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  1. Lost Content

    Dear Gamefacers,

    About midnight of September 28, 2016, a vicious spammer struck our site with a potent virus that breached our security protocols. This penetrated our database and made our site inaccessible for about 30 minutes. Our web host partner, upon detecting the said breach, quickly attempted to restore the site. An hour has passed and they were not lucky to restore the same. When they finally succeeded to take out the virus and the spammer that caused it, they encountered another challenge which is restoring the content thru its automated back up. For some reason and perhaps because of the breached and compromised security protocols, the latest content could not be revived. Only the February 2016 content which remained untarnished was successfully loaded back to the site. Thus, the reason why all content reverted back to February 2016. The sad truth is, however hard we try now, we could not restore and find the latest content. It seems that we lost them already from the database.

    We truly apologize for this incident. Gameface has housed your valuable content for 12 years now and this is the first time that we encountered such technical challenge. 2 years ago, we were successful in purging about 80,000 spammers from the site. We sincerely hope that we can continue to safeguard everything and provide you with the best community forum experience in the future.

    Sincerely,

    Gameface Management
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  2. CKSC Romps Away With Girls HS and Aspirants Titles

    GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION
    Game Three, Finals
    Uno High School Gym
    Feb. 16, 2012

    Game Result:
    No. 1 Chiang Kai Shek College 71 – No. 2 St. Jude Catholic School 54

    Chiang Kai Shek College beat St. Jude Catholic School, 2-1, in the best-of-three Finals to romp away with the title. SJCS downed CKSC, 2-1, during the 2011 Finals.

    ASPIRANTS DIVISION
    Game Three, Finals
    Uno High School Gym
    Feb. 16, 2012

    Game Result:
    No. 1 Chiang Kai Shek College 82 – No. 2 Xavier School 72

    Chiang Kai Shek College defeated Xavier School, 82-72, in the decisive third game of the best-of-3 Aspirants Division Finals Thursday night at the Uno High Gym to capture its first-ever Aspirants crown and end the Golden Stallions’ nine-year championship reign.

    CKSC, which took Game Two, 112-71, after dropping an 85-77 decision in the series opener, practically led from start to finish. Center Rylle Tee scored the game’s first basket to give Xavier School a 2-1 lead. It was the Golden Stallions’ first and only lead as CKSC went on a 6-0 run to go ahead, 7-2. The Blue Dragons held the upperhand from there on. Frank Yu, who knocked in five triples in Game Two, was saddled with three fouls in the first quarter but he, Maverick Chua and John Vincent Gallego each scored five points as CKSC grabbed a 22-18 advantage after 10 minutes …
    A 10-2 blast (including five by Gallego and four by Chua) to start the second quarter gave the Blue Dragons a 32-20 advantage with 4:17 left in the second quarter …
    Coach Arsenio Dysangco’s boys enjoyed a 15-point edge thrice during the period – 40-25 on a Chua triple; 41-26; and 43-28 to end the opening half on a basket by Chua, who tallied a team-high 16 points. Xavier School’s Christian Tyler Tio made 13 points but went just 7-for-12 from the free-throw line …
    A three-pointer by Franzcis Michael Bait pushed CKSC’s lead to 47-31. However, Xavier School scored nine unanswered points (five, including a triple, by Lee, and two each from Mitchell Kyle Ong and Tio), to trim its deficit to 47-40 …
    The Gold and Blue were within seven points once more at 49-42 following an exchange of baskets by CKSC’s Rafaelo Allen Toribio and Tio …
    Then the roof caved in for Xavier School as CKSC put together an 11-0 bomb for a 60-42 advantage – the 18-point difference being the largest in the game – with 3:14 left in the third period, which ended at 66-51 …
    Xavier School twice came within seven points – 75-68 on Ralphael Luis Romulo’s second triple, and 77-70 on a Tio twinner at the 1:21 mark. But Chua, who was momentarily sidelined by cramps early in the fourth quarter, hit a dagger three with a minute and two ticks remaining, for a 80-70 CKSC advantage …
    Gallego and Chua scored 21 and 20 points, respectively, for the Blue Dragons. John Adolph Salinas contributed 10 markers and Toribio had nine. Yu scored all of his five points in the first half …
    Tio topscored for Xavier School with 24 points. Ong contributed 16; Lee, who got a pair of triples, added a dozen markers; and Jeremy Jordan Jacinto had nine scores …
    Later in the night, Chiang Kai Shek College whipped St. Jude Catholic School, 71-54, in the deciding Game Three of the Girls High School Division …
    With two titles under its belt, CKSC is looking at an unprecedented Triple Crown in the Year of the (Blue) Dragons when it takes on unbeaten and top seed Hope Christian High School in the best-of-three Juniors Division Finals that start on Monday, Feb. 20.
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