national finals on Nov. 16-18.

    Because of this, its paserelle team, Iloilo, hampered a sweep for the Cebuanos as they defeated SHS-J, 69-49.

    A tight battle actually transpired in the early goings of the game with the two teams figuring in a deadlock in the first period, 13-all. However, Iloilo pulled away in the second frame, and overpowered the Cebuanos, 20-8, to lead 22-33 going into the final half.

    The Eagles were able to edge closer, slicing the lead to a single-digit margin in the third. But a slow fourth quarter run did the Eagles in as they only managed to score nine points compared to its opponents, which broke away with 20 points in the deciding quarter. (MCB)


 
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