Courtesy of The Freeman Newspaper (http://www.philstar.com/)
Sunday, October 12, 2008 issue
by Caecent No-ot Magsumbol, Staff Reporter
Manny Villaruel, Sports Editor
Defending champion Don Bosco Technology Center (DBTC) and the University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF) continue their championship form by posting lopsided victories against separate rivals in the secondary division of the 2008 Cebu Schools Athletic Association (CESAFI) football tournament.
Don Bosco blanked the University of San Jose-Recoletos 7-0 while USPF was equally fiery in its 6-0 drubbing of USC-North Campus at the USC Technology Center’s pitch in Talamban.
With the smashing victories, fans are expecting a preview of the championship when the clubs play next week.
Peter Ricamora starred in Don Bosco’s win by scoring four goals in the 22nd, 45th, 48th and 50th minute, respectively. Miko Limalima produced DBTC’s first goal while Charles Caballes found the net twice – in the 26th and 33rd minute – for the lopsided victory.
On the other hand, USPF never allowed USC-North to score in hotly contested match that saw two players from both squads getting yellow cards in the first half.
Jephunneh Pelanio booted the first and last goal for USPF, finding the net in the 3rd and 68th minute. Glovin Chavarria, Joel Mher Sayre, Lopito Tumulak Jr. and Paolo Joven Lapasaran produced the other goals for USPF.
In the college division, the University of San Carlos got its second win by beating newcomer Cebu Doctors University, 3-0. — Caecent No-ot Magsumbol