SHS-Ateneo de Cebu stuns no. 1 Ateneo de Manila in NBTC Elite Eight

first_imgView comments Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Ateneo did not quit just yet as SJ Belangel and Jason Credo pulled them to within two points with 17.5 seconds left, only to see the Cebuanos turn up the heat on defense to put the game away for good.In all, SHS-Ateneo made good on 10-of-23 shots from deep. “I just told them to shoot it when they’re open because we were having a hard time inside. Kai is really tall,” said Auquico.The Magis Eagles advance to the Final Four and will next take on National University, which earlier survived a history-making 51 point-outing from Jalen Green to take the 98-92 victory over Filam Sports.Green’s outburst was the most a player has scored in the 11-year history of the league, but that was overcome by clutch makes from Rhayyan Amsali and Terrence Fortea.Amsali posted a 17-point, 12-rebound double-double while Fortea scored 24 points and the two connived for the pivotal 8-0 push that broke a score of 84-all and built a 92-84 advantage in favor of NU.ADVERTISEMENT Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Third Game: LSGH 69 – Fornilos 17, Cagulangan 14, Marcos 11, Sangco 6, Lao 5, Espinosa 5, Mosqueda 4, Lepalam 4, Natividad 2, Cruz 1, Perez 0, Morales 0.SAN BEDA 64 – Talampas 21, Oliva 17, Lazaro 7, Andrada 6, Calibo 5, Sanchez 4, Pelipel 3, Alcantara 1, Llarena 0, Estacio 0, Valencia 0, Competente 0.Quarters: 16-16, 33-35, 49-56, 69-64.Fourth Game: SHS-ATENEO DE CEBU 72 – Pastor 21, W. Yu 18, Javelosa 8, Colonia 5, Manaytay 5, Diaz 5, Mantua 3, Nacua 3, Bersaluna 2, Visser 2, B. Yu 0, Chua 0.ATENEO DE MANILA 70 – Sotto 19, Credo 12, Padrigao 11, Belangel 7, Berjay 5, David 4, Chiu 4, Diaz 4, Jaymalin 3, Santos 1, Escalona 0.Quarters: 25-12, 34-32, 53-49, 72-70. Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ CONTRIBUTED PHOTOSHS-Ateneo de Cebu busted all brackets in the 2018 Exped SM-National Basketball Training Center National Finals after toppling number one seed Ateneo de Manila, 72-70, Wednesday at Mall of Asia Arena.Errol Pastor spearheaded the telling 18-0 run bridging the third and fourth quarters before Wilson Yu and the rest of the Magis Eagles fended off the newly-minted UAAP champion Blue Eaglets in a wire-to-wire win.ADVERTISEMENT Chris Ross’ recovery nearing a ‘hundred percent’ Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims In Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenterscenter_img Green took charge from that point and kept the Filipino-Americans battling, but the Bullpups had an answer all throughout. “It was a good thing our defense picked up in the second half, and so did Terrence,” said a beaming head coach Goldwin Monteverde.The other pairing will then see a showdown between NCAA champion La Salle Greenhills and Metro Manila Basketball League titlist Chiang Kai Shek.The Greenies punched their ticket after rallying by San Beda, 69-64, behind Inand Fornilos’ 17-point, 11-rebound double-double and Joel Cagulangan’s all-around line of 14 points, eight assists, five steals, and three rebounds.Challenging them in the semifinals will be the Blue Dragons who scorched Mapua, 86-67, on the back of John Galinato’s 22 points.Meanwhile, NBTC Division 2 will see Final Four battles between La Salle Lipa and St. Benilde International School Calamba as well as Letran Bataan and St. Louis-Don Bosco Dumaguete.The Chevrons of Lipa made their way there after edging out Bacolod Tay Tung, 69-63, while Laguna’s St. Benilde set up a matchup with them by dethroning 2017 champion Assumption Montessori Cagayan de Oro, 76-62.In the opposite bracket, Balanga’s Knights and the St. Louis-Don Bosco of Negros paired up in downing Assumption Davao, 78-73, and Jesus the Loving Shepherd Naga, 83-78, respectively.The Scores:First Game: CHIANG KAI SHEK 86 – Galinato 22, Asuncion 19, Antiporda 18, Celis 12, Luciano 5, Agbong 4, Lim 4, Banez 2, Flores 0, Ramirez 0, Tolentino 0, Aying 0, Beltran 0.MAPUA 67 – Jabel 14, Arches 13, Escamis 12, Sarias 8, Bonifacio 8, Smith 6, Dennison 3, Samontesa 3, Romano 0, Licardo 0, Castor 0, Marzan 0.Quarters: 10-12, 42-34, 70-52, 86-67.Second Game:NU 98 – Fortea 24, Amsali 17, Oczon 16, Quiambao 13, Abadiano 8, Tamayo 8, Minerva 7, Manalang 3, Gonzales 2, Javillonar 0, Malonzo 0, Coyoca 0, Puray 0.FILAM SPORTS 92 – Green 51, Clark 17, Wilson 9, Jackson 6, Garcia 5, De Leon 3, Ayala 1, Sanderson 0.Quarters: 19-26, 47-41, 66-67, 98-92. 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We wanted to make most of the opportunity since we’re already here,” said coach Francis Auquico.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkPastor, a post player by trade, also showcased the shooting he has been working on and hit 3-of-4 attempts from deep.Two of those came in the 18-0 blast that turned a one-point margin late in the third into a 68-51 lead with under seven minutes remaining. Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comeback For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Cabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerismlast_img read more

