Santa Lucia Earns Playoff Advantage

2015 PCBL Founders Cup     QUEZON CITY – Santa Lucia Realty secured the twice-to-beat advantage in the coming Pilipinas Commercial Basketball League (PCBL) Founders Cup Playoffs by slipping past a game Euro-Med Laboratories, 71-67, in games completed Tuesday (November 24) at the Jesus Christ Saves Global Outreach Gym. The win was the Realtors’ sixth in 10 games and they now await the results of the remaining games to determine their playoff opponent.

“We got what we wanted,” said Coach Boni Garcia. “However, I told the players that they should not think about having the twice-to-beat advantage and treat every game as if it was a knockout game.”

Scoreless in the first half, Mac Montilla broke his silence and exploded for 20 points and powered the Realtors to a 13-point edge entering the final two minutes, 67-54. However, Euro-Med made the contest exciting as it was the turn of Mar Villahermosa to unleash his offense via three straight triples to threaten, 63-68.

The Euro-Med defense forced Santa Lucia to earn all their points from the free throw line. Paul Zamar then scored a basket and Samboy de Leon quickly intercepted the ensuing inbounds pass for an easy stab to put Euro-Med at their closest with six ticks to go, 67-70.

Montilla was fouled and fittingly capped his performance with one more free throw for his 21st point. The Realtors then preserved the win by breaking up Euro-Med’s final possession, dribbling the final five seconds away.

Guard Kent Salado also shone for Santa Lucia with 11 points and eight rebounds. Wowie Escosio was next with 10 points and eight rebounds.

Villahermosa paced Euro-Med with 15 of his 23 points in the fourth period. Jam Cortes was the only other teammate in twin digits with 12 points on top of eight rebounds.

Euro-Med finished the classification round with an even 5-5 win-loss card. Most likely, they will face the winner of Thursday’s Cagayan-Kama Motors tussle in a virtual best-of-three series between the fourth and fifth seeds.

Meanwhile, Caida Tiles formalized their acquisition of the top seeding by pulverizing cellar-dweller Supremo Lex-Builders-OLFU, 94-65. The Tilemasters (7-3) will tangle anew with the same Builders (3-7) in the playoffs enjoying the twice-to-beat advantage.

Caida took an early 5-4 lead en route to taking the opening period, 24-14, and never looked back as starters Joseph Terso, Ford Ruaya and Jan Jamon combined for 17 points. The lead swelled to as much as 37 markers late in the fourth period, 90-53, but a spirited run allowed the Builders to pare down the final margin.

Jackson Corpuz led Caida with 15 points, 13 submitted in the second half. Jordan Rios came off the bench to pump in a personal high of 14 points, his first time to hit twin figures since making 12 in their opening day win over Foton Toplander last October 11.

Jason Escueta tried his best to carry the team with 19 points and nine rebounds followed by Jaypee Belencion with 11. The Builders missed the services of top scorers Joseph Gabayni and Joseph Marquez who average a combined 25.0 points per game.

The final day of the classification round will be this Thursday (November 26) at JCSGO. Jumbo Plastic plays Foton Toplander at 4:00 PM followed by Kama Motors against Cagayan at 6:00 PM.

How They Scored:

First Game

SANTA LUCIA (71) – Montilla 21, Salado 11, Escosio 10, Vidal 7, Bautista 7, Onwubere 5, Wetherell 4, Sarangay 4, Ilagan 2, Camasura 0, Castanarez 0, Ablaza 0, Gabriel 0, Celiz 0.

EURO-MED (67) – Villahermosa 23, Cortes 12, Llagas 8, Custodio 8, de Leon 7, Cruz 3, Jeruta 2, Zamar 2, Abundo 2, Galanza 0, Santos 0.

Period Scores: 13-16, 29-28, 48-46, 71-67.

Second Game

CAIDA TILES (94) – Corpuz 15, Rios 14, Ruaya 12, Lozada 8, Gabawan 7, Terso 7, Jamon 7, Jalalon 7, Hayes 6, Robles 6, Almario 2, Leynes 2, Maiquez 1.

SUPREMO LEX-OLFU (65) – Escueta 19, Belencion 11, Bitoon 9, Yaya 8, Santos 6, Importante 5, Teodoro 3, Bargola 2, Juanico 2, Olondriz 0, Cabrera 0.

