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  1. #21

    ncaa south season 12

    may laban kahapon perpetual against don bosco. PANALO PERPS! 1 pt. lead. nag overtime pa. natalo nila yung defending champion! galing ni sanchez at arciaga!!!

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    De La Salle Lipa seizes NCAA-South lead
    by Christian Soler
    Tuesday, 14 September 2010

    DE LA SALLE Lipa took full advantage of its chief competitors’ slip-ups and grabbed top spot in the early goings of NCAA-South Season 12 over the weekend at the First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities Gym in Tanauan City, Batangas.

    The Chevrons were definitely the toast of Batangas as they came up huge in the clutch to defeat the Lyceum of the Philippines University-Batangas Patriots, 71-67 last September 11 before pulling away from the San Pablo Colleges Hermits, 76-70 a day later. Forward Christopher Abila averaged 19.5 points in the twin killing, and was ably supported by forwards Mikael Raz and Abe Dimayuga.

    Just half a game back and still undefeated as well are the San Beda College-Alabang Red Lions and University of Perpetual Help System Laguna. San Beda-Alabang used its size advantage very well as it imposed its will on Colegio de San Juan de Letran Calamba, 73-63 to go 2-0 in the team standings. The guard tandem of Lorenzo Victorino and sniper James Panaligan led the Red Lions with a combined 36 points as their unit outrebounded the Knights, 37-26. The Saints, meanwhile, kicked off their campaign in style with huge back-to-back stunners. Merlin Custodio’s split from the charity stripe with 7.8 seconds in overtime lifted Perpetual Help Laguna past reigning, back-to-back champion Don Bosco Technological College, 84-80 last September 11. A day after, it was the turn of forward Jake Yagonia to play hero as his own split from the free-throw line ensured a come-from-behind 97-94 triumph, this time against Season 11 runner-up Philippine Christian University-Dasmariñas.

    The Dolphins, however, did not leave FAITH empty-handed as they disposed of Letran Calamba, 90-48 in their opening game last Saturday. The veteran tandem of Arnold Magat and Jeemar Oxciano combined for 61 points in the rout of the still-winless Knights. The same was true for Don Bosco, which edged newcomer University of Batangas, 73-72 on the same day. Earvin Jose’s 23-point haul more than made up for the absence of Bjorn Casibang, who suffered a sprain in the Grey Wolves’ loss to Perpetual Help Laguna.

    Seniors action resumes this Wednesday, September 15 as the FAITH Bravehearts take on Don Bosco in a tantalizing clash at 9:30 a.m. This will be followed by the 3:30 matchup between San Beda-Alabang and Lyceum-Batangas. On Saturday, September 18, the Saints and the Bravehearts collide at 8 a.m. before De La Salle Lipa and PCU-Dasmariñas lock horns at 11 a.m. The third seniors offering pits the Grey Wolves and Hermits at 12:30. Rounding out the playdate is the 3:30 p.m. tussle between the Red Lions and the Lyceum-Batangas Patriots. All games will be played at the FAITH Gym. With additional reports from Chris Lagrio

    The scores:

    September 11 @ FAITH Gym

    De La Salle Lipa 71, Lyceum-Batangas 67
    Perpetual Help Laguna 84, Don Bosco 83
    PCU-Dasmariñas 90, Letran Calamba 48

    September 12 @ FAITH Gym

    First game

    De La Salle Lipa 76 – Abila 24, Raz 14, Necio 10, Dimayuga 6, Calingasan 5, Embalsado 5, Miguel 5, Estrellado 4, Mendoza 3, Panganiban 0.

    San Pablo Colleges 70 – Gonzales 25, Santos 12, Artillaga 9, Banayo 8, Borja 8, de Torres 3, Lubrin 3, Acredes 1, Maranan 1, Legua 0, Miraña 0, Obrador 0.

    Quarter scoring: 19-13, 37-35, 49-53, 76-70.

