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    http://www.sunstar.com.ph/
    November 14, 2008 issue
    FEU Tamaraws, USC open PCCL bids
    By Lynde Salgados


    MANILA's Far Eastern University and Cebu's University of San Carlos are favored to hurdle their opening game assignments in the Philippine Collegiate Champions League which fires off here Friday at the Xavier University gym.

    The FEU Tamaraws battle Ateneo de Zamboanga while the USC-Cebu takes on homegrown pride Capitol University in a double-header which starts shortly after the 5 p.m. ceremonial tip-off to be attended by Misamis Oriental Governor Oscar S. Moreno, Cagayan de Oro 2nd district Congressman Rufus Rodriguez and former mayor Rey Baula of Sumilao, Bukidnon.

    Erstwhile Cagayan de Oro College standout JR Cawaling, who already made an impact in the UAAP Games, gets the chance to play before hometown fans as he spearheads the FEU's quest for the regional final slot slot in the PCCL's Zone 4 qualifier.

    "It's exciting to watch him play here again. We're proud to have local talents like him excel in the UAAP," said Gerardo "Boboy" Sabal, athletics director of Xavier University, referring to the versatile Cawaling who has physical semblance with Air 21's ace forward Arwin Santos.

    On Saturday (Nov. 15), Cawaling and the fancied Tamaraws will face the challenge of host Xavier University Senior Crusaders top-billed by the likes of GB Tagarda, Bee Datinguinoo, JP Erram, Julian Bagares and Paul Siarot. It will be followed by an equally interesting match between the USC and Davao's University of Mindanao.

    "Of course, I'll be rooting for my former team in college. With the FEU going here to play is like a trip down memory lane," mused Anton Pabillore, who used to play back-up guard of Johnny Abarrientos with the FEU Tamaraws.

    Sanctioned by the BAP-Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas, the PCCL aims to discover basketball talents left untapped in the corner due to lack of opportunity and exposure.

    Former PBA chairman and Pilipinas Shell Executive Ray Gamboa heads the list of organizers with former National Coach Joe Lipa as the tournament director.

    Each team gets to qualify in the PCCL through the local qualifiers such as the UAAP, NCAA, Cesafi, Cosaa and the like.

    Winners of the local qualifiers play in the Regional Finals and the Regional winners advance to the Zonal Finals.

    The top 2 teams in the 4 Zonal Championships will then join the 8 seeded teams to compose the "Sweet 16".

    Zamboanga Champions Ateneo de Zamboanga University, Davao Champions University of Mindanao, UAAP 3rd placer FEU, CESAFI (Cebu) 3rd placer University of San Carlos, COSAA champion Xavier University and Wild Card entry Capitol University will be slugging it out for the Zone 4 Championships.

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    Based on the scheduled match-ups any predictions:


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    I hope XU plays well.

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    FEU will win this zone... for sure

    Im not impressed with USC they win against CU but with no big lead... theyre small... Emel Rowe didnt know how to penetrate and committed lots of turnovers...

    UM will play tomorrow and base on their line up i think some of them are overage... they are also a big team

    XU is a new and good team they even reach quarterfinals in Unity games in dumaguete but fail short against West Negros...
    will play well tomorrow against FEU and FEU will win that game... hehehe
    they have a better chance to clinch sweet 16 if USC and UM will not play well

    ADZU will be the bottom team on this zone...

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    Some photos of the PCCL Zone 3 games in Ormoc City, courtesy of Jake Cortes:

    http://www.ormocphotographicsociety....c.php?499.last

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    junmar fajardo's 9 blocks against letran confirmed:

    http://www.inboundpass.com/2008/11/1...weet-16-round/


    man, this kid's a monster!

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    Ateneo De Manila University Blue Eagles

    Al-hussaini, Rabeh T. C
    Austria, Raymond Leonard S. Sf
    Baclao, Silverino Jr. A. Pf/c
    Baldos, Michael Vincent S. Pf
    Buenafe, Ryan Clarence J.
    Burke, Vincent Iii J.
    Chua, Justin Shaun R.
    Escueta, Roel Aurelio M. Pg
    Gonzaga, Luis Lorenzo C.
    Long, Jeffrey K. Sg/pg
    Nkemakolam, Jobe Sherwin
    Reyes, Jose Antonio G. Pg/sg
    Salamat, Eric Carlo L. Sg
    Salva, Nicolas Raymond J.
    Sumalinog, Christopher Lou Sg/sf
    Tiu, Christopher J.a. Sg

