CHAMPION. South District players, parents and fans celebrate after winning the Secondary Division title in the Cagayan de Oro Athletic Association (COAA) Division meet. (Contributed photo) KENNETH GUION BY Jack Biantan KENNETH Guion disappointed his South District team in last year’s Cagayan de Oro Athletic Association (COAA) football final against perennial rival West
COAA CHAMPION. Xavier University and Liceo University manned West 1 District wins Girls Futsal title. They are (Standing L-R) Niño T. Lazo (Head Coach), Monina Marcy F. Alcober, Leilani Liana Y. Valbuena, Xydae Grace L. Rubio, Rosemarie D. Maceren, Bridget Ann G. Estrada, Nizza Jorj C. Lazo, Jerney John C.
HERO. Zippy Medalla (right) of West 1 District battles for ball possession with Andrea Cabactulan in the championship of the Cagayan de Oro Division meet Futsal at the Rosevale School hard court. (Sun*Star photo by Jack Biantan) By Jack Biantan ZIPPY Medalla of Xavier University High School blasted in the winning goal
FORMER AZKAL. Now Kaya FC starting goalkeeper Ref Curesma signs autographs of Zambo Sur kids during the 'Football For A Better Life' Zamboanga de Sur leg in 2016. (Photo by Jack Biantan) By Jack Biantan I HAVE never heard of British Insurance company Pru Life UK until they got involved with Philippine
MILO Philippines are currently in hot water with the local footballing community after news broke out of their supposed failure with fulfilling their promise to two promising footballers who won a competition they recently held. Lara Angela Amante and Lien Dale Manuel, both from Tondo, Manila respectively are the two winners of
DYNAMIC HERB SPORTS INC. One of the owners of Leylam Shawarma is building a stadium at the Cebu South Reclamation area. (Contributed photo) By Jack Biantan WHEN Dynamic HERB Sports Inc. announced last week that they are building a football specific stadium plus an indoor facility at the South reclamation area, I
YOUNG BOOTERS. Amir Andre Amaicurut of Ateneo de Davao High School (left) with his National U16 teamates Jacob Padernal, and Nicolai San Jose are among the young footballers who would benefit from planned San Miguel Corp. program. (Contributed photo) by Jack Biantan SAN Miguel Corp., the biggest conglomerate in the country is