SHS-AdC Takes Top Spot in CESAFI Secondary Football

Kintaro "King" Miyagi, shown here in SHS-AdC's match against USPF last weekend, scored a hattrick in Magis Eagles' win against USJ-R yesterday.
Kintaro “King” Miyagi, shown here in SHS-AdC’s match against USPF last weekend, scored a hattrick in Magis Eagles’ win against USJ-R yesterday.

Kintaro “King” Miyagi scored a hattrick to tow the Sacred Heart School-Ateneo de Cebu (SHS-AdC) to the top of the leaderboard in the secondary football of the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation Inc. (CESAFI).

The Magis Eagles stretched their win to two for a total of six points in the tournament with its 4-1 thrashing of the University of San Carlos (USC) yesterday at the football field of the Cebu City Sports Center.

USC had actually taken a 1-0 lead in the first half with a goal from Lloyd Soco before Miyagi scored the equalizer with just six minutes (46th) into the second half.

Miyagi once again found the back of the net three minutes later to give SHS-AdC the lead at 2-1.

Joshua Shields put the Magis Eagles two points ahead at 3-1 with his goal in the 57th minute before Miyagi sealed the 4-1 rout with his third goal in the 79th minute.

In the previous game, defending champions Don Bosco Technology Center (DBTC) successfully opened its title-retention bid with a 7-0 annihilation of the University of San Jose Recoletos (USJ-R).

Scoring two goals each for DBTC were Angelo Ouano (16th, 47th) and Eric Vincent “Ngitz” Lovitos (17th, 21st).

The rest of the Greywolves’ goals were contributed by Joseph Rena in the 33rd minute, Thomas Ramos in the 56th minute and Carlos Jubac in the 71st minute.

TERTIARY DIVISION

Games Today @ CCSC
9 a.m. UC vs USC
1 p.m. USJ-R vs DBC
3 p.m. USPF vs UV

Matches in the tertiary division will resume today still at the CCSC.

USJ-R hopes to overcome its opening match debacle and get its campaign to defend its title back on track as it faces Don Bosco College (DBC) this afternoon.

USC, on the other hand, will be gunning for the top spot as it hopes to score its second win when it goes up against University of Cebu (UC).

University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF), for its part, hopes to ride on its 1-0 blanking of the defending champions USJ-R last weekend, and post its second win, also for solo leadership, as it play against the University of the Visayas (UV).

 

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