Chess Winners


MANILA, Philippines - Joel Pimentel halved the point with National Master Albert Florendo to win the Open Under-20 category of the National Age Group Chess Championships Visayas leg on Tuesday at the Gov. Cabagnot Training Center in Kalibo, Aklan. The pride of Negros Oriental and member of 2011 NCAA chess champion St. Benilde tallied 4.5 points, a full point ahead of his closest pursuers Franz Robert Grafil of La Salle, Florendo of University of Santo Tomas and Marc Christian Nazario of University of the Philippines.

Veteran internationalists Vince Angelo Medina of Far Eastern University and FIDE Master Paulo Bersamina also topped their respective categories. Medina, the 74th UAAP Most Valuable Player in the juniors division, grabbed the title in the OU-16 with a half-point edge over Allan Pason of Cebu while Bersamina proved too much for his rivals as he ran away the title in OU-14. The most promising talent in local chess these days also made his presence felt.

Caballes Tilt

The Harbour Centre Dymons dethroned the Gatorade San Mateo Spurs, 67-54, to capture the 2nd PGBL Willie Caballes Cup Monday night at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum. Christian Cortez hit the chunk of his 14 points in the payoff period to power the Dymons to their first title in this tournament composed mostly of scribes and media practitioners covering the sports beat. Cortez was named the Finals Most Valuable Player after his jumpers enabled the team backed by Mikee Romero's Harbour Centre to pull away for good.

Teteng Masigan had 18 points, 13 rebounds, four assists and three steals while PBA photographer Nuki Sabio scattered 15 points aside from posting14 rebounds, three assists and two blocks for the Dymons, who pulled off a thrilling 62-61 win over the Tigerscribes last week to clinch the last finals berth. -Jonas Terrado

Sports Camp

The third edition of the Camp & Play for the year will be held on April 16 at the Diliman Prep School along Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City. Open to boys and girls from 5-18 years of age, the Camp features a month-long progressive, comprehensive and scientific basketball training program ending May 16. …

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