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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesSaturday, May 26, 2012

ButtonNOHS overtakes BCNHS in Fellowship bowling tilt
ButtonChampu beats Crismar to capture YBAC crown
ButtonGMA 7 to air Julaton’s fight

NOHS overtakes BCNHS in
Fellowship bowling tilt

With 3,061 pinfalls after the latest round, Negros Occidental High School Class ’74 squad led the Inter-school Triangular Fellowship Bowlfest For Unity 2012 at the Super Lanes of the Goldenfield Commercial Complex in Bacolod City.

The topnotcher headed by Romel Jover, now tops the 30 teams after registering 1,579 in the second day of action.

Former leader Bacolod City National High School Batch ’89, led by Nonoy Hulguin, slipped to second spot with 3,028 followed by Domingo Lacson National High School Class ’75 led by Rey Gargar with 2,928 pinfalls.

Champu beats Crismar to
capture YBAC crown

With Rolly Buenaflor and Mario Reyes anchoring their play, Champu Salon streaked past Crismar, 93-83, to capture the title in the Your Basketball Athletic Club (YBAC) 2nd Conference Presidential Inter-color Tournament 2012 at the West Negros University gym.

The Noel Marancil-managed Champu Salon took control of the game as early as the first quarter with a 28-16 lead behind Nelson Siaco’s eight points and a combined 14-point output from Reyes and Nonoy Tan.

Crismar fell behind even as only Eric Abanilla provided the spark for the team with eight points in the opening quarter.

GMA 7 to air Julaton’s fight

The latest triumph of Filipina-American boxing champion Ana Julaton over Mexican bet Yolanda “La Negra” Segura will be aired tomorrow, 11:05 a.m. over GMA Channel 7, a press release from the network said.

Known in the combat sport as “The Hurricane”, the 31-year-old Julaton pulled a successful comeback in the ring against Segura in their fight at Kanasin, Yucatan, Mexico last May 4.

The 25-year-old Segura , though backed by a home court advantage, failed to establish her power punching rhythm and finished the 10-round fight behind on points from Julaton.

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