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  1. #21

    Re: 2007 Milo BEST Passerelle/SBP basketball tournament

    Ateneo, Holy Child quints bag national titles*
    People's Journal
    November 20, 2007 Tuesday*

    ATENEO de Manila University and Holy Child School of Davao scored lopsided victories to claim the national SBP and Passerelle championships, respectively, in the 2007 Milo-sponsored BEST Center basketball championships Sunday at the Iloilo Sports Complex here.
    * *
    Ateneo clobbered Sacred Heart School-Jesuit, 56-41, while Holy Child crushed NCR’s Xavier School, 82-58.
    * *
    Mark Gamboa led Ateneo’s balanced attack with eight points, while Alexandre Lim paced SHS-J with 11.
    * *
    Bacer Amer powered Holy Child to victory with a game-high 19 points.
    * *
    Ateneo de Davao and Iloilo Central Commercial High finished third in the SBP and Passerelle divisions, respectively.* Ateneo whipped St. John’s Cathedral, 52-21, while ICCHS drubbed Don Bosco Academy, 77-60.
    * *
    The sportsmanship awards went to Holy Child (Passerelle) and Ateneo de Davao (SBP).

    * * The scores:
    * * Ateneo (56) – Gamboa 8, M. Nieto 7, Asistio 6, Consunji 6, Puno 6, Javelosa 5, Carino 5, Ravena 4, J. Nieto 4, Nitorreda 2, Quiogue 2, Black 1, Joson 0, Bocalbos 0, Madamba 0
    * * Sacred Heart (41) – Lim 11, Araw-araw 8, Go 7, Abbu 7, Muller 4, Araw-araw 2, Fernando 2, Yu 0, Luy 0, Sing 0, Catan 0, Mercado 0, Chua 0, Lim 0, Saceda 0
    * * Halftime: 34-14
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ****
    * * Holy Child (82) – Amer 19, Abatayo 14, Delfinado 11, Maning 7, Malanday 6, Nayve 5, Sumalinog 5, Mejos 5, Santos 4, Villacorta 3, Bonleon 2, Zosa 1, Alayan 0, Morada 0, Ybalio 0
    * * Xavier (5 – Ong 12, Lim 8, Tan 7, Teng 6, Chuachiock 5, Sy 4, Manuel 4, Vera Cruz 4, Ng 4, Dizon 3, Cabero 1, Quiaoit 0, Chieng 0, Patco 0, Dee 0
    * * Halftime: 28-26

  2. #22

    2008 Best Center SBP/Passerelle Basketball Tournament

    June 07, 2008 07:13 PM Saturday
    Best SBP tourney slated*
    www.journal.com.ph

    Forty teams have confirmed participation in the 22nd Best* Center SBP/Passerelle Basketball Tournament set to fire off* next month in a couple of venues for its weekend-only games.
    * *
    The tournament, started in 1986 by Basketball Efficiency and Scientific Training (Best) founder and Chairman Nic Jorge, will have 20 squads in each of the Small Basketeers* and Passerelle Divisions.
    * * *
    Xavier School, the Passerelle champion, expects* tough* competition from runners-up Ateneo de Manila, La* Salle-Greenhills and Dela Salle-Zobel, while Ateneo defends* its SBP titles against LSGH, Xavier and San Beda College.
    * * *
    Tournament commissioner Rolly Omampo is calling on all* school coaches to attend the organizational meeting at 3 pm* on June 13* at the Quezon City Sports Club in E. Rodriguez, Quezon City to finalize concerns to be raised by the participating schools.
    * *
    Joining Omampo in the meeting are assistant commissioners Monica Jorge and King Dalao.
    * * *
    The 22nd edition of the SBP/Passerelle basketball tournament is part of the Best Center’s celebration of* its 30th founding anniversary. The Best Center was recently* elevated into the Hall of Fame during the prestigious Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Sports Awards* recently.

  3. #23

    Re: 2008 Best Center SBP/Passerelle Basketball Tournament

    SBP/Passerelle meeting today
    www.mb.com.ph

    The pioneering Basketball Efficiency and Scientific Training (BEST) Center will hold an organizational meeting at 3 p.m. today for the 23rd edition of the Small Basketeers Philippines (SBP)/ Passerelle basketball tournament at the Quezon City Sports Club.

    Tournament Commissioner Rolly Omampo said 40 squads will join this year’s tournament, which serves as a developmental event for most graduates of the Milo-sponsored BEST Center clinics founded by former national coach Nic Jorge 30 years ago.

    The teams will be divided into two groups each for the SBP and Passerelle events, with Ateneo de Manila out to defend its Small Basketeers crown while Xavier School will be back to guard its Passerelle title.

    Jorge’s daughter Monica, who also serves as assistant tournament commissioner along with King Dalao, said La Salle Greenhills and Zobel, San Beda College-Alabang and Don Bosco Technical College of Mandaluyong will also return to the developmental league.

