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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesFriday, August 17, 2012

ButtonHeroes welcome awaits Big League softbelles
ButtonUSLS ready to defend football title
ButtonParan, Alonzo lead top bowler’s contest
ButtonNat’l darts qualifier set Aug. 18 at Tops
NOPSSCEA season opens September 14

Heroes welcome awaits
Big League softbelles

A marching band and a chorus of well-wishers will meet the champion Big League softball team when it arrives in the country this Saturday from their successful World Series campaign in the US, at the Ninoy Aquino National Airport.

The members of the champion team include Negrenses Michelle Lentija, Queenie Sabobo, Charmaine Joy Oria, and Glesyl Opjer, who played vital roles in the 14-2 victory of the Filipinas against Westchester, California in the finals at Kalamazoo, Michigan.

All four Negrenses were products of the little league softball team from Domingo Lacson Nationa High Schoool and are now varsity scholars at the Adamson University under the supervision of women’s softball coach Ana Santiago.

USLS ready to
defend football title

It will be a close contest in collegiate football when the NOPSSCEA 32nd season opens next month as defending champion University of St. La Salle gears up for its title retention bid.

La Salle head coach Freddie “Nene” Lazarito said the exposure of the Stingers’ key players to the PFF-Suzuki Cup Under 22 tournament gives the team an edge over University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos and West Negros University.

“These tournament gave my players enough exposure, resulting to much higher self-confidence,” Lazarito said.

Paran, Alonzo lead
top bowler’s contest

Odong Paran of Kami Mga Hubin led in the premiere division and also Rolly Alonzo of Philippine Daily Inquirer and Tess Robles of Davies Fusion in the non-rated and women’s category of the top bowlers’ competition of the 19th Sharp Friendship Cup Bowling Tournament at the New Top’s Millennium Plaza Alley in Bacolod City.

The Kami Mga Hubin Bowling team of Robbie Elegado was also the No.1 in the team competition.

Paran topped the rated department with an average of 113.07 per game, while Alonzo and Robles posted 108.33 and 107.50 in their categories.

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