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    Re: Misamis Oriental Meteors

    MARCH 11 SCORES

    * * *CEBU (92) – Padilla 18, Ababon 18, Basco 15, Enriquez 11, Santos 8, Dizon 8, Dacia 5, Cavan 4, Aying 2, Mepana 2, Tangkay 1.

    * * *QUEZON (75) – Magsumbol 18, Williams 15, Labagala 11, Mondragon 8, Canizares 6, Macanig 5, Orias 2, Suguitan 2, Guiyab 2, Garcia 2, Raymundo 2, Pinera 2, Chua 0, de Leon 0.

    * * *Period Scores: 27-27, 42-43, 57-57, 92-75.

    MARCH 12 SCORES

    First Game

    * * *MISAMIS ORIENTAL (73) – Yee 14, Paterno 13, Kong 12, Micutuan 11, Moreno 8, Daja 4, Mente 3, Numeran 2, Go 2, Sanchez 2, Tagupa 2, Munoz 0, Latoreno 0.

    * * *ILOILO (70) – Laborte 17, Vergara 12, Senierez 12, Barcellano 10, Garrido 9, Tan 7, Tizon 3, Abaring 0, Dumot 0, Sina-on 0.

    * * *Period Scores: 17-24, 33-41, 55-52, 73-70.

    Second Game

    * * *CEBU (94) – Cavan 14, Aying 12, Berame 12, Dizon 12, Santos 10, Enriquez 9, Tangkay 8, Ababon 7, Dacia 7, Padilla 3, Mepana 2, Basco 0.

    * * *ILOILO (54) – Barcellano 16, Tan 12, Vergara 9, Garrido 6, Laborte 4, Senierez 3, Abaring 2, Manajero 2, Dumot 2, Tizon 0, Montalvo 0, Sencil 0, Gono 0, Sina-on 0.

    * * *Period Scores: 18-14, 43-27, 64-41, 96-56.

    Third Game

    * * *QUEZON (67) – Labagala 15, Mondragon 14, Raymundo 8, Williams 8, Pinera 8, Orias 4, Garcia 4, Suguitan 2, Guiyab 2, Chua 2, Macanig 0, de Leon 0.

    * * *MISAMIS ORIENTAL (64) – Mente 16, Yee 15, Kong 9, Tagupa 8, Paterno 6, Moreno 5, Daja 2, Butel 2, Sanchez 1, Latoreno 0, Micutuan 0.

    * * *Period Scores: 23-14, 42-30, 50-50, 67-64.

    MARCH 13 SCORES

    First Game

    * * *QUEZON (90) – Labagala 17, Canizares 14, Macanig 13, Raymundo 13, Williams 8, Garcia 7, Mondragon 6, Guiyab 5, Orias 3, Suguitan 2, Chua 2, de Leon 0, Pinera 0.

    * * *ILOILO (8 – Laborte 20, Abaring 15, Tan 13, Senierez 11, Barcellano 10, Garrido 8, Tizon 6, Vergara 5, Gono 0, Manajero 0.

    * * *Period Scores: 23-15, 41-37, 64-62, 81-81 (reg.), 90-88 (OT).

    Second Game

    * * *CEBU (61) – Basco 16, Dacia 14, Enriquez 12, Padilla 6, Aying 5, Cavan 4, Ababon 2, Santos 2, Tangkay 0, Mepana 0, Berame 0, Dizon 0.

    * * *MISAMIS ORIENTAL (5 – Yee 17, Kong 10, Moreno 9, Tagupa 7, Paterno 4, Munoz 3, Daja 3, Sanchez 3, Mente 2, Latoreno 0, Butel 0, Micutuan 0.

    * * *Period Scores: 12-13, 30-30, 46-41, 61-58.

    MARCH 14 SCORES

    For Third Place

    * * *MISAMIS ORIENTAL (77) – Yee 21, Moreno 11, Daja 11, Kong 9, Micutuan 9, Paterno 6, Sanchez 3, Tagupa 3, Mente 2, Numeran 2, Munoz 0, Butel 0.

    * * *ILOILO (55) – Garrido 14, Senierez 9, Laborte 7, Vergara 7, Dumot 5, Barcellano 4, Tizon 3, Montalvo 2, Gono 2, Sina-on 2, Abaring 0, Sencil 0, Manajero 0.

    * * *Period Scores: 15-14, 37-26, 57-40, 77-55.

    Championship

    * * *CEBU (100) – Santos 22, Basco 12, Ababon 12, Tangkay 11, Enriquez 8, Dacia 8, Dizon 8, Cavan 4, Aying 4, Mepana 4, Berame 4, Padilla 3.

