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Loisa Andalio on Joshua Garcia: "Sayang... nagkaibang landas kami."

Loisa Andalio on Joshua Garcia: "Sayang... nagkaibang landas kami.".....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: pep pepApr 21st, 2017

Loisa Andalio on Joshua Garcia: "Sayang... nagkaibang landas kami."

Loisa Andalio on Joshua Garcia: "Sayang... nagkaibang landas kami.".....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsApr 21st, 2017

Loisa Andalio beats Joshua Garcia in Kids Choice Awards

MANILA, Philippines — Actress Loisa Andalio has won over Joshua Garcia, her love interest in the primetime series “The Good Son,” at the Nickelodeon’s Kids C.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 27th, 2018

PBA: Balkman s 43 points lift Beermen to crucial win over TNT

Crucial victory for the reigning champions. San Miguel had superior composure in the end, taking a big 99-94 win over rival TNT Saturday in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup at the MOA Arena. The Beermen got 43 points from import Renaldo Balkman and the defending champions avoided back-to-back defeats, improving to a 4-4 record to maintain its playoff spot. San Miguel actually forced a three-way tie with Magnolia and Globalport for the 5th-7th spots. "This a badly needed win," head coach Leo Austria said. "Thankful kami na we were able to survive TNT. They [Beermen] know the importance of this game," he added. [Related: PBA: Romeo, Lassiter ejected from TNT-SMB game for getting into each other's face] The Beermen opened up a 15-point lead in the first half, 42-27, but that evaporated in the fourth as things got heated between both teams. Terrence Romeo and Marcio Lassiter were ejected in the first half for a pair of technical fouls while Arwind Santos and Anthony Semerad were also thrown out in the fourth for getting flagrant 2 fouls. [Related: PBA: Arwind ejected from SMB-TNT game for flagrant 2] Tied at 83 with 7:36 to go, the Beermen mounted an 11-3 run behind Balkman, taking some much-needed cushion to hold on for the win in the end. Balkman led the way with 43 points, 26 in the first half. He also had 15 rebounds and six blocks. Four-time MVP June Mar Fajardo added 19 points for the Beermen. The KaTropa, who took their second straight loss for a 6-3 record, got 26 points and 18 rebounds from import Joshua Smith.   The Scores: San Miguel (99): Balkman 43, Fajardo 19, Cabagnot 12, Ross 7, Lassiter 7, Santos 7, Pessumal 4, Ganuelas-Rosser 0, Lanete 0 TNT (94): Smith 26, Pogoy 13, Trollano 13, Rosario 8, Williams 8, Castro 7, Semerad 6, Reyes 6, Cruz 3, Romeo 2, Garcia 2, Taha 0    Quarter scores: 33-22, 55-46, 79-72, 99-94   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintg8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 16th, 2018

All is well between Loisa & Joshua

MANILA, Philippines — Loisa Andalio couldn’t be any happier for being part of the ABS-CBN primetime drama The Good Son......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 25th, 2018

