The 2012 Filoil Flying V Preseason Hanes Cup: May 23, 2012 Notes, Scores and Photos

RR GArcia hit 25 points as the Tamaraws cruised to
their fifth win in the 2012 Filoil Preseason Hanes Cup.

- Mario Bonleon continues to be the most prolific scorer for the Greenies, who now tote a 3-1 slate. The brothers Paras also did well here, combining for 16 points and 5 rebounds. On the other end of the floor, Arwin Margallo, Reiner Quinga, and Kharl Pangaibat tried their best to rally the Baby Falcons, who were in striking distance till the fourth and final frame, where the LSGH unloaded a 26-15 bomb that left the outcome beyond doubt.
- Carlo Lastimosa played an all-around game to tow his Blazers to just their second win in the Filoil tourney. CSB rallied from a 7-point deficit at the start of the final quarter to prevail over a reeling Adamson squad. Lastimosa punctured the net for 16 points to go along with 7 rebounds and 6 assists to display a well-rounded effort rarely seen from the one-time Blue Eagle. Robert Bartolo had what was easily his best game of the summer so far, narrowly missing a double-double with 17 markers and 9 boards to aid Lastimosa. The strong interior presence of both Eric Camson and Rodney Brondial, both of whom combined for 38 points and 18 rebounds, failed to sustain the momentum for the Falcons, who have now dropped 4 of their 6 games.

- In a contest that saw the ejection of a handful of players, the San Sebastian Stags took advantage of a depleted EAC quintet and prevailed for the fourth time in six games. Calvin Abueva was his beastly self again, collecting 19 points, 16 rebounds, and 7 assists for Baste. He was ably supported by Ian Sangalang, Jovit Dela Cruz, and Dexter Maiquez, who scored 17, 13, and 10 points respectively. Only 6 players finished the game for the Generals, who were suffering from injuries to four players. Together with SSC’s Michael Miranda, EAC’s Igee King and Jan Acebron were thrown out of the playing court after getting slapped with disqualifying fouls. EAC wasted the strong efforts of Remy Morada and Noube Happi, both of whom scored 18 markers. Happi added another double-double to his total this summer by also grabbing 13 boards.
- In the final game of the day, the FEU Tamaraws successfully remained in solo second in their group after defeating the Arellano Chiefs. With this win, FEU is at 5-1, just behind the idle NU Bulldogs. The Tams were led by the combined might of RR Garcia and Terrence Romeo, who scored 25 and 23 points respectively. The dynamic backcourt duo also paired up for 7 treys, 6 assists, and 3 steals. The Chiefs, who fell to 2-4, were led by Ike Ciriacruz’s 18 points and 3 triples. Curiously enough, Arellano was without one of its banner newcomers this season – James Forrester.

LSGH Greenies over AdU Baby Falcons, 73-52
La Salle 73 – Bonleon 25, Laigo 9, Paras A 9, Ramilo 7, Paras K 7, Yap 5, Barrera 4, Rangel 4, Tesorero 3, Sy 0, Mercado 0, Pumaren 0
Adamson 52 – Margallo 14, Quinga 12, Pangaibat 9, Munsayac 6, Asistio 4, Javier 3, Barroga 2, Fernandez 1, Ylagan 1, Pacturan 0, Magkalas 0, Nemenzo 0, Inigo 0, Villos 0, Casino 0, Solomon 0 
QS: 15-8, 31-23, 47-37, 73-52
Notable Performances:
Mario Bonleon (LSGH) – 25pts, 7rebs, 4 treys, 4asts, 1stl, 1blk
Arwin Margallo (AdU) – 14pts, 9rebs, 2asts, 2stls

Mario Bonleon skies for the twinner as the Greenies
beat the Baby Falcons.
Arwin Margallo continues to be the most
consistent scorer for Adamson.
CSB Blazers over AdU Soaring Falcons, 71-66
Benilde 71 – Bartolo 17, Lastimosa C 16, Taha 12, Tan 9, Mconocido 6, Deles 4, Tolentino 3, Romero 2, Grey 2, Sinco 0, Ongtengco 0, Altamirano 0, Carlos 0
Adamson 66 – Camson 23, Brondial 15, Nuyles 10, Cabrera 7, Cruz 3, Monteclaro 2, Petilos 2, Olalia 2, Julkipli 1, Rios 1, Trollano 0, Etrone 0, Cabigas 0, Abrigo 0, Agustin 0
QS: 14-12, 31-30, 44-51, 71-66
Notable Performances:
Carlo Lastimosa (CSB) – 16pts, 7rebs, 6asts, 2stls, 1blk
Eric Camson (AdU) – 23pts, 8rebs, 1ast, 1stl

Ryan Monteclaro is tagged to be the Falcons' starting
PG for Season 75.
Rodney Brondial had a good game despite the
loss for the Soaring Falcons.
Robert Bartolo was a tower of strength in the
paint for the Blazers.
SSC Golden Stags over EAC Generals, 83-68
San Sebastian 83 – Abueva 19, Sangalang 17, Dela Cruz 13, Maiquez 10, Rebollos 8, Juico 6, Miranda 4, Vitug 2, Balucanag 2, Binuya 2, Antipuesto 0, Grilli 0, Trinidad 0
Emilio Aguinaldo 68 – Morada 18, Happi 18, Monteclaro 13, Chiong 8, Pillas 5, King 5, Mallari 1, Duran 0
QS: 20-18, 43-36, 62-55, 83-68
Notable Performances:
Calvin Abueva (SSC) – 19pts, 16rebs, 7asts, 1stl
Noube Happi (EAC) – 18pts, 13rebs, 1ast

Noube Happi added another double-double
to his name against SSC.
Calvin Abueva filled up the stat-sheet anew
against the Generals.
FEU Tamaraws over AU Chiefs, 79-64
FEU 79 – Garcia 25, Romeo 23, Hargrove 11, Tolomia 8, Belo 6, Pogoy 2, Mendoza 2, Cruz 2, Escoto 0, Jumaoas 0, Huevos 0, Inigo 0
Arellano 64 – Ciriacruz 18, Serjue 15, Caperal 10, Acidre 9, Hernandez 8, Cadavis 2, Pinto 2, Salcedo 0, Malanday 0, Lunas 0, Bangga 0, Palma 0, Casino 0
QS: 21-7, 33-19, 54-41, 79-64
Notable Performances:
RR Garcia (FEU) – 25pts, 3 treys, 2rebs, 2asts, 2stls
AJ Serjue (AU) – 15pts, 4asts, 3stls, 2rebs

Nard Pinto tries to go down the middle in this bit
of fastbreak action against FEU.
Anthony Hargrove shows the hops as he jams
the rock thru the hoop.

*All images are by Carl Sta. Ana/Filoil Flying V Sports.
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