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    San Beda finds energy in second half to beat St. Clare after lackadaisical start

    From: Reuben Terrado
    May 5, 2014, 06:10 pm

    San Beda finds energy in second half to beat St. Clare after lackadaisical start
    Anthony Semerad shows the way as the Red Lions score their third win in as many outings. Dante Peralta

    ANTHONY Semerad provided the spark after a lackadaisical first half by San Beda, scoring 14 of his 19 points in the final two periods in a 71-54 rout of St. Clare College, 71-54, on Monday in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup at The Arena in San Juan.

    The Red Lions allowed the Saints to take the lead early and the NCAA champions trailed, 26-32, at the half before showing its true form that led to the win — their third in as many games.

    San Beda outscored the Saints, 45-22, after surprisingly falling behind by six points.

    Ola Adeogun had 14 points, nine rebounds, and two blocks for the Red Lions, who lead Group B.

    “This game really showed us character especially now that we have to start strong every game,” said Red Lions coach Boyet Fernandez. “We really started flat. It seems that we were surprised with what St. Clare has been doing. But I give credit to St. Clare.”

    The Red Lions quickly recovered, using a 10-3 run to get past the Naascu runners-up in the third period.

    Marte Gil finished with 24 points for the Saints, coached by Gino Manansala.

    The scores:

    San Beda (71) – A. Semerad 19, Adeogun 14, Dela Cruz 9, Amer 6, Pascual 5, Sara 5, Cabanag 4, Abarcar 3, Mendoza 2, Koga 2, Mocon 2, Bonsubre 0, Solera 0.

    St. Clare (54) – Gil 24, Jamito 8, Dulalia 7, Ibay 6, Acebron 6, Fabien 3, Managuelod 0, Ibarra 0, Lunor 0, Bolos 0.

    Quarterscores: 13-17; 26-32; 46-42; 71-54.

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    SAN JUAN City – San Beda College averted a monumental upset via a strong second half performance and put away a fighting Saint Clare College of Caloocan, 71-54, at the 2014 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup Monday (May 5) at the San Juan Arena. The Red Lions almost paid dearly for their lethargic and erratic start, allowing the Saints a 32-26 buffer at the halftime break. READ MORE

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    UP Fighting Maroons dedicate first win to grieving teammates
    By Rick Olivares ( | Updated May 5, 2014 - 4:39pm

    MANILA, Philippines -- The UP Fighting Maroons survived a furious endgame rally by the College of Saint Benilde Blazers to fashion out a 76-69 win in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup matches Monday at the San Juan Arena.

    The Fighting Maroons came out scorching hot and led by as much as 21 points after a basket by JR Gallanza right at the end of the first half buzzer, 41-20, behind the shooting of JR Gallarza and Dave Moralde. UP shot 43% from the field with 16 points coming off turnovers and fastbreaks.

    The Blazers on the other hand shot a paltry 16% from the field (6-36) while turning over the ball 14 times. Not even the return of chief gunner Mark Romero could arrest CSB’s poor play.

    However, in the third period, the Blazers came alive when they hit six three-pointers highlighted by back-to-back triples by point guard Luis Sinco to cut the lead to 56-48.

    The law of averages caught up with UP as they began to miss from the field and commit turnovers in the fourth period. With CSB knocking at the door, 67-61 with 1:58 left in the match, the Blazers main scorer, Mark Romero, just back in the line-up after a trip to the United States, committed two consecutive turnovers that UP converted into five points for a 72-61 lead.

    But the Blazers pressed UP and went on an 8-0 run to make a game of it 72-69 with 23 seconds remaining but Maroons rookie Diego Dario and Moralde sealed the deal for them with four free throws for their first win of the summer tournament.

    UP evened up their record to 1-1 while CSB fell to 0-3.

    “It’s a process and it’s good to see it finally develop especially with our team defense,” said UP head coach Rey Madrid. “Furthermore, it was nice to see the boys play with some composure and to have that big buffer.”

    While elated with the win, Madrid noted that his team was outrebounded, 64-38. “Our rebounding was horrendous. It’s a challenge for us.”

    JR Gallarza who finished with 14 points (Moralde topscored with 18 markers) offered the Maroons victory to teammates Diego Dario and Mark Juruena who both whose fathers passed away in the last few days.

    Benilde was led by Jonathan Grey who scored 17 points.

    The Scores:

    UP 76 – Moralde 18, Gallarza 14, Reyes 14, Dario 13, Juruena 10, Gingerich 3, Harris 2, Lao 2, Romero 0, Prado 0.

    CSB 69 – Grey 18, Nayve 14, Bartolo 8, Romero 7, Sinco 6, Mercado 5, Argamino 4, Ongteco 3, Melocoton 3, Johnson 2, Saavedra 0, Pajrillaga 0, Altamirano 0, Flores 0.

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    SAN JUAN City – The debuting Southwestern University Cobras sent a message to the rest of the field of the 2014 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup by whitewashing the Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers, 72-68, Wednesday at the San Juan Arena. While the final score was close, the Cebu City-based Cobras of Coach Raul “Yayoy” Alcoseba actually dominated the entire contest, leading by twin-digits most of the way. READ MORE

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    SAN JUAN City – Antonio Pardo hit a running shot at the buzzer to lift the Southwestern University Cobras to a pulsating 79-77 triumph over the University of Perpetual Help System-Dalta Altas Friday (May 9) at the resumption of action at the 2014 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup at the San Juan Arena. With the win, the Cobras improved to 2-0 while handing the Altas their first loss of the tournament after opening with three straight wins. READ MORE

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    Where could i find the game schedules?

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    SAN JUAN City – Jose Rizal University squeaked past De La Salle University, 69-68, in continuing action from the 2014 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup Saturday (May 10) at the San Juan Arena. The Heavy Bombers improved to 3-1 and overtook the now 1-1 Green Archers in the Group A standings. READ MORE

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    SAN JUAN City – Reigning National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) champion Centro Escolar University marched to its third consecutive win in as many outings by eking out a 69-67 escape against the University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons Wednesday (May 14) at the resumption of the 2014 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup at the San Juan Arena. The Scorpions held their collective breath as Maroon JR Gallarza’s triple attempt at the buzzer circled the hoop only to be spit out! READ MORE

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    Centro Escolar vs. Holy Trinity

    SAN JUAN City – Centro Escolar University continued its amazing run at the 2014 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup by taming Holy Trinity College, 74-61, Friday (May 16) at the San Juan Arena. The Scorpions are still undefeated at 4-0 to hold solo leadership of Group C. READ MORE

    Far Eastern vs. Saint Clare

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    SAN JUAN City – Playing their final game at the 2014 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup before returning home to General Santos City, the Holy Trinity College Wildcats gave the fans a lot of memories to last until the next tournament by shocking the University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons, 94-85, Saturday (May 17) at the San Juan Arena. Losing their first five outings by an average of 16 points per game, the Wildcats caught the Maroons flatfooted and never allowed their opponents to even tie the contest. READ MORE

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