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Duterte names new president to power sector management firm

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte has named a lawyer as the new president and chief executive officer of the state-owned Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corp. (PSALM). PSALM held a special board meeting on Friday after President Duterte signed her appointment papers of Irene Joy Besido-Garcia. “Atty. Garcia will be leading PSALM in optimizing the proceeds from the [...] The post Duterte names new president to power sector management firm appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

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Love Actually: So, How Have Billy Crawford And Coleen Garcia Been On Their First Month Married?

Mr. and Mrs. Crawford are definitely in it for the long run!.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: LifestyleMay 24th, 2018Related News

The art of steak

By Joseph L. Garcia, Reporter THE JAPANESE have a habit of taking something foreign and improving upon it, resulting in a product sometimes far superior than the original: think Japanese jeans, whiskey, or jazz. These Japanese sensibilities meet with Australian techniques in Japan-based steakhouse Ruby Jack’s, which has a branch in City of Dreams. A […] The post The art of steak appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Source: Bworldonline BworldonlineCategory: NewsMay 23rd, 2018Related News

Teen pusher killed in shootout; P6.5-M shabu seized in Cavite

CAMP Gen. Pantaleon Garcia, Imus City, Cavite -- Police operatives killed a 19-year-old pusher during a buy-bust operation in Kawit town last Tuesday night while a big-time drug pusher was arrested for possession of shabu worth P6.5 million in a separate anti-drug operation on Monday in Dasmariñas City. Suspect Jerome….....»»

Source: Journal JournalCategory: NewsMay 23rd, 2018Related News

PVL: Can Vice Ganda’s magic touch turn men’s volleyball into a blockbuster?

A volleyball fan at heart and a low-key supporter of Far Eastern University’s stable of athletes, Vice Ganda needed no further convincing when approached to form his own team for the second edition of the Premier Volleyball League.  The ABS-CBN’s prized talent said yes no sooner than Berlin Paglinawan, a former PVL best opposite spiker, had made the request.   Paglinawan began his collegiate career playing for FEU, Vice Ganda’s alma mater, before transferring to National University. And that’s their connection.  This explains why the core of the Vice Company Blockbusters is made up of mainstays of the FEU Tamaraws who finished second in the UAAP last season.     Men’s volleyball fans until now are cheering the entry of Vice Ganda in the PVL, a two-year-old groundbreaking project of Sports Vision, the sports outfit that through its successful series of V Leagues has largely helped steer women’s volleyball to unprecedented popularity.    Everyone seems privy to how Vice Ganda has risen to the top of the local entertainment world, how he almost singlehandedly pushed the Kapamilya noontime show, It’s Showtime, to the pinnacle of the ratings game, and how his movies kept breaking box office records. With his official involvement in volleyball as a club owner and player – he is listed as a player wearing jersey no. 1 -- can his golden touch pull in the crowds for men’s volleyball? That’s the question foremost in every volleyball aficionado’s mind.   Shared passion  Another connection between Vice Ganda and Paglinawan, his team captain, is their common passion for volleyball.     The TV host-actor-standup comedian would be seen time and again rushing from his afternoon television program to wherever the volleyball action may be.     After helping win the NU Bulldogs’ back-to-back championships and eventually graduating from the UAAP, Paglinawan never stops from playing -- for different clubs in the defunct Spikers’ Turf, another event organized by Sports Vision, and now the PVL.  For his present ballclub, Paglinawan said he shed 10 kilos in one month to keep fit and sharp. He insisted that he did it for volleyball, not for health reasons. If that’s not passion for volleyball, then what is?    To the FEU Tamaraws’ juggernaut, Paglinawan, who did the recruiting for Vice Co., has added the tested might of middle blocker Kim Malabunga of reigning UAAP titlist NU and high-flying Paolo Publico of Adamson U, a discovery from Vigan City. The full lineup: Vice Ganda, Richard Solis, Cian Silang, Owen Suarez, Rikko Marmeto, Jude Garcia, JP Bugaoan, Redijohn Paler, Paolo Pablico, Jayson Ramos, Jack Kaligking, Berlin Paglinawan, Peter Quiel and Kim Malabunga. Sammy Gaddi, team manager; Rei Diaz Jr., head coach; Manolo Refugia and Brendon Santos, assistant coaches; and EJ Ramos, therapist/trainer......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 23rd, 2018Related News

