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'Killing of conscience' worse than killing of addicts – Bishop David

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Rappler Talk: Bishop Ambo David on killings and 'death of conscience'

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Velez scores ‘treble’ in PPS Mlang netfest

MANILA, Philippines — John David Velez bucked the odds, including top seed Bruce Hurtado in the boys’ 18-and-under finals, to complete a rare three-title rom.....»»

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Ex-champ Luke Rockhold beats David Branch for successful UFC return

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Verlander stars as Astros clinch AL West

HOUSTON (AP) — Justin Verlander struck out 10 batters over seven innings in his first home start for Houston while Derek Fisher and Marwin Gonzalez homered in a big fifth inning as the Astros clinched the American League West with a 7-1 win over the Seattle Mariners on Sunday for their first division title since 2001. George Springer and Carlos Correa also homered for the Astros, who won their first division title since 2001 and seventh overall. The Astros become the first team in Major League Baseball history to win titles in three divisions after previously winning the NL West and NL Central. Verlander (13-8) retired his first seven batters before Ben Gamel homered into the right-center bullpen in the third. He allowed just two singles after that to improve to 3-0 since he was acquired from Detroit on Aug. 31. Andrew Moore (1-4) allowed three runs and seven hits in 4 2/3 innings. strong>TIGERS 12, WHITE SOX 0 /strong> DETROIT (AP) — Matthew Boyd's no-hit bid ended when Tim Anderson doubled with two outs in the ninth inning, and the Detroit left-hander closed out a one-hitter for the first shutout of his professional career. Boyd (6-10) allowed only two runners — a walk to Rob Brantly in the third and Anderson's double to the gap in right-center field with two outs in the ninth. He struck out five and threw 121 pitches — his big league high. Dylan Covey (0-6) allowed five runs, seven hits and four walks in 3 2/3 innings. Nick Castellanos, Mikie Mahtook and Jeimer Candelario homered. strong>RAYS 3, RED SOX 2 /strong> ST. PETERSBURG, Florida (AP) — David Price pitched two hitless innings in his first big league game since July 22 after being sidelined by left elbow inflammation. The 2012 AL Cy Young Award winner made his first relief appearance since 2010. Jake Odorizzi (9-8) gave up one hit in six innings, a Jackie Bradley Jr. home run. Jesus Sucre hit a tiebreaking solo home run off Eduardo Rodriguez (5-6) in the sixth. Alex Colome pitched the ninth for his major league-leading 45th save. Tampa Bay remained 5½ games behind the Twins. strong>PADRES 4, ROCKIES 3 /strong> DENVER (AP) — Rockies closer Greg Holland dropped the ball trying to tag Matt Szczur at home on Austin Hedge's squeeze bunt in the ninth inning, allowing San Diego to finish its rally and beat Colorado. Hedges bunted back to Holland (3-6) with runners at the corners and one out, but after making a nice play to scoop up the ball, Holland lost control trying to tag a sliding Szczur. Colorado's bullpen blew its first save in three weeks and let the Rockies' lead for the second NL wild card shrink to 2 1/2 games over Milwaukee. The Brewers beat Miami on Sunday, and St. Louis, which lost to the Chicago Cubs, stayed 4 1/2 back. Kirby Yates (4-5) pitched the eighth, and Brad Hand got the last three outs for his 18th save. strong>ORIOLES 6, YANKEES 4 /strong> NEW YORK (AP) — Ubaldo Jimenez (6-1) struck out 10 in just five innings, and Tim Beckham hit a three-run homer off Sonny Gray (9-11), who allowed five runs in four innings during his shortest start this season. Didi Gregorius homered for the third straight day as New York's four-game winning streak ended. The Yankees remained three games behind AL East-leading Boston and four games ahead of Minnesota for the top AL wild card. Baltimore, which had lost nine of 10, is 5½ games behind the Twins. With two outs and a runner on third in the ninth, Zach Britton intentionally walked Aaron Judge, then struck out Gary Sanchez for his 