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ILOPRISAA elem. basketball semis: Hua Siong, Ateneo, Westbridge, SanAg

first_imgLastly University of San Agustin completed the playoff cast after a 62-37 victory over Colegio de San Jose. Chad Ernest Cartel finished with 12 points to lead San Agustin.The semifinals action starts Monday morning at the Iloilo Sports Complex gymnasium with Hua Siong facing PAREF-Westbridge and Ateneo tangling with San Agustin.In tertiary men, WIT eased its way to its second straight victory after an 83-80 win over Doctors’. Marvin Cuerbo fired 21 points while Jonel Fatla-onag made 17 for WIT.John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University also claimed back-to-back victories after taking down defending champion San Agustin 83-74. Fritchard Dulce had 25 points for John B./PN Nico Salazar led Hua Siong College of Iloilo to a victory against Philippine American Progressive School, Inc. on their way to the semifinal round of the 2018 Iloilo PRISAA elementary basketball. FACEBOOK FOUR teams made it to the semifinal round of the 2018 Iloilo PRISAA elementary basketball after winning their quarterfinal games on Saturday at the Western Institute of Technology gym in Iloilo City.Defending champion Hua Siong College of Iloilo easily advanced after a 119-12 victory over Philippine American Progressive School, Inc. Nico Salazar led Hua Siong with 20 points while Nake Guarra added 15.Ateneo de Iloilo made it to the Final Four after a 68-37 rout of Iloilo Doctors’ College. Jurrien Iñigo Tenorio fired 14 markers to banner the scoring for the Blue Dragons.PAREF-Westbridge cruised to the semifinals with a 77-50 victory over Assumption Iloilo. John Adrian Altubar had 24 points while Hector Memarion made 14 for the winning team.last_img read more

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Lady Maroons topple FEU, go 2-0 in UAAP volleyball

first_imgIn the fourth frame, the Lady Maroons got to an early advantage due to its precise serving and floor defense. The lead grew to 13-6 for the Lady Maroons and never looked back.“The game was so hard. But we fought until the last minute. FEU is a good team. They keep on changing tactics, so you go with this plan, you find in between the game that they will change it,” said Lady Maroons head coach Godfrey Okomu.Rookie Lycha Ebon led the way with 16 points built on 13 spikes, two blocks, and an ace, while Celine Domingo contributed 11 points for the Lady Tamaraws, which dropped to 1-1.Meanwhile, Ateneo de Manila University Lady Eagles barged into the win-column with a 25-21, 25-18, 16-25, 25-22 win over University of Santo Tomas Golden Tigresses. Kat Tolentino tallied 20 points for the Lady Eagles./PN University of the Philippines Lady Maroons’ Diana Carlos drops a shot against three Far Eastern University Lady Tamaraws players. TIEBREAKER TIMES MANILA – University of the Philippines Lady Maroons surged to solo first place in UAAP Season 81 women’s volleyball after a 25-18, 20-25, 25-22, 25-20 win over Far Eastern University Lady Tamaraws on Wednesday night at San Juan Arena.Diana Carlos led the way with 15 points, while Justine Dorog and Isa Molde added 12 and 11 markers, respectively, for the Lady Maroons, which surged to 2-0 win-loss record.The Lady Maroons had a flat start in the opening set before going on an 8-2 scoring run to easily take the set. The Lady Tamaraws managed to bounce back in the second set to force a 1-1 set draw.The Lady Maroons took the early lead in the third frame but the Lady Tamaraws countered with a run to come to within 20-21. Back-to-back hit by Molde and an ace from Ma. Arielle Estrañero sealed the set for UP.last_img read more

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CEU Scorpions makes it to PBA D-League semis

first_imgThe Scorpions surged to a 21-9 startbehind Guinitaran, Bernabe, and Diouf, before ending the first period ahead by27, 43-16. MANILA – Centro Escolar UniversityScorpions became the second team to make it to the 2019 PBA D-League FoundationCup semifinals after an 89-41 win over Asia’s Lashes Tomas Morato at the YnaresSports Arena in Pasig. Rich Guinitaran goes for the basket. PBA PHOTO The Scorpions made it back to thesemis for the third straight conference dating back to the 2018 Foundation Cup. “I just told the players to take careof things, do not take them lightly. We have to jump on them right away and notmake them think of a Game Two,” said Scorpions head coach Derrick Pumaren. Dave Bernabe chipped in double-double15 points and 10 rebounds as Senegalese center Malick Diouf had an all-aroundgame of 12 markers, 13 boards, four assists, two steals, and two blocks. Rich Guinitaran spearheaded the attackwith 16 points and 14 rebounds. The game would never be in questionfrom then on as they cruised to the 41-point victory. The Scorpions’ defense was efficientall game long. It held the opposition to just 28.6-percent from the field andalso forced them to commit a total of 23 turnovers, which it converted to 25easy points./PNlast_img read more