LOOK: Bangs Garcia s baby Amelia gets baptized in England

An overjoyed Bangs Garcia with her British-Filipino businessman husband Lloyd Birchmore celebrated their baby daughter's May 20 christening in England. The parents were beaming with pride, as.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsMay 22nd, 2018Related News

Only six players return after UST’s worst finish in F4 era

Without a doubt, University of Sto. Tomas will be different under new head coach Aldin Ayo. Not only has the multi-league champion coach installed his patented “Mayhem,” he has also completely changed the makeup of the Growling Tigers. In fact, only six players will be back in action from last year’s team – reinforcement Steve Akomo, Henric Caunan, Zachy Huang, Leon Lorenzana, Vaughn Soriano, and team captain Marvin Lee. Last year’s squad slogged through a 1-13 season – the school’s worst showing in the Final Four era. That means that no longer in Espana – or on the roster, at the very least – are Justin Arana, Reggie Boy Basibas, Oliver de Guzman, Carlo Escalambre, Christian Garcia, Ben Kwawukumey, Joco Macasaet, MR Romero, and Jordan Sta. Ana. According to Ayo, those players have left on their own volition and have decided to try their luck elsewhere. In their places, the NCAA and UAAP champion coach has recruited blue-chip high school prospects CJ Cansino and Mike Enriquez who were both MVPs as well as solid pieces in Toby Agustin, Sherwin Concepcion, Makoy Marcos, and Kenneth Zamora. More importantly, all set to come back and make use of their last playing year are spitfire guard Renzo Subido and scoring forward Embons Bonleon. —— Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 22nd, 2018Related News

It s over for Gabbi Garcia, Ruru Madrid love team

MANILA, Philippines – GMA 7 actress and singer Gabbi Garcia confirmed that her tandem with Ruru Madrid is finished. The "All I Need" singer issued the statement via Twitter on Tuesday, May 22. "I honestly learned a lot from the past years, may it be personal/work," she wrote. " I got ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsMay 22nd, 2018Related News

LOOK: Bangs Garcia’s baby Amelia gets baptized in England

An overjoyed Bangs Garcia with her British-Filipino businessman husband Lloyd Birchmore celebrated their baby daughter's May 20 christening in England. The parents were beaming with pride, as their darling Amelia became the charming center of attention for the day. Garcia shared the best photos from her little one's special day on Instagram yesterday, May 21. The elated Garcia had this wish for Amelia for her christening: "My precious daughter, Amelia, may your heart be kind, your spirit strong to see the good and right the wrong. May Lord Jesus create an [armor] of grace and luck around you that will protect and keep you safe all your life." "This is just the beginning of your ...Keep on reading: LOOK: Bangs Garcia’s baby Amelia gets baptized in England.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: May 22nd, 2018Related News

Brownlee back with Ginebra, Walker returns for Blackwater

Help is on the way for Barangay Ginebra. After a 1-3 start in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup, the Gin Kings have finally decided to bring back Justin Brownlee and replace Chuck Garcia. Agent Sheryl Reyes, who handles Brownlee, announced the return of the two-time PBA champion on her Twitter account. Mga ka barangay it's official Justin Brownlee is back ... ginebra's import once again .. watch him next game woot woot #teamreyes pic.twitter.com/xkdEWipwrx --- Sheryl Sanchez Reyes (@FemaleAgentSR) May 21, 2018 Interestingly, Brownlee's return will be against fierce rival Meralco on June 1 at Mall of Asia Arena. Ginebra and Meralco have faced each other in the last two Governo...Keep on reading: Brownlee back with Ginebra, Walker returns for Blackwater.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: May 21st, 2018Related News

