BULALACAO, Mindoro -- Youth Olympic Games silver medalist Christian Tio made his presence felt by bagging two titles in the first leg of the ICTSI-Philippine Kiteboarding Tour Season 6 here last Dec. 1-3.
Valenzuela drew big games from Dan Natividad, Ford Ruaya and veteran Erwin Sta. Maria to pull off a masterful 91-78 win over South Division titlist Taguig in Game 1 of the finals at the Valenzuela Astrodome last Thursday.
VALENZUELA trounced Caloocan, 119-107, to rule the North while Taguig survived San Juan, 88-77, in overtime to win the South in the Metro League Open basketball tournament at the Tañada Homeowners Association Covered Court in Valenzuela last Nov. 20.
IT will be Valenzuela against Caloocan in the North and Taguig versus San Juan in the South in a pair of division championships in the 2018 Metro League Open basketball tournament at the Tanada Homeowners Association gym in Valenzuela City.
VALENZUELA rode on the trio of John Tayongtong, Dan Natividad and Josiah Esplana to subdue Quezon City, 111-102, and advance to North Division finals in the Metro League Open basketball championship at the San Andres gym in Manila.
THE semifinals of the 2018 Metro League Open basketball championship-South kick off today (Nov. 13) with top seed Taguig and No. 2 seed San Juan enjoying twice-to-beat advantages over Parañaque and Pateros, respectively, at the San Juan gym.
VALENZUELA routed Marikina,92-74, and Quezon City outclassed Pateros, 85-82, to forge a four-way tie for the top spot in the North in the Metro League Open basketball championship at the Tañada Homeowners Association covered court.
The Philippines, represented by the Pinoy Youth Dreamers-Nino Jesus House of Studies, emerged as the overall champion in the first-ever Dreamers International 3x3 Basketball Challenge at the Australian International School gym in Vietnam.