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Bacolod City, Philippines Saturday, January 19, 2019
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Galvan, Uy lead NOHS
Master Bowler hopefuls

 

Raymund Galvan of Batch ‘2000-Up and Class ’73 bet Lea Uy emerged as the top qualifier in the battle of the top 10 bowlers of the Negros Occidental High School Inter-class Alumni Bowling Tournament scheduled on Jan.23 at the Negros Super Lanes in Bacolod City.

The event is hosted by Batch ’94 headed by tournament chairman Joemarie Sevilla.

Galvan topped the men’s division with an averaged of 111.90 per game, while Uy did it in the women’s side with 100.90

The other contenders for the master’s title in the men’s category are Felipe Boy Romero Jr. (Class ’73); Edgar Vargas (Class ’85); Essho Garcia (Batch ’95); Hernand Garciniego (Class ’73), Iran Pielago (Class ’85); Peter Deocadiz (Batch ’94); Toto Flores (Batch ’94); Bonnie Balontong (Batch ’95), and Noli Ortiz (Class ’83).

Challenging Uy in the distaff bracket are Maribel Morales (Batch ’92); Jozel Balontong (Batch ’97); Mildred Coleongco (Class ’65); Veronica Baylon (Batch ’98); Jennifer Jamora (Batch ’94); Ann Dayot (Class ’82); Madz Dayap (Batch ‘2000-up), Nene Tonogbanua (Class ’83), and Grace Mangubat (Class ’83).

Joemar Baylon of Batch ’99 record in the men’s highest pinning is intact at 97 pin falls, while Raymund Galvan (Batch ‘2000-Up) and Peter Deocadiz (Batch ’94) hold the highest single and triple with 178 and 366 each.

In the women’s division, Jozel Balontong (Batch ’97) highest pinning record is untouched at 95.

Nene Tonogbanua (Class ’83) and Veronica Baylon (Batch ’99) still hold the highest single and triple mark with 143 and 338 pin falls, respectively.

Meanwhile, the team competition will resume today at 5:30.

With one more scheduled game remaining, Class ’85 is leading in the premiere division, while Batch ’95 and Batch ’90 took the driver seat in the bracket B and C category.

Championship is scheduled on Jan.26.*HLG

 

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