Don Bosco, UNO-R share lead in U16

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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

DON Bosco Technical Institute (DBTI) of Victorias City and University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos (UNO-R) proved too much for their opponents on Saturday for a 3-1 win-draw card to share the top spot of the U16 Division in the ongoing 2014 Dynamic Football League developmental games at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod City.

DBTI outhustled Negros Occidental High School, 3-1 as John Alfred Castañeda rolled in goals in the 25th and 32nd minutes before NOHS’ Joshua Jalbuena countered with a goal in the 35th minute. The Bosconians led 2-1 at half.

Don Bosco continued the attack until Lawrence Lagdamen found the back of the net in the 57th minute to seal their third victory in four appearances while NOHS dropped to 1-3 win-loss slate.


The Victorias-based booters who continued the Don Bosco tradition are Joshua Mari Alarcon, Jose Martin Arellano, Peter Kyn Azuelo, Arthur Emmanuel Baldava, Ervin Jon Bentic, Angelo de Castro, Lawrence Ian Diaz, Brent Huoston Estrella, Jaime Fermin, Kyle Gumawa, Philip Jurisprudencia, Yong Hyun Lee, Kyle Jeoffrey Lim, Lynse Reuben Olverio,Joseph Victor Pama, and Irving Tuarez.

Provincial High striker Jalbuena got support from Marcelino Alisbo, Krismarl Amaca, John Paul Eguid, Adam Cervañez, Clarck Venzeal Deang, Teejay Dominggo, Rhodzel Galas,Emmanuel Garcia, Nel Andre Infante, Mon Shadrach Jocson, Reuben Mapa, Giel Therense Mual, Leandro Pagara, Daryl Peruelo, Kenneth Salazar, Nico Sona, and John Cesar Sumaylo.

UNO-R easily manhandled Doña Montserrat Lopez National High School, 8-nil, giving the Silaynons a neat lesson in teamwork and a motivation to do better in its next game.

Mark Bryan Canlas opened the scoring spree in the seventh minute as Edward Ian Berlin added another in the 33rd minute. Gyles Encabo nailed his first score of the total four goals in the 40thminute before converting the remaining in the 51st, 52nd and 69th minutes. Meanwhile, other UNO-R booters Elijah Decena and Joshua de la Paz added two more in the 41st and 64thminute, respectively.

Also suited for the UNO-R are Farley Balboa, Eduardo Ballesteros, Edward Ian Berlin, Ray Francis Cantos, Luis Clauor, John Terence and Paul Klinbert Cordova, Alexis Dormido,Philip Dunlao, Daniel Mahilum, Jan Reu Mendoza, Arielle Reyes, Joelian Tupas, and Leandro Turiano.

Donning the Silay City team jersey are Arthur John Abatayo, Jules Gregory Arias, Jhonrey Lance Awid, Jayson Bejemino, Karl Joshua Belmonte, Kurt John Belmonte, Joshua Coleta, John Ryan Destajo, Mark Vincent Diode, Jiro Escarilla, Kelly Lavergas, Peter William Leono, Dino Naco, Johne Quebradero, Christian Paul Robles, John Taquiqui, Francis John Treyes, and Alvin Zulueta.

Bago City’s Ramon Torres National High School (RTNHS) scored in the second half to force a one-all draw against University of St. La Salle-Integrated School.

Brian Bermejo gave USLS the opening goal in the 33rd minute for a 1-nil advantage in the first half before Jay Carl Caracas equalized the scoreboard in the 57th minute.

Completing the USLS squad are Mel Christian Agena, Yves Leopold Akol, Jhan Nathaniel Alejandro, Paulo John Camorahan, Brad Cuaycong, John Anthony Gebusion, Simon Peter Jison, Miguel Lacson, Stefano Rafael Ledesma, Drake Dominic Lim, Ivan Nathaniel Montinola, Justin Mikael Moreno, Yrick Victor Navarro, Juan Paolo Pediongco, Joshua Rufino Sabino, Manuel Cedric Sy, and Joshua Philip Villacarlos.

Meanwhile, RTNHS is donned by Alfred Joshua Acero, Carlos Gabriel Castro, Rusty Concepcion, Juan Miguel Deles, Eleazar Eata, Venz Jovic Guanga, John Leoh Gumban, Carl Gerald Jastiva, Brian Oquiana, Johnsberg Sancho, Rey John Sernal, Jericho Tirado, Richmond Sinconiegue, Cris Villa, Gemoel Khryss Guanzon, Neil Patrick Cabalhin, and John Mark Martir. (HGD)

Synchrotek posts second win, Crossfit undefeated in 3 starts

Synchrotek-Summit notched its second victory at the expense of Crossfit-Creamy Yogurt 84-69 and Tanduay Ice remains undefeated in three starts by outpointing Colt 45 73-60 in the Fil-Sino Asia Brewery Inc. invitational Cup at Bacolod Tay Tung High School Po Hang Gym.

Synchrotek evened their record at 2-2 at the close of their 1st round assignment good for third place in Class A. Moreover, they never dropped a quarter against Crossfit-Creamy Yogurt.

Nico Lopingco and Gianc Reyes fired nine points each to spearhead Summit to a 47-35 halftime lead even as the trio of Bren Tajonera, Alvin Dionela and Raymund Lacson combined for 28 points for Crossfit.

Charles Del Castillo pumped in eight points for Crossfit in the third canto, but it was not enough to bring down the deficit as the balance offense of Synchrotek led by CJ Ramos six points push the lead to 65-51.

Del Castillo joined hands with Lacson and Dionela for a last ditch rally for Crossfit, but they were outscored by Synchrotek in the quarter 19-18 with Timothy Dumancas knocking down eight points to keep Creamy Yogurt at bay.

Reyes topscored with 17 points, Dumancas added 13 points, Ramos scored 12 points, Scott Salvacion made 10 points, Carlo Verzosa and Jappy Cuaycong hit six points each.

Del Castillo paced Crossfit with 16 points, backstopped by Lacson 13 points, Dionela 12 points, Tajonera 11 points, and Brian Coo six points.

In Class B action Tanduay Ice steps on the gas in the second quarter to break away from a 13 all first quarter standoff and posted a 39-26 lead at the break as Joel Masadia inside plays netted him 12 points in the second quarter.

Colt 45 did not gain much headway in the second half as Tanduay Ice equalled their output to keep their unbeaten record while dropping Colt 45 to 1-2.

Masadia sizzled with 24 points, supported by Dr. Emil Guanzon 13 points, Kevin Hinolan nine points, Leonard Kilayko and Clarence Quingco delivered six points apiece.

Japet Cua fired 16 points in a losing effort, Joseph Tiu made 15 points, and Eduardo Ng hit 13 points. (With reports from Stephen Tan)

Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on February 11, 2014.


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