Wednesday, October 4, 2017

STI Talent Search 2017 National Winners

 The winners for the Search for Mr. & Ms. STI 2017 (from L to R)
4th Runner-up
Regeina Marie de Jesus and Roenan Myro Salas both of STI College Balayan
2nd Runner-up
Steve Santos of STI College Taft and Theresa Diana Pazcoguin of STI College Tarlac

Mr. and Ms. STI
Gerome Bongco of STI College Munoz - Edsa and Rhea Mae Tolentino of STI College Cubao

1st Runner-up
Jullce Reniel Bueno of STI College Malolos and 
Dianne Lane Martin of STI College San Fernando
3rd Runner-up
Israel John Huang of STI Pasay and Rose Ann Pangilinan of STI College Makati


THE HATAW SAYAW 
Grand National Champions
"EL ACADEMICA" 
JOhn Paul GUADAÑA, Sydney Rose TOLENTINO, 
Paul Andrei VIDA, Lee Anthony AMOIN, 
Marck Ericson GUADAÑA 
of STI COLLEGE  ORTIGAS - CAINTA


 THE BATTLE OF THE BANDS
Grand National Champions
"VERITAS BAND" 
Karlo Angelo DEL ROSARIO,  Jolina CALAPATI
Steven DE GUZMAN, Kyle Bastian PASCUAL 
of STI COLLEGE  MALOLOS



THE STI SINGING IDOL 
Grand National Champions
(from Left to Right)
2nd Runner-up
Laurielle Rose TAN of STI College Koronadal

CHAMPION
Neil Pitang of STI College Surigao

1st Runner-up 
Janine Pialan of STI West Negros University

Monday, September 18, 2017

Miss STI 2017 Candidates

Here is a sneak peek of the Miss STI Candidates for the Search for Mr. and Ms. STI 2017 Competition at the Enchanted Kingdom on September 29, 2017

Regiena Marie de Jesus 
of STI College Balayan 


Theresa Diana Pazcoguin of 
STI College Tarlac 



Tracy Rhyzll Vitug of 
STI College Marikina 


Charlene Marie Inonog of 
STI College Taft 


 Maicah Krystel Salvador of
 STI College Balagtas

Diane Lane Martin of 
STI College San Fernando 


Marjorie Ordonez of 
STI College Sta. Cruz 

Erika Ann Ramirez of 
STI Pasay 

Rose Ann Pangilinan of 
STI College Makati 



Rhea Mae Tolentino of 
STI College Cubao 


Danielle Mari Inciong of 
STI College Santa Rosa

THE MR. STI 2017 Candidates

 Here is a sneak peek to some of the candidates for the Search for Mr. STI 2017

Israel John Huang of 
STI Pasay 


 Gerome Bongco 
of STI College Munoz - Edsa

 Roenan Myro Salas
of STI College Balayan
Jay Martin Manela 
of STI College Santa Rosa



Justine Matias of 
STI College Sta. Maria 


 Drenreab Louyyd Lising
of STI College Tarlac



Kane Ezekiel Carandang of 
STI College Sta. Cruz

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Sportsfest opens STI 34th Anniversary

The STI 34th Anniversary SportsFest

The Black Panthers


The O- Rangers

Team 2-Bo

The White Wolves

STI ESG Vice- President for Corporate Information Services, John Tubongbanua opens the 
event with some words of advice to all teams.
The Hard working Sportsfest  committee

The First Game - The Caterpillar race

Team 2-BO looking for answers

The second game - Air Strike

Yomi Matienzo of the White Wolves pushes the plastic cup from the balloon's air

Team 2-Bo's Trish Roque tries her luck

The last game - the spaghetti tower comes to fore

The White Wolves waiting for instructions

The Black Panthers going to work


STI TRANSFORM - AN STI EMPLOYEE'S COMMITMENT

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

STI College Santa Rosa bags STI NBT Title

The STI NBT 2017 National Champions
STI College Santa Rosa

The last time STI College Santa Rosa was in the STI NBT Finals two years ago, their fourth quarter meltdown literally gave the game away as STI College Global City ran away with the crown. Last school year, they got shocked by a determined STI College Malolos team in the cross-over semifinals and they never got to the finals. This year, Team Santa Rosa went back to the basics – excellent defense, teamwork and focus which was the key in bagging their first ever STI National Basketball Tournament title by beating defending champion STI West Negros University 84 – 72.

June Aliparo does what he does best

STI College Santa Rosa’s prized guard June Aliparo used this year’s championship game as his grand stage as he erased the ghost of past frustrations and turned it into a glorious ending as he pumped in 38 points to lead the Laguna cagers to victory. If one were to say that Aliparo was unstoppable would be an understatement as he scored at will to give the Santa Rosa squad the lead and consistently punctured the hoops every time the West Negros team would come back.

