twitterfacebookgoogle+register
Closed Thread
Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 24

Thread: Forward Taguig

Share/Bookmark
  1. #1

    Forward Taguig

    bakit Taguig Batang Global? u mean because of Global City? parang di magandang pakinggan...

  2. #2

    Re: Harbour Centre-Taguig Batang Global

    Kasama pala si former La Salle baseball pitcher and "rumored" Marian Rivera boyfriend na si Ervic Vijandre sa Taguig squad. :D

  3. #3

    Re: Harbour Centre-Taguig Batang Global

    anong gagawin nya doon? magba-batter or pitcher? ;D

  4. #4

    Re: Harbour Centre-Taguig Batang Global

    Team B yata siya dati ng Green Archers, when they were still a Team B and playing in the UCAA and NCRAA.

  5. #5

    Re: Harbour Centre-Taguig Batang Global

    wala ba box scores ng mis. or.-taguig series??

  6. #6

    Re: Harbour Centre-Taguig Batang Global

    Quote Originally Posted by m_14
    wala ba box scores ng mis. or.-taguig series??
    How They Scored:

    September 5 game (C. P. Tinga Memorial Hall)

    * * *TAGUIG (92) -- Matias 22, Gatumbato 17, Aldave 15, Bautista 15, Rodriguez 12, Bombeo 4, Marquez 4, Latoreno 2, Ortiguerra 1, Reguerra 0.

    * * *MISAMIS ORIENTAL (77) -- Tagupa 25, Caputolan 9, Echavez 9, Concha 8, Hugnatan 8, Paterno 7, Moreno 4, Grijaldo 2, Nailon 0, Pupos 0.

    * * *Period Scores: 24-15, 43-37, 69-62, 92-77.

    September 6 game (C. P. Tinga Memorial Hall)

    * * *MISAMIS ORIENTAL (76) -- Cabahug 26, Caputolan 12, Hugnatan 8, Paterno 7, Echavez 6, Concha 4, Tagupa 3, Moreno 2, Nailon 2, Pupos 2, Grijaldo 2, Franco 2.

    * * *TAGUIG (6 -- Marquez 14, Bautista 14, Matias 13, Ortiguerra 12, Reguera 5, Gatumbato 5, Aldave 2, Latoreno 2, Rodriguez 1, Bombeo 0.

    * * *Period Scores: 19-18, 40-31, 55-53, 76-68.

    September 10 game (Xavier University Gym)

    * * *TAGUIG (79) - Matias 20, Gatumbato 17, Rodriguez 15, Marquez 12, Bautista 8, Latoreno 4, Reguera 2, Aldave 1, Bombeo 0, Ortiguerra 0.

    * * *MISAMIS ORIENTAL (64) -- Cabahug 15, Concha 10, Echavez 7, Franco 6, Grijaldo 5, Nailon 4, Tagupa 4, Pupos 4, Caputolan 4, Hugnatan 4, Moreno 1, Paterno 0.

    * * *Period Scores: 14-14, 30-32, 50-45, 79-64.

    September 11 game (Xavier University Gym)

    * * *TAGUIG (77) -- Ortiguerra 23, Marquez 17, Matias 11, Aldave 6, Latoreno 5, Bautista 5, Gatumbato 4, Bombeo 2, Rodriguez 2, Reguera 2, Vijandre 0.

    * * *MISAMIS ORIENTAL (73) -- Cabahug 18, Echavez 11, Paterno 10, Nailon 10, Concha 6, Franco 5, Caputolan 3, Tagupa 2, Pupos 2, Grijaldo 2, Hugnatan 0.

    * * *Period Scores: 22-24, 36-33, 60-58, 77-74.

    * * *Batang Global wins series, 3-1

  7. #7

    Re: Harbour Centre-Taguig Batang Global

    * * *TAGUIG CITY -- Action in the Taguig Ciity Leg opens tomorrow (February 25) as the 2009 Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference II reaches its crucial stages.* No less than valuable playoff positioning is at stake, and for some teams, the fight to stave off elimination begins.

    * * *Host team Harbour Centre-Taguig Batang Global hopes to finally become the first host to successfully defend their home turf and bag the leg championship, a feat that has proved to be elusive for the past seven host teams in the conference generously backed up by Smart, ML Kwarta Padala, Accel, Air 21, Burlington, Nature’s Spring, Laptop Phoneshop Exchange and Molten and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

    * * *The Batang Global of Mayor Freddie Tinga and Coach Bert Flores is still looking for the form that took them all the way to last conference’s National Finals.* They play hosts to the MP Warriors of GenSan, Ilocos Sur Bravehearts and Quezon Red Oilers at the C. P. Tinga Memorial Hall.

    * * *Taguig is currently tied with the MP Warriors for Eighth and Ninth Place with 10 points each.* Only the top eight teams will make it to next month’s National Playoffs.* Taguig routed GenSan in their first meeting this conference during the Pampanga Leg, 86-56.

