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Stallions prance to top the Elite Class of E-League

by www.sunstar.com.ph

LEXMARK Stallions copped the No. 1 seed in the Elite Classic Division following a thrilling 72-68 win over the Teleperformance All-Stars in the final day of the elimination round of the 2016 CSCC E-League held at the City Sports Club-Cebu gym last Sunday.

Trailing mostly in the first three quarters, the Stallions pranced harder in the final period, outscoring the 2014 champions, 22-14, to turn the table around in their favor.


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