Sign in
View: Mobile | Desktop
 
FOLLOW US:  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn  RSS
Men Women
Micronesia Internationally
Not Available
Authors:
Join Us!!! We are looking for someone to help us cover Micronesian basketball. Please send us an e-mail.
Standings
 1. Silencer 8-2 
 2. Black Mamba 7-2 
 3. Tropang Ridhors 7-4 
 4. Batang BB 6-3 
 5. White House 6-4 
 6. Spigen 5-5 
 7. Green Minded 5-6 
 8. Team Sawi 4-5 
 9. Gold Ballers 4-6 
 10. Vendetta 4-6 
 11. Green Archers 1-10 

Pelisamen still leads BANMI scoring - Mar 18, 2004


POSTED BY:
GREG
E-mail Greg:
Greg's Articles 
| Follow Greg on  Facebook Twitter

Scoring phenom Fred Pelisa-men of powerhouse APC Brothers continues to scorch the nets at will in the ongoing 2nd Annual BANMI Budweiser Cup, and thus, holds a firm yet slim lead in the scoring race through one round of the play.
The skillful guard has seen action in all of his squad's seven games, and has torched the nets for 178 points, resulting in a league-best average of 25.4 points per outing. But what makes Pelisamen's first round a little bit sweeter is that his squad currently ranks second in the league with a respectable 6-1 win-loss card.
Right behind Pelisamen is fellow rival Dave Sablan of the Diablo. The long-time San Antonio scoring machine still makes a statement each time he steps on the court, and has sizzled for 172 points for an average of 24.6 points per match. His squad is also having a solid run courtesy of a 5-2 record.
Former National player and Micronesian Games veteran Mark Wallace follows in the No. 3 spot with an average of 24.1 points per game. Playing under the San Vicente Sunrisers flag, Wallace has taken leadership of the scoring duties for his squad and has turned the lights on for 169 points.
Pelisamen's elder brother, Randy, is also making a name for himself as he averages 21.4 markers per game for Lebwel. Though quiet and humble, the guard catches many flatfooted with his aggressive play and soft touch from the perimeter. He has a team-high 150 points.
Veteran and fastbreak master Tony Diaz of the Brothers comes in the No. 5 spot after canning 116 points for an average of 16.6 points per game, while George Masga of Diablo follows with an average of 16.3 points per game after slicing and dicing his way for 114 points.
For his part, Erik Ouimette of the Sun Devils holds a seventh-best 16.2 average, while Tinian's John Santos, who plays with the league-leading Toyota Ol'Aces I, sports a 15.3 average for the eighth slot.
Capping off the top 10 list are slotman Jawn Joyner of the Sunrisers and forward Edsel Mendoza of the Ol'Aces I. Joyner currently posts a 14.4 average after tormenting opponents for 101 points, while Mendoza is riding on a 13.2 average with 92 points in his name.
  



Basketball team final roster out - 8 months ago
Many-time national coach Elias Rangamar yesterday released the 12-man roster for the CNMI men's national basketball team that will be competing in the 9th Micronesian Games in Yap. The squad will be led by Danandro Barcinas, Preston Basa, Jack Lizama, and Douglas Schmidt Jr., who also represented the Commonwealth in last year's Pacific Mini Games in Vanuatu. Dean Blake, Coby Santos, Jeff Deleon Guerrero, Marvin Rabauliman, Aiferson Atan, Geno Libuw, N-Nes Siech, and Christian Mizer are th...   [read more]
Streaking Ol'Aces rout BSI - 8 months ago
The Ol'Aces' scoring surge continued, as they pounded BSI, 100-70, during the men's division game in 2018 MIBF Island-wide Basketball League last Wednesday night at the Gilbert C. Ada Gymnasium. With another easy win, the Ol'Aces kept their perfect record (3-0) in the eight-team field, while BSI dropped to an even 1-1 slate after prevailing in its season debut against the Genesis All-Stars   [read more]
Basketball leagues meeting Friday - 10 months ago
Organizers of the Francisco M. Diaz Memorial Youth League and the 2018 Men's and Women's Island-wide Premier Basketball League are calling all coaches to attend tomorrow's meeting at 5:30pm at the Gilbert C. Ada Gymnasium conference room. The meeting will discuss the opening of both leagues and other important issues. The FMD Memorial Youth League is for Under 15 and U18 boys, while the IPBL is an open division. The leagues have attracted a combined 31 teams. Eight teams have signed up fo...   [read more]


1 | 2 | 3
1 | 2 | 3

Loading...
Site Map:
Australiabasket.com Member Services: Other Basketball Sites:
Copyright (c) 1998-2018 Sports I.T. Solutions Disclaimer

WARNING:
Do not copy, redistribute, publish or otherwise exploit information that you download from the site !
Do not encumber, license, modify, publish, sell, transfer or transmit, or in any way exploit, any of the content of the site, nor will you attempt to do so.