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Comment on Jalaur dam construction to start 1st quarter of 2018 – NIA by Roselio Palma

All hat is happening now on Iloilo Jalaur River Dam Project are picture taking which were taking place in several decades in the past! The Fairy Tale Stories has not die yet just like the beef bones the Batchoy people of ILOILO is constantly boiling the beef bones for several decades in serving their popular miki soups!.....»»

Category: newsSource: thedailyguardian thedailyguardianJan 13th, 2018

Jalaur dam construction to start 1st quarter of 2018 – NIA

THE National Irrigation Administration (NIA) assured that the construction of the long overdue P11.2-billion Jalaur River Multipurpose Project II (JRMP II) will finally commence in the first quarter of 2018. NIR-6 regional manager Gerardo Corsiga said the post qualification process for the selection of a Korean contractor has already been concluded in South Korea. Corsiga […] The post Jalaur dam construction to start 1st quarter of 2018 – NIA appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsNov 15th, 2017

Hotshots take over solo first with close win over Elite

Magnolia with the great escape. The Hotshots barely kept their winning streak in the 2018 PBA Philippine Cup going, scoring a close 78-72 victory over the Blackwater Elite Friday at the MOA Arena. Winning a fifth straight game, Magnolia took over solo first with a 6-1 record. Losing an 18-point lead, the Hotshots got lucky in the final minute to hold on for the win. After Mac Belo tied things up at 72 with a short jumper, Ian Sangalang responded almost immediately on the other end to regain the lead for Magnolia. The Hotshots then got two big breaks as Belo committed a backcourt violation with 41 seconds to go and after the Elite forced a Magnolia turnover, John Pinto missed a wide-open layup that would have tied the game again in the last 18 seconds. Magnolia simply took care of its free throws after that to seal the final tally. "It was a very tough game because we know Blackwater will come out very hard in this game. Ang worry ko lang talaga is going complacement eh," head coach Chito Victolero said. "So I'm just trying to motivate the players to go hard. Although we had some lapses in the end, siguro because of our chemistry, naka-lusot kami sa game na to," he added. The Hotshots went after the Elite right from the start, unloading a 16-0 run in the opening period for an early 16-4 advantage. Magnolia stretched that lead to as many as 18, 52-34, in the third quarter before Blackwater made its run behind Belo. Mark Barroca and Aldrech Ramos led the way for the Hotshots with 14 points apiece while Ian Sangalang and Justin Melton added eight points each. Belo tied his PBA career-high with 25 points, 14 in the fourth, but his two late mistakes didn't exactly help Blackwater, who dropped to 2-5 after losing a fourth straight game. Allein Maliksi, playing against his former team, added 17 points for the Elite.   The Scores: MAGNOLIA 78 — Barroca 14, Ramos 14, Melton 8, Sangalang 8, Pascual 7, Dela Rosa 6, Jalalon 6, Simon 6, Pingris 4, Herndon 3, Reavis 2, Brondial 0, Gamalinda 0. BLACKWATER 72 — Belo 25, Maliksi 17, Cortez 8, Erram 6, Jose 4, Pinto 3, DiGregorio 2, Marcelo 2, Sena 2, Sumang 2, Palma 1, Cruz 0, Javier 0. Quarters: 23-13, 42-29, 61-54, 78-72.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 2nd, 2018

Traffic to get even worse

Traffic in Metro Manila is bound to get worse before it gets better, as the government rolls out its infrastructure projects meant to ease road congestion in the third quarter of 2018. "There are many projects next year that are part of the 'Build, Build, Build' program ... that will simultaneously [start construction by this time] till the end of President Duterte's term. For us to have better infrastructure, we need to go through heavy traffic. So we have to keep our patience up," Transport Undersecretary for Roads Tim Orbos said on Tuesday. Among the big-ticket projects scheduled next year are the construction of several bridges, the rehabilitation of Guadalupe Bridge, and the c...Keep on reading: Traffic to get even worse.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 27th, 2017

Manila subway project to start in 3rd quarter of 2018

CONSTRUCTION of the Metro Manila subway, the country's first ever mass underground transport system, is expected to start in the third quarter of 2018, the Department of Budget and Management (DB.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsDec 21st, 2017