    * * *The Bravehearts and Red Oilers hope to also do well in order to stay in contention for the top four slots that carry with it home court advantage in the opening round of the Playoffs.* Ilocos Sur is precariously hanging on to Fourth Place with 20 points while the Red Oilers are not far behind in Sixth Place with 17 points.* In between both teams are the idle M. Lhuillier-Cebu Ninos, who swept last week’s Manila Leg to hike their total to 19 points.* The Red Oilers also hope to pull away from the Seventh Place Smart-Pampanga Buddies who have 16 points.

    * * *Meanwhile, the Iloilo Leg will also unfold tomorrow with the host Iloilo Mang Inasals of Robert Uy and Coach Jerry Jaranilla hosting the top-ranked Trace-Laguna Stallions (32 points), Third Placer Manila Capitals (25 points) and the Zamboanga Zambos (six points) at the Pototan Astrodome in nearby Pototan, Iloilo. Iloilo is banking on a good performance to push themselves out of last place in the 11-team standings with four points.

    * * *The defending National Champion Ninos and the undefeated Misamis Oriental Meteors will host the remaining two legs.* The Ninos will host the Buddies, Batang Global and Meteors next week from March 4 to 7 at the New Cebu Coliseum.* After that, it will be the turn of the Meteors to host the Ninos, Red Oilers and Mang Inasals from March 11 to 14 at the Xavier University Gym.

  8. #8

    Re: Harbour Centre-Taguig Batang Global

    * * *TAGUIG CITY – Host Harbour Centre-Taguig Batang Global smothered the MP Warriors of GenSan, 81-68, to begin the Taguig City Leg of the 2009 Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference II at the C. P. Tinga Memorial Hall Wednesday (February 25).

    * * *Guard Lou Gatumbato scored all of his 11 points in the final period to hold off the surging Warriors.* Earlier, the Batang Global of Mayor Freddie Tinga and Coach Bert Flores raced ahead by as much as 24 points in the third period on an Ervic Vijandre triple, 58-34.* However, the MP Warriors of Manny Pacquiao and Coach Ramon Pido answered with a 15-2 run that spanned the end of the third and start of the fourth period to close in, 49-60.

    * * *Nino Marquez led Taguig with 14 points while Marvin Ortiguerra added 12 points, all via the three-point line.* Bob Cozy Ilanga topped the Warriors with 13 followed by Weng Farochillen with 12.* The Warriors’ woes began when top center Dondon Mendoza had to be helped out of the court after sustaining an ankle injury in the first period.

    * * *In the first game, the Quezon Red Oilers of Gov. Raffy Nantes and Coach Oliver Bunyi hung on to beat the Ilocos Sur Bravehearts of Gov. DV Savellano and Coach Gino Manuel, 74-68.

    * * *Hafer Mondragon, Bogs Raymundo and Mark Magsumbol starred in the third period to overturn the Red Oilers’ halftime deficit, 31-32, and lead entering the final period, 50-56.* It was all catch up from there for the Bravehearts.* Jonathan Pinera nailed a big triple that pushed the Red Oilers comfortably ahead by seven with still 1:34 to play, 70-63.* The Bravehearts did not help their own cause by missing 10 of their 13 free throws in the fourth period alone.

    * * *Mondragon finished with 19 followed by Magsumbol with 16.* Nat Cruz paced the Bravehearts with 25 points and 14 rebounds while Christopher Baluyot added nine points.

    * * *Over at the Pototan Astrodome in Pototan, Iloilo, the host Iloilo Mang Inasals feasted on the undermanned Zamboanga Zambos, 104-72, while the Trace-Laguna Stallions pulverized the Manila Capitals, 85-71, to begin action in the Iloilo Leg of the conference strongly supported by Smart, ML Kwarta Padala, Air 21, Accel, Burlington, Laptop Phoneshop, Nature’s Spring and Molten and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

  9. #9

    Re: Harbour Centre-Taguig Batang Global

    * * *TAGUIG CITY – Roberts Labagala caught fire in the third period and teammate Ramsey Williams submitted a triple-double to lift the visiting Quezon Red Oilers over the host Harbour Centre-Taguig Batang Global, 93-81, on Day Two of the Taguig City Leg of the 2009 Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference II at the C. P. Tinga Memorial Hall Thursday (February 26).

    * * *Labagala scored all of his 13 points in the third period, as the Red Oilers of Gov. Raffy Nantes pulled away from a slim three-point lead at halftime, 38-35, to a more comfortable 66-54 cushion entering the final canto. Jorel Canizares continued to wax hot by leading a barrage of triples to begin the fourth period and Williams gave the Red Oilers their biggest lead with 5:22 remaining, 85-59.* The Red Oilers grabbed their second win in as many games and gained good position to grab the first leg championship slot.