Belocura on the drive

The game started with both teams sizing each other up and trying different ways to score and stop the other team from scoring as both teams battled toe to toe and played superb defense – the defense that is usually played during championships. The defending champs had Renz Solomon, Paulo Pontevedra, Rouichi Belocura and Max Dunlap score their 11 first quarter points while Santa Rosa had Aliparo and veteran guard Raul Guerrero score the nine points on the defenses that were provided them.

Intense battle of big men


When the second quarter came, it was June Aliparo time as the sharp shooting Santa Rosa guard scored sixteen of his team’s 27 points on two for two shooting from the two point area and four of five from beyond the arc. The defending champs take pride on their defense and they threw everything on Aliparo but unfortunately for them there are some things in basketball that cannot be defended – a person’s heart. Aliparo showed how big his heart was as he single-handedly carried the Santa Rosa offensive load.


Jan Almoro on the drive


STI West Negros was about to take control of the second quarter when they led 16 – 12 after Solomon sank a three pointer. Sensing a run that was about to happen, Santa Rosa Coach called a time-out with still 8 minutes to go in the quarter.  After the time-out, Aliparo scored ten points and presided over a 14 to 4 run that turned the tables around and give STI College Santa Rosa a 28 – 20 lead with 4:59 to go before half-time.  The Laguna team eventually held on to the lead at the end of the half 36 – 28.

Aliparo posts up Solomon

At the start of the third period, STI West Negros began to come back as the defending champs put the cuffs on the Laguna based Santa Rosa team that saw Belocura and Adjie force some turnovers, score and infect their team mates with their defense. STI WNU eventually tied the count at 40 – all after Charry Cadase hit a three pointer with still 8:03 left in the period. Both teams would eventually fight it out tooth for tooth in the final eight minutes that saw Santa Rosa up a notch 61 – 58 at the end of the third quarter.


 Garcia scores on this jumper


The fourth quarter was all about focus and team work for team Santa Rosa. Team Santa Rosa was holding on to a 67 – 62 lead with eight minutes left and both teams showed excellent defense by not allowing anyone to score in a two minute span. Then came June Aliparo’s game switching, momentum turning, Title changing three pointer that broke the backs of the defending champs as it put the Laguna cagers ahead 70 – 62 with six minutes left in the game and momentum at their side.


Renz Solomon drives to the hoop

At this point, the Bacolod based defending champs looked like there was no more gas in their tanks as their pressure defense was easily broken by the Santa Rosa press break that resulted in baskets from Rey Romualdo, Jan Almoro and Jestoni Hercia. The Santa Rosa team defense on the other hand forced the West Negros team to a paltry 20% shooting in the fourth quarter as the West Negros team missed sixteen field goals that spelled their doom. In story book fashion, Aliparo would ice the game with his two free throws and give them their well-deserved championship.

The STI NBT Most Valuable Player
June Aliparo
STI COllege Ortgias - Cainta

June Aliparo’s efforts were recognized as he lifted the Most Valuable Player of the tournament trophy. He was also part of the Mythical five team together with his teammate Jan Almoro, STI WNU’s Jaycee Adjie and Renz Solomon and Jerico Nograles of STI College Las Pinas.

The STI NBT 2017 Mythical 5

The road to redemption for STI College Santa Rosa was a long challenging but fulfilling one. For Raul Guerrero and Rey Romualdo, their sacrifices proved to be worth it as they played out their final game with honour and they earned the respect of their peers. Both players were instrumental in the final quarter and it was just fitting that both scored 12 points apiece to end their NBT careers on a high note. That means that next year will be another exciting battle as all mythical five players will be back while the rest of the fifty one schools will be loaded with talents for next year’s NBT. Until then, let us savor this victory first for STI College Santa Rosa – the STI National Baskaetbll Tournament National Champions.

The Box Scores:

STI COLLEGE SANTA ROSA (84)
Aliparo 38, Guerrero 12, Romualdo 12, Almoro 8, Hercia Jes.  7, Karamihan  4, Fabic  3, Hercia Jer.  0, Proximo  0, Ursabia  0, Regalado  0, Dimaranan 0,
STI WEST NEGROS (72)
Cadase  21, Solomon 17 , Adjei 12, Belocura 11 Carmona 5, Dunlap 4, Pontevedra 2,  Carumba 0,


Quarter scores: 9 – 11, 36 – 28, 61 – 58, 84 – 72