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  1. #11
    Three players face Filoil Cup ban after fisticuffs

    By Reuben Terrado

    April 24, 2013, 03:40 pm

    THREE players face suspensions after exchanging punches in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup juniors match-up between Mapua and De La Salle-Zobel on Wednesday at The Arena in San Juan.

    Mapua’s Denniel Aguirre and Noah Lugo and La Salle-Zobel’s Jose Maldinger were thrown out of the game for throwing punches late in the Red Robins’ 79-73 victory over the Junior Archers.

    The fracas was sparked by physical play from both teams late in the game.

    According to eyewitnesses, Aguirre and Maldinger traded punches during the fracas that led to their ejection. Lugo was also caught throwing a punch at another player.

    League officials said that the players will be slapped with a one-game suspension.

    Emilio Tuason, Gian Abanilla, and Kyle Quintos were also ejected for leaving the bench but escaped suspension.

  2. #12
    Bulldogs win 4th straight

    By Cedelf P. Tupas

    Philippine Daily Inquirer

    11:20 pm | Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

    Cameroonian big man Alfred Aroga sustained his solid play as National U hurdled another tough test by nipping Far Eastern U, 67-64, yesterday for its fourth straight victory in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup.

    With compatriot Emmanuel Mbe still far from 100 percent, Aroga stepped up with 20 points for the Bulldogs, who weathered a late run by the Tamaraws before improving to 4-0 at Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

    Earlier, San Sebastian stunned University of the East, 89-87, in overtime, after Southwestern U came from behind to trounce Emilio Aguinaldo College, 80-75.

    The Stags fought back from five points down in the final minute of overtime with newcomer Gio Vergara hitting a triple with 19 seconds remaining for the go-ahead basket.

    Vergara’s clutch trey came after forward Jaymark Perez completed a three-point play with 48 seconds remaining to pull San Sebastian within 85-87.

    “All of the players work on their shots and we just never gave up,” said San Sebastian coach Topex Robinson, whose squad improved to 2-2.

    Leo de Vera also starred for the Stags, hitting four triples in the final period, the last coming with 24 seconds remaining that forced overtime at 78-all.

    Roi Sumang again led the Warriors with 23 points, six rebounds, nine assists and three steals. Charles Mammie also finished with 23 points, including nine in overtime.

    The Cobras won for the second straight game after rallying from 21 points down.

    The Cebu-based team drew strength from Landry Sanjo to overhaul an early 17-38 deficit on its way to improving to a 2-5 mark.

    The Generals seized control early with Jan Jamon and diminutive guard Francis Munsayac waxing hot from beyond the arc, combining for 13 triples.

    But Sanjo proved too difficult to handle in the second half. With a report from Nicolo Pascual

    The scores

    First Game

    SWU 80—Sanjo 23, Mohammad 16, Panerio 9, Escobio 8, Goloran 6, Pajantoy 6, Holper 3, Bautista 3, Otida 2, Siewe 1, Ortega 0, Arong 0.

    EAC 75—Munsayac 26, Jamon 24, Onwubere 7, Tayongtong 5, King 4, Arquero 4, Mallari 3, Manga 2, Castro 0, Monteclaro 0, Santos 0.

    Quarters: 9-21, 34-44, 54-60, 80-75

    Second Game

    SAN SEBASTIAN 89—Perez 20, De Vera 20, De La Cruz 19, Guinto 10, Tano 8, Gusi 6, Vergara 3, Rebollos 2, Balucanag 1.

    UE 87—Sumang 23, Mammie 23, Sumido 14, Javier 12, Bonleon 12, Santos 2, Casajeros 1, Noble 0, Guion 0, Flores 0, De Leon 0, Galanza 0, Olivarez 0.

    Quarters: 12-20, 33-37, 57-58, 78-78 (reg), 89-87

    Third Game

    NU 67—Aroga 20, Parks 18, Alejandro 10, Rosario 7, Roņo 4, Mbe 3, Javillonar 3, De Guzman 2, Villamor 0, Neypes 0, Javelona 0, Porter 0.