NCAA: Light Bombers take down Jr. Altas; LSGH still first

STANDINGS LSGH 6-1 MAPUA 5-2 ARELLANO 4-2 PERPETUAL 4-2 SAN BEDA 3-2 JRU 4-3 SAN SEBASTIAN 3-5 LPU 2-5 LETRAN 1-5 EAC 1-6 Jose Rizal High School is streaking for the first time in the NCAA 94 Men’s Basketball Tournament – and with that, has sent a statement about its contention. Following the lead of breakout player John Amores, the Light Bombers clobbered University of Perpetual Help in the earlygoing before holding on for a well-earned 84-72 win on Tuesday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Amores tallied 18 points, seven rebounds, and three assists to show the Kalentong-based ballers the way to back-to-back wins – their first in the tournament. Now on a win run, JRU is just right behind powerhouses College of St. Benilde-La Salle Greenhills, Mapua High School, Arellano High School, and San Beda High School in the standings. However, it was Marwin Dionisio who actually got the Light Bombers to a strong start by dropping all but two of his 10 points in the first quarter. He also totalled 12 rebounds just for good measure. Of course, the Junior Altas kept coming, but Amores and Gab Baluyut just did enough to keep them at bay. With the upset loss, Perps dropped to a  tie for third at 4-2. Main man Joshua Gallano struggled with just four points and three rebounds. Meanwhile, CSB-LSGH retained its top spot in the standings by dropping a 32-point hammer on Emilio Aguinaldo College, 103-71. Inand Fornilos turned in his best game of the season with a 26-point, 14-rebound double-double while Joshua David and RC Calimag each chipped in 12 markers for the now 6-1 Junior Blazers. Joel Cagulangan was relatively quiet once more, but was still felt everywhere with his 10 points, seven assists, five rebounds, and three steals. For the 1-6 Brigadiers, JR Ilustrisimo showed the way with 14 points and seven rebounds. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME CSB-LSGH 103 – Fornilos 26, David 12, Calimag 12, Cagulangan 10, Lao 8, Palencia 8, Cortez 7, Valenzuela 7, Sangco 4, Lopez 3, Morales 2, Arciaga 2, Natividad 2, Lepalam 0 EAC 71 – Ilustrisimo 14, Mejia 13, Rodrin 10, Encila 8, Boado 6, Murillo 6, Balowa 4, Sanosa 2, Quebral 2, Pascual 2, Sumagaysay 2, Calara 2, Lozano 0, Rivera 0 QUARTER SCORES: 25-14, 49-34, 84-47, 103-71 SECOND GAME JRU 84 – Amores 18, Baluyut 18, Vasquez 13, Dionisio 10, Fortuna 7, Ganut 6, Bucoy 6, Delos Santos 4, Portales 2, Icban 0, Macatangay 0, Garcia 0 PERPETUAL 72 – Orgo 23, Barcuma 10, Coloma 8, Galman 6, Galoy 5, Nunez 5, Ogunsanya 5, Gallano 4, Defante 4, Duka 2, Romilla 0, Kawamura 0, Dela Cruz 0 QUARTER SCORES: 24-13, 40-25, 70-49, 84-72 —— Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News3 hr. 41 min. ago

Julia Barretto on sensual scenes with Joshua Garcia: I m very much open

Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto. Image: Instagram/@juliabarretto Kapamilya actress Julia Barretto said she was ready to graduate from teen roles and was 'very much open' to do more sensu.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated News10 hr. 7 min. ago

JoshLia s take on being called young John Lloyd Cruz, Claudine Barretto

Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto. Image:Instagram/@juliabarretto Because of their unbelievable resemblance in both physical charms and acting performance, Kapamilya love team Joshua Garcia and Juli.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated News10 hr. 7 min. ago

BVR: UAAP champs test mettle in Manila Open

Defending UAAP champions James Natividad and Bryan Bagunas of National University get a chance to gauge their level of play heading into the collegiate season as they vie for the crown in the Beach Volleyball Republic on Tour Manila Open happening this weekend. The Bulldogs and 15 other men’s squads together with 16 women’s entries converge at the Sands SM by the Bay for three days of beach volleyball action starting Friday where a total purse of P60,000 will be at stake. Bagunas and Natividad ruled the UAAP men’s beach volleyball tournament last year at the expense of University of Sto. Tomas and their participation will serve as their final prep up for their UAAP title defense next month. The 16 teams will be divided into four groups that will play in a single round robin format, the top two winners of each pool will advance in the knockout quarterfinals. Playing in the men’s field are James Buytrago and Pol Salvador (NU 2), Ranran Abdilla and Jessie Lopez (Air Force), Krung Arbasto and Jaron Requinton (UST 1), Ian Lee and Rangel Vergara (UST 2), Jeriel Aperal and AJ Pareja, KR De Guzman and Efraim Dimaculangan, Pemie Bagalay and Greg Utupo, Jude Garcia and Richard Solis (FEU), Joshua Barrica and Joel Villonson (Army), Jayson Ramos and Henry Pecana (PLDT), Clifford Inoferio Alven Ajas (UE), Russel Garcia and Reiven Velera, Jayjay Solamillo and Gilbert Balmores (Perpetual), EJ Ramos and Edmar Bonono (Cignal) and Kenneth Revilla and Judith Calio (RTU). BVR founders Dzi Gervacio and Bea Tan lead the women’s field with reigning UAAP back-to-back champion Sisi Rondina and new partner Belove Barbo, Klymince Orilleneda and Antonette Landicho of NU, MJ Ebro and Glen Eslapor (UST 2), Ivana Agudo and Marianne Calinawan (FEU 1), Sheena Gallentes and Jamaica Pascua (FEU 2) and Perpetual’s Princess Estanislao and Janine Padue. Rounding up the women’s field are Manalo and Ritual for UE, Ariane Daguil and Melanie Torres for CSB, Coyah Abanto and Jen Manzano for Air Force, Jessma Ramos and Justine Dorog for UP, Abi Goc and Mikee Osorio for UP 2, Macie Candido and Jona De Lima for RTU, Joy Doromal and Jasmine Nabor for Kempal, Hannah Infante and Gracelchen Ave for Adamson and Ponggay Gaston and Jules Samonte for Ateneo.     ---               Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News16 hr. 7 min. ago

