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Where to treat mom and the family today

It's not really just because today, May 13, is Mother's Day that you should treat mom and the family out to dinner. The more compelling reason is that 13 Ubay St., a restaurant named after its address in Quezon City, has a homey ambiance for slow meals and relaxed conversation with the clan, or even with close friends. The truth is, owner Zaza Sarmiento herself comes from a big family---both mom's and dad's side---that holds frequent get-togethers. And since she wanted to apply her culinary education on her own after working as a chef abroad, Sarmiento opened 13 Ubay St. right in her father's ancestral house. Hung on the walls around the spacious dining area are vintage bla...Keep on reading: Where to treat mom and the family today.....»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerMay 13th, 2018

How age and timing affect Dingdong’s movie projects

Heartthrob Dingdong Dantes explains why, of late, he has been appearing in family-oriented films. Both "Seven Sundays" (2017) and "Fantastica" (2018), where Dingdong is a cast member, had been well-received in terms of box-office returns. "It's not just because I have my own kids already. I guess it also has something to do with age and timing. There are so many factors being considered---if these projects landed on my lap 10 years ago, I don't think these would be possible, because I was busy doing other things," the 38-year-old actor explained. "It seems that the universe has conspired and made this opportunity happen today. It's made extra special because I already have a...Keep on reading: How age and timing affect Dingdong’s movie projects.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 13th, 2019

Rappler Eats: Prime rib steak, truffle carbonara with chicken skin at Flat Iron 1771

"Gusto ko ng steak..." "Mas bet ko Italian food today, though..." "Ayaw niyo ng dessert nalang?" Been there, probably said that. When out with family, friends, or even just your significant other, back-and-forth arguments on where to finally sit down and eat inarguably happen way too often.  With countless resto options ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 12th, 2019

Meet the 2019 PBA Opening Day Muses

The PBA is set to tip off its 44th season this Sunday, January 13th at the Philippine Arena. Before the curtain-raising Ginebra Gin Kings vs TNT KaTropa game, however, the PBA will hold the annual Leo Awards and the opening ceremonies to welcome another season. Making the opening ceremony more colorful during the parade of teams are the muses for each squad, notable women who embody each team's spirit. The PBA has announced some of the team's muses, made up mostly of athletes and celebrities. Muses: Yam Concepcion (PHX) Pia Wurtzbach (Ginebra) Aya Fernandez (NorthPort) Alyssa Valdez (NLEX) Jasmine Alkhaldi (Blackwater) Kylie Versoza (SMB) Sharon Cuneta (Magnolia) Klea Pineda (Alaska) — Philip Martin Matel (@philipptionary) January 8, 2019 From sports stars Alyssa Valdez, Michele Gumabao, and Jasmine Alkhaldi, to high-profile public figures like Sharon Cuneta, Pia Wurtzbach, and Yam Concepcion, let's get a glimpse of each lovely lady ahead of the opening. Yam Concepcion (Phoenix)         View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by Yam Concepcion (@yamconcepcion) on Nov 15, 2018 at 2:37am PST Pia Wurtzbach (Ginebra)         View this post on Instagram                   Sun’s out! Do not disturb - I’m on pool time! 😎 A post shared by Pia Wurtzbach (@piawurtzbach) on Dec 3, 2018 at 7:38pm PST Aya Fernandez (NorthPort)         View this post on Instagram                   2019, are you ready? . . . Creative Director and Stylist: EJ Mondia of EJM Styling @ejmstyling @ejmondia 💄: Thrianne Gellido @makeupbythrianne 📷: Dennis Sulit @dennisulit A post shared by Aya Fernandez (@ayafernandez_) on Dec 31, 2018 at 3:51am PST Alyssa Valdez (NLEX)         View this post on Instagram                   Challenge accepted! Looking forward to learn new things from the #BestBeginsNow challenge! A post shared by Alyssa Valdez (@alyssa_valdez2) on Oct 10, 2018 at 5:55am PDT Michele Gumabao & Jasmine Alkhaldi (Blackwater)         View this post on Instagram                   Today is the day for the Final Show of @themissglobe 2018 ❤️ this was at yesterday's prelims 😘 7pm local time of Albania, livestream is on @themissglobe website 😘 Wearing @soakswimwearph Styled by @gvinsky @mikeeandrei @21wilbur for always helping with my glam 😘😘 Nails @idonailsph A post shared by Michele Gumabao (@gumabaomichele) on Oct 21, 2018 at 1:35am PDT           View this post on Instagram                 happy place 🌊✨ A post shared by Jasmine Alkhaldi (@jazzyalkhaldi) on Dec 23, 2017 at 2:01am PST Kylie Versoza (SMB) Kylie Verzosa will be our Muse on Sunday 🔥 #FearTheBeer 🍻 pic.twitter.com/fEJQ08aJrT — San Miguel Beermen (@TheSMBeermen) January 8, 2019 Sharon Cuneta (Magnolia)         View this post on Instagram                 Thank you again so much from the bottom of my heart, Rebisco, for supporting our movie “3 Words to Forever.” Thank you especially to my former neighbors in Wack-Wack Village, the Ng family. May you have a merry Christmas and may 2019 bring you more blessings of prosperity and abundance! God bless you always. (Luwag na damit ko.) A post shared by ActorSingerPresenter (@reallysharoncuneta) on Dec 14, 2018 at 6:13am PST Klea Pineda (Alaska)         View this post on Instagram                 Sometimes, you just have to take a break - have time for yourself away from everything - just be with nature and reflect... #PoweredByNature #RexonaNaturalWhitening A post shared by Klea Pineda (@kleapineda) on Nov 19, 2018 at 4:29am PST.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 8th, 2019

