LONDON, England (AP):Chelsea were handed a clearer path to the Premier League title yesterday after a disjointed Tottenham lost 1-0 at West Ham to end a nine-match winning run.The trophy can now be secured for the second time in three seasons by Chelsea over the next week – before Tottenham play again – if Antonio Conte’s side beat Middlesbrough on Monday and West Bromwich Albion on Friday.Chelsea remain four points ahead of Tottenham and have a game in hand. Tottenham’s challenge now is holding on for its highest finish in 54 years in the remaining three games.”It’s nearly impossible,” defender Eric Dier said of Tottenham’s pursuit of a first title since 1961.Mauricio Pochettino’s players were looking lethargic at the Olympic Stadium when Manuel Lanzini punished them in the 65th minute by pouncing after Aaron Cresswell’s cross wasn’t cleared. It was the first time Tottenham had trailed in a league game in a month and the damage would have been heavier had goalkeeper Hugo Lloris not made a diving save to deny Jonathan Calleri.”We started the second half a little bit sloppy, we conceded in the space and the way we conceded the goal in this type of football, when you are fighting for the big things, you feel disappointed,” Pochettino said. “We tried, it was difficult. The performance was not the best.”The visitors could find no way back as West Ham celebrated a signature win in their troubled first season at the main stadium for the 2012 Olympics which Tottenham had tried to secure in a bitter battle that ended up in court.UP SIX PLACESWest Ham turned on the style to foil a Tottenham side usually so energetic and menacing to ease any lingering relegation fears. The victory hauled Slaven Bilic’s team up six places to ninth in the standings after days of public debate about the manager’s futureWhat has proved costly for Tottenham are the dropped points in the opening months of the season. Tottenham were fifth in the standings after 18 games but have won 13 of their last 17 games to unexpectedly challenge Chelsea for the title, outmuscling bigger-spending rivals with a wage bill lower than their rivals in the top six.Now Tottenham are looking down again, holding an eight-point lead over Liverpool with three games to go. Tottenham are still set for a second consecutive season in the Champions League for the first time. But for the second year in a row, the team’s title bid has faltered in the closing weeks of the season.
…Guyana to participate in UN High Level Meeting to end AIDSwith some 8000 persons said to be living with HIV/AIDS in Guyana, Government, through the Public Health Ministry, is hoping that a high-level meeting set to be hosted by the United Nations in New York next month willPublic Health Minister, Dr George Nortonaid in the push towards total eradication.Public Health Minister, Dr George Norton said Guyana and countries across the Caribbean remained in second place, having the highest number of HIV/AIDS cases. They fall just beneath the Sub-Saharan Africa Region. On an average, there are about 5000 new cases diagnosed each year, with at least 200 persons dying from AIDS-related complications.The Minister, along with UN Secretary General Special Envoy, Dr Edward Green and Country Manager UNAIDS for Guyana and Suriname Martin Oudit, met with journalists on Wednesday to brief them on the High Level Meeting. The officials also spoke to the state of affairs in Guyana, as it relates to the epidemic.According to Dr Norton, it is important for Guyana to make representation at the High Level Meeting slated for June 8-10 at the UN Headquarters.At the meeting, UN Member States will be expected to adopt a political declaration on ending AIDS, to scale up the pace of progress and reassess time-bound targets.The UNAIDS Country Manager for Guyana and Suriname said by participating in the meeting to end AIDS, Guyana would be taking part in a unique moment in history. He said focus must remain strong to ensure that gains of the national AIDS response are leveraged rather than lost during this period of transition and hope.He said Guyana has made significant gains in its HIV response over the past decade. According to UNAIDS estimates, in 2015, about three of every five people living with HIV were receiving Antiretroviral therapy (ARV).Meanwhile, Dr Green told journalists that the meeting will attempt to move the world toward the end of AIDS across the world.“What the meeting will do in 2016, it will try to advance our direction in the AIDS epidemic. In 2000, the epidemic was sort of despair. Having the disease was like despair. This is not the case in 2016,” Dr Green said.He related that by the end of 2015, when the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) came to an end, there were advances and reductions in death rates and increased access to ARVs. He said they exceeded that target and AIDS related deaths were reduced by 42 per cent.According to him, the position now reached is that at the High Level Meeting there will be hope for people living with HIV/AIDS. The UN Secretary General Special Envoy said it was also hoped that at the meeting, Guyana and other countries would be able to achieve the objective of fast tracking the response to HIV/AIDS.