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UST, Chadao-FEU rout respective foes

Games Tuesday: (Paco Arena, Manila) 2:00 p.m. - AMA Online Education vs McDavid 4:00 p.m. - CEU vs Diliman College-Gerry's Grill   University of Santo Tomas obliterated Batangas-EAC, 94-70, to kickstart its 2019 PBA D-League campaign on a high Monday at Paco Arena in Manila. Coach Aldin Ayo proudly paraded his new recruits with Beninese forward Soulemane Chabi Yo uncorking 19 points, 11 rebounds, and two blocks to lead the charge.  Pangasinense forward Rhanz Abando also had a rousing debut with his 17 points, nine boards, two dimes, while Brent Paraiso collected eight points, six rebounds, and five assists. Meanwhile, Chadao-FEU hardly broke a sweat in its 84-62 victory over SMDC-NU in the second game. Alec Stockton triggered the rout, firing seven of his 15 points in the Tamaraws' scorching 21-8 first quarter as they easily cruised to their first victory in the Foundation Group. Sophomore guard L-Jay Gonzales did his part for Chadao-FEU with 12 points, three boards, and three assists as he slowly eases in to a bigger role with the team. Ken Tuffin and Branrey Bienes combined for 22 points and six rebounds, as Cameroonian slotman Patrick Tchuente impressed with his nine points, four rebounds, and a block. It was all Tamaraws in this game as they limited the Bulldogs to just 27-percent clip from the field and even took a lead as high as 28, 53-28, midway through the third quarter. Dave Ildefonso carried SMDC-NU in the losing cause with 14 points, five rebounds, and five assists. The Growling Tigers, on the other hand, also unveiled 18-year-old guard Mark Nonoy, who lived up to the hype to pour 15 points, five rebounds, two assists, and one steal as he became the youngest player in PBA D-League history. "Masaya kami kasi nakapaglaro agad ng maayos yung mga bago. Nakapag-adjust sila agad," he said. "Unang liga namin ito na big league. Masaya naman ako na hindi kami masyadong tight and nailabas nila yung laro nila. Yun lang naman, gusto lang namin na mailabas yung pineprepare namin." Abando led the blazing 10-0 start for the Growling Tigers that set the tone for the game, where the boys from Espana annexed the lead to as much as 33, 75-42, late in the third courtesy of Germy Mahinay's free throws. Senior playmaker Renzo Subido chipped in 11 points, five assists, and four rebounds for UST to gain an early headstart in the Aspirants Group. Earvin Mendoza led Batangas-EAC in the loss with 14 points, three steals, and two rebounds off the bench, as Allan Martin scored 10.   The Scores: First Game: UST 94 -- Chabi Yo 19, Abando 17, Nonoy 15, Subido 11, Paraiso 8, Lee 7, Mahinay 6, Pangilinan 5, Ando 4, Caunan 2. BATANGAS-EAC 70 -- E. Mendoza 14, Martin 10, Maguliano 8, Gonzales 8, De Joya 7, Dela Pena 4, Boffa 4, J. Mendoza 3, Tampoc 2, Fuentes 2, Corilla 2, Cadua 2, Taywan 2, Estacio 2. Quarters: 24-11, 45-27, 75-46, 94-70.   Second Game: CHADAO-FEU 84 -- Stockton 15, Gonzales 12, Tuffin 11, Bienes 11, Tchuente 9, Jopia 6, Ebona 5, Comboy 5, Cani 4, Flores 4, Celzo 2, Nunag 0, Bayquin 0, Casino 0, Mantua 0. SMDC-NU 62 -- D. Ildefonso 14, Gaye 12, S. Ildefonso 7, Chatman 7, Clemente 6, Galinato 3, Minerva 3, Sinclair 2, Rangel 2, Diputado 2, Oczon 2, Tibayan 2, Mangayao 0, Gallego 0, Malonzo 0. Quarters: 21-8, 45-23, 68-46, 84-62......»»

