PCT-Medvil, RMC beat opponents

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Monday, August 4, 2014


THE Philippine College of Technology (PCT)-Medvil and Rizal Memorial Colleges (RMC) Bulldogs drew first blood by beating their respective opponents at the start of the Davao Football Association (DFA) Inter-Collegiate tournament at the Tiongko field over the weekend.

PCT-Medvil, coached by Ramonito "Lalas" Carreon, stunned more seasoned University of Mindanao (UM), 1-0, with former 2011 under-19 national team member Jomar Acedo blasting the goal in the 20th minute.

Carreon said, "Excellent team work plus superb performance of our goalkeeper Dominador G. Tato who saved UM's penalty and numerous attempts."

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He then thanked PCT owners Gener Balili and Rosinni Balili for witnessing the game Sunday.

RMC, for its part, blanked Ateneo de Davao University (Addu),6-0, behind the goals of Warren Ravanes (15th, 38th), Michael Jay Pasquera Fernandez (21st), James Ingente (71st, 76th) and Jeric Tamay (89th).

Meanwhile, the Davao City National High School (DCNHS) and Emar Learning Center-B posted wins in Group A of the DFA Inter-High School Tournament.

DCNHS crushed University of the Immaculate Conception (UIC), 5-1, as Gelo Colandong netted all five goals for City High. UIC's scored on Mohhammed Isa's goal.

Emar Learning Center-B also grabbed its first victory by humbling Philippine Women's College (PWC), 5-1. Emar-B booters Harold Gamban, Reymark Villanueva, Nilven Budino, JC Alviar, and Sagaray led the charge for Emar-B.

St. Peter College of Davao (SPCD) and Crossing Bayabas National High School (CBNHS), for their part, demolished RMC (2-1) and Southpoint School (11-0), respectively. Harry Barnett made two goals for SPCD while Roberto Abong, Kevin Maniligis, Melvin Dimas, Elijo Naljera, Kenneth Motebon, and Seth Magoncia fueled CBNHS's victory.

AdDU-B and Holy Cross of Mintal lorded over their Group C rivals. AdDU-B blanked PCT, 5-0, while HCM overwhelmed International Christian School of Davao (ICSD), 16-0.

Games will resume this weekend.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on August 05, 2014.

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