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FD ALUMNI BASKETBALL TOURNEY SCOREBOARD

Get all the scores from every game all FD Friars Alumni tourney long here with Guam Sports Network!

Get all the scores from every game all tourney long here with Guam Sports Network!

Tourney Leading Scorers

Shawn Perez (2002) – 32.7 points
Dominic Sablan (2009) – 25.6 points
Earvin Jose (2010) – 24.7 points
Romeo Sanchez (1998) – 20.3 points
Julius Yu (2006) – 20.3 points

DAY 1

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79/80- 39, 88- 35

Day 2

2014 – 59, 2015 – 58 (Jeremiah Taitano 18 pts)
1975 – 47, 1965 – 39 (Don Brooks 20 pts)
2009 – 48, 2001/2003 – 35 (Dominic Sablan 21 pts)
2007 – 57, 2000/2002 – 46 (Brandon Duenas 14 pts)
1992 – 36, 1970 – 32 (Steve Pangelinan 14 pts)
2008 – 37, 2005 – 31 (Kevin Dunn 6 pts)
2010 – 82, 2012 – 48 (Earvin Jose 26 pts)
1991/1998 – 53, 1995 45 (Romeo Sanchez 21 pts)
2010 – 76, 2015 37 (Andrew Eusebio 18 pts)

Day 3

The FD alumni basketball opening weekend is in the books and the games provided much excitement to those present at the FD gym known as “the Jungle”. The defending champion class of 2004 improved to 2-0 in the tournament thanks to a buzzer beating shot by Matt Leon Guerrero to defeat the class of 2008 by a score of 42-39.

After 2008 tied the game at 39 apiece, the inbounds pass was to Leon Guerrero with 4 ticks left on clock. Leon Guerrero dribbled up court and put up a “blue line” 32-foot prayer that was answered for the victory.

In the late game, the 4-time champion class of 2006 got vengeance against the class of 2012 behind Julius Yu’s 26 points with the 61-59 victory.

The class of 2010 is making a strong run at the title this year, winning all their games to improve to 3-0 for the tournament. 2010 is receiving strong play from starters Earvin Jose, Ashton Wong and Drew Eusebio as they demolished their completion.

1979/80 – 40, 1974 – 22 (Frank Arriola 11 pts)
1999 – 46, 1996/97 – 42 (Will Valencia 17 pts)
2010-  47, 2010 – 42 (Earvin Jose 25 pts)
1985 – 43, 1989 – 37 (Dave Quichocho 10 pts)
1988 – 37, 1987 – 21 (Alfred LG 15 pts)
2004 – 42, 2008 – 39 (Matt LG 16 pts)
2006 – 61, 2012 – 59 (Julius Yu 26 pts)

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Day 4

The FD alumni basketball tournament fans were treated to a shootout Monday night. Yes, a shootout – in basketball. During the regular round robin games for the FD alumni tournament, overtime games are decided by 3-point shootouts from 5 members of each team. Instead of the traditional additional 4 minute overtime period, a shootout is played to keep the schedule of games on time.

After the class of 2013 and 2009 battled to a 53-all tie after regulation; a shootout was required.

Jose Terlaje made the first basket to open up the shootout for 2013 to go up 1-0. Terlaje’s bucket put pressure on the class of 2009 with Kevin Javier, Dom Sablan and Stephen Gatewood each missing from downtown to hand the class of 2013 the “W”.

Allan Santos from the class of 2013 hit the “go ahead” 3-pointer during the shootout to clinch the 2-0 victory.
Here are the scores from the evening:

1995 – 1994/1993/1990 (team 430) 51-43 top scorer: Jay Leon Guerrero, ’95, (18 points)
2013 – 53 , 2009 – 53 (2-0 during shootout) top scorer: Jon Onedera, ’13, (13 points)
1992 – 40, 1984 – 38 top scorer: Roy O’Brian, ’92, (12 points)

Day 5

1974 – 47, 1975 – 32 (Simon Sanchez 14 points)
2005 – 42, 2001/03 – 41 (Neal Espino 15 points)
2006 – 55, 2007 – 33 (AJ Reyes 17 points)

Day 6

1970 – 33, 1965 – 20 (Joe Perez 7 points)
1992 – 34, 1988 – 33 (Roy Abril 8 points)
1991/98 – 62, 1993/94/90 – 52 (Luis Cruz (20 points)

Day 7

1999 – 37, 1995 – 36 (Will Valencia 10 points)
1985 – 42, 1992 – 35 (Stan Blau 25 points)
1996/97 – 57, 1984 – 46 (Luis Blanco 25 points)

Day 8

1975 – 34, 1920 – 29 (Ben Fergurgur 8 points)
1987 – 43, 1989 – 37 (Tim Leddy 12 points)
2015 – 53, 2000/02 – 46 (Troy Corpuz 15 points)

Day 9

2013 – 47, 2014 – 40 (Mike Sakazaki 14 points)
1996/97 – 56, 2001/03 – 53 (Luis Blanco 21 points)
1974 – 45, 1965 – 37 (Andrew Eusabio 15 points)
2004 – 74, 2000/02 – 52 (Ricky Hernandez 20 points)
2008 – 73, 2007 – 27 (Kevin Dunn/Robert Balajadia 10 points)
2009 – 68, 2010 62 – (Dominic Sablan 24 points)
1999 – 45, 1991/98 – 44 (Corey Caso 7 points)
2013 – 59, 2012 – 53 (Mike Sakazaki 14 points)

Day 10

2001/03 – 41, 1990/93/94 – 32 (Jorge Paxton 15 points)
1979/80 – 39, 1975 – 37 (Dan Rapadas 14 points)
1995 – 44, 1988 – 42 (Nate Denight 21 points)
1984 – 47, 1985 – 46 (Roy Vigilante 18 points)
1992 – 43, 1987 – 28 (Roy Abril 8 points)
2006 – 48, 2006 – 29 (Rob Leon Guerrero)
2012 – 67, 2009 – 49 (John Ilao 18 points)

Day 11

1974 – 55, 1970 – 46 (Simon Sanchez 16 points)
1999 – 42, 2000/02 – 35 (Will Valencia 14 points)
2005 – 51, 2007 – 45 (Dwayne Sablan 14 points)

Day 12

1979/80 – 51, 1965 – 47 (Noy Javellana 10 points)
1990/93/94 – 49, 1996/97 – 37 (Rob Stroll 14 points)
1984 – 35, 1989 – 32 (Francis Diaz 11 points)

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