Monthly Archives: October, 2017

Green Archers simply showed No Mercy

It’s always sweeter the second time around.  Just like in their first round matchup, the Green Archers showed no mercy against the UST Growling Tigers yesterday. The boys from Taft ended the game with a 35-point rout, 94-59; with that...

La Salle records UAAP’s most lopsided win in blowout of UST

The De La Salle Green Archers once again blew out the UST Growling Tigers, this time beating them by a score of 94-59 on Sunday at the Mall of Asia Arena. The 35-point margin of victory is the largest so...

The Streaking and the Sinking

The Green Archers are in the cusp of clinching the twice-to-beat advantage in the semifinals. With a full 2-game lead over Adamson in the standings, the team needs to just win two of their last three games in the...

Look! Balti Can Shoot!

Playing behind Ben Mbala, Santi Santillan, Prince Rivero and Abu Tratter at the forward/center spot, Justine Baltazar realized that if he wanted to get more minutes, he needed to reinvent his game. In last Wednesday's win over UE, the 6'7...

La Salle shows how good they can still play with feel-good win

In a season in which we have witnessed a lot of down-the-wire finishes and near-losses, yesterday's game was indeed a breather. The Green Archers played the way they are supposed to play - strong start, good ball movement and free-flowing...

La Salle displays dominant effort in win over UE

If there were any concerns about how the De La Salle Green Archers performed during their win over the weekend against Adamson, the defending champions of the UAAP quickly put those to bed with a 99-78 blowout victory over...

The Green Archers should be ready for another “One-Man Show”

So far, so good for the Green Archers in the second round. After beating the likes of FEU, UP and Adamson, their succeeding three games will be against teams at the lower end of the standings. If they get the...

Santi Santillan: The Green Archers’ Silent Workhorse

Amidst the many high-profile names in the Green Archers roster, there is one player who has been slowly making a name for himself as the silent workhorse for the team. In last Saturday's 80-74 win over Adamson, casual fans may...

Whether by blow-outs or slim margins, Archers’ focus must remain on winning

The start to yesterday’s 80-74 victory over the Adamson Falcon’s was unrecognisable from the Green Archers’ previous nine games. The defending champions usually start out red hot and try to be the more aggressive side but six days in...

La Salle rallies then survives against Adamson

The De La Salle Green Archers rallied from a 10-point deficit in the first half and survived a close game in the fourth period to defeat the Adamson Soaring Falcons, 80-74, on Saturday at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum. By beating Adamson...
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