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Mikel Scores First Goal in Chinese Topflight

first_imgSuper Eagles skipper, John Mikel Obi, scored his first goal in the Chinese Super League yesterday as his club, Tianjin Teda defeated Chongqing Lifan  2-0.Mikel who joined the Chinese team after an illustrious career at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge, which saw him winning the UEFA Champions League along with several league and FA medals to but, scored the opener for Tianjin Teda in the 48th minute.An 82nd-minute own goal from Goran Milovic saw Jaime Pacheco’s side claim their first victory of the season.While the 29-year-old Eagles supremo was on parade for the entire duration of the game, his compatriot, Brown Ideye who was playing in his second game since switching to the Chinese topflight was replaced by Wang Dong in the 65th minute.The win over Woe-Ryong Chang’s men put the Tianjin Tigers in ninth position with four points from their opening three Chinese topflight fixtures.Tianjin Teda faces Guizhou Zhicheng in their next league encounter on April 8.Earlier on Saturday, another Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, has expressed happiness after netting his first English topflight goal in Leicester’s 2-0 defeat of Stoke at the King Power Stadium.The 20-year old midfielder 25th minute goal gave the Foxes the lead before Jamie Vardy sealed the victory for the home team few minutes into the second half of the game, and the former Genk player has also hailed the support of the fans in the game.“Good win, another three points, magnificent support. Happy to score my first @premierleague goal. #nw25.” Ndidi tweeted on the social media yesterday.Leicester have now claimed their fourth straight victory in the English topflight since the exit of Claudio Raineri in February, as they are currently 13th on the log with 33 points from 29 league games.last_img read more

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LeBron James named finalist for MVP award

first_img Related TopicsAnthony DavisCavaliersCavsClevelandCleveland CavaliersJames HardenLebron JamesNBANBA MVP Ashley Bastock LeBron James has been named a finalist for the NBA MVP Award. The league announced the finalists for their six major awards on Monday night.The three finalist for league MVP are James, Houston’s James Harden and New Orleans’ Anthony Davis.For the first time in his career James played in all 82 regular season games and averaged 27.5 points, 9.1 assists and 8.6 rebounds while shooting 54.2 percent from the field and 36.7 percent from deep. His assist average gives him a new career-high while the rebounding average ties the career-high he averaged last season. Along with playing in all 82 games, he led the league playing 37.2 minutes per game.Harden averaged 30.4 points, 8.8 assists and 5.4 rebounds while shooting 44.9 percent from the field and 36.7 percent from deep. His Houston Rockets put up the best record in the NBA and are currently facing the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals.Davis averaged a double-double of 28.1 points and 11.1 rebounds. The Pelicans were eliminated by the Warriors in the Western Conference semifinals.James has four previous MVP Awards, picking up top honors four times in five years (2009, 2010, 2012, 2013). In 2017, James finished fourth in MVP voting and was not a finalist. Neither Harden or Davis have won the award previously.According to Basketball Reference’s MVP Tracker, Harden has a 68.1 percent chance of winning the award this season. James is second behind him with an 8.1 percent chance. The winner will be announced on June 25.center_img Ashley is a former basketball player who covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indians and high school sports for NEO Sports Insiders. She also covers the Cavs for SB Nation’s Fear The Sword. Ashley is a 2015 graduate of John Carroll University and previously worked in political journalism. You can follow her on Twitter @AshleyBastock42last_img read more

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Cavs face off against Kyrie Irving-less Celtics in Boston

