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Bacolod City, Philippines Wednesday, October 11, 2017

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Button Chu explodes with 31 points as AACI Trading registers 4 th straight win in Fil-Sino basketball
Button 7 teams eye NOPSSCEA men's basketball crown
Button Wushu athlete presents medal to Pacquiao


Chu explodes with 31 points as
AACI Trading registers 4 th straight
win in Fil-Sino basketball

Carlo Chu sizzled for 31 points to lead AACI Trading to its 4th straight victory over Organic Solutions, 84-77, while JSY Countertrade held off AACI Transport, 66-63, in the 2nd Conference Fil-Sino All Asian Countertrade Inc. Inter-Color Basketball Tournament at Tay Tung High School Po Hang Gym in Bacolod City.

Chu scored 15 points in the first quarter as AACI Trading took a 23-9 advantage while teammate Jan Jan Young added two to contribute to the double digit lead.

Julius Tereuel and Dante Ma combined 17 points for Organic Solutions to draw closer at the break, 39-31, even as Mark Binguan had 6 points for AACI Trading.

7 teams eye NOPSSCEA
men's basketball crown

Defending champion STI-West Negros University Mustangs will have their hands full in keeping the title they won in NOPSSCEA men's basketball last year.

While the Mustangs remain a force to reckon with this season, they face tough challenge from runner-up UNO-R Rams, the hard fighting USLS Stingers, and dark horse CSA-B Eagles.

Not to be taken for granted are the equally formidable lineups of Sta. Ana-Victorias Titans, the lethal Sharks of VMA-Global College and the unpredictable Blue Panthers of La Consolacion College-Bacolod.

Wushu athlete
presents medal to Pacquiao

Wushu athlete Jomar Balangui presented his Universiade silver medal to Senator Manny Pacquiao during a courtesy call on October 4.

According to a statement released by the Federation of School Sports Association of the Philippines (FESSAP) to the media yesterday, Pacquiao congratulated the 19-year-old athlete from the University of Baguio for bringing honor to the country.

Wushu was played for the first time in the 29th Universiade, which was held last Aug. 19-30 in New Taipei City, Chinese Taipei.

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