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  1. #11

    Re: Fatima Phoenix Year 1

    Quote Originally Posted by Joescoundrel
    OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY PHOENIX

    Head Coach: Mr. Renzy Bajar
    Asst. Coach: Mr. Ralph Emerson Rivera
    Consultant: Mr. Pepe Sanchez

    David, Raymond 5'7" Guard
    Ladao, Alexander Jr. 5'8" Guard
    Aque, Mark 6'2" Forward
    Mina, Mark Bryan 6'4" Center
    Panes, Lester 5'7" Guard
    Valdevilla, Carl 6'1" Swingman
    Culala, Joal 5'8" Pointguard
    Lacbayan, Daryl 5'9" Guard
    Basco, Randy 6'2" Forward-Center
    Monserat, Ralph 6'3" Center-Forward
    Monserat, Gaylord 6'1" Forward
    Palima, Mark 5'8" Guard
    Zapanta, Robin 5'7" Pointguard
    San Juan, Easy Lover 6'1" Forward
    Guidaben, Paolo 6'0" Swingman
    Seryoso bang EASY LOVER ang given name nya????? sounds like a character from Semi-Pro!! :D

  2. #12

    Re: Fatima Phoenix Year 1

    Quote Originally Posted by Joescoundrel
    [img width=531 height=800]http://i527.photobucket.com/albums/cc360/Gameface_Editor/Fatima6.jpg[/img]

    You can catch Fatima's top cheerleader at the games.
    wow she's HOT.... more pics! more! :D
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  3. #13

    Re: Fatima Phoenix Year 1

    Quote Originally Posted by BigBlue
    Quote Originally Posted by Joescoundrel
    OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY PHOENIX

    Head Coach: Mr. Renzy Bajar
    Asst. Coach: Mr. Ralph Emerson Rivera
    Consultant: Mr. Pepe Sanchez

    David, Raymond 5'7" Guard
    Ladao, Alexander Jr. 5'8" Guard
    Aque, Mark 6'2" Forward
    Mina, Mark Bryan 6'4" Center
    Panes, Lester 5'7" Guard
    Valdevilla, Carl 6'1" Swingman
    Culala, Joal 5'8" Pointguard
    Lacbayan, Daryl 5'9" Guard
    Basco, Randy 6'2" Forward-Center
    Monserat, Ralph 6'3" Center-Forward
    Monserat, Gaylord 6'1" Forward
    Palima, Mark 5'8" Guard
    Zapanta, Robin 5'7" Pointguard
    San Juan, Easy Lover 6'1" Forward
    Guidaben, Paolo 6'0" Swingman
    Seryoso bang EASY LOVER ang given name nya????? sounds like a character from Semi-Pro!! :D
    BigBlue, yes, that is indeed his given name as indicated in his birth certificate. His nickname is "Ace".
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI

  4. #14

    Re: Fatima Phoenix Year 1

    Fatima University blew a big first quarter lead, went through a long dry spell in the middle quarters, and then put together a big finishing kick to hack out the 72 - 70 victory over Centro Escolar yesterday at the ancient University of Manila gymnasium.

    Up by as much as 15 points in the first quarter, the Phoenix of Coach Rency Bajar suddenly broke down on both ends of the floor, allowing the Scorpions of new Coach Mon Jose to seize the 46-36 lead midway through the third quarter. Former San Beda Red Cubs standout Leeward Lobaton led the CEU assault as he nailed back-to-back three-pointers and had two crucial steals in that stretch.

    Fatima however came back on the strength of the defensive efforts of team captain Randy Basco, Paolo Guidaben and super athletic Ralph Monserat. Tightening up on defense, the Phoenix forced five straight CEU turnovers in the last two minutes. Monserat then split a pair of freethrows to give the lead back to Fatima at 71-70, time down to 23 seconds. Carl Valdevilla collared the long rebound off the Monserat miss and inexplicably went for a quick drive and shot. Valdevilla was subsequently called for a charging foul and got an earful from coaching director Jose Sanchez.

    Fatima however made the crucial stops on the defensive end and Lester Panes sealed the win with a freethrow of his own.

    Guidaben, nephew of PBA legend Abet, led the Phoenix with 16 points while Monserat had 14 points and 11 rebounds. Basco had nine points to go with his 12 boards.

    Lobaton had a game-high 18 points on 4-6 shooting from three-point range.

  5. #15

    Re: Fatima Phoenix Year 1

    Fatima remained unbeaten in junior division competitions with a sound 81 - 69 bashing of St Clare College yesterday at the steamy UM Gym.