Julia Barretto ready to do daring scenes with Joshua Garcia

"There are no limitations when you fall in love,” Julia said. .....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated News18 hr. 7 min. ago

PBA: Rest is all that is on the mind of June Mar Fajardo

June Mar Fajardo was the only one left fighting as San Miguel fell to Ginebra on Wednesday. With the Gin Kings running away starting in the third quarter, Fajardo did his all to power the Beermen, scoring 16 of his 29 points in the second half as well as totaling 15 rebounds. When all of it wasn’t enough, of course, the Best of Player of the Conference felt down. “Syempre, nakakalungkot kasi talo kami sa championship. ‘Di mo naman maipapanalo ang lahat, pero andun yung chances e,” he told reporters post-game. He then continued, “Sayang. Bawi na lang next conference saka marami pa naman kaming basketball na ilalaro e.” Asked if the Finals loss has only made San Miguel more determined, though, Fajardo opted to redirect his answer. “Sa ngayon, gusto ko munang magpahinga. Gusto ko munang mag-recover at ‘di ko muna iisipin yung next conference,” he said. He then continued, “Kailangan muna naming magpahinga. Tsaka na namin iisipin yung next conference after ng bakasyon namin.” After all, the Beermen have been in the Finals so many times in the last four years – winning six championships and finishing as runner-up once. “Siyempre, nakakapagod din. Yung ibang tao nag-eexpect na lagi kaming magcha-champion ‘di ba so dagdag pressure sa amin,” the four-time MVP said. He then continued, “Mahirap din kasi na target ka ng ibang teams. ‘Di kami pwede maging kampante kasi hindi porket San Miguel ang kalaban ng ibang team e magro-roll over na sila e. Mas gaganahan pa nga sila maglaro pag kalaban kami.” And so, Fajardo knows full well there is much to work on for all of San Miguel. “’Di kami pwedeng maging stagnant. Kailangan every conference, itaas din namin ang game namin,” he shared. He then continued, “Siguro, wakeup call para sa amin ‘to. Sa ngayon, tanggapin namin yung pagkatalo tapos next conference, susubukan naming bumawi sa Finals.” --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 8th, 2018

Riding high again, Team Lakay lauded by ONE chairman as best team in Asia

At the end of 2017, Benguet-based MMA stable Team Lakay found themselves on a bit of a downslide. After riding high for the latter part of 2016 and most of 2017, the team absorbed a number of bitter losses, including the KO loss that cost Eduard Folayang his ONE Championship Lightweight world title. Now, a little over seven months into 2018, Team Lakay is once again reaching new heights. 2018 saw flyweight star Geje Eustaquio become the interim flyweight world champion in January, and then unify the titles against Adriano Moraes in June. Friday at ONE: Reign of Kings in Manila, Team Lakay gained another world champion in bantamweight knockout artist Kevin Belingon, who defeated two-division world champion Martin Nguyen to become the interim ONE Championship Bantamweight World Champion. Team Lakay is also home to reigning BRAVE FC Bantamweight World Champion Stephen Loman. Already with three current world champions in their stable, it’s highly likely that there’s more to come. Former champions Folayang and Honorio Banario are currently tearing it up in the lightweight division, and both of them are very much in the title picture. Strawweight standout and former title contender Joshua Pacio is on a solid streak of his own, with three straight wins via stoppage. The 22-year old could be getting another crack at the championship again soon. While names like Edward Kelly, Danny Kingad, Gina Iniong, and April Osenio are also all part of the top-tier of their respective divisions. It’s shaping up to be yet another banner year for Team Lakay, and head coach Mark Sangiao saw it coming. After all, bouncing back isn’t anything new for the Philippines’ most prestigious MMA team. “Mayroon yung mga time, nasabi ko nung huli, nung unang mga ONE, matatalo kami ng 0-5, pero pinilit namin.” Coach Mark said during the post-fight press conference, Friday evening. “Tinignan namin talaga yung mga kulang, yung mga weak side nila, tapos na-improve hanggang sa bumawi kami, same with sa 2016.” 2016 saw Team Lakay go on a 16-fight winning streak, and then in November of that year, Folayang captured the ONE lightweight crown after dethroning long-time champion Shinya Aoki. “Tapos pumunta sa 2017, medyo may mga nag-pabaya.” Sangiao bared. “Nasabi ko nung huli na babalik yung team na mas-malakas pa.” True enough, Team Lakay has managed to bounce back and has gained even more prestige in the last couple of months. In fact, ONE Championship founder and chairman Chatri Sityodtong has even gone so far as to say that he believes Team Lakay is the best team there is in Asia. “ I have massive respect for all fight teams, but I believe there is no question that Team Lakay is now the #1 fight team in Asia today.” Sityodtong said in a Facebook post. “Despite a very modest budget and limited resources, Mark Sangiao has produced one of the best fight teams in the world. Every fighter on Team Lakay is a genuine monster with outstanding skills, unlimited cardio, and extraordinary gameness.” High praise from the head honcho himself, and the owner of Evolve MMA in Singapore, another one of Asia's most talent-laden MMA stables. With all the success that the team is enjoying now, it’s up to them to keep the momentum going. They've been low, and now they're on a high. There's no doubt that they possess the talent, the skills, and the heart to go even higher......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 30th, 2018

