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C’94 Holds On at No.1, As ’95 and ’70 Remain Ahead

Class of 1994, ’95, and ’70 held on at the top spot in its respective brackets after day eight in the ongoing 2017-2018 NOHSAAI Bowling Festival for Unity hosted by NOHS Class ’93 at Negros Super Lanes.

C’94 pinned down a respectable triple scores of 429-490-543 to tally 1,462 behind the quintuple bowlers of Toto Flores, Katoy Deocadez, Joms Sevilla, Jen Jamora, and Jolores Pabon in bracket “A”.

Sabillo Set to Test OPBF Light Fly Champ on Feb.17

Champion versus champion are set to clash next month in the light flyweight division.

Reigning Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) champion Merlito “Tiger” Sabillo (27, 13KOs-4-1) is set to test Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation (OPBF) title holder Edward Heno (11, 5KOs-0-5) on February 17 at the Gaisano Grand Bacolod Mall, 4PM.

The Toboso-hailed Sabillo, who is also a former WBO world minimumweight champion, is looking forward to clinch the OPBF belt after a unanimous decision loss in the OPBF minimumweight title fight against Ryuya Yamanaka 2 years ago in Japan.

TMC Season 4: Livioco Leads First Qualifying Date for January

Raymund Livioco took the lead during the first of seventh qualifying dates with a promising 2-set score of 1,290 pin falls in the ongoing Tenpin Masters Challenge (TMC) Season Four monthly qualifiers at Lopue’s East Bowling Center (LEBC), Villamonte.


PRIMA coaches Bonnie Solis and Hoben Tiu visits the youth bowlers of STAI on Saturday.* (Photo by Herman Santos)

Panes Wins Manchess Player of the Year Title

Third seed Frances Glen Panes recorded 17 match points after seven rounds to win the 2017 Player of the Year title on December 27 during the Mansilingan Chess (ManChess) Society Championships at the ManChess training center in Mansilingan, Bacolod City.


Player of the year champion Frances Panes (2nd from left, seated) pose with other winners at the ManChess Society training center. With them are club president Engr Nestor Cena (right, standing) and arbiter Alfin Santizo (left).*