“It was really a tight game. All of us had chances and it was really hard work. We’re not hitting the back of the net. I called on Asare David and he changed the game. Last shot, he made it from long-range. And again, he’s done it. All credit goes to him,” – Coach Ayi Bimbo #7SFootball
Kurt Sienes sank two triples down the crucial stretch, helping Pasay fend off Taguig’s late rally for a winning start in the South Division of the 13-team tournament #MetroLeague
Ancajas (30-1-2, 20 KOs) will defend his title for the seventh time after winning it three years ago over Puerto Rican McJoe Arroyo.
It was also the first title for Bell and Niemer, who played with fire in their eyes to avenge their respective setbacks in 2018 and 2016, respectively. #PSL
Buoyed by their torrid outside shooting and pressure defense in the second half, LCCM recovered from a slow first half to turn back National University. #FrMartinsCup
“As part of the CBA’s grassroots development program envisioned by actor-director Carlo Maceda, we’re now introducing this tournament for players born 2001 and above,” said CBA tournament director Robert de la Rosa #CBA
After trailing for the whole first half, San Beda unleashed a 13-3 run to take the lead at the end of the third canto. Treston College answered back with a 11-2 run on their own in the fourth quarter, led by Leo Esguerra and RB Dela Cruz. #FrMartinsCup
This was stressed by three-time SEA Games gold medalist Gretchen Malalad during her appearance in the 20th “Usapang Sports” by the Tabloids Organization in Philippine Sports (TOPS) at the National Press Club in Intramuros.
Led by mainstays Afril Bernardino and Jack Danielle Animam, the squad mentored by Patrick Aquino will look to maintain the country’s status as a Level I team in the continental showdown. #PerlasPilipinas
After a slow 15-21 first quarter start, the Strikers uncorked 35 points in the second period and never looked back since then on their way to another victory in this import-laden M-League conference #MLeague