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    GINGOOG CITY – Cheered on by their home fans, the host Misamis Oriental Meteors began the formal defense of their Liga Pilipinas National Championship with a heart-stopping 75-73 escape over the MP Warriors of GenSan late Wednesday (September 9) at the Arturo S. Lugod Memorial Sports and Cultural Center to begin the Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III Misamis Oriental Leg.

    Falling behind early, the Meteors of Gov. Oscar Moreno and Coach Jun Noel employed an intense full-court press in the second half that slowly melted away the Warriors’ lead which stood as high as 18 markers in the second period.

    Guard Lyndon Gudez, playing in his second Liga conference, led the winners with 21 points via four triples. Patrick Cabahug, who last played for the Meteors in the Conference I playoffs, returned to the roster and made 13 points. Jonjon Gonzaga paced the Warriors of Manny Pacquiao and Coach Ramon Pido with 17 while Dennis Concha added 12 points and seven rebounds.

    In the first game, the M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu Ninos of Michel J. Lhuillier and Coach Raul “Yayoy” Alcoseba leaned on a Bruce Dacia triple in the waning seconds of regulation to register their come from behind victory over Cebu Landmaster-Mandaue, 70-66.

    It was a sorry loss for Landmaster of Joe Soberano and Coach Jun Tan, which led practically for the entire contest until Dacia’s heroics, the sole lead change of the game. The Ninos thus remained the only undefeated team in conference supported generously by Smart, Accel, Molten, Calcium-Cee, Gatorade, Air 21 and Burlington and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

    Dacia, named MVP of the Cebu Leg three weeks ago, continued his good play with 23 points to power the Ninos. Woodraw Enriquez chipped in 18 points, five rebounds and four assists. Former Nino Jercules Tangkay engaged Dacia in a shootout to finish with 19 points, five rebounds and two steals. Jerome Cenita backed up Tangkay with 12 markers.

    Selected games from the MisOr Leg will be televised next week over Solar Sports from Wednesday to Saturday. Also, Liga Pilipinas Classics air daily over Viva Prime Channel. Additional information may be accessed through www.ligapilipinas.net.

    How They Scored:

    First Game

    CEBU (70) – Dacia 23, Enriquez 18, Nailon 10, Padilla 6, Mepana 5, Santos 4, Ababon 2, Saladaga 1, Basco 1.

    MANDAUE (66) – Tangkay 19, Cenita 13, Solis 9, Bucao 7, Alcaraz 6, Latonio 6, Llanto 4, Mercado 2, Berame 0, Cainglet 0.

    Period Scores: 9-14, 24-33, 42-51, 70-66.

    Second Game

    MISAMIS ORIENTAL (75) – Gudez 21, Cabahug 13, Daja 7, Saldua 6, Moreno 5, Butel 4, Tagupa 4, Clavel 3, Kong 3, Pupos 3, Mamaclay 3, Guiyab 2, Barcellano 1, Sanchez 0.

    GENERAL SANTOS (73) – Gonzaga 17, Concha 12, Mendoza 10, Rubi 6, Farochillen 5, Cabatu 5, Tadena 4, Locsin 4, Coronado 4, Sagad 3, Medalla 3, Recustodio 0, Callo 0, Illanga 0.

    Period Scores: 16-17, 28-40, 47-59, 75-73.

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    GINGOOG CITY – Host Misamis Oriental Meteors and archrival M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu Ninos tallied easy wins Thursday night to arrange a championship duel for the Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III Misamis Oriental Leg at the Arturo S. Lugod Memorial Sports and Cultural Center.

    The Meteors of Gov. Oscar S. Moreno and Coach Jun Noel disposed of Cebu Landmaster-Mandaue, 77-55, while the Ninos of Michel J. Lhuillier and Coach Raul “Yayoy” Alcoseba toyed with the MP Warriors of GenSan, 90-69. Both winners tote similar 2-0 win-loss cards and are beyond reach of the other two teams at 0-2.

