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VIDEO: Baron Geisler vs. Kiko Matos URCC Fight Night Coverage, Winner

MANILA, Philippines - Celebrities Baron Geisler and Kiko Matos settled their rift on Saturday, June 25 at the Universal Reality Combat Championship (URCC) first-ever Fight Night at the Valkyrie Superclub in Bonifacio Global, Taguig City.

Baron vs. Kiko match ends with a unanimous draw
Baron vs. Kiko match ends with a unanimous draw! Photo Credit: Instagram/Michael_olino
Matos and Geisler squared off as exhibition match of Fil-Swiss fighter Chris Hofmann and Arvin “Asintado” Chan on their non-title catchweight bout.

The most awaited fight ended in a unanimous draw. All 3 judges scored it 19-19.

The first round was dominated by Matos while Geisler did a lot in the second round.

WATCH: Here's the full fight video replay (courtesy of MMA Pilipinas on Facebook).


On Friday, the tension on pre-fight weigh-in rose as Matos allegedly sprayed urine on Geisler. However, the head of the mixed martial promotion Alvin Aguilar clarified that it was beer, not urine.

“After news broke out that Kiko sprayed Geisler with urine I knew it was a sick joke. I later confirmed that inside Kiko’s bottle was BEER!!!! It was made clear to all reporters present prior to the spraying, that inside the bottle was BEER NOT URINE. Kiko has explained that it was a st[u]nt he planned to get under Geisler’s skin,” said Aguilar in a statement posted at the official URCC-MMA website.

The exhibition match was confirmed on May 31 after Geisler contacted URCC and said that he wants to settle their very controversial bar feud with Matos inside the cage. Matos informed URCC’s match maker Ronald Catunao that he has accepted the challenge.

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How to Watch Baron Geisler vs. Kiko Matos URCC Fight Night?

According to Aguilar on URCC-MMA Facebook page, there will be no livestreaming of the Fight Night.

"Guys we really appreciate all the support but there will be NO LIVE STREAMING. Those are all fake so DO NOT PURCHASE!!! If we catch them trying that during the fights they will be the ones in the cage in lieu of Baron and Kiko."

The last minute selling of tickets is on. "You can still BUY TICKETS online and at Valkyrie," the announcement said.

The URCC Fight Night will be aired on ABS-CBN's Sports and Action. However, Geisler vs. Matos fight will not be included on the broadcast of the event.

Baron Geisler vs. Kiko Matos URCC Fight Night Updates, Winner

Are you on Team Baron or Team Kiko?



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Akbayan Youth likens Pacquiao to Orlando shooter

MANILA – “Pacquiao’s hate can kill LGBT.”

Manny Pacquiao on LGBT

This was the strong statement of Akbayan Youth against Senator-elect Manny Pacquiao on Friday as it recalled the shooting that happened in a gay club in Orlando in the United States last June 12. The shooting claimed 49 lives, many of which were members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.

READ: Orlando mass shooting victim sends heartbreaking text to mom prior to his death

The statement was released in commemoration of June as LGBT Pride Month.

According to the youth group who will join the LGBT Metro Manila Pride March 2016 today, June 25 in Luneta Park, the celebrated boxer is guilty of committing hate speech against the LGBT that could potentially incite violence among his many supporters.

READ: Manny Pacquiao on same-sex marriage: “Mas masahol pa sa hayop ang tao” (Video)

Early this year, Pacquiao came under fire when he called gays as “worse than animals” in an interview during the campaign for his bid to the Senate. Pacquiao also posted on his Instagram account a quote from Letivicus that prescribes that gays “should be put to death”. The said post has long been deleted after receiving flak from the online community.

Yesha Tolentino, Akbayan Youth’s spokesperson for LGBT concerns, claimed that Pacquiao’s “homophobic public pronouncements are loading the guns that will kill gays and lesbians.” She also said that sooner or later, Pacquiao’s hate speech will inspire others to take a violent stance against people who identify as LGBT.

The Philippines has one of the worst records of violence against the LGBT community, according to several human rights watch organizations. Since 2008, there have been at least 28 recorded murders of Filipino transgenders.

