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La Salle footballers collect titles
in Solidarios 7-aside bootfest


Young football talents from University of St. La Salle captured three championship titles during the 2nd Fritz Solidarios 7-aside Football Festival held during the weekend at the STI-WNU football field.

The USLS booters dominated the competition in Under 13, girls’ Under 14, and Under 10 team during the two-day tournament.

Coach Raniel De Oca and his Under 13 team, composed of Shaughn Lagahit (MVP), Jon Mekhi Lagahit , John Eriso, Javier Cuadra, Paolo Delgado, Joemarie Occeńo III, Dirk Guyala, Ynigo Montańo, Leo Vincent Cayayan, and Rafael Puentevella, Jo Gabriel, Martin Sun, and Arkirat Dhaliwal, prevailed in the finals to bag the championship.

In the girls Under 14 category the Canlaon Hijas Football Club from USLS was crowned as champion.

The teams is composed of (MVP)Pia Bolo, Chenny Morgandañoso, Nikki Marcos, Mielle Lo, Bea Nepa, Danica Moleje, Joyce Sabroso, Queen Calumba, Jennifet Jamilla, Kryshna Sia, Aliana Magillano, and IndayPedros with Joseph Dee as Head Coach.

In the 10 Under category, the La Sallians edged St. John’s Institute, 1-0, to collect another championship.

Mentored by Coach Eliseo Palomo Jr., the team survived on the 15th minute goal scored by Joshua Moleje to secure the title.

Meanwhile, the Under 8 Baby Stingers battled against St. John’s Institute during the championship with a score of 3-0.

The first goal was a penalty kick from the center half in 5th minute courtesy of y Kyann Cunanan, who completed a hat trick.

Other members of the team were Nicole Genete, Vashti Renee Valde, Jayce Leonero and Ethan Febra . Heaad Coach is Homer Paredes with Coach Jiff assisting him.*


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