    FEU 64—Romeo 25, Garcia 14, Tolomia 6, Hargrove 5, Mendoza 4, Belo 4, Cruz 2, Escoto 2, Jose 2, Pogoy 0, Iņigo 0, Dennison 0.

    Quarters: 14-15, 33-28, 50-40, 67-64

  3. #13
    Vergara’s lone basket wins it for San Sebastian over UE in OT

    By Mark Giongco

    5:45 pm | Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

    MANILA, Philippines—Gio Vergara only had one basket in seven tries but it turned out to be the biggest shot of the game.

    Vergara buried a go-ahead triple with only 19.4 seconds left as San Sebastian escaped University of the East, 89-87, in overtime Wednesday in the FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup at the Arena in San Juan.

    “It all boiled down to who wanted it more. We never gave up,” said SSC head coach Topex Robinson. “I wasn’t even calling the shots, they (my players) just don’t want to quit.”

    “What we do in practice like we shot in the gym pa around 8 p.m. and it paid [off],” said the five-foot-six Vergara, who added six assists against one turnover in 28 minutes.

    The Golden Stags, who are basically an entirely different team this year with the departure of their ‘Big Three’ of Calvin Abueva, Ian Sangalang and Ronald Pascual along with other key pieces, went toe-to-toe with the Red Warriors, a team expected to have a breakthrough year in the coming UAAP Season 76.

    The game was slowly slipping away from San Sebastian when UE’s Charles Mammie powered his team to an 85-81 lead with just 1:32 left in the extra period.

    CJ Perez, a prized recruit out of Pangasinan, completed a three-point play set up by a pretty shot fake on Jay-ar Sumido before Vergara nailed the game-winning trey.

    The 19-year-old Perez, who has drawn comparisons to Abueva with his high motor and ability to play multiple positions, flirted with a triple-double with 20 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists to go along with two steals and two blocks to offset his six turnovers.

    “Sabi lang ni coach go hard lang ako palagi, nagawa ko naman pero kulang pa (Coach told me to go hard always, I did but it’s not enough),” said Perez.

    Leo de Vera also came up big for the Stags with 20 points on five-of-six shooting from deep, including the game-tying trey that forced extra session with 24.3 seconds left in regulation.

    The Fil-American de Vera, a matchup nightmare at the power forward spot with his quickness and ability to step out from deep, also had eight rebounds and six steals.

    Flashy guard Roy Sumang topscored with 23 points on top of six rebounds, nine assists and three steals but missed a leaner that would’ve tied it at 87 with only 5.6 ticks left.

    Mammie scored all of the Red Warriors’ points in overtime en route to 23 points to go along with 16 rebounds.

    San Sebastian improved to 2-2 while UE slid to 1-2.

  4. #14
    Unbeaten NU ‘still a work in progress’ says Altamirano

    By Mark Giongco

    7:17 pm | Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

    MANILA, Philippines—Defending champion National University has yet to be beaten after four games in the FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup.

    But despite its solid start, head coach Eric Altamirano believes his team is still far from where it wants to be.

    “We’re still a work in progress,” Altamirano said, after the Bulldogs survived a fourth quarter rally by Far Eastern University for a 67-64 win Wednesday night. “Every game we try to learn from it, we try to find out what the things we still need to improve on.”

    “Like today we didn’t do a great job on our ball screen defense, our transition defense was not that good. When we go to practice at least we know what we need to work on,” added Altamirano, whose squad claimed the solo lead in Group A.

    And those concerns defensively Altamirano pointed out almost cost them the game, where NU once held a 13-point lead, 53-40, with under nine minutes left.

    The Bulldogs saw their lead dwindle as the Tamaraws closed to within a point, 64-65, after RR Garcia stole the ball from Ray Parks on a trap that led to a layup by Terrence Romeo despite getting fouled by Emmanuel Mbe with 23.9 ticks left.