Cooking for the Kamayan | SAVEUR

Kamayan is a style of family-style dining popular in the Philippines. It is rooted in military dining, but today, the festive feast, eaten off banana leaves and with the hands, is enjoyed in restauran.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJan 4th, 2019

Robredo: Landslide survivors also need psychological therapy

NAGA CITY--- In a visit to landslide survivors in Iraya village on Wednesday, Vice President Leni Robredo said that those who survived the effects of Tropical Depression "Usman" also "need psychological therapy" alongside shelter, and any assistance to help them start over. Eighteen bodies of landslide victims from the indigenous group Mt. Iraya Agta have either been dug up from the mud or retrieved from other villages across Buhi Lake after floating for days. On Thursday, Urbanito Capiz, who was buried Wednesday at the Buhi Municipal Cemetery, was identified by his family through photographs, leaving just one missing in Buhi. "The one I talked to today looked like he was still ...Keep on reading: Robredo: Landslide survivors also need psychological therapy.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 3rd, 2019

Antetokounmpo powers Bucks past Knicks in Christmas debut

By Brian Mahoney, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Giannis Antetokounmpo had 30 points and 14 rebounds in his Christmas debut, and the Milwaukee Bucks celebrated their return to the holiday schedule by beating the New York Knicks 109-95 on Tuesday (Wednesday, PHl time). Brook Lopez scored 20 points for the Bucks, who played on Christmas for the first time since 1977. They were selected for the showcase slate of games largely because of Antetokounmpo but the timing also was perfect to show an emerging team, which improved the NBA’s second-best record to 23-10. Malcolm Brogdon finished with 17 points for the Bucks, who bounced back from a loss to Miami on Saturday (Sunday, PHL time) to win for the fifth time in six games. Rookie Kevin Knox scored 21 points for the Knicks, who have lost six straight Christmas Day games and fell to 22-31 in their NBA-record 53 appearances on the holiday. New York has lost five in a row and 10-of-11 since rallying to stun the Bucks 136-134 in overtime on Dec. 1 (Dec. 2, PHL time) at Madison Square Garden. Antetokounmpo was angry that night with Knicks forward Mario Hezonja, who had dunked over him in the first quarter, then stared and stepped over him. Antetokounmpo felt it was disrespectful, vowing to punch Hezonja in the groin next time. The Greek Freak was perhaps a little too pumped for the rematch, missing a dunk so badly on his first shot that the rebound bounced all the way out to the opposite corner, where Brogdon grabbed it and fired in a three-pointer. But he quickly got untracked, while the Knicks had a hard time getting started in just their third nationally televised game of the season. They started 1-for-8 and fell behind 10-2, though they settled down to lead 24-22 after one quarter. It was only a seven-point game midway through the third quarter when Antetokounmpo began to seize control. His jumper followed by layup pushed the lead into double digits, and his 11 points in the period helped the Bucks open an 84-65 cushion. The Bucks were held to a season-low 87 points Saturday (Sunday, PHl time) in Miami, but the NBA leaders with 116.9 points coming into the game surpassed that early in the fourth quarter against the Knicks. Noah Vonleh had 14 points and 15 rebounds, while Tim Hardaway Jr. had 14 points and 10 boards but shot just 4-for-18 for New York. TIP-INS Bucks: Antetokounmpo was chosen Eastern Conference player of the week on Monday (Tuesday, PHL time), the third time this season he’s won the award. He was also voted the