7 Cor­pus Christi bets lead Milo Olympics list for out­stand­ing ath­letes

Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro - - Sports - By JAIME A. FRIAS II

AT least seven ath­letes from so-called `Home of Cham­pi­ons’ Cor­pus Christi School of Cagayan de Oro were feted among the best in Min­danao as Most Out­stand­ing Ath­letes of the 21st Milo Lit­tle Olympics con­cluded here re­cently at Don Gre­go­rio Pe­laez Sports Cen­ter.

Con­ferred with the MVP awards on Satur­day’s awards rites at the Limketkai Mall were Cor­pus Christi’s Shaira Bonita (sec­ondary girls ar­nis), Chris Ocan­gas (sec. Bas­ket­ball), Gwen Es­carda (sec­ondary girls chess), Jelou Loor (gym­nas­tics), Janna Mae Pac­ulba (ta­ble ten­nis), Ella Bualat (elem’s bad­minton girls), Nino An­thony Neri (ta­ble ten­nis).

Age­less Meg­do­nio `Megs’ Llam­era, the event’s long­time or­ga­nizer, an­nounced the com­plete list of in­di­vid­ual awardees in sec­ondary and ele­men­tary lev­els as fol­low: Rhanny James Ba­gaipo of Agu­san Na­tional High School (ar­nis boys), Clint Nino Neri of Cug­man Na­tional High School (ath­let­ics boys), Em­ma­lyn Taypin of Valencia City Na­tional High School (ath­let­ics girls), Agustin Al­varez of Notre Dame-Siena School of Mar­bel (bad­minton boys), Ma. Lour­des Ba­banto of Xavier Univer­sity High School (bad­minton girls), Chris­tian Aquino of Misamis Ori­en­tal Gen­eral Com­pre­hen­sive High School (chess boys), Dale Anoya of Holy Cross High School-Bukid­non (foot­ball), Kirk Za­mayla of Prois In­ter­na­tional Chris­tian School Sys­tem (karatedo boys), Ma. Alyssa Icayan of Jasaan Na­tional High School (karatedo girls), Ri­cardo Inovero of MOGCHS (scrab­ble), El­cor Gua­jo­tor Jr. of Tala­iron Na­tional High School (sepak takraw), Chad Russell Es­pinas of In­fant Je­sus School of Bukid­non (swim­ming boys), Kelsey Claire Jau­dian of Shalom Crest Wiz­ard (swim­ming girls), James Anoc of Agu­san NHS (ta­ble ten­nis boys), El­rique Vinzo Or­cales of Gusa Re­gional Sci­ence High School (taek­wondo boys), Lu­nalie Jorie Su­ma­tra of St. Mary’s School (taek­wondo girls), John Jem Gupit of Lanao del Norte Na­tional Com­pre­hen­sive High School (lawn ten­nis boys), An­drie Cuevas of Lanao del Norte NCHS (lawn ten­nis girls), Kobe Daniel Meranda of Davao City Na­tional High School (vol­ley­ball boys) and Marean Oman­dan of Ili­gan City Na­tional High School (vol­ley­ball girls).

The rest of Most Out­stand­ing Ath­letes in ele­men­tary di­vi­sion are James Clark Ba­c­ulio of El Sal­vador City Cen­tral School (ar­nis boys), Zeenah Rey So­ri­ano of South City Cen­tral School (ar­nis girls), Jun­rey Man­gu­bat of Bu­lua Cen­tral School (ath­let­ics boys), Mur­phy Dale Nan­gan (ath­let­ics girls), Matt Cedrick Ledda of Koron­adal South­ern Ele­men­tary School

(bad­minton boys), Louise Gabriel Berou of School of the Morn­ing Star (bas­ket­ball), Joel Lawrence of Bu­lua Cen­tral School (chess boys), Ruelle Canino of Kauswa­gan Cen­tral School (chess girls), Aaron Ma­gadan of Ro­se­vale School (foot­ball), Princess An Talip of City Cen­tral School (gym­nas­tics), Jay­bie Lipon­hay of Col­le­gio de Sto. Nino de Jasaan (karatedo boys), Dan­eryl Gay­mara of Col­le­gio de Sto. Nino de Jasaan (karatedo girls), Marco Bal­hon of City Cen­tral (scrab­ble), Joshua Pelias of Bon­bon Ele­men­tary School (sepak takraw), Ivo Niko­lai Enot of Cole­gio de San Ignacio (swim­ming boys), Thea Canda of Holy Trin­ity Col­lege (swim­ming girls), Lyka Lau­resta of Maca-Opao ES (ta­ble ten­nis girls), Rey An­gelo Ma­ca­pundag of Malay­balay City Cen­tral School (taek­wondo boys), Yan­nah An­gela Abu­cay of St. Mary’s School (taek­wondo girls), Kian John Sanchez of South City Cen­tral School (lawn ten­nis boys), Ivory Novic Ma­li­nis of Mara­mag Cen­tral School (lawn ten­nis girls), Ivan Du­ge­nio of Ig­pit Ele­men­tary School (vol­ley­ball boys) and Tr­isha Ma­bel Es­coti of Sto. Nino Cen­tral ES (vol­ley­ball girls).

REY NAM­BATAC. Sup­plied Photo

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