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    Re: LINE UP

    Joe posted the 2011-2012 Fr Martin Cup Open conference schedules for the new year, please visit the thread for particulars.

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    I have a prospect from Davao 5'10 pg, very athletic he can dunk, good slasher and can shoot in the outside. Ask lang ako if sino pwede ko macontact sa EAC para makapagtry out po yung bata? thanks you can contact me 09234270452...He will be in Manila this monday evening

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    What happened to that Torralba guy? Ubos na ba eligibility niya?

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    Generals conquer Stags

    (The Philippine Star)

    Updated August 19, 2012 12:00 AM

    MANILA, Philippines - San Beda leaned on the heroics of Jake Pascual and Baser Amer yesterday as it whitewashed Lyceum, 77-47, to snare the solo lead in the 88th NCAA basketball tournament at The Arena in San Juan.

    Pascual came through with 17 points and 16 rebounds while Amer had a career-high 16 assists he topped with nine points and five boards as the Lions zoomed to the top with an 8-2 card ahead of idle Jose Rizal (7-2), San Sebastian (7-3) and Perpetual Help (6-3).

    The Pirates fell to their eighth defeat against two wins.

    Earlier, undermanned Emilio Aguinaldo College drew the best from Igee King as it pulled off a shocking 77-67 victory over last year’s runner-up San Sebastian to put some life on its Final Four hopes.

    King, son of former PBA star Abe King, fired his league-best 17 points he spiked with five rebounds to help the Generals snare their third win against seven losses that kept them in the Final Four race.

    It was EAC’s first ever victory over the Stags since joining the oldest collegiate league three seasons ago.

    And the Generals did it in the absence of their coach Gerald Esplana and two players Remy Morada and Francis Munsayac, who all served one-game suspensions for their misconduct in EAC’s 76-61 win over the St. Benilde Blazers last Aug. 4.

    EAC also avenged its heartbreaking 93-94 defeat to San Sebastian in their first round encounter last July 30.

    “We lost to them (San Sebastian) by only a point in the first round but it showed us that we can compete against them,” said EAC assistant coach Andy de Guzman, who handled the coaching chores in Esplana’s absence.

    Russell Yaya provided the needed help with 18 points and six caroms while Cameroonian slotman Noube Happi did the rest with 17 points and 10 boards.

    EAC, which finished the first round of the elimination at the bottom of the standings with a 2-7 mark, led all throughout the game. leading by as many as 15 points in the first half.

    The Generals though felt threatened in the third quarter when they saw their lead cut down to just a hairline going into the final quarter.

    But EAC kept its head up while San Sebastian just couldn’t as reigning MVP Calvin Abueva was slapped a technical foul for a misconduct that turned out his fifth and last foul with still over six minutes remaining in the game. – Joey Villar

    That was all the Generals needed to hang on to the victory that ended their miseries while giving them hope for a berth in the Final Four.

    It also ended a milestone for Abueva, whose run of double-double performances of nine straight games came to a screeching halt after being held to just nine points and only eight rebounds.

    Curiously, Abueva, who is expected to go high in today’s PBA draft at the Robinson’s Place in Manila, is coming off a 21-point, 21-rebound and nine-assist effort in an 80-71 win over reigning champion San Beda last Monday.

    It was the Stags’ second loss in their last three games and third overall against seven triumphs that sent them outside the leaderboard.

    Earlier, San Beda stretched its amazing run to 10 with a mind-boggling 171-22 victory over Lyceum while San Sebastian slammed EAC, 96-50, to improve to 9-1 in the high school division.

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    Bulldogs nose out Falcons; Knights up

    By Jasmine W. Payo

    Philippine Daily Inquirer

    12:15 am | Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

    RAY Parks knocked in the game-winning jumper with 3.2 seconds left to lift the National U Bulldogs past the gritty Adamson Falcons, 70-68, in overtime in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup yesterday at Filoil Flying V Arena.

