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National Champions/ Finalists:
Jun Marvic Natu-el
Emilio Alimon III
Dante Samonte III
James Inno Guanzon
Seth Jego Balibalos
Krissa Mae Mationg
John Blisse Del Castillo
Jan Gabriel Sobrevega
Jasmine Claire Veniegas
Razhel Gee Mengullo
Carlos Hilado III
J R Torrato
Fritz Alrich Sampang
Alliah Minn Sampang
Ferlie Mae Lall
Zcesar Rein Florete
Romeo Claud Gemanel
>>>Check this out (The Visayan Daily Star)http://www.visayandailystar.com/2013/September/18/sportnews1.htm
Jack & Jill School continues to produce champion karatekas as six grade school students from JJS City Heights and Homesite campuses secured gold medals in the 2013 NOPSSCEA Karatedo tournament held at the University of St. La Salle-IS Covered Court over the weekend.
John Lander Corpus won two gold medals for JJS City Heights in 12-year-old intermediate boys kata (forms) and kumite (sparring), while Ferlie Mae Lall also plucked two gold medals in 10-11 years old intermediate girls kata and kumite.
Alec Terence Ledesma, also of JSS City Heights, brought home a gold and silver after ruling the 16-17 year-old boys novice kata and kumite, while it was a silver and bronze for Ralf Basuel in the 10-11 year-old intermediate boys kata and kumite.
Two more silver medals were captured by Ritz Humphry Atanacio and Darcy De Jose from the 8-9 year-old intermediate boys kata and 10-11 year-old novice boys kata, respectively.
Completing the medal haul for JSS City Heights were the bronze medals won by Ramil Cortez in the 14-15 year-old novince boys kata and Ryan Atanacio in 14-15 year-old intermediate boy kata event.
Meanwhile, Carlo Samonte gave JJS Homesite campus a gold medal after topping the 8-9 year-old boys kumite and a bronze in the novice kata.
Alliah Minn Sampang finished with two silvers in 10-11 years old intermediate girls kata and kumite, while Claud Gemanel settled for bronze in the same age group in boys kumite.
Coach Randy Mengullo said that this year's accomplishment of the JJS karatekas underscored the continuing tradition for Jack and Jill Schools to produce karate champions both in the local and regional competitions and even in the national scene.
Along with the other JJS coaches, he said they continue to supervise and train the young karate athletes even after they leave the halls of their alma mater.
Mengullo also cited JJS grade school alumni members who excelled in their respective event in this year's NOPSSCEA competiton.
Razhel Gee Mengullo, now studying at the USLS-IS, won two gold medals in 15-17 year-old girls advance kata and 16-17 year-old kumite,
With her latest feat, Mengullo now has a total of eight gold medals in NOPSSCEA karatedo since she started competing four years ago.
Mengullo also won the gold in the 22nd PKF National Open and Philippine Olympic Festival and was a regional triple gold medalist in kata, kumite and synchronized kata.
Also making her grade school alma mater proud is Jasmine Claire Veniegas, another regional triple gold medalist and a finalist in the 22nd PKF national final, who bagged a gold and silver in this year's NOPSSCEA 13 year-old girls intermediate kata and kumite.
It was a gold and silver for Fritz Alrich Sampang, who saw action in the 13 year-old boys kumite and intermediate kata, while Stephanie Camille Samonte had the same gold-silver finish in 16-17 year-old girls kumite and intermiate kata.
Other JJS alumni who won in the NOPSSCEA this year