player of the month in the conference for October-November. ... The Bucks are 3-2 on Christmas. Knicks: Rookie G Allonzo Trier had eight points in 18 minutes after missing seven games with a strained left hamstring. ... Hezonja didn’t play. ... The Knicks haven’t won on Christmas since beating Boston in 2011 in what was the NBA season opener following the lockout. ADVANTAGE, BUCKS? Both coaches were asked before the game about the idea that a Christmas Day game favored the visiting team, which could treat it as a regular road game while the hosts were at home, perhaps surrounded by family celebrating the holiday. Milwaukee’s Mike Budenholzer dismissed the notion, saying the Bucks brought plenty of family members and had a big team dinner on Christmas Eve so they could mix basketball and the holiday. And David Fizdale’s thoughts? “Well, I look at this team, Milwaukee’s coming in with an advantage anyway,” he said with a laugh. “They’re a better team than us right now.” UP NEXT The teams complete their season series Thursday night (Friday, PHL time) at Milwaukee......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 26th, 2018

Annabelle Rama tearfully recalls how daughter Ruffa Gutierrez helped their family

Ruffa Gutierrez and Annabelle Rama may have had a handful of public squabbles in the past, especially whenever Ruffa's romantic life is concerned, but their appreciation and love remain for each other. The unfiltered Rama did not hold back when she shared on "Gandang Gabi Vice" last Dec. 23 that when it comes to her children, Ruffa is the one who always gets an earful from her. Ruffa, on the other hand, shared that until today, Rama still meddles with her love life. "Alam mo hanggang ngayon, di ko na sasabihin yung age ko, pero hanggang ngayon nakikialam pa'rin siya sa love life. Nakakaloka," Ruffa told an amused Vice Ganda. (You know, until now, I won't mention my age anymore, but ...Keep on reading: Annabelle Rama tearfully recalls how daughter Ruffa Gutierrez helped their family.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 24th, 2018

Meeting Santa

  For Martin del Rosario, Christmas brings back a lot of childhood memories, but among the special ones is an experience that debunks a holiday myth. "It's probably the time when I discovered who Santa Claus was," the "Born Beautiful" actor tells the Inquirer. "Si Papa lang pala!" Martin's plans for himself this Christmas break are still uncertain, but he'll be with loved ones at some point. "Just like the previous years, I'd be spending it quietly with my family." On what present he'd like to give or receive, the Kapuso heartthrob says, "Maybe something for my condo." He adds, "I would probably treat my family to a relaxing weekend in a hotel or resort. They enjo...Keep on reading: Meeting Santa.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 23rd, 2018

Treat yourself and your family! Indulge in these Christmas Special’s like The Te…

Treat yourself and your family! Indulge in these Christmas Special’s like The Terrace’s Christmas Tree Pizza and Frank’s Santa’s Snack! Visit rwmanila.com/promotion-dining for more holiday-themed treats! For more thrilling treats this holiday season, check our page as we walk you through the #RWMChristmasCountdown2018. Source link: Treat yourself and your family! Indulge in these Christmas Special’s like The Te….....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsDec 17th, 2018

My dad is a good man

Today please allow me to share with you a eulogy written by Nicole Sytin, daughter of murdered businessman Dominic Sytin, because she presents a different perspective about parents who are labelled absentee or lacking quantity time with their family......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 11th, 2018