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Task group formed to probe businessman Yulo’s slay

MANILA, Philippines --- A special investigation task group (SITG) was created by the Eastern Police District (EPD) on Monday to fast-track the investigation on the murder of businessman Jose Luis Yulo and his driver.   Yulo, 62, and driver Allan Nomer Santos were onboard a Toyota Grandia when they were shot by motorcycle-riding suspects along Edsa in front of a hospital in Barangay Highway Hills, Mandaluyong City, at around 3:30 p.m on Sunday.   Police said the assailants wore black jackets and blue and black helmets.   The task group dubbed "SITG Yulo" is now studying the trajectory and cross-matching of bullets and fingerprints found at the vehicle,...Keep on reading: Task group formed to probe businessman Yulo’s slay.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Feb 18th, 2019Related News

Caidic flaunts timeless range as San Miguel turns back Alaska

MANILA, Philippines – Allan Caidic hardly looked like he missed a beat as he fueled San Miguel's come-from-behind 96-83 over Alaska in the Return of the Rivals at the Araneta Coliseum on Sunday, February 17. The 55-year-old, arguably the best Filipino shooter in history, fired a game-high 26 points spiked ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsFeb 17th, 2019Related News

Caidic doesn t disappoint in PBA legends game

MANILA, Philippines – Allan Caidic may be getting old, but that doesn't mean he has lost the shooting touch widely considered as the deadliest in Philippine basketball history.  Turning 56 this year, "The Triggerman" proved age has not tarnished his range by erupting for 26 points to steer San Miguel ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsFeb 17th, 2019Related News

Allan Caidic steals show in San Miguel-Alaska PBA Legends game

"The Triggerman" is still locked and loaded. After all these years, Allan Caidic can still shoot the lights out and he shot San Miguel Beer past Alaska, 96-83, in the PBA Legends: Return of the Rivals charity event Sunday before a packed Araneta Coliseum crowd. "It feels great. But more than the result and the game you watched, it's the solidarity of the players. We came together for a good cause," Caidic, who played for the Beermen from 1993 to 1998, said. Caidic, who turns 56 in June, started slow before heating up as the game went on to finish with a game-high 26 points on 6-of-14 shooting from downtown. He fired 16 points in a back and forth final frame alone. The crowd, fully ...Keep on reading: Allan Caidic steals show in San Miguel-Alaska PBA Legends game.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Feb 17th, 2019Related News

Nostalgia hits in PBA Legends charity event

Nostalgia was in the air as early as the pre-game introductions. The fans, who filled the historic Araneta Coliseum to the rafters, felt the glorious memories come back and so did the players themselves. "It was goosebumps. It brings back memories," said Allan Caidic, who played for San Miguel Beer from 1993 to 1998, after leading the Beermen over Alaska in the curtain raiser of the PBA Legends: Return of the Rivals even Sunday night."We used to play Alaska during the mid-1990s. We were rivals." "It was like everything came back. We went back to the 90s. Everyone enjoyed. All four teams, the crowd," said another San Miguel great Olsen Racela, who played for the Beermen from 1997 to ...Keep on reading: Nostalgia hits in PBA Legends charity event.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Feb 17th, 2019Related News

Caidic s timeless touch lifts San Miguel over Alaska in PBA legends showdown

Allan Caidic had a lot of it in the fourth quarter where he tossed in 16 of his 26 points as San Miguel Beer outshone Alaska Milk, 96-83, in their side of the legends classic......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsFeb 17th, 2019Related News

FEU will have to wait longer for Flying RJ s liftoff in UAAP Srs.

RJ Abarrientos has played his last game for Far Eastern University-Diliman High School. Whatever happens, though, Abarrientos is certain he will keep wearing green and gold. This, even though, as it turns out, it is yet to be determined if he can seamlessly transition from being a Baby Tamaraw to becoming a Tamaraw. “Si RJ, Grade 11 pa lang siya, no, so kailangan niya munang tapusin yung high school,” head coach Allan Albano told reporters after they were booted out on Friday. Yes, apparently, Abarrientos may very well have to wait a year before being eligible to play for Morayta’s Seniors squad. As he himself put it, “Siguro nga po, baka mag-sit out muna ako.” He is currently completing Grade 11, but because he’s already 19-years old, he will no longer eligible to play next season in the UAAP Juniors where the age limit is 19. That means that, while the all-around guard is finishing up with high school, he will not be able to play for their varsity teams. Of course, there’s also an option for Abarrientos to take the Philippine Educational Placement (PEP) Test that grants students an opportunity to accelerate from a certain level to another. Still, he is well aware that is a long shot – and he may very well have to sit out for a while. Whatever happens, though, the nephew of Philippine basketball legend Johnny “Flying A” Abarrientos said that he believes patience is a virtue. “Sa akin naman, hindi ako nagmamadali. Kung anong ibibigay sa akin na opportunity, kung level up yun sa Seniors, ready naman akong anytime na ipasok ni coach Olsen [Racela],” he shared. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsFeb 15th, 2019Related News