    Lyceum Of The Philippines University Pirates

    Abaya, Joseph Francis 2/20/86
    Anacta, Aaron Don 4/26/89
    Cayabyab, Christopher 8/9/88
    Difuntorum, Edgar Allen 9/17/85
    Dionisio, Mark Jayson 5/5/89
    Enguio, Aibrahim 1/31/89
    Igtiben, Mark Laurence 10/3/89
    Lacap, Jan Kevin 9/11/87
    Mendoza, Andrei 8/31/89
    Ong, Fritz Gerald 4/23/87
    Puno, Vincent John 10/30/89
    Rimando, Regie 5/13/87
    Santiago, Leopoldo Jr. 6/7/84
    Taguibao, Glen Abdon Jr. 9/25/85

    San Beda College Red Lions

    Canlas, Eduardo M. G 12/16/86
    Ekwe, Samuel D. C 3/16/84
    Escobal, John Paul P. F 7/7/85
    Gamalinda, Riego Meinardo V. F 5/29/86
    Hermida, Jr. John Carlos M. G 10/27/88
    Lanete, Garvo A. F 2/13/89
    Marcelo, David Paul M. C 2/22/89
    Menor, Rogemar A. F 12/4/86
    Pascual, Elvin Jake J. F 11/11/88
    Soliman, Ginno T. G 5/31/90
    Taganas, Jay-r M. F 9/1/87
    Taupa, Kristoffer Ryan I. C 12/28/84
    Tecson, Jr. Eduardo R. F 5/9/86
    Tirona, Enrico Patrocinio G 7/23/85
    Villanueva, Jerome V. G 4/14/86

    University Of San Jose - Recoletos Jaguars

    Amores, Kurt J. 8/31/87
    Bibera, Edwin E. 11/20/88
    Dela Pena, Jemar O. 1/1/87
    Delfino, Jabe Kristewart C. 11/5/85
    Duran, Marvin Z. 6/21/86
    Gabas, Mannie M. 4/16/84
    Gudez, Lyndon S. 1/27/86
    Justiniani, Luther Luke P. 7/11/85
    Lapiz, Anecito Jr. P. 11/3/87
    Malinao, Ranulfo C. 6/14/85
    Pateno, Edmar Erwin N. 10/12/86
    Pogoy, Randy A. 10/15/84
    Ponce, Armand May R. 5/29/85
    Suliman, Abulaiz M. 11/7/87
    Villaver, Jerome F. 9/5/88

    University Of Visayas Green Lancers

    Benedicto, Romulo Jr. 4/4/86
    Cabahug, Elmer Mykiel V. 5/9/91
    Cincoflores, Harold 11/9/86
    Denisson, Ritchum Marc C. 6/7/85
    Diputado, Chris Victor L. 1/4/87
    Lanete, Von Harry A. 10/2/85
    Lao, Edrian S. 2/25/90
    Lasala, Eulogio Jr. 10/7/87
    Manigque, Mark Anthony S. 2/4/86
    Mercader, Phil G. 10/25/88
    Sendrijas, Boniber M. 1/22/85
    Silva, Jerome M. 12/1/90
    Slaughter, Gregory W. 5/19/88
    Tagalog, Ahmann James 9/29/88
    Villanil, Harlow Chad P. 9/29/88

    University Of The East Red Warriors

    Acibar, Kenneth Dale P. 12/23/89
    Acuna, Val Hezy B. Sf 8/8/86
    Alabanza, John Ray G. 10/14/87
    Arellano, Marcelino Iii Sg/sf 5/25/86
    Bandaying, Fhadzmir J. Pg 12/18/84
    Duran, Erwin M. 10/18/88
    Espiritu, Elmer T. Pf/c 11/23/85
    Etrone, Gino N. Sg 9/29/86
    Flores, Jairold T. 5/17/90
    Lee, Paul John D. Sg 2/14/89
    Lingganay, Rudy Jr. B. Pg 8/15/86
    Llagas, Jr. Narciso G. Pf/c 4/13/85
    Martinez, James Vincent R. Pg/sg 1/31/87
    Noble, John Michael D. 10/23/89
    Reyes, Raphael Carlo D. 12/1/87
    Tagarda, Lucas B. 7/23/87
    Thiele, Hans Paul Franz T. C/pf 2/2/84
    Zamar, Paul Christian C. 10/20/87

    San Sebastian College - Recoletos De Cavite Baycats

    Villareal, Oliver G
    Alcasabas, Raymond G
    Reyes, John Carlo C
    Lucernas, Kris F
    Escobal, Pj
    Antifuesto, Lyne
    Basa, Mark
    Filio, Bryan
    Pasagui, Joseph
    Gracilla, Jhun G
    Pantonia, John
    Alsadon
    Acain
    Alcasabas, Rommele
    Atagan
    Callado
    Serrano

