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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesWednesday, October 19, 2011
Sports

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Bacoleños top Dama tilt

Mustangs win
13th NOPSSCEA title

USLS Stingers put up a good fight

Down by three points going into the fourth quarter, the West Negros Mustangs kept their composure to wrestle back the lead and turn back the hard-fighting University of St. La Salle Stingers, 71-66, in Game Two of the best-of-three finals, to keep the crown and win their 13th straight NOPSSCEA men’s basketball title at the USLS Coliseum last night.

“It was difficult. Of all the championships, this one was the toughest but I believe in our team and was confident that we will get through,” Mustangs team manager Tony Agustin said after the game.

Coach Troy Sarabia, who won his third championship for the Mustangs since joining the team in 2009, said the Stingers is a very good team but in the end, the breaks of the game went their way.

SJI Juniors squad
dominates Group A

St. John’s Institute dominated their rivals in Group A of the Junior Boy’s NOPSSCEA Basketball at the West Negros University Gymnasium.

The defending champion SJI Falcons ended their elimination round undefeated in four games. They kicked off their title retention campaign with a 91-68 rout of Tay Tung High School, and followed it up with a victory over Bacolod Christian College of Negros, 147-38.

In a back-to-back game last weekend, they scored more than 300 points against Jack & Jill, 172-27, and Trinity Christian School 130-33.

2011 GAEV chessfest
opens today at Captel

A total of  118 players, including seven National masters, led by defending champion NM Sander Severino, will compete in a week-long 2011 3rd George Aguirre/Eugenio Villanueva Memorial Negros Open Individual Chess Tournament starting today at the Montelibano Hall of Captel Hotel located at North Capitol Road-Gatuslao Street in Bacolod City.

Matches will start after the opening ceremony with Kanlandog Lions Club president Laurence Villanueva as guest speaker.

Other National Masters, who are joining the tournament are Rodrigo Atotubo, Rodolfo Toledo, Edwin Tan, Alfred Acaling III, Houri Amed and female NM Ronalie Toledo.

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