    The one-game leg championship will be played Saturday at the Xavier University Gym starting at 6:00 PM, a reprise of last conference’s National Finals won by the Meteors in five games, 3-2. In the first game at 4:00 PM, Landmaster and the Warriors will dispute Third Place.

    The Meteors stormed to a 24-10 advantage after the first period and never looked back. Landmaster of Joe Soberano and Coach Jun Tan sorely missed team leader Jercules Tangkay, who sat out the game after scattering 19 points the other day against the Ninos.

    Eder Saldua sizzled with 23 points, four rebounds and three assists for the Meteors. Philip Butel and Patrick Cabahug backed him up with 13 points apiece. Alex Cainglet bounced back from a scoreless first game to pump in 14 markers in the losing effort, followed by Joel Solis with 12 points and nine rebounds.

    It was a similar storyline in the first game wherein the Ninos sprinted ahead in the opening 10 minutes, 22-6. Playing with only 10 men, the Ninos never allowed the Warriors of Manny Pacquiao and Coach Ramon Pido to tie or even take the upper hand.

    Stephen Padilla exploded for five triples en route to 17 points. Mark Ababon and Ian Saladaga added 11 points as six other Ninos submitted six points or more to underscore their balanced attack. Bob Cozy Ilanga paced the Warriors with 15 points after going scoreless in their last outing. Dondon Mendoza chipped in 11 points and five rebounds.

    Friday’s results will not affect Saturday’s pairings. All that is left to be decided is who will get the two-point bonus for a three-game sweep as the two undefeated teams engage each other. The Warriors and Landmaster also seek their first win this week in the conference made possible by Smart, Accel, Molten, Calcium-Cee, Gatorade, Air 21 and Burlington and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

    Selected games from the MisOr Leg will be televised next week over Solar Sports from Wednesday to Saturday. Also, Liga Pilipinas Classics air daily over Viva Prime Channel. Additional information may be accessed through www.ligapilipinas.net.

    How They Scored:

    First Game

    CEBU (90) – Padilla 17, Saladaga 11, Ababon 11, Mepana 10, Basco 9, Nailon 8, Malinao 8, Dacia 8, Enriquez 6, Santos 2.

    GENERAL SANTOS (69) – Ilanga 15, Mendoza 11, Tadena 10, Gonzaga 6, Cabatu 6, Recustodio 5, Locsin 5, Sagad 4, Farochillen 3, Rubi 2, Callo 2, Concha 0, Medalla 0, Coronado 0.

    Period Scores: 22-6, 41-22, 66-41, 90-69.

    Second Game

    MISAMIS ORIENTAL (77) – Saldua 23, Cabahug 13, Butel 13, Daja 6, Moreno 5, Pupos 5, Gudez 3, Barcellano 3, Kong 2, Sanchez 2, Guiyab 2, Clavel 0, Mamaclay 0, Tagupa 0.

    MANDAUE (55) – Cainglet 14, Solis 12, Cenita 10, Mercado 5, Aying 5, Latonio 4, Alcaraz 2, Bucao 2, Llanto 1, Berame 0, Gabas 0.

    Period Scores: 24-10, 39-28, 56-41, 77-55.

  3. #23

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    CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Swingman Ian Saladaga scored on lay-up at the buzzer to lift the M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu Ninos over archrival Misamis Oriental Meteors, 80-79, to close out the preliminary round of the Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III Misamis Oriental Leg at the Xavier University Gym Friday evening (September 11).

    Saladaga redeemed himself after he nearly cost his side the game. The former University of San Jose-Recoletos varsity star missed a put back of a Woodraw Enriquez free throw miss and then was forced to foul Meteor center Arian Daja with eight seconds left and the Meteors ahead, 79-78. Daja though missed both free throws, with the Ninos grabbing the rebound and a quick pass to the streaking Saladaga for the winner.

    Earlier, Marlon Basco tied the game for the last time at 77-77 via a free throw split off a Ramil Tagupa foul with 33 seconds left. Patrick Cabahug then put the Meteors on top for the last time on a jumper at the 14-second mark, 79-77.