Apl.de.ap campaigns for Filipino children - Manila Standard

Apl.de.ap campaigns for Filipino children manilastandard.net Allan Pineda Lindo, better known as Apl.de.ap, a founding member of the international Grammy award-winning group, The Black Eyed Peas, is.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsFeb 15th, 2019Related News

PHISGOC Inks Deals with 30th SEA Games Sponsors

The Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (PHISGOC) on Wednesday formally signed partnership agreements with the first group of sponsors for the 30th SEA Games slated November 30 to December 11 this year. The signing of the memorandum of agreements (MOA) between PHISGOC chairman Allan Peter Cayetano and representatives from Philippine Airlines (PAL), Atos, GL […].....»»

Source: Metrocebu MetrocebuCategory: NewsFeb 14th, 2019Related News

Missionary group worker gets threatening text messages

DAVAO CITY --- An employee of Rural Missionaries of the Philippines-Northern Mindanao Sub-Region (RMP-NMR) received on Monday afternoon threating text messages from an unknown sender. RMP-NMR --- an inter-diocesan and inter-congregational group composed of priests and lay people --- also posted a statement about it on Tuesday. Fr. Allan Khen Apus, spokesperson of Karapatan in Northern Mindanao, did not name the employee for security reasons, but he said the employee received four text messages from mobile number 0906-154-0493. The sender addressed the RMP-NMR employee as "Tagalog," according to Apus. Below are the messages: "Tagalog nadakop nayung isang kasama niyo wal...Keep on reading: Missionary group worker gets threatening text messages.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Feb 12th, 2019Related News

P30-B Cebu span opens 2021

The management of Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway Corporation (CCLEX) yesterday assured the public the construction of the third bridge linking Cebu City and Cordova town is “on track” and will be operational by 2021. Allan Alfon, CCLEX president and general manager expressed optimism the target completion will be realized after they secured P19-B funding from six […].....»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsFeb 9th, 2019Related News

PBA: Classic rivalry games on deck for February

PBA basketball will continue even as the league takes a break in mid February to give way for Gilas Pilipinas. A pair of classic games will be played at the Big Dome on February 17 as San Miguel, Alaska, Purefoods, and Ginebra are all set to field a collection of All-Stars from the yesteryears. Four-time PBA MVP Alvin Patrimonio returns to action for Purefoods as they take on ‘90s rival Alaska led by Johnny Abarrientos. Powerhouse San Miguel will have players like Benjie Paras, Danny Ildefonso, and Allan Caidic to go up against Ginebra’s Bal David, Eric Menk, and head coach Sonny Jaworski. The pair of games is organized by the Samahan ng mga Dating Propesyonal na Basketbolista ng Pilipinas (SDPBP) in partnership with the PBA for the benefit of the player’s union. Here are the complete lineups for all four teams: PUREFOODS # 1 Bong Ravena # 3 Bonel Balingit  # 4 Paul Artadi  # 5 Ronnie Magsanoc # 7 Rey Evangelista # 8 Al Solis # 9 Elmer Cabahug # 10 Dindo Pumaren # 12 Glen Capacio # 13 Roger Yap # 16 Alvin Patrimonio # 19 Joey Sta. Maria # 31 Peter Naron # 44 Jerry Codiñera # 55 Richard Yee Coach: Ramon Fernandez ALASKA # 6 Jojo Lastimosa # 7 Roehl Gomez # 9 Rodney Santos # 11 Willie Miller # 11 Eddie Laure # 14 Johnny Abarrientos # 16 Bong Hawkins # 19 Kenneth Duremdes # 22 Jeff Cariaso # 32 Poch Juinio # 33 Bogs Adornado - Captain # 34 Wesley Gonzales # 35 Tony de la Cruz # 55 John Ferriols Earvin Sotto Coaches: Joel Banal/Aric del Rosario SAN MIGUEL # 2 Denok Miranda # 6 Ato Agustin # 8 Allan Caidic # 10 Alvin Teng # 10 Danny Ildefonso # 11 Nelson Asaytono # 11 Biboy Ravanes # 17 Olsen Racela  # 18 Art de la Cruz # 22 Arnold Gamboa # 23 Bong Alvarez # 25 Freddie Abuda # 25 Dondon Hontiveros # 42 Danny Seigle # 88 Chris Calaguio # 14 Benjie Paras Coach: Norman Black GINEBRA # 1 Bal David # 6 Noli Locsin # 8 Bennet Palad # 9 Leo Isaac # 11 JV Gayoso # 12 Vince Hizon # 13 Marlou Aquino # 16 Benny Cheng # 17 Rudy Distrito # 18 Wilmer Ong # 22 Romulo Mamaril # 25 Pido Jarencio # 30 Eric Menk # 32 EJ Feihl # 33 Bobby Jose Coach: Robert Jaworski   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 31st, 2019Related News