PVL: Bundit proud of his award-winning players

BATANGAS CITY -- Aside from winning the championship in his farewell coaching stint in the Philippines, Creamline head coach Tai Bundit was doubly proud of the individual awards received by his players at the close of the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Open Conference. Five volleybelles who played under the tutelage of the Thai mentor with the Cool Smashers and those playing on the Ateneo-Motolite side, had their names called for seven categories including the conference and Finals Most Valuable Player awards. “Today, I’m super happy because five of my players became best players (individual awards winners) in the PVL,” said Bundit after the Cool Smashers completed a best-of-three Finals sweep of the Lady Eagles, 25-20, 25-20, 25-15, Saturday at the Batangas City Coliseum here.    Creamline star Alyssa Valdez won the tournament MVP and 1st Best Outside Spiker honors while teammate Jia Morado collected her third straight Best Setter award and was named Finals MVP. Valdez and Morado were also the key players of Bundit during their stint with Ateneo in the UAAP where the three delivered the Katipunan-based squad’s breakthrough crown in Season 76 before following it up with a rare tournament sweep in Season 77.       Jema Galanza of Creamline bagged the 2nd Best Outside Hitter award while Ateneo- Motolite’s Kat Tolentino and Maddie Madayag received the Best Opposite Hitter and 1st Best Middle Blocker awards, respectively. Madayag was part of the Lady Eagles squad that won the UAAP Season 77 crown while Tolentino played in Bundit’s last two years with Ateneo in Seasons 79 and 80. "I’m really happy because I trained them and they improved so much,” said Bundit, who is set to fly back in Thailand to be with his family after five fruitful years in the country.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 8th, 2018

Early holiday break for Kris Bernal

Actress-entrepreneur Kris Bernal took a two-week vacation to visit her sister, a nurse in Los Angeles. She told the Inquirer that her break from work will be until this weekend.   That, Kris said, will be her Christmas celebration this year. "I'll be spending time with family, so [it's like an early Christmas treat for me]," she said.   The "Asawa Ko, Karibal Ko" actress tried to recall her fondest Christmas memory: "I can't remember one particular instance but [spending it with family is always special]. The family just got together and ate. It's like a regular celebration. And it was a time away from work."---OLIVER PULUMBARIT  ...Keep on reading: Early holiday break for Kris Bernal.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 7th, 2018

Promoter: Adonis Stevenson in stable condition after KO

QUEBEC CITY --- Canadian boxer Adonis Stevenson has been upgraded from critical to stable condition and remains in an induced coma Sunday after being knocked out Saturday night in his light heavyweight title fight. Boxing promoter Yvon Michel tweeted about the 41-year-old Stevenson's condition. "The state of Adonis has gone from critical towards stable from yesterday to today which is a relatively good news. He is in controlled sedation to facilitate his recuperation." Michel said. "His family, his wife Simone and Groupe Yvon Michel would like to thank the many people who have taken the time to send comforting messages. New information will be published as we get it. No other c...Keep on reading: Promoter: Adonis Stevenson in stable condition after KO.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 3rd, 2018

Ex-UP top gunner Paolo Mendoza to Fighting Maroons: Focus on goal, not yourselves