    Colegio San Juan De Letran Knights

    Belencion, Jaypee S. F 1/2/86
    Cabonce, Alvyn T. C 8/28/84
    Cortes, Jamieson Ii M. G 3/6/88
    Daa, Fiel Dino M. C 2/20/84
    Dangcal Jr., Reynaldo L. G 3/12/84
    Del Rosario, Kirk U. G 1/29/88
    Foronda, John Clarence M. C 7/5/89
    Foronda, John Julien M. C 1/30/88
    Guevarra, Rey Francis J. F 11/24/85
    Gutilban, Reymar G. G 3/16/85
    Jazul Jr., Rafael Joey Q. G 4/11/86
    Lacamento, Raydhan F. F 5/26/88
    Latonio, Anjoe Dace P. F 4/21/88
    Melegrito, John Carl H. G 12/12/84
    Ranises, Regin G. C 11/10/84

    Manuel L Quezon University Stallions

    Matubang, John
    Dizon, Erick
    Custodio, Jopher
    Patricio, Rj
    Lustestica, Tonton
    Vitug, Alvin
    Tadlas
    Manalansan
    Mendoza
    Tamayo, Mark
    Sangalang
    Parapa
    Sumayang
    Crisostomo
    Manuel
    Nicdao
    Rivera, Caezar
    Acebron
    Veras

    Mapua Institute Of Technology Cardinals

    Acosta, Mark Anthony N. F 12/9/86
    Banal, Jonathan B. G 2/20/89
    Cinco, Paul Alexis A. F 3/11/86
    Cornejo, Erwin D. G 10/1/86
    Dela Pena, Kelvin P. G/f 1/19/84
    Espinosa, Kevin Ray T. F 9/26/87
    Guillermo, Teree Gil O. G 7/19/88
    Mangahas, Allan Edward F. G 11/14/87
    Mazo, Ian Chris M. F 6/22/84
    Palomique, Jr. Jewel D. G 3/8/84
    Pascual, Jason C. C/f 1/12/87
    Pascual, Neil Anthony J. F 10/22/85
    Raneses, Rodel G. G 1/14/88
    Sarangay, Mark V. C 1/7/87
    Soriano, Randolf B. G 5/10/85

    Universal College Of Nursing Golden Dragons

    Matugas, Cedric G
    Joseph, Marc
    Miranda, Jericho
    Montilla, Mike
    Reyes, Lester
    Ompad, Jeff

    Arellano University Chiefs

    Agustin, Jerome 1987
    Anquilo, Leonard 1988
    Apostol, Rodrigo 1985
    Celada, Adrian 1987
    Ciriacruz, Isiah 1990
    Daroya, Orlando 1984
    Del Rosario, Ronnel 1987
    Limboy, Earl Jade 1990
    Melano, Jordan Amiel 1984
    Miranda, Jerry 1985
    Nulla, Ricky 1984
    Rivera, Ed 1986
    Virtudazo, Allen 1987

    De La Salle University Green Archers

    Atkins, Simon David L. Pg
    Bagatsing, Hyram B.
    Barua, Peejay G. Sf
    Batricevic, Marko B. C/pf
    Casio, Joseph Evans D. Sg/pg
    Chandumal, Manoj Kumar P.
    Ferdinand C/pf
    Lee, Rejan L. Sf/sg
    Maierhofer, Paul Rico G. C/pf
    Malabes, Bader Adbulla M. Sf/sg
    Mangahas, James Philip F. Sf
    Mendoza, Mark Jovet P.
    Revilla, Luis Alfonso L.
    Rodriguez, Paolo S.
    Villanueva, Alvin Joseph
    Walsham, Arthur Peter S. Pf/sf
    Webb, Joshua A.

    Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers

    Agas, John Eric V. Sg 9/1/85
    Almario, Alex C. Pg 5/17/88
    Apinan, Jeckster A. Sf 1/9/87
    Bulangis, Jr. Ildefonso B. Pg 3/15/86
    Cagoco, Marc Terence S. Pg 6/17/85
    Hayes, Marvin B. Sf 5/13/86
    Kabigting, Raycon V. Sg 4/27/90
    Lopez, John Derico M. Pf 8/19/88
    Matute, Nathaniel B. Sg 2/19/88
    Montemayor, John Allen E. C 10/28/88
    Njei, Nchotu J. Sf 8/15/88
    Nocom, Jayson M. Pf 3/1/86
    Pradas, Marl Louie Sf 4/13/84
    Sena, James Ryan R. C 8/31/88
    Wilson, John Marion R. Sg 1/18/87

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    Quote Originally Posted by manu_bol
    junmar fajardo's 9 blocks against letran confirmed:

    http://www.inboundpass.com/2008/11/1...weet-16-round/


    man, this kid's a monster!
    I think the highlighted player has the highest output and the best scorer in the Zone 3 tourney. This boholano kid can be something as he led his team in all games. Probably the only scoring option of the team. looks like he deserved some look and for sure manila teams are eyeing his services.


