DIFFERENT martial arts styles will be showcased when the Smokers fight-organized 2014 Mindanao Martial Arts Expo will kick off at 8 a.m. on August 10, Saturday, at the Garden Oases Convention Center, Davao City.
DEAFENING roars and applause from hundreds of spectators greeted hometown favorite Davao City National High School (DCNHS) after upstaging Visayan Village-Tagum, 25-22, 19-25, 18-25, 26-24, 15-13 in a thrilling 1st Pinay National Volleyball League-Davao leg championship clash at the Almendras Gym Davao City Recreation Center late Thursday afternoon.
City High spikers became emotional having pulled off the hard-fought win against their arch-rivals whom they played with in Shakey's V-League, Batang Pinoy-Mindanao, Milo and Batang Pinoy National.
WHILE the territorial dispute over West Philippine Sea is still going on, Filipinos Dennis Orcollo, Lee Vann Corteza, Carlo Biado and Rubilen Amit wiped out a loaded China 1 team, 4-0, yesterday to earn a finals berth in the 2014 World Pool Team Championship at Tongzhou Luhe High School in Beijing, China.
The Philippines' feat came on the heels of stunning defending champion Chinese Taipei, 4-2, late Thursday evening.
THE Davao Football Association (DFA) U12 Boys Grassroots Tournament opens today at the Tionko field.
Ateneo de Davao University collides with Southpoint School at 7:30 a.m. in Group A while Lasang FC battles Catalunan Grande at 8:30 a.m. in Group B. The Hyenas FC and Black Knights FC clash against each other in Group C at 9:30 a.m.
THE Mayor Rody&Vice Mayor PulongDuterteKadayawan Class A Doubles Tennis Championships will get underway on August 9, 10 and 17 at the Las Terrazas Subdivision Indoor tennis courts in Maa, Davao City.
This was bared to Sun.Star Davao by Philippine Tennis Association (Philta) regional vice-president Juanito "Titong" Cansino, Jr. yesterday.
SOME 4,000 participants are expected when the 2014 Fun Run: Run for the Future hits the road at 5 a.m. on August 9 in an out-and-back course from Jose Maria College (JMC), Buhangin.
DXRD sales and marketing officer Grace Trinidad, who guested at the Davao Sportswriters Association (DSA) Fourm held at NCCC Mall B3 Center on Thursday, said they hope to exceed last year's turnout.
A TOTAL of 75 tankers will vie for honors as the 1st All-Ateneo Swimming Championships plunges into action at 8 a.m. tomorrow, Saturday, at the Fr. Rodolfo Malasmas, S.J. Swimming Pool of Ateneo de Davao University-Matina Campus.
This was bared by Addu Aquatics Program head and swimming coach Rose Rodriguez during Thursday's Davao Sportswriters Association (DSA) Forum at the NCCC Mall B3 Center.
HIGHLY-touted Team Philippines cruised through the quarter-finals after crushing Indonesia, 4-0, in the Round of 16 of the 2014 World Pool Team Championship at the Tongzhou Luhe High School in Beijing, China Thursday, July 31.
TODAY's edition of the Davao Sportswriters Association (DSA) Forum will tackle several topics at the NCCC Mall Davao B3 Center at 10:30 a.m. Guests are Ryan Lazaga of Keepers Club International Davao and Grace Trinidad of DXRD Sonshine Radio; Ateneo de Davao University swimming coach Rose Rodriguez; Nell Jone Astudillo of American Bushido Kai Karate (Abka), Marco Cenojas of Cenojas Mixed Martial Arts (CCMA), FrazPasquil and Trent Pruett of DMA Crossfit.
VIC Pusod hit a total of 235 pinfalls after two games to clinch the class A title of the recently-concluded Sunday Bowlers Club (SBC) Bowler of the Month tournament at the Fair Lanes Bowling Center.
Jimmy Sia garnered 230 while MadzLauro rolled 229 pins for the second and third spots, respectively.