15th save. strong>TWINS 13, BLUE JAYS 7 /strong> MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Eddie Rosario homered twice, Joe Mauer hit his first grand slam at home and Minnesota overcame a 5-0 deficit with seven runs in the second inning and six in the fifth. Minnesota reopened a two-game lead over the Los Angeles Angels for the second AL wild card. Kyle Gibson (11-10) allowed five runs, three hits and five walks in six innings. Joe Biagini (3-11) gave up six runs — four earned — and five hits in 1 1/3 innings. Josh Donaldson homered twice in the first two innings. strong>RANGERS 4, ANGELS 2 /strong> ANAHEIM, California (AP) — Joey Gallo hit a home run off Garrett Richards (0-2) that landed near the top of the grass hill in center field in the second inning, a drive that would have traveled 490 feet unimpeded, according to MLB Statcast. Adrian Beltre ht a two-run double to center field in the first. Miguel Gonzalez (8-11) allowed one run and two hits in five innings, and Jake Diekman got five outs for his first save this season. strong>INDIANS 3, ROYALS 2 /strong> CLEVELAND (AP) — A day after Cleveland clinched the AL Central, Corey Kluber (17-4) allowed three singles in seven innings. He has not given up a run in 22 innings and has lost once since July 4. Edwin Encarnacion hit a two-run homer in the fourth off Danny Duffy (8-9) as the Indians improved to 33-5 since Aug. 11 despite getting only three hits. Cody Allen worked out of a two-on jam in the ninth for his 28th save. Kansas City dropped five games behind the Twins. strong>CUBS 4, CARDINALS 3 /strong> CHICAGO (AP) — Jason Heyward hit a tiebreaking RBI single off Matt Bowman with two outs in the seventh as Chicago overcame a 3-0 deficit to win its sixth straight game. The Cubs remained four games ahead of second-place Milwaukee as Ben Zobrist drove in two runs and Kyle Schwarber hit his 27th homer. Pedro Strop (5-4) worked a rocky seventh for the win and Wade Davis got three outs for his 31st save, retiring Dexter Fowler on a game-ending flyout to the warning track with a runner on first. Tyler Lyons (4-1) was the loser. strong>BREWERS 10, MARLINS 3 /strong> MILWAUKEE (AP) — Travis Shaw, Jesus Aguilar and Manny Pina each had two hits in an eight-run fourth inning. The Brewers won two of three in a series moved from Florida following Hurricane Irma. Brandon Woodruff (2-2) allowed three runs and eight hits in seven innings. Dillon Peters (0-2) yielded eight runs, nine hits and three walks in 3 2/3 innings. strong>REDS 5, PIRATES 2 /strong> CINCINNATI (AP) — Eugenio Suarez and Scooter Gennett hit two-run homers in the sixth off Gerrit Cole (11-11) as Cincinnati completed its second three-game sweep of Pittsburgh this season. Robert Stephenson (5-5) allowed one hit in six scoreless innings, and Michael Lorenzen pitched a perfect ninth for his second save. strong>ATHLETICS 6, PHILLIES 3 /strong> PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Joey Wendle hit a go-ahead grand slam off Edubray Ramos after the first two batters in the sixth reached off Henderson Alvarez (0-1), who made his first start since May 22, 2015, with Miami. Sean Manaea (11-10) gave up three runs in five innings, and five relievers combined for four hitless innings. Blake Treinen got three outs for his 11th save. strong>METS 5, BRAVES 1 /strong> ATLANTA (AP) — Robert Gsellman (7-7) allowed an unearned run and three hits in seven innings, while pinch-hitter Asdrubal Cabrera had a two-run, pinch-hit homer. Atlanta (67-81) was eliminated from postseason contention and must win its remaining 14 games to avoid a losing record in four straight seasons for the first time since seven in a row from 1984-90. Julio Teheran (11-12) gave up two runs, three hits and four walks in six innings. strong>GIANTS 7, DIAMONDBACKS 2 /strong> SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Pablo Sandoval homered and drove in three runs, rookie Chris Stratton (3-3) allowed two runs and five hits in six innings. Arizona had won 20 of 25 games and nine straight on the road. Taijuan Walker (9-8) Walker gave up four runs and seven hits in five innings. .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsSep 18th, 2017Related News