    USJ-R Jaguars (99) vs BIT-CT Cruisers (74)

    The Jaguars, after closing the 1st quarter with a 5-point margin, 23-18, the 2008 CESAFI finalist raced to an 11-point lead to end the 1st half, 49- 38. The Jaguars were still in control in the 3rd quarter, 70-51 even if the Cruisers managed to trim the lead down to just 6-points but BIT could do nothing to solve the rebounding prowess of the Jaguars. Luther Justiniani led thJaguars with 17points and 5 Steals followed by Randy Pogoy with 15 points then Jemar De la Peña with 12 points. The Cruisers were led by Ferdinand Lusdoc with 39 points and 12 Rebounds, followed by Orly Biwang with 13 points and Mark Lumasag 11points.
    "There are only three kinds of mathematicians: those who can count, and those who can not."

    Ana "The Hurricane" Julaton - 1st Filipino Female Boxer Double Word Champion.

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    Tams crush Zambo ‘Eagles’ By Cedelf P. Tupas
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 00:34:00 11/15/2008


    MANILA, Philippines—Far Eastern University scored a 105-55 demolition of Ateneo de Zamboanga Friday night to pace Group A of the Philippine Collegiate Championship Mindanao zonals at the Xavier University Gym in Cagayan de Oro City.

    The Tamaraws, third placers in the UAAP, can clinch a spot in the Sweet 16 with a victory over Xavier University today.

    Capitol University of Cagayan de Oro and University of San Carlos were playing in the lone Group B match as of press time.

    Also vying for a slot from Group B is the University of Mindanao.

    The group winners in the Mindanao zonals will meet either UAAP first runner-up La Salle or NCAA losing finalist Jose Rizal University in the Sweet 16 tournament starting on Nov. 24.

    Among the players suiting up for the Tamaraws are Mark Barroca, JR Cawaling, Reil Cervantes, Jens Knuttel, Aldrech Ramos, Jon Alisbo and Jun Tanuan.

    The other Sweet 16 pairings pit UAAP titlist Ateneo against Lyceum Manila, NCAA champion San Beda versus University of San Jose Recoletos, University of the East against University of Visayas, Mapua against Manuel L. Quezon University, Letran versus San Sebastian Cavite, and Arellano against Universal College of Nursing.

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    i dont know if this news was legitimate... my sources says that Univ of San Carlos was defeated in overtime by Capitol University a 3rd placer in COSAA... maybe basketball in cebu is not that good...

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    ^^^
    Confirmed. As per "amdgc82" of the Gameface forums:

    ZONE 4 (Cagayan de Oro)

    Nov 14: Game Results
    5:30-7:00 pm - FEU vs. ADZ -> FEU (105) - ADZ (55)
    7:00-8:30 pm - USC vs. CU -> CU (87) - USC (84)


    Too bad for Cebu basketball. They got a lot of respect after USJ-R nearly beat Letran, but now USC losing to an unknown school like Capitol University? Almost unbelievable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhk111
    ^^^

    Too bad for Cebu basketball. They got a lot of respect after USJ-R nearly beat Letran, but now USC losing to an unknown school like Capitol University? Almost unbelievable.
    did emel rowe played on this one?
    #parasabayan
    #GoGilas

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricodgame
    did emel rowe played on this one?
    emel Rowe played for USC in CDO. USC lost in OT to Capitol U, 87-84 after leading by as much as 11 points in regulation. Their only chance now is they have to win big over UM(which is supposed to be a better team than CU) and than UM wins by the smallest margin possible over CU(less than 2 points).

    Team statistician texted me last night it was USC's 21 turnovers in the game that hurt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesronne
    i dont know if this news was legitimate... my sources says that Univ of San Carlos was defeated in overtime by Capitol University a 3rd placer in COSAA... maybe basketball in cebu is not that good...
    why do we have to say basketball in cebu is not good just because the Capitol University Stallions beat the University of San Carlos Warriors, can't we be happy that Mindanao or specifically Cagayan de Oro Basketball has improved.

