Dfl-fut­sal League Edi­tion 3rd Conf. kicks off to­day

Sun Star Bacolod - - Prime Sports -

NINE­TEEN teams from var­i­ous schools and clubs will con­verge to­day at the Panaad cov­ered court for this year’s Dynamic Foot­ball League - Fut­sal League Edi­tion 3rd Con­fer­ence.

Ten teams will com­pete in the Born 2004 Girls cat­e­gory that in­cludes Cen­tu­rion FC, St. Scholas­tica Academy, Pan­thers FC, Trin­ity Chris­tian School, USLSIS, St. John In­sti­tute, Bata Tigers, Pon­teve­dra-a and B, and PPFACC-CADIZ.

See­ing ac­tion for the Born 2005 Boys are Cen­tu­rion FC, USLS-IS, Trin­ity Chris­tian School, Bata Tigers, PPFACC-CADIZ, Moises Padilla Tama­raw, Pon­teve­dra-a and B and St. John In­sti­tute.

This tour­na­ment is sanc­tioned by the Ne­gros Oc­ci­den­tal Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion headed by Ricky Yan­son./hgd the Philip­pine Col­le­giate Cham­pi­ons League Re­gion 6 elim­i­na­tion knock­out game at STI-WEST Ne­gros Univer­sity gym in Ba­colod City.

The Vic­to­rias-based Ti­tans jump started with a 70 run but fiz­zled out in the lat­ter part of the first quar­ter al­low­ing the vis­it­ing Ilong­gos a 28-24 ad­van­tage.

IDC pushed fur­ther in the sec­ond canto at 36-26 af­ter four min­utes but CSAV cen­ter JR Is­sakadoula con­trolled the boards and Jef­frey Man­day burned the hoops to take the lead 3836 with 2:24 ticks left. IDC proved to be a tough cus­tomer and tied 44-all at the half.

A 17-0 spurt by CSAV at the start of third shocked IDC be­fore scor­ing with six min­utes left in the pe­riod. Coach Elvis Ati­nado rested Man­day and Is­sakadoula the rest of the re­main­ing time as CSAV con­tin­ued the on­slaught for a 73-57 count go­ing to the fourth.

The host squad upped its ad­van­tage to 89-69 with 4:44 left and coasted to its easy win in this event hosted by Sama­hang Bas­ket­bol ng Pilip­inas pro­vin­cial head Tony Agustin.

Agustin said that CSAV will rep­re­sent Western Visayas to the PCCL Zonal Elim­i­na­tion in Davao early next month. “The win­ner of this zonal will ad­vance to the PCCL Na­tional Cham­pi­onship in Manila,” he added.*

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