THE Barredo siblings put Dagupan City in the map of Philippine bowling anew when they brought home the championship in two final events and the runner-up honor in another event during the week-long 5th Nobleland Open Bowling Tournament at E-Lanes Bowling Center in San Juan City from February 23 to March 3.
Fifteen-year-old Antonio Luis T. Barredo, a student of St. Albert the Great School in Malued, Dagupan City, captured the championship in the Mixed Youth Masters on March 2 where he beat Emma Atienza of SLETBA in the finals.
Antonio Luis, affiliated with the Dagupan Tenpin Bowling Association, emerged on top of 22 finalists who saw action in that event held last March 2.
The next day, Antonio Luis repeated the feat when he competed against 30 finalists in the Mixed Masters by carding a total series of 1772 after eight games, nosing out his closest rival Bonnie Solis of TBAM PRIMA, who managed a total series of 1547 and settled for the first runner-up honor.
Meanwhile, 16-year-old Nathan Matthew, also studying at St. Albert the Great School, placed runner-up in the Mixed Graded Masters, against 19 finalists, carding 2073, in 10 games, bowing out to the eventual champion Anthony Balabo who finished with a total series of 2098.
The Barredo bowling greats are grandchildren of Dr. and Mrs. Romulo Tabayoyong of Dagupan City.
The tournament, participated in by top youth bowlers of the country, was sponsored by Nobleland Ventures Inc. (Leonardo Micua)
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