    The Best Center was the very first to offer basketball clinics in the country and was recently elevated into the Hall of Fame by the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA). It has since expanded its teaching module to include scientific volleyball.

  4. #24

    Re: 2008 Best Center SBP/Passerelle Basketball Tournament

    SBP-Passerelle tourney fires off
    07/19/2008
    www.tribune.net.ph

    A bigger, better Small Basketeers Philippines-Passerelle basketball tournament, organized by the Basketball Efficiency and Scientific Training (Best) Center, comes off the wraps tomorrow at the San Beda College in Alabang with 33 squads from the country’s leading schools entered.

    The Small Basketeers of the Philippines and the Passerelle competitions were developed by Best Center founder and chairman Nic Jorge in 1986 to expose Best Center students to competitions after they have gone through various clinics and rigorous training.

    The Milo-sponsored Best Center is the pioneer in basketball clinics in the Philippines and was awarded with the prestigious Hall of Fame trophy by the Philippine Sportswriters Association for being the longest-running youth development program by a private organization.

    The twin tournaments, employing a unique format designed by Jorge, allows 15 players in each team. A coach should field in all his players for at least one quarter, with a fresh set of players for each of the first three cantos, to allow the young players equitable exposure in the court.

    The coach has the prerogative to mix his players in the fourth quarter.

    Teams do not play tournament fees. Each team should have at least five players who have completed a level in the Best Center clinic.

  5. #25

    Re: 2008 Best Center SBP/Passerelle Basketball Tournament

    July 19, 2008 07:09 PM Saturday
    Best Center’s SBP-Passerelle tourney fires off*
    www.journal.com.ph

    A bigger, better Small Basketeers Philippines-Passerelle basketball tournament, organized by the Basketball Efficiency and Scientific Training (Best) Center, starts tomorrow at the San Beda College in Alabang with 33 squads from the country’s leading schools entered.
    * *
    The Small Basketeers of the Philippines (SBP) and the Passerelle competitions were developed by Best Center founder and chairman Nic Jorge in 1986 to expose Best Center students to competitions after they have gone through various clinics and rigorous training.
    * *
    The Milo-sponsored Best Center is the pioneer in basketball clinics in the Philippines and was awarded with the prestigious Hall of Fame trophy by the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) for being the longest-running youth development program by a private organization.
    * *
    The twin tournaments, employing a unique format designed by Jorge, allows 15 players in each team. A coach should field in all his players for a least one quarter, with a fresh set of players for each of the first three cantos, to allow the young players equitable exposure in the court.
    * * *
    “Our programs are geared towards the development of kids who chose basketball for their passion,” Jorge said. “So, after our clinics, we give them the chance of being exposed to the atmosphere of competition. And through the years, we have been proven right as we have developed quite a number of players who have played in the UAAP, NCAA, PBL, PBA and the various national teams.”
    * * *
    Teams competing in the Passerelle division are: Antipolo Lady of Lourdes School, De La Salle Zobel, Don Bosco Technical College-Mandaluyong, Don Bosco Technical School-Makati, Golden Sunbeams Christian School, Lourdes School-Quezon City, Marist, Notre Dame of Greater Manila, San Beda A and B, San Benildo Integrated School, San Sebastian College, School of St. Anthony, University of Santo Tomas, and Xavier School A and B.
    * *
    For the Small Basketeers: Ateneo, De La Salle Zobel, Don Bosco Technical College-Mandaluyong, Don Bosco Technical Institute-Makati, Kid’s World Chirstian Academy, La Salle Greenhills A and B, Lourdes School of Mandaluyong, Lourdes School of Quezon City, Marist, Notre Dame of Greater Manila, San Beda, San Benildo Integrated School, St. Mary’s College, Sta. Clara International Academy, and Xavier.*

  6. #26

    Re: 2008 Best Center SBP/Passerelle Basketball Tournament

    BEST Center caging lures 33 teams
    www.malaya.com.ph
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    A BIGGER, better Small Bas-keteers Philippines-Passerelle basketball tournament, organized by the Basketball Efficiency and Scientific Training Center, comes off the wraps tomorrow at the San Beda College in Alabang with 33 squads competing.

    The Small Basketeers of the Philippines and the Passerelle competitions were developed by BEST Center founder and Chairman Nic Jorge in 1986 to expose students to competitions after they have gone through various clinics and rigorous training.

    The Milo-sponsored BEST Center is the pioneer in basketball clinics in the Philippines and was awarded with the prestigious Hall of Fame trophy by the Philippine Sportswriters Association for being the longest-running youth development program by a private organization.

    The tournaments employ a unique format designed by Jorge and allow each team to field 15 players. A coach must field in a set of players for a least one quarter to give younger players equitable exposure. The coach has the prerogative to mix his players in the fourth quarter.