ILONGANON IS DAGYANG CHAMP

By: Francis Allan L. Angelo TRIBU Ilonganon of Jalandoni Memorial National High School in Lapuz, Iloilo City waited 12 years to regain the crown of the Dinagyang Festival. Ilonganon dethroned defending champion Tribu Panayanon of Iloilo City National High School to dominate the 2019 Dagyang tribal dance competition. Aside from winning the P350,000 cash prize and […] The post ILONGANON IS DAGYANG CHAMP appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Source: Thedailyguardian ThedailyguardianCategory: NewsJan 28th, 2019Related News

UAAP 81 Final Four all set with Baby Tams, Baby Falcons

STANDINGS NU 11-1 Ateneo 9-3 FEU-Diliman 9-3 Adamson 8-4 UST 5-7 DLSZ 4-8 UE 1-11 UPIS 1-11 Far Eastern University-Diliman and Adamson High School are not getting left behind by Nazareth School of National University and Ateneo de Manila High School in the UAAP 81 Juniors Basketball Tournament. Courtesy of convincing victories over separate foes on Sunday at the Filoil Flying V Centre, the Baby Tamaraws and the Baby Falcons have completed the cast for the Final Four alongside the Bullpups and the Blue Eaglets. The Baby Tamaraws came out on top of the University of the Philippines Integrated School, 87-65, after getting propelled by RR Tolentino and his breakout game. The graduating forward scored a career-high 20 points on top of seven rebounds while Xyrus Torres chipped in 15 markers of his own in their ninth win in 12 games. “Kailangan naming masanay na kung wala si RJ, kailangang mag ibang mag-step up,” head coach Allan Albano said post-game. Main man RJ Abarrientos had his lowest scoring output in the season with just two points in 1-of-6 shooting, but made his presence felt elsewhere with 10 rebounds, seven assists, and two steals. It was also Abarrientos who orchestrated the Baby Tamaraws’ charge in the middle periods where they outscored their opponents, 46-26. They wouldn’t be threatened until the final buzzer and find themselves yet again on equal footing for the second spot with defending champion Ateneo. “Hopefully, makabalik kami dun sa maganda naming laro kasi mahirap na kung si Ateneo yung magkaroon ng (twice-to-beat) advantage,” coach Allan said. Meanwhile, the Baby Falcons pecked De La Salle Zobel, 94-77, to also advance to the playoffs. This will be their first trip there since Season 78 and none of it wouldn’t have been possible if not for Doria twins Adam and Andrey. The former finished with 27 points built on seven triples on top of six rebounds while the latter ended with an 18-marker, 11-rebound double-double. Main man Joem Sabandal was also right there with them with 19 points, 11 rebounds, and five assists as Adamson ascended onto an 8-4 standing. Even after the breakthrough, though, they aren’t resting on their laurels as they still have their sights set on a twice-to-beat advantage. On the other hand, the Junior Archers fail to make the playoffs for the third season in a row and now hold a 4-8 record. Ivan Cudiamat fronted their effort in this one with 27 points and nine rebounds. For the Junior Maroons, Polo Labao topped the scoring column with 19 points to go along with 10 rebounds and five assists. Their latest loss drops their record to 1-11. BOX SCORES THIRD GAME FEU-DILIMAN 87 – Tolentino 20, Torres 15, J. Bautista 11, Ona 11, Sajonia 7, Alforque 6, Anonuevo 6, Sleat 5, Abarrientos 2, Bagunu 2, Bradley 2, S. Bautista 0, Libago 0, Armendez 0, Barasi 0. UPIS 65 – Labao 19, Vergiere 13, Estrera 13, Torres 10, Tuazon 10, Gomez de Liano 0, Galotera 0, Napalang 0, Lopez 0, Armamento 0, Abreu 0. QUARTER SCORES: 20-17, 44-32, 66-43, 87-65. FOURTH GAME ADAMSON 94 – Ad. Doria 27, Sabandal 19, An. Doria 18, Manlapaz 11, Prodigo 5, Engbino 5, Capulong 5, Tulabut 2, Barcelona 2, Hanapi 0, Dominguez 0, Santos 0. DLSZ 77 – Cudiamat 27, Jomalesa 12, Macasaet 11, Unisa 11, Sevilla 8, Villarin 3, Milan 2, Luna 2, Subido 1, Pingol 0. QUARTER SCORES: 25-20, 42-37, 68-60, 94-77. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 27th, 2019Related News