    Ninos coach Raul “Yayoy” Alcoseba called a timeout and Enriquez was fouled by Mark Moreno as he put the ball in play. Enriquez made the first charity to close in, 78-79. He missed the second leading to the foul on Daja in the ensuing scramble.

    Enriquez came off the bench and paced the Ninos with 15 points and six assists while Stephen Padilla fired four triples and a free throw for a total of 13 points plus four assists. Eder Saldua paced the Meteors of Gov. Oscar S. Moreno and Coach Jun Noel with 18 markers followed by Daja with 13 points

    The Michel J. Lhuillier franchise thus swept all three preliminary games to earn a two-point bonus, vaulting them to the top of the overall standings with 20 Tour Points, one ahead of the idle Trace-Laguna Stallions. Overall, the Ninos are an immaculate 7-0 in the conference sponsored by Smart, Accel, Molten, Calcium-Cee, Gatorade, Air 21 and Burlington and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

    In the first game, Cebu Landmaster-Mandaue of Joe Soberano and Coach Jun Tan barged into the win column with a 66-64 tripping of the MP Warriors of GenSan. Timely hits down the stretch stopped a late run by the Warriors of Manny Pacquiao and Coach Ramon Pido.

    John Paul Alcaraz had a good all-around game with 11 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. Veteran Danny Aying also had 11 points. Jethrone Recustodio topped the Warriors with 11 points. Dondon Tadena and Dennis Concha followed with 10 points each with Tadena plucking 10 rebounds.

    The Meteors and Ninos meet anew tonight for the leg championship, while the Warriors and Landmaster will dispute Third Place. The champion will earn 10 points while the runner-up gets five. Third Place merits three points while the remaining team gets a point.

    Selected games from the MisOr Leg will be shown next week over Solar Sports from Wednesday to Saturday. Liga Pilipinas Classics are also aired daily over Viva Prime Channel. More information on the league may be found at www.ligapilipinas.net.

    How They Scored:

    First Game

    MANDAUE (66) – Alcaraz 11, Aying 11, Mercado 9, Latonio 8, Solis 8, Llanto 5, Berame 4, Cenita 4, Bucao 3, Cainglet 3.

    GENERAL SANTOS (64) – Recustodio 11, Tadena 10, Concha 10, Farochillen 8, Mendoza 8, Ilanga 5, Locsin 4, Coronado 4, Cabatu 2, Medalla 2, Rubi 0, Sagad 0, Callo 0.

    Period Scores: 16-15, 33-33, 53-48, 66-64.

    Second Game

    CEBU (80) – Enriquez 15, Padilla 13, Mepana 12, Dacia 11, Saladaga 10, Basco 8, Ababon 5, Nailon 4, Santos 2, Malinao 0.

    MISAMIS ORIENTAL (79) – Saldua 18, Daja 13,Cabahug 11, Kong 8, Gudez 8, Tagupa 6, Mamaclay 5, Moreno 4, Barcellano 3, Sanchez 2, Guiyab 1, Pupos 0, Butel 0.

    Period Scores: 17-22, 32-42, 65-59, 80-79.

  4. #24

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    CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu Ninos banked on their vast championship experience in the final minutes to bag the Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III Misamis Oriental Leg over the host Misamis Oriental Meteors, 82-77, in front of a packed Xavier University Gym Saturday evening.

    Point guard Woodraw Enriquez scored the last five Nino points, as he engaged Meteor gunner Patrick Cabahug in a shootout in the final minute of the intense contest. The two traded baskets as Enriquez thwarted every attempt by Cabahug and his mates to rally.

    Cabahug gave the Meteors their final hurrah, a jumper with 16 ticks on the clock, 77-81. In the ensuing sequence, Enriquez received an unsportsmanlike foul from Meteor center Arden Guiyab, converting a free throw for the final tally. Ball possession returned to the Ninos and they dribbled the clock away.