first_imgOn Wednesday, the Cleveland Cavaliers (9-39) will have their hands full as they take on the Boston Celtics (29-18) at TD Garden, where they’re 18-5 this season. It’ll be a tough outing for the Cavs, who’ve lost four games in a row and 16 of their last 17 games, especially without veteran center Tristan Thompson, who’ll miss his fourth straight game with left foot soreness.Plagued by injuries to their frontcourt (Thompson, Larry Nance Jr., Kevin Love and John Henson) and a key defender in David Nwaba, Cleveland still has someone with size to bang down low in big man Ante Zizic and Channing Frye is an inside-outside threat that can create space for the Cavs. However, neither Zizic nor Frye are fleet of foot, which is revealed when the perimeter defense (almost inevitably) breaks down and forces the big men to have to rotate.The Celtics, who are fully healthy sans the absence of All-Star big man Al Horford (rest) and Kyrie Irving (flu-like symptoms), are a team that would have broke down Cleveland’s perimeter defense with relatively ease with Irving in the lineup. It’s not necessarily because of guards Collin Sexton and Alec Burks being weak at the point of attack and routinely giving ball-handlers the space to blow by them but that will play a role in players like Marcus Smart and Jaylen Brown getting to the rim.Celtics superstar point guard Kyrie Irving — the former franchise cornerstone of the Cleveland Cavaliers — has been on a tear recently, averaging 30.8 points, 11.0 assists, 4.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals per game while shooting 60.3 percent shooting from the field and 56.0 percent from three-point range over his last four games. He’s playing the most complete basketball of his career, being just as dominant in every facet of the game as his numbers would lead you to believe.A magician with the ball in his hands, the Cavs would have been be lucky to contain him. Especially when he’s playing like this.For Cleveland to defeat Boston without Irving though, their best chance is to slow down their “other guys” with physical defense and proper matchups.Put guys who can matchup with Smart and Brown athletically, like Sexton, Jordan Clarkson and Cedi Osman, on those two. Put players who can matchup with Jayson Tatum and Marcus Morris’ length, like Rodney Hood and Jaron Blossomgame, on their stellar frontcourt scorers. Avoid switching as much as possible.On offense, they know the team they have to be. They have to move the ball, take care of it, take good shots. Trust each other. The simple things. Players like Hood and Osman have to be aggressive — even if Sexton, Clarkson and Burks are — because Boston, though ranked 14th in points per game (112.0), has enough firepower to hang up plenty of points against Cleveland’s defense (ranked 23rd in opponent’s points per game (113.7) and 30th in defensive rating (118.6)).It’s unlikely that the Cavs will win on Wednesday, especially on the road (although they have a slightly better winning percentage away from Quicken Loans Arena). However, Cleveland can gives themselves a chance by playing physical defense on the perimeter and making sure they match up Boston physically as much as possible.How to watch: Tip-off scheduled for shortly after 7:30 P.M. Will be aired locally on Fox Sports Ohio.Probable starters (CLE): Collin Sexton, Cam Payne, Rodney Hood, Cedi Osman, Ante ZizicProbablyestarters (BOS): Terry Rozier, Marcus Smart, Jayson Tatum, Marcus Morris, Aron Baynes Related TopicsCleveland CavaliersKyrie Irving Quenton S. Albertielast_img read more

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Roach destroys England as Windies take command