Park, David share top honors in Southwoods seniors

MANILA, Philippines — Brian Park came through with clutch pars to card a net two-under 70 and nip Rex Salazar in the countback to capture the Class A crown i.....»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsSep 16th, 2017Related News

Former No. 1 Karolina Pliskova fires coach David Kotyza

PRAGUE (AP) — Former world No. 1 Karolina Pliskova says she's parted with coach David Kotyza. Pliskova hired Kotyza, the former coach of her fellow Czech Petra Kvitova, in December. With Kotyza, Pliskova won three WTA tournaments. She reached the semifinals at the French Open and lost in the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open to lose her No. 1 ranking. In a message to local media on Friday, the fourth-ranked Pliskova says she and the coach failed to agree on 'the strategy of my further development.' It is not immediately clear who will replace Kotyza.   .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsSep 16th, 2017Related News

Red Robins, Jr. Blazers still tied for first; San Beda stops skid

strong>STANDINGS /strong> br /> CSB-LSGH 10-2 br /> Malayan 10-2 br /> Letran 7-4 br /> San Beda 7-5 br /> Arellano 5-6 br /> San Sebastian 5-6 br /> LPU 5-7 br /> Perpetual 4-7 br /> JRU 3-8 br /> EAC 1-10 Defending champion Malayan High School of Science and oncoming College of St. Benilde-La Salle Greenhills still have a score to settle in the NCAA 93 Juniors Basketball Tournament. The two teams remain in each other’s throats for first-place following separate wins on Thursday and Friday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. The defending champion Red Robins made quick work of the Brigadiers, 82-68, last Thursday. Team captain Warren Bonifacio showed the way with 19 points, nine rebounds, three assists, and two blocks while Clint Escamis also contributed 12 markers, seven boards, and one pilfer. They were never threated all throughout and waltzed their way onto a 10-2 standing. Tying them there once more are the Junior Blazers who rode Joshua Marcos’ career-best 22 points to go along with 12 rebounds past University of Perpetual Help, 82-69, on Friday. Marcos was backstopped by three other teammates in double-digits en route to a share of first. Court general Joel Cagulangan orchestrated the offensive with a total of 10 points, eight assists, and four rebounds. Their respective losses dropped the Junior Altas to 4-7 and the Brigadiers to 1-10. Meanwhile, San Beda High School finally got back on track following a gritty overtime victory versus San Sebastian College-Recoletos, 85-78. Evan Nelle was the difference, scoring eight points and assisting on five others in his team’s 13-6 extra period. The Red Cubs lost three in a row before the much-needed win. They now stand at 7-5, still solo fourth. Strengthening their stranglehold of third spot, however, is Colegio de San Juan de Letran which grounded Jose Rizal High School, 91-87. Kurt Reyson had 20 points to lead a total of four Squires in double-digits as they improved to 7-4. Their respective losses dropped the Staglets to 5-6 and the Light Bombers to 3-8. Also still in the running is Lyceum of the Philippines University which added to the woes of Arellano High School, 89-82. Mac Guadana topped the scoring column for the Junior Pirates with 19 points. They rose to 5-7 with the win. At the same time, LPU continued to drag down the Braves who are now 5-6 following back-to-back losses. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME, FRIDAY LPU 89 – Guadana 19, Sandoval 15, Arenal 10, Cunanan 10, De Leon 8, Barba 8, Ruiz 6, Salazar 6, Jungco 4, Caringal 3, Ortiz 0, Cuevas 0, Umpad 0 ARELLANO 82 – Camacho 21, Fermin 18, Bataller 12, Tamayo 7, Segura 5, Espiritu 4, Domingo 4, Fornis 3, Camarillo 3, Rivera 3, Velasco 2, Liangco 0 QUARTER SCORES: 17-18, 53-38, 69-67, 89-82 SECOND GAME, FRIDAY CSB-LSGH 82 – Marcos 22, David 14, Fornilos 12, Cagulangan 10, Lao 6, Pedrosa 5, Mosqueda 2, Bordeos 2, Lepalam 2, Perez 2, Cruz 2, Belgica 2, Dela Cruz 1, Sangco 0, Morales 0 PERPETUAL 69 – Razon 17, Siegue 11, Bongay 8, Inliwan 8, Cuevas 6, De Leon 5, Maneze 5, Romilla 4, Umali 2, Rocero 2, Gallano 1, Duka 0, Sta. Teresa 0, Cajayon 0, Jaucian 0 QUARTER SCORES: 18-13, 34-27, 63-45, 82-69 THIRD GAME, FRIDAY SAN BEDA 85 – Etrata 14, Nelle 14, Tagala 13, Sese 11, Abu Hijleh 7, Alfaro 6, Garcia 5, Mahinay 4, Obenza 4, Lagumen 3, Velasquez 2, Nayve 2, Oliva 0 SAN SEBASTIAN 78 – Villapando 15, Desoyo 14, Calahat 10, Cuntapay 10, Pelias 9, Sumoda 9, Are 4, Pasamante 3, Aguilar 2, Magbanua 2, Umayao 0, Rodriguez 0 QUARTER SCORES: 7019, 22-29, 50-48, 72-72, 85-75 (OT) FIRST GAME, THURSDAY LETRAN 91 – Reyson 20, Tolentino 16, Cordero 13, Tamayo 12, Valdez 8, Monje 7, Aniban 5, Peralta 3, Guarino 3, Ganapathy 2, Labrador 2, Montes 0, Tabajen 0 JRU 87 – Agustin 36, Caballero 17, Tolentino 10, Serrano 9, Camua 5, Delos Santos 4, Dionisio 3, Buazon 2, Sicat 1, Buno 0, Amores 0, Sumabat 0 QUARTER SCORES: 22-16, 43-44, 68-63, 91-87 SECOND GAME, THURSDAY MALAYAN 82 – Bonifacio 19, Escamis 12, Garcia 10, Lacap 8, Jabel 8, Gozum 8, Socias 6, Sarias 5, Enriquez 5, Malaluan 1, Ramos 0, Dennison 0, Arches 0, Sarmiento 0 EAC 68 – Cruz 21, De Quiros 12, Castillo 11, Boado 8, Satillian 5, Dulatre 3, Baliquig 2, Oriondo 2, Tapales 2, Diaz 2, Mananquil 0, Matilde 0, Mostoles 0, Suniga 0, Ligot 0 QUARTER SCORES: 25-13, 43-30, 68-51, 82-68 --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo. .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsSep 15th, 2017Related News

