Huwebes, Mayo 2, 2019

Jr. NBA Philippines completes National Training Camp Roster with Metro Manila participants!

The twenty-nine finalists from the NCR who will join the Jr. NBA National Training Camp in Manila this May and compete alongside other finalists from Baguio, Lucena, Dumaguete and Butuan are: (1st row, L-R): Sophia Amol, Princes BJ Villarin, Rochelle Omalin; (2nd row, L-R): Crisciona Anne Bagasani, Leanne Jazmine Catalan, Erika Nadine Tenorio, Frances Maxine Pamintuan, Ellen Parane, Justine Mhyrra Vibanco, Jam Lachica, Ysabela Gonzales; (3rd row, L-R): Dancylle Busime, Ciara Centeno, Kharel Siapoc, Merylle Cuasay, Kyla Marie Mataga, Franchesca Isabela Buenvenida, Aaliyah Reyes, Diane Camille Nolasco, and Franchesca Galauran; (4th row, L-R): Lanze Ronquillo, Elijah Ray Yusi, Joshua Miguillo, Syrex Silorio, Sebastian Roy Reyes, Daniel Padilla, Mark Kerby Samson, James Yuan Ison, and Hikaru Policarpio. Also in photo are Jr. NBA Coach Rob Newson and Alaska Coaches Jeff Cariaso, Willie Miller and Tony dela Cruz.  
Nine boys and 20 girls topped the final Regional Selection Camp of Jr. NBA Philippines 2019 presented by Alaska held April 27-28 at the Don Bosco Technical Institute in Makati, which will also serve as the venue for the National Training Camp on May 17-19. 

Participants of the Jr. NBA Philippines 2019 presented by Alaska Manila Regional Selection Camp
The young athletes, selected by Jr. NBA Coaches Rob Newson and Alaska’s Jeffrey Cariaso, Tony dela Cruz and Willie Miller, stood out from the 591 participants, exhibiting fundamental skills and core values of Sportsmanship, Teamwork, a positive Attitude and Respect (S.T.A.R.) throughout the two-day event.  They will join top players from the Regional Selection Camps in North Luzon (Benguet), South Luzon (Lucena), Visayas (Dumaguete) and Mindanao (Butuan) and a select group from the Alaska Power Camp and vie to be named as 2019 Jr. NBA Philippines All-Stars comprised of five boys and five girls.

Hounded by two defenders, this Jr. NBA player surveys the court for a pass to her teammates.
New this year, the Jr. NBA Philippines All-Stars will be sent to the first Jr. NBA Global Championship Asia Pacific Selection Camp, a week-long camp in June that includes top youth players from the Asia-Pacific region excluding China.  

FLY HIGH. This Jr. NBA cager soars above his defender for a basket.
In addition, the Asia-Pacific regional competition will form a team of 10 boys and 10 girls that will represent the region at the Jr. NBA Global Championship on Aug. 6-11 at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World near Orlando, Florida that will feature youth players from the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, China, Mexico, Africa, India, and the Asia-Pacific.

This budding young baller showcases her ball handling skills in the dribbling station.
Jr. NBA Philippines 2019 is presented by Alaska, with AXA, Gatorade, Globe, Panasonic, Rexona and Vivo as official partners. ABS-CBN S+A, Basketball TV, and NBA Premium TV are the official broadcasters of Jr. NBA Philippines.

Alaska Ace Carl Bryan Cruz encourages these young players to keep working hard to reach their basketball dreams.
Participants can now register for the Jr. NBA program online at www.jrnba.asia/philippines, and follow Jr. NBA on Facebook and the NBA at www.nba.com and on Facebook and Twitter.  Fans can visit www.alaskamilk.com to learn more about Alaska Milk Corporation, and follow Alaska Milk on Facebook for more information about Alaska Sports.


The following is a complete list of participants selected from the Jr. NBA Philippines Regional Selection Camp in Metro Manila advancing to the Jr. NBA Philippines National Training Camp:

Nine boys from the Jr. NBA Manila Regional Selection Camp who will compete in the National Training Camp in May pose with Jr. NBA and Alaska coaches plus Alaska Aces players at the end of the camp. (L-R): James Yuan Ison, Lanze Ronquillo, Joshua Minguillo, Daniel Padilla, Sebastian Roy Reyes, Syrex Silorio, Elijah Ray Yusi, Hikaru Policarpio, and Mark Kerby Samson. At back are Jr. NBA and Alaska Coaches Tony dela Cruz, Jeffery Cariaso, Willie Miller, Rob Newson, Eric dela Cuesta and Kalvin Sangalang. The Alaska Aces are Gboy Babilonia, Carl Byran Cruz, Jeron Teng, Davon Potts, Sonny Thoss, and JVee Casio
The 20 girl finalists at the Jr. NBA Manila Regional Selection Camp who will advance to the National Training Camp in May with their coaches and Alaska Aces players. They are (1st row, L-R): Ellen Parane, Justine Mhyrra Vibanco, Kyla Marie Mataga, Ysabela Gonzales, Diane Camille Nolasco, Ciara Centeno, Leanne Jazmine Catalan, Frances Maxine Pamintuan, Erika Nadine Tenorio; (2nd row, L-R): Kharel Siapoc, Crisciona Anne Bagasani, Sophia Amol, Rochelle Omalin, Aaliyah Reyes, Franchesca Isabela Buenvenida, Princess BJ Villarin, Franchesca Galauran, Merylle Cuasa, Dancylle Busime, and Jam Lachica. Also in photo are Jr. NBA and Alaska Coaches Willie Miller, Jeffery Cariaso, Tony dela Cruz, Rob Newson, Eric dela Cuesta, Kalvin Sangalang and Alaska Aces Jeron Teng, Davon Potts, Carl Bryan Cruz, Gboy Babilonia, Sonny Thoss and JVee Casio. 



About the NBA
The NBA is a global sports and media business built around four professional sports leagues: the National Basketball Association, the Women’s National Basketball Association, the NBA G League and the NBA 2K League. The NBA has established a major international presence with games and programming in 215 countries and territories in 50 languages, and merchandise for sale in more than 100,000 stores in 100 countries on six continents. NBA rosters at the start of the 2018-19 season featured 108 international players from 42 countries and territories. NBA Digital’s assets include NBA TV, NBA.com, the NBA App and NBA League Pass. The NBA has created one of the largest social media communities in the world, with 1.5 billion likes and followers globally across all league, team, and player platforms. Through NBA Cares, the league addresses important social issues by working with internationally recognized youth-serving organizations that support education, youth and family development, and health-related causes.

About Alaska Milk
Given the growing issues on health as well as the fast-changing technological environment, which leads to the change in children’s interests and behavior or sedentary lifestyle, Alaska believes that there is a need to reinforce its thrust in leading a healthy lifestyle not just by drinking milk but also by leading an active lifestyle. Alaska seeks to engage the youth, especially younger kids, in sports.
                              
Alaska Milk looks beyond selling milk – it sells nutrition and by doing so, the Company and brand Alaska is doing its part in nation-building.  Through youth sports development programs, Alaska is able to help nourish children for them to develop into champions in the field of interest and, in general, in life.  The overall objective of the Alaska Sports is to strengthen the brand’s equity in nutrition through sports.  To portray Alaska Fortified as a brand that helps instill the values of determination, discipline, teamwork, and hard work among the youth through sports.




Walang komento:

Mag-post ng isang Komento