After 21 years, the UP Fighting Maroons are on the cusp of entering the UAAP Finals as they battle against the Adamson Soaring Falcons for the right to face the defending champion Ateneo Blue Eagles for the Season 81 title.   A familiar situation 1997 was the last time UP made it to the Final Four, also forging a sudden death match for a spot in the Finals in Season 60. One of the top players back then was scoring sensation Paolo Mendoza, who is now the head coach of the UPIS Junior Fighting Maroons. Unfortunately, however, Mendoza's team lost by just a point, 69-70, during the Game 2 of the knockout match against the FEU Tamaraws, denying their march to the Finals. Being the top scorer and team leader of the Fighting Maroons at that time, Mendoza is elated to see the current team in the same position they had in 1997. In an exclusive interview, Mendoza said he is elated that UP finally made it again this far in the league, considering also that Juan and Javi Gomez de Liano, Diego Dario, and Wil Gozum were former UPIS Junior Fighting Maroons.   Defensive intensity Mendoza stressed that offense has always been and will always be there as the roster has top gunners like the Gomez De Liano brothers, Paul Desiderio, Jun Manzo, and MVP favorite Bright Akhuetie. However, he believes the team’s defensive intensity was the most obvious improvement compared to their performance during the first round of playoffs. “Magaling ‘yung attention and commitment nila sa defense. Ang galing ng ginawa ni Coach Bo (Perasol),” he said, adding that the boys definitely executed even the smallest of details in their defense. Being optimistic for today’s game, Mendoza thinks that the main concern or probable weakness of the team will be nothing and no one but themselves. “Sometimes in situations like this, you will be overwhelmed. Your focus on the game will really be tested,” he said, adding that focus is just what might probably get in the way in getting the win in today’s match.   Similarities with 1997 team Meanwhile, the major similarity that Mendoza thinks there is between their team during Season 60 and the current Fighting Maroons is the commitment of the players. “‘Yung similarity na talagang nakikita ko is ‘yung commitment ng parehong generations. During our time, very committed kami sa goal namin, the same way how the team is committed now,” he said. Reminiscing the exact situation they were in during Season 60, Mendoza is certain that they were still successful during their time despite falling short against the FEU Tamaraws, who were then the number one team in the standings and had the that twice-to-beat edge. “Ang maganda siguro sa team namin noon, we know our roles and we accept those roles. We respect each other a lot. Kaya masasabi naming naging matagumpay noong time namin,” he said.   Like an ordinary game The old cliche that is  “playing one game at a time” was the mindset of Mendoza during that do-or-die game against FEU. Mendoza admitted that he actually just treated that game as an ordinary game as he did not want to pressure himself so much. “During times like this, medyo iseseparate mo muna ‘yung sarili mo sa mundo kasi everybody’s talking about the game - your friends, family, and the whole UP community,” he said. Difficulties will always be present during crucial knockout games and Mendoza admitted it was really the focus on the game, which was very hard for them back then. “Sometimes, you tend to focus on yourself eh; nakakalimutan mo na yung goal ng team that is why importante ‘yung may leaders who know how to gather the team,” he said, adding that when you are already one of the top teams you always have to bring your “A" game” every time. Knowing how to handle pressure In sharing his learnings from his experience as a veteran player, Mendoza stressed that each one on the team now should know how to handle the pressure and expectations. “They should not take their eyes off the goal. Dapat alam nila ‘yung kailangan nilang gawin. Most importantly, they should think of everybody, the whole UP community sacrificing their time to support the team,” he said. Mendoza also pointed out that the performance of GDL brothers Juan and Javi is very crucial. “I think sila ang barometer ng UP. If they play well, strong ang chance ng UP to win,” he said. When asked what the Finals picture is for UP, Mendoza confidently said that his hopes are high for the very talented team. With the way the boys play, there is a very high chance that they will make it into Finals. They just need to maintain it and keep it a notch higher on defense. “Hindi talaga ako magugulat kung manalo ang UP. If it happens, first Finals appearance ulit ng UP in years,” he said......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 28th, 2018

Teejay Cruz honored with dance by family | Inquirer Entertainment

In the wake of his passing, Teejay Cruz has left his family and loved ones with happy memories, including his love for dance. His mother Lynn Ynchaustishared videos today, Nov. 25 on Instagram of Teej.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsNov 25th, 2018

LOOK: Primo Arellano pets animals, encounters a python at Kuya Kim’s ‘home zoo’

Primo Arellano learned about animals during his visit to the "home zoo" of his parents' godfather, who also happens to be a certified pet lover, TV host Kim Atienza. Drew Arellano, Iya Villania and their two sons, Primo and Leon, went to visit Atienza's house on Saturday, Oct. 17. Villania filmed their family's adventure at the "Matanglawin" host's zoo-like abode via her Instagram Stories on the same day. "Today, we went to visit ninong and his pets," Villania wrote in a video of Atienza carrying Primo while showing the two-year-old his prized macaws. The toddler also had the chance to meet one of Atienza's pet dogs. It seems Atienza's dogs were the least of the p...Keep on reading: LOOK: Primo Arellano pets animals, encounters a python at Kuya Kim’s ‘home zoo’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 19th, 2018

Sun Life Cycle Phl under way at BGC

The second Sun Life Cycle Phl reels off today with over a thousand biking enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels setting out for a fun ride, wellness activity and family bonding at Bonifacio Global City in Taguig......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 16th, 2018