    CAPITOL UNIVERSITY STALLIONS

    ANAYA, MARK ANTHONY F
    BAA, KRITCHE PAUL G 1/29/90
    BERSABAL, WILSON F 7/11/88
    EBAJAY, EUGENE F 11/5/85
    ESTROGA, RUEL JR. G 12/13/84
    GO, STEPHEN F 11/26/85
    MARTINEZ, BRYAN PAUL C 9/23/85
    MONTERO, ROBERTO C 4/4/88
    PAGON, RANDY F 8/30/90
    PAHILAN, ELVIS G 9/5/87
    ROQUE, JAN MICHAEL RAY G 1/20/86
    JANUYAN, NORMAND C 5/8/90
    LUSPO, REY G 10/13/88
    SUMILE, JOSE GREG G 6/25/85
    TABOCLAON, ALLEN KEITH F 5/19/85
    TINOY, CHRISTIAN C 12/19/87


    Secretary to the Mayor Rogelio “Jigs” Jaraula Jr. and Basketball Association of the Philippines-Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (BAP-SBP) board of trustee member Bernardo Gabriel Atienza present the championship trophy to the jubilant Capitol University Stallions after winning over Xavier University Crusaders, 94-82, and claimed the first-ever title of the 1st Mayor “Tinnex” Jaraula Basketball Cup 2007-2008 held, Feb. 28, at the XU gym.

    People forget Cagayan de Oro is where brothers Jojo and Danny Lastimosa came from. There are many upcoming basketball stars which came from CDO, two have played in the last U18 Youth team namely. Joseph Marata, though the Maratas are from Iligan, Joseph’s mom is from Cagayan de Oro. He actually studied in Cagayan de Oro prior to his transfer to Manila and even played for St. Mary’s School during his High School Freshman year. Philip Paredes of Sacred Heart of Jesus Montessori School. More popularly known as “Papot” in the local basketball scene, Paredes is only 15 years old and stands 6’6”.

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    The though one of the purposes of the PCCL is to finally show a true national collegiate champion and show which school basketball program is the best, The greater objective is to improve all schools and all leagues nationwide.

    Here what Coach Lipa said to several people while in Ormoc:

    Coach Joe Lipa advised the local officials to improve on their sports program if they want to keep their local talents from being recruited by Manila based institutions. Coach Lipa also said that he has some suggestions on how Collegiate Leagues outside the Metro can have their own recruitment program despite their limited resources.
    The key to success for our future international competitions is to have an improved grassroots program wherein all over the country the kids would enjoy a good basketball program without the need to relocate to Manila and Cebu.

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    Default Zone 4 PCCL update

    USC crushed UM with a 30 point margin....
    Note: Emel Rowe for me is Sakuragi not Rukawa... does he know how to play basketball??

    XU - 71 and FEU - 77

    Note: It was a close game and almost a big setback for FEU. FEU was trailing the whole game until the last 3 minutes of the game the score was 66 - 61 in favor of XU. Then the defense of FEU prevail forcing XU to commit turnovers and missed their shots. it was even close during last 30 seconds when the score was 71- 73 for FEU until free throws decide the game...

    Erram a LEGIT 6'7 but too skinny have 4 pts and 5 blocks... hes like japet aguilar when japet was only a freshman in Ateneo... One insider in XU bench is saying that coach Glen Capacio is trying to get this guy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesronne
    USC crushed UM with a 30 point margin....
    Note: Emel Rowe for me is Sakuragi not Rukawa... does he know how to play basketball??

    XU - 71 and FEU - 77

    Note: It was a close game and almost a big setback for FEU. FEU was trailing the whole game until the last 3 minutes of the game the score was 66 - 61 in favor of XU. Then the defense of FEU prevail forcing XU to commit turnovers and missed their shots. it was even close during last 30 seconds when the score was 71- 73 for FEU until free throws decide the game...

    Erram a LEGIT 6'7 but too skinny have 4 pts and 5 blocks... hes like japet aguilar when japet was only a freshman in Ateneo... One insider in XU bench is saying that coach Glen Capacio is trying to get this guy...
    I was hoping to watch this game, unfortunately I had to do overtime. A lot of locals were actually expecting FEU to win this game convincingly. Thanks for the update.

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    it was a well fought game and im very happy coz my alma mater show its best... During the XU 75th. ADMU will come and play against XU and if they will not bring the likes of baclao, husseini, and chiu i think XU will win the game...

    Outside shooting of XU was very great... making 6 3pointers during the first quarter...

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    I'm happy with the result. XU being competitive enough is a good sign for me. Congratulations to FEU. Does this mean FEU is already qualified for the sweet 16?

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    it was 32 points per USC statistician. USC center dislocated a finger in the game. If CU wins tomorrow over UM, then that means they are marching into the Sweet 16, if they lose to UM, its going to be the quotient system at work.

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