“We are hoping that at least 90 per cent of the people with HIV be tested and of those, 90 per cent are treated by 2020, bringing the viral load low enough as not to transmit.”Dr Green said “fast tracking” spoke to testing and treatment. It also speaks to prevention. Prevention strategy, he said, means that each country should contribute at least quarter of the budget on health to prevention. “Prevention and treatment are some of the most important issues,” he noted.Another issue that will be focused on is human rights. “People affected and infected by AIDS have human rights and, therefore, the rights to access affordable medicines that is an affordable right. It is the right not to be discriminated against, whether at the workplace, the health centres or through the laws that exist in the country,” Dr Green noted.He said these issues help to discriminate against people and leave many infected persons marginalised. He also said it was hoped that at the end of the meeting, “we will come out with a global consensus of how we can work towards ending HIV/AIDS globally”.
The tournament is the first Future’s Tour tournament of the season, and Dreher has been slated in the tenth grouping to start the event. Her tournament starting tee time is at 8:55 a.m.She will be paired up with Misun Cho, of Cheongju, South Korea and Sofie Andersson of Angelholm, Sweden. The three will begin their tournament on the par-4, 359 yard tenth hole.The 18-hole Lake Region Yacht and Country Club golf course consists of 6,562 yards from its longest tees, and sits at a par 72. According to the LPGA website, the course offers a varying degree of elevation along the fairways, with fast and challenging greens and is an excellent test for all levels of play.- Advertisement -The game of golf may not be the only challenge facing Dreher this weekend, as Mother Nature is also throwing a wrench into her gears. The projected forecast for Winter Haven, Florida during the span of the tournament is cloudy with up to a 40 per cent chance of rain and possible thunderstorms.Despite the less than ideal conditions, a win could mean a significant pay day for Dreher, as last year’s winner took home $15,400.To follow Dreher as she makes her way through the tournament, visit the LPGA’s official website.Advertisement
San Diego Landings Long-range fishing is phenomenal. Captain Tommy Rothery of the Polaris Supreme called the present bite for yellowfin tuna near Cabo San Lucas the best he’s ever seen. “Most of our guys on board have released around 20 yellowfin tuna over 100 pounds,” Rothery said. “Most of the fish released have been in the 160- to 190-pound class.” On the Royal Polaris, skipper Frank Lo Preste said on one day nearly 80 huge tuna were released and more than a dozen topping 200 pounds were kept. “We caught fish just about all day long,” Lo Preste said. “Flat calm weather and as good of fishing as I’ve ever seen.” Closer to home, 15- to 30-pound yellowtail began breezing around the Coronado Islands. Seaforth Sportfishing had several boats call in with 20 or more yellowtail, most taken on the yo-yo iron. Sumo Jr. lures in blue and white, scrambled egg and dorado pattern also have been effective. La Jolla also has produced some good local signal. There has been plenty of squid, and that seems to lure a fair amount of white seabass and yellowtail. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita Channel Islands With the rockfish closure, things have been tough. Wintertime seabass and yellowtail bites are not unheard of but haven’t been seen yet. There has been an occasional calico bass bite, but not much more than that. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Los Angeles/Orange County Landings A ton of squid at Catalina sets things up for a bountiful spring white seabass bite. No signal for croakers yet, but nice weather might lead to an early bite. Commercial squid fishermen report they have not seen this much squid at Catalina in decades. There also is a lot of squid along the coast. Half- and three-quarter-day boats have been picking some nice calico and sand bass using a leadhead and squid rig. Kenny MacDonald of Lomita made a recent trip on the Spitfire and reported 3- to 6-pound sand bass biting. “It’s not wide open,” he said, “but they are all nice, big, fat ones.” There also has been the occasional halibut – a 42-pounder was taken on the Spitfire. Orange County landings have been using live squid to attract sand and calico bass along with occasional halibut and a few white seabass. There also is perch on most days.