San Beda keeps win run going after outclassing San Sebastian

Head coach Boyet Fernandez, main man Robert Bolick, and rising star Clint Doliguez were all back for San Beda College on Friday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. And San Beda at full strength is as dangerous as ever. The Red Lions made sure age-old rival San Sebastian College-Recoletos remembered that, coming away with a convincing 76-65 victory that hikes their winning streak to 10 in a row in the NCAA 93 Men’s Basketball Tournament. “It’s our defense that stepped up this game,” Fernandez said after his boys only allowed their opponents to make good on 25 of their 66 attempts from the field. It was a rousing welcome back for the head coach after he had to serve a disciplinary action the league imposed. Fernandez, along with Bolick and Doliguez, were slapped with one-game suspensions following their involvement in an incident during their matchup with College of St. Benilde a week ago. Bolick wasted no time in being back, leading the charge for the defending champions, scoring 11 points. Doliguez also chipped in five points, three rebounds, and two assists. However, it was Javee Mocon who was a force all game long and Jeramer Cabanag who was a pleasant surprise in the final frame. Cabanag’s back-to-back hits fronted the pivotal 7-0 push that increased San Beda’s five-point lead into a 67-55 advantage with five minutes remaining. The Golden Stags again threatened at 64-70 with 2:22 left only to see Mocon score all but one point in a 6-0 burst that sealed the deal in the Red Lions’ rise to 11-1. The fourth-year forward wound up with another double-double of 17 points and 11 rebounds. Davon Potts also turned in a season-best 16 markers. With the win, San Beda stayed in solo second and still right behind league-leading and undefeated Lyceum of the Philippines University. On the other hand, Baste still could not get a winning streak going and dropped back onto a 5-6 record – knotted for fourth with Colegio de San Juan de Letran and Emilio Aguinaldo College. Michael Calisaan topped the scoring column for them with 23 points. BOX SCORES SAN BEDA 76 – Mocon 17, Potts 16, Bolick 11, Tankoua 8, Presbitero 8, Cabanag 6, Doliguez 5, Soberano 3, Adamos 2, Bahio 0, Abuda 0, Oftana 0, Tongco 0 SAN SEBASTIAN 65 – Calisaan 23, Bulanadi 12, Gayosa 10, David 5, Ilagan 5, Baetiong 4, Calma 2, Navarro 2, Capobres 2, Costelo 0, Mercado 0, Valdez 0, Are 0 QUARTER SCORES: 26-15, 42-36, 58-53, 76-65 --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo. .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsSep 15th, 2017Related News

Madis, Velez eye PPS Mlang ‘double’

MANILA, Philippines —  Jazzelle Madis and John David Velez hope to live up to the hype as they banner the field in the Palawan Pawnshop-Palawan Express Pera.....»»

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David Archuleta to hold PH concert in October

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David Archuleta rediscovers Manila in October

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FULL TEXT: Caloocan Bishop David addresses PNP on drug war

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FULL TEXT: Caloocan Bishop David addresses PNP on drug war - Rappler

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Consunji, dean of builders, 95

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Construction magnate David Consunji dies at 95 - Manila Bulletin

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DMCI founder David Consunji passes away at 95

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