Running guru in Davao for series of talks on Sept.3

In line with the adidas King of Davao Run on September 4, RunClub has
invited one of Manila’s running gurus, Hector Yuzon to give a series of talks
on September 3 (Saturday) from 3:30-5PM. Yuzon will be at RunClub Davao
to talk about training regimes for half and full marathon.

Yuzon is a well-known ultra-marathoner who started running seriously
early in 2000. Yuzon and his group started with mountain biking. He liked
the endurance sport triathlon when he and his friends registered for a
sprint distance triathlon event to test themselves. From then on, Yuzon got
hooked to running and took it off seriously. Yuzon has become a popular
name in conducting running clinics and talks on running footwear and
equipment. He is one of the select Filipino runners who got qualified for the
2010 LA marathon.

Aside from being an active runner, Yuzon regularly blogs about running
and also is a long time contributor to the Pinoy Ultra Runners website. He
used to work for Nike Philippines and is now the president of Manila’s first
running specialty store, Second Wind.

Yuzon’s talks on September 3 is open to participants of adidas King of
Davao Run on limited basis. Only 30 slots are available. It is free and
reservations are on first-come first-serve basis. RunClub is located at Plaza
del Carmen A. Loyola St. Bo. Obrero, Davao City.

For more details, call tel. no. (082) 222-8-RUN (222-8786). Or email at
runclubdvo@gmail.com.

adidas King of Davao Run is brought by RunClub Davao and Sports Town
in partnership with Rancho Palos Verdes Sports & Country Club, Jollibee,
Sunday Runners, Dole Philippines-Stanfilco, Aqualogic, Runner’s World
Magazine, Viva! Mineral Water, MIX FM, Sun Star Davao, Nature’s Spring,
and Pau Liniment.(pr)
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DAPRISA other sports results bared