One of the most high-profile cases was of Jennifer Laude, murdered by a US Marine who was part of Oplan Balikatan between the US and Philippine governments. A few weeks after Laude’s death, a 55-year old transwoman was also found dead in her home in Quezon Province.

“The massacre of LGBT does not happen in a vacuum. It is borne out of a culture with deep-seated prejudice against us,” she further explained. “Pacquiao’s hate speech propagates that culture.”

Passage of Anti-Discrimination Bill sought

Akbayan Youth said that the passage of the Anti-Discrimination Bill is long overdue, citing numerous cases of discrimination in schools, workplace and the barangays.

The youth organization argued that the said bill does not grant special rights to members of the LGBT but secures existing human rights as protected by the constitution and by numerous international treaties.

“We just want to live in a country that does not institutionalize hate and discrimination,” Tolentino lamented.

“A strong anti-discrimination law will contribute to a culture that blankets everyone, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity, to live in peace and security”, she furthered.

Fight homophobia everywhere

Akbayan Youth also urged its fellow Filipinos to “fight homophobia everyday: in small settings, on social media, in the family, at school and at work”.

“We must build a future where everyone can live and love freely”, Tolentino concluded.



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Samsung unveils 'Designed for PH' Galaxy J5, J7 (2016) smartphones

MANILA, Philippines - To address some of the Filipinos' smartphone woes, innovation leader Samsung has launched recently the Galaxy J Series (2016), specifically designed to solve perennial problem of weak mobile signals and high data charges.

Samsung unveils 'Designed for PH' Galaxy J5, J7 (2016)
DESIGNED FOR PH. Samsung launches Galaxy J Series (2016) to answer Filipinos’ smartphone woes.
While the country is waiting for the telcos to further optimize and enhance their cellular signal nationwide, Samsung has made a game-changing radio frequency (RF) technology called Signal Max (uses dual antenna design) on Galaxy J5 and J7 smartphones to boost cellular reception for better call quality. Note: Signal Max technology is also available on high-end devices Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge.

Whether you’re hiking or relaxing on some remote beach, the J Series smartphone is expected to do a lot for this need of calling your friends and loved-ones.

Another feature that Filipinos will sure to look on is the Ultra Data Saving for optimized data usage; this is a mobile saving solution that saves up to 50% on mobile data by compressing applications and browser content and limiting mobile data to only selected applications. It frees up the phone’s RAM for an enhanced performance, greatly improving your browsing experience. An added benefit is that it exerts less effort on your smartphone battery, therefore prolonging your hours of phone usage.

Galaxy J Series is equipped with 16GB memory and bundled with a 32GB micro SD card, packing a total of 48GB memory. It has 13MP F/1.9 camera and its rear 5MP camera with autofocus ability. It comes with a powerful Quad Core Processor, 3,100mAH batteries.


Selfies are even better now with its HD Super AMOLED displays and large screen sizes – the Galaxy J5 boasts of a 5.2-inch screen, while the Galaxy J7 carries a 5.5-inch display.

Samsung Galaxy J5 smartphone front and rear view.
Samsung Galaxy J5 smartphone front and rear view.

Samsung Galaxy J7 smartphone front and rear view.
The bigger Samsung Galaxy J7 smartphone.
Further promoting and embracing the Filipino culture, the Galaxy J Series (2016) smartphones are encapsulated in a box that has been especially Designed for the Philippines. Aside from colorful packaging that truly highlights the Filipino personality and spirit, the Galaxy J Series (2016) smartphones also come with exclusive Filipino-themed wallpapers, icons and screensavers.

The Galaxy J5 and J7 (2016) are now available at Samsung Experience Stores and authorized dealers nationwide for P11,990 and P14,990 respectively.



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LOOK: Vlogger calls Nacpan beach in Palawan as “world’s most beautiful beach”

Christian LeBlanc, a 22-year-old travel blogger from Vancouver Canada, has called Palawan’s Nacpan Beach as the world’s most beautiful.

Nacpan beach in Palawan as “world’s most beautiful beach”

In a vlog titled “The Most Beautiful Beach” he posted on his YouTube Channel, Le Blanc documented their experience in the beach situated in El Nido, Palawan.

According to Le Blanc, Nacpan has the best pristine sand and the clearest water. Although he and and his girlfriend Laura had been to El Nido last year and experienced “horrible accommodation”, they decided to come back to see the paradise once again.