Construction of Mindanao railway to start Q3 of 2018

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/ 7 December) – The construction of the segment of the Mindanao Railway project connecting three cities will start by third quarter of 2018, Mindanao Development Authority executive deputy director Romeo Montenegro said. In an interview Tuesday, Montenegro said the government is still completing the detailed engineering of the first segment of the […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsDec 7th, 2017

Construction of P46-B Davao-Panabo bypass project to start 1st quarter 2018

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 05 Aug) &'8212; The construction of the P46 billion two-way bypass road project that will run from Toril in Davao City to Panabo City will start in the first quarter of 2018, the chief of the Davao City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) said. CPDO head Ivan Cortez said the 28-kilometer [&'].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsAug 5th, 2017

Corporate News: MPTC planning to spend P153 billion on projects

METRO PACIFIC Tollways Corp. (MPTC) is spending about P153 billion this year up to the first quarter of 2018 to start construction of projects in its pipeline and expand its existing assets......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsApr 3rd, 2017

Presidential Trump – CNN News

President Donald Trump reached for poetry and conjured a vision of common national purpose Tuesday during his first address to Congress, shifting his tone from the dark, searing approach of his previous big speeches to the nation. Trump adopted a statesmanlike cadence, hitting notes of inspiration. For once, this most unorthodox of politicians struck a conventional presidential posture as he sought to stabilize his administration after a tumultuous five weeks in office. Though his language was more lofty and unifying than normal, Trump gave little quarter on the substance of his policies on issues ranging from trade, defense, immigration and counterterrorism. The result was a populist, nationalistic prescription that he said would yield &'8220;a new chapter of American greatness.&'8221; &'8220;From now on, America will be empowered by our aspirations, not burdened by our fears, inspired by the future, not bound by failures of the past, and guided by a vision, not blinded by our doubts,&'8221; Trump said, from the Speaker's rostrum in the House of Representatives. During a vitriolic campaign and a raucous start to his term, Trump has done little to reach beyond his base of deeply committed voters who revile the kind of political elites that the President was staring down as he spoke on Tuesday. But, beset by the lowest approval ratings of any new commander-in-chief of modern times, Trump made a palpable effort to court voters who didn't support him with an offer to lay down the battles of the past. In fact, his address ticked almost all the boxes of a traditional State of the Union style appearance. &'8220;I am asking all citizens to embrace this renewal of the American spirit. I am asking all members of Congress to join me in dreaming big, and bold, and daring things for our country,&'8221; Trump said. &'8220;I am asking everyone watching tonight to seize this moment. Believe in yourselves. Believe in your future. And believe, once more, in America.&'8221; It was an uplifting and unifying message that many Americans have rarely heard from Trump, who argued &'8220;the time for trivial fights is behind us.&'8221; While Trump is not solely responsible for the coarsening of political life, his brash, Twitter-fueled approach has rocked the nation's politics. The question now is whether the President was previewing a new, more sober political persona or whether he will return to his old habits. The change in his tone was evident from the first moments of his speech when he condemned the recent spate of threats against Jewish community centers, vandalism at Jewish cemeteries and the shooting of two Indian men in Kansas. He said the violence was a reminder that &'8220;while we may be a nation divided on policies, we are a country that stands united in condemning hate and evil in all its very ugly forms.&'8221; The comment followed heavy criticism of Trump for not addressing such violence. The new President entered the House chamber to thunderous applause and spoke of the &'8220;renewal of the American spirit.&'8221; A senior White House official said Trump wrote the speech himself with input from almost every member of his presidential team of advisers. In the emotional high point of the speech, Trump turned to the first lady's box and acknowledged Carryn Owens, the widow of a US Navy Special operator, William &'8220;Ryan&'8221; Owens, who was killed in an anti-terror raid in Yemen in the first major military engagement of the new administration. His less explosive presentation style was welcomed by many lawmakers. &'8220;Donald Trump did indeed become presidential tonight, and I think we'll see that reflected in a higher approval rating,&'8221; Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, said on CNN after the speech. &'8220;The Donald Trump I heard tonight was a lot more focused and disciplined and subdued, and it was a lot more uneventful in a good way,&'8221; moderate House Republican Charlie Dent told CNN's Tom LoBianco. &'8220;There were not a lot of distractions tonight, this speech was much better than the inaugural speech.&'8221; North Dakota Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, who is up for re-election next year in a state that Trump carried, said the President delivered a &'8220;very good speech.&'8221; &'8220;It was delivered with a sense of 'this is who I am, this is what I want to accomplish' and I think the goals are great,&'8221; she said. &'8220;How we get there is the $10,000 question.&'8221; Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer said on CNN that Trump's &'8220;speeches and the realities are very, very far apart.&'8221; &'8220;Until his reality catches up with his speeches, he's got big trouble,&'8221; Schumer said. The looks on lawmakers' faces during Trump's speech Though his rhetoric was soaring, Trump still struck hardline notes. He overruled national security adviser H.R. McMaster, according to a senior administration official, to warn of &'8220;radical Islamic terrorism.&'8221; Hitting themes familiar from his campaign, Trump vowed to restore &'8220;integrity and the rule of law to our borders.&'8221; &'8220;We will soon begin the construction of a great, great wall along our southern border,&'8221; Trump said, drawing Republican cheers even as he didn't mention his earlier promise that Mexico would pay for construction. &'8220;As we speak tonight, we are removing gang members, drug dealers, and criminals that threaten our communities and prey on our very innocent citizens. Bad ones are going out as I speak, and as I promised throughout the campaign&'8221; While such language could please conservatives, Trump sent shockwaves through Washington earlier Tuesday [&'].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanaoexaminerRelated NewsMar 1st, 2017

