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CKSC extends FCAAF reign to 4 years

/ 02:48 AM September 24, 2015

Chiang Kai Shek College routed Hope Christian High School, 75-57, to keep its Division I title in the 26th Filipino-Chinese Amateur Athletic Federation (FCAAF) Basketball Championships held over the weekend at  CKSC  gym in Manila.

With John Galenato and Scott Aying presiding over Chiang Kai Shek College’s assault, the Blue Dragons raced to an 18-7 first quarter lead then held sway the rest of the way.

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Galenato finished with 15 points while Aying added 12 as CKSC extended its reign in the Molten-presented event to four years.

Manila Patriotic School settled for third by downing St. Jude Catholic School, 88-68.

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MGC New Life Christian beat Paco Citizen Academy, 58-51, to capture the Group B title, while PACE Academy settled for third by beating Philippine Sun Yat Sen High School, 87-74.

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