Sunday, October 10, 2010

CCDI champs in PCCL South Luzon- Bicol

CCDI: The Champion of South Luzon Bicol

 The Computer Communication Development Institute Wildcats marked 4-0 straight win in the recently concluded South Luzon – Bicol Championship of the Philippine Collegiate Champions League held last October 4 – 6, 2010 in Sorsogon Provincial Gymnasium. Such performance landed CCDI into the championship title of the South Luzon elimination.

Michael Adamos dominated the rebound against
the towers of Bicol College
CCDI did an impressive performance after sweeping the giant universities in South Luzon - Bicol area in the basketball league held last October 4 - 6, 2010 in Sorsogon Provincial Gymnasium, Sorsogon City. It has defeated the Manuel S. Enverga University of Lucena City, Ateneo de Naga Unveristy, Bicol College and Amando Cope College of TAbaco City

Dharen Lacdao, Wildcats captain ball did his defensive role 
to his team Wildcats
The CCDI Wildcats upset the Bicol College Maroons with a score of 90 - 63 in the final game. The Maroons were rattled of the run and gun offense strategy of the Wildcats.

The leap and the power of Adamos, an advantage of the
 Michael Adamos lead the Wildcats’ score making 16 points. Julius Jayona also did an impressive performance of 13 points. Jay Diesta and Shelby Gobris helped the scoring with 12 and 13 points, respectively in this regional tilt sponsored by the Rotary Club of Metro Sorsogon and Rotary Club of Pasig Sunrise.

“I am happy to say that Sorsogon college basketball has improved a lot. This team, though composed of a small lineup is characterized of great courage and huge heart for basketball, that is why they win,” said by Coach Joe Lipa, PCCL Executive Director.

Man-to man defense: The brick of the game
 Coach Ron Ryan Jalmanzar took the advantage of his power point guard, Shelby Gobris who orchestrated the game dominating the Maroons point guards in this league brought by Smart Communications and PLDT.

Basketball is not all about height. It's about heart.
 The Maroons were unsuccessful of making use of their height advantage over the Wildcats who did sustain stamina until the last quarter of the game. The lead continue to escalate as the key players of the Bicol College dropped to the ground one by one, when Coach Ron use his trapping defense and running attack.

Visuals, reflections must be used to win the game

Coach Ron, his authority over his men supreme in court.
 The Manuel S. Enverga University Foundations, Inc. landed runner-up for making 3-1 game standing. Enverga U failed to bring home the coveted championship trophy because of its defeat against CCDI Wildcats in the opening game.

The Ateneo de Naga University Knights submerged to fourth rank with 1-3 standing. The Knights were heavily savaged by CCDI with a score of 61-79. Ateneo was followed by Amando Cope College with 0-4 record.

Shelby Gobris was declared the Most Valuable Player while Julius Jayona (CCDI), Avila (Ateneo) Pelaez (Enverga) and Salinas (Bicol College) were rowed in the Mythical Five

Vice Mayor Bobet, Coach JOa Lipa and Sir Edgar Balasta
entertained, learned from the enigma of this game.

The sixth man of the game, its the crowd.

The Wildcats, inspired to play as the faculty memebrs and students
cheer for them.

Almost near to championship! Coach Ron, happy... very happy!

The celebration.. the cheers... it pumps up!

“PCCL is my most awaited league. I know how strong our opponents are. That is why, I keep my stamina strong. Thanks God, our sacrifices worked,” Gobris exclaimed.

“PCCL has helped developed our team become more competitive. My team knew where they will be going. They always look up to challenging UAAP and NCAA teams,” quoted by Coach Ron Jalmanzar.

The joy! Afther hardship... it's success!

The Wildcats, subsiding energies after the game.
It was the best game so far!

Together.. we won!

The mythical five... the MVP... Shelby Gobris

The Mythical Five: Shelby (CCDI) Julius Jayona (CCDI), Pelaez (Enverga), Salinas (BC)
and Avila (Ateneo)

It takes two to tango.. the MVP and the Best Coach

We started as One..
We win as One...

Life is worth celebrating for!

A snap photo with the father of collegiate basketball...
Coach Joe Lipa.
 The CCDI Wildcats will represent the South-Luzon in the Zonal Elimination which might be scheduled on November 8 – 12 to be held in ULTRA, Pasig City. Expected to compete with CCDI are National University and the University of Manila.

The future of Sorsogon Basketball
... Dandan and Mark

Proud to be our home grown  coach, Ron Ryan Jalamanzar
Player noon... BEst coach na ngayon!
It has been noted that CCDI was the Bicol’s official delegation for basketball men of the CHED National Games held in Manila last February, 2010.


    PARABENS !!!

    fr. PAOLO ALUTTO from the BRASIL

  2. Congratulations Wildcats! I heard how bad the local government officials treated you there despite of the honor and accomplishment you are giving to SORSOGON.

    Continue working for the pride of Sorsogon. Kaya kami umalis dyan dahil sa sobrang bulok ng sistema sa pulitika. Pati ba naman sports, gusto pa nila angkinin. KASAKIMAN NA YAN!

    Basta kami dito sa Manila, proud sa mga nagawa ninyo para sa Sorsogon.

    God is good. Kamkampi niya ang mga inaapi.

  3. keep up the good work guyzz:))