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LCC Tinabu-ay champ

The 50-member La Consolacion College contingent grabbed the top prize in this year’s Tinabu-ay street-dancing and arena competitions, at Murcia’s 151st Jubilee and the Feast of Immaculate Conception yesterday.

The LCCians wowed the jampacked Murcia bandstand area, a press release from Murcia said.

The Robert Asong-mentored group won P15,000 in cash and a glass trophy presented by Mayor Andrew Montelibano and Vice Mayor Gerry Rojas.

LCC-Murcia also won the best in choreography award, best in street-dancing and best in arena performance.

 The panel of judges was composed of Jean Jean Tibus-Kooken, May Castillo, Segundino Jesu Cabalcar, Glenn Recaido, Ronnie Baldonado and Zandro Flores. Each special citation was accompanied by a trophy and P2,000 prize, the press release said.

Cansilayan National High School that won P10,000 as first runner-up was also named best in production design.

Second runner-up was Murcia National High School, who received P8,000 and a trophy.

The four other contingents were the Minoyan National High School, Open Bible Christian Academy, Alegria National High School and Lopez Jaena National High School.

Non-winners received consolation of P5,000 each from the mayor, on top of the P10,000 subsidy for their preparations for the contest, the press release added.*




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