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DLNHS '75 leads finalists
in inter-school bowling tilt

Elimination phase top gunner DLNHS Bounty Hunters '75 will lead nine other teams in the premiere division when the championship rounds of the 4 th Inter-school Bowl Fest for Unity 2016 start tomorrow, 4 p.m. at the Negros Super Lanes and Billiard Entertainment Center in Bacolod City.

The NOHS '97 Unpredicta Bowls , on the other hand, will lead the pack in Bracket B five-round final.

Spearheading the Bounty Hunters campaign are Joe Banguiran and Rey Gargar, whose leadership effectively took the team to the top against 21 other competitors with 7,862 points.

Out to challenge the DLNHS '75 in the five-game championship round are BCHS '74 Conquerors, NOHS Alley Gators, St. Joseph Shieldz, BCHS '79 Tigers, NOHS '99 Under Dogs, NOHS '90 Suenos Spa, Davies Pinbusters, Expenda Bowls, and BCNHS '81 Avengers.

Competing in Bracket B with NOHS '97 are NOHS '80 Cowboys, BCHS '73 Warriors, NOHS '87 Cat Strikers, Tay Tung High School, DLNHS 77/78 Strikers, NOHS '83 Palawud, The Poker, NOHS '85 Great Friends, The Beginners, BCNHS '84 Bowlcoholic, and Lacsonian Bowl Shooters.

The NOHS '99 Underdogs holds the record in the team highest single and triple with 583 and 1,656.

The individual record holders are Essho Garcia (Alleygators) in the men's highest pinning with 95; Romulo Ramos (St. Joseph), and Arman Chavez (BCHS Tigers) in single and triple with 145 and 374 each.

In the women's category, Karen Khubchand (Tay Tung) in pinning with 95, while Josel Balontong (Unpredict Bowls) and Carmen Romales (BCHS Conquerors) in single and triple with 135 and 370 points, respectively.* HLG



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