PBA: Two-time champion Justin Brownlee comes to the rescue of struggling Ginebra

Brgy. Ginebra has had enough of Charles Garcia. After a 1-3 start in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup, the Gin Kings are bringing back old reliable and two-time champion Justin Brownlee to the fold. Brownlee, coming of a championship stint in the ABL, will play for Ginebra after the All-Star break. Agent Sheryl Reyes, who represents Brownlee, confirmed the development on Monday. Mga ka barangay it’s official Justin Brownlee is back ... ginebra’s import once again .. watch him next game woot woot #teamreyes pic.twitter.com/xkdEWipwrx — Sheryl Sanchez Reyes (@FemaleAgentSR) May 21, 2018 With Garcia, the Gin Kings struggled out of the break, losing their first two games. Sunday against Phoenix, Garcia didn't even finish the game after fouling out in the middle of the fourth period. Ginebra lost in double overtime. Garcia scored 19 points and grabbed 18 rebounds vs. the Fuel Masters but Ginebra's lack of team success is glaring. Meanwhile, Brownlee has played three conferences for Ginebra, leading the team to back-to-back Governors' Cup titles. The Gin Kings were the no. 1 seed in last year's Commissioner's Cup before falling in the semis.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 21st, 2018Related News

PBA: Missed go-ahead layup not the main issue, says Japeth

Down 16 at the half, 46-30, Japeth Aguilar could have sealed another comeback win for the Barangay Ginebra Gin Kings.  The power forward got a pass from Scottie Thompson, drove to the hoop for a wide-open shot, and missed a point-blank layup that would have put the Gin Kings up 94-92 with about three seconds left in the first overtime. Instead, Phoenix got the miss, but was not able to win at the buzzer and needed five more minutes to get the much-needed win. Aguilar did not sulk on the missed point-blank shot, instead focused on the bigger picture. "You know, it happens. Nagmintis ako. Pero, it's not even the issue eh. May mga chances kami in the second overtime. I thought we had some good looks but we didn't convert and had some crucial turnovers. We kept falling behind, then we're playing catchup," the Aguilar said after the game. The 6'9 forward revealed that coach Tim Cone had put them through intensive training during the long layoff, which the player called as "hell week" to manage and try to straighten their kinks. In the upcoming week, Aguilar's hands are full since he is part of the Luzon All-Star squad and the Gilas selection for the Visayas and Mindanao match-ups. He also admits that he is still getting used to his new designation as a swingman, as part of the three towers Cone fields in the game, along with import Charles Garcia and Greg Slaughter.  I'm on the post, then the guys will just move around. Gotta cut, so ayun. Yung exciting part, you look, I gotta look at it as a challenge, you know to add something in my game."   __   Follow this writer on Twitter, @philipptionary.       .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 20th, 2018Related News

Nadal and Djokovic to renew rivalry in Italian Open semis

By Andrew Dampf, Associated Press ROME (AP) — Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic will renew their rivalry in the Italian Open semifinals — and three-time Rome champion Maria Sharapova also reached the last four Friday. Nadal, who holds a record seven titles at the Foro Italico, overcame a poor first set and a partisan crowd to beat Fabio Fognini 4-6, 6-1, 6-2. Then, four-time Rome winner Djokovic rallied past Kei Nishikori 2-6, 6-1, 6-3. Nadal and Djokovic have played each other 50 times but their last meeting came more than a year ago, when Nadal won in the Madrid Open semifinals. "Tomorrow is going to be the ultimate challenge on clay," Djokovic said. "Beating Rafa is a really difficult thing to do on this surface. But, I've done it before." Djokovic leads Nadal 26-24 overall, but Nadal holds a 15-7 advantage on clay. Nadal can replace Roger Federer at No. 1 if he lifts the Rome trophy for the first time since 2013. Federer is sitting out the clay season to prepare for Wimbledon, where he will bid for a record-extending 21st Grand Slam title. Djokovic, who is returning from a persistent right elbow injury, hadn't reached a semifinal since before Wimbledon last year. "This is what I was looking forward to," Djokovic said. "This is what I was hoping to achieve." In the other half of the draw, defending champion Alexander Zverev extended his winning streak to 12 matches with a 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 victory over ninth-seeded David Goffin. He'll meet Australian Open finalist Marin Cilic, who beat 10th-seeded Pablo Carreno Busta 6-3, 6-3. Sharapova required more than three hours to eliminate last year's French Open winner, Jelena Ostapenko, 6-7 (6), 6-4, 7-5; and defending champion Elina Svitolina defeated Angelique Kerber 6-4, 6-4 for her sixth straight victory over the former No. 1 player. Svitolina will next face 26th-ranked Anett Kontaveit of Estonia, who beat Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki 6-3, 6-1. Sharapova's semifinal opponent will be Simona Halep, who advanced with a 6-2, 6-3 win over Caroline Garcia that ensures she will keep the No. 1 ranking for another week. Djokovic has now won 12 straight matches over Nishikori and the Japanese player didn't help his cause when he landed an easy overhead into the net early in the third set. Still, it remained tight with long rallies until the end. "It was a fantastic match," Djokovic said. "We went toe to toe until the last point." Fans were decidedly behind Fognini, Italy's top player, and Nadal was under pressure when Fognini won five straight games to cancel out a 4-1 deficit and win the opening set. "He played aggressive, a great level of tennis, creating a lot of winners and taking balls earlier," Nadal said. "I felt the pressure a little bit and played a couple of bad games." But Fognini couldn't keep up with Nadal's consistency and heavy topspin on the red clay court and eventually was physically worn down. "I tried to play more with my forehand and when I play aggressive with my forehand the backhand becomes better," said Nadal, who sat out earlier this season with right knee and hip injuries. "It's important to be able to change the tactics of the match." Fognini had tape applied under his left knee while trailing 3-2 in the third set due to a physical problem that has bothered him for weeks. "The first set lasted more than an hour," Fognini said. "It's him that causes the problem." While the result meant it was now 42 years since an Italian man last won the tournament — Adriano Panatta in 1976 — Fognini was still applauded as he walked off of the court. Nadal joined in the applause for Fognini......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 19th, 2018Related News

