The Negros Occidental High School Batch ‘94/90 Combined clinched the No. 1 spot in the premiere division, while Bacolod City High School and NOHS Class ’85 did it in bracket B and C as the Triangular Bowl Fest for Unity 2018 kicked off at the Negros Super Lanes in Bacolod City.
Spearheaded by Toto Flores and Michael Corral, the powerhouse NOHS Batch ‘94/90 squad rolled a game-high 1,587 pin falls to lead seven other teams in Class A division.
NOHS ’95 Mixed Team trailed them with 1,557 followed by BCNHS ’81 and BCHS C’73 with 1,487 and 1,464 apiece.
BCHS C’74 is leading the pack in bracket B with 1,456, while NOHS ’85 in category C with 1,521.
Completing the top four teams in category B are NOHS ’87, 1,449; BCNHS ’84, 1,437, and NOHS ’83, 1,436.
Lined up with NOHS ’85 in class C department are BCNHS ’85, 1,404; DLNHS ’77, 1,399, and NOHS ‘92/96, 1,371.
After 5-scheduled bracketing finals, the No.1 team in each group will enjoy a twice-to-beat advantage in the final showdown on July 7.
This 5-man duckpin event is organized by a group of volunteers from the three biggest high school alumni association headed by Noela Borja with committee members Glori Libo-on and Rowena Juarez.
Meanwhile, the 1 st Fuloubel Duckpin Open Trio Bowling Tournament will resume 6 p.m. tonight at the same venue.
Kami Mga Hubin Bowling Team is leading with 5,865, while BCY I occupied the second position with 5,819.
Apollo Restaurant Team and Davies are third and fourth with 5,806 and 5,786.
Fifth and sixth placers are BCY 2 and Silverado with 5,662 and 5,624 each
Kami Mga Hubin 2 posted 5,512; Color Ideas, 5,490; RBY/Retirado, 5,223, and Center Line, 5,344.
In the individual contest, Hernand Garciniego of Silverado established the pinning mark with 95 erasing the old record set by Essho Garcia of KMH of 94.
KMH bet Raymund Galvan and Steve Ramos of Apollo booked the highest triple and single record with 399 and 152, respectively.*HLG
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