In the caption of the video he wrote: “Looking for the most beautiful beach in the world? Nacpan beach in Palawan Philippines easily takes the cake. We visited it the year before and we were excited to see very little had changed.”

Nacpan beach in Palawan as “world’s most beautiful beach”

The travel vlogger, who also visited other popular tourists spots in the Philippines such as Cebu, Boracay and Dumaguete believes that the Nacpan beach would see development very soon.

“It’s only a matter of time the Nacpan beach is just as built as El Nido is or Boracay because it’s up there. It’s even above these beaches.”

Calling it his “100% favorite beach”, Le Blanc urged travellers not to miss Nacpan beach if they’re in El Nido.

Nacpan, along with its twin beach Calitang, is deemed as the best among the beaches in El Nido. It is located in Baranggay Bucana, which is 25 kilometres north of El Nido town in the mainland of Bacuit Bay. Compared to other beaches and islands in El Nido, Nacpan beach remains unexploited and uncommercialized. Since it is not often visited by people, tourists can get to lounge, swim in and bask freely in this stunner.

To go to Nacpan beach, take a van or a tricycle from El Nido town proper. Although this beach is not usually included in island-hopping tours, most travel agencies and tour operators offer trips to this paradise.



--Mini, The Summit Express



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VIDEO: Kiko Matos pisses-off Baron Geisler with pee

MANILA, Philippines - The fight is on! Former matinee idol turned brawler Baron Geisler will face Indie Actor Kiko Matos in a celebrity exhibition match at the URCC Fight Night to be held tomorrow, June 25 at the Valkyrie Super Club in Bonifacio Global, Taguig City.

Kiko Matos pisses-off Baron Geisler with pee
Kiko Matos scores first by spraying his own pee at Baron Geisler.  Screengrab from Facebook video/Gilbert Day
After the official announcement of Asia’s longest running MMA league’s president, Alvin Aguilar, the two protagonists have been itching to face each other inside the caged-ring to settle their very controversial bar feud.

Last month, a video of Matos and Geisler’s bar fight went viral. It was not the former Tabing Ilog’s main cast’s scandal but this is probably the most hyped and most talked about among his infamies.

URCC’s Aguilar, during one of the event’s presscon invited both Matos and Geisler to fight legally under the main bout between Alvin Chan and Chris Hofmann. The netizens were too quick to react after the said announcement and clamored to make the match happen. As per URCC insiders, ticket demand went sky-rocket high and they had to extend the area of the venue to accommodate thousands of spectators.

Just few days after the invitation, both Matos and Geisler accepted the challenge and called each other out on social media. Alvin Aguilar however asked the two a condition in order for the fight to happen: they have to reconcile first publicly.

Baron posted his taekwondo training online under the supervision of his brother Donnie, a former national taekwondo jin who brought honor in the country several times as a warning shot to his nemesis.

Just this morning, both have been weighed-in in front of the media people. But the pre-fight just got heated-up when Kiko Matos sprayed his own pee at Baron Geisler. It was immediately followed by trash talking, cursing and a little bit of punching and shoving.

Watch full video here (Warning: contains strong language):



The two celebrities will be slugging it all out for two rounds with three minutes each round and a minute break under the guidance of a professional MMA referee and judges.

The whole URCC event tomorrow night might probably break the league’s record in terms of ticket sales. Fellow celebrities and athletes will definitely will be in attendance to watch the epic battle.

--Joey Boy Capos, The Summit Express



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Abu Sayyaf releases Pinay captive Marites Flor

ZAMBOANGA CITY, Philippines- Filipina kidnap victim Marites Flor has been freed by the Abu Sayyaf Group under Mujer Yadaha early morning, Friday, June 24.

Abu Sayyaf releases Pinay captive
According to Duterte, he directed negotiations with the bandits for Flor’s release. Photo Credit: Sun Star Davao
Flor is among the four captives kidnapped from Samal Island last September 21 and were taken to Sulu. Two of them, Canadian nationals John Risden and Robert Hall, were beheaded last April 25 and June 13, respectively, after the P300-million ransom for each captive was not met.