LARRY Diaz and Evan Ricarse topped their respective categories at the close of the MDSAI 6th Anniversary Shoot at Camp Quintin M. Mercado Shooting Range, Police Regional Office, Catitipan, Davao City.
Seasoned Diaz captured the three star full size (FS) .45 single stock (SS) category title while Ricarse emerged champion in two star FS .45 SS event over Richard Macaraeg, Bryan Somozo and Edwin Garcia who occupied the next three places.
MAYOR Rody Duterte Cycling Team member Eric Dhave Apinar finished seventh overall in the recently-concluded 23-under category of the Velodrome Cycling Challenge at Amoranto Sports Complex in Quezon City, Tuesday.
Apinar, in a phone interview with Sun.Star Davao, said his ranking was based on his performances in 1K time trial and pursuit categories.
THE Assumption College of Davao (ACD) grabbed its second straight win by escaping past Pablo Lorenzo National High School (PLNHS), 25-20,8-25,25-18, in the resumption of the 1st Philippine Sports Commission(PSC)-Pinay National Volleyball League-Davao leg eliminations at the Almendras Gym Davao City Recreation Center Wednesday.
ACD, thus, improved to a 2-1 card. It lost its first game opposite Visayan Village-Tagum City.
MARLON Cabanata clinched the open title of the just-concluded 2014 Calinan Fiesta Chess Tournament held at Calinan Park, Tuesday.
Cabanata tallied 11 points in the 13-round competition, besting William Repalda and Andrian John Yap who placed second and third, respectively. Repalda earned 10.5 points while Yap had 10.
THE Ateneo de Davao University and Mintal National High School beat their respective rivals to draw first blood in the recent opener of the Davao Football Association Inter-High School Tournament at the Tiongko Field.
HIGHLY-touted Sakya Football Club and SOS Football Club (FC) secured convincing wins against their respective rivals to extend win-streak to three as the She Futsal League resumed Sunday at the SM Lanang Premier Parking Lot C.
Sakya FC toyed with Ateneo B, 26-0, behind the goals of Nikita Yee, Paula Elises, Jasper Joy Cabisong, Zulieka Yee, Sofia Paredes and Moira Calizo.
THE Visayan Village-Tagum spikers cruised past Sta. Ana National High School (SANHS), 25-11, 25-20 to grab their straight win in yesterday's resumption of the 1st Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) Pinay National Volleyball League-Davao leg at the Almendras Gym Davao City Recreation Center.
Tagum team captain May Duna and her teammates combined efforts to score 14 of their 25 points from their set-up attacks, taking advantage of Sta. Ana's series of crucial errors at the start of the first set.
TEAM Philippines soared to its second straight win by beating USA, 4-2, on Day 2 of the 2014 World Pool Team Championship at the Tongzhou Luhe High School in Beijing, China on Tuesday, July 29.
USA took a 6-2 win in men's 8-ball single but Philippines answered back, 6-3, in men's 8-ball double and an 8-7 triumph in men's 9-ball single to take a 2-1 lead.
THE City Hall Executive Oldies weathered a fiery late surge by the Association of Barangay Captains (ABC) to pull off a, 73-70, win in Game 2 of the 3rd Conference best-of-seven series Monday night at the Almendras Gym Davao City Recreation Center.
The Executive Oldies held off a big last minute run by the ABC that wiped out their 14 points lead in the final minutes and overcame a poor critical free-throw shots in closing to take a 2-0 series lead.
LOUD Cheers from the spectators and tight hugs were exchanged on the court as underdog Purple squad cruised past the top-seeded Yellow, 47-40, to capture the championship title of the Davao City Foursquare Gospel Church Basketball Tournament at the Montaña gymanisium over the weekend.
VETERANS Emar Bartolo and Judelyn Miranda lorded over their respective rivals to crown themselves men's and women's 10K champions of the NCCC HB1 Fun Run held in an out-and-back course from NCCC Mall Davao Parking Lot A Sunday.
