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Yap, Bico seize lead at Valley

Danilo Yap and George Bico produced a stunning 16-under-par 88 points at the North course to seize the lead in the overall net division of the 22nd Don Celso Tuason and Valley Founders Cup at the Valley Golf and Country Club in Antipolo, Rizal Friday.

Yap and Bico were three points ahead of Antonio Cembrano and Federico Marquez who scored 85 also at the North.

The best net scorers at the South were Lazaro Guintu Jr. and Melchor Bacsa who combined for 84 points.

Meynard Ko and Loyd Labrador continued to pace the overall gross with 69 at the North course.

The top three scores in each division after the second day:


OVERALL NET — Lazaro Guintu Jr.-Melchor Bacsa 84, Henry Go-William Yang 76, Michael Anthony Cembrano-Alexander Nikkoli Cruz 73, Paulo Conrado Puyat-Jet Mathay 73
OVERALL GROSS — Rafael Raymundo-Junjun Plana 65, Paulo Conrado Puyat-Jet Mathay 64, Tom Gerard Marcelo-Edwin Sanchez 64
DIVISION I — Paulo Conrado Puyat-Jet Mathay 73, Rafael Raymundo-Junjun Plana 69, Jose Carlo Quimson-Sebastian Lorenzo 68, Tomas Julio Benitez-Jet Hernandez 68
DIVISION II — Hector Chua-Julious Kawachi 72, Albert Samaniego-Gene dela Cruz 71, Venerando Dizer-Angelito de Leon 70
DIVISION III — Lazaro Guintu Jr.-Melchor Bacsa 84, Eleazar Lao Zetha-Alexander Festejo 71, Maria Annaliza-Marienelle Sales 70, Rune Stroem-Malcolm Lorimer 70
DIVISION IV — Henry Go-William Yang 76, Michael Anthony Cembrano-Alexander Nikkoli Cruz 73, Ivee Lynn Chua-Jasper Ong 68
SPONSOR — Andy Choi-Lim Kyung Ho 139, June Aquino-Miguel Barreto 141, Deogracias Cristobal-Ramon Cristobal 142, Tonton Asistio-Gimo Asuncion 142, Celerino Cuerpo-Ricardo Hernandez 142.


OVERALL NET — Danilo Yap-George Bico 88, Antonio Cembrano-Federico Marquez 85, Jens Dietter Knuttel-Emmanuel Estrella 79
OVERALL GROSS — Meynard Ko-Loyd Labrador 69, Marvin Luis Mendoza-Justin Pe 69, Ronald Kirby Lachica-Terence Macatangay 66
DIVISION I — Marvin Luis Mendoza-Justin Pe 73, Paulo Conrado Puyat-Jet Mathay 73, Meynard Ko-Loyd Labrador 72
DIVISION II — Jens Dietter Knuttel-Emmanuel Estrella 79, Roberto Figueroa-Ronnie Emata 76, Alvin Cabatit-Augusto Arreza 75
DIVISION III — Lazaro Guintu Jr.-Melchor Bacsa 84, Violeta Pegels-Jeffrey Bautista 75, Leonel Andoyo-Ronald Sandoval 75
DIVISION IV — Danilo Yap-George Bico 88, Antonio Cembrano-Federico Marquez 85, Licerio Sebastian Jr.-Michael Lee 74
SPONSOR — Rodel Mangulabnan-Juan Karloz Alba 135, JB Garcia-Jayar Brillantes 138, Paolo Cagalingan-Raymond Sangil 139.

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