    Hardly losing his focus over a month after his father’s death, Parks scored six of his team’s eight points in the extra period to finish with a game-high 28 points and lead the unbeaten Bulldogs to a sixth straight victory.

    “He took it upon himself to carry us through,” said NU coach Eric Altamirano. “We were struggling offensively, but Ray just found a way to win.”

    In the second game, Letran dropped a 17-0 bomb in the second half to down Emilio Aguinaldo College, 78-71, and improve to 3-1.

    Raymond Almazan shot 16 points and added 12 boards, while Mark Cruz and Ford Ruaya fired 13 each to power the Knights.

    Parks, who wore jersey No. 22 in memory of his father and seven-time PBA Best Import Bobby Parks, also had six rebounds, three assists and a couple of steals, but said he’s still far from his best shape.

    “I feel I’m not yet there after all that happened,” said Parks, the two-time UAAP MVP. “But my teammates were encouraging me to take the last-second shot. They trusted me.”

    The Falcons battled back from double-digit deficits with Cameroonian Alfred Aroga posting 20 points, 16 rebounds and five blocks.

    Lloyd Abrigo’s two free throws with 19.4 seconds left in the fourth period forged overtime, 62-62.

    The Falcons fell to 1-2, while the Generals remained winless in three outings.

    The scores:

    First Game

    NU 70—Parks 28, Aroga 20, Villamor 6, Labing-isa 6, Alejandro 4, Rosario 3, De Guzman 2, Roño 1, Javillonar 0, Neypes 0, Khobuntin 0.

    ADAMSON 68—Cruz 16, Abrigo 12, Brondial 9, Sewa 8, Bernabe 8, Rios 6, Iñigo 3, Ochea 3, Cabigas 3, Monteclaro 0, Petilos 0, Trollano 0.
    Quarters: 21-14, 33-27, 47-45, 62-62 (reg), 70-68 (OT)

    Second Game

    LETRAN 78—Almazan 16, Cruz 13, Ruaya 13, Nambatac 9, Pantin 6, Belorio 6, Publico 5, Dysam 5, Luib 2, Gabawan 2, Catipay 1, Castro 0, Buenaflor 0, Requero 0, Tambeling 0, Oluto 0.

    EAC 71—Manga 18, Jamon 15, Munsayac 10, Tayontong 9, King 9, Arquero 5, Paguia 2, Castro 2, Mejos 1, Mallari 0, Monteclaro 0.
    Quarters: 21-23, 38-40, 56-52, 78-71

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    Lasalle B Wins 3rd Straight

    B Archers remain unbeaten in FMC Div II

    The La Salle Green Archers posted their third straight win and the University of Perpetual Help Altas pulled off an upset in the ongoing 11th Fr. Martin Division 2 Cup basketball tournament.

    Benoit Mbala led three other teammates who came up with double-digit performances for the La Salle Green Archers as they brought down the Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals, 81-57,

    Melvin Rodriguez scored the winning layup in the last 8.9 seconds to lift the Altas to a 69-68 beating of the San Beda Red Lions.

    Mbala shot 17 points, while Alexander Torres, John Boo and Abu Tratter hit 16, 14 and 10 points respectively for the Green Archers, who went on to post their third straight win in in Group B of the senior division.

    This put the Green Archers in strong contention for the semifinals, according to commissioner Robert de la Rosa.

    The Green Archers turned the tables on the Green Archers, and were ahead at halftime, 25-15, and after trailing, 7-13, in the first quarter.

    Rodriguez’s heroics allowed the Altas to have an impressive start in their Group B campaign.

    In other matches, the Enderun Titans bounced back from a 58-67, loss to the San Beda Red Lions with a 71-57 stopping of Angeles University Foundation.

    In the junior division, the San Sebastian Staglets won over the Letran Squires, 77-73.

    John Paul Susemerano shot the winning basket in the last 7.7 seconds for St. Jude, which defeated Joseph Joseph, 64-61.

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