    Second game

    Don Bosco 73 – Jose 23, Corpuz 13, Mescallado 13, Madamba 10, Garcia 7, Gines 3, Tabulog 3, Canseco 1, Acha 0, Cruz 0, Ogahayon 0, Lim 0, Ueki 0,

    UB 72 – Arellano 21, Aspi 18, Gutierrez 16, Valenzuela 5, Endaya 4, Sangalang 4, Marasigan 2, Ramirez 2, M. Marasigan 0, Medrano 0.

    Quarter scoring: 22-15, 40-43, 61-66, 73-72.

    Third game

    San Beda-Alabang 73 – Victorino 19, Panaligan 17, Gallardo 11, Manlutac 8, Jonson 7, Estanislao 6, Morante 3, Mi. Madrelejos 1, Salaveria 1, Baena 0, de Jesus 0, Ma. Madrelejos 0.

    Letran Calamba 63 – Zantua 16, Espinosa 15, Gopez 14, Bautista 8, de la Rosa 3, Quizon 3, Jaraplasan 2, Abrazaldo 1, Go 1, Fernandez 0.

    Quarter scoring: 20-15, 40-33, 57-45, 73-63.

    Fourth game

    Perpetual Help Laguna 97 – Yagonia 20, Sanchez 19, Enriquez 11, Arciaga 11, Tipon 10, Salinas 7, Baudi 6, Cardoza 6, Custodio 4, Reyes 2, Casubuan 1, Aguirre 0.

    PCU-Dasmariñas 94 – Oxciano 22, Magat 20, Ignacio 19, Magdaong 14, Mendoza 13, Angan-Angan 5, Tenorio 1, Agonoy 0, Jonson 0, Timoteo 0.

    Quarter scoring: 29-20, 37-42, 75-66, 97-94.

    Team standings

    1. De La Salle Lipa (3-0)
    T2. Perpetual Help Laguna (2-0)
    T2. San Beda-Alabang (2-0)
    4. Don Bosco (2-1)
    T5. PCU-Dasmariñas (1-1)
    T5. FAITH (1-1)
    7. Lyceum Batangas (0-1)
    T8. San Pablo Colleges (0-2)
    T8. UB (0-2)
    10. Letran Calamba (0-3)

    taken from inboundpass.com

  4. #24
    ilak hakbang lang ang layo namin sa Perps Binyang. kaya Go Perps for NCAA South! haha1!

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    SAN BEDA ALABANG sweeps NCAA South Elims

    ANIMO SAN BEDA!!!

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    Grey Wolves, Saints forge NCAA-South title game
    by Christian Soler
    Friday, 22 October 2010

    THE SO-CALLED underdogs just didn’t want to disappoint.

    Reigning, back-to-back champion Don Bosco Technical College and upset-minded University of Perpetual Help System Laguna did the unthinkable by killing off their favored rivals two straight times to square off in the Finals of NCAA-South Season 12 last Thursday, October 21 at the First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities Indoor Sports Arena.

    The Saints pulled off a close 77-74 squeaker over more fancied elimination round powerhouse San Beda College-Alabang. The Red Lions, who led at the half, caved in during the critical junctures of the payoff period despite the return of sniper James Panaligan, who was suspended in Game 1 for a disqualifying foul he was meted in the game preceding the semifinal round. Perpetual Help Laguna, for its part, capitalized on numerous turnovers in the clutch to wrap up the series. Playmaker Merlin Custodio, a marked man in the first encounter, rattled in six of his 12 points in the fourth period, while Marc Arciaga hit a couple of perimeter baskets down the stretch to put away coach Aldrin Morante’s squad.

    Not a lot of people gave the fourth-ranked Saints a chance against San Beda-Alabang after the Lions ran the table in the eliminations, going 9-0 and becoming the maiden squad to post a sweep in NCAA-South history.