Glenfin GAA News: Lotto winning numbers for the 31/05/2016 are 1-2-7-4-3-8-5-6. No Winners. Jackpot for 7/06/2016 is €3500 Minor Board: Under age training: Wednesdays U8 and U10 6.00pm- 7.00pm. U12, U13 & U14 boys 6.00pm to 7.00pm.U8’s and U10’s are both at home to Convoy on Saturday morning the 4th. All player’s to be at the pitch at 10.30am.U14 Boys Championship starts this Friday night the 03/06/2016.Well done to the U12 boys who had another good won on Monday evening against Glenswilly. Our U15 Boys team played in the OG Sport finals last Saturday the 28th. They had a great victory over Buncrana but lost out to St Eunans. Well done on getting to the finals.Out senior and reserves had two great victories on Saturday last in the league. The reserves won on a score of Glenfin 3.12 – Naomh Columba 2.08. Our senior team got two much needed points on a score of Glenfin 2.06 Naomh Columba 1.07.Both teams are away to Killybegs next Sunday the 5th at 1.30pm and 3pmThe senior ladies had a great victory over Carndonagh on Monday the 30th on a score of Glenfin 7-12 Carndonagh 1.02.The 3rd team are playing Glenswilly tonight Wednesday in Errigal college field in Letterkenny at 7.30. All players to be there at 7pm. Field on left above hospital.Details of tickets for Donegal V Fermanagh game on Sunday the 12th of June are as follows Terrace adult €15 OAP and students €10 U16 free. Stand adult €25 OAP €15. All orders to be in by midnight on the 1st of June. For more details contact Kate McGlynn on 0877952880. Club Jackets are now available to buy, Polo Shirts, training tops and other items should be available shortly. Get your order in now to Kathleen McGlynn on 0877952880, Sean Bonner on 0872608539 or Francie F Marley on 0872414714.Any manager or club member who would like to put information into the club notes can do so by sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org or texting 0872052481.GAA NEWS: GLENFIN U12’S EARN BRILLIANT WIN OVER GLENSWILLY was last modified: June 1st, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAAglenfinSport
Kisalita will be at Wakiso till June 2022. (WAKISO PHOTO)WAKISO – Barely a week after securing the services of defender Hassan Wasswa Dazo until, Wakiso Giants have extended the stay of another of their most important players.The player in question is versatile midfielder Ayub Kisalita.Like Dazo, Kisalita has extended his stay with the Wakiso based side until June 2022.Kisalita joined the club in 2018 from Express FC and has made over 17 appearances in all competitions for Wakiso this season.At one point in his career, he was tagged as the future of Uganda’s defence and holding midfield but sadly, Kisalita has failed to live up to the expectations.He graduated from the Joogo Academy, the feeder set-up for Uganda Premier League record champions SC Villa.“I’m very happy with everything that involves the club, my teammates, the staff and the management team, said Kisaliita after signing the new contract at Wakiso.“This was the main reason I signed.“I’m very happy because they have treated me very well since the first day I got here and am looking for many more seasons here.The midfielder cum defender has been a very important pillar as the Purple Sharks who are seeking to gain promotion to the StarTimes Uganda Premier League next season.Kisaliita who started out his career as a right back believes the team can do great things and is looking forward to helping them gain promotion.“We have a good team so we just need to be focused and if we are at 100%, we have lots of chances to do great things starting with helping the team to gain promotion.Kisalita is expected to be in action when Wakiso hosts Entebbe FC on Thursday next week.Wakiso Giants take on Entebbe FC next week.Wakiso is currently leading the Elgon Group of the 2018/19 FUFA Big League, by 5 points and require only two more so as to reach the top flight next season.Comments Tags: Ayub KisalitaFUFA Big League 2018/19Hassan Wasswa DazoStarTimes Uganda Premier LeagueWakiso Giants
WARRIORS UPDATE: The Warriors will be without All-Star guard D’Angelo … Scroll down to get insights and news updates from the Warriors’ game when they start their road trip in Houston against James Harden and Russell Westbrook.GAME ESSENTIALS: Warriors (2-5) vs. Rockets (4-3) at Toyota Center, Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. (PT). TV: NBCS, ESPN.ODDS: Rockets -15.5.2019 SERIES: First meeting. LAST REGULAR-SEASON MEETING: Warriors d. Rockets, 106-104 in Houston on March 13, 2019.