ONE: No longer just a contender, Kevin Belingon has more surprises in store for Bibiano Fernandes

It took nearly two years, but Team Lakay bantamweight star Kevin Belingon has finally secured his status as the next guy in line to face reigning ONE Championship Bantamweight World Champion Bibiano Fernandes. Now, he even has a world championship to show for it. Friday night at the Mall of Asia Arena, Belingon outworked two-division world champion Martin Nguyen to become the new interim ONE Championship Bantamweight World Champion, finally setting up a long-awaited rematch against Fernandes. While Belingon did pretty much leave no doubt in his win over Nguyen, the popular belief was that he had already earned his shot against Fernandes, even before the Nguyen bout. After losing to Fernandes the first time around, Belingon wasted no time in working his way back to the top-tier of the division, demolishing three former world title contenders on his way to a five-fight winning streak. And as ONE Championship founder and Chairman Chatri Sityodtong revealed days before the Belingon-Nguyen bout in Manila, the Pinoy knockout artist was indeed supposed to finally get his shot against Fernandes, unfortunately the champ was still out with an injury. All the should haves and shoud be’s however, are in the past now. Belingon has secured his shot, and all he’s going to do now is keep training and wait for a date for his rematch with Fernandes. “Yun nga, meron na [‘tong belt], kaya wala nang conte-contender.” Belingon said, beaming with confidence during the post-fight press conference. “Ako na yung nasa linya talaga na makalaban ni Bibiano [Fernandes], kaya antay-antay lang kung ano yung sabihin ng ONE ulit kung kailan para mapag-handaan ng husto.” As for the upcoming rematch with Fernandes, ‘The Silencer’ says that he’s got some more surprises in store for the Brazilian grappling ace. “Marami pa, maramin pang surprises kaya yun yung abangan niyo sa paghaharap namin ni Bibi.” The last time that Belingon and Fernandes met, it didn’t end well for the 30-year old Baguio native, as Fernandes needed just one round to score the submission. That, of course, was the pre-Baguio Jiu-Jitsu days of Team Lakay. (READ ALSO: Joshua Pacio 'amazed' Renzo Gracie with his Baguio Jiu-Jitsu) Since then, Belingon and the rest of the Benguet-based MMA stable has put a premium on improving their ground game, and the last few years have shown their steady improvement. And while they can hold their own against the best grapplers in the game, they aren’t about to rest on their laurels. Belingon knows that to be able to finally dethrone ONE Championship’s longest-reigning world champion, there’s a whole lot more work to be done. “Marami pang kailangan i-improve, lalo na sa wrestling and sa ground, kasi magaling si Bibiano dun.” Belingon admitted. “Yun yung isang pag-hahandaan namin para pag nagka-harap kami, at least malalabanan ko siya sa ground, sa gilid ng cage, sa striking, kahit anong angulo.” It took nearly two years and six wins for Kevin Belingon to get another shot at the guy in the bantamweight division. Now, all he needs is just one more win to become the guy in the bantamweight division. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 30th, 2018

Banggaan

Vic-Coco MMFF entry, sinunggaban ni Maine BABANGGAIN ni Maine Mendoza ang Kapamilya teen stars na sina Maris Racal, Loisa Andalio at Maymay Entrata sa 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival. Tatlo laban sa isa, isa laban sa tatlo. Pinalutang na ni Vic Sotto na bahagi si Meng ng festival movie nila….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJul 26th, 2018

