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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesThursday, July 12, 2012

ButtonToyota poised to clinch No. 1 spot, q’finals seat
ButtonSports committee  to meet next week
ButtonClass ’89 keeps bowlfest lead
ButtonTour champ faces tough Alpine

Toyota poised to clinch No. 1
spot, q’finals seat

With only seven playing days to go in the eliminations, frontrunner Toyota-Bacolod stays unbeaten as it flattened Angels Burger, 93-66, to claim its sixth win Tuesday night in the PROBAC/LNA7 Invitational Basketball Tournament at the West Negros University gym.

With its 6-0 win-loss card, Toyota-Bacolod strengthens its grip on the No. 1 spot in the team standings, virtually assuring the team a twice-to-beat advantage in the quarterfinals. Tournament organizers said the elimination round will end on July 23.

In the game against the Angels, Toyota took an early 26-14 lead in the first quarter with Kempee Lagrason hitting 10 points, while Henry Subebe and Philip Abong combined for 11 points. Paolo Mapili and Jerry Delgado tried to brighten things up for the Angels with four points each.

Sports committee  to
meet next week

Athletic directors of NOPSSCEA-member schools are set to meet next week to discuss the calendar of activities including the sports competition and other programs of the sports committee, chairman Anthony Carlo Agustin of the West Negros University said.

He said he will meet with the athletic directors on July 17 and the tournament managers on July 20 for planning and deliberation of this year’s various sports competitions.

The 2012 NOPSSCEA is set to start on September, but Agustin said collegiate basketball is tentatively set to start on August 31.

Class ’89 keeps
bowlfest lead

BCNHS Class ’89, NOHS C’85, and NOHS C’70/71 Combined kept the No.1 spot in their respective divisions of the Triangular Bowlfest For Unity 2012 at the Super Lanes of the Goldenfield Commercial Complex in Bacolod City.

The BCNHS ’89 pin crushers spearheaded by Nonoy Hulguin and Maila Balayo is holding the top post in the premiere class A category with 6,028 points, while NOHS C’85 anchored by Iran Pielago, and NOHS C’70/71 led by Bonnie Alcala and Vita de Paula topped bracket B and C with 5,830 and 5,730, respectively.

Rounding out the competitors in rated A are BCHS ’79 with 5,981; DLNHS C’75, 5,881; BCHS ‘72/76 Combined, 5,863; NOHS C’73/74, 5,848; NOHS C’82/86/89, 5,795; NOHS ‘66/67, 5,729; BCNHS ’85, 5,682; BCHS ’73, 5,600, and DLNHS ‘71/72/79, 5,200.

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