    Parks atoned for his crucial error with a big defensive rebound on a miss triple by Carl Cruz before getting fouled and making two free throws that set the final tally with 6.5 seconds remaining.

    “It was a tough game for us. We knew RR Garcia and Terrence Romeo would assert themselves in the second half.”

    Garcia nailed two treys in the final 1:43 en route to a 14-point night while Romeo recorded 25 points. FEU dropped to 1-2.

    The Bulldogs will fly to Australia on May 25 as part of their UAAP buildup.

  5. #15
    That was a very exciting game yesterday between Letran and SSC. Fast and Furious. Quick ball movement. Crisp execution. SSC has few holdovers and most are new. That De Vera guy should have come to Ateneo hehe. Letran has more veterans and some new ones. But one thing I noticed the game was not dirty haha. Even Dysam has learned to behave...

  6. #16
    ^ If he had more playing years, that De Vera guy should be serving residency in another "Gold" team by now. Same with another "gold", that Guinto guy... hehehuhu

  7. #17
    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, Roņo 1, Javillonar 0, Neypes 0, Khobuntin 0.

    ADAMSON 68—Cruz 16, Abrigo 12, Brondial 9, Sewa 8, Bernabe 8, Rios 6, Iņigo 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

  8. #18
    Bulldogs seek Filoil elims sweep vs Maroons

    By Cedelf P. Tupas

    Philippine Daily Inquirer

    12:07 am | Friday, May 17th, 2013

    NATIONAL U seeks a sweep of the elimination round when it battles University of the Philippines today even as La Salle shoots for a quarterfinal berth against winless Emilio Aguinaldo College in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup.

    The Bulldogs are heavily favored to notch their eighth straight victory against the Maroons in the 4:15 p.m. duel at Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

    Unbeaten in four outings, the Archers earlier tangle with the Generals at 2:30 p.m.

    Letran, stung by a loss to University of the East last Wednesday, hopes to keep its quarterfinal bid alive against Lyceum in the first game at 12:45 p.m.

    The Bulldogs have been on a tear with the inspired play of Ray Parks keying their surge. Bulldogs center Alfred Aroga has also shown flashes of brilliance that makes him a marked man in the paint come the UAAP season.

    The Knights absorbed a 64-76 loss to University of the East last Wednesday in a game where Raymond Almazan, Rey Nambatac and Mark Cruz all struggled. The loss dropped Letran’s record to 3-3.

    The Pirates have also groped for form in the tournament with a go-to scorer still yet to emerge for coach Bonnie Tan.

    The Archers, one of the two unbeaten teams so far, have been getting solid production from almost everyone on the roster.

    While Jeron Teng and Norbert Torres have come up big in several games, La Salle coach Gee Abanilla has actually leaned on a balanced attack in their first four games.

  9. #19
    Lions repulse Tams; Warriors crush Tigers

    By Jasmine W. Payo

    Philippine Daily Inquirer

    12:57 am | Sunday, May 19th, 2013

    OLA ADEOGUN and Arthur dela Cruz kept San Beda afloat in the final five minutes as the NCAA champion Lions slipped past Far Eastern University, 80-76, yesterday in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup at Filoil Flying V Arena.

    Dela Cruz buried 18 points, the last four inside the final two minutes that put the Lions ahead, 78-74, against an FEU side that kept coming back behind RR Garcia.

    Adeogun also dropped 11 of his 15 points in the final quarter to help the Lions pick up their third triumph in four games in Group A.

    “We just came back last Wednesday, so we’re happy we came out with the win,” said coach Boyet Fernandez.

    In Group B action, Ralf Olivarez and Jay-R Sumido shot perfectly from the field to lead University of the East to a surprise 85-68 blasting of University of Santo Tomas.

    Earlier, Adamson hotshot Jericho Cruz tallied a game-high 25 points and Ingrid Sewa had a double-double of 24 points and 12 boards to lead Adamson past St. Benilde, 80-63, in Group A.

    The rookie Olivarez nailed all his seven attempts, and also went 3-for-3 from the free throw line, to finish with 17 points.

