3rd District gains lead in ISSC Meet

first_imgILOILO City – Congressional DistrictSports Association (CDSA) 3 took the top spot in the medal standings of theongoing Iloilo School Sports Council Meet 2019 after three days of competition. ILOPRISAA also netted a gold in chessfrom Checy Alina Telesforo and Cherisse Gomez in secondary girls standard. As of Wednesday afternoon, CDSA 3 tookthe top spot after garnering 53 gold, 26 silver and 42 bronze medals. ILOPRISAA follows at second with38-11-8, while CDSA 4 is at third with 30-28-34. ILOPRISAA notched most of its gold inbadminton with Maria Arvana Belen and Ysabel Aurora Amora ruling the secondarygirls doubles. Lyrden Laborte and Jochelle Alvarez topped the men’s and women’ssingles. Joshua Villa added a silver in 48 kg,while Sheena Alag had a bronze in 52 kg girls. ISSC’s John Rafael Santiago and EricBinas also won golds in elementary boys doubles tennis event./PNcenter_img INTEGRATED MEET. Players light this sports urn to officially start the 2019 Iloilo Schools Sports CouncilMeet at the Iloilo Sports Complex in La Paz, Iloilo City on Dec. 7, 2019. This annual sports event aims toselect Iloilo city and province’s athletes to the Western Visayas Regional Athletic Association Meet next year. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN CDSA 4 bagged golds in swimming relayfrom Wyne Kate Alcoran, Merilyn Gronifillo, Kyla Marie Belicena and AngelaSespene; Angelo Mosaso and Ryan Villaruel in badminton doubles, and Leanne Pamaand Christine Juanico in singles. CDSA 5, meanwhile, captured theirgolds in wushu courtesy of Mary Rose Agustin, Joey Bullos Jr., Reshwin Tero andDerrick Cha. Swimmer Kyla Soguilon topped the100-meter backstroke and 50-meter butterfly while Jillian Bata netted a gold inelementary girls backstroke before taking silver with Ella Dela Vega, KathrynneBibit and Phoebe Payofilin in relay. Wushu bet Jansen Pareja of CDSA 3captured two golds in the boys 52 and 48 kilograms category. last_img

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