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Class ‘94 stays at No.1 as ‘95, ‘70 remain ahead

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Class ‘94 stays at No.1 as ‘95, ‘70 remain ahead

Friday, January 12, 2018

CLASS of 1994, 1995, and 1970 held on to the top spots in their respective brackets after Day 8 in the ongoing 2017-2018 NOHSAAI Bowling Festival for Unity hosted by NOHS Class 1993 at Negros Super Lanes in Bacolod City.

Batch ‘94 pinned down a triple score of 429-490-543 to tally 1,462 on hits by Toto Flores, Katoy Deocadez, Joms Sevilla, Jen Jamora, and Jolores Pabon in Bracket A.

Running second C’ 97 (1,447) trailed by 58 pfs while C’ 85 stayed at third (1,431) followed by C’ 66 (1,438), and C’96 and 2000up were tied at no.5 (1,432 and 1,502).

In other brackets, C’ 95 registered one of its lowest scores but had enough buffer for the twice-to-beat advantage with a 413-441-448 (1,302) series in Bracket B as C’ 70 fortified its lead with 448-468-434 (1,350) in Bracket C.

Completing the top five in each bracket: C’94 - 4,507; C’ 97 - 4,459; C’ 85 - 4,417; C’ 66 - 4,412; C’ 96 and 2000up - 4,327 in Bracket A; C’ 95 - 4,324; C’ 99 - 4,301; C’ 89 - 4,230; C’ 87 - 4,199; C’ 80 - 4,177 in “B”; and C’ 70 - 4,052; C’86 - 4,010; C’88 - 3,994; C’67 - 3,927; C’ 92 - 3,871.

The five-man bowlfest is headed by director Alex Fantilanan of C’ 93 under the leadership of incoming Silver Jubilee alumni over-all chairman Citoy Taño.

Games resumes Saturday, January 13 at 5 p.m. (HGD)

Published in the SunStar Bacolod newspaper on January 12, 2018.

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