A native of Bukidnon, Flor was the girlfriend of Hall. According to Abu Sayyaf spokesman Muammar Askali alias Abu Rami, the terror group reportedly received P20 million ransom money for the release of Flor.

Norweigan captive Kjartan Sekkingstad was left in the custody of Abu Sayyaf. The group didn’t give further details on the present condition of Sekkingstad.

Incoming Presidential peace adviser Secretary Jesus Dureza confirmed the news about the kidnap victim but denied knowing any preconditions for the Filipina hostage’s release.

“I received words that Flor had been released and the plan is to bring her to Davao, to incoming President (Rodrigo) Duterte. I am on my way to Jolo to pick up the released hostage, I’ll bring her to Davao to present her to Duterte,” Dureza told Inquirer.


Duterte presents released Pinay captive

Incoming President Rodrigo Duterte has presented Flor during the Davao police change of command ceremony today. According to Duterte, he directed negotiations with the bandits for Flor’s release. However, he refused to give further details.

Speaking to the media, Flor revealed she had no idea she will be freed Friday morning.

She said: "Ginising lang ako. Hindi ko alam na palalayain na ako.”

(They woke me up. I had no idea I will be released.)

Flor, who said she cannot identify the location of the group, claimed the terror group threatened to behead Sekkingstad if their demand for ransom will not be met.

--Mini, The Summit Express



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Top 20 Passers: April 2016 NAPOLCOM PNP Entrance, Promotional exam

MANILA, Philippines - The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) has released today, June 24 the complete list of passers for April 2016 PNP Entrance and promotional examinations. The top 20 passers or topnotchers per category were recognized by the agency.

Top 20 Passers: April 2016 NAPOLCOM exam results

Winston Saflor Parre and Junah Bawit Salvador tied to get the top spot for PNP Entrance exam, 81.66-percent grade.

Cyril Lawrence Balgos garnered the highest place for Superintendent promotional exam as he got 81.66-percent score.

Lyndon Tobes Dagalea received the highest mark for Police Inspector exam, 85.44-percent grade.

Meanwhile, Marjorie Maglana Cericon topped the Police Officer, 84.80, and Heraclio Jamero Vargas led the Senior Police Officer examination with 86.00-percent grade.

RELATED RESULTS

Here's the full list of topnotchers for April 2016 NAPOLCOM examinations:

PNP Entrance

01. 377941, PARRE, WINSTON SAFLOR, 87.33%
01. 138776, SALVADOR, JUNAH BAWIT, 87.33%
02. 168662, TAD-O, JEFERDY EKIN, 87.08%
03. 168079, MAMORNO, MARIANNE SALVADOR, 86.70%
04. 048374, PEREZ, JELENE APPLE ARAYA, 86.37%
05. 378064, DIMAYA, MAR DAREEN DELOS SANTOS, 85.83%
06. 138349, PAGIYEN, MARA ANAYASAN, 85.79%
07. 037767, LOPEZ, HOMER DACANAY, 85.75%
08. 018403, GARCIA, SHERYLL ANNE ONGAY, 85.66%
09. 177585, PEDIDA, JOLLY DALABAJAN, 85.62%
09. 168052, ROSALES, GE ANN FRANCIA SAZON, 85.62%
10. 107561, VILLANUEVA, JAMES CEMPRON, 85.04%
11. 017663, DE GUZMAN, SYLANIE AQUINO, 84.91%
12. 177516, BERNARDO, LADY STEPHANIE GONZALES, 84.79%
13. 207611, CENTENO, JANNA ALCA VALENCIA, 84.70%
13. 169769, DELA CRUZ, MIKEE DE LUNA, 84.70%
14. 207504, GITO, JOHN PAUL MENDOZA, 84.29%
15. 377512, VILLANUEVA, NICO CRUZ, 84.25%
16. 048082, VILLANUEVA, MAXIEL PANGANIBAN, 84.08%
17. 038328, ESCRIBA, MICHAEL RUZ, 83.95%
18. 138735, KIDMANO, CLINTON BALASWIT, 83.70%
19. 138985, DUGUI-ES, NOVALYN DOLIGAS, 83.58%
19. 067814, NACION, EDCEL ABALOS, 83.58%
19. 167748, SANTOS, HEHERSON QUILAPIO, 83.58%
20. 138903, DOMASING, KRISTEL SIMLAN, 83.50%
20. 017807, PAMO, AIRA JANE GANANCIAL, 83.50%

