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Hope Christian, SSC forge PSSBC final showdown

HOPE Christian High School and San Sebastian College did an improbable Friday, pulling off dramatic victories over fancied rivals to forge an unlikely title showdown in the 1st Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball Championship (PSSBC) at the Chiang Kai Shek College gym in Manila.

Posted: December 2nd, 2012 in Basketball,Headlines,Section | Read More »

PSSBC: San Beda battles FEU

UNBEATEN NCAA champion San Beda finds itself in a quarterfinal showdown with UAAP king Far Eastern University-Diliman tomorrow in the 1st Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball Championship (PSSBC) at Chiang Kai Shek College gym.

Posted: November 24th, 2012 in Basketball,Editors' Picks,Headlines,Section | Read More »

Squires gain Jr. Champs Last 8; CKSC bests Xavier

LETRAN clinched the eighth and last quarterfinal berth by downing National University, 81-65, while Chiang Kai Shek College outlasted Xavier School in a marquee showdown in the 1st Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball Championship (PSSBC) Sunday at Chiang Kai Shek College gym in Manila.

Posted: November 19th, 2012 in Headlines | Read More »

Cubs trounce Squires, gain PSSBC quarterfinal

NCAA champion San Beda College zoomed to its third straight win by clobbering Letran, 77-57, to formalize its quarterfinal entry in the 1st Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball Championship (PSSBC) yesterday at Chiang Kai Shek gym in Manila.

Posted: November 11th, 2012 in Headlines | Read More »

Red Cubs, Staglets hurdle UAAP rivals

NCAA powerhouse San Beda scraped past National U but newly crowned UAAP titlist Far Eastern U-Diliman was ambushed by San Sebastian College in the second day of the 1st Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball Championship (PSSBC) Sunday at Chiang Kai Shek College gym.

Posted: October 29th, 2012 in Basketball,Headlines,NCAA,UAAP | Read More »

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