    * * *QUEZON (79) – Pinera 14, Garcia 9, Suguitan 8, Raymundo 8, Orias 7, Labagala 7, Chua 7, Williams 6, Macanig 5, Guiyab 3, Magsumbol 2, Canizares 2, de Leon 1.

    * * *Period Scores: 19-19, 40-37, 68-52, 100-79.

  2. #12

    Re: Misamis Oriental Meteors

    * * *CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The defending National Champion M. Lhuillier-Cebu Ninos served notice of their serious title retention bid by slamming the Quezon Red Oilers, 100-79, in the process carting away the Misamis Oriental Leg of the 2009 Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference II Saturday night at the Xavier University Gym.

    * * *The Ninos of Michel J. Lhuillier and Coach Raul “Yayoy” Alcoseba earned their second leg title this conference after the Manila Leg and closed out the Tour Phase with 41 points, good for Third Place.* The Red Oilers of Gov. Raffy P. Nantes and Coach Oliver Bunyi, champions of the Taguig City Leg, stayed at Fourth Place with 36 points.

    * * *Just like their first meeting last March 11 won by the Ninos, 92-75, the first half was tight but the Ninos settled and eventually blew away the Red Oilers in the second half.* The Ninos led at the half courtesy of a buzzer-beating triple by Jercules Tangkay, 40-37.

    * * *Marlon Basco, who would later be named as the leg’s MVP, teamed up with Abby Santos to dominate the shaded lane in the third canto that saw the Ninos outscore the Red Oilers, 28-15.* From there, it was an all-Cebu show with Santos leading the charge.* The Ninos erected the first of several 20-point leads, 86-66.

    * * *The Ninos displayed uncanny intensity in crashing the boards and hustling for loose balls.* They also applied a suffocating defense that neutralized Quezon’s key players.

    * * *Santos had his best game in a Ninos uniform with 22 points and 12 rebounds. Basco had 12 points and 11 rebounds.* Mark Ababon scored seven of his 12 points in the fourth period.* Jonathan Pinera was the lone Quezon player in double figures with 12.* Jessey Garcia followed with nine, six coming in the first period.

    * * *The Ninos will play the Sixth Place Ilocos Sur Bravehearts (22 points) while the Red Oilers battle the Fifth Place Manila Capitals (29 points) in the opening round of the National Playoffs next week.

    * * *In the first game, the host Misamis Oriental Meteors salvaged Third Place against the Iloilo Mang Inasals, 77-55.* Still, the Meteors of Gov. Oscar Moreno and Coach Jun Noel finally overtook the idle Trace-Laguna Stallions for the top spot in the Liga Tour Standings with 46 points compared to the Stallions’ 43.* Laguna has held the top spot since the conference began last January 14 with the generous support of Smart, ML Kwarta Padala, Air 21, Accel, Burlington, Nature’s Spring, Laptop Phoneshop Exchange and Molten and supervised by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

    * * *The Meteors used a 15-4 run from a 22-22 deadlock to pull away by halftime, 37-26.* The Meteors methodically dismantled the Mang Inasals, rising to as much as a 22-point advantage with 2:52 left in the contest, 73-51, on two free throws by Dexter Micutuan.

    * * *The Mang Inasal quintet of Robert Uy and Coach Jerry Jaranilla thus joined the Harbour Centre-Taguig Batang Global and Zamboanga Zambos as the three teams eliminated from the National Playoffs.* The Meteors will meet the dangerous Eighth Place MP Warriors (17 points) of GenSan in the playoffs.* The other series pits the Second Place Stallions versus the Seventh Place Smart-Pampanga Buddies (20 points).

    * * *Mark Yee led the Meteors with 21 points followed by Mark Moreno and Erian Daja with 11 each.* Joemel Garrido was the only Iloilo player in twin scores with 14.* Eldrin Senierez added nine points.

  3. #13

    Re: Misamis Oriental Meteors

    CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The best-of-five quarterfinal series between the top seed Misamis Oriental Meteors of Gov. Oscar Moreno and the MP Warriors of GenSan of Manny Pacquiao begins Monday (March 23) at the Xavier University Gym.

    Although having no head-to-head match-ups this conference, both teams have had a history of good games in the Mindanao Visayas Basketball Association (MVBA), a league that merged last year with the National Basketball Conference (NBC) to form Liga Pilipinas.