    * * *Williams and Canizares earlier combined to score the last seven points of the second period, capped by a Canizares buzzer-beating triple for a 38-35 halftime tally.* The Batang Global of Mayor Freddie Tinga and Coach Bert Flores took the opening period, 23-19, behind the combined 13 points of Allan Gamboa and Ronnie Zagala.

    * * * *Canizares finished with 22 points.* Williams added 10 rebounds and 10 assists on top of his 13 points for his second triple-double this conference sponsored by Smart, ML Kwarta Padala, Air 21, Accel, Burlington, Laptop Phoneshop Exchange, Nature’s Spring and Molten and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).* Chester Tolomia topped Taguig with 17 while Zagala finished with 16.

    * * *In the first game, the MP Warriors of GenSan kept their championship hopes alive by routing the Ilocos Sur Bravehearts, 85-67.* The Warriors improved to 1-1, same record as Taguig, while the Bravehearts absorbed their second straight loss.

    * * *Falling behind early, 2-6, the Warriors of Manny Pacquiao and Coach Ramon Pido unleashed four straight triples – two from Apol Coronado and one each from Louie Medalla and Jonjon Gonzaga – to seize the lead for good, 15-8.* The Bravehearts of Gov. DV Savellano and Coach Gino Manuel never recovered, with the Warriors peppering their foes with 10 more triples, with the last one by Dave Sagad erecting the biggest lead of the contest, 80-48, halfway through the fourth period.

    * * *Bob Cozy Ilanga powered the rout with 23 points and seven rebounds followed by Medalla with 15 points.* Nat Cruz paced the Bravehearts with 19 points followed by John Valderama with 16.

  10. #10

    Re: Harbour Centre-Taguig Batang Global

    TAGUIG CITY – The visiting Ilocos Sur Bravehearts relied on terrific defense at crunch time to play the spoilers’ role and put away host Harbour Centre-Taguig Batang Global, 68-65, on the penultimate day of the Taguig City Leg of the 2009 Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference II Friday at the C. P. Tinga Memorial Hall.

    Boyet Bautista, who played for Taguig last conference, sank a corner triple that shattered a 63-63 tie with 1:39 to play, 66-63. In the next sequence, Harold Sta. Cruz would then threaten for the last time with two free throws off a Christopher Baluyot foul, 65-66.

    The Bravehearts of Gov. DV Savellano and Coach Gino Manuel then pulled off crucial defensive stops, keeping the Batang Global scoreless for the balance of the contest. Bautista drew a foul with 13 ticks remaining and made his first free throw, 67-65. The second attempt missed but Alain Musni grabbed the offensive rebound and then was quickly fouled.

    Musni likewise made his first free throw but missed the second, with Baluyot getting the offensive rebound only to be whistled for traveling thus retuning the ball to the Batang Global with 11 seconds to play. Sadly, Ronnie Zagala missed the potential tying triple at the buzzer, giving the Bravehearts their first win after two losses, the same record as the Batang Global.

    Nat Cruz led the Bravehearts with 15 points followed by Bautista and Ismael Junio with 13. Erwin Sta. Maria paced the Batang Global with 16 points while Nino Marquez added 14.

    The team of Mayor Freddie Tinga and Coach Bert Flores had hoped to win in order to force a three-way tie at the top with the Quezon Red Oilers and MP Warriors of GenSan at 2-1, earning a finals berth via a superior FIBA quotient. Earlier, the Warriors defeated the Red Oilers in a double overtime classic, 103-90. The two sides will meet again for the leg championship with the winner getting their first leg championship this conference supported by Smart, ML Kwarta Padala, Air 21, Accel, Burlington, Laptop Phoneshop Exchange, Nature’s Spring and Molten and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

    The Warriors of Manny Pacquiao and Coach Ramon Pido banged in three triples in the second overtime as the Red Oilers of Gov. Raffy Nantes and Coach Oliver Bunyi simply fell apart in the marathon encounter. Louie Medalla appropriately delivered the knockout blow, a triple with 20 ticks to go, 101-88.

    Medalla earlier forced the second overtime with a lay-up at the 23-second mark of the first overtime, 84-84. Regulation play ended at 76-76 on a Mark Magsumbol field goal that tied the game with 47 seconds to play. The Warriors then threw away the ball but Roberts Labagala fumbled leading to a Warriors fast break. Medalla drove to the basket but decided to kick out the ball to Apol Coronado who missed a 15-foot jumper at the buzzer.

    Jonjon Gonzaga led all scorers with 23 while Coronado chipped in 20. Magsumbol paced the Red Oilers with 21 points followed by Labagala and Jorel Canizares with 16 each.


 
Closed Thread
Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 LastLast

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts

 
Visitor count:
Copyright © 2005 - 2013. Gameface.ph