    Both teams started out very tentative and could not get into any rhythm in the opening period. Miscues, slips on the ill-maintained floor and butter fingers were all the rage throughout the first 10 minutes of play. Forwards Kim Balabbo and Harlie Diego couldn't get a good grip at all. Neither team was shooting particularly well as well with players from both sides complaining about the slippery new ball.

    Fatima eventually seized the lead at 12-11 on a drive by guard JR Teodoro, a former San Juan National High School star. Joseph Marquez, another San Juan star, came off the bench late in the first period and also put in immeidate contributions, particularly off the boards and on defense in the lane.

    Midway through the third period, the Junior Phoenix opened up their first double-digit lead at 46-36 behind the transition attacks and dribble-penetrations of Teodoro, guard Larry Rivera and forwards AJ Perea and Chris Lugtu. It didn't help the St Clare cause that their perimeter game wasn't clicking.

    In the payoff fourth period it was pretty much an all-Fatima show, as guard Dan Alberto got going on the fastbreak. Things however took a turn for the violent when a little pushing and shoving got out of hand with about 1:40 left in the game. St Clare forward Jun Federez got into a little too much elbow music with Marquez. Soon enough one of Federez's teammates charged from the bench to confront Marquez. Rather stupidly, Fatima centers Edison Torres, Joshua Khan and Cyrel Reodava took the bait and also charged the court.

    Game officials took control soon enough and restored order. Torres, Khan and Reodava were all thrown out, as were Federez and two more St Clare bench scrubs. All six players are facing the distinct possibility of a one-game suspension.

    When the game resumed Fatima kept up the pressure as Alberto made it 80-61. Careless end-game passing and a refusal to obey the coaches however saw the lead whittled down all the way to the final score.
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI

  6. #16

    Re: Fatima Phoenix Year 1

    from the scoundrel news network:

    the fatima juniors team continued their winning streak by outlasting the defending juniors champ informatics to the tune of 70-64.
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  7. #17

    Re: Fatima Phoenix Year 1

    [img width=533 height=800]http://i527.photobucket.com/albums/cc360/Gameface_Editor/PhoenixMonserat.jpg[/img]

    Ralph Monserat in transition versus UM.

    With their come-from-behind victory over Informatics yesterday, the Fatima Phoenix are now 5-5 and knocking on the door to the next round of NAASCU Season 9.

  8. #18

    Re: Fatima Phoenix Year 1

    Quote Originally Posted by Joescoundrel
    ^ Sige nga, maglabas ka nga, maglabas ka nga!

    Ng picture ha... ;D

    Papa Mhel baka meron ka from opening ceremonies.
    Ang tagal!

  9. #19

    Re: Fatima Phoenix Year 1

    Fatima beat the shit out of AMA to cop second place in their inaugural campaign in the NAASCU Season 9 junior division 89 - 60.
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI

  10. #20

    Re: Fatima Phoenix Year 1

    Fatima had the upset of the day over St Benilde.

    St Benilde looked set to have a cake walk over the 6th placer in the recently concluded NAASCU tournament. Veterans Gelo Montecastro and Mac Abolucion led a flurry of transition opportunities for the Blazers right in the opening period. But the Phoenix fought back behind forward Randy Basco, center Ralph Monserat and guards Dexter Rosales and Robin Zapanta.

    The Blazers of head coach Richard Del Rosario however were still pretty much in control throughout most of the first half, with Robbie Manalac and Jan Tan imposing themselves in the lane. Swingmen Mark De Guzman and Carlo Lastimosa were also getting their licks in on the slash and finding the big men for dump passes along the baseline.

    Zapanta however went on a tear from three-point range as the Phoenix of head coach and ABL mainstay Rency Bajar took the lead at 30-29 late in the second period. Fatima nevber really looked back from that point as the Blazers seemed to lose their bearings.

    In the crucial third period, Zapanta and the rest of the Phoenix kept pouring it on, as Fatima built its biggest lead at 54-43, prompting Del Rosario to sue for time. St Benilde was getting some good looks through great ball movement coming from Abolucion and Montecastro, but they just were not converting, missing a couple of gimme layups and short stabs.

    Fatima meanwhile was getting some lucky breaks as Darryl Basa, Jon Cunanan, Mark Aque and Lester Panes got in on the act. Basco was also outworking the bigger Benilde big men off both boards with superior positioning and extension to gather in the caroms.

    De Guzman and Abolucion tried to bring Benilde back into it and brought the Blazers within 60-62. But Zapanta, Cunanan, Monserat and Basco all helped to carve out some separation anew at 68-60 for the Phoenix. Steadier execution down the stretch settled the final score.

    Zapanta had 23 points on five three-pointers, while Abolucion had 16 for St Benilde.






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