Superintendent

01. 130008, TUBONGBANUA, CYRIL LAWRENCE BALGOS, 81.66%
02. 100021, CAGALITAN, MARK ANTHONY DRAGON, 79.20%
03. 160020, MARTIREZ, MILANY ELPEDES, 78.99%
04. 100022, GONDALES, LADY LOU BLANCA FRONDOZA, 78.63%
05. 100019, SAMPULNA, NUR-HAJRAIN CHIO, 78.32%
06. 300008, RONCESVALLES, LEONEL PAJARILLA, 78.31%
07. 040012, TORRES, MARY ANNE CRESTER NATANAUAN, 77.82%
08. 070006, ENGUITO, ALVINO BAGNOL, 77.20%
09. 050003, HUGO, ROMEO BENITO APOLINAR BELMONTE, 76.57%
10. 080011, ROLLO, REYNALDO LEJAS, 76.47%
11. 090003, BAHUNSUA, ALEXIS MANUTA, 76.42%
12. 060004, GUAY, JOHN PAUL MAG-ARO, 76.31%
13. 170003, AZARES, MHARDIE RADAM, 76.26%
14. 030011, ONDE, JEFFREY SEMENIANO, 76.13%
15. 200006, CONTINEDO, RONNIE JR. BAJUYO, 76.11%
16. 400003, LAMBAYONG, EDUARDO PASADO, 76.06%
17. 160019, DELA CRUZ, HELEN LAPAY, 75.75%
18. 040001, CAJULAO, BABY ROSE PAJARILLO, 75.46%
19. 060002, BOOC, LEOPOLDO JR NAVARRA, 75.41%
20. 100028, REVILLAS, EURIDECY DESPI, 75.25%

Police Inspector

01. 080304, DAGALEA, LYNDON TOBES, 85.44%
02. 050264, LLORIN, CHRISTINE BELO, 85.03%
03. 300282, BANTAYANON, WILSON YAP, 82.85%
04. 020288, GULAN, MELISSA OLIQUIANO, 82.84%
05. 070316, DIVINAGRACIA, ELVER AÑABIEZA, 82.82%
06. 090264, GUEVARRA, JIMMY VILLORIA, 81.69%
07. 140257, DONATO, JUDGE ROWE -, 81.43%
08. 170260, RAMOS, RIC ARTILLAGA, 81.40%
09. 010309, PATACSIL, MARIZA BARNACHEA, 81.35%
10. 040272, TALAMPAS, CELSO JHUNE DEMAIN, 81.20%
11. 350265, PENTANG, NORMAN CABANGEN, 81.04%
12. 010279, COLOMA, ROWENA BALDERAS, 81.01%
13. 010293, COLOMA, LOUCIELITO OASAY, 80.86%
13. 200258, PORNIA, ALMERC PAUL VILLAR, 80.86%
14. 120272, WONG, EUGENE QUIA, 80.79%
15. 350362, SOKOKEN, DAN EVERT JR. NGOLAB, 80.62%
16. 350419, CASIANO, JAYBRAM DELOS SANTOS, 80.58%
17. 010270, ORGANISTA, REYNANTE BOADILLA, 80.52%
18. 350452, MISAJON, GIAN MARLOU BONGAN, 80.40%
19. 400261, ESLIT, DANTE RUBI, 80.32%
20. 100300, SALVACION, RANDO MANGOMPIT, 80.01%

