Filoil Flying V Premiere Cup Scores: May 7, 2011

Kiefer Ravena and Bobby Ray Parks are sure to
have some epic match-ups in the years to come
(image by Jan Dizon/Filoil Flying V Sports)
Speeding Bullets:
- Looks like the FEU-FERN Baby Tams can give the favored Jr. Archers a run for this year's UAAP Juniors plum.
- Adamson has always been a balanced lot, but who is the star who can get them over the hump and finally make a good run at the UAAP Seniors title?
- The Tamaraws played sans Aldrech Ramos, but that doesn't really justify their struggle against the hard-luck UE Red Warriors. Seems like Bert Flores will really miss the services of the ever-reliable Reil Cervantes up front.
- The Red Warriors don't have big names, but, as they always do, will spring some upsets this coming season.
- NU has been playing splendidly in the preseason, but will that translate into more Ws come July? Or will the other 7 teams finally figure out that this is just a one-man team?
- Ateneo still played solid despite the absence of Norman Black, Jamike Jarin, and some other key players. Still the favorites I guess, or maybe I'm just biased. :)


MIT Red Robins over AU Braves, 87-74
The Red Robins swatted the Chiefs out of the court
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DLSZ Jr. Archers over FEU-FERN Baby Tamaraws, 74-65
The Baby Tams foil this attempt, but the game belonged to the Junior Archers
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Seniors :

AdU Falcons over EAC Generals, 57-54

Adamson 57 – Camson 15, Alvarez 11, Manyara 7, Nuyles 6, Lozada 5, Brondial 5, Colina 4, Etrone 4, Cañada 0, Cruz 0, Cabrera 0, Petilos 0

EAC 54 – Happi 13, Tayongtong 10. Cubo 9, Jamon 8, Chiong 8, Yaya 2, VIllegas 2, Diolanto 2, Sanchez 0, Manuel 0

Quarter scoring: 12-9, 32-26, 42-41, 57-54
Lester Alvarez scoping the floor for the Falcons
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Noube Happi and Eric Camson get ready for the rebound
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Both teams scramble for the loose ball
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This iteration of the Falcons might have just one last chance
at a legit championship run
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FEU Tamaraws over UE Red Warriors, 80-77

FEU 80 – M. Bringas 17, Cawaling 14, Garcia 14, Noundou 8, Exciminiano 8, Knuttel 7, Romeo 6, Escoto 4, Tolomia 2, Cruz 0, Sentcheu 0, Mendoza 0

UE 77 – Sumido 20, Duran 13, Noble 12, Zamar 9, Flores 7, Tagarda 5, Casajeros 5, Enguio 2, Santos 2, Calo 2, Sumang 0, Razon 0, Montalvo 0, Zosa 0, Montelibano 0

Quarter scoring: 22-24, 49-40, 63-55, 80-77
Jenz Knuttel enforces the half-court trap
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FEU's Pipo Noundou drives strong
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Warrior big man Erwin Duran skies for the deuce
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Can JR Cawaling finally have a season worthy of his potential?
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AdMU Blue Eagles over NU Bulldogs, 71-66

ADMU 71 – Chua 17, Ravena 13, Monfort 11, Salva 8, Erram 6, Austria 6, Long 2, Golla 2, Gonzaga 2, Sumalinog 2, Tiongson 0

NU 66 – Parks 21, Khobuntin 10, Alolino 10, Singh 7, Villamor 5, Celda 4, Labing-isa 3, Betayene 2, Neypes 2, Magat 2, Eman 0, Terso 0, Ignacio 0, Celiz 0, Javillonar 0, Roño 0

Quarter scoring: 17-13, 39-35, 50-50, 71-66

Zags Gonzaga will be counted on to provide a spark
off the bench
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The Phenom just takes on all comers
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Justin Chua did more than grab rebounds against the NU Bulldogs
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Kirk Long looks wait for the Nico Salva screen
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Salva's off-form floater is actually part of his repertoire
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Bobby Ray Parks drives past Kirk Long
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