DAPRISA Result
Damath
Champion                            Bracket A                        SPMSS
                                            Bracket B                        MCLC
                                            Bracket C                        ICSD
First Runner  up                    Bracket A                          DPLC
                                            Bracket B                          SPMSS
                                            Bracket C                          SPMSS
Second Runner  up              Bracket A                          MCLC
                                           Bracket B                           DPLC
                                           Bracket C                          DWA
Cheer Dance  ( Elementary)
 Champion                                                                    Davao Christian Learning Center
First Runner up                                                              MA-A Christian Learning Center
Second Runner up                                                         Davao Wisdom Academy
Cheer Dance ( HighSchool)
Champion                                                                    Davao Wisdom ACademy
First Runner up                                                            Immanuel School of Davao
Second Runner up                                                        St. FRancis Xavier Learning Center
VolleyBall Men High School
Champion                                                                    St. FRancis Xavier Learning Center
First Runner up                                                            Mindanao Christian Foundation College and Seminary
Second Runner up                                                        Colegio De San Ignacio
Third Runner up                                                            Davao Central College
    Special Awards        Best Server                                Ken Arkonsel – CDSI
                                    BEst Setter                                Greg Olea        SFXLC
                                    Best Spiker                                Rangel Quinteros    MCFCS
                                    MVP                                           Karl Reyes        SFXLC
Volley Ball Women High School
Champion                                                                    Thompson Christian School
First Runner up                                                            Mindanao Christian Foundation College and Seminary
Second runner up                                                        Colegio De San Ignacio
Third Runner up                                                            Davao Central College
    Special Awards        Best Server                            Pauline Garcia    CDSI
                                    Best Setter                            Jelha Cladong      MCFCS
                                    Best Spiker                            Louise Patricia Angos TCS
                                    MVP                                    Toni Rose Medel TCS
Volley ball Elementary Girls
Champion                                                                    Doña Pilar Learning Center
First Runner up                                                            Davao Holy Trinity Academy
Second Runner up                                                        Mandug Christian Development and Training Center
    Special; Awards        Best Spiker            Ella Guia Ramirez  DPLC
                                     Best Setter             Hannah Darama MCDTC
                                    Best Server             April Rose Remorosa MCDTC
Volleyball Elem Boys
    Champion                                                                Doña Pilar Learning Center
    First Runner up                                                         Davao Holy Trinity Academy
    Second Runner up                                                    Mandug Christian Development and Training Center
    Special Awards    Best Spiker                Ernest Roland Puno DHTA
                                Best Setter                 Kyle Renzo    Quizo MCDTC
                                Best Server                Steve Michael Gustilo DPLC
Basketball Elementary
Champion                                                                    Precious International School of DAvao
First Runner up                                                            Doña Pilar Learning Center
Second Runner up                                                        Colegio de San Ignacio
Third Runner up                                                            Mindanao Christian College and Seminary
MVP                                           Harvey Concepcion        PISD
Basketball High school
Champion                                                                    Ford Academy
First Runner up                                                            Southern Philippine Polytechnic College
Second runner up                                                        Davao Jones ACademy
Third runner up                                                            Davao Wisdom ACademy
MVP                                            Jhayston Oquias  Ford ACademy
Table Tennis Elem Girls Singles
Champion        CDSI
Table tennis Elem Girls Doubles
Champion     Doña Pilar Learning Center
Table Tennis elem Boys Singles
Champion        CDSI
Table Tennis Elem boys Doubles
Champion CDSI
Table Tennis HS Girls Singles
Champion    Davao Central College
Table Tennis HS Girls Doubles
Champion   ICSI
Table Tennis High school Boys Singles
Champion        Davao Central College
Table Tennis HS Doubles Boys
Champion        Davao Central College
Soccer – Pre school
Champion        Doña Pilar Learning Center Team B
First Runner up  Doña Pilar Learning Center Team A
    Special Award            Best Goal Keeper        Dane Zachary Tamon
                                        Best Striker                Johnee Lee Alicarte
Soccer – 8 under
Champion            Monserrat Camp School De Davao
First Runner up Southpoint School Team A
Second runner up Doña Pilar Learning Center
    Special Award            Best Striker                Vic Andrew Cabatbat Southpoint School
                                      Best Goal Keeper        Lance Dela Peña Monserat
                                      Best Defender             Yassin Tahir Monserat
Soccer 10 under
Champion            Monserrat Camp School De DAvao
First Runner up   Southpoint School Team B
Second Runner up Doña Pilar Learning Center
    Special Award        Best Striker    Mark Anthony Liganda –         Monserrat
                                    Best Goal Keeper  Ryan Jade Gustillo-         Monserrat
                                    Best Defender    Cesar Ian Ramirez              Monserat
Soccer 12 under
Champion                Monserrat Camp School De DAvao
First Runner up        Souhtpoint School
Second runner up    International School Cristian of Davao
    Special Award    MVP        Ricardo Navales    Monserrat
                               Best Goal Keeper        Hernando Jose A. Bernales SPS
                                Best Defender             Jarrell Yamanaka        Monserrat
                                Best Striker                RYU Harina            SPS
|Soccer High School
Champion            Soutpoint School Team A
First Runner up    Monserrat Camp School De Davao
Second Runner up South point School Team B
    Special Awards    MVP             Christian Jonathan Quimpo SPS
                                Best Goal Keeper  GIO Baltazar  SPS
                                Best Striker        Dyrom Abellar Monserrat
                                Best Defender    Leonardo Ola SPS

DAPRISA chess tourney winners at NCCC bared

DAPRISA – Davao Association of Private Schools and Administrators, Inc.
Date of Tournament:  Aug. 25, 2011 (8am-5pm)
Venue: NCCC Mall, Maa, D.C.
Here are the winners of Chess Tournament held at NCCC MALL DAVAO
Elementary Boys Score
Team:
Champion: Mindanao Christian Foundation College and Seminary – 10.5 pts
2nd Place : Doña Pilar Learning Foundation Inc. – 9.5 pts
3rd Place : Collegio de San Ignacio – 7.0 pts
Individual Standing:
Champion: Sarchez, Chrisus Joshua – 5.5 pts
Mindanao Christian Foundation College and Seminary
2nd Place : Varquez, Michael John – 5.0 pts
Doña Pilar Learning Foundation Inc.
 