    Third-seeded Don Bosco then silenced a raucous home crowd by defeating FAITH, 86-73 to earn a crack at a third consecutive NCAA-South championship. The Grey Wolves embarked on an overpowering third quarter blitz to turn a one-point halftime deficit into a nine-point bulge after 30 minutes of play. With the Bravehearts putting the clamps on Game 1 hero Jose Lorenzo Madamba, the Mandaluyong quintet found a sniper extraordinaire in Jonathan Tabulog, who sank five triples to end FAITH’s remarkable Season 12 run. Veterans Charles Corpuz and Bjorn Casibang proved too much to handle down low as they negated the Bravehearts’ own frontline.

    Don Bosco has a rare opportunity to take home the championship at a third different team’s expense in as many years. In 2008, the Grey Wolves thwarted Lyceum of the Philippines University-Batangas and Philippine Christian University-Dasmariñas last season.

    The Grey Wolves and Saints will figure in a winner-take-all title game at 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 23 at the FAITH sports facility. The winner will be seeded into the 2010 Philippine Collegiate Champions League Luzon-Metro Manila zonals. With reports from Chris Lagrio

    The scores:

    First game

    Perpetual Help Laguna 77 – Arciaga 17, Yagonia 15, Custodio 12, Bustillos 9, Salinas 8, Baudi 6, Enriquez 5, Sanchez 5, Remudo 0, Reyes 0, Tipon 0.

    San Beda-Alabang 74 – Panaligan 16, Gallardo 14, Estanislao 9, Morante 9, Victorino 9, Mi. Madrelejos 8, Baena 5, Manlutac 3, Jonson 1, de Jesus 0, Ma. Madrelejos 0.

    Quarter scoring: 15-23, 31-37, 54-52, 77-74.

    Second game

    Don Bosco 86 – Tabulog 18, Corpuz 14, Casibang 12, Lim 11, Garcia 8, Gines 8, Madamba 8, Jose 6, Mescallado 1, Canseco 0, Cruz 0, Malijan 0.

    FAITH 73 – Amatorio 13, Javier 13, A. Barbosa 11, Santos 8, de Castro 6, Maniti 6, Orenday 5, Rutor 5, Molina 4, Cornejo 1, Enriquez 1, J. Barbosa 0, Sabalvaro 0.

    Quarter scoring: 21-20, 37-38, 59-50, 86-73.

    taken from inboundpass.com

  8. #28
    FUEGO PERPETUAL! buti pa sa NCAA-South Finals ang Perps.. hehe sana sa NCAA ganyan din...

  9. #29
    From NCAA.org.ph Facebook page:

    NCAA-South Season 12 Basketball Champs:
    Seniors: Perpetual Help Laguna
    Juniors: San Beda Alabang
    Women: Lyceum Batangas

  10. #30
    FUEGO PERPETUAL!




    nakuuuuu kelan mangyayari ito sa ALTAS???

  11. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by dark_blue View Post
    From NCAA.org.ph Facebook page:

    NCAA-South Season 12 Basketball Champs:
    Seniors: Perpetual Help Laguna
    Juniors: San Beda Alabang
    Women: Lyceum Batangas

    Sayang naman...

    Back to back din sana yung Jrs and Srs ng San Beda Alabang.

  12. #32
    ^mala-Cinderella story daw yung sa Perpetual Laguna. Tinalo nila ang twice-to-beat San Beda Alabang sa semis. Tapos tinalo naman nila ang defending champ Don Bosco sa Finals.

  13. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by chellotte8 View Post
    Sayang naman...

    Back to back din sana yung Jrs and Srs ng San Beda Alabang.
    Papaano magiging back-to-back ang seniors ng SBC Alabang sana kung defending champ last season eh DBTC Greywolves?

  14. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by AltarBoy^_^ View Post
    Papaano magiging back-to-back ang seniors ng SBC Alabang sana kung defending champ last season eh DBTC Greywolves?

    Back to back Srs and Jrs team,

    like San Beda in NCAA.

