THE University of San Carlos took the Girls 17-Under title in the Treadtel Cup 2010 yesterday at the Aboitiz Sportsfield at the North Reclamation Area,Mandaue City.
Angeli Ruete scored the team’s final goal from 18 yards for a 3-0 win over the Giuseppe Football Club.
Jessika Knight and Renee Songalia contributed one goal apiece.
The USC girls team is composed of varsity players and members of the San Roque Football team.
“I was confident from the very beginning that we will win the tournament because my team is composed of experienced players,” head coach Gary Panagsagan said.
He added he is preparing his team to defend their title in the 17-Under division of the Mizuno Cup and the San Roque Football Festival tournament this August.
In the Boys 17-Under division, USC leads the team standing in bracket A with one win and one draw, followed by Sacred Heart School-Ateneo De Cebu with two draws. Securing the third spot is the Don Bosco boys home with one draw, while Blessed John Seminary is still winless.
Abellana National School (ANS) Pomeroy leads Bracket B with a clean 2-0 record. Springdale is at second with one win, while the USC North Campus and Guiseppe FC share the third place with winless records.
In the Boys 14-Under division, ANS Pomeroy leads with two wins, followed by Springdale and Anthony FC of Dumaguete City. Mandaue Technological Institute is at third. SHS-Ateneo de Cebu, Blessed John Seminary and Guiseppe FC are still winless in the tournament.