    Teams do not play tournament fees. Each team should have at least five players who have completed a level in the BEST Center clinic.

    "Our programs are geared towards the development of kids who chose basketball for their passion," Jorge said. "So, after our clinics, we give them the chance of being exposed to the atmosphere of competition. And through the years, we have been proven right as we have developed quite a number of players who have played in the UAAP, NCAA, PBL, PBA and the various national teams."

    Among the players who have honed their skill in the Small Basketeers league are Chris Tiu, T. Y. T ang, Joseph Yeo, Paolo Mendoza, J. V. Casio, L. A. Tenorio, Larry Fonacier, Enrico Villanueva, and James Yap.

    Because of his long-time involvement in youth basketball development and in recognition of his contributions to the sport, the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas has named Jorge-also a former national coach-as chairman of its Youth Development Commission.

  7. #27

    Re: 2008 Best Center SBP/Passerelle Basketball Tournament

    Barrios graces SBP-Passerelle start at San Beda
    07/20/2008
    www.tribune.net.ph

    Philippine Basketball AssociationCommissioner Reunald “Sonny” Barrios is the guest of honor and main speaker when the Small Basketeers Philippines-Passerelle basketball tournament starts today at the San Beda College in Alabang.

    Thirty-three teams are entered in the tournament organized by the Basketball Efficiency and Scientific Training (Best) Center and sponsored by long-time backer Milo.

    Xavier School will defend its Passerelle title against strong teams Ateneo, La Salle Greenhills and La Salle Zobel.

    SBP champion Ateneo, meanwhile, is expected to have its hands full against the likes of La Salle Greenhills, Xavier and San Beda.

    Complete teams competing in the Passerelle division are: Antipolo Lady of Lourdes School, De La Salle Zobel, Don Bosco Technical College-Mandaluyong, Don Bosco Technical School-Makati, Golden Sunbeams Christian School, Lourdes School-Quezon City, Marist, Notre Dame of Greater Manila, San Beda A and B, San Benildo Integrated School, San Sebastian College, School of St. Anthony, University of Santo Tomas, and Xavier School A and B.

    For the Small Basketeers: Ateneo, De La Salle Zobel, Don Bosco Technical College-Mandaluyong, Don Bosco Technical Institute-Makati, Kid’s World Chirstian Academy, La Salle Greenhills A and B, Lourdes School of Mandaluyong, Lourdes School of Quezon City, Marist, Notre Dame of Greater Manila, San Beda, San Benildo Integrated School, St. Mary’s College, Sta. Clara International Academy, and Xavier.

    The SBP and the Passerelle competitions were developed by Best Center founder and chairman Nic Jorge in 1986 to expose Best Center students to competitions after they have gone through various clinics and rigorous training.

    Best Center is the pioneer in basketball clinics in the Philippines and was awarded with the prestigious Hall of Fame trophy by the Philippine Sportswriters Association for being the longest-running youth development program by a private organization.

  8. #28

    Re: 2008 Best Center SBP/Passerelle Basketball Tournament

    Ravena son also rises in Ateneo win
    07/22/2008
    www.tribune.net.ph

    Thirdy Ravena, son of former Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) hotshot Bong Ravena, scored 17 points to power defending champion Ateneo to a 60-54 shellacking of Xavier School at the start of the 23rd Small Basketeers Philippines-Passerelle basketball tournament on Sunday at the San Beda College-Alabang gym.

    Thirdy, second in the brood of the current Talk ‘N Text assistant coach, got support from yet another familiar name, Arron Black — former grandslam coach Norman Black’s son, who chipped in nine points during the most crucial stages, along with James Carino’s 12 points, in leading the Blue Eaglets to their SBP Group A opening day triumph.

    Another famous name playing for Ateneo is a Racela named Rafael Antonio, Olsen’s son, who scored two points.

    La Salle-Greenhills B also leaned on sons of former PBA professionals as Shaun Danielle Ildefonso (Danny Ildefonso’s son) and Kobe Paras (Benjie Paras) anchored their team towards a big 45-22 rout of KCWA High School also in Group A.

    Lourdes School of Mandaluyong, however, did not allow a double celebration for La Salle as it blasted DLS-Zobel, 57-19; while Don Bosco Technical Institute swamped San Benildo Integrated School, 55-21, to complete the Group A results.

    In group B, Sean David Ildefonso (son of Danny Ildefonso) and Miguel Alfonso Santos (son of Rodney Santos) led La Salle-Greenhills A to a 41-39 nipping of San Beda College; while Notre Dame of Greater Manila bombed Lourdes School of Quezon City, 50-35; Sta. Clara International Academy clipped St. Mary’s College, 49-44; and Marist School clipped Don Bosco Technical College, 39-37.