  15. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by chellotte8 View Post
    Back to back Srs and Jrs team,

    like San Beda in NCAA.
    Huh? You didn't answer my question. You statement in your first post after the inboundpass report was that sana back-to-back din ang Srs & Jrs ng SBC Alabang. Back-to-back ba sana sila simula last season? Nanalo ba last season sa NCAA South ang SBC Alabang? Or is it the juniors lang?

  16. #36
    Perpetual Help Laguna wins NCAA-South title
    by Christian Soler
    Monday, 25 October 2010 132

    THEY came, they saw, they conquered.

    Unheralded University of Perpetual Help System Laguna achieved the unthinkable, coming through in the clutch to dethrone back-to-back champion Don Bosco Technical College Grey Wolves, 82-80 in the winner-take-all Finals of NCAA-South Season 12 last October 23 at the First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities Indoor Sports Arena in Tanauan City, Batangas.

    Swingman Marc Arciaga converted on a give-and-go play from Jake Yagonia to break an 80-all deadlock with under 20 ticks left in the game. Don Bosco sued for time with about seven seconds remaining, but botched the succeeding play after Arciaga picked off the inbounds pass meant for Don Bosco forward Bjorn Casibang. The run-and-gun Saints then ran out the clock to complete the seemingly improbable feat.

    “Yung team ng Don Bosco, powerhouse yan. Kung hindi namin lalabanan niyan ng takbuhan, walang mangyayari sa amin. Yun ang weapon namin, yung running game namin. Malalaki nga yung players nila, pero napagod sila nang maset namin yung tempo na takbuhan,” an elated Perpetual Help head coach Victor Sanchez said.

    Perpetual Help Laguna, which finished the elimination round in a three-way tie for second with a 7-2 win-loss record, slipped to the fourth seed by virtue of an inferior quotient, and thus had to face a then-undefeated San Beda College-Alabang squad with a twice-to-beat advantage in the semifinals. But Sanchez’s troops didn’t relent and pulled the trick on the Red Lions before ending the Grey Wolves’ reign as NCAA-South champions.

    Yagonia led a balanced scoring attack with 20 points, while Arciaga, who played hurt after sustaining an injury earlier in the game, had 19 markers. Tournament Most Valuable Player Merlin Custodio had a near double-double with nine points and 10 boards. Big man Charles Corpuz led Don Bosco with a game-high 24 points, while Casibang scored 21.

    With the win, the fourth-ranked outfit from Biñan booked its ticket to the 2010 Philippine Collegiate Champions League Luzon-Metro Manila zonals, to be held from November 10-12 at the Arellano Gym in Legarda, Manila. The 12-team bracket includes National University and University of the East from the UAAP; Colegio de San Juan de Letran and Arellano University from the NCAA; Colegio de Sta. Monica from the UCAA; Lyceum of the Philippines University Manila of the ISAA; NAASCU champion University of Manila; MMCAA titlist Central Colleges of the Philippines; UCLAAI kings St. Francis of Assisi College; South-Luzon/Bicol regional winner Computer Communication Development Institute Wildcats from Sorsogon City, Sorsogon and North Luzon regional ruler University of Baguio. The 12 squads will vie for four PCCL Sweet 16 berths. With reports from Chris Lagrio

    The scores:

    Perpetual Help Laguna 82 – Yagonia 20, Arciaga 19, Sanchez 13, Baudi 11, Custodio 9, Bustillos 5, Salinas 5, Enriquez 0, Reyes 0, Tipon 0.

    Don Bosco 80 – Corpuz 24, Casibang 21, Madamba 8, Garcia 8, Ueki 8, Tabulog 5, Jose 4, Lim 4, Cruz 2, Gines 0, Mescallado 0.

    Quarter scoring: 17-15, 42-41, 59-56, 82-80

    taken from inboundpass.com

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    there goes Busko's PCCL hopes... dang!

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    Kelan opening ng Season 13 of NCAA South?

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    double champion nga pala ang don bosco sa seniors at juniors football. just so you know

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    ^nice. Congrats Greywolves! Forza Don Bosco! Ascende Superius!

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