Period Scores: 24-14, 46-30, 72-47, 94-65.

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Unabia, Hallasgo Take CdeO

#BuildChampions     CAGAYAN DE Oro City – Past champions showed the way in claiming the final slots at the 39th MILO Marathon qualifiers last Sunday (November 22) at the Centrio Mall. All that’s left is the final showdown of all the Philippines’ running elite in the National Finals on December 6, 2016 at the SM City Clark in Angeles City, Pampanga.

Running coach Arnold Unabia of Tangub City gave the estimated 11,900-strong field a neat lesson as he completed the almost flat 21-kilometer course in 1:15:27. Coming in a close Second Place was 2014 Butuan City champion Jerald Zabala (1:15:40) followed by Third Place Bryan Quiamco (1:15:50).

The 37-year old Unabia was last season’s General Santos champion. Ironically, defending Cagayan de Oro leg champion Juneil Languido opted to compete and won this year’s General Santos last October 18.

A notable finisher was three-time MILO King Cresenciano Sabal who wound up at Ninth Place with a clocking of 1:21:22. Sabal ruled the country’s premier road race in 2005, 2007 and 2009 and will now aim for a fourth crown at the Nationals.

In the distaff side, Christine Hallasgo of retained her title with a time of 1:28:25. Taking Second Place Michelle Ann Sampang (1:39:41) was followed by Ailene Tolentino (1:45:35).

Hallasgo had to juggle her training schedule with her studies and internship as she will soon be completing her Public Administration degree from Bukidnon State University. It was a good day for the family as her sister Esterlita Organiza ruled the 10-kilometer side event.

Both 21-kilometer champions took home trophies and PHP 10,000.00. The MILO King and Queen will be sent to no less than the 120th Boston Marathon, arguably the ultimate race for all runners as far as prestige and tradition is concerned.

Selected public school pupils from Cagayan de Oro and nearby areas received new athletic shoes from MILO as part of the race’s long-term advocacy as they aim to build champions. Perhaps one of these children will follow in the powerful strides of reigning MILO King and Queen Rafael Poliquit and Mary Joy Tabal.

Other Winners: Christian Jude Sandinao and Esterlita Organiza (10 kilometers), John Michael Largo and Emalyn Taypin (five kilometers) and Renson Lopez and Ynah Ybanez (three kilometers).

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SpeEd UnLIMITed For Kids This Jan. 31

SpeEdPoster1    CHILDREN WITH special needs will definitely welcome the New Year with a bang with the holding of “SpeEd UnLIMITed: A Very Special Run” to be held on January 31, 2016 (Sunday) at the Cultural Center of the Philippines grounds. The Child’s World, school dedicated to special education, has partnered with the Pinoy Aspiring Runners (PAR) as the running group continues its advocacy of giving back to the community through noble charity fun runs.

Runners of all skill levels are invited to try the 16, 10, five and one-kilometer races. The event’s beneficiaries will also run accompanied by their guardians.

Registration fees are set at PHP 800.00 (16 kilometers), PHP 650.00 (10 kilometers), PHP 550.00 (five kilometers) and PHP 350.00 (one kilometer). All categories come with an event singlet and race bib.

Registration will begin on the first week December at Mizuno branches located at Trinoma Mall, SM Mall of Asia and SM Megamall, Garmin at Glorietta V and at Stamina Gym in Malibay, Pasay City. Guardians or companions of special children runners will be given a free race bib as long as they present proper identification and documents.

Cash prizes will also be awarded to the top male and female finishers in the 16, 10 and five-kilometer categories. All finishers will receive medals while finisher shirts await the 16-kilometer runners.

Proceeds of the run will go furthering the scholarship fund for The Child’s World as well as improving their cultural arts and sports programs. At least a quarter of the school’s students come from disadvantaged families so organizers are hoping that awareness about special education will increase through the fun run.

SpeEd UnLIMITed also marks PAR’s third anniversary of existence. Since their first anniversary in 2013, the dynamic running group of President Joseph Balbino and founder Andrew Gacayan has always made it a point to hold an annual fundraiser for different charitable causes.

For more updates, the latest promos and to donate directly, visit the event’s official Facebook page at SpeEd UnLIMITed. The Child’s World is located along the stretch of Atok Street in Santa Mesa Heights, Quezon City.

