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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesSaturday, December 8, 2012

ButtonMexico’s Marquez wants to settle 'unfinished business' with Pacquiao
ButtonBUS Group celebrates 8th year
ButtonClass ’82 takes lead in NOHS bowling tilt
ButtonPHL Azkals vs. Singapore Lions in AFF Suzuki Cup semis today
Alay Lakad in Bacolod Sunday

Mexico’s Marquez wants to settle
'unfinished business' with Pacquiao

Mexico's Juan Manuel Marquez says people keep telling him he beat Manny Pacquiao in their three previous fights, but he is not going to rest until the referee raises his hand in the centre of the ring.

"A lot of people feel I beat him," Marquez says. "But I want to have my hand raised. I want the judges to really look at what they are doing and get it right this time."

Marquez lost a controversial decision to Pacquiao 13 months ago. He lost a tight split decision in 2008 and they fought to a draw in their first fight in 2004.

BUS Group celebrates 8th year

The Basketball Unified Sports Group, headed by Bing Soyao, will celebrate its 8th year with the installation of its new officers, and the club’s Christmas Party in a 3-in-1 affair tonight, starting 6:30 p.m. at the Garden Venue Center, Uptown Arcade, Libertad Extension, Bacolod City.

BUS G, also known in the local basketball scene as the Huskies, was established in 2004 by three groups of basketball enthusiasts, a press release from the group said.

The Huskies now has 60 members with ages ranging from 35 to 69 years old with Soyao being the oldest. BACIWA's Jonathan Dicen and Homesite's Tatang Serran, are the two other pillars of the group.

Class ’82 takes lead
in NOHS bowling tilt

Class ’82 is leading the premiere division, while Class ’68 and Class ’95 head bracket B and C of the President’s Cup Bowling Tournament 2012 hosted by the Negros Occidental High School Alumni Association Inc. at the Super Lanes of the Goldenfield Commercial Complex in Bacolod City.

Batch ’82 leads with 4,557 pinfalls followed by Class 66 with 4,404.

In the same category are Class 84 with 4,375, C’74, 4,354; C85, 4,254; C83, 4,242; C89, 4,195; C97, 4,186; C80, 4,088 and GOLDEN, 4, 061.

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