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Perpetual Altas Molino crowned champ

Bacoor City—Perpetual Altas Molino edged sister school Perpetual Saints GMA to bag the 24th Cavite School Cultural and Athletic Association Men’s College Division Basketball crown on Sunday at the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA-Molino Campus gymnasium along Molino Boulevard here.

The Perpetual Molino-Altas team of Coach Phelot Levita (extreme right, standing) is shown after clinching the 24th CAVSCAA basketbal men’s college division crown by beating sister school Perpetual GMA-Cavite campus, 68-67, Sunday at the UPHSD-Molino campus gym in Bacoor City. Dennis Abrina
Most Valuable Player Gavin Rossdale Umalis of the coach Phelot Levita-mentored Basketball Team carried the Altas to a 68-67 victory to bring back the glory to the Tony Tamayo-owned learning institution, which clinched the championship for the last time in 2015. 

Mark Calawigan and Christina Sanchez of Perpetual Molino, Jayvee Padogay and Ervin Mercado of Perpetual GM and Christina Arcenal of St. Dominic Collge of Asia were chosen members of the Mythical First Team.

“Nakita ko ‘yung effort ng mga players ko na gustong manalo at hindi bumigay until the last minute of the game. Thank God for the victory,” said coach Levita.

Perpetual Molino ripped St. Francis of Assisi College System-Bayanan campus, while Perpetual GMA demolished defending champion St. Dominic College in the crossover semifinals to arrange the winner-take-all finals in the 13-member school tournament. 

Topics: Gavin Rossdale Umalis , Phelot Levita , 24th Cavite School Cultural and Athletic Association Men’s College Division Basketball
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