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    Re: Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III

    CEBU CITY – The M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu Ninos stayed undefeated and claimed the top seeding and an outright berth in the National Championship game of the Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III Super Leg by crushing the defending National Champion Misamis Oriental Meteors, 78-54, Thursday night at the New Cebu Coliseum.

    The Ninos of Michel J. Lhuillier and Coach Raul “Yayoy” Alcoseba led from the opening buzzer, stretching their perfect winning run to 19 straight games in the conference supported by Smart, San Miguel Beer, Casino Ethyl Alcohol, Omega Pain Killer, ML Kwarta Padala, Molten, Accel, Calcium-Cee, Gatorade, Air 21 and Burlington and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

    Mark Magsumbol came off the bench to spark the Ninos’ second period breakaway, scoring 11 points to push the Ninos ahead at halftime, 38-21. Earlier, the Ninos ruled the slow first period, 13-7.

    The Ninos were unrelenting, as Ian Saladaga and Magsumbol scored on back-to-back baskets to start the final period and establish their biggest lead at 29 points, 65-36. The Meteors of Gov. Oscar S. Moreno and Coach Jun Noel tried their best to whittle the final margin but the Ninos always had a ready answer. The Meteors finished the preliminary round with a 3-1 win-loss card and will await their opponent in the knockout semifinals that will determine the Ninos’ championship opponent

    Magsumbol finished with a total of 16 points, his best performance as a Nino after transferring from the Quezon Red Oilers midway through the conference. Marlon Basco followed with 13 points. No Meteors scored in double figures with Khiel Misa the high man with only nine points.

    In the nightcap, the Smart-Pampanga Buddies kept their National Championship hopes alive by escaping the fighting Trace-Laguna Stallions, 70-65. The Buddies of Coach Allan Gregorio hope to win their remaining game against the Ninos in order to face the Meteors for the second championship seat.

    Hans Thiele pumped in six points in a crucial fourth period run that put the Buddies on top again since the first period, 63-62. Leo Losentes and Nino Gelig traded baskets before Al Magpayo hit a booming triple that broke the Stallions’ backs at the 35-second mark, 68-64.

    Losentes then split his free throws off an Earn Saguindel foul with 25 ticks to go, 65-68. Allan Husted then settled the final tally with two more free throws.

    It was a tough loss for the Stallions of Atty. Erwin Genuino and Coach Nomar Isla, who remained winless in three starts. The Stallions led by six after three periods, 55-49, behind the good play of RB Mangahas and Ron Capati.

    All is not lost as the Stallions pray that they beat the Red Oilers by a big margin and the Buddies lose to the Ninos on the final day of the preliminaries in order to force a three-way tie and earn the right to face the Meteors via the FIBA quotient.

    Gelig led the Buddies with 17 points followed by Husted with 13. Thiele finished with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Losentes paced the Stallions with 14 markers while Capati and Mangahas chipped in 13 each.

    Solar Sports will televise the games of the Super Leg. Liga Pilipinas Classics air daily on Viva Prime Channel. For more details, log on to the league’s official website at www.ligapilipinas.net.

    How They Scored:

    First Game

    MLKP-CEBU (7 – Magsumbol 16, Basco 13, Enriquez 10, Saladaga 10, Dacia 8, Ababon 6, Padilla 5, Nailon 4, Santos 4, Mepana 2, Poligrates 0.

    MISAMIS ORIENTAL (54) – Misa 9, Moreno 8, Lamocha 8, Cabahug 7, Mamaclay 7, Kong 3, Mente 3, Tagupa 3, Clavel 2, Daja 2, Butel 2, Saldua 0, Guiyab 0.

    Period Scores: 13-7, 38-21, 60-36, 78-54.

    Second Game

    SMART-PAMPANGA (70) – Gelig 17, Husted 13, Thiele 12, Magpayo 11, Aldave 6, Saguindel 4, Al. Espiritu 3, Asoro 2, Tan 2, An. Espiritu 0.

    TRACE-LAGUNA (65) – Losentes 14, Capati 13, Mangahas 13, Estrada 8, Legaspi 6, Musni 5, Pradas 3, Villaver 2, Angeles 1, Sanz 0, Grijaldo 0.

    Period Scores: 10-13, 29-32, 49-55, 70-65.

  2. #22

    Re: Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III

    CEBU CITY – The Trace-Laguna Stallions finally picked up their first victory by pummelling the Quezon Red Oilers, 72-65, but the effort went to naught as the Stallions got edged out of the playoff picture thanks to the tiebreak rules on the final day of the preliminary round of the Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III Super Leg at the New Cebu Coliseum Friday.