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Triples Win It For Euro-Med, Supremo Lex

2015 PCBL Founders Cup     SAN JUAN City – Accurate three-point shooting was the big difference as Euro-Med Laboratories and Supremo Lex Builders-OLFU whitewashed separate opponents at the resumption of the Pilipinas Commercial Basketball League (PCBL) Founders Cup Friday (November 20) at the San Juan Arena.

Euro-Med had to work extra hard after falling behind early to get the better of the Cagayan Rising Suns, 77-63. It was the same story for the Builders as they slowly crept back to topple the Jumbo Plastic Linoleum Giants, 69-62.

Paul Zamar opened the final period with a triple, 61-58. From there, he would blast two more with Jopher Custodio and Mar Villahermosa adding one each for good measure as the once-tight contest blew wide open.

Villahermosa also converted on several layups off turnovers that tolled heavily on the Suns’ chances. Zamar’s final triple proved to be the backbreaker as it upped Euro-Med’s lead to 13 markers at the two-minute warning, 75-62.

The Rising Suns banked on the hot shooting of Ralph Salcedo to race to a 29-13 lead late in the second period. From there, Villahermosa and Samboy de Leon scattered a combined nine points in the third canto to temporarily grab the lead for the first time, 37-36.

Euro-Med allowed the Rising Suns to get back ahead but Custodio nailed a triple at the close of the period that tied the count at 58-58. That was a portent of things to come.

“Our motivation today was to get back at Cagayan after they beat us in our first game,” said Coach Yong Garcia. “The difference now is that we are a complete team as we did not have Zamar and (Pari) Llagas then.”

Villahermosa mocked all defenders to finish with 21 points and four assists. Zamar and Custodio followed with 13 and 12 points respectively, both personal highs for the tournament.

Coach Garcia praised Villahermosa’s work ethic, describing him as always early for practice and the last to leave after doing extra work. He also gave credit to his guards for their defense on the usually prolific CJ Isit, who was limited to a lone triple, a far cry from his 13.7 scoring average entering the game.

With Isit struggling, Salcedo took over the scoring load to finish with 14 points but was held scoreless in the second half. Stephen Siruma and Nicole Bangga tried to help by chipping in 11 and 10 markers respectively.

In the second game, the Builders unloaded 11 triples on a stunned Jumbo Plastic squad. Alvin Padilla and Tristan Perez scored back-to-back field goals to start the third period and tied the game for the last time, 28-28.

Suddenly, the initial barrage came in as Christopher Bitoon and Bernabe Teodoro countered with back-to-back triples, 34-28. From there, Teodoro would continue his personal onslaught as the Builders would hold on to the lead for good.

Timely baskets by Bitoon, Joseph Gabayni and Jaypee Belencion helped maintain their distance. A second set of back-to-back triples by Bitoon and Teodoro gave Supremo Lex an unassailable dozen-point advantage with 1:38 left on the game clock, 67-55.

Bitoon hit four triples en route to a personal conference-best of 19 points. Teodoro was just as hot, connecting on six triples for a total of 18 points, also a personal conference high.

James Martinez tried his best to lift the Giants but to avail, tallying 12 markers. Perez and Padilla were next with 10 points but the rest of the team failed to hit their usual scoring averages, most glaring of which was Jeff Alvin Viernes who went scoreless after averaging 16.1 per game.

The penultimate day of the classification phase will be played this Tuesday (November 24) at the Jesus Christ Saves Global Outreach Gym in Cubao, Quezon City. Euro-Med tangles with Santa Lucia Realty at 4:00 followed by the Builders versus top seed Caida Tiles at 6:00 PM.

How They Scored:

First Game

EURO-MED (77) – Villahermosa 21, Zamar 13, Custodio 12, de Leon 7, Cruz 6, Abundo 5, Cortes 4, Santos 4, Jeruta 3, Llagas 2, Galanza 0.

CAGAYAN VALLLEY (63) – Salcedo 14, Siruma 11, Bangga 10, Brana 8, Acidre 5, Doligon 3, Arce 3, Managuelod 3, Flores 3, Isit 3, Caranguian 0.

Period Scores: 6-19, 23-31, 48-48, 77-63.