Cebu Landmasters to build 1st hotel in Bacolod

CEBU Landmasters, Inc. (CLI) is planning to start construction of its first hotel in Bacolod City by the fourth quarter of the year, which is expected to bring its total hotel portfolio to 969 rooms. The post Cebu Landmasters to build 1st hotel in Bacolod appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated News16 hr. 26 min. ago

Meralco stops streaking Alaska, gains share of 2nd spot

Meralco continued its upward trajectory and shot down Alaska, 89-74, to force a tie in second place in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup Sunday at Smart Araneta Coliseum. The Bolts won their fourth straight game and in the process, stopped the Aces' seven-game winning run as both teams got to identical 7-2 records. Brushing off the tight 41-40 first half, the Bolts went into the offensive and outscored the Aces, 32-17, in the third quarter to build a 73-57 buffer heading into the fourth. Alaska tried to counter with an 8-0 run to start the fourth to pull within eight, 73-65, but the Bolts were quick to retaliate with an 11-0 sprint capped off by a five-point swing by Jared Dil...Keep on reading: Meralco stops streaking Alaska, gains share of 2nd spot.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 17th, 2018

Ginebra rips Magnolia for crucial win

Barangay Ginebra lit its fire back to life after scoring a crucial 104-84 victory over Magnolia in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup Sunday at Smart Araneta Coliseum. The Gin Kings improved to a 3-5 record, overtaking Phoenix for the ninth spot in the standings and maintaining their quarterfinals aspirations while the Hotshots dropped to sixth with a 4-5 card. Justin Brownlee was of pure magnificence in the second half for Ginebra lighting up the scoreboards for 23 points, in the third and fourth quarters alone, as he led the Gin Kings' domination. Ginebra already held a 79-66 lead at the start of the fourth quarter but Brownlee wasn't done giving the Gin Kings an 88-70 lead a...Keep on reading: Ginebra rips Magnolia for crucial win.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 17th, 2018

Rain or Shine comes back to beat Phoenix for 5th straight win

Rain or Shine erased an early game deficit to edge Phoenix, 108-106, to retain its spot atop the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup Saturday at Mall of Asia Arena. The Elasto Painters chipped away at Phoenix' 19-point lead, 29-10, in the first period and slowly built up their momentum in the second half to take their fifth straight victory and get a league-best 8-1 record. With Rain or Shine trailing, 96-90, early in the fourth, James Yap scored six straight points to start off the Elasto Painters' 14-2 run for a 104-98 lead at the 4:11 mark of the quarter. The Elasto Painters, however, were unsteady at the start of the game and allowed Jeff Chan and Eugene Phelps to match them in ...Keep on reading: Rain or Shine comes back to beat Phoenix for 5th straight win.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 16th, 2018

