Jaguars make semis

THE semifinal cast is complete after the University of San Jose-Recoletos Jaguars whipped the University of Cebu Webmasters, 73-53, to move to the final four of the 2015 Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation Inc. (Cesafi) College basketball tournament at the Cebu Coliseum.

USJ-R broke away after a tough three quarters with a 22-9 blast in the fourth quarter to eliminate the Webmasters. The Jaguars join the University of the Visayas Green Lancers, University of San Carlos Warriors and the Southwestern University Cobras in the round-robin semifinal round which will determine who will vie for this year’s collegiate division championship.

However, the semis will have to wait until Tuesday as Cesafi will take a quick break with the annual All-Star Games today.

The one-day spectacle will feature the high school and the college All-Star Games, the 3-point shoot out and the slam dunk competition.

Cesafi will also present the winners of the Dancesports Competition and will welcome special guests Youtuber sensation Donalyn Bartolome and college rank popular rapper Shehyee, Viva records stars, who will perform solo and duet songs before the college All-Star game starts.

The high school All-Star game will start at 1 p.m. The players in the East Team are are Joshua Laurente, Neon Chavez, Jhlo Pakanna, Alje Mendez and Briedyn Smith of USC; John Kirk Gonzaga, Joshua Ortiz, Arnold Ando and Jude Teleron of USJ-R; Jancork Cabahug, Ramish Alforque, Michael Membrano, Beirn Laurente and Jim Paul Amistoso of UV and James Tempra of Cebu Eastern College and will be led by USJ-R coach Bong Pineda.
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