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PH netters do good in Malaysia

Rupert Ohrelle Tortal and Brent Signmond Cortes defeated John David Velez and Rainier Angelo Selmar, 6-4, 6-0, in the all-Filipino boys’ doubles finals of the 13th Asian Tennis Federation (ATF) 14-Under Series held at the Sarawak Lawn Tennis Association Centre hard courts in Kuching City, Malay­sia on Saturday.

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Bulldogs near PVL title

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Bulldogs near PVL title

National University edged closer to the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference men’s title as it bested University of Santo Tomas, 21-25, 25-23, 25-18, 25-17, yesterday at The Arena in San Juan City.

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St. Joseph out to make an impression

St. Joseph College of Bulacan hopes to make an impression when it debuts against dangerous Diliman College as the 3rd UCBL resumes today at the at the Olivarez gym in Parañaque City.

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Greg’s injury worries Yeng

For the fourth straight time, Greg Slaughter missed another practice of the national team, and Team Pilipinas coach Yeng Guiao is wor­ried that the 7-foot center might not be available against Iran at the start of the fourth window of the FIBA World Cup qualifiers.

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FEU breaks ‘Green’ curse

Far Eastern University finally checked a losing skid on De La Salle University that spanned three years as the Tamaraws came through with a 68-61 victory against the Green Archers in the 81st UAAP men’s basketball tournament yesterday at the Mall of Asia Arena.

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Porter beats Garcia, claims WBC belt

Shawn Por­ter says he doesn’t often make predictions. Maybe he should.

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