    Key players for the Meteors, coached by Jun Noel, are the “Three Marks” – Mark Yee, Mark Kong and Mark Moreno. Also with major roles are guard Ramil Tagupa, shooter Dexter Micutuan and center Erian Daja.

    Warriors coach Ramon Pido, himself a Noel protégé, hopes to show up his mentor with good plays from guards Bob Cozy Ilanga and Jonjon Gonzaga, center Dondon Mendoza and wingmen Jethrone Recustodio and Apple Coronado.

    Games Two and Three of the series will still be at Xavier tomorrow and on Wednesday. If needed, the series shifts to the Warriors’ home court for Games Four and Five on March 27 and 28.

    The Liga Pilipinas Playoffs are supported by Smart, ML Kwarta Padala, Accel, Air 21, Burlington, Nature’s Spring Water, Laptop Phoneshop Exchange and Molten and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

  4. #14

    Re: Misamis Oriental Meteors

    * * *CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The biggest shocker in the playoffs thus far unfolded as the eighth seed MP Warriors of GenSan of Manny Pacquiao and Coach Ramon Pido upset the top seed Misamis Oriental Meteors of Gov. Oscar Moreno and Coach Jun Noel at the Xavier University Gym, 77-75, to kick off their own best-of-five quarterfinal series of the 2009 Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference II Monday night.

    * * *The Warriors rode on the good game-long inside presence of center Ronald Lamocha, a 6’4” recent recruit from Davao City , to frustrate the Meteors.* The Warriors thus stole the home court advantage from the favored Meteors.

    Lamocha marked his Liga Pilipinas debut with 18 points and nine rebounds. Louie Medalla and Jethrone Recustodio added 11 points each. Mark Yee led the Meteors with similar totals of 18 points and nine rebounds. Mark Moreno and Erian Daja followed with 15 points apiece.

    * * *Already waiting for the series winner are the Red Oilers, who swept the Manila Capitals and marched into the semifinals in simultaneous action at the Quezon Convention Center, 69-66.* In the opposite bracket, the third seed and defending National Champion M. Lhuillier-Cebu Ninos are waiting for the winner of the Trace-Laguna Stallions and Smart-Pampanga Buddies tussle.* The Stallions lead the series, 2-1.

    * * *The heated playoffs are made possible with the generous help of Smart, ML Kwarta Padala, Air 21, Accel, Burlington , Nature’s Spring Water, Laptop Phoneshop Exchange and Molten and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketball ng Pilipinas (SBP).

    How They Scored:

    GENERAL SANTOS (77) -- Lamocha 18, Medalla 11, Recustodio 11, Gonzaga 10, Mendoza 7, Farochillen 5, Mejorada 4, Ilanga 4, Tadena 2, Callo 2, Coronado 2, Locsin 1, Sagad 0.

    MISAMIS ORIENTAL (75) -- Yee 18, Moreno 15, Daja 15, Kong 11, Mente 6, Sanchez 4, Tagupa 4, Bombeo 2, Gudez 0, Numeran 0, Butel 0, Micutuan 0.

    Period Scores: 23-16, 37-35, 58-57, 77-75.

  5. #15

    Re: Misamis Oriental Meteors

    CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The top seed Misamis Oriental Meteors bounced back to pounce on a suddenly listless MP Warriors of GenSan, 72-61, to level their best-of-five quarterfinal series at 1-1 in continuing action Tuesday night at the 2009 Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference II Playoffs at the Xavier University Gym.

    The Meteors of Gov. Oscar Moreno and Coach Jun Noel used a jackrabbit start to erect a 22-9 lead after one period and never looked backed. The Warriors of Manny Pacquiao and Coach Ramon Pido never got to equalize or taste the lead.

    Top MVP contender Mark Yee flashed his usual deadly form but it was Coach Noel’s surprise starting shooting guard Lyndon Gudez who did the most damage. In contrast, Coach Pido’s starting unit could only muster a combined four points for the entire contest.

    Gudez, a recruit from Cebu’s University of San Jose-Recoletos highlighted his breakout game with three triples. In the Meteors’ Game One loss Monday, Gudez went scoreless in a reserve role. He even sat out the team’s last two legs in Cebu and at home in Misamis Oriental on the injured list.

    “I always remind the players to maintain their aggressiveness,” said winning Coach Noel. “We worked hard to earn the top spot in the standings and we intend to keep playing that way.”

    GenSan actually roared back in the second period to cut their deficit to a single point by halftime, 31-33. However, another nine-point output in the third period proved to be fatal as the Meteors extended their lead to 15 markers entering the final period, 55-40.

