University of St. La Salle displayed its superiority with a 10-0 win against Montevista Elementary School, while Trinity Christian School claimed its second victory at the expense of West Negros University, 7-0, in the Negros First Under 13 Football Tournament at the Panaad pitch, Saturday.
Rafael Jose Gonzaga booted in three goals for La Salle (18’, 28’, and 35’), while Angelo Servando set the tone for a La Salle-dominated game with back-to-back goals in the first six minutes of the match.
Joining them in the list of USLS scorers were Ariq Villo, Chyle Miraflores, Ralph Castro, Joshua Limco, and Yuri Akol.
In the match between TCS and WNU, the Trinity dealt the Wesnecans their first loss in the tournament with three goals from Ram Emmanuel Treyes (29’, 31’ and 47’), while Esperidion Gorosin, Anton Diaz, Cyril John Alojamiento, and Ross Matthew Negrido contributed one goal each.
Mabini ES claimed the No. 3 spot in the team standings after USLS and TCS, with a 5-3 win against defending champion Moises Padilla ES. All goals of Mabini were delivered by Neil John Panes.
University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos booters are also inching their way up the ladder as they posted their second win against Andres Bonifacion Elementary School, 5-2.
Mark Cantos scored the first goal for the UnoRians in the first 36 seconds of the match but Esmael Cervañez of ABES nailed the equalizer in the 10th minute.
John Rey Baticbatic put ABES in the lead in the 22nd minute but Jericho Dela Cruz responded for UNO-R with a looper in the 28th minute. Things started to become bleak for ABES after an own goal from Bryant John Allianza, as UNO-R sealed the win with two successive markers from Jan Rey Mendoza and Jefferson Tolimao.
Also registering another convincing win was St. Scholastica’s Academy against Bata ES, 6-1 with three goals from John Fritz Grijaldo (4’, 7’, and 17’), while Chrys Pahilanga scored two goals and Jeramee Fuentespina, one goal. Rjie Prado prevented a shutout for Bata with his 43rd minute marker.
Meanwhille, the match between St. John’s Institute and Don Bosco Technical Institute ended in a 2-2 draw with Michael Baloyo and Drako Ledesma scoring for SJI and John Lloyd Bentic booting in DBTI’s two goals.*NAB
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