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Hassan Stars narrow lead in CGFC football tourney
Harley Palangchao

Foreign-dominated Hassan Stars narrowed its lead in the men’s division of the Baguio-Benguet Football League by defeating two teams over the weekend.

Hassan Stars first outscored Baguio United Football Club 4-1 on Saturday before they enjoyed a lopsided win against BUFC Knights 6-0, Sunday, at the Melvin Jones football grounds.

With two wins, Hassan Stars are in solo lead with 10 aggregated points.

Team Palaro, composed of athletes from secondary schools who will represent Baguio in the upcoming Palarong Pambansa, is tied with BUFC in second place with six aggregated points each.

Team Palaro escaped a possible tie in its match against another foreign-dominated Jeddah City on Saturday by winning the match 2-1.

BUFC’s six points came from its two wins and one loss.

In third place is The Tenth Power with four aggregated points while Benguet State University Alumni FC is in fourth place with three points.

BUFC and Jeddah City have one point apiece.

In the 14-under division, Cordillera GoshenLand Football Club-SPS is in solo lead with six points from two consecutive wins in an event organized by the CGFC.

CGFC-SPS outpointed Team Palaro elementary, 3-0, on March 22 before winning against Quezon Hill on Saturday, 4-3.

Team Palaro Futsal is in solo second place with three aggregated points.

In the 11-under Youth Football League, Quezon Hill Elementary School continued its winning streak by disposing Baguio Central School last Saturday, 2-0.

QHES now has nine aggregated points for the solo lead followed by Bonifacio ES with seven combined points after scoring 2-0 by default against Crystal Cave ES.

In third place with four combined points is CGFC, BCS is in fourth place with two points while Doña Aurora ES is in fifth place with one point.

The football league for the 11-under, 14-under, and youth is one of the many ways of the CGFC in helping promote grassroots football and train teams who will represent Cordillera in the Palarong Pambansa in May.




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