Guildford Cagers win inaugural Batang Pinoy Basketball League-Marlon Parel Cup

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    The Guildford Cagers fought back from a 10-point deficit to steal the game from the Primeline Autobody, 67-66, to become the First Season Batang Pinoy Basketball League Champion.


    Ryan Cabico is the Batang Pinoy Basketball League, Marlon Parel Cup Finals MVP.


    Ryan Cabico led his team with 27 points, 2 rebounds, and 4 steals with the help of his veteran teammate, Xtian Ferrer with 18 points, 4 rebounds, and 3 assists.


    Batang Pinoy Basketball League was organized with a vision to create camaraderie between 16 Filipino Basketball Teams around Lower Mainland.


    The league looks forward to having a positive impact on the lives of young athletes, their families, and the community.


    The event coordinators are Harold Abejo, Harry Acuna, Ace Bangalan, and Adrian Paddit.


    Realtor Marlon Parel is the Major Sponsor for Awards and Trophies.


    The scores in the championship game are:


    Guildford Cagers 67 – Cabico 27, Ferrer 18, Timario 10, Loling 4, Bacani 4, Cenezero 2, Salenga 2, Veluz 0, Lepiten 0, Sabinorio 0, Delgado 0, Maliksi 0, Canonizado 0.


    Primeline Autobody 66 – Sugue 28, Arellano 11, Bernardino 11, Chuateco 6, Pagbilao 4, Rivera 4, Coronel 2, Raquedan 0, Romero 0, Bonita 0, Santiago 0, Onal 0, Yanguas 0.


    Quarters: 18-16, 31-35, 42-50, 67-66


    The overall results of the inaugural Batang Pinoy Basketball League are:



    Guildford Cagers

    1st Runner-up:

    Primeline Autobody

    2nd Runner-up:


    3rd Runner-up:


    Mythical Five:

    Carlo Coronel (Hoopers)

    Philip Nguyen (Limitless)

    Patrick Chuateco (Primeline Autobody)

    Darwin Colita (Hoopsquad)

    Xtian Ferrer (Guildford Cagers)

    League MVP:

    Tristian Valdez (Tricity Warriors)

    Finals MVP:

    Ryan Cabico (Guildford Cagers)

    3pt shootout Champ:

    Tristian Valdez (Tricity Warriors)

    All-Star MVP:

    Kerr Gonzalez (Hoopers)

    Best in Team Uniform:




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