Sallé

Sallé is a town in the Kouka Department of Banwa Province in western Burkina Faso. As of 2005 it had a population of 2,930.

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La Salle–UST Rivalry
... Prior to La Salle joining the UAAP the two schools met in the championship during the 1948–49 season of the National Seniors Open, a yearly tournament of top collegiate and commercial teams in the country ... La Salle defeated UST in overtime to win the title ...
La Salle Expeditions - Early Expeditions - Second Expedition
... It was not until 1673 that Louis Jolliet and Père (Father) Jacques Marquette explored the upper Mississippi Valley, including the area where it was joined by the Ohio River ... La Salle later participated in an expedition to follow the northern shore of Lake Erie across Lake Huron to Michilimackinac, where Lake Michigan empties into Lake Huron ...
La Salle Causeway
... Three bridges are incorporated into the causeway, the center one being a Strauss trunnion bascule lift bridge designed by Joseph Strauss, designer of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco ... The La Salle Causeway was named after René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle who oversaw the construction of Fort Frontenac in 1673 at, what is now, the western end of the causeway. ...
La Salle Expeditions - Later Expeditions - Third Expedition
... In September 1679 he began the return trip to Niagara but stopped at the mouth of the St ... Joseph River on the east shore of Lake Michigan ...
La Salle Coliseum
... The La Salle Coliseum has played host to a number of basketball games including those of Philippine Basketball Association out of town games and the now-defunct Metropolitan Basketball Association ... It served as the home court of the Negros Slashers of the MBA ...