Work key to long life, says Mexican who may be world s oldest man

CIUDAD JUÁREZ, Mexico – You wouldn't know it watching him take care of his chickens on the family farm, but according to his birth certificate and official Mexican ID, Manuel Garcia Hernandez is 121 years old. Garcia, who may just be the world's oldest man, was born on 24 December ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsMay 18th, 2018Related News

Provincial Tourism dinepensa ang mga resort owners’ vs DENR

Virac, Catanduanes – Mistulang dinepensa ni Provincial Tourism Officer Carmel Garcia ang mga resorts owners na sinasabing nag-ooperate na walang kaukulang valid permit mula sa DENR. Sa panayam ng Radyo Peryodiko, sinabi ni Garcia na dapat noon pa nasita ng DENR ang mga ito dahil isa ito sa mga basic requirements sa pag-aplay ng business […].....»»

Source: Bicolperyodiko BicolperyodikoCategory: NewsMay 17th, 2018Related News

Spieth headlines as hometown Byron Nelson changes venues

By Schuyler Dixon, Associated Press DALLAS (AP) — Jordan Spieth didn't try to sell his peers on joining him at a new links-style course for the 50th anniversary of his hometown AT&T Byron Nelson tournament. The three-time major winner says he was honest when asked over the past year about the undulating layout, with no trees or water hazards, on what used to be a landfill a few miles south of downtown Dallas. The fields weren't great the past decade at the TPC Four Seasons resort in suburban Irving, the tournament's home for 35 years. The return to Dallas at Trinity Forest Golf Club, named for the 6,000 acres of thick trees surrounding the course, didn't do much to change that, at least for now. "The most common question is, 'What's it like?'" Spieth said. "Pretty vague question but, you know, I say it's very different. These are my words: It's really fun as a member, as a change-of-pace kind of golf club." Spieth (No. 3) and ninth-ranked Hideki Matsuyama, making his Nelson debut Thursday, are the only players from the world top 10 in the field. Sergio Garcia, the Nelson winner two years ago and 2017 Masters champ, is next at 14th. Whether it's scheduling, losing the amenities of a resort or facing an unfamiliar brand of PGA Tour golf, most of the big names are staying away. Billy Horschel admitted he probably wouldn't be at the course co-designed by Ben Crenshaw if he weren't the defending champion. "Look, most people just don't like different, do they?" asked Adam Scott, the 2008 Nelson champ playing the event for the first time in six years. "This is just different than what we normally roll out and play." Wind will determine the difficulty on the par-71 layout. Thursday is supposed to be calm, with winds expected to pick up Friday and Saturday into the 20 mph range — a number Geoff Ogilvy used a threshold for things getting "interesting." "You have to ask Jordan or the members who play out here into crazy winds because I haven't seen it yet," Ogilvy said. "Nothing to stop the wind. Pretty exposed place." Spieth is talking up the par-3 No. 17 because of a green with a large mound through the middle that Crenshaw says was the natural part of the landscape. A double green for the third and 11th holes is billed as the largest on an 18-hole course in North America. The short par-4 fifth will be one to watch because it's easily reachable off the tee — especially with a prevailing south wind — and easily could be a big source of trouble. The finishing hole on each nine is a par-4 of more than 500 yards. "Like everything here in the U.S., the greens are bigger, the fairways are bigger, but it's the closest thing you can get to a links