PBA: James Yap on botched game-tying triple: Nasa huli ang pagsisisi

"Hindi naman araw-araw Pasko." That's how veteran gunner James Yap described his two missed opportunities to tie the game at 75 to force overtime against the Brgy. Ginebra Gin Kings in Game 3 of the PBA Commissioner's Cup semis at the Mall of Asia Arena, Saturday. Yap, who had buried a dagger three from way beyond just two days before, did not enjoy the same fate this time around as he could not attempt a better shot against the defending Scottie Thompson. Had it gone in, the Elasto Painters could have made things more interesting, considering they had been down by 25, 43-18, in the late stages of the first half.  The two-time MVP, who had been the hero in so many occasions before, said that he realized in the locker room that he should have created more room with a smaller player guarding him. "Wala eh. Nasa huli ang pagsisisi. Dapat ginitigit ko muna. Binaba ko muna. Pero instinct na eh. Tsk. Sayang. Straight na sana eh, short lang. Nangyayari talaga yun. Ganoon talaga. Move on," Yap lamented after the game. His former coach Tim Cone even thought in the post-game presser that his two muffed shots were very makeable, as they were nearer compared to the 35-foot bomb that he successfully launched in Game 3. "James got two cracks at it and he usually makes that shot. I know him. We’re very, very fortunate that he missed that shot. Scottie did a good job in pushing him out a bit farther than where he likes to shoot it, but I’ve seen James take and make shots from that spot at the end of the game all the time. He makes more than he misses." Since missing the shot, 'Big Game' James assured that he had moved on, as he doesn't want to interfere with his thoughts for their do-or-die game against the Gin Kings on Monday at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum.  The guard also expressed disappointment at the team's early deficit, which they had tried so hard to claw back from, which came as close to two, 74-72, with 9.8 seconds left following a quick field goal by Reggie Johnson. "Hopefully sa next game, di na mangyayari yun kasi ang layo ng hinabol namin, sobrang laki. So, muntikan pa, muntikan pa kami tumabla. Dapat hindi na mangyayari dapat yung ganoon. Bounce back na lang."   __   Follow this writer on Twitter, @philipptionary. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 21st, 2018

PBA: Could we see a Yeng Guiao-Caloy Garcia reunion at the Asiad?

Caloy Garcia and Yeng Guiao may have been coaching their respective teams since 2016, but we may see them back together at the sidelines at the Asian Games in Indonesia late next month. If everything pushes through that Rain or Shine's core will be chosen to represent the country in the quadriennial meet, the Elasto Painters management decided to tap the fiery Guiao to head them once again. Of course, the veteran coach had led the national team before as the mentor for Powerade Team Pilipinas, steering them to an 8th-place finish at the 2009 FIBA Asia Championship in Tianjin, China. For Garcia, he doesn't mind the thought of a reunion with his old partner, even endorsing him for the job if it does happen. "Kung sakali ngang totoo yung mangyayari na kukuha ng mga players sa'min, I think boss Raymond [Yu] wants coach Yeng to call the shots kasi internationally I never handled a team. So it's better to get somebody who has the experience." "Mas gusto ko siya na lang para magkabalikan kami." As for their 75-72 loss against Ginebra that had pushed the top-seeded Elasto Painters to the brink of elimination, the way they had bounced back after digging themselves in a 25-point hole boosted their confidence heading to the do-or-die Game 4,. The Elasto Painters are hoping to force a rubber match for a spot in the Finals against either San Miguel or Alaska. Garcia also praised Ginebra's do-it-all import Justin Brownlee for his efficient game,  scoring 44-points, just two shy of his PBA career high, adding 15 rebounds, six steals and a blocked shot on a scintillating 14/19 shooting clip. "That's the story of the game. Brownlee was on fire today." As for the last play, Garcia explained, that a flare screen was supposed to be set by Reggie Johnson but if James Yap decided that he was open enough to launch it from downtown, he was given the green light to do so. With the past three games exhibiting bad starts for the number-one regular season team, Garcia only could hope that they take the driver's seat as early as tipoff next time. "But really, medyo masama lang loob ko kasi three games na kaming bad start. I think we have to find a way to start better, to keep us in the game earlier, and -- maybe -- have a chance." __   Follow this writer on Twitter, @philipptionary.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 21st, 2018