first_imgBRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Seamer Kemar Roach’s ninth career five-wicket haul sent a shell-shocked England reeling for a record low at Kensington Oval, as 18 wickets tumbled on a dramatic second day of the opening Test here yesterday. In a sensational session after lunch, England lost their last nine wickets for 47 runs to crash from 30 for one to 77 all out, 15 minutes before the scheduled tea interval, with the 30-year-old Roach claiming five for 17 in a brilliant spell. Captain Jason Holder (2-15) and fellow seamer Alzarri Joseph (2-20) grabbed two wickets apiece to support Roach. England’s total was their fourth lowest against West Indies, handing the hosts a healthy lead of 212 runs. Opting not to enforce the follow on, West Indies lost precious wickets to end the day on 127 for six, still a crucial lead of 339 runs heading into today’s pivotal third day. They were well placed at 52 without loss but lost five quick wickets for nine runs in the space of 28 deliveries, before Shimron Hetmyer (31) and Shane Dowrich (27 not out) added an invaluable 59 for the sixth wicket to frustrate England. The left-handed Hetmyer had earlier top-scored with 81 as West Indies were dismissed for 289 just shy of the hour mark in the first session. Resuming on 56 with the Windies on 264 for eight, the 22-year-old was last out after edging a heave at seamer Ben Stokes (4-59) to be caught by wicketkeeper Ben Foakes jumping high to his left. He faced 109 balls in just over 2-½ hours, striking nine fours and two sixes. Faced with just under an hour to navigate before lunch, England lost left-hander Keaton Jennings for 17, nine minutes before the interval, when he sliced seamer Jason Holder to Shai Hope at gully. The visitors reached the break at 30 for one but there was still no sign of the carnage to come, even when opener Rory Burns played on to the fourth ball after lunch from Roach without adding to his two. However, Roach then scythed through the middle order in a period of sheer horror for the visitors, as they lost five wickets for five runs in the space of 45 balls.SCOREBOARD WEST INDIES 1st Innings (overnight 264 for eight) S. Hetmyer c wk Foakes b Anderson 81 +S. Dowrich c Buttler b Anderson 0 *J. Holder c & b Anderson 5 K. Roach c Root b Stokes 0 A. Joseph c Buttler b Anderson 0 S. Gabriel not out 0 Extras (lb5, nb1) 6 Total (all out, 101.3 overs) 289 Fall of wickets: 1-53, 2-126, 3-128, 4-174, 5-240, 6-250, 7-261, 8-264, 9-289, 10-289. Bowling: Anderson 30-13-46-5, Curran 12-3-54-0, Stokes 25.3-2-59-4, Moeen Ali 12-1-59-1, Rashid 17-1-56-0, Root 5-0-10-0. ENGLAND 1st Innings R. Burns b Roach 2 K. Jennings c Hope b Holder 17 J. Bairstow b Roach 12 *J. Root lbw b Holder 4 B. Stokes lbw b Roach 0 J. Buttler c wk Dowrich b Roach 4 Moeen Ali c Joseph b Roach 0 +B. Foakes c wk Dowrich b Joseph 2 S. Curran c Hope b Gabriel 14 A. Rashid c Holder b Joseph 12 J. Anderson not out 0 Extras (b4, lb6) 10 TOTAL (all out, 30.2 overs) 77 Fall of wickets: 1-23, 2-35, 3-44, 4-44, 5-48, 6-48, 7-49, 8-61, 9-73, 10-77. Bowling: Roach 11-7-17-5, Gabriel 7-2-15-1, Holder 8-3-15-2, Joseph 4.2-1-20-2. WEST INDIES 2nd Innings K. Brathwaite lbw b Moeen Ali 24 J. Campbell c Jennings b Stokes 33 S. Hope c Jennings b Stokes 3 D. Bravo c Stokes b Moeen Ali 1 R. Chase c Stokes b Moeen Ali 0 S. Hetmyer c Buttler b Curran 31 +S. Dowrich not out 27 *J. Holder not out 27 Extras (b1) 1 TOTAL (6 wkts, 36 overs) 127 Fall of wickets: 1-52, 2-60, 3-61, 4-61, 5-61, 6-120. Bowling: Anderson 4-1-9-0, Curran 7-0-28-1, Moeen Ali 12-2-41-3, Stokes 11-2-31-2, Rashid 2-0-17-0. Position: West Indies lead by 339 runs. Toss: West Indies. Umpires: Rod Tucker, Chris Gaffaney; TV – Kumar Dharmasena.last_img read more

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Petr Cech switches to ice hockey

first_imgLONDON (AP):Former Chelsea and Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech is trying his hand – or glove – at ice hockey.The 37-year-old Cech, who retired from playing football in the summer and rejoined Chelsea in a backroom role, has signed for British lower-division hockey team Guildford Phoenix as a goaltender.Cech is an avid follower of the National Hockey League in the United States and said he played the sport as a youngster in the Czech Republic.“I am delighted to have the opportunity to play with the Phoenix to get the match experience,” Cech told the club’s website. “I hope I can help this young team to achieve their goals for the season and try to win as many games as possible when I have the chance to play. After 20 years of professional football, this is going to be a wonderful experience for me to play the game I loved to watch and play as a kid.”Guildford was founded in 2017 and plays in the fourth tier of British hockey.Club head coach Milos Melicherik, a former professional hockey player from Slovakia, said: “We are very excited to have Petr join the Phoenix team, and we are looking forward to seeing him in action this weekend. He has improved a lot since I first saw him on the ice, and I am excited to see him play.”The Phoenix host Swindon Wildcats on Sunday.Cech won four English Premier League (EPL) titles, four English FA Cups, three English League Cups, the UEFA Champions League and the Europa League, during his Chelsea career, with a further FA Cup success coming at Arsenal.He holds the record for the most clean sheets in the EPL.last_img read more

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Hamilton, typhoon eye Suzuka

