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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesTuesday, October 30, 2012

ButtonUniGames officials eyeing sanctions vs. UE
ButtonTrinity gymnast shines in Batang Pinoy tourney
ButtonTop 10 players battle for master bowler plum
ButtonDLNHS vs CPU softbelles in friendly game at Isabela

UniGames officials
eyeing sanctions vs. UE

A year of suspension for the University of the East or a life-time ban for its basketball team are among the sanctions being considered by the University Games officials after the Red Warriors forfeited the championship game against National University at the St. La Salle Coliseum in Bacolod City.

UniGames president Roger Banzuela said what UE did was not only a disrespect to the tournament but also to the people of Bacolod City who packed the different venues, especially the basketball gyms, during the weeklong competition.

While they are still waiting for a letter of apology from UE, he said the Board of Directors of the UniGames will meet to decide on what sanction to impose against UE.

Trinity gymnast shines in
Batang Pinoy tourney

Eleven-year-old Katrina Drilon Loretizo took the individual all-around rhythmic gymnastics silver at the recent 2012 Batang Pinoy held Oct. 23-26 at the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex.

A fifth grader and an academic scholar at Trinity Christian School, Loretizo advanced to the nationals after topping the Visayas regional qualifying, where she won golds in the individual all-around and rope; silvers in free hand and clubs, and a bronze in the ribbon event.

At the nationals, the young Trinity standout, daughter of the former Catherine Drilon and Edton Loretizo, ranked No. 2 from a field of 28 entries behind Naga City’s Shaira Gabrielle Guevara, the press release said.

Top 10 players battle
for master bowler plum

The battle of the top10 bowlers in three division of the Suppliers Friendship Cup Bowling Tournament 2012 is set tonight at the New Top’s Millennium Plaza Alley in Bacolod City.

Mulo Car Aircon bet Allan Baer heads the list after topping the premiere rated division with an average of 116.86 per game, while Melot Alimon of Lady of Candles and Stella Ongsingco of St. Joseph Alumni Association led the non-rated men and women’s category with 111.54 and 110.07 apiece.

Also eyeing the masters title in the class A bracket are Boy Tisoy Villanueva, 116.08; Nonoy Hulguin (Sharp), 115.71; Wilson Casas (Kami Mga Hubin), 113.93; Munching Guinson (Davies0, 111.23; Nonoy Gatila (Silverado/ASSFBI), 110.36; Hernand Garciniego (NPBC/RJ Stars/TT/LJP), 110.36; Willy Mahilum (NPBC RJ Stars/TT), 110.21; Abe Leong (NPBC RJ Stars/TT), 109.69, and Steve Ramos (Davies), 109.46.

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