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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesTuesday, June 23, 2009
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ButtonMelligen set to return home after big victory in Mexico
ButtonNGP cagers eye title in Merci basketball tilt
ButtonClass ’82 keeps No. 1 spot  in NOHS alumni bowlfest
ButtonAngping wants flu test for RP Team members

Melligen set to return home
after big victory in Mexico

BY NIDA BUENAFE

The latest toast of ALA Gym, Bacolod City’s very own son Mark Jason Melligen, is arriving in the city this week to attend the wake of his grandfather, Rosendo, who died from a stroke.

His mother, Melly Francisca, said Mark Jason was so deeply saddened by the news of his grandfather’s death that they were worried it would affect his fight against Mexican Fabian Luque last Sunday.

Instead, the 23-year-old Bacoleño pug unleashed his power on Luque, floored him once in the first round, and finished the fight in the second canto with a technical knockout.

NGP cagers eye title in
Merci basketball tilt

The Negros Grace Pharmacy Team booked a seat in the finals after prevailing over Merci Delivery, 89-83, in the ongoing MERCI Invitational Basketball Tournament at Brgy. Eroreco Gym in Bacolod City.

With the win, NGP earned a twice-to-beat in the finals against the winner of the semis game between Merci Delivery and Happy Trade set this week.

Aside from the four teams that made it to the Magic Four, the six-team cast in the tournament includes Merci Production Department and Honda Power Cycle.

Class ’82 keeps No. 1
spot  in NOHS alumni bowlfest

Class ’82 continued to keep the top post of the ongoing Negros Occidental High School Inter-Class Alumni Bowling Tournament dubbed “President Mariano Tuvilla Cup” at the Super Lanes of the Goldenfield Commercial Complex in Bacolod City.

The Cesar Sumaylo led Class ’82 is now on top of the heap with9,032 pinfalls followed by Class ’68  piloted by Cero Cordova with 8,831.

Class ’72 was third with 8,793, while Class ’66 is fourth, from ninth overall with 8,773 after posting 1,433 pinfalls.

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