    Gudez finished with 15 points in only 17 minutes of play. Yee added 14 points and five rebounds. Jethrone Recustodio paced GenSan with 20 points and six rebounds followed by Dondon Mendoza with 12 points and five rebounds.

    The eighth seed Warriors upset the Meteors in Game One, 77-75, in the process stealing the series’ home court advantage. The pivotal Game Three will be played tonight, still at the XU Gym. The winner could wrap up the series in tomorrow’s Game Four at the Warriors’ home court.

    The Liga Pilipinas Playoffs are made possible by Smart, ML Kwarta Padala, Accel, Air 21, Burlington, Nature’s Spring Water, Laptop Phoneshop Exchange and Molten and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

    How They Scored:

    MISAMIS ORIENTAL (72) – Gudez 15, Yee 14, Mente 12, Daja 10, Butel 6, Micutuan 5, Bombeo 3, Tagupa 3, Moreno 2, Numeran 2, Kong 0, Munoz 0.

    GENERAL SANTOS (61) – Recustodio 20, Mendoza 12, Locsin 8, Ilanga 8, Lamocha 4, Sagad 3, Callo 2, Medalla 2, Farochillen 1, Coronado 1, Gonzaga 0, Tadena 0, Mejorada 0.

    Period Scores: 22-9, 33-31, 55-40, 72-61.

  6. #16

    Re: Misamis Oriental Meteors

    CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The top seed Misamis Oriental are now one game away from the semifinals after trouncing the eighth seed MP Warriors of GenSan, 64-62, in Game Three of their best-of-five quarterfinal series of the 2009 Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference II Playoffs Wednesday at the Xavier University Gym.

    The Meteors of Gov. Oscar Moreno and Coach Jun Noel can close out the Warriors of Manny Pacquiao in Game Four tonight at the Arturo S. Lugod Memorial Sports and Cultural Center in Gingoog City. If needed, the deciding Game Five will still be at the ASLMSCC tomorrow.

    For the second game in a row, the Meteors limited the Warriors to only nine points in the opening period, 20-9, on baskets by top Conference II MVP contender Mark Yee and guard Mark Moreno. This time though, the Warriors would fight back and force six deadlocks and four lead changes.

    Jethrone Recustodio presided over a strong third period run by the Warriors that tied the game entering the fourth period, 50-50.

    Ramil Tagupa led the Meteors with 14 points while Joey Mente added 13. Recustodio was the lone Warrior in twin digits with 17 points on four triples followed by JP Locsin with nine markers.

    The Liga Pilipinas Playoffs are strongly supported by Smart, ML Kwarta Padala, Air 21, Accel, Burlington, Nature’s Spring Water, Laptop Phoneshop Exchange and Molten and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

    Already waiting are semifinal early birds Quezon Red Oilers and the defending National Champion M. Lhuillier-Cebu Ninos. The Red Oilers will face the Meteors-Warriors winner while the Stallions-Buddies victor gets a date with the Ninos. The semifinal round will begin on April 2.

    How They Scored:

    MISAMIS ORIENTAL (64) – Tagupa 14, Mente 13, Moreno 9, Yee 9, Kong 6, Gudez 5, Daja 5, Micutuan 2, Butel 1, Bombeo 0, Numeran 0.

    GENERAL SANTOS (62) – Recustodio 17, Locsin 9, Farochillen 7, Mendoza 6, Coronado 5, Ilanga 5, Gonzaga 4, Tadena 4, Sagad 3, Lamocha 2, Callo 0, Medalla 0, Omandam 0.

    Period Scores: 20-9, 35-25, 50-50, 64-62.

  7. #17

    Re: Misamis Oriental Meteors

    Wala na ba sa MisOr si Jerome Paterno?

  8. #18

    LIGA PILIPINAS CHAMPION 09'

    oh yeah! OH YEAH!
    WE dID IT! We did It!
    METEORS is the CHAMPION! hoOraY!

    CONGRATS METEORS!..THANKS GOD.. ;D
    CHAMPION TAYO..weeeh!!!
    VERY DESERVING..IMAGINE! 12 points OVER CeBu..
    WOW!!! AMAZING! (I wish I was there, haiz)

    KITAMZ, MIS. OR WILL BE THE CHAMPION TALAGA!!!
    * *GAME 1-MIS.OR (70-64)
    * *GAME 2-CEBU (58-55)
    * *GAME 3-MIS.OR Again (73-71)
    * *GAME 4-CEBU Nanaman (62-5
    * * *well, at this point sabi ko "YAKANG-YAKA to"
    * *GAME 5-MIS.OR METEORS CHAMPION! (64-52)
    SEE THE PATTERN OF GAME? ALTERNATE LANG NOH..hehe
    Pinakaba pa tayo..but I'm Confidence enough and TRUST the TEAM..

