• (L-R) Dominic Tom and Basti Lizares
  • Andre Agatep (left) and Joaquin De Los Santos
  • (L-R) Coach Joey Paja, Alonzo Pasion, RC Apostol, Aki Gulmatico, Nathan Goño, Niko Macasaet, Noah Formoso, Enzo Balingit, Manu Garcia, Gabe Samson, Carlos David, Coach Jobet Morales.
  • Jimbo Bernardo (left) and Dion Ong
  • (L-R) Mykael Ramira, Anton Abiera, Rafael Bengzon, Arabella Resado, Johann Bernardo, Christian Tiamzon, James Manzano, Alize Madayag, Brennan Caber
  • (L-R) Sam Tango, Harry Tiamzon, and Kiel Mirandilla
  • Lawrence Enecio wearing his 8 medals
  • Jimbo Bernardo
  • Jimbo Bernardo
  • Basti Lizares
  • Jimbo Bernardo
  • From left: Diego Bernardo, bronze; Xavier Algenio, silver; Jimbo Bernardo, gold
  • FRONT ROW FROM LEFT: Rosh Santos, Kyle Carlon, Christan Quijano, Jacob Bandong, Renzo Gazzingan, Carlo Ng, and Asher Manalaysay; BACK ROW FROM LEFT: Coach Sonny Cruz, Kimi Mendoza, Jose Pabulayan, Kiann Munsayac, Matteo Suzara, Joaquin Ang It, Roberto Jaymalin, Deign Dato, and Joseph Ramos
  • Ateneo Ultimate with its PULL trophy. The team consists of 15 players from ASHS and seven from AJHS.
  • Niko Macasaet
  • (L-R) Nathan Goño, Manuel Garcia, Noah Formoso and Alonzo Pasion
  • Noah Formoso (left) and Nathan Goño
  • Xavier Algenio
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Xavier Algenio
Representing the Philippines, Ateneo Junior High School mathlete Xavier Algenio of Montserrat/7-Harcourt won a gold medal (grade 6 division) and the Star of International Award at the Asia International Mathematics Olympiad (AIMO). His medal was one of only nine golds won by the Philippines at the AIMO, while his Star of International Award acknowledges that he was the top-performing Filipino. MORE...
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Karl Molina (left) and Julio German
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Gold medalist Boom Domingo
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Marcus Esteban
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Tyler Zamuco
Incoming grade 9 golfer Tyler Phoenix Zamuco finished the Fil-C Division of the First Fil-Am Junior Golf Invitational in second place. The competition was held from June 1-4, 2019 at the Baguio...
 (clockwise from top left) Ryu Garcia, Chris Urbina, Caleb Crisologo, Mio Salazar
Four incoming Grade 7 Ateneans- Mio Salazar, Caleb Crisologo, Ryu Garcia, and Chris Urbina – were members of the International Little League Association of Manila (ILLAM) All-Star team (Majors...