PBA: Alaska grabs share of top spot after fending off NLEX

  Alaska took shared ownership of the top seed after overcoming NLEX, 120-111, in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup Friday at Mall of Asia Arena. The Aces bumped their winning streak to seven games and improved to a 7-1 record, tying Rain or Shine at the head of the standings while the Road Warriors dropped to 2-7. After a relatively comfortable first quarter where they led 28-14, the Aces got a dose of reality in the next two periods when the Road Warriors became the aggressor and ended the third trailing by just two, 88-86. NLEX then pushed further at the start of the fourth with a 7-0 run to take a 93-88 lead after Arnett Moultrie's jumper. Alaska countered with ...Keep on reading: PBA: Alaska grabs share of top spot after fending off NLEX.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 15th, 2018

DTI expects exports to recover in 2nd quarter

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) expects exports to recover in the second quarter of the year, even though April marked the fastest decline in 2018 so far. Senen Perlada, director of the Export Marketing Bureau at the DTI, cited the central bank's business expectations survey, which showed importers and exporters having an optimistic outlook for the second quarter. "Based on business expectations, importers and exporters are upbeat that the second quarter would [post] growth," he said. "We forecast electronics would continue on its growth trend, while non-electronics will start to recover." Since the start of the year, merchandise exports have seen a decline in sales w...Keep on reading: DTI expects exports to recover in 2nd quarter.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 12th, 2018

As Finals unfold, Curry-Durant chemistry keeps getting better

Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant believe their chemistry continues to get better with each minute they play together. One of the biggest concerns for the defending champions when they signed Durant two years ago was how the two former MVPs would be able to mesh together. They didn't seem to have a problem in their first campaign on the same sidea, but questions arose when the Warriors seemed to rely too heavily on Durant isolation plays against the Houston Rockets in this year's Western Conference Finals. "Every opportunity we get to play more minutes together, we start to figure out a better chemistry. That's been the case since October 2017," Curry said after practice on Wednesday (PHL time). "It's nice when we're both going and have the opportunity to play off of each other. We both can be aggressive no matter if I'm getting the shot, or he's getting the shot, or anybody else on the team is getting the shot. When we pick our spots offensively and try to find the right matchups, find the right flow, make simple plays, good things usually happen." Through the 2018 Finals, it's been Curry getting the headlines, highlighted by canning an NBA Finals-record nine triples in Game 2. But Durant had a standout performance too, hitting 10-of-14 shots for 26 points, and dishing out seven assists, one shy of Curry's team-best eight. "I think it's best when we're communicating with each other about what we see on the floor consistently," Curry said. "We've doing a lot of that as of late, encouraging each other, but also kind of pinpointing things that we see. It's refreshing to hear that from his perspective, and I'm sure vice-versa. So that helps." Durant added, "I think we've figured out a good balance. I think being able to play off of each other definitely helps. But not just us two. Everybody else on the court kind of plays off each other well. We just try to do whatever it takes to get the W." "I remember in the fourth quarter of Game 2 right when Cleveland called the first timeout, he was the first one in my face pepping me up for kind of holding it down while he's on the bench, and vice-versa," Curry recalled. "We want to see each other succeed.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 6th, 2018

PBA: Aces erase 15-point deficit to win 5th straight game

Alaska is still on a roll. The Aces erased a 15-point deficit Saturday in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup, beating Globalport, 109-103, at the Big Dome. Alaska flipped the switch late in the third period and pulled away in the fourth, completing the 21-point turnaround. With the win, the Aces' fifth straight, Alaska moved to 5-1 in the standings. "I love the grit and I expected that we’d need it this game," head coach Alex Compton said. "I think GlobalPort is the grittiest teams in the league. They’re physical, they play hard," he added. Globalport got of to a quick 9-0 start right from the opening tip. The Batang Pier led by as many as 15 in the first half, 54-39. Behind Vic Manuel and Chris Banchero, the Aces bounce back in the second half. Before the third quarter was over, Alaska was already up by two, 85-83. Alaska pulled away in the fourth, taking a 12-point lead, 105-93, before holding on for a six-point win. Manuel led the way for Alaska with 22 points while Banchero finished with 19 points, five rebounds and seven assists. Import Antonio Campbell added 18 points and 18 boards. For Globalport (3-4), Malcolm White scored 27 and Stanley Pringle dropped 26 points.   The Scores: Alaska (109): Manuel 22, Banchero 19, Campbell 18, Casio 12, Racal 10, Thoss 8, Teng 8, Enciso 6, Exciminiano 3, Magat 3 GlobalPort (103): White 27, Pringle 26, Anthony 16, Nabong 12, Javelona 7, Grey 6, Tautuaa 5, Elorde 4, Sargent 0, Teng 0, Araña 0 Quarter scores: 20-29, 50-59, 85-83, 109-103 --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 2nd, 2018

