Panabo City hauls 35 medals in Batang Pinoy Mindanao Leg
It was the first time that Panabo City sent a delegation as a separate competing team to the Batang Pinoy Mindanao Qualifying Leg in Pagadian City, September 10-14, 2014.
After five days of competition, Panabo City athletes aged 15 and below hauled 10 gold, 10 silver and 15 bronze medals with Bernice Arabelle Elesterio getting four golds in Swimming events.
The following are the winners and qualifiers for the national level with their events and medals: Clark Ortega, Archery – one gold, four silver and one bronze; Ryan Dave Pecolados, Archery – one silver and one bronze, Bejay Namocot , Archery – two bronze; Michael Justine Perez, Badminton – one bronze; Japhet Aaron Caresosa, Chess – one gold and one bronze; Bernice Arabelle Elesterio, Swimming – four golds; Angeline Jain, Swimming – one silver and two bronze; Karen Paquera and Christian Caong, Table Tennis Mixed Doubles – one silver; Kimberly Rogador, Taekwondo – gold; Keith Soria, Taekwondo – silver; Nathalie Sanchez, Erika Daniel Plaza and Alex Landicho, Taekwondo – bronze; Jerald Cantero, John Benedic Cadavido and Jhun Rick Carcedo, Boxing – gold; Kenrith Magpatoc and Jowellan Cantero, Boxing – silver; Myrwen Aballe, Jerald Fabricante, Jake Sone Saludar and Joesh Pelipas Niez, Boxing – bronze.
The contingent is highly supported by the LGU of Panabo City headed by Mayor Jose Silvosa and Vice Mayor James Gamao with all councillors particularly Councilors Emeterio Blasé and Emmanuel Pamisaran together with Panabo City Sports Coordinator Alfonso Bascon, former Councilor Jovito Glodo and Erna Lumandong while for the DepEd Panabo City are Superintendent Ma. Ines Asuncion, Mr. Apolinario Macabulos, Dr. Raul Gacus, Mr. Peter Mijares, Mr. Ronnie Mercado and Mr. Celestino Revamonte.
Based from the guidelines issued by Philippine Sports Commission (PSC), Batang Pinoy is an open tournament for children 15 years old and below.
Based on the Batang Pinoy calendar year 2014, an athlete must be born in 1999 and the years thereafter.
Representation is strictly by Local Government Unit (LGU). This may be in the form of provincial, city, municipality and barangay representation. No athlete shall be accepted without accreditation of a particular LGU.
Batang Pinoy is also open to all Filipino whether by birth or naturalized. Foreign-Pinoy may also join provided he/she represents a particular LGU. An athlete shall represent only one (1) LGU. No tournament or participation fee shall be collected by the Host LGU and PSC.
All the winners will represent the City of Panabo to the National Finals in Bacolod City on December 9-13, 2014.
Lady tanker terminates medal dryspell for Panabo City Division
GALLERY OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Various Photos of the Activities of Panabo City Division for SY 2014-2015.
Visit of the Regional Monitoring Team headed by RD Nenita E. Lumaad on September 1, 2014.