    Later that night, the M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu Ninos of Michel J. Lhuillier and Coach Raul “Yayoy” Alcoseba moved to within a game of finishing with an undefeated record in the conference by pushing off the Smart-Pampanga Buddies of Coach Allan Gregorio, 80-62. The Ninos’ 20th straight triumph sent the Buddies into a three-way tie with the Stallions and Red Oilers at 1-2.

    Applying the FIBA Quotient, the Red Oilers of Gov. Rafael P. Nantes and Coach Oliver Bunyi barely edged out the Stallions for the right to face the defending National Champion Misamis Oriental Meteors, 1.040-1.015. The Buddies were relegated to Fifth Place with a quotient of 0.946.

    The Stallions of Atty. Erwin Genuino needed to win by at least nine markers and looked well on the way to achieving their goal when Jay-Arr Estrada sank two free throws that erected a 10-point lead with 47 seconds to go. Roberts Labagala chipped off a point via a free throw at the 17-second mark, 63-72.

    The Red Oilers quickly fouled Estrada, who missed both his free throws. In the ensuing rebound scuffle, Angelus Raymundo drew a foul and calmly made his two gift shots and still 15 ticks remaining. With Coach Nomar Isla out of timeouts, the Stallions galloped down the court but Estrada, RB Mangahas and Alex Angeles all missed their attempts.

    Leo Losentes led all scorers with 21 points followed by Jan Villaver with 15. Raymundo paced the Red Oilers with 17 points and 23 rebounds. Labagala added 12 markers.

    In the second game featuring the top two teams after the Tour Phase met for the first time in this conference backed by Smart, San Miguel Beer, Casino Ethyl Alcohol, Omega Pain Killer, ML Kwarta Padala, Molten, Accel, Calcium-Cee, Gatorade, Air 21 and Burlington and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

    The Buddies needed to win in order to forge a date with the Meteors for the second finals slot. They were playing well, taking the first half, 39-31, behind Jonathan Aldave, Edwin Asoro and Anthony Espiritu.

    Suddenly, the Ninos awoke from their stupor by opening the third stanza with a 21-4 run starring the eight markers of Stephen Padilla and six coming from Mark Magsumbol, 52-43. The period ended in the Ninos’ favor, 56-44.

    The Ninos continued to pour it on, with Padilla draining a triple that gave the Ninos their biggest lead of the game, 73-53, midway in the fourth period.

    Padilla topped the Ninos with 13 points and five rebounds followed by Ian Saladaga and Marlon Basco with 11 apiece. Allan Husted was the high man for the Buddies with 12 followed by Aldave with nine points.

    Solar Sports will air the games of the Super Leg. Liga Pilipinas Classics are seen every day on Viva Prime Channel. For more information, visit the league’s official website at www.ligapilipinas.net.

    How They Scored:

    First Game

    TRACE-LAGUNA (72) – Losentes 21, Villaver 15, Angeles 12, Mangahas 8, Capati 6, Estrada 5, Legaspi 3, Sanz 2, Tolentino 0, Musni 0, Pradas 0, Grijaldo 0.

    QUEZON (65) – Raymundo 17, Labagala 12, Palaganas 10, Canizares 9, Mondragon 6, Pinera 4, Orias 3, Dedicatoria 2, Cacha 2.

    Period Scores: 19-16, 34-29, 51-50, 72-65.

    Second Game

    MLKP-CEBU (80) – Padilla 13, Saladaga 11, Basco 11, Mepana 9, Poligrates 8, Magsumbol 8, Nailon 6, Santos 6, Enriquez 5, Ababon 3.

    SMART-PAMPANGA (62) – Husted 12, Aldave 9, An. Espiritu 8, Thiele 7, Asoro 7, Gelig 5, Daroya 4, Al. Espiritu 4, Magpayo 2, Taylor 2, Villamin 2, Nicdao 0, Tan 0.

    Period Scores: 14-21, 31-39, 56-44, 80-62.

  3. #23

    Re: Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III

    CEBU CITY – The best performers of the Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III were honored Saturday before the knockout semifinal game between the defending National Champion Misamis Oriental Meteors and the Quezon Red Oilers.

    Woodraw Enriquez of the M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu Ninos became the first guard to take home the coveted Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the Conference award. Enriquez submitted averages of 8.8 points, 3.3 rebounds and 5.6 assists over 16 games during the Tour Phase where the Ninos emerged unscathed.

    Automatically a member of the Mythical Five, Enriquez was joined by teammates Ariel Mepana and Conference I MVP Marlon Basco, Eder Saldua of the Meteors and Harold Sta. Cruz of Forward Taguig. Liga Pilipinas President and CEO Noli Eala and Patrick C. Gregorio of Smart Sports awarded all the winners.

    The 32-year old Enriquez is the son of pro league legend Alfredo Enriquez and played varsity ball at Cebu Doctors University. The MVP and Mythical Five were determined by giving equal weight to the player’s overall Tour Phase statistics and the votes of a panel consisting of Liga officials and representatives from the sports media and television coverage team.

