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Pangasinan falls to Biñan, 72-75 in MPBL

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THE Pangasinan Heatwaves failed to defend their homecourt advantage against the Biñan Tatak Gel Beast in a thrilling match, 72-75 last May 18 at the Calasiao Sports Complex. The recent blow marked the sixth loss of Pangasinan against only two wins in the 6th MPBL tourney. In the opening frame, the Heatwaves was off to a cold start,…

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Pangasinan falls to Biñan, 72-75 in MPBL

By May 26, 2024Sports

San Carlos Archery Club shines in LU archery tourney

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THE San Carlos City Amputi Layag Archery Club showcased its accurate shooting skills that earned for it four golds and with two silvers at the 5th Mayor’s Archery Cup in celebration of “Diro” Festival in Bacnotan, La Union last May 18-19 held at the Bacnotan National High School. Seventeen-year-old Leila Jell Cano of Turac National High School harvested four golds and ruled the four different categories of the tourney: Under 18 Girls,…

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San Carlos Archery Club shines in LU archery tourney

By May 26, 2024Sports

Caloocan edges Pangasinan, 66-65 in MPBL

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THE Pangasinan Heatwaves suffered a harrowing defeat in the hands of host Caloocan Batang Kankaloo, 65-66, last May 10, 2024 at the Caloocan Sports Complex. It was the heatwaves fifth loss against just two wins in the 6th MPBL season. Pangasinan had a rousing start at the half of Jason Tan’s two treys beyond the arc, along with Ralph Robin’s…

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Caloocan edges Pangasinan, 66-65 in MPBL

By May 20, 2024Sports

1-Ramon Guico III National Karatedo Open kicks-off

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SOME 700 karate jins saw action and showcased their karate brilliance during the recently concluded 1st Ramon Guico III National Karatedo Open last May 11, 2024 at the Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center in Lingayen. Featured in the one-day invitational tournament are the 25 karate clubs from the province and invited teams from Northern Luzon,…

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1-Ramon Guico III National Karatedo Open kicks-off

By May 19, 2024Sports

NO BALIKATAN EXERCISE IN DAGUPAN

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NO BALIKATAN EXERCISE IN DAGUPAN – Participants, clad in full military battle gears, in the  Bay Area 12 Man 24-hour Airsoft Milsim Battle held in Sitio Silungan, Bonuan Binloc, Dagupan City return to the “mess hall” after their “encounters” ended.  The players used high caliber airsoft weapons in the game held as the new…

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NO BALIKATAN EXERCISE IN DAGUPAN

By May 12, 2024Sports

UL Tigers bow out in NCRAA tourney

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THE University of Luzon Golden Tigers suffered a blowout loss against the number one-seed Olivares College Sea Lions, 69-90, ending its campaign in the quarterfinal round of the 30thNCRAA basketball tourney last May 3, 2024 at the Olivarez College Gymnasium. In the opening quarter, the Sea Lions quickly displayed their strength in defense and collective scoring to mount an…

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UL Tigers bow out in NCRAA tourney

By May 12, 2024Sports

Umingan NHS wins national youth volleyball championship

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The Umingan players ran, jumped, screamed after winning their final match. THE Umingan National High School Men’s Volleyball team staged a come-from-behind victory against VNS Savouge in a pulsating five-set thriller; 25-23, 23-25, 23-25, 25-17, 16-14 in the gold medal match in the Philippine National Volleyball Federation (PNVF) U18 Championships last April 28 at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum in Manila….

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Umingan NHS wins national youth volleyball championship

By May 6, 2024Sports

UL Tigers roll past BCP, earn playoff spot in NCRAA tourney

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THE University of Luzon Golden Tigers triumphed over host Bestlink College of the Philippines in a high-scoring duel, 112-106, in the 30th season of NCRAA basketball tournament last April 26 held at the Bestlink gymnasium in Novaliches, Quezon City. Golden Tigers’ Jhomel Sansano erupted with a season-high 46 points on 16-of-25 field goal shooting,…

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UL Tigers roll past BCP, earn playoff spot in NCRAA tourney

By May 6, 2024Sports

Dagupeña karate jin clinches gold in SEA tourney

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TWENTY-one-year-old Arianne Brito brought honor and glory to Dagupan City after winning the gold in Individual U21 Female Kumite +68kg during the recently concluded 11th South East Asian Karate Federation (SEAKF) Championships last April 24-26 in Bangkok, Thailand. Brito took down Mirza Amirah  Faizal of Malaysia, 4-0, in the final tiff of the female U21 kumite class and outclassed Indonesia’s Reyva Sambenthiro…

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Dagupeña karate jin clinches gold in SEA tourney

By May 6, 2024Sports