course," said Garcia, who is from Spain. "It's an American links course." A day after Horschel won the last Nelson at the Four Seasons, his wife went public on social media with her struggles with alcoholism. Horschel had made a vague reference to personal issues after winning. A year later, he raves about the response he and his wife received. He is coming off a win last month in New Orleans and is dealing with not having the data he would prefer to create a game plan for Trinity Forest. "I've been saying it may be a touch easier to defend at a new course because except for maybe a handful, two handfuls of players that play this course a little bit, everyone is on an even level playing ground," Horschel said. "We're all trying to figure it out." Spieth's first splash in pro golf came as a 16-year-old amateur at the Nelson in 2010, when he tied for 16th. That remains his best finish, which is another reason he's excited about the venue change. He believes his peers will come around. Ogilvy, who showed an interest in the project from its earliest stages, agrees. "I think this course will stand the test of time," he said. "People will enjoy it every year they play it more and more. Getting guys out of their comfort zone I think is a good thing." If Spieth ever decides to make a sales pitch, he might have a partner......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 17th, 2018Related News

Garcia determined to help Marseille win 2nd European trophy

By Jerome Pugmire, Associated Press LYON, France (AP) — Marseille coach Rudi Garcia is determined to help Marseille continue what he calls its "fantastic love affair" with European football. Marseille remains the only French side to win the Champions League, back in 1993, and will be playing in its fifth European final when they take on Atletico Madrid for the Europa League trophy on Wednesday. "This year we're celebrating the 25th anniversary of being the first French side to win the Champions League. Now we have a fantastic chance to become the first to win the Europa League," Garcia said Tuesday at a news conference. "We're lucky to be at Marseille, a club which has a fantastic love affair with Europe dating back to the 1990s." Marseille reached its first European final in 1991 when it lost the then-European Cup title game on penalties to Red Star Belgrade, at a time when it was owned by the exuberant Bernard Tapie and had the clout to attract some of the best players in the world. "Today we can go down in history and leave an even bigger mark on this club," Marseille midfielder Dimitri Payet said. "I think the expectation level in Marseille and across the country is extraordinary and our motivation comes from that." Marseille also lost UEFA Cup finals — as the Europa League was formerly known — in 1999 and 2004. But the balance is considerably in Atletico's favor now. Atletico boasts far more seasoned players than Marseille, having won the Europa League in 2010 and 2012 and losing the Champions League final to Real Madrid in 2014 and 2016. "We know experience is on their side. They came into the competition from the Champions League and we came through the Europa League playoffs," Garcia said. "We have more young players who aren't used to these big occasions. It's better to stay calm and not to play the match in our heads ahead of time." Garcia is urging his players to forget Atletico's tag as favorites, and seize the moment. "Maybe our salvation tomorrow will be that everything comes down to one match," he said. "It's been shown before that anything's possible.".....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 16th, 2018Related News