    With the score knotted for the last time at 71-71, Ian Saladaga, Marlon Basco and Bruce Dacia combined for six straight pressure-packed free throws that gave the Ninos the lead for good with 1:48 to play, 77-71. Ramil Tagupa ended the streak with two free throws of his own off the fifth and final foul of Saladaga, 73-77, and 1:22 remaining.

    Power forward Ariel Mepana led the Ninos with 18 points, four rebounds and four assists. Dacia followed with 16 points and five rebounds. Eder Saldua paced the Meteors of Gov. Oscar S. Moreno and Coach Jun Noel with a game-best 22 points and nine rebounds. Cabahug finished with 13 markers and five rebounds.

    The Ninos of Michel J. Lhuillier and Coach Raul “Yayoy” Alcoseba thus remained undefeated in eight games this conference supported by Smart, Accel, Molten, Calcium-Cee, Gatorade, Air 21 and Burlington and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP). They have a perfect 30 out of a possible 30 points from two legs to pull away in the overall standings. The Meteors earned seven points in their debut performance this conference.

    “It’s good to be back on top as our efforts in the offseason are slowly paying off,” said winning coach Alcoseba. “The team really felt the loss to MisOr in last conference’s National Finals so that inspired the players to work very hard.”

    Meanwhile, Cebu Landmaster-Mandaue of Joe Soberano and Coach Jun Tan salvaged Third Place and three tour points with their second straight win over the MP Warriors of GenSan, 65-62.

    Jerome Cenita led Mandaue with 22 points followed by John Paul Alcaraz with 11. Dondon Tadena was the top scorer for the Warriors of Manny Pacquiao and Coach Ramon Pido with 13. Weng Farochillen added 12 points and five rebounds.

    The Liga Pilipinas Tour makes its next stop this Wednesday (September 16) at the Quezon Convention Center in Lucena City for the Quezon Province Leg. The Ninos and Meteors will continue their rivalry along with the Toyota-Bacolod Turbos and host Quezon Red Oilers.

    Selected games from the MisOr Leg will be shown this week over Solar Sports from Wednesday to Saturday. Also, Liga Pilipinas Classics air daily over Viva Prime Channel. For more information on the league may be found at www.ligapilipinas.net.

    How They Scored:

    For Third Place

    MANDAUE (65) – Cenita 22, Alcaraz 11, Solis 9, Latonio 7, Mercado 6, Cainglet 6, Berame 5, Aying 4, Llanto 3, Bucao 2.

    GENERAL SANTOS (62) – Tadena 13, Farochillen 12, Coronado 8, Ilanga 8, Mendoza 6, Recustodio 5, Concha 4, Rubi 3, Callo 2, Medalla 1, Sagad 0, Locsin 0, Cabatu 0.

    Period Scores: 16-17, 32-28, 46-48, 65-62.

    Championship

    CEBU (82) – Mepana 18, Dacia 16, Nailon 13, Enriquez 10, Basco 9, Saladaga 6, Santos 5, Padilla 3, Ababon 2.

    MISAMIS ORIENTAL (77) – Saldua 22, Cabahug 13, Daja 9, Gudez 7, Guiyab 7, Moreno 6, Tagupa 6, Kong 3, Mamaclay 3, Barcellano 1, Butel 0.

    Period Scores: 19-19, 35-34, 58-57, 82-77.

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    GUANGXI, CHINA – The Misamis Oriental Meteors, the reigning Liga Pilipinas National Champions, are currently in Guangxi, China to represent the Philippines in the Second China-ASEAN CBO Basketball Invitational Tournament that began last October 18 and will run until October 24.

    The Philippines, represented by the Smart-Gilas Pilipinas National Team under Coach Rajko Toroman, ruled the tournament’s first edition last year. It also marked Gilas’ initial foray into the international scene.

    The Meteors of Gov. Oscar S. Moreno and Coach Jun Noel are bracketed in Group B together with Vietnam, Hong Kong and Perak Farmcochem of Malaysia’s National Basketball League. Group A is composed of entries from Myanmar, Laos, Singapore and host Guangxi.

