Sunday, December 11, 2005

CSC Lawn Tennis, Dance Sport teams
declared Bicol SCUAA meet champions

A respectable two championship trophies, courtesy of men’s Lawn Tennis team and the Dance Sport quartet, prevented a dismal shut-out of the Catanduanes State Colleges contingent in the 2005 Region V State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (SCUAA) Meet last November 27-December 1, 2006 at Camarines Sur State Agricultural Colleges, Pili, Camarines Sur.

Powered by ace netters John Kim Belangel, Angelo Antonio Peña Jr, Roberto Tria Jr and Ernesto Tabor Jr., the CSC men’s Lawn Tennis successfully wrestled for the championship crown, bringing in the much-needed shot in the arm to the CSC delegation. They were coached by Prof. Hector B. Abada and trained by Mr. Edwin Romero.

Meanwhile, Dance Sport pairs Ryan Molod and Mariette Lacson and Alfredo Suarez and Christine Jane Tan demonstrated their winning terpsichorean skills in the ballroom dance competition, eventually lording over contenders from state colleges and universities in Region V.

Molod and Lacson prevailed in Latin American Dance category while Suarez and Tan ruled in the Standard Ballroom category. They were coached by Prof. Amelia B. Armea. They earned the right to represent the CSC in the said competition by winning in the local elimination contest spearheaded by the CSC Office of Student Affairs a week before the SCUAA meet.

The CSC Athletics Team likewise produced Gold medals courtesy of Rodel Santos, 1st Place, Javelin Throw and 1st Place, Discus Throw and Denver Dacumos, 1st Place, Long Jump and 1st Place, 200 Meter Dash. His team likewise earned Gold in the 4 x 100 meter relay.

Bagging Silvers were Rodel Santos, Shot Put; Denver Dacumos and teammates, 4 x 400 meter relay; Amador Bernardo, 200-meter dash; Henry Bon, 800 meter run and another one for Amador Bernardo in 100-meter dash.

Denver Dacumos finished third in the 100-meter dash while Henry Bon and Jonathan Rojas clinched in the 4th spot in the 1,500-meter run and 400 meter dash respectively.

Krisna Davie Angeles captured two Golds for her almost peerless performance in the Javelin Throw and Shot Put competition.

Other placers in the Women’s Athletics are: Eziel Teston and team, 4th place, 4 x 100 meter relay; Edna Isidoro, 4th place, Discuss Throw, women; Helen Bagadiong, 4th Place, Shot Put, Women; Eziel Teston, 4th place, 100 meter dash and Mary Dealagdaon, 6th place, 100 meter dash.

The CSC’s Swimming Team, both men and women, were adjudged fourth place in the overall medal standing.

The CSC Volleyball Men garnered the First Runner Up trophy. Softball women bagged the Third Runner Up honors while Lawn Tennis Women finished fourth. Other team sports placers were Table Tennis men, 3rd Runner Up, Chess Men, 3rd Runner Up and Basketball men, 4th Place. (GSR)

The CSC’s DANCESPORT TEAM- Christine Jane Tan, Alfredo Suarez, Mariette Lacson and Ryan Molod flanked by Dr. Asuncion V. Asetre, CSC President, Prof. Amelia B. Armea, coach and CSC PE Department chair, (left) together with the team’s chaperon Mrs. Crisanta Lacson and training assistant, Michael Lucas. (CSC PHOTO)