Politics Behind Ambush of Cebu Town Mayor

The Cebu Provincial Police Office (CPPO) on Wednesday said it is looking at politics as the motive behind the attack on the lady mayor of San Fernando town in Cebu province and her companions Tuesday night. Mayor Lakambini Reluya survived the ambush but her husband, Ricardo, driver Allan Bayot and staff Ricky Monterona died on […].....»»

Source: Metrocebu MetrocebuCategory: NewsJan 24th, 2019Related News

Cebu police seize P1.7-M ‘shabu’ and guns

POLICE arrested two men and seized P1.7 million worth of shabu in their possession in Cebu early Tuesday. The suspects were identified as Allan Lopez, 53, and Alfonso Buot, 53,…READ The post Cebu police seize P1.7-M ‘shabu’ and guns appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Source: Manilatimes ManilatimesCategory: Jan 22nd, 2019Related News

Drug raid bolsters investors confidence -Tagum mayor

TAGUM CITY (PIA) -"Business people and the taxpayers will even be more confident to stay and locate in Tagum City."Tagum City Mayor Allan Rellon expressed this optimism following the police.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsJan 22nd, 2019Related News

Politicians sponsor free live viewing of Pacquiao-Broner bout

DAVAO CITY --- Local officials and politicians in Davao del Norte will sponsor free mass viewing of the WBA welterweight title bout between Sen. Manny Pacquiao and American fighter Adrien Broner on Sunday. The office of Rep. Antonio "Tonyboy" Floirendo Jr. office announced it would help set up huge screens in gymnasiums so people in the 2nd district could watch the live telecast of the bout. In Tagum City, Gov. Antonio Rafael del Rosario and his slate under the Hugpong ng Pagbabago (HNP) invited on social media their constituents for a free viewing of the fight at the 3,000-seat RDR Gym in Barangay Mankilam. The city government of Tagum under Mayor Allan Rellon would also sp...Keep on reading: Politicians sponsor free live viewing of Pacquiao-Broner bout.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Jan 19th, 2019Related News

NO BLACKOUTS: MORE Power, PECO assures continuous power supply

By: Francis Allan L. Angelo and Emme Rose Santiagudo ON JANUARY 19, 2019, the congressional franchise of Iloilo City’s sole power distributor, Panay Electric Co. (PECO), will expire, raising fears of a massive blackout in the city. PECO’s franchise is vital since it is the legal basis for its existence and its supply contracts with […] The post NO BLACKOUTS: MORE Power, PECO assures continuous power supply appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Source: Thedailyguardian ThedailyguardianCategory: NewsJan 17th, 2019Related News