    This marks the first time that a team from Liga Pilipinas has been tapped by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) to represent the country in an international tournament.

    “We hope to do the whole nation proud this time just like when we gave joy and pride to the people of Misamis Oriental when we won the Liga crown last April,” said Gov. Moreno. “We thank the SBP and Liga for the chance to play in China while also promoting our province.”

    Currently occupying Fourth Place in the overall Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III standings with 26 points and two weeks left on the schedule, the Meteors are in a good position to advance to as high as Second Place and earn an outright berth in November’s five-team Super Leg that will determine the National Champion.

    “This is a good exposure for the team as we shoot for to the Super Leg,” said Coach Noel. “The feat of Smart-Gilas is a tough act to follow but we vow do our best.” The Meteors are sponsored by Hapee Toothpaste, Holcim Cement and Hanjin.

    In the opening games last October 18, Guangxi ripped Singapore, 84-51, while Myanmar toppled Laos, 74-55 in a pair of Group A skirmishes.

  6. #26

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    2ND CHINA-ASEAN MEN'S BASKETBALL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
    October 18 to 24, 2009
    Guangxi Zhuang, China

    FINAL STANDINGS

    Group A
    Guangxi-China 3-0
    Singapore 2-1
    Myanmar 1-2
    Laos 0-3

    Group B
    Misamis Oriental Meteors-Pilipinas 3-0
    Hong Kong NT 2-1
    Perak Farmcochem-Malaysia 1-2
    Vietnam 0-3


    October 19 (Monday) -- Pinggou Arena (Guangxi)
    Misamis Oriental Meteors-Pilipinas d. Hong Kong NT, 82-68

    Patrick Cabahug, 26 points
    Eder Saldua, 14 points
    Erian Daja, 12 points


    October 20 (Tuesday) -- Pinggou Arena (Guangxi)
    Misamis Oriental Meteors-Pilipinas d. Vietnam, 88-65

    Patrick Cabahug, 21 points
    Eder Saldua, 13 points


    October 21 (Wednesday) -- Pinggou Arena (Guangxi)
    Misamis Oriental Meteors-Pilipinas d. Perak Farmcochem-Malaysia, 105-65


    October 22 (Thursday) -- Pinggou Arena (Guangxi)
    Misamis Oriental Meteors-Pilipinas d. Singapore, 95-62 (Semifinals)


    October 24 (Saturday) -- Pinggou Arena (Guangxi)
    Misamis Oriental Meteors-Pilipinas d. Guangxi-China, 83-75 (Championship)

    **END OF THE TOURNAMENT**

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    2ND CHINA-ASEAN MEN'S BASKETBALL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
    October 18 to 24, 2009
    Guangxi Zhuang, China




    ROCKY CLAVEL * MARK MORENO * PATRICK CABAHUG * ERIAN DAJA
    PHILIP BUTEL * KHIEL MISA * JEROME NUMERAN * EDER SALDUA
    RONALD LAMOCHA * ARDEN GUIYAB * RAMIL TAGUPA * FRANCIS BARCELLANO

    PLAYERS

    JUN NOEL
    HEAD COACH

    BONG ABAD * JAIME RIVERA
    ASSISTANT COACHES

    GOV. OSCAR S. MORENO
    TEAM OWNER

  8. #28

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    GINGOOG CITY – The defending National Champion and fourth seed Misamis Oriental Meteors completed Step One of their quest for a title repeat by eliminating the seventh seed Cebu Landmaster-Mandaue, 95-72, in their Smart Liga Pilipinas Conference III Wild Card game Saturday evening at the Arturo S. Lugod Memorial Sports and Cultural Center.