Senior Police Officer

01. 051705, VARGAS, HERACLIO JAMERO, 86.00%
02. 021560, BULAN, ARISTIDES CHAN, 85.80%
03. 131557, CANILANG, JONATHAN FONG, 85.40%
03. 161693, CASTRO, MAUREEN CASTIL, 85.40%
04. 141731, MUTIA, JAMES ANDDLEY HORTILANO, 85.20%
05. 081635, GACHO, LEO JR. GAPUL, 84.60%
05. 071558, MAN-ON, PROTACIO JR TIONGSON, 84.60%
06. 091546, ALINSANGAN, ADRIAN SOLATORIO, 84.40%
06. 021804, FERRER, MA. ENCARNACION CABRERA, 84.40%
07. 301839, HAPASAIN, TAIB UNAID, 84.20%
08. 061686, LAYSON, ALONA ALVARADO, 84.00%
09. 301690, MARCOJOS, SARAH GRACE BARAHIM, 83.80%
09. 111634, MATA, ERMAH FLORENTINO, 83.80%
09. 091677, MATABALAO, JIHAD MARCABAN, 83.80%
10. 051944, UNZA, ALDRIN CARLO LOMBOY, 83.60%
11. 131692, BURGOS, JAFEMAR CELOY, 83.40%
11. 061886, CASPE, HERMAN _, 83.40%
12. 052031, DE MESA, CHARLES VINCENT OSABEL, 83.20%
12. 141663, DEMOCRITO, DOMINIC SAAVEDRA, 83.20%
12. 061894, MATULAC, TD JOVITO, 83.20%
13. 201634, CAYANGAO, RACHEL WANDAG, 83.00%
13. 131562, DAMIAN, JANE ROXANNE ANDINO, 83.00%
13. 061728, PANADO, JOHN REY MARCELINO, 83.00%
14. 071698, DELA VICTORIA, PACITO JR HERRERO, 82.80%
14. 061868, ORPEZA, OLIVER LUNA, 82.80%
14. 131681, TAMAYO, MARICEL BADUA, 82.80%
14. 301834, UNTOY, ADONIS ALAWADDIN, 82.80%
15. 031939, FLORES, OLIVER MARIANO, 82.60%
16. 141668, AMOGUIS, JOHN RYAN SUN, 82.40%
17. 162857, CARDIÑO, KORINA SAGULLO, 82.20%
17. 051505, CORTEZA, AIZA CLARIANES, 82.20%
17. 101976, LINOG, MACARIO JR LIM, 82.20%
17. 401588, MACASLING, RANDY SICLADOY, 82.20%
17. 161893, NANGLEGAN, BEVERLY JOY CUMAHLING, 82.20%
18. 161570, ARBOLEDA, ARNEL SAUSA, 82.00%
18. 151885, IGNILAN, NICHOLAS ALDEN BAYHON, 82.00%
18. 071718, ORITO, CALIXTO JR OLASIMAN, 82.00%
19. 021624, ABIQUI, ROLAND BELTRAN, 81.80%
19. 081868, ADANA, RONILYN MONTES, 81.80%
19. 401543, BENITUA, RONIE MALUNES, 81.80%
19. 131600, DESAY, RHEA JOY CUARESMA, 81.80%
19. 061800, ESPAÑOLA, JENNIFER ELLAGA, 81.80%
19. 021643, MACANAS, DENNIS DWANE GARCES, 81.80%
19. 162965, OLA, SAMSON BORBON, 81.80%
19. 081684, PACIENCIA, ARLA RAY OCTAVIANO, 81.80%
19. 011719, PAMO, VINCENT TANO, 81.80%
19. 162311, PATANGUI, MELVIN ARELLANO, 81.80%
20. 051608, BASILIO, LANI ERMINO, 81.60%
20. 162755, BATAANON, WILMORE MENDOZA, 81.60%
20. 141743, BLANCO, NOELLEN LEDESMA, 81.60%
20. 162979, FONTIVEROS, JOLAN CUREG, 81.60%
20. 162541, NERVAR, FREDERICK MALANA, 81.60%
20. 141767, PANGILAN, MOJIDIN SARENTO, 81.60%