    TO ALL THE METEORS PLAYERS, TO COACH JUN NOEL, TO GOV. MORENO AND METEORS STAFF..CONGRATULATIONS!!!!
    Nice Play..THANK YOU!!!

    MARK YEE UR THE BEST MVP! CONGRATS!
    I wear ur lucky color RED the whole day..ahekhek!

    TO THE FANS WHO SUPPORT (like me, eh'), THANKS a LOT Guys for the cheers & PrayerS!
    WE ARE THE CHAMPION!!!

    GOD BLESS EVERYONE! HAVE A NICE DAY!!

    Muaaaaahhh....muaaahh.. :-* :-* :-*

  9. #19

    Re: LIGA PILIPINAS CHAMPION 09'

    Meteors rap Niños, snare Liga crown
    Updated April 22, 2009 12:00 AM
    Philstar


    MANILA, Philippines – Misamis Oriental used a torrid third quarter attack to seize control then hung tough in the clutch to defeat M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu, 64-52, in their sudden death for the 2009 Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference II National Championship before a stunned crowd at the New Cebu Coliseum in Cebu City Monday.

    The Meteors, behind Mark Yee, Philip Butel, Lyndon Gudez and Ramil Tagupa, outscored the hosts, 24-4, in the pivotal third, turning a close 29-27 lead at the turn to a 53-31 bulge.

    The top seeded squad never looked back from there as it pounced on the erratic Cebu side to complete the rousing victory.

    “This is a greatest feeling of all, knowing you worked hard for it and played your best in the game that mattered the most. I am so proud of the team. This is for our fans in MisOr,” said MisOr coach Jun Noel.

    The defending champion Niños actually surged ahead at 30-29 as Stephen Padilla hit a triple at the onset of the third. But it proved to be Cebu’s last taste of the lead as the Meteors ran roughshod over their rivals, who had 17 errors at the end of the third and finished the game with 21.

    “My hats off to them. They executed their plays extremely well and showed so much poise. The way they played, it didn’t matter where the game was held,” Alcoseba said.

    Yee finished with 12 points, including 10 in the third period, and hauled down 12 rebounds.

    Mente scored all his 11 points in the first half. Mark Ababon fired nine of his team-best 13 points to pace the Ninos while Marlon Basco finished with a double-double game of 11 points and 14 rebounds.

    For averaging 14.6 points in the series, Yee was named the Finals MVP. He also won the Conference MVP honors.

    Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) vice-chairman Ricky Vargas and Smart Sports’ Patrick Gregorio awarded the trophies to all the winners.

    The event was sponsored by Smart and backed by ML Kwarta Padala, Accel, Air 21, Burlington, Pagcor Sports, Nature’s Spring Water, Laptop Phoneshop Exchange and Molten and sanctioned by the SBP.

    The Meteors took the opener of the best-of-five series, 70-64, and Game Three, 73-71, but the Ninos equalized with victories in Games Two, 58-55, and Four, 62-58.
    "I Love Being Wrong Because That Makes Me Right!"

  10. #20

    Re: LIGA PILIPINAS CHAMPION 09'

    Misamis wins Liga title
    April 21, 2009, 6:01pm
    Manila Bulletin

    Cebu City — The Misamis Oriental Meteors beat defending champion M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu Ninos, 64-52, on Monday to claim the 2009 Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference II National Championship title at the New Cebu Coliseum.

    The victory gave the Meteors a 3-2 edge in the best-of-five series.

    “This is a greatest feeling of all, knowing you worked hard for it and played your best in the game that mattered the most. I am so proud of the team. This is for our fans in Misor,” Meteors coach Jun Noel said.

    A 24-4 bomb in the third period sent the Meteors soaring from an erstwhile close contest. Mark Yee started the initial salvo and Philip Butel, Lyndon Gudez and Ramil Tagupa finished the task giving the Meteors of Gov. Oscar Moreno their biggest lead of 53-34.

    Overall, the Meteors outscored the Ninos in the pivotal third period, 26-11 after leading 29-27 in the first half.

    A triple by Stephen Padilla opened the third period, giving the Ninos their final taste of the lead, 30-29.

    But it was downhill all the way from there as a maze of turnovers – a total of 21 – spelled doom for the Ninos.
    "I Love Being Wrong Because That Makes Me Right!"


 
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