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Bacolod City, Philippines Wednesday, July 29, 2015

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Button Batch '78 captures title in St. Jo alumni bowlfest
Button Bad Boys post 3rd win in PROBAC cagefest
Button Triathletes test bike course of Cebu's Cobra Ironman


Batch '78 captures title
in St. Jo alumni bowlfest

Bracket A top team Batch 78 anchored by Jack Palermo beat Bracket B winner Batch '84 headed by Art Palo in the battle of champions of the 29 th St. Joseph School- La Salle Alumni Inter-class Bowlfest 2015 at the Lopue's East Bowling Centre in Barangay Villamonte in Bacolod City.

The tournament was hosted by SJHS-LS Batch '90.

The championship was the first for Batch '78 whose team this year was boosted by the presence of Elmer Libo-on, Rey Pesares, Jerry Pura, Lucia Calumba, Aster Libo-on, Weena Magturo and Palermo.

Bad Boys post 3rd win
in PROBAC cagefest

Robbie Jalando-on and Mark dela Cruz scored 13 points each in the final minutes as defending champion Bad Boys beat GAB Sports, 100-82, and remain undefeated in the PROBAC Invitational Basketball 2nd Conference played at STI-West Negros University gym, a press release from the organizers said.

GAB Sports took an early lead at 29-24 in the first quarter behind Tommy Andren's 12 points all from the three-point area, as Anthon Comoda added 10 points while Al Jareno shot 8 points for Bad Boys.

Dela Cruz sizzled in the second canto for Bad Boys as he delivered 12 points to anchor a 23-15 run as the defending champions posted a 47-44 halftime lead.

Triathletes test bike course
of Cebu's Cobra Ironman

More than 200 triathletes Sunday tested the bike course of the Cobra Ironman 70.3 Philippines 2015 set to roll off on August 2 at the Shangrila's Mactan Island Resort and Spa in Lapu-Lapu City.

The bike out, which started and ended at the Lapu-Lapu Shrine in Punta Engaño, Lapu-Lapu City, was the most participated bike out in four years and most of the triathletes rated this year's bike route much better than last year's.

The organizers had to change the bike route last year to a double M-loop to avoid the roads that were still being repaired.

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