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  By Kristel Satumbaga   Defending champion La Salle Greenhills sizzled in the crunch to turn back San Beda, 81-78, yesterday in NCAA juniors basketball at The Arena in San Juan City. Trailing 69-63 with 4:18 left in the game, the Junior Blazers came through with a huge run through the efforts of Inand Fornillos, […]

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Altas out to boost F4 bid

University of Perpetual Help and College of St. Benilde try to boost their respective Final Four bids when they face separate foes today in NCAA men’s basketball at The Arena in San Juan City.

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Pirates gain playoff

  By KRISTEL SATUMBAGA   CJ Perez put on another double-double effort as Lyceum thumped also-ran Mapua, 92-76, and secured a playoff for one of two twice-to-beat advantages in the semis of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament last night at The Arena in San Juan City. The reigning MVP was a joy to watch as […]

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  By KRISTEL SATUMBAGA   Lyceum fueled its Final Four bid yesterday when it stunned last year’s bridesmaid Mapua, 89-78, in the NCAA juniors basketball tournament at The Arena in San Juan City. In a game marked by 11 lead changes and eight deadlocks, the Juniors Pirates showed steely nerves to frustrate the Red Robins […]

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Pirates seek semis bonus vs Mapua

Lyceum tries to secure one of two twice-to-beat advantages in the semis as it goes for its 14th win while Arellano tries to keep its own semis bid going when they face separate rivals today in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament at The Arena in San Juan City.

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Letran player with tumor needs help

  By Kristel Satumbaga   Letran’s Jerrick Balanza is in dire need of financial help. That’s because the veteran guard has been diagnosed with a brain tumor in his temporal lobe. Fr. Vic Calvo, OP, Letran’s representative to the NCAA Management Committee, disclosed the sad news Wednesday night after they received the diagnosis from neurosurgeon […]

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