After trying a variety of ventilation approaches, I’ve settled on exhaust-only ventilation systems with ventilation rates that are on the low side of most recommendations.Most third-party certified green building standards require homes to have mechanical ventilation systems capable of providing 7.5 cfm of fresh air per occupant plus 1 cfm per 100 square feet of conditioned space. As explained in Martin Holladay’s excellent overview of ventilation options, this requirement is based on ventilation rates established by ASHRAE Standard 62.2.Ventilation schemes inspire vigorous debate, as evidenced by the 40 responses to Martin’s article. This is how I do it and why. Other builders may have differing climates and indoor air pollutants to contend with and will therefore choose different solutions. I’m still struggling with several issues, including the question of passive air inlets.You don’t want to bring in too much humid airHere in North Carolina, the outdoor air is often oppressively humid. Because we’ve eliminated many of the sources of indoor air contamination, I feel that the ventilation rate recommended by ASHRAE 62.2 rate is excessive — especially when work and school schedules often mean that a home’s occupancy level is low.My solution has been to use a simple and inexpensive form of exhaust-only ventilation controlled by very robust and attractive Lutron MS-OPS5AM or the slightly less attractive Watt Stopper RS-250 occupancy sensors with adjustable timers. These controls give me the fresh air I need when people are in the home but automatically scale back when the people are gone.Do the math firstTo provide 7.5 cfm per occupant, we need to provide 7.5 x 60 = 450 cubic feet per occupant per hour. That can be provided by a 110-cfm bath fan (hood tested at 80 cfm actual) for 5.6 minutes. If the average individual spends 12 hours per day at home and 12 hours away from home, we need to run that bath fan 5.6 minutes times 12 hours — or 67.5 minutes per day — to provide adequate fresh air for that occupant.If some of the occupants are teenagers or adult children who only occupy the home intermittently, there should be a mechanism by which the house can dynamically respond to variations in occupancy levels. Time-delay occupancy sensors (used as bath fan switches) allow the home to respond to varying occupancies without conscious input from the homeowners.We set the master bath fan at a 30-minute time delay. This is based on the assumption that it will get triggered on average four times a day by two occupants.We put the kids’ bath fan on a 15-minute delay and the powder room on a 15-minute delay. If the kids are away at school, there will be no additional ventilation (since their bath will not see any use), but during a family reunion the venting will be stepped up automatically.We use Energy Star rated 110-cfm Panasonic bath fans, but any Energy Star rated bath fan will do. Our flow-hood testing has shown that a 110-cfm fan actually removes about 80 cfm, so that is what we design for. It is essential to have your Energy Star certifier or HVAC contractor verify the output of the fan to confirm the efficacy of your timer calculations. You may also want to adjust the timer settings upwards if the homeowners have a lot of houseplants or pets.This is just one way to do it — there are many different approachesOur goal is to provide balanced and filtered makeup air for the exhaust-only ventilation system, so we provide designed exhaust and a balancing intake.Some builders put a filtered fresh-air duct from the exterior to the return-air duct of the HVAC system. However, with this approach the volume of makeup air changes with the operation of the HVAC system rather than with building occupancy. On the hottest and coldest days of the year, when the HVAC system is operating for many hours per day, the home does not need additional makeup air.Joe Lstiburek’s Building Science Corporation and Masco’s System Vision program advise using a FanCycler timer combined with an intake