The rank one and five spots were all from Davao Re­gion

Sun.Star Davao - - TOP STORIES - BY RANDIE COMILANG / Re­porter

A grad­u­ate of the Univer­sity of South­east­ern Philip­pines (Usep)-Davao thought that it was just a prank when he saw his name in the top one spot in the re­cent re­sults of the Se­condary Ed­u­ca­tion LET 2018.

Fran­cis Dave Ca­bant­ing of the Usep-Davao and Sa­muel John Par­reño of the Univer­sity of Min­danao (UM)-Di­gos were ranked first in this year's LET Se­condary Ed­ca­tion with 92.80 per­cent rat­ing.

Ca­bant­ing said in an in­ter­view with Sun­Star Davao that he did not be­lieve at first be­cause he thought it was just a prank, adding that he was thank­ful to God and his fam­ily es­pe­cially that it was his birth­day last Fri­day, the day the LET re­sults was re­leased.

Me­lyn Joy Canomay of UM Di­gos placed sec­ond along with a grad­u­ate from Univer­sity of South­ern Min­danao-Kaba­can gar­ner­ing 92.60.

Adelfa C. Lav­illa of Com­postela Val­ley State Col­lege-Mara­gu­san and Ivony Fabronero Pana­gui­ton of John Paul II Col­lege earned top three spot with 92.40 along with a stu­dent from Suri­gao State Col­l­lege of Tech­nol­ogy.

Nor­man An­thony Cuizon of Ate­neo de Davao Univer­sity (Addu), Arnie Boy Obeda Guit­guit of UM-Davao and Jorem Prince Elisan Verola of Com­postela Val­ley State Col­lege gar­nered 92.20 per­cent, plac­ing in top four along with a grad­u­ate from Philip­pine Nor­mal Univer­sity-Min­danao.

Plac­ing in the Top 5 are all grad­u­ates from Davao re­gion schools: Ellen Mae T. Gonato of UM Di­gos; Rhodel Chris­tian G. Itang of Cor Jesu Col­lege in Di­gos, Davao del Sur; James Bryan Cu­pang Ranes of Davao Ori­en­tal State Col­lege of Science and Tech­nol­ogy; and Mariel Diones Vil­lasen­cio of Usep Tagum, gar­ner­ing an av­er­age of 92.00 per­cent.

Nelvin Quirol Balili of Kole­hiyo ng Pan­tukan-Com­postela Val­ley, Nessie Bem M. Bersabe of UM-Di­gos, Kim­berly Shayne L. Cabahug of AdDU, Ledi­son L. Castillo of Usep-Davao, Shawn CJ A. Col­man and Joseph Roi T. Mak­il­ing of UM-Davao, Risando A. Namoc Jr. of Cor Jesu Col­lege-Di­gos and Stephanie Caya­ban Pablo of Saint Mary's Col­lege-Tagum shared the top six spot along with two other stu­dents from dif­fer­ent re­gions earn­ing 91.80 per­cent.

Justin Ju­mar B. Aceron of Davao del Norte State Col­lege, Char­maen­lou T. Alam­payan of Usep-Tagum and Jeramie C. Cor­son­ado of UM-Davao and Nahur Ibrahim Hasan of UM-Di­gos were placed in the sev­enth rank along with six other grad­u­ates of dif­fer­ent uni­ver­si­ties, hav­ing an av­er­age of 91.60 per­cent.

Cle­ment John Cor­dova of UM-Pan­abo, Diane Fe C. Galan of UM-Davao, John­ryl B. Gar­zon of Cor Jesu Col­lege-Di­gos, Jea Farida R. Guroalim of South­ern Philip­pines Agri-Busi­ness and Marine Aquatic School of Tech­nol­ogy (Spa­mast)-Malita, Louine Mae Rep­utana Leop­ar­das of Davao Ori­en­tal State Col­lege of Science and Tech­nol­ogy, Michael Car­illo Morre Jr of Com­postela Val­ley Col­lege-Main, Jayson Kitts C. Po­quita of Com­postela Val­ley State Col­lege-Mara­gu­san and Jelord Ros­alta of Spa­mast-Malita are all in top 8, along with seven other grad­u­ates from dif­f­ent re­gions gar­ner­ing 91.40 per­cent.

While Dorena Criszel R. Al­daya of Cor Jesu Col­lege-Di­gos, Baby Joy P. Naquila of Saint Peter's Col­lege of To­ril, Ab­bie Hazel A. Su­ganan of UM-Davao, Tom Paulie M. Ton­gol of UMTagum and Agan Mark Vil­lasan of Cor Jesu Col­lege-Di­gos are all in ninth spot with 91.20 per­cent, along with five other grad­u­ates from Lu­zon and Min­danao.

Ja­nine Marie Abre­gana of Cor Jesu Col­lege-Di­gos, Alecs Kristin B. Calawag of Davao del Norte State Col­lege, Jean Haspe D. Cañafor of Usep-Davao, Maria Ju­lianne Kris­tine J. Cos­ning of UM-Davao, An­jie B. Dum­lao of UM-Tagum, Rey Almer L. Gin­dap of Saint Mary's Col­lege-Tagum, Ellen Grace M. Mi­cu­tan of UMDavao, Pa­trick Jules E. Pal of Holy Cross of Davao Col­lege, Jus­tine Daph­nie Sal­va­cion of Cor Jesu Col­lege-Di­gos and Mer­jun A. Tug­nao of UM-Di­gos placed in the tenth spot with per­cent­age rate of 91.00, to­gether with eight other stu­dents from dif­fer­ent re­gions.

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