    With three of his players in the Mythical Five, Ninos head coach and Cebu City Councilor Raul “Yayoy” Alcoseba added another award to his long resume by getting the nod as Best Coach of the Conference. The multi-titled veteran tactician edged out the youthful Oliver Bunyi of the Red Oilers. Coaches Alcoseba and Bunyi were the only coaches who won multiple legs this conference with four and two respectively.

    Hans Thiele of the Smart-Pampanga Buddies was selected as the Ok Find of the Conference, given to players making their Liga Pilipinas debut. Red Oiler Luis Palaganas, who led the prayer during the Super Leg opening rites last November 23, was given the Sportsmanship Award.

    Meanwhile, Patrick Cabahug of the Meteors grabbed the Gunner of the Conference award for his average of 17.9 points per game. His team was then honored for their winning the Second CBO China-ASEAN Men’s Basketball Invitational Tournament in Guangxi Zhuang, China last October.

  4. #24

    Re: Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III

    CEBU CITY – The defending champion Misamis Oriental Meteors will renew their rivalry with the M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu Ninos as they will meet for the National Championship of the Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III Super Leg. This after the Meteors tripped the Quezon Red Oilers, 71-69, in the knockout semifinal round Saturday at the New Cebu Coliseum.

    The Meteors survived back-to-back Quezon triples by Luis Palaganas and Hafer Mondragon in the final 11 seconds as guards Ramil Tagupa and Joey Mente countered by shooting steadily from the free throw line to preserve the win and book a spot in Sunday’s National Championship game.

    Earlier, center Philip Butel made a 16-foot set shot with 26 seconds left to give the Meteors of Gov. Oscar S. Moreno and Coach Jun Noel a 68-63 lead.

    Misamis Oriental grabbed the lead back for good on an undergoal stab by Ronald Lamocha with still 4:31 to play, 58-57. After a listless first three periods, Patrick Cabahug scattered eight points to maintain the Meteors’ advantage from thereon.

    Cabahug ended the contest with 15 points followed Erian Daja with 12, eight coming in the first half. Floyd Dedicatoria was the top man for the Red Oilers of Gov. Rafael P. Nantes and Coach Oliver Bunyi with 18 points. Jorel Canizares was next with 11 markers.

    The exciting contest was the exact opposite of their preliminary round meeting wherein the Meteors blasted the Red Oilers, 91-76, last November 25 in the tournament backed by Smart, San Miguel Beer, Casino Ethyl Alcohol, Omega Pain Killer, ML Kwarta Padala, Molten, Accel, Calcium-Cee, Gatorade, Air 21 and Burlington and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

    Solar Sports will show the games of the Super Leg. Liga Pilipinas Classics are seen daily on Viva Prime Channel. The league’s official website is at www.ligapilipinas.net.

    How They Scored:

    MISAMIS ORIENTAL (71) – Cabahug 15, Daja 12, Lamocha 9, Butel 9, Mamaclay 6, Kong 6, Tagupa 6, Saldua 5, Mente 3, Moreno 0, Misa 0, Guiyab 0.

    QUEZON (69) – Dedicatoria 18, Canizares 11, Labagala 10, Raymundo 10, Mondragon 7, Palaganas 5, Cacha 3, Pinera 3, Panzo 2, Suguitan 0, Orias 0.

    Period Scores: 18-11, 31-30, 50-50, 71-69.

  5. #25

    Re: Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III

    CEBU CITY – The M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu Ninos completed their date with history by capturing the Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III National Championship via an incredible 21-game sweep Sunday at the New Cebu Coliseum.

    The Ninos of Michel J. Lhuillier and Coach Raul “Yayoy” Alcoseba dethroned last conference’s champion the Misamis Oriental Meteors, 89-54. The Ninos also won the inaugural Liga Conference last year.

    It was not even close. Mark Ababon and Bruce Dacia ignited the Ninos’ quick start with unmolested fastbreak lay-ups off turnovers, ending the first period at 23-11.

    Stephen Padilla, who would later be named Most Valuable Player of the weeklong Super Leg, caught fire in the second canto and sank three triples to break the spirits of the Meteors. The Ninos’ choking trap defense limited the Meteors to only nine markers, allowing the home team to pull away by halftime, 44-20.

    Still the Meteors of Gov. Oscar S. Moreno put up some resistance in the third stanza as Coach Jun Noel began shuffling his players to find working combinations. Rocky Clavel and Erian Daja led the way but the Meteors could only make minimal dents into the Ninos’ ballooning lead.