    Sumido recorded a perfect 4-of-4 from three-point range for 16 markers in the win that put the Warriors up at 4-2 in Group B.

    Rodney Brondial had 13 markers, including six straight in a key run that gave the Falcons a 19-point lead, 80-61. The Falcons improved to 3-2, while the Tigers and the Tamaraws fell to 3-3. With reports from Nico Pascual, Carla Perez, Nikka Valenzuela

    The scores:

    First Game

    ADAMSON 80—Cruz 25, Sewa 24, Brondial 13, Rios 6, Monteclaro 4, Abrigo 2, Ochea 2, Cabigas 2, Agustin 2, Iņigo 0, Cabrera 0, Petilos 0, Bernabe 0, Trollano 0.

    ST. BENILDE 63—Romero 21, Saavedra 9, Taha 9, Sinco 7, Ongtengco 4, Jonson 4, Garcia 4, Carlos 2, Deles 2, Grey 1, Nayve 0, Argamino 0

    Quarters: 21-17, 38-31, 58-53, 80-63

    Second Game

    UE 85—Olivarez 17, Sumido 16, Sumang 15, Javier 13, Santos 10, Casajeros 8, Noble 3, Flores 3, Hernandez 0, Pujante 0, Guion 0, Bonleon 0, Galanza 0, Jumao-as 0, Olayon 0

    UST 68—Mariano 15, Teng 13, Bautista 10, Ferrer 10, Daquiaog 7, Abdul 5, Lo 4, Marata 2, Faundo 3, Pe 0, Hainga 0, Cruz 0, Tan 0, Sheriff 0, Lao 0.

    Quarters: 19-14, 44-28, 66-56, 85-68

    Third Game

    SAN BEDA 80—Dela Cruz 18, Adeogun 15, Koga 10, Amer 9, Pascual 9, Dela Rosa 6, Semerad D. 5, Abarcar 4, Semerad A. 2, Sara 2, Villaruz 0, Ludovice 0, Bonsubre 0.

    FEU 76—Garcia 23, Tolomia 15, Belo 9, Romeo 8, Cruz 4, Hargrove 4, Escoto 3, Iņigo 3, Mendoza 2, Pogoy 2m Dennison 2, Sentcheu 1, Jose 0, Delfinado 0, Luz 0.

    Quarters: 21-22, 40-33, 58-59, 80-76

  10. #20
    From the Fil Oil Media Center ___

    Africans rule Filoil weekly Awards

    The University of Perpetual Help’s Nigerian forward Nosa Omorogbe is the Master Player of the Week (of May 6-11, 2013) in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup.

    The 6’4” Omorogbe led the Altas to an 84-59 win over Jose Rizal University for his team’s first win in four matches for the summer tournament. The second year swingman tallied 28 points, eight rebounds, four assists, and three blocks while playing 31 minutes against UPHSD.

    Rounding out the weekly awardees for the tournament are the Gatorade Best Five that includes National University’s Ray Parks and Alfred Aroga, the College of Saint Benilde’s Mark Romero, the University of Santo Tomas’s Aljon Mariano, and Omorogbe.

    The NU duo of Parks and Aroga led their team to two wins over Adamson University (70-68 ) and Arellano University (86-71).

    Romero scored 25 points in the Blazers’ 74-49 win over the University of the Philippines for CSB’s first win in four outings.

    Mariano, UST’s talented forward, also led the Tigers in scoring in their two wins for the same period; a 83-79 win over San Sebastian College-Recoletos (24 points), and a 78-77 win over Colegio de San Juan de Letran (17 points).

    The Gatorade Defensive Player of the Week is NU’s hulking 6’7” Cameroonian center Alfred Aroga who compiled 31 rebounds, one steal, and seven blocked shots.

    NB - Just between us, I'm pretty sure Nosa Omorogbe is probably 6'1" at most.
    Last edited by Joescoundrel; 05-20-2013 at 08:40 AM. Reason: NB

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