Second Game

SUPREMO LEX-OLFU (69) – Bitoon 19, Teodoro 18, Gabayni 14, Belencion 6, Escueta 6, Yaya 4, Importante 2, Santos 0, Juanico 0, Marquez 0.

JUMBO PLASTIC (62) – Martinez 12, Padilla 10, Perez 10, Arellano 8, Mandani 7, Taganas 5, Eguilos 5, J. Lopez 3, Acosta 2, Viernes 0, Tayongtong 0.

Period Scores: 8-16, 28-24, 48-43, 69-62.

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Caida Tiles Top Seed; Foton Zooming

2015 PCBL Founders Cup     QUEZON CITY – Elite guards Jiovani Jalalon and Allan Mangahas lifted their respective teams to victories at the Pilipinas Commercial Basketball League (PCBL) Founders Cup Thursday (November 19) at the Jesus Christ Saves Global Outreach Gym. Jalalon and the Caida Tilemasters whipped Santa Lucia Realty, 90-79, while Mangahas and Foton Toplander survived Kama Motors, 87-84.

More importantly, Caida’ seventh win in nine starts assured them of the top seeding in the playoff round. The top four seeds will enjoy a twice-to-beat advantage over the lower seeds hence none of the eight participating teams will be eliminated.

With a lone field goal to show through three periods, Jalalon turned up the juice in the fourth as he unloaded four points and assisted to two key baskets at the tail end of a dizzying 20-6 run that put Caida comfortably ahead for good, 80-70, and 2:44 to go. The Realtors countered with four unanswered points to close in, 74-80, but that was the best that they could do as Jalalon and Billy Ray Robles completed a pair of steals that both led the breakaway layups to seal the deal.

Robles topped all scorers with a personal best of 22 points to go with four rebounds and four assists. Jalalon totalled 10 points, six rebounds, eight assists and four steals to share Best Player honors with Marvin Hayes who had 15 points, 12 rebounds and five assists.

“He is now adjusting, he is our leader now and I know he is capable,” said Coach Michael Buendia about Jalalon after the game. The do-it-all guard joined the team in their third game then took two games off with the consent of the coaching staff to rest and recharge.

The Malolos City-based Tilemasters are now on a two-game run after arresting their two-game losing streak that followed their 5-0 start. “We became complacent after the 5-0 start so we pushed the players to work harder in practice especially on defense,” said Coach Buendia.

Wowie Escosio paced the Realtors with 12 points, five rebounds and three assists followed by Kent Salado with 10 points, three assists and two steals. Caida outscored Santa Lucia in the fourth period, 32-21 after a 58-58 deadlock after three periods.

In the second game, Foton Toplander achieved their first back-to-back wins and raised their record to 3-6 while Kama Motors dropped to 4-5. Mangahas uncorked a big triple that shattered the game’s final deadlock, 85-82, with 41 seconds on the clock.

Mark Montuano quickly scored a basket but could not complete his bonus free throw and still trail, 84-85. Levi Hernandez then missed a triple but Ed Rivera collared the defensive rebound plus a foul from Rudy Lingganay.

Rivera then made both gift shots for the final count. Lingganay tried to force an extension but his triple attempt missed at the buzzer.

The Pampanga-based quintet looked headed for a cakewalk after Rivera completed a three-point play to begin the second half for their biggest lead, 48-30, but Kama had other plans as a barrage of three triples from JR Cawaling and one each from Roider Cabrera and Yvan Ludovice helped make the difference closer entering the final canto, 57-61.

“I told Allan to do his thing, he is our veteran and superstar,” said Coach Jonathan Reyes. Mangahas downplayed his coach’s praises by saying “I’ve been with this team for only two months and I’m still adjusting and learning – it’s good that I have played with some of my teammates before in other leagues.”

It has been a big challenge for Mangahas to travel daily between his home in San Pedro, Laguna to the team’s practices in San Fernando City. In between, he still attends classes at the Mapua Institute of Technology where he hopes to earn his degree next year.

Mangahas flirted with a triple double by submitted nine of his 21 points in the fourth period on top of seven rebounds and eight assists. Marlon Gomez had a double-double of 19 points and 10 rebounds while three other teammates tallied twin digits as Foton avenged their 74-76 setback to Kama last October 26.