IPL 2011: Deccan Chargers vs Royal Challengers Bangalore- DC win by 33 runs

first_imgHyderabad beat Bangalore by 33 runs in their IPL match at the Rajiv Gandhi International stadium in Hyderabad on Thursday. Score | PhotosSri Lankan danger man Tillakaratne Dilshan could not contribute much to the Bangalore innings as he failed to perform against superb bowling attack by Hyderabad. Dilshan scored only 7 off 8 balls when he was caught out by Sangakkara on Ishant Sharma’s delivery.Soon after Dilshan headed to pavillion Dale Steyn bowled out promoted Zaheer Khan on a swinging full toss which hit the middle wicket. Zak got out on a duck. Mayank Agarwal, who was looking confident, played a lose shot on a shot pitch delivery by Manpreet Gony and was caught out by Amit Mishra. Gony also ended AB de Villiers’ innings on a duck.Playing under pressure, Saurabh Tiwary in order to score quick runs fell victim to Amit Mishra’s delivery, which turned to get the top edge and Sangakkara made no mistake.Cheteshwar Pujara and Johan van der Wath fell to Steyn when he dismissed both in the 17th over of the match and he was also the pick of the bowlers for DC with figures of 4-0-24-3.For Bangalore Virat Kohli scored a brilliant 71 off just 51 balls before falling to Gony.Ryan Ninan was the last man out for Bangalore, who just scored 3 runs before he was dismissed by Daniel Christian.Hyderabad inningsEarlier, Hyderabad scored 175/5 in 20 overs against Bangalore in their IPL match at the Rajiv Gandhi International stadium in Hyderabad on Thursday. advertisementBangalore captain Daniel Vettori won the toss and chose to bowl against Hyderabad. A fine decision considering that Bangalore lost one quick wicket early in the innings.Zaheer Khan send Shikhar Dhawan back to give Bangalore their early breakthrough. Dhawan mis-timed his shot giving an easy catch to RCB captain Daniel Vettori.Just as Dhawan walked back to the pavilion, Kumar Sangakkara took the crease to support Sunny and began to steady the innings.Sunny Sohal fell prey to Ryan Ninan’s delivery. Misplacing the shot he was caught by Saurabh Tiway at the long on for 38 runs.Johan van der Wath got rid of DC’s skipper Kumar Sangakkara when he was looking to consolidate and help his team pose a big total on the scoreboard.With his ballistic performance, right-hand batsman Bharat Chipli completed his 50 off 29 balls. Chipli and JP Duminy shared 50 runs partnership for the 4th wicket. Duminy who was playing well against the RCB bowling attack was taken out by Zaheer Khan.Hyderabad star batsman Bharat Chipli, who scored 64 off 35 balls, was not-out as DC puts a mammoth target for the Bangalore.Dale Steyn was awarded the Man-of-the-Match award for his brilliant figures of 4-0-24-3.last_img read more

Missing college student found blindfolded

first_imgA college student, who had gone missing around four months ago, was found blindfolded near a college in Kaliganj upazila headquarters in Jhenaidah district on Thursday.The victim is Maksudur Rahman Rana, a student of Kotchandpur Pouro College, and son of a certain Aminur Rahman of Harindia village in Kotchandpur upazila, reports UNB.Rana’s family members said he remained missing since 12 October last year after some miscreants picked him up in a vehicle from his village.Later, Rana’s family filed a general diary with the Kotchandpur police station and held press conference demanding safe return of Rana.Kotchandpur police station officer-in-charge Biplob Kumar Saha said Rana called his family members over phone from near Mahtabuddin Degree College in the town.Meanwhile, after his return Rana told his family members that he was picked up for interrogation.last_img read more

BTRC launches 100 to hear complaints

first_imgThe Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) on Sunday launched its new short code number 100 in a bid to solve customer hazards and problems quickly.BTRC issued a direction in this regard cancelling the previous short code 2872.According to the direction, the operation of Complains for Telecommunication Service (CTS) call centre has gone easier with the new three-digit short code.BTRC secretary Sarwar Alam told UNB the previous number was changed as it was difficult for customers to recognize.The customers will be able to lodge complains from 9:00am to 5:00pm on working days.Along with the short code, phone number 01555121121 and website btrc@btrc.gov.bd was also available to lodge complain.last_img read more

PSC to take decision on 37th BCS today

first_img.Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) is likely to take decision about publishing the final results of the 37th Bangladesh Civil Services (BCS) exams today (Tuesday), according to some officials.They said a special meeting was convened in PSC office at 12:30pm to fix a date for publishing the results.Another official said the result might be published today.The PSC has called off the processes of 36th BCS on Monday after recommending 23 non-cadre candidates for headteachers of primary schools.The results of the written exam of 37th BCS was published on 25 October. A total of 5,379 candidates passed the exam. Initially 8,523 out of 243,476 passed the preliminary test held on 30 September.In all, 1,226 first class gazetted officers will be appointed through this BCS exam.last_img read more