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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesThursday, November 14, 2013

ButtonStingers join relief operations
ButtonSilverado, NPBC pace NSL bowlfest
ButtonTraining hampers Pacquiao  from visiting typhoon victims
ButtonSan Beda guns for 4-peat today

Stingers join relief operations

The University of St. La Salle Stingers opted to join the La Salle-Bacolod community in distributing relief goods to victims of typhoon `Yolanda’ in Panay island while waiting for their schedule for the best-of-three final series in the NOPSSCEA men’s basketball.

USLS External Relations director and Stingers team manager Rhoderick Samonte said the basketball team will be leaving tomorrow evening on board a roll-on roll-off sea vessel bound for Dumangas and will travel to Roxas City, Capiz, the first stop of the USLS Operasyon Yolanda.

Also joining the group are former varsity players of USLS, the Ceres-La Salle football team, Balayan staff, student volunteers, the Institute for Negros Development, and the Integrated School Community Service Center.

Silverado, NPBC pace NSL bowlfest

Silverado/ASSFBI and NPBC/LJP Trading led in the opening round of the 4th NSL Christmas Cup Non-rated Trio Bowling Tournament at the Super Lanes of the Goldenfield Commercial Complex in Bacolod City.

The winning squads headed by Cecil Ramon Silverio and Gil Villagante, posted similar 1,011 points and lead the nine other teams in the competition.

Silverio, Cesar Sumaylo and Orly Guiljon played for Silverado, while Jam Morales, Hernand Garciniego and Rommel Galvan are members of the LJP bowling team.

Training hampers Pacquiao
 from visiting typhoon victims

Boxing star Manny Pacquiao admitted feelings of anguish and regret after the final stages of training for a must-win fight kept him from visiting typhoon victims in his native Philippines.

Pacquiao said he felt "very bad" for the thousands killed and displaced by super typhoon Haiyan, one of the most powerful ever recorded, which swept through central islands.

But Pacquiao, who is training out of harm's way in his home city of General Santos, said he could not jeopardize preparations for his November 24 fight against America's Brandon Rios.

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