La Salle Greenies, Zobel junior archers in NCR finals

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SBP-Passerelle’s two-time defending SBP division champion La Salle Greenhills is all set to defend its title at the national level of the twin tournaments’ 32nd season. 

But La Salle Greenhills will have to secure its slot in the nationals by facing off with sister school De La Salle Santiago-Zobelin the National Capital Region finals on Sunday at the Blue Eagle Gym in Ateneo de Manila University. 

Also much-awaited is the battle between two of NCR’s top teams in the Passerelle division, Nazareth School of National University and San Beda College.

The winners of the tournaments will face regional winners from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao at the national championship game in December. 

A slambang championship encounter looms between the Greenies and the Jr Archers.

Third and fourth placers will also be determined in the upcoming regional finals. Competing for third place are Ateneo de Manila University and San Sebastian Recoletos in the SBP Division. La Salle Greenhills and Ateneo de Manila will battle it out in the Passerelle division.

Organized by the Basketball Efficiency Scientific Training Center, the country’s premier sports clinic, the 32nd SBP-Passerelle Twin Tournaments are supported by MILO, in cooperation with Rain or Shine Elasto Paints, Chris Sports, and SKLZ. They provide a venue for young cagers to apply what they learned in basketball training and showcase their skills. 

BEST Center is a Hall of Famer of the Philippine Sportswriters Association for Grassroots Development and the only corporate recipient of the Olympism Award from the Philippine Olympic Committee.

For more information about BEST Center’s classes and tournaments, call the hotlines 411-6260, 3723066 and 372-3065, email [email protected] or follow its official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/BEST-Center-Sports-Inc/66172039922. 

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