Sarchez, Chrisus Joseph – 5.0 pts.
Mindanao Christian Foundation College and Seminary
3rd Place : Varquez, Norman James – 4.5 pts
Doña Pilar Learning Foundation Inc.
Elementary Girls Score
Team:
Champion: Davao Central College – 10.0 pts
2nd Place : Doña Pilar Learning Foundation Inc. – 10.0 pts
3rd Place : Davao Holy Trinity – 6.5 pts
Individual Standing:
Champion: Guevarra, Caissa Jane – 6.0 pts
Davao Central College
2nd Place : Varquez, Mary Frances – 5.0 pts
Doña Pilar Learning Foundation Inc.
 
3rd Place : Hernandez, Rhoda Lyn – 5.0 pts
Doña Pilar Learning Foundation Inc.
High School  Boys Score
Team:
Champion: Collegio de San Ignacio – 8.0 pts
2nd Place : Davao Central College – 8.0 pts
3rd Place : Mindanao Christian Foundation College and Seminary – 7.0 pts
Individual Standing:
Champion: Aclo, Wenno Miguel – 6.0 pts
Collegio de San Ignacio
2nd Place : Tabanao, Jose Paolo – 5.0 pts
Davao Central College
3rd Place : Eseo, Neil Jansen – 4.0 pts
Mindanao Christian Foundation College and Seminary
Elementary Girls Score
Team:
Champion: Davao Central College – 12.0 pts
2nd Place : International College of St. Ignatius de Loyola – 7.0 pts
3rd Place : Immanuel School of Davao – 6.0 pts
Individual Standing:
Champion: Villarino, Sugar Grace – 6.0 pts
Davao Central College
Yngayo, Yna Krisha – 6.0 pts
Davao Central College
 
3rd Place : Garces, Christine Mae – 4.0 pts
International College of St. Ignatius de Loyola
 
Prepared by:
Event Information Officer: Rael E. Diaz
Davao Jones Academy
 
Chess Event Coordinator:  Ranel P. Catchucha Chief Arbiter: NA Ronnie M. Tabudlong
Davao Central College Blue Knights Club

Lady Stags survive Eagles, share lead

Army    3       0
SSC     3       0
Ateneo  1       2
Navy    1       2
Air Force       1       2
Maynilad        0       3

