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    The highest score and biggest winning margin in Philippine basketball
    early 1986

    Last thursday's Metro Manila regional eliminations of the National Inter-Collegiate championship at the Rizal Coliseum, with a schedule of no-bearing collegiate games, was expectedly watched by a lean crowd. The first of the two collegiate games pitted the Far Eastern University against a hapless St. Joseph College team in a one-sided game that turned into a massacre. The first half finished with the score of 86-36, a margin of 50 points for the Tamaraws.
    After the buzzer went off signalling the end of the game, the scoreboard registered a score of FEU-14, St.Joseph-81. The actual score of FEU was 213 points but only 14 was reflected because it turned out that the electronic scoreboard is capable of registering a maximum of only 199 points. The 213 scoring output of the FEU Tamaraws broke all existing records and eclipsed the old record of 199 points set by Mapua in the same meet some seven years ago.
    The winning margin of 132 points is also the biggest on record. It broke the ERDC winning margin over National University in a PABL game last year with a final score of 180-73 or a winning margin of 107 points. Only three of the 12 players fielded by FEU coach Fidel Que did not score double figures, with Tamaraw rookie Gerry Esplana converting a game-high 37 points.

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    Arellano's Bonleon is on the right track
    October 1984

    The ongoing MUCAA's junior basketball competitions may only be contested by four schools but two of the competing teams, the multi-titled University of Manila Hawklets and the newly-formed Arellano University junior team, are expected to dominate the junior division and eventually qualify for the National Secondary championship.
    The first days of competition saw a gangling kid of seventeen, now only in his second year of basketball competition in Manila, make 41 points against the UM team and a record 43 points against NCBA in the succeeding game. For these impressive performances, Arellano University's Emmanuel Bonleon became an instant hit among the Rizal Memorial Coliseum habitues.
    For the first round of the MUCAA junior competition, Bonleon is leading all scorers with a 31-point average per game, followed by DOMC's Frederic Eleosida with 26.33, NCBA's Reynaldo Ignacio with 26 points and UM's Paul Alvarez with 23.66 points per game.

  3. #13
    Is this Mario Bonleon's dad? I think this is Nonoy, right?

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