NCAA: Escamis, Red Robins exact revenge on Jr. Blazers

STANDINGS PERPETUAL 2-0 ARELLANO 1-0 LPU 2-1 JRU 1-1 LSGH 1-1 MAPUA 1-1 SAN SEBASTIAN 1-1 LETRAN 0-1 SAN BEDA 0-1 EAC 0-2 This early in the NCAA 94 Juniors Basketball Tournament, the finalists from a year ago have faced off. It was the same close contest for Mapua High School and College of St. Benilde-La Salle Greenhills, but the result was definitely different. Clint Escamis did the heavy lifting while Dan Arches and Jonnel Policarpio provided the backup as the Red Robins avenged their Finals loss to the Junior Blazers with a convincing 95-81 victory on Friday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Escamis, who fouled out in his first game in the season, bounced back big-time with 28 points, seven rebounds, and three assists. “Ginawa lang talaga namin yung gameplan namin. Nagbunga naman yung preparations namin so credit talaga sa mga bata,” head coach Randy Alcantara said post-game. The graduating guard also stepped up when it mattered most, dropping 10 of his output in the final frame. It was Escamis’ highlight layup and triple that capped off a massive 32-11 tidal wave bridging the third and fourth quarters that broke open a tied tally of 59 all and built up a 91-70 advantage in favor of Mapua. Arches and Policarpio did their part during that run and the former finished with 16 points, five rebounds, and four assists while the latter ended with 15 markers and four boards to help the Red Robins get into the win column after experiencing an upset to start the season. Last year, CSB-LSGH bested Mapua in three games to capture its first-ever championship. Now, the Red Robins are nothing but determined to reclaim the crown they were wearing before last season. “Siyempre, may gigil, pero dapat composed. Siyempre, ‘di kami papayag na 0-2 kami,” Alcantara said. For the defending champions, Joshua David fronted the effort with 19 points and eight rebounds while Joel Cagulangan had 14 markers, seven assists, and six boards. They suffer their first setback after a tournament-opening win. Meanwhile, Lyceum of the Philippines University is now streaking after John Barba lifted them over Jose Rizal University, 88-87. Barba dropped 30 points, including the basket and bonus in the dying seconds that proved to be the difference for the Junior Pirates. He also had eight rebounds, three assists, and three steals in the Junior Pirates’ second straight win in three games. On the other hand, the Light Bombers lost for the first time in two games despite a career-best effort from John Amores who scored 32 points. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME MAPUA 95 – Escamis 28, Arches 16, Policarpio 15, Hernandez 11, Sarias 10, Mariano 10, Dennison 2, Diaz 2, Quimado 1, Smith 0 CSB-LSGH 81 – David 19, Cagulangan 14, Fornilos 14, Mosqueda 12, Calimag 10, Sangco 4, Morales 4, Cortez 2, Natividad 2, Lao 0, Valenzuela 0, Palencia 0 QUARTER SCORES: 21-17, 49-39, 72-61, 95-81 SECOND GAME LPU 88 – Barba 30, Guadana 21, Tulabut 10, De Leon 6, Caringal 6, Jugar 5, Omandac 3, Ragasa 3, De Guia 2, Gudmalin 2, Pagdanganan 0, Nocal 0 JRU 87 – Amores 32, Portales 13, Delos Santos 11, Buno 10, Baluyot 9, Vasquez 5, Dionisio 4, Macatangay 3, Icban 0, Mendoza 0 QUARTER SCORES: 23-24, 42-44, 65-60, 88-87 --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 20th, 2018

Father issues and self-truth

“The movie doesn’t require Aquino to transform into anyone. All she has to do is play herself. Love team Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia play enemies-turned-friends-turned-something deeper in Star Cinema’s latest rom-com I Love You, Hater. With our local mainstream cinema churning out rom-coms by the second, this latest silver-screen fairytale romance offers nothing fresh […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsJul 20th, 2018

I Love You, Hater review: Hard to love, harder to hate

There is one scene in Giselle Andres’ I Love You, Hater that makes the film almost worth all of its very many problems. Noteworthy for several reasons Zoey (Julia Barretto), clearly ecstatic, is in front of Joko (Joshua Garcia), her rival of several weeks for the position ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 15th, 2018

Loisa Andalio bashed for asking to stop bashing

In an attempt to stop bashing and start spreading love, Kapamilya actress Loisa Andalio got bashed after posting on Twitter......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 11th, 2018

'LoveHard: Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto Tell Us Their Love Story

We dare you not to spazz over this sweetness......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 6th, 2018