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2009 NAT’L PRISAA
Double gold for WV’s
chess, taekwondo teams
WOMEN’S BADMINTON CHAMPION, TOO
BY NIDA BUENAFE

The National Capital Region may reign in swimming and rule most events in athletics, but not in chess and taekwondo where Western Visayas captured the men and women’s crown in National PRISAA Games in Naga City.

The West Visayans also bagged the gold in women’s badminton as the team coached by Joy Robinson of Iloilo Doctors’s College turned back opposition from different regions to finish on top.

The champion badminton players were Rosalie Soberano, Shiela Ledesma, Jenen Llena of Riverside College and Analyn Alba of IDC.

Escalante dominates
Panaad boxing tourney

BY NIDA BUENAFE

With four of its boxers winning the gold and one pug taking home the silver, Escalante City was declared overall champion in this year’s Panaad Sa Negros Amateur Boxing Tournament at the Cabana Area of Pana-ad Park and Stadium in Bacolod City.

Sagay City finished first runner-up two gold medals and four bronzes.

Escalante’s Mark Anthony Camacho, Ronnie Morata, James Mahinay and Roldan Aldea defeated their respective opponents in their weight categories to deliver the gold for Escalante.

Class ’73, ‘89 top
NOHS bowlfest

Class ’73 Globelines stopped Class ’82 to win the premiere Class A division for five straight consecutive years while Class ’89 prevailed in Class B category of the just-concluded Negros Occidental High School Inter-Class Alumni Bowling Tournament at the Super Lanes of the Goldenfield Commercial Complex in Bacolod City.

It was the first title for Class ’89 since joining the event three years ago.

Carrying the colors for the Globelines were Felipe Boy Romero, Hernand Garciniego, Gene Guanzon, Jessie Torres, Francis Divinagracia, Bert Aragon, Grace Garcia Ong, Grace Zollinger and Jose Butch Villagracia.

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