Ateneo crushes NU by 34 points to stay spotless in Filoil Preseason

Ateneo de Manila University remains the pacesetter in the 2018 Filoil Flying V Preseason Tournament all while flexing its muscle up against a UAAP rival. Drawing contributions from up and down their lineup, the Blue Eagles routed National University for a convincing 94-60 victory on Thursday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Thirdy Ravena fronted the charge with 20 points while new reinforcement Angelo Kouame had 12 markers to his name. With Ravena on-point from the get-go, the reigning and defending UAAP champions blazed to a 26-10 start in the first quarter. They would never look back all the way to a still spotless 5-0 slate – good for joint first in Group A. Ateneo needs just one more win to secure a spot in the quarterfinals. Conversely, the Bulldogs now find themselves in a must-win situation as their latest lost drops their record to 2-5. Shaun Ildefonso was the only one in double-digits for them in this one with 16 points. Also still in the running for a quarters berth is the University of the Philippines which took care of business against University of the East, 66-61, even without top guns Paul Desiderio and Gomez de Liano brothers Javi and Juan. Nigerian powerhouse Bright Akhuetie posted a 17-point, 16-rebound double-double and Jun Manzo chipped in 13 markers of his own in the Fighting Maroons’ fifth win in a row after a 0-3 start to the tournament. With Juan GDL injured and Desiderio and Javi GDL tending to their studies, Janjan Jaboneta also stepped up with nine points, none bigger than a big-time triple with under a minute remaining. Overcoming the absence of its top guns, State U moved to solo fifth in Group A still win one assignment left in its schedule. Reymark Acuno paced the now 2-4 Red Warriors with 14 points. Meanwhile, Adamson University is the first team to deal a defeat to College of St. Benilde with an 80-60 whopping. Sean Manganti showed the way with 17 points, nine rebounds, and five assists while Jerom Lastimosa contributed 13 markers, five dimes, and three steals as the Soaring Falcons ascended to a 5-1 standing. Now tied with them for first-place in Group B are the Blazers who had Kendrix Belgica topping the scoring column with 18 points. In other results, Arellano University edged out Jose Rizal University, 76-74, to improve to 3-3. On the other hand, the Heavy Bombers finished the preseason without a win. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME ARELLANO (76) – de la Torre 15, Sera Josef 14, Alban 11, Chavez 8, Meca 7, Concepcion 6, Bayla 5, Ongolo Ongolo 4, Abdurasad 2, Abanes 2, Santos 2, Filart 0, Labarda 0, de la Cruz 0, Alcoriza 0, Dumagan 0, Codinera 0. JRU (74) – Mendoza 15, de la Virgen 15, Ramos 9, Bordon 9, Esguerra 7, Padua 6, Silvarez 5, de la Rosa 5, de Guzman 3, David 0, Estrella 0, Mallari 0. QUARTER SCORES: 12-20, 27-38, 44-50, 76-74. SECOND GAME UP (66) – Akhuetie 17, Manzo 13, Jaboneta 8, Gozum 7, Prado 7, Vito 6, Murrell 3, Lim 3, Dario 2, Santiago 0, Espanola 0, Tungcab 0, Longa 0. UE (61) – Acuno 14, Conner 13, Pasaol 13, Varilla 12, Antiporda 4, Ph Manalang 3, Gagate 2, Maloles 0, Strait 0, Dimayuga 0, Bartolome 0, Cullar 0, Sobrevega 0. QUARTER SCORES: 15-12, 26-24, 52-43, 66-61. THIRD GAME ADAMSON (80) – Manganti 17, Lastimosa 13, Ahanmisi 11, Catapusan 9, Mojica 8, Colonia 6, Sarr 6, Camacho 5, J Espeleta 2, Zaldivar 2, V Magbuhos 1, Orquez 0, W Magbuhos 0, Macion 0. CSB (60) – Belgica 18, Leutcheu 15, Carlos 9, Domingo 6, Dixon 5, Naboa 3, Haruna 0, Young 0, Flores 0. QUARTER SCORES: 18-8, 32-21, 63-47, 80-60. FOURTH GAME ATENEO 94 — Ravena 20, Kouame 12, Mi. Nieto 11, Mendoza 9, Ma. Nieto 8, Navarro 7, Asistio 6, Tio 6, Belangel 5, Black 3, Maagdenberg 3, Mamuyac 2, Wong 2. NU 60 — S. Ildefonso 16, Mosqueda 8, Mangayom 7, Joson 6, Aquino 5, Clemente 5, D. Ildefonso 5, Galinato 3, Gallego 2, Salim 2, Diputado 1, Gaye 0, Sinclair 0, Tibayan 0, Yu 0. QUARTER SCORES: 26-10, 48-33, 69-46, 94-60. —— Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 31st, 2018