    The Meteors of Gov. Oscar S. Moreno and Coach Jun Noel earned the fourth of five available seats in the Super Leg set for November 22 to 29 in Cebu City. The weeklong tournament will crown the next National Champion of the conference backed by Smart, Molten, Accel, Calcium-Cee, Gatorade, Air 21 and Burlington and sanctioned by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

    Mandaue of Joe Soberano and Coach Jun Tan entered the game with the mission of forcing a winner-take-all game and nursed a 21-20 lead after a tight first period that saw two deadlocks and 11 lead changes. Suddenly, the Meteors outscored their visitors, 23-7, in the second stanza and never looked back from there.

    Not even the late addition of big men Nat Cruz and Charleston Bolias, vital cogs with their former teams Apayao and Zamboanga, could turn around the Landmaster fortunes as they combined for only 10 points and nine rebounds. MisOr pulled further away entering the fourth period, 72-44.

    Patrick Cabahug topped the Meteors with 16 points followed by Erian Daja with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Francis Mercado carried Mandaue with 19 points followed by Alex Cainglet with 14, but none of their 10 other teammates submitted twin-digit scores.

    Already qualified for the Super Leg are the undefeated M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu Ninos, Smart-Pampanga Buddies and Quezon Red Oilers. The fifth seed Forward Taguig and the sixth seed Trace-Laguna Stallions will start their own series for the final berth this Tuesday at the C. P. Tinga Memorial Hall.

    The entire Liga Pilipinas Playoffs up to the Super Leg will be televised starting next week on Solar Sports. Liga Pilipinas Classics are aired daily on Viva Prime Channel. For more information, log on www.ligapilipinas.net.

    How They Scored:

    MISAMIS ORIENTAL (95) – Cabahug 16, Daja 14, Lamocha 12, Mamaclay 12, Saldua 10, Misa 9, Kong 6, Tagupa 6, Moreno 5, Mente 3, Butel 2, Clavel 0, Guiyab 0.

    MANDAUE (72) – Mercado 19, Cainglet 14, Latonio 7, Berame 6, Cruz 6, Bucao 4, Bautista 4, Bolias 4, Cenita 3, Abadia 3, Aquino 2, Gabas 0.

    Period Scores: 20-21, 43-28, 72-44, 95-72.

  9. #29

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    Is it true that the newest team member of the Misamis Meteors is Raymond Maconocido? I thought he was supposed to concentrate on his studies and earn his diploma after he left the SSC basketball team?




  10. #30

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    Note: The following articles are from independent external sources and does not necessarily reflect the official stand of Liga Pilipinas, Pinoy Basketbol Incorporated (PBI) and Pinoy Basketbol Management Incorporated (PBMI).
    _________________________________________________
    Meteors' future uncertain
    By Loui S. Maliza
    Monday, March 28, 2011


    MISAMIS Oriental Meteors will have to split for a while as talks for the finalization of the La Liga Pilipinas are underway.

    Governor Oscar S. Moreno said Sunday the team is disbanded during off season, where some players would have to go home and rest.

    The remaining ones, Moreno told Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro, will stay to help coach Jun Noel and assistant coach Bong Abad in conducting the province's summer cage clinic on March 29 to April 2.

    "We've been organizing basketball clinics so some members of the Misamis Oriental Meteors will be retained to help in our summer sports program," Moreno said.

    This, as the sports-loving governor expressed optimism that negotiations to sustain the fledgling La Liga Pilipinas will soon be brought to the table for its finalization.

    "The entire Meteors team is raring to go back into action," he said.

    The Tournament of the Philippines, still reeling from an aborted merging with the now dissolved Philippine Basketball League (PBL), has the Meteors, Cebu Niños, Laguna and the returning GenSan-Pacman in its fold.

    It's still awaiting the commitment of Ilocos and Zamboanga teams, as of press time, for the Liga's regular season this year to take off.

    Last Wednesday, the Meteors were supposed to leave for Cebu to partake in the Liga's pre-season games. But coach Noel said the trip was eventually cancelled after some negotiations for the regular season games again take a snag.

    "Ang committment na lang gyod sa Ilocos ug Zambo teams ang gihulat ni gov," Noel told Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro.


    Published in the Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro newspaper on March 28, 2011.


 
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