  9. #29

    Re: BEST Center Passerelle Basketball Tournament

    July 30, 2008 07:03 PM Wednesday* *
    La Salle-Ateneo rivalry extends to SBP bash*
    www.journal.com.ph

    The storied rivalry between La Salle and Ateneo is fast extending into the Milo-sponsored Small Basketeers Philippines-Passerelle tournament as both schools advanced to their second victories in Group A of the SBP contests over the weekend at the San Beda-Alabang gym.
    * *
    But La Salle Greenhills-B had to endure a painful win as it creamed sister school La Salle Zobel, 42-38, if only to catch up with Ateneo, which blasted Don Bosco Technical School of Makati, 57-42, on Sunday in the tournament organized by the Basketball Efficiency and Scientific Training (Best) Center.
    * *
    The Greenies and Eaglets, however, have to share the top of SBP-Group A with Lourdes School of Mandaluyong, which demolished San Benildo Integrated School, 51-04, the biggest blowout win yet of the tournament. All three schools are now 2-0 in the standings.
    * *
    The Greenies’ triumph was hard-earned as they crawled back from as many as eight points at the start of the fourth quarter with Pocholo de Leoz, Franco Luis Serafica and Karl Agustin combining for 13 points to put an exclamation point to the rally earlier started by Jerome Alek Melo, Miguel Alejandro and Zandro Limpot, son of the Philippine Basketball Association star.
    * *
    Notre Dame of Greater Manila, meanwhile, zapped Sta. Clara International Academy, 77-37; while La Salle Greenhills-A smothered St. Mary’s College, 45-27, to join idle Marist School in the Group B lead with two wins in as many games each.
    * *
    Lourdes School also pierced the win column with a 54-28 shellacking of Don Bosco Technical College of Mandaluyong. It was Lourdes School’s first win in two games while DBTC dropped to its second straight defeat.
    * *
    In the Passerelle division, host San Beda College-A licked University of Santo Tomas, 75-35; while Don Bosco Technical College of Mandaluyong defeated San Sebastian College, 52-41, to share the Group A lead with two wins each. UST and SSC remain winless after two games.
    * *
    Other Group A matches saw Notre Dame (1-1) rout Lourdes School-QC (0-1), 66-26; and De la Salle-Zobel (1-1) nip Antipolo Lady of Lourdes School (1-1), 64-62.*

  10. #30

    Re: BEST Center Passerelle Basketball Tournament

    Notre Dame five in close victory
    http://www.journal.com.ph/index.php?...ec=7&aid=69103

    Ranbill Angelo Tongco almost offset the combined 26-point production of Carlos Nicolo Mercado and Lance Christian Miranda to power Notre Dame of Greater Manila to a 48-47 upending of host San Beda College on Sunday in the Small Basketeers division of the Milo-sponsored SBP-Passerelle basketball tournament at the SBC-Alabang gym.

    Tongco scored 18 points, seven of them in the fourth quarter, to frustrate the Red Cubs, who leaned much on Miranda and Mercado, a member of the Best Center team which placed second in a US junior basketball meet in Las Vegas as Notre Dame captured its third straight win in as many games.

    Notre Dame now shares the lead of SBP-B with La Salle Greenhills-A and Marist School while San Beda dropped to its third straight defeat.

    La Salle Greenhills-A had an easier time disposing of Don Bosco Technical College of Mandaluyong, 47-18; while Marist got some early scare from St. Mary’s College-QC before cruising to a 41-34 triumph.

    Lourdes School of Quezon City, meanwhile, tripped Sta. Clara International Academy in the lone SBP-B match on Saturday, 66-46.

    It was Lourdes’ second win in three games while dealing Sta, Clara it’s second defeat against a win.

    In SBP-A results Sunday, Lourdes School of Mandaluyong blasted La Salle Greenhills-B, 57-28, to claim its third victory in as many games for the Group-A lead. La Salle dropped to 2-1.

    Xavier School improved its standing to 2-1 (wins-loss) with a 65-63 nipping Don Bosco Technical School of Makati (1-2); while San Benilco Integrated School edged Kid’s World Christian Academy, 32-30, for its first win in three matches. Kid’s World dropped to 0-3.

    In Passerelle contests, San Beda College A smothered Antipolo Lady of Lourdes School (1-2), 91-49 to claim its third straight win and the Group A lead.

    De La Salle-Zobel (2-1) clipped Lourdes School of Quezon City (0-2), 87-23; Xavier School (2-0) creamed Notre Dame of Greater Manila (1-2), 77-25; and University of Santo Tomas (1-2) blasted Don Bosco Technical College-Mandaluyong (2-1), 60-39, to complete the Group A tiffs.

    Lone Group B match saw Xavier (2-1) beating San Benildo (21), 53-31.
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