Games Thursday
2 p.m. – Navy vs Ateneo
4 p.m. – SSC vs Army

San Sebastian fended off Ateneo’s stubborn stand and escaped with a 25-22, 25-16, 24-26, 27-29, 15-9 victory to notch its third straight win and tie Army at the helm in the quarterfinal round of the Shakey’s V-League Open Conference at The Arena in San Juan, Tuesday.
The Lady Stags drew a whopping 32-hit performance from American import Lauren Ford and a combined 60-point output from five other players as they recovered their bearing in the decider to repulse the Lady Eagles in a thrilling 1:55-hour encounter.
But the scrambling win didn’t augur well for SSC’s preparation for its keenly awaited duel with Army tomorrow when the unbeaten teams duel for the first Final Four berth in the tournament sponsored by Shakey’s Pizza.
Alyssa Valdez unloaded 28 hits while Fille Cainglet added 18 kills as the Eagles battled back from two sets to win the next two, only to fizzle out in the end. They dropped to 1-2 in a three-way tie with Navy and Air Force.
Earlier, Air Force survived a fierce Maynilad fightback in the third set as it completed a 25-17, 25-17, 26-24 victory to bounce into contention.
A timely timeout by Air Force coach Ariel dela Cruz stalled the Water Dragons’ momentum as the Airwomen strung up four straight points to turn a 22-24 deficit into a two-point win with Jennifer Manzano clinching the 70-minute victory for Air Force with a kill after an exchange of spikes.
The win was Air Force’s first after back-to-back losses in the single round quarters as it joined Navy in fourth while dampening Maynilad’s semifinal chances in the league organized by Sports Vision and backed by Accel, Mikasa and Maynilad Water.
Maynilad slid to 0-3 and would need to sweep its last two games against Army and San Sebastian and hope Ateneo, Navy and Air Force not to win more than two games to force a playoff for the last semis berth.
It was sorry loss by the Water Dragons, who showed a big fighting heart in coming back from a big deficit in the third to force a deadlock twice, the last at 22 on a quick play anchored on Nica Guliman.
Syvie Artates then scored on a block off Jennifer Manzano to give Maynilad its first taste of the lead then added a kill for a two-point cushion.
But dela Cruz sued for time and Air Force quickly scored behind Irish Patrona before Amelia Guanco scored off a seemingly soft serve that the Water Dragons had failed to return.
The Airwomen regained the lead at 25-24 on another Patrona attack then after a brief rally, Manzano soared to deliver the clincher.
“We have to focus on our defense and reception if we want to win our last two games,” said Patrona, who emerged the game’s best player with 11 kills and five digs.
The left-handed Aiza Maizo topscored for Air Force with 15 hits, including 14 attacks, while Guanco added nine points and Liza Deramos, Wendy Semana and Manzano combined for 14 hits.
Artates wound up with 11 hits, the same output put in by Mervic Mangui, who starred in Maynilad’s rally in the third with her vicious kills. But top hitter Joy Cases continued to struggle, finishing with just seven hits while Guliman added five points.
Meanwhile, the Air Force-Maynilad match will be aired on Wednesday on NBN 4 starting at 2 p.m. an on GMA-7’s international channels GMA Pinoy TV, GMA LifeTV and GMA News TV, according to the organizing Sports Vision.(pr)

SSC spikers eye semis playoff, lead share

Army    3       0
SSC     2       0
Ateneo  1       1
Navy    1       2
Air Force       0       2
Maynilad        0       2

Games Tuesday
2 p.m. – Maynilad vs Air Force
4 p.m. – Ateneo vs SSC

San Sebastian stakes its win streak against a resurgent Ateneo on Tuesday, looking for a victory and a playoff for a semis berth even as Air Force and Maynilad collide in a virtual knockout in the quarterfinal round of the Shakey’s V-League Open Conference at The Arena in San Juan.
The Lady Stags toppled the Lady Eagles in four in the elims last Aug. 9 and went on pocket four more wins, including two in the quarters that put them just behind fancied Army (3-0) going to the last four playdates of the quarters.
A victory by SSC in the 4 p.m. match will assure the team of at least a playoff for a Final Four seat and a boost to its keenly awaited clash with Army on Thursday.
But Ateneo is also going flat out to get back at SSC for an all-important victory in its own semis bid in the league sponsored by Shakey’s Pizza. At 1-1, the first conference champions are in third but are chased by Navy (1-2) with Air Force and Maynilad still in the hunt despite dropping their first two games in the single round quarters.
Led by the league’s leading scorer American Lauren Ford and Thai Jang Baulee, the Lady Stags have been dishing out fine form although they had to pull off a five-setter over the Navy side last Aug. 25 to preserve their win run in the tournament backed by Accel, Mikasa and Maynilad Water.
But the Lady Eagles will also have to deal with SSC’s other mainstays in Joy Benito and setter Rubie de Leon, top receivers Mary Jane Pepito and Jill Gustilo if they are to stop the Stags and come up with a follow up to their four-set victory over the Maynilad Water Dragons last Sunday.
The Maynilad-Air Force match at 2 p.m. also generates interest with Maynilad’s Joy Cases and PAF’s Aiza Maizo expected to lead their respective teams in net attacks with support to come from Nica Guliman, Mervic Mangui, Syvie Artates and Beverly Boto (Maynilad) and Jennifer Manzano, Liza Deramos, Amelia Guanco and Wendy Semana (Air Force).
Meanwhile, the Army-Air Force game last Sunday will be shown today (Tuesday) starting at 2 p.m. on NBN 4 and on GMA-7’s international channels GMA Pinoy TV, GMA LifeTV and GMA News TV, according to the organizing Sports Vision.(pr)