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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesTuesday, February 26, 2013
Sports

ButtonTop 4 teams eye final seat in U13 football tournament
ButtonLOPTTA gets `robot’ donation
ButtonKMH takes lead in bowling tourney
ButtonUNO-R beats CSA-B in TKP Class A
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Himamaylan athletes shine in 2013 WVRAA

Top 4 teams eye final seat in
U13 football tournament

Moises Padilla will face Mabini Elementary School, while University of St. La Salle-Integrated School will clash against St. Scholastica’s Academy in the semifinals of the Negros First Under 13 Football Tournament at the Panaad pitch this Sunday.

The top four teams advanced to the semifinals after prevailing over their separate rivals in the quarterfinals over the weekend.

Moises Padilla beat St. John’s Institute, 3-1, on two goals from Jim Mendoza and one from Simon Peter Rodriguez, all in the first half.

LOPTTA gets `robot’ donation

The Lopue’s Table Tennis Association, home of outstanding paddlers in Negros Occidental, recently received an Oukei table tennis robot from Manila-based businessman and table tennis supporter James Sy, a press release from LOPTTA said.

Sy, also the team manager of the NCAA champion San Beda College Team, recently visited the LOPTTA Center at Lopue’s San Sebastian Annex Building and was impressed by the training facilities and the achievements of the club members.

He also cited LOPTTA, headed by Leonito “Diotay” Lopue, for its grassroots program.

KMH takes lead in
bowling tourney

Kami Mga Hubin is leading in the Bacolod City National High School Batch ’85 Pirates Non-rated Trio Bowling Spectacle at the Super Lanes of the Goldenfield Commercial Complex in Bacolod City.

The KMH bowlers are leading the 16 teams with 1,863 points followed by Joe & Joe Squad with 1,848.

Flores Team has 1,844 points; Sanyo/Haier 1,843; Davies, 1,834; Momi & Me, 1,827; RJ Stars/NPBC, 1,815; LJP Trading/NPBC Tamaraw, 1,800; Terminator IV, 1,794; Eco-EDN, 1,771; BCNHS Class ’75, 1,771; Team Pirates ’85, 1,703; ERDY Builders, 1,688; BCNHS C’75, 1,570; Angry Bird, 1,509; Suppliers, 869; Bago City Bowlers, 868, and NOHS Batch ’85, 860.

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