Lingganay showed the way for Kama with 21 points, five rebounds and nine assists. Cabrera followed with 17 and Cawaling added 15 as the team shot a combined 13 out of 38 triple attempts.

There will be limited time to rest as the PCBL Founders Cup resumes on Friday (November 20) at the San Juan Arena. Euro-Med Laboratories plays the Cagayan Rising Suns for the second time at 4:00 PM followed by the rematch between Jumbo Plastic and Supremo Lex Builders-OLFU at the 6:00 PM.

How They Scored:

First Game

CAIDA TILES (90) – Robles 22, Hayes 15, Jalalon 10, Corpuz 9, Lozada 8, Gabawan 7, Almario 7, Ruaya 6, Maiquez 4, Leynes 2, Terso 0, Jamon 0, Rios 0.

SANTA LUCIA (79) – Escosio 12, Salado 10, Camasura 9, Montilla 8, Vidal 8, Bautista 8, Gabriel 8, Onwubere 6, Ilagan 4, Celiz 4, Ablaza 2, Wetherell 0, Castanarez 0.

Period Scores: 18-16, 39-45, 58-58, 90-79.

Second Game

FOTON (87) – Mangahas 21, Gomez 19, Hernandez 18, Rivera 15, Nacpil 12, Reyes 2, Rosaroso 0, Enriquez 0, Juruena 0.

KAMA MOTORS (84) – Lingganay 21, Cabrera 17, Cawaling 15, Argamino 13, Ludovice 6, Ambulodto 6, Montuano 4, Calisaan 2, Lunor 0, Saitanan 0.

Period Scores: 26-17, 45-30, 61-57, 87-84.

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Foton, Kama Speed Away With Wins

2015 PCBL Founders Cup     QUEZON CITY – Kama Motors is on a high after establishing the first back-to-back wins in team history by subduing the Jumbo Plastic Linoleum Giants, 80-78, in continuing action from the Pilipinas Commercial Basketball League (PCBL) Founders Cup last Tuesday (November 17) at the Jesus Christ Saves Global Outreach Gym. While Kama is streaking, the Giants suddenly find themselves in a two-game skid after winning five in a row.

Kama used a 16-0 blast midway in the fourth period to erect their biggest lead of the game entering the final two minutes, 79-68, Unfazed, Jumbo Plastic countered with a 10-0 run of their own capped by a Mark Lopez free throw that put them within a point at the 13-second mark, 78-79.

Lopez quickly fouled Rudy Lingganay, who could only make the first of two gift shots and pad their lead, 80-78. The Giants had a good chance to win or force overtime but Jeff Alvin Viernes missed on a strong drive and Tristan Perez failed to tip in the offensive rebound to seal their fate.

“As you saw in the fourth, this was a game of runs and we just made the right defensive stops at the right time,” said a very elated Coach Aris Dimaunahan. “I really like the players’ dedication and their cohesion is improving as this is a very big win for us.”

Kama Motors entered the game sans recruits Jonathan Grey and Jamil Ortuoste who nursed injuries. Paolo Pontejos was also unavailable due to a school activity at Jose Rizal University.

“They are good for at least 30 points combined,” said Coach Dimaunahan about his missing players. “Good thing everyone contributed especially the veterans like JR Cawaling, Roider Cabrera and Rudy Lingganay who saved us.”

Cawaling returned after a two-game absence due to a hamstring injury to scatter 11 of his 18 points in the pivotal third period. Cabrera fired four triples en route to 16 points and 11 rebounds while Lingganay starred in the fourth period with nine of his 15 points on top of seven rebounds and nine assists.

In the curtain-raiser, the battle of the bottom two squads in the standings proved to be entertaining as Foton Toplander rallied in the fourth period to frustrate Supremo Lex Builders-OLFU, 96-92. Both teams are now tied with 2-6 records.

The Builders bungled a 17-point advantage as Foton turned to the big plays of Ed Rivera, Allan Mangahas and Jeric Nacpil in the crunch to reverse the result in their favor. Rivera’s final field goal broke the game’s last deadlock, 87-85, and under three minutes to play.

While Supremo Lex continued to come back, Nacpil hit a crucial side jumper with the shot clock winding down and 13 ticks on the game clock, 94-90. Joseph Gabayni then scored to threaten for the last time, 92-94.

