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    Monday, August 13, 2018

    Dragon’s Den & Hiyas Pilipinas Champs of Under Armour Ultimate 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament

    The teams that will represent the Philippines at the Under Armour 3x3 Southeast Asia Tournament have been determined as Dragon's Den and Hiyas Pilipinas reigned supreme in their respective divisions during the recently concluded Under Armour Ultimate 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament held at the Jacinto Tiu Competition Court in Xavier School last August 11 (Saturday).

    The willpower of team Dragon's Den overwhelmed Team Chi kids in the boys division championship match as they win convincingly via 15-9. Hiyas Pilipinas of the girls division also won handily as they beat ECA(English Christian Academy), 15-5.

    It was a tremendous display of top notch skills from the two teams.

    After watching them play, I can't help but praise John Peters, Gershom Montes, Kobe Francisco, and Cian Villaflor of Dragon's Den as well as Hiyas Pilipinas' Karl Ann Pingol, Angel Surada, Caila Galamiton, and Princess Fabruada.

    A whopping 35,000 worth of Under Armour gift certificates were each given to Dragon's Den and Hiyas Pilipinas. Meanwhile, the runners up, Chi Kids, and ECA each received 20,000 worth of GCs.

    The bronze medalists didn't go home empty handed as Team UP Diliman and Team Dream Crushers took home P15,000 worth of GCs.

    Aside from becoming the country’s representatives in the Under Armour 3x3 Southeast Asia Tournament, the top players could also be chosen to be part of the national contingent that will play for the Philippines in the FIBA 3x3 U18 Asia Cup 2018 because the tournament was organized in partnership with the International Basketball Federation.

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