Desiderio, Javi GDL propel UP to fourth win in a row in Filoil Preseason

Even without Juan Gomez de Liano and Bright Akhuetie, the University of the Philippines kept rolling in the 2018 Filoil Flying V Preseason Cup. Javi GDL stepped up big-time while Paul Desiderio held down the fort in the endgame as the Fighting Maroons made quick work of Emilio Aguinaldo College, 83-70, on Monday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. The older GDL made an impact for each and every second he was on the floor and totaled 21 points in 8-of-10 shooting while Desiderio had all the answers for State U in the final frame en route to a 16-point, eight-rebound, and four-assist performance. Behind those two, UP overcame the absences of Juan GDL who was out with an ankle sprain and Akhuetie who was suited up but did not play. Will Gozum and Jun Manzo also added 12 points each as the Fighting Maroons went on an all-out attack for their fourth consecutive victory coming from a 0-3 start to the tournament. JP Maguliano posted a 15-point, 10-rebound double-double for the Generals who remain winless in five games. In the day’s other games, University of the East put the first blemish on the formerly spotless slate of Mapua University with a 92-84 decision while Adamson University flew higher than Jose Rizal University for a 74-67 win. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME ADAMSON 74 – Sarr 16, Manganti 9, Magbuhos 7, Espeleta 7, Catapusan 7, Lastimosa 6, Camacho 6, Colonia 5, Mojica 5, Ahanmisi 4, Zaldivar 2, Bernardo 0 JRU 67 – Mendoza 12, Dela Virgen 12, Padua 11, Silvarez 4, Estrella 4, Dela Rosa 3, Mallari 3, David 3, Ramos 2, Bordon 2, Steinl 2, Esquerra 1, De Guzman 0 QUARTER SCORES: 26-12, 31-31, 54-46, 74-67 SECOND GAME UP 83 – Gomez de Liano 21, Desiderio 16, Gozum 12, Manzo 12, Tungcab 8, Prado 7, Vito 4, Longa 3, Lim 0, Santiago 0, Espanola 0. EAC 70 – Maguliano 15, Bugarin 12, Mendoza 8, Neri 7, Bautista 5, Robin 4, Fuentes 4, Garcia 4, Tampoc 4, Natividad 3, Diego 2, Martin 2, Altamirano 0, Gonzales 0, Cadua 0, Corilla 0, Estacio 0, Umali 0, Ling 0 QUARTER SCORES: 19-8, 44-21, 70-48, 83-70 THIRD GAME UE 92 – Pasaol 24, Ph Manalang 20, Maloles 11, Conner 8, Acuno 7, Bartolome 6, Antiporda 6, Gagate 4, Varilla 3, Gallardo 2, Strait 1, Pa Manalang 0, Dimayuga 0, Sobrevega 0, Beltran 0, Lacap 0. MAPUA 84 – Victoria 17, Bonifacio 16, Aguirre 10, Lugo 10, Gamboa 8, Salenga 7, Serrano 4, Pelayo 4, Pajarillo 3, Jabel 2, Bunag 2, Biteng 1, Garcia 0. QUARTER SCORES: 19-19, 39-47, 63-61, 92-84. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 28th, 2018