Police Officer

01. 115199, CERICON, MARJORIE MAGLANA, 84.80%
02. 155137, GUIR, EASTER NAOME SENOREN, 83.60%
03. 165730, BAGAYAO, VENICHI SUNGDUAN, 83.00%
03. 165990, PILOR, ROMER PERIDO, 83.00%
04. 085085, BULTRON, FRANCIS REY ALUTE, 82.80%
05. 085208, ANGCOY, BERNARD PEÑAR, 82.60%
05. 035252, BISCARRA, DENNY RICHARD FAJARDO, 82.60%
05. 175051, MARQUEZ, RUBY ANN ZAMORA, 82.60%
06. 015198, SANTOS, MANDY SUPNET, 82.40%
07. 065036, BAGUYO, JOHN PAUL OLINO, 81.80%
08. 165189, MORALES, SERGE HENRI APRUEBO, 81.60%
08. 145287, RUIZ, REYGIE BALDAPAN, 81.60%
09. 135033, MARIANO, ARMANDO JR COTILLON, 81.40%
09. 165224, SALVADOR, JOEFFREY FRANCISCO, 81.40%
10. 205014, ELEAZAR, REA FE DALITA, 81.20%
10. 045215, RODRIGUEZ, PERLIE RUFO, 81.20%
11. 095013, MINALANG, ESMAIL AMBITO, 81.00%
11. 115099, OCCEÑA, JOSSEF ERICK VON DANCEL, 81.00%
12. 055055, SIPCON, DEBBIE ANN ORTUA, 80.80%
12. 165951, TAGUINOD, RACQUEL JOY BUNGAG, 80.80%
13. 166262, DE CASTRO, MIGJAYNE NEGRETE, 80.60%
13. 165834, DUMPIT, CLARINE KIMAO, 80.60%
13. 015056, GARIN, ARNOLD EMBUIDO, 80.60%
13. 165338, MUDJIR, ADZRAMER M, 80.60%
13. 125406, SUBALDO, ANTONIO III CORTEZ, 80.60%
13. 055310, VARGAS, EMAR CANALES, 80.60%
14. 135061, ABES, NESTOR PASNGADAN, 80.40%
14. 075096, GARCIA, RODEL POLESTICO, 80.40%
14. 035589, SEGURO, JAYLORD GONZAGA, 80.40%
15. 015194, GOROSPE, CHRAEZELLE SHANE KAYCELLE IBAÑEZ, 80.20%
15. 166174, LUMBOY, JANICE DURUIN, 80.20%
15. 165352, MANGALAO, CHRISON LAGUITNAY, 80.20%
15. 166066, MENDOZA, MARIUS ANDREW GOMEZ, 80.20%
16. 166365, CAMBEL, HONEYLEEN NODADO, 80.00%
16. 165794, CANAO, JOVELYN EWOS, 80.00%
16. 085033, ORTIZ, RUEL BACAY, 80.00%
16. 166169, PUNZALAN, FERDINAND MACATANGAY, 80.00%
16. 125471, VALERO, DARYL JOHN VILLARO, 80.00%
17. 165674, ANTUERPIA, JACK ABANADOR, 79.80%
17. 166058, FORAYANG, RAQUEL FOROBLE, 79.80%
17. 305313, SANAANI, PAUJIA BALAHIM, 79.80%
18. 085129, ACEDILLO, RAINIER GLENN ABING, 79.60%
18. 015179, ALVIARNE, MAYNARD SORIANO, 79.60%
18. 305018, MOHAMMAD, ASHRAF MAJID, 79.60%
18. 075232, TANILON, WENDEL N/A, 79.60%
19. 135060, ACCATAN, ERIC BINBINON, 79.40%
19. 065030, BERNADA, JUNETTE MAE ESPINOSA, 79.40%
19. 205077, BERSOTO, WIMMER DINGLASAN, 79.40%
19. 166022, FLORAGUE, SERGIE BUENAFE, 79.40%
19. 065143, GICOLE, LOU IRISH HECHANOVA, 79.40%
19. 305315, JABARANI, NURMADIYA IDJIRAN, 79.40%
19. 165729, NALOGOC, BENGIE ABIQUE, 79.40%
19. 055042, RAMOS, CRISTINE SANICO, 79.40%
19. 165217, SONGDAY, DIANA MAE AMANGAO, 79.40%
20. 305314, ASDAIN, SHERWIN KANA, 79.20%
20. 065145, DIAZ, MAE MORILLA, 79.20%
20. 155138, GUIBAN, ROVELIZA CUTAY, 79.20%
20. 095131, JABILLO, JASON HEGEL DONÃ, 79.20%
20. 165808, KIRAY, APPLE BAY-AN, 79.20%
20. 035126, QUINTOS, ANTHONY PARAGUISON, 79.20%
20. 165366, VENIEGAS, GRINGO LAVARIAS, 79.20%

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