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IT WAS only one match, but for Marc Pradel, beating the top seed in the 16-Under division of the 19th Gullas Cup, felt like winning the title.
The 13-year-old Pradel, who hasn’t won a title in three years beat top seed JR Arguelles, 6-1, 6-2, to advance to the quarterfinal round of the Gullas Cup. He will face the winner between sixth-seed Francis Gener Lambayan and Dale Estonillo.
PAJO National High School (PNS) advanced to the semifinals after crushing Don Gerardo Ll. Quano Memorial Night High School (DGO), 25-13, 25-11, yesterday for its fourth win in the Shakey’s Girls’ V-League Central and Eastern Visayas elimination round in the Aznar Coliseum.
WHEN I learned that a couple of kids would be involved in the Cebu Extreme Fighting League, I knew there was going to be a reaction.
You have to face it—whether you advocate martial arts and other contact sports for kids or not—some people are not comfortable seeing kids fight. There’s even a pending proposal in Congress to ban all contact sports among children after a budding boxer died in a Department of Education meet last year.
THE fight began with Manny Pacquiao losing the first round without throwing a punch.
It weirdly wore on after tax chief Kim Henares said last year Pacquiao owed the government P2.2 billion in unpaid taxes in 2008 and 2009.
AFTER missing the two previous stagings, John Philip Dueñas and Mary Joy Tabal will hit the streets of Bohol again in the fourth edition of Bohol International Marathon tomorrow at Panglao Church Plaza.
THE University of San Carlos put itself in a good position to win one of the two twice-to-beat advantage spots of the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation Inc. collegiate basketball tournament after beating the University of San Jose-Recoletos, 62-54, Thursday night at the Cebu Coliseum.
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“COOPETITION” is what business communities and government need, as part of the preparations for the full integration of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) economies in 2015, an economist said.
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