Guadalupe-BGC Skytrain construction seen to start in 2018 - Rappler

Guadalupe-BGC Skytrain construction seen to start in 2018 - Rappler.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsMay 28th, 2018

La Salle stays spotless in Filoil Preseason after dropping UE

De La Salle University is yet to falter in the 2018 Filoil Flying V Preseason. Alvin Pasaol and University of the East did their best, but the Green Archers just leaned on total team effort to fend them off for a 71-62 decision on Friday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Returning player Mark Dyke topped the scoring column for the Taft-based team with 18 points on top of nine rebounds and flanking him were twin towers Taane Samuel and Justine Baltazar who had 12 and 11 markers, respectively. The Red Warriors were still in the game to start the final frame only to see Samuel and Baltazar impose their will inside to fuel La Salle to what was ultimately their fifth win in as many games in the tournament. Pasaol paced UE with 20 points. They put up another good fight which eventually ended as their second straight loss in four starts. Meanwhile, Colegio de San Juan de Letran sent a statement to NCAA rival Jose Rizal University with a 23-point beatdown, 94-71. Bong Quinto was unstoppable and finished with 17 points while JP Calvo masterfully orchestrated the attack with 18 markers of his own to go along with seven assists, five rebounds, and two steals to help the Knights improve to 3-2. On the other hand, the Heavy Bombers remained winless through six games despite the best efforts of Darius Estrella who had 17 points to his name. In other results, Adamson University bounced right back into the winners’ circle via a 67-61 victory versus Arellano University while Far Eastern University is still streaking after charging through University of Sto. Tomas, 86-82. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME LETRAN 94- Calvo 18, Quinto 17, Balanza 11, Batiller 10, Ambohot 9, Taladua 8, Fajarito 6, Agbong 5, Balagasay 4, Celis 4, Mandreza 2, Yu 0, Galvelo 0, Pambid 0. JRU 71- Estrella 17, Mendoza 11, Bordon 10, Dela Rosa 8, Esguerra 6, Padua 5, David 4, Ramos 4, Mallari 2, Steinl 2, Silvarez 2, Dela Virgen 0, De Guzman 0. QUARTER SCORES: 20-9; 49-32; 71-61, 94-71 SECOND GAME ADAMSON 67 – Sarr 15, J Espeleta 12, Ahanmisi 11, Lastimosa 9, Mojica 7, Manganti 4, Orquez 4, Zaldivar 2, V Magbuhos 2, Colonia 1, W Magbuhos 0, Camacho 0, Maata 0, Bernardo 0. ARELLANO 61 – de la Torre 16, Concepcion 11, de la Cruz 8, Alcoriza 5, Sera Josef 5, Abdurasad 4, Ongolo Ongolo 2, Meca 2, Abanes 2, Camacho 2, Santos 2, Bayla 1, Dumagan 1, Filart 0, Labarda 0, Chavez 0, Cahigas 0, Alban 0, Codinera 0. QUARTER SCORES: 19-15, 34-28, 50-38, 67-61. THIRD GAME LA SALLE 71 – Dyke 18, Samuel 12, Baltazar 11, Caracut 9, Santillan 6, Melecio 5, Corteza 4, Go 2, Capacio 2, Lim 2, Tolentino 0, Pastor 0, Manaytay 0. UE 62 – Pasaol 20, Varilla 8, Ph Manalang 8, Bartolome 8, Acuno 4, Maloles 3, Lacap 3, Gagate 2, Strait 2, Antiporda 2, Gallardo 2, Conner 0, Dimayuga 0, Cullar 0, Sobrevega 0. QUARTER SCORES: 16-12, 30-30, 52-46, 71-62. FOURTH GAME FEU 86 – Nunag 16, Escoto 15, Comboy 8, Stockton 7, Inigo 6, Ramirez 6, Gonzales 6, Orizu 6, Ebona 4, Cani 4, Tolentino 4, Bayquin 2, Parker 2, Tempra 0, Alas 0, Casino 0, Bienes 0, Jopia 0. UST 82 – Huang 23, Cansino 20, Zamora 16, Lee 8, Marcos 6, Lorenzana 4, Cosejo 2, Agustin 2, Asuncion 1. QUARTER SCORES: 30-18, 49-38, 71-60, 86-82. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

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