Mangahas was quickly fouled and calmly made both his free throws for the final tally with still eight seconds in the balance. Despite going scoreless in the fourth, Marlon Gomez more importantly sealed the victory by breaking up Supremo’s ensuing possession.

“In our tournament format, no one will be eliminated from the playoffs so we might pull an upset,” said Coach Jonathan Reyes. “Despite our standing, I am satisfied with the way we are performing – the players are staying within system and play hard always.”

Rivera, the burly center out of Arellano University, powered the win with 25 points, 11 rebounds and four assists. Nacpil followed with 16 points and six rebounds.

Gabayni matched his tournament-best of 21 points plus nine rebounds. Jaypee Belencion and Jason Escueta added 18 and 16 points respectively while Christopher Bitoon had a double-double of 10 points and 12 assists.

The PCBL Founders Cup resumes on Thursday (November 19) with top team Caida Tiles testing Santa Lucia Realty at 4:00 PM followed by a meeting of today’s winners in Kama Motors and Foton at 6:00 PM. Venue is still at the JCSGO Gym.

How They Scored:

First Game

FOTON (96) – Rivera 25, Nacpil 16, Gomez 14, Hernandez 10, Mangahas 9, Reyes 6, Enriquez 6, Rosaroso 5, Moraga 5, Penaflor 0.

SUPREMO LEX-OLFU (92) – Gabayni 21, Belencion 18, Escueta 16, Bitoon 10, Teodoro 7, Jornacion 5, Yaya 4, Juanico 4, Marquez 4, Santos 3, Rosales 0.

Period Scores: 14-22, 41-48, 65-75, 96-94.

Second Game

KAMA MOTORS (80) – Cawaling 18, Cabrera 16, Lingganay 15, Calisaan 13, Montuano 10, Argamino 5, Ambulodto 2, Ludovice 1, Llera 0, Lunor 0, Saitanan 0.

JUMBO PLASTIC (78) – Martinez 14, M. Lopez 11, Viernes 11, J. Lopez 11, Padilla 9, Taganas 6, Perez 6, Arellano 5, Tayongtong 3, Mandani 2, Eguilos 0.

Period Scores: 19-19, 31-38, 60-59, 80-78.

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Tadlas, Aclo Score First MILO Wins

#BuildChampions     BUTUAN CITY – Patience has finally paid off for seasoned runners Bobby Tadlas and Michell Ann Aclo after they finally nailed a regional leg as the 39th MILO Marathon completed its penultimate qualifier at the Father Saturnino Urios University last Sunday (November 15). Sunday’s winners are long time participants in MILO-sponsored races.

Tadlas won out in his duel with Ramil Neri by crossing the line in 1:13:25. Neri settled for Second Place, missing top honors by a mere seven seconds at 1:13:32, followed by Third Placer Arlon Gape (17:02).

It was sweet redemption for Tadlas who finished runner-up a year ago to Jerald Zabala. Neri took third spot in the same race.

Aclo had the same story as Tadlas, a former 10-kilometer champion who finished runner-up in 2014 to eventual MILO Queen Mary Joy Tabal. She timed 1:42:13, followed by Jennifer Red Salceda (1:51:23) and Janette Mendoza (1:55:11).

Both winners received PHP 10,000.00 and trophies. Butuan produced 32 male and two female qualifiers that will go on to the National Finals set for December 6, 2015 at the SM City Clark in Angeles City, Pampanga.

This year’s MILO Marathon will reward the King and Queen with the chance to represent the Philippines in the 120th Boston Marathon in the United States on April 18, 2016. This marks the third straight year that the MILO champions will be sent to an international race after Paris in 2014 and Los Angeles earlier this year.

Thousands of public school children from Butuan and nearby areas also benefited from the MILO Marathon’s advocacy of giving athletic shoes. It is hoped that these shoes will be the tools to help build the next generation of Filipino sports champions.

The final chance for runners to earn coveted slots in the Nationals will be next Sunday (November 22) at Cagayan de Oro City. For more information and registration, contact Circle Productions Inc. At (0915) 375-3117.

Other Winners: Kheenan Luo James Caburnay and Jeneper Paloma (10 kilometers), Raymund Lopez and Weljaleyn Puro (five kilometers) and Jayvier Duhac and Jenibie Pras (three kilometers).

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