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The 2013 Filoil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup: June 5, 2013 Roundup

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Thursday, 6 June 2013 7 Comments

 

Two of the most impressive teams in over the summer disposed of their respective foes and are headed on a collision course as the playoffs heated up in the 2013 Filoil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup. Also, the Finals cast of the Women’s division was set after DLSU and FEU pulled off contrasting wins yesterday.

 

Ray Parks rises.

 

Roundup:

In Wednesday’s first game, the FEU Lady Tamaraws subdue the CEU Lady Scorpions, 68-64. CEU mounted a big third quarter rally to take the lead heading into the final period, but the Green & Gold gals held on to nail the final berth in the Women’s division championship game. Camille Sambile struck through with 21 points and 5 rebounds, while Marites Albano scored a dozen markers – hitting four triples – to lead FEU’s cause. On the other end, Apet Pontejos and Ybur Mendoza paired up for 44 points to lead CEU, which lost for just the second time in five starts.

 

The second game saw the DLSU Lady Archers beat the UST Tigresses, 71-66, to advance to the Women’s Finals. Trish Piatos and Cass Santos combined for 35 points to lead the La Sallians to their fifth win in as many games. UST was actually better at rebounding and shooting, but DLSU made up for these with better ball movement (21-10 in assists) and stingier defense (they forced 30 UST turnovers). Maica Cortes and Lore Rivera each tallied a double-double to lead the Tigresses. The title game between FEU and DLSU is on Wednesday, June 12, 2013.

 

In the third game, the National University Bulldogs had to buckle down in the payoff period to ward off the tougher-than-expected Letran Knights, 69-67. Ray Parks led NU with 16 points and 4 assists, while Gelo Alolino and Troy Rosario scored 13 and 12 markers respectively. The Bulldogs were +5 in rebounds, +3 in assists, and +6 in blocks, but they shot just 58% from the line. Letran’s Mark Cruz led the Muralla quintet with 16 points, while rookie sensation Rey Nambatac drilled in 11 markers. Big man Raymund Almazan also held his own with 10 points, 12 rebounds, and 2 blocked shots.

 

The final match of the day resulted in the San Beda Red Lions advancing to the semifinals at the expense of the De La Salle Green Archers, 66-63. Arthur Dela Cruz was a tower of power for the Bedans, finishing with 14 points, 11 boards, and 3 dimes. Rome Dela Rosa and Ryusei Koga both did well, too. They backstopped Dela Cruz by netting 12 and 11 markers respectively. The Taft-based dribblers, meanwhile, were led by the combined 31 points of Almond Vosotros and Jeron Teng. Despite their size advantage, the Archers were outrebounded, 42-33. They also shot just 40% from the field and 63% from the line while allowing the Lions to connect on 47% of their field goal attempts. NU and SBC meet each other tomorrow to dispute one of the two Finals spots.

 

Kib Montalbo, Jeron Teng, and Almond Vosotros were all sent packing.

 

Box Scores:

Women’s

FEU 68 Sambile 21, Albano 12, Soriano 9, Valenzona 9, Siat 7, Tanaman 5, Gasalan 5, Gabriel 0, Lozano 0, Chan 0, Basa 0, Arellado 0
CEU 64 – Pontejos 25, Mendoza 19, Ogunsemuyen 12, Mercado 6, Caranto 2, Agra 0, Figuracion 0, Alcayaga 0, Manzano 0, Lacson 0
QS: 25-15, 39-26, 46-48, 68-64

 

DLSU 71 Piatos 20, Santos 15, Abaca 9, Garcia 7, Claro 7, Ramos 6, Ong M 5, Revillosa 2, Corcuera 0, Scott 0, Ong A 0, Gonzales 0, Melendres 0, Oyao 0
UST 66 – Cortes 19, Mejia 12, Rivera 11, Reyes 7, Salvador 5, Ong 5, Angeles 5, Andrade 2, Jerez 0, Brillante 0
QS: 11-13, 29-25, 48-41, 71-66

 

Seniors:
SBC 66 –
Dela Cruz, 14, Dela Rosa 12, Koga 11, Amer 8, Adeogun 7, Pascual 4, Semerad D 4, Abarcar 2, Semerad A 2, Sara 2, Villaruz 0

DLSU 63 – Vosotros 16, Teng 15, Torres N 10, Van Opstal 10, Perkins 6, Revilla 3, Torres T 2, Reyes G 1, Bolick 0, Montalbo 0, Reyes M 0, Dela Paz 0

QS: 17-14, 33-26, 46-53, 66-63

 

NU 69 – Parks 16, Alolino 13, Rosario 12, Aroga 9, Villamor 8, Roño 5, De Guzman 3, Mbe 2, Javillonar 1, Alejandro 0

CSJL 67 – Cruz 16, Nambatac 11, Almazan 10, Gabawan 8, Castro 8, Ruaya 6, Luib 5, Dysam 3, Buenaflor 0, Publico 0, Po 0, Pantin 0

QS: 19-22, 43-37, 56-58, 69-67

 

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Started playing basketball the same way many other Pinoys do -- on the street with his relatives, friends, and neighbors. After accepting the fact I will never be Philippine Basketball's savior against the might of China and Korea on the court, I turned to writing off the court. I'm not exactly the most objective armchair analyst on this side of the basketball universe, but it's not for want of trying. I write about other basketball leagues on HoopNut.blogspot.com. If you also have any queries about the English language, blame it on the day job. Follow me on Twitter: hoopnut

7 Comments

  • Red Lion says:

    GO SAN BEDA FIGHT!!!

  • Jorf Lasfar says:

    BACK-2-BACK

    Go BULLDOGS!!!..

    Mabuhay NACIONAL!..

  • 123456 says:

    The complete first-round schedule is as follows (First game and second game at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., unless stated):

    June 29 (MOA Arena) – ­FEU vs. UE; DLSU vs. UST

    June 30 (MOA Arena)—Adamson vs. UP; Ateneo vs. NU

    July 3 (MOA Arena) – UP vs. DLSU; FEU vs. Ateneo

    July 6 (Araneta Coliseum) – NU vs. UE; UST vs. Adamson

    July 7 (MOA Arena) – UP vs. FEU (11 a.m.); Ateneo vs. DLSU (3:30 p.m.)

    July 10 (Araneta Coliseum) – UE vs. Adamson; NU vs. UST

    July 13 (MOA Arena) – UST vs. UE; DLSU vs. FEU

    July 14 (MOA Arena) – NU vs. UP; Adamson vs. Ateneo

    July 17 (MOA Arena) – Ateneo vs. UE; FEU vs. NU

    July 20 (MOA Arena) – UE vs. DLSU; NU vs. Adamson

    July 21 (MOA Arena) – UP vs. Ateneo; UST vs. FEU

    July 24 (Araneta Coliseum) – UP vs. UST; Adamson vs. DLSU

    July 27 (Araneta Coliseum) – UE vs. UP; DLSU vs. NU

    July 30 (Araneta Coliseum) – FEU vs. Adamson; Ateneo vs. UST

  • 123456 says:

    Ok Guys! Its time to demonstrate how good are you in assessing teams.

    Spurs or Heat???

  • Gaucho says:

    the la salle coach was axed?!!!

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