Nieky Holzken ready to make an impact in ONE Championship

Nieky Holzken is not letting his difficult past get in the way of his goal of becoming a ONE Super Series World Champion ahead of his promotional debut in the co-main event of ONE: WARRIOR'S DREAM on 17 November at Stadium Istora in Jakarta, Indonesia. Touted by many as one the greatest kickboxers in the world today, Holzken revealed that his difficult past eventually led his focus on honing his skills in martial arts. The sport, he says, molded him to become a better person through years of training. "I was a problem child. I got kicked out of school when I was 9. I had to go to another school. I did not enjoy school. I was very smart, but I didn’t want to learn. If I could do it again, I would do it differently," Holzken shared. "I trained with Ramon Dekkers, Cor Hemmers, and Sjef Weber. Sjef was very good with my boxing, and Ramon and Cor with kickboxing. It gave me personality, character, and respect," he added. Other than refusing to learn in school, "The Natural" also shared that he was raised out of a broken family. He ultimately took something positive out of the situation, and used it to motivate himself to become a good father. "My parents separated, and I only had contact with my father’s family, and no contact with my mother. It made me very hard, and it helped me along the way," he revealed. "I want my children to live with a mom and dad who are together. What I experienced definitely makes me a better dad," he stressed. Having learned from his past and with a goal in sight, Holzken is bent on impressing in his ONE Championship debut as he aims to become one of the organization's world champions in the very near future. "To win in my debut would be great. I want to become the World Champion in ONE," he quipped......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 13th, 2018

‘No more revising history,’says historian on Imelda Marcos conviction

Even if ex-first lady Imelda Marcos wasn't jailed for graft, her conviction meant she or her family could no longer revise history, a historian said on Friday.   Maria Serena Diokno, former National Historical Commission of the Philippines chair, said she considered Imelda's conviction as just a "tiny speck" in what the Marcos family had to pay for abuses committed during their more than 20-year reign in the country.   Diokno, daughter of the late senator and human rights stalwart Jose Diokno, said she, too, didn't believe Imelda would be sent to jail.   "Even if she doesn't end up in jail, she will not be able to escape this fact --- today, it has been c...Keep on reading: ‘No more revising history,’says historian on Imelda Marcos conviction.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 11th, 2018

PBA: Alaska dominates San Miguel to make semis

Alaska would not be denied this time. The Aces needed only one win to advance and they took care of business Wednesday at the Cuneta Astrdome, scoring a convincing 96-85 win over San Miguel Beer in the 2018 PBA Governors' Cup quarterfinals. After years of frustration against the Beermen, Alaska finally got one over San Miguel and the no. 3 Aces are going to the semifinals. Alaska will wait for the winner of the Phoenix-Meralco series in the next round. "I really didn't want to play Friday, I really don't wanna play them on Friday. That's not a good situation," head coach Alex Compton said on the sudden death showdown that would have happened if they lost. "June Mar is starting to get his groove back and Christian leads the league in scoring for locals. We're not the biggest team so that's not a good situation. We wanted to treat today as a knockout," he added. In an amazing display of impeccable defense, Alaska limited the high-powered San Miguel offense to only seven points in the third quarter and turned a one-point halftime lead into a 15-point cushion entering hte fourth period. The Aces then pounded on the Beermen, leading by as many as 21 points, 75-54, and cruised all the way to victory. Despite making his exit in the final quarter due to cramps, import Mike Harris still fired 25 points, 15 in the first, on top of 17 rebounds. Simon Enciso added 15 points and Vic Manuel was good for another 14. The Beermen, whose season once again ends in the quarterfinals of the Governors' Cup, got 19 points from Kevin Murphy. Christian Standhardinger finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds as San Miguel's top local.   The scores: Alaska 96 - Harris 25, Enciso 15, Manuel 14, Teng 9, Baclao 6, Exciminiano 6, Casio 5, Thoss 4, Banchero 2. San Miguel 85 - Murphy 19, Standhardinger 18, Lassiter 14, Santos 8, Nabong 8, Cabagnot 6, Fajardo 6, Ross 4, Heruela 2. Quarters: 23-19, 43-42, 64-49, 96-85.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 7th, 2018