Bartolo, who clocked 34 minutes and 26 seconds, received a cash prize of P2,500 as he raced past Arnie Macañeras (34:51) and Gilbert Maluyo (36:10) who placed second and third, respectively. Macañeras pocketed P2,000 while Maluyo got P1,500.
THE Davao City National High School (DCNHS) and Visayan Village-Tagum grabbed two wins each at the start of the 1st Philippine Sports Commission (PSC)-Pinay National Volleyball League-Davao leg at the Almendras Gym Davao City Recreation Center over the weekend.
DCNHS spanked Holy Cross College of Sasa, 25-10, 25-7, behind team captain Lycha Crisanto Ebon and teammates Nichole Sasuman, Khem Consencino, Jessa Monteposo, George Loreto and Mika Crisanto.
CITY Hall Executives and IBP-Davao cruised past their respective foes on Saturday to share the top spot of the standing in the 2014 CMO-IBP Basketball Tournament at the Hall of Justice Covered Court in Ecoland.
The Executives turned back Judiciary, 88-73, while IBP-Davao nipped BJMP, 98-87, to notch their second straight victory in as many games.
THIRTEEN teams graced the opening rites of the 1st Philippine Sports Commission (PSC)-Pinay National Volleyball League at the Almendras Gym and Recreation Center on Sunday.
UNIVERSITY of Philippines and SOS Children's Village Girls teams dropped their respective losing streaks as both clubs reaped their first wins in the resumption of the SHE Futsal League at the SM Lanang Premier Parking Lot C over the weekend.
The Diane Cosare-led SOS Girls toppled the third-ranked Ateneo team A, 7-2, as Cosare netted four goals for her side, while teammates Jessa Malate and Michelle Danton accounted for two and one goals, respectively.
CITY HALL Executives and IBP-Davao cruised past their respective foes on Saturday to share the top spot of the standing in the 2014 CMO-IBP Basketball Tournament at the Hall of Justice Covered Court in Ecoland.
The Executives turned back Judiciary, 88 – 73, while IBP-Davao nipped BJMP, 98 – 87, to notch their second straight victory in as many games.
DAVAO CITY National High School stamped its class against the Holy Cross College of Sasa, two sets to none, in the first ever Philippine Sports Commission Pinay National Volleyball League Sunday at the DCRC Almendras Gym, this city.
HCCS buckled down, 25-10, to a smashing start employed by the DCNHS first six of Lycha Crisanto Ebon, Nicole Sasuman, Khem Consencino, Jessa Monteposo, setter Georgie Loreto and Libero Mika Crisanto. Holy Cross made a more gallant stand in the second set to no avail, 25-17.
THE father and son tandem of Manny Nierra and Manuel Nierra II reaped top honors in their respective categories in the just-concluded Blue Knight Classic Tenpin Open held at NCCC Mall B3 entertainment center Friday evening.
Manny toppled a total of 2,128 pinfalls after 10 games to emerge champion in the open division. He pocketed a cash prize of P10,000 while runner-up Sammy Talaboc received P6,000 and third-placer Diane Galendez got P4,000. Talaboc garnered 2,093 pinfalls while Galendez scored 2,037.
FOURTH-RANKED DDS Hinex Football Club (FC) grabbed its first win at last after three outings by whipping the SOS Children's Village Girls, 13-6, in the resumption of the She Futsal League at SM Lanang Premier Parking Lot C, Friday.
DDS Hinex booter Sanaa Jikiri netted five of her nine goals in the second half to fuel a decisive rally to earn the win. Teammate Maria Concordo added two goals in the 10th and 39th minutes while Krista Villa-Abrille and Thea Bautista accounted for one goal each.
SIXTEEN-year-old Darius Joseph "Jed" Ramos Diamante learned the ropes of football when he was six. He's been to 10 to international competitions, either representing Philippines or the Makati Football Club, won eight MVP titles, played team captain for 37 times and steered his teams to numerous championships since then.
Jed was recently hailed amateur awardee of the Clear Dream Match under Team James (Younghusband) that went on to win the championship. He also just became a MILO brand ambassador, with his image playing football now on MILO packaging.