    By the fourth period, it was all coasting for the Ninos with center Frank Nailon and conference MVP Woodraw Enriquez combining in a lethal two-man game. Nailon began scoring at will and Enriquez drained a triple that gave the Ninos their biggest lead of the game, 80-43. A late surge anchored on Mark Moreno was the defending champions’ last hurrah.

    Though Ninos led comfortably all the way, the intensity remained with Dacia and Meteor Ronald Lamocha getting thrown out for unsportsmanlike fouls. Dacia was tossed in the second for elbowing Philip Butel in the throat while Lamocha left in the fourth for roughing up Enriquez.

    Ababon led the Ninos with 14 while Nailon had 11 of his 13 points in the fourth period. Moreno paced the Meteors with 15 points followed by Daja with eight.

    The 35-point winning margin was the largest for the Ninos in the Super Leg wherein they pulverized the opposition in the preliminary round by an average of 20 points a game. Liga Pilipinas President and CEO Noli Eala awarded the trophy to Coach Alcoseba and the Ninos.

    In the playoff for Third Place, RB Mangahas converted an off-balanced triple with 2.9 seconds left to lift the Trace-Laguna Stallions of Atty. Erwin Genuino and Coach Nomar Isla over the Quezon Red Oilers of Gov. Rafael P. Nantes and Coach Oliver Bunyi, 92-91.

    Leo Losentes topped the Stallions with 23 points followed by Robert Sanz with 14. Ryan Panzo was the high man for the Red Oilers with 19. Jonathan Pinera chipped in 17 markers.

    After successfully completing its third conference, Eala announced that Conference IV is scheduled for January, 2010. Conference III was made possible by Smart, San Miguel Beer, Casino Ethyl Alcohol, Omega Pain Killer, ML Kwarta Padala, Molten, Accel, Calcium-Cee, Gatorade, Air 21 and Burlington with the sanction of the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

    Solar Sports will show the games of the Super Leg. Liga Pilipinas Classics are seen daily on Viva Prime Channel. The league’s official website is at www.ligapilipinas.net.

    How They Scored:

    For Third Place

    TRACE-LAGUNA (92) – Losentes 23, Sanz 14, Capati 14, Estrada 13, Mangahas 11, Anquilo 8, Villaver 6, Grijaldo 2, Musni 1, Tolentino 0, Medina 0, Angeles 0, Pradas 0, Legaspi 0.

    QUEZON (91) – Panzo 19, Pinera 17, Palaganas 12, Mondragon 12, Raymundo 10, Dedicatoria 8, Orias 6, Labagala 6, Cacha 1, Suguitan 0.

    Period Scores: 27-26, 47-48, 70-71, 92-91.

    Championship

    MLKP-CEBU (89) – Ababon 14, Nailon 13, Padilla 12, Enriquez 10, Saladaga 7, Basco 7, Santos 6, Dacia 6, Poligrates 5, Mepana 4, Magsumbol 3, Escobal 2, Malinao 0.

    MISAMIS ORIENTAL (54) – Moreno 15, Daja 8, Kong 6, Lamocha 6, Clavel 5, Cabahug 4, Saldua 3, Misa 2, Mamaclay 2, Guiyab 2, Butel 1, Mente 0, Tagupa 0.

    Period Scores: 23-11, 44-20, 61-39, 89-54.

  6. #26

    Re: Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III

    Any idea on when the Super Leg of Liga Pilipinas will be televised on Solar?

  7. #27

    Re: Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III

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    M. LHUILLIER KWARTA PADALA-CEBU NINOS
    UNDEFEATED CHAMPIONS


    SMART LIGA PILIPINAS CONFERENCE III
    (August 19 to November 29, 2009)


    4 FRANK NAILON * 5 WOODRAW ENRIQUEZ (CONFERENCE MVP, MYTHICAL 5) * 6 JAN MALINAO * 7 ELIUD POLIGRATES
    8 IAN SALADAGA * 9 STEPHEN PADILLA (SUPER LEG MVP) * 11 MARK ABABON * 12 ABBY SANTOS
    14 BRUCE DACIA * 15 MARLON BASCO (MYTHICAL 5) * 16 ARIEL MEPANA (MYTHICAL 5) * 18 MARK MAGSUMBOL
    20 RJ ESCOBAL

    COACH RAUL "YAYOY" ALCOSEBA
    BEST COACH OF THE CONFERENCE
    HEAD COACH

    COACH WILLY GENERALAO * COACH LAWRENCE MERCED * COACH MICHAEL REYES * COACH LOU REGIDOR
    COACH RAMON ALCOSEBA * COACH PIO GERARDO SOLON
    COACHING STAFF

    COACH ALFREDO ENRIQUEZ
    TEAM CONSULTANT

    SENORITO MICHEL J. LHUILLIER
    TEAM OWNER

  8. #28

    Merry Liga Christmas '09

    To all our FANS,


    2009


 
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