Sunday, September 09, 2007

Routs rule Milo Day One

THE Don Bosco College (DBC) opened its bid for a third straight crown in style with a 13-0 bashing of the Canduman Elementary School in the first day of the Milo Little Olympics elementary football contest at the Cebu City Sports Center.

Christian Agot and Jay Arrizabal banged in four goals apiece while Calentino Calvo had two as DBC taught the current Mizuno Cup champion some new tricks.

“They (DBC) are quite good,” said coach Mario Ceniza, who oversees the football program for M. Lhuillier Sports Development Foundation in Canduman.

The win set up DBC for a match against Paref Springdale, also coached buy Ceniza, in today’s games.

Yesterday, Springdale whipped Cebu International School, 6-1, on two goals by Niko Villacin and Iggy Maximo.

On the other hand, Sacred Heart School-Jesuits (SHS-J) tallied the most lopsided win yesterday, as it found the back of the net almost every third minute for a 17-1 rout over University of San Carlos-North Campus.

Today, SHS-J will face Cebu City Central School, who also blanked Mactan Air Base Elementary School.

In the secondary contest, Cebu Inmaculada Concepcion Mandaue zipped past St. Dominic de Savio, 11-0, while Cebu City National Science High School blanked Cebu Institute of Technology, 2-0, and Blessed John XXII Seminary survived University of Southern Philippines Foundation, 2-1.

Today, BJS will play Sacred Heart, while CCNSHS will face DBC.

In the demonstration girls football, Erika Casas struck from the corner to lift the Sacred Heart School-Hijas de Jesus to a 1-0 win against Bright Academy.

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