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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesSaturday, June 4, 2011

ButtonAlcala overpowers Carlos to reach PBaRS semifinals
ButtonBatch 94/95, 2003/2004 win USLS Alumni title
ButtonACCI Transport post win in Fil-Sino
ButtonNat’l U14 football team  gets ready for Vietnam
Class ’85 regain top seat in bowlfest

Alcala overpowers Carlos
to reach PBaRS semifinals

Malvinne Alcala mastered Bianca Carlos in a duel of fancied bets, fashioning out a 21-10, 21-9 romp to roll into the semifinal round of the Open Ladies' singles in the MVP Sports Foundation-Bingo Bonanza Philippine Badminton Ranking System tournament at the Pohang Badminton Courts in Bacolod City yesterday.

Alcala showed the form that won her the Li-ning Australia Juniors crown recently and outplayed Carlos throughout, dethroning the defending champion in 25 minutes while putting her on track of the crown in the premier division she missed while competing in Australia last March.

Batch 94/95, 2003/2004
win USLS Alumni title

Batch 94/95 and Batch 2003/2004 turned back the resistance from their opponents to capture the title in their respective divisions of the University of St. La Salle Alumni Basketball Tournament at the USLS coliseum in Bacolod City Thursday night.

Using another balanced attack, the 94/95 cagers overwhelmed Batch 85/90, with a 100-85 thrashing to complete a two-game sweep of the Group B finals.

Batch 2003/2004 also pulled off a sweep in Group A, by getting away with a 67-63 win over Batch 2006.

ACCI Transport post
win in Fil-Sino

AACI Transport barged into the win column by holding off AACI Farms, 108-100, and Basecom defeated JSY Countertrade, 102-88, as action heats up in the Fil-Sino All Asian Countertrade Inter-Color Basketball Tournament at Bacolod Tay Tung High School Po Hang Gym.

In the first game, after a 26-all first quarter deadlock, AACI Transport zoomed to a 59-39 halftime lead as Nico Lopingco scored  15 points and teammate Stanley Bontigao added eight points.

Transport posted a commanding 88-57 third quarter lead with a balanced offense as eight players scored led by Mark Coo with eight points.

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