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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesFriday, January 11, 2013
Sports

ButtonCadiz SPED students take lead in nat’l age-group chess tourney
ButtonSoftball exec hits DECS Bacolod
ButtonTalk ‘N Text eyes Game 2 win against Rain or Shine in PBA

Cadiz SPED students take lead
in nat’l age-group chess tourney

Outstanding chess talents are starting to emerge from Cadiz City as a group of students from SPED Training Center dominated the Round 1 of the 2013 Natinoal Age-Group Chess Championships Visayas Qualifying at the

Cadiz City Multi-Purpose Hall yesterday.

Grade 3 student SPED students Zain Carl Anthony beat John Raymund Dulutan in the 10-under category, while schoolmate Travor Benjamin Gendrala, 11, prevailed over Karl Jhunz Gonzales in the 12-under group.

Also posting a win in Round 1 was SPED student Kristel Shayne Herrera, who turned back Mailyn Cangucang of Escalante in the girls’ 16-under category. Fellow Cadiznon Divine Joyce Sarabia joined her in the list of winners in the girls’ department.

D’ Adventurer ladies
pace PCJEM bowlfest

D Adventurer’s all-ladies team had the highest score during the opening round of the PCJEM Non-rated Trio Bowling Tournament at the Lopue’s East Bowling Center in Barangay Villamonte, Bacolod City.

Led by Minnie Chua, D Adventurer had a total of 1,047 pinfalls. The Bankers Team anchored by Art Palo and Pat Mendoza’s ESD Electronz were second and third with 1,026 and 1,004 pinfalls.

The other competing squads are Team Nonoy with 1,000; SJHS-LS Batch ’69, 999; Davies Fusion, 994; Tiger Eye, 977; PCJJ, 972; Canvil Knights, 964; Jed Team, 899; Golden Lady, 883; and JDTU, 860.

Talk ‘N Text eyes Game 2 win
against Rain or Shine in PBA

After taking Game 1 Wednesday night, 87-81, Talk N Text Tropang Texters head coach Norman Black sets his eyes on another win tonight, anticipating adjustments from coach Yeng Guiao of Rain or Shine as the two teams battle for the PBA Philippine Cup crown at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.

Black told Manila-based reporters that despite his team having a 1-0 edge, the fun is just about to begin for him and Guiao.

“I’m sure coach Yeng (Guiao of Rain or Shine) will be making adjustments for the next game, so we have to figure out what those will be and try to counter them,” said Black in a report published at the PBA website. “It’s a good start for us, but at the same time we know we have to win Game 2 and really get ahead in this series. Otherwise we know they can bounce back,” he added.

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