first_imgSUZUKA, Japan (AP):Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton knows a win at this weekend’s typhoon-threatened Japanese Grand Prix will go a long way in sealing a sixth Formula One championship.Hamilton has a commanding 73-point lead over teammate Valtteri Bottas with five races left. Given Hamilton’s success at the 5.807-kilometer (3.608-mile) Suzuka circuit, the odds are clearly in his favour.Hamilton has won here in four of the last five races.“The races are counting down, but we are just trying to take things one race at a time, put one foot in front of the other and not stumble,” Hamilton, who is coming off a win in Russia, said. “When you have a battle like this, you’re working flat out, turning over every stone and questioning every little thing you can do better.” WEATHER FORECAST If Hamilton is able to win this weekend, he will equal Michael Schumacher’s record for the highest number of wins at the Japanese GP with six. Hamilton won with McLaren in 2007 and with Mercedes in 2014, 2015, 2017, and last year.Japan’s weather agency has warned that Typhoon Hagibis is expected to make landfall on Japan’s main island over the weekend, with Suzuka potentially taking a direct hit.Current forecasts suggest that Hagibis will reach Japan’s shores on Saturday when final practice and qualifying are due to take place.The Japanese GP will also see the next chapter in the ongoing drama at Ferrari. Team strategy in the last two races in Singapore and Russia has resulted in some awkwardness between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc.In Russia, the Italian team threw away a possible one-two finish after Vettel broke down and Leclerc dropped from first to third after a pre-race agreement went awry.In Singapore, Vettel won ahead of Leclerc after an early pit-stop allowed the German driver to pass Leclerc, who started on pole and was seeking his third straight win.While the two drivers have been diplomatic in their public statements, comments over the team radio suggest otherwise.Leclerc played down any notion of a rift on Thursday.“Obviously, there was some misunderstanding from the car, but I think we’ve had a discussion, and everything is clear now,” Leclerc said. “Obviously, it felt like it was a huge deal from the outside, which it definitely wasn’t, but now, everything is fine.”Japanese fans have always enthusiastically supported the race and will get an added bonus this year.For the first time since 2014, a Japanese driver will drive an F1 car at Suzuka. Naoki Yamamoto will make his Formula 1 debut driving for Toro Rosso in the today’s first practice session.Yamamoto will replace Pierre Gasly in Full Practice 1, fulfilling Honda’s desire for a local driver to take part in the event the company supports financially.last_img read more

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USC men’s golf heads to NCAA Championships confident

first_imgUSC's Will Starke is on of the players that gives coach Bill McDonald confidence the Gamecocks can return to Columbia with the NCAA Championship.USC’s Will Starke is on of the players that gives coach Bill McDonald confidence the Gamecocks can return to Columbia with the NCAA Championship.COLUMBIA – The South Carolina men’s golf team has competed at a high level for several years.But this year, when the team begins play in the NCAA Championships at The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Florida, it will be with a heightened sense of confidence.“We have a lot of confidence going in,” said senior Caleb Sturgeon, a Laurens native. “This year we have just kept building on what we’ve done. Looking back to the past three years and who we have on the team, everybody has been to a national championship.“It allows us to build on those days and use that as confidence going forward. We’re looking forward to it. It is always a great experience going to the national championship.”The Gamecocks, rated No. 6 in Golfstat Rankings, had to hustle to qualify for the NCAAs.Despite entering the NCAA Regionals in Bremerton, Washington as the top seed, they were on the verge of elimination on the final day.The team turned things around on the back nine, however, going 13-under par to climb into second place and clinch a position in the championships.“Last year weren’t really a finishing team,’ said junior Matt NeSmith. “We played really good the first couple rounds, then we would hang in there and then we would struggle down the stretch.RELATED: Food may be key to USC’s success “It has been the complete opposite this year, especially at regionals. I don’t really know what it is. It’s not really anything you think about. For some reason we’ve all just kind of started to click at the right time. We don’t really talk about it.“It’s just kind of an unsaid thing that has kind of been happening all year. We’re just going to roll with it.”The team hopes it won’t have to completely rely on that clutch gene in Florida as it plans getting off to a quicker start.The team left for Bradenton last weekend where it walked the course.That gave it a chance to get the lay of the land before it plays a practice round on Thursday.“I think we’re a lot more relaxed and a lot more prepared that we have been the last two years,” said junior Will Starke. Two years ago in Atlanta, none of us had played in a national championship before, and then this year I think we’re more experienced.“We’ve had such a good season this year that we don’t have to prove anything, just go down there and play our game. We know we can do it. We’re just going to go down there and take care of business.”Gamecock coach Bill McDonald is taking his team to the NCAAs for the third straight season.This time around is different, however, for several reasons.“I have had talent here before,” said McDonald. “I have never had the depth we have now. We’re five or six players deep this year, maybe even seven. Really we were seven deep.“In the past, I have had anywhere from two to three good players and then I’m trying to develop and bring some other guys up. That’s where the inconsistency was happening.”That’s why he believes his squad has the ability to potentially bring the big prize back to Columbia.“Two years ago I think we were just happy to make it,” said McDonald. “Last year we were kind of expecting it, but this year was a little different feeling.“We know we have an opportunity to win a national championship and that’s the goal.”last_img read more

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