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Monthly Archives: September, 2018

La Salle’s endgame charge a little too late as they fall to UP

La Salle's late fightback falls short as they lose to UP 61-67 Sunday for their second defeat of the season. The Green Archers dictated the pace in the first half as they led by 6 in a low-scoring first half....

Green Archers face tough three-game stretch

The Green Archers have been undermanned since their season opener but they continue to play hard to remain within striking distance of the top two spots in the team standings. Their resolve will be tested big-time starting tomorrow to begin...

Encho Serrano is ready to rise to the challenge

Coming in just two months prior to the start of the season, we understand that it would take some time for rookie guard Encho Serrano to find his way within the team. After all, he was out of the...

It’s Balti’s Time to Shine

In his first two seasons with the team, the 6'7 big man hardly got to see substantial playing minutes. This, despite coming off an outstanding high school career with National University in which he led the team to the...

Green Archers down to 11 players. So now what?

As if the Green Archers didn't have enough manpower problems already, it has been reported that team captain Kib Montalbo will be sidelined for 4-6 weeks after injuring his hand in last Sunday's game versus UE. With him and...

Bench? What bench? 

Game 3 is done. A 2-1 record. Good. A weak UE team, they say. Hardly. Feu beating a seemingly unstoppable offensive juggernaut in UP. By now, you must realize that teams who do not bring their A game at...

Melecio heats up as La Salle gets second-straight win

After two games, Aljun Melecio finally found his range.The third-year guard, who has been experiencing an unsual shooting slump dating back to the preseason, scored 16 points on 5-of-7 shooting from beyond the arc as the Green Archers beat...

After first win, Green Archers look to keep things rolling

The rebuilding process express of the De La Salle Green Archers continue this Sunday against the UE Red Warriors.  The Red Warriors also seem to claim to be on a rebuilding phase because of their new coach, Coach Joe...

Bucking slow starts, Green Archers are starting to find their identity

It’s not as if his game-long brilliance wasn’t noticed by everyone at the Mall of Asia Arena but with the score tied at 76-all with 30 seconds remaining, La Salle’s third-year player Justine Baltazar needed to produce one more...

The Intangibles

During the initial stages of the game, Justin Baltazar was hoisting brick jumpshots repeatedly, prompting one of my friends to comment "medyo bwakaw ata si Baltazar a". To which I calmly responded "mukhang inutos". I knew immediately what the...
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List of ‘Super Classic’ La Salle games that you can watch at home

We know that most of you are stuck at home during these challenging and unprecedented times. And we also...
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For Jade Fuentes, a spot on the court isn’t given. It’s earned

If you already thought that the DLSU Lady Spikers’ frontline this past UAAP Season 82 - for one game, at least - looked formidable,...

What Is Important To You?

Before we start this, let us stress that this oft times postponed article is not meant to demean, discredit, nor diss anyone or any...

The Easter of True Reflection

The first happy childhood memories about Easter celebration was the Easter Egg Hunt. When we were a lot, lot, lot, lot (tell me when...

UAAP Season Cancellation – What Does It Mean To You?

And so it ends. Finished. Finito. 30 (journalism's end number). Sad day, sad end, sad season. No choice. This virus, once dismissed as a non-threat,...