Atletico s Simeone: Stopping Payet key to EL final win

By Jerome Pugmire, Associated Press LYON, France (AP) — Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone knows his team must find a way to stop Marseille playmaker Dimitri Payet in Wednesday's Europa League final. Payet is the French league's best passer and helped lead Marseille to its first European final for 14 years, with three goals and seven assists in the competition. So while Simeone highlighted multiple attacking threats in this Marseille team, he clearly views Payet as the most dangerous. "Payet will set the pace according to how he sees the game. He will be dictating the pace of his team with his play-making," Simeone said Tuesday at a news conference. "Of course their free kicks and corners are dangerous, but they have many more weapons. Their full backs are also very dangerous." While Madrid boasts big-name forwards in Antoine Griezmann and Diego Costa, not to mention Fernando Torres and Kevin Gameiro on the bench, Marseille does not have a recognized top-class striker. Instead, a large chunk of the goals come from winger Florian Thauvin — 26 in all competitions — while the rest are shared around. Marseille coach Rudi Garcia hailed Atletico as having the best defense in Spain, and is counting on Payet to breach it. Payet thinks he knows how to. "As is the case with any defense which plays so close together, we're going to have to move the ball around very quickly in tight spaces. But I think we have the attacking quality to do so," the France international said. "We're going to have to be very efficient because a team likes this does not give you many chances. We're going to have to take them." Atletico are viewed as the favorites in this game, in part because of their recent big-game experience. Atletico won the Europa League in 2010 and 2012 but lost Champions League finals to Real Madrid in 2014 and 2016. Marseille is the only French side to have won the Champions League in 1993, but since then has lost twice in the UEFA Cup final, as the Europa League was formerly known. But Marseille may have an advantage in playing just a three-hour drive away in Lyon, with up to 15,000 of its fans expected to make the trip. "I want my players be calm. As we approach the game, the emotions rise and rise," Simeone said. "The winning and losing experiences we had in the past will help. ... We have to try and impose our style of play and take the game in the direction we want. We are similar teams so I think it will be a tense and high-pressured game. Both teams are very pragmatic and play a similar style. We're also strong on free kicks." Simeone is known for being very close to his players, but he'll have to keep his distance on Wednesday. He was banned from the touchline by UEFA earlier this month after being sent to the stands at Arsenal in the first leg of their semifinal in London. Simeone was charged with insulting a match official and improper conduct. But he has full faith in assistant coach German Burgos, and considers his Argentine countryman almost like a kindred spirit. Simeone went as far as to say their understanding is close to telepathic. "I'm very close to German. We've known each other all our lives and we have a similar vision of football," Simeone said. "What's going through his mind is doubtlessly going through mine. I have complete confidence in him." Even though their coach will not be encouraging them from the sidelines, the players are ready. "We'll give everything to win," center half Diego Godin said. "Our legs, our heads, our hearts.".....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 16th, 2018Related News

PBA: Aces stop TNT for third straight win

ANTIPOLO CITY, Rizal --- Alaska's winning streak continues at the expense of TNT. The Aces rolled to their third straight victory in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup, stopping the KaTropa, 110-100, Sunday at the Ynares Center here. Alaska improved to 3-1 in the standings, tied with TNT at the top. "I didn't expect that," head coach Alex Compton said as the Aces led by as many as 25 points in the fourth period, 92-67. "I got a little scared at the end but I was very happy with our defensive energy," he added. Vic Manuel's mid-season tear continues, leading Alaska with 29 points and 12 rebounds. This is the second time in three games that the Manuel has set a new PBA career high in points. He scored 27 against Blackwater and 26 vs. Columbian. Import Antonio Campbell was also impressive, finishing with 23 points and 20 rebounds for the Aces. Against one of the league's best offenses, Alaska actually matched TNT on offense, firing 34 points right in the opening period with Campbell leading the way. The Aces then pulled away for good in the second quarter and mostly just the KaTropa at bay in the second half. Five players scored in double figures for TNT with Jayson Castro leading the crew with 18 points and six assists. Terrence Romeo was right behind with 17 markers and eight dimes. Import Jeremy Tyler added 16 points but only three came in the second half. The Scores:   ALASKA 110 — Manuel 29, Campbell 23, Casio 10, Abueva 9, Banchero 8, Racal 8, Enciso 7, Magat 7, Thoss 5, Teng 4, Baclao 0, Exciminiano 0, Potts 0. TNT 100 — Castro 18, Romeo 17, Tyler 16, Rosario 15, Cruz 10, Pogoy 9, Semerad 5, Trollano 5, Reyes 3, Paredes 2, Carey 0, Garcia 0, Golla 0, Saitanan 0. Quarters: 34-26, 59-43, 85-67, 110-100.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 13th, 2018Related News