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BBEAL action resumes Feb 10
by Ofelia C. Empian

Action continues in the second phase of the 31st Baguio-Benguet Educational Athletic League when the biggest collegiate sports events resume on Feb. 10.

Volleyball will be one of the highlights of the games, which will be played at the Philippine Military Academy.

Other sports competitions to be played for the second half of the season are arnis, athletics, boxing, football, judo, softball, taekwondo, tennis, and the recently  added sport Muay Thai.

Games set on Feb. 10 to 11 are arnis, judo, softball, boxing and taekwondo, all set at PMA while football will be held at the Benguet State University in La Trinidad, Benguet.

For March 3 and 4, the lineup games are athletics at the Baguio Athletic Bowl, tennis at the Baguio Tennis Court while the venue for Muay Thai is still being determined.

The University of Baguio Cardinals maintains its lead, as it topped nine games in the first phase event.

In this second phase, the Cardinals get their hands full as defending champs in arnis, athletics women, and judo women. 

The University of the Cordilleras Jaguars, meanwhile, will have to defend their throne in taekwondo, tennis events, men’s judo, and athletics.

BSU Wildcats will have to prove their dominance again in football while PMA Cavaliers will showcase their strength in boxing, both as the perennial champions in the respective sports.

It has yet to be seen who will dominate in Muay Thai, as there are strong and promising athletes coming from the various colleges and universities.

Other sports teams are Saint Louis University Navigators, Cordillera Career and Development College Admirals, Pines City Colleges Warriors, University of the Philippines-Baguio Maroons, Baguio Central University Eagles, and this season’s host Kings College of the Philippines Amazing Tigers.

 
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