vent from the exterior to the return-air plenum. During the swing seasons (spring and fall), when the HVAC blower rarely operates, the FanCycler energizes the HVAC fan on a schedule to assure adequate ventilation. The FanCycler control also shuts a motorized damper when necessary (usually in very cold or very hot weather) to prevent overventilation.According to Brian Coble of Advaned Energy, however, homeowners tend to disable these devices. (We designed Coble’s house and therefore got to spend a lot of time talking building science with him.)Some builders, especially those in the North, design their ventilation systems around Energy Recovery Ventilators, generally using them in place of bath fans. This is a very valid solution if you can locate the filters in easily accessible locations and if your budget can handle the $2,000 installed cost.Passive air intakes are still a good idea (I think …)We still use a passive intake air vent to provide for the clothes dryer (which needs up to 200 cfm of makeup air) and the range hood (which can need well over 100 cfm). Even a sealed-combustion wood stove needs enough air to minimize smoking when you are loading the wood.We know that the houses we build do have air leaks; flow-hood testing on homes with air changes of less than 2 ach at 50 pascals depressurization (<2 ach-50) shows the passive intake vents typically provide 50 cfm for every 80 removed from house by bath fans. we generally locate a behind dryer in laundry room. we choose this location because is used much more than range hood and don’t want to use conditioned air dry clothes. we butterfly dampers prevent vent back-drafting. lately, though, we’ve switched cape dampers, also called “nylon sock” (see photo supply information below). these are sensitive durable dampers. they make that irritating “tink tink” sound as open close. sock can be located directly wall horizontal orientation, so end up taking less room installation. (butterfly need oriented vertically little difficult integrate into room.) to keep pollen insects entering house, install washable range-hood filters. easy inspection cleaning, filters installed at an accessible on exterior of house. Variations and ambiguityMartin’s suggestion that we eliminate passive intakes and rely instead on random envelope leakage is very compelling. This is an issue I’ve been struggling with, and one that I have been arguing with my Energy Star / Builders Challenge rater about.One cold-climate builder told me that he pulls his fresh-air intake through a long section of six-inch steel duct in his conditioned crawl. This appraoch pre-warms the incoming air, reducing the chance of cooling the laundry room too much in cold weather.When we build on a sealed crawl space we will generally install a Panasonic 80-cfm bath fan in the crawl space to continually cycle 80 cfm of air from the conditioned space into the crawl space and out through a 4-in. steel duct. This appraoch keeps the crawl space depressurized with respect to the conditioned space above. There are a lot of variations on the concept, and many have value. There is still much ambiguity in the building code, and in some cases the intent of the building code and green building standards are unclear.With green building’s emphasis on eliminating sources of indoor air pollution, a good argument can be made that it’s acceptable to ventilate a certified green home at a rate that is less than the rate recommend by the ASHRAE 62.2 standard. If I can use really good and quiet bath fans and a few $32 occupancy sensors to achieve my indoor air quality objective — without the cost of an ERV — then I can use that money for a better thermal envelope.Sources of supply:R.E.Williams Industrial SupplyPanasonic fan/light, $149Cape back-draft damper, $21.50 Lutron MS-OPS5AM occupancy sensor, $32 Watt stopper RS-250, $32 (not as attractive as the Lutron)We’ve had an unacceptable failure rate with the Cooper 6109 occupancy sensors sold in the big box stores, and we now avoid them.
“We will see much more of him. Top 10 for sure.”He added that he did not want to put too much pressure and expectation on Chung as “I don’t think it’s fair”.But he said: “I think he’s going to have a lot of success. At what stage, how much, we will see.”Chung’s unexpected run to be the first South Korean in a Grand Slam semi-final has drawn new fans to the sport in his homeland where tennis lags far behind golf and baseball in the popularity stakes.It also sparked top television ratings and a spike in sales of tennis gear, with Chung set to return home far more famous, and richer, than when he left.ADVERTISEMENT Read Next Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding One of his key takeaways was the confidence it had given him.“A lot of confidence. I played a lot of good players in the last two weeks. I can play, like, more comfortable on the court with the great players like Roger.” Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Halep and Wozniacki aim for Australian Open first Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Switzerland’s Roger Federer makes a forehand return to South Korea’s Hyeon Chung during their semifinal at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Friday, Jan. 26, 2018. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)MELBOURNE, Australia — Roger Federer hailed Chung Hyeon as a future top 10 player Friday after the South Korean’s Australian Open came to a painful end at the hands of the Swiss maestro.The defending champion was leading 6-1, 5-2 and in full control when Chung retired with foot blisters, bringing the curtain down on a breakout tournament in which he announced himself as a future star in the making.ADVERTISEMENT Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Slow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises The 21-year-old sent 12-time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic packing in the fourth round, although the Serb was carrying an injury and not at his best.But he also accounted for fourth seed Alexander Zverev in his best Grand Slam showing so far.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutIn 20 years at the top, Federer has seen plenty of players come and go and only had praise for the youngster.“I think he is already a great player, but we are talking next level excellence and I think he will achieve that,” said Federer, who is into his 30th Grand Slam final as he chases a 20th major title. 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting View comments LATEST STORIES Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Red rawMany Koreans were glued to their televisions watching him on Friday, with fan Park Meing-Cheon brought to tears in Seoul.“Unfortunately, with the blister wounds on his toes, I couldn’t help crying earlier on,” she said.Yoon Ji-Su, from Anyang City, forecast great things from him moving forward.“Although the injury is a pity, I hope he recovers well, and I believe there will be great results in the next French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open,” he said.Nicknamed “The Professor” due to his trademark thick white-rimmed glasses, Chung said he retired because his blisters were “red raw”.Despite the anti-climax, he said it was great experience and he was “really honoured” to be on the same court as Federer.“I enjoyed the two weeks, on court and off court. I’m just really happy,” he said.“For sure, I played really good in the last two weeks. I made first round of 16, quarters and play Sascha (Zverev), Novak, Roger. I had a really good experience.“I think I can play better and better in the future.” MOST READ
LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Photo by tristan tamayo/INQUIRERAlaska remained in the hunt for a playoff spot in the PBA Governors’ Cup after taking down Globalport, 101-88, Friday at Mall of Asia Arena.The Aces, who lost the first six games of the conference, won its second straight to improve to 2-6 and climbed to the 10th spot while the Batang Pier slipped to 3-5.ADVERTISEMENT Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Murphey Holloway had 25 points to lead the Batang Pier with 25 points and nine rebounds.Globalport point guard Stanley Pringle was absent from the game as he went back to the United States to mourn the passing of his father.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next A strong fourth quarter push propelled Alaska over the Batang Pier with Calvin Abueva and Noy Baclao scoring all of their combined 20 points in the period as the Aces outscored Globalport, 34-21, in the final 12 minutes.“I’m happy to see these guys put together another win,” said Aces head coach Alex Compton in Filipino. “Because during our 14-game losing streak there were times when we were ahead then the other team will catch up and now instead of folding we bounced back and that’s the thing I’ve been waiting to see.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingAlaska was in the worst period of its storied history when it lost 14 straight games dating back to the Commissioner’s Cup before the Aces broke the curse in Pampanga beating San Miguel, 90-79.LeDontae Henton put up a massive double-double of 31 points and 21 rebounds to lead Alaska while Calvin Abueva finished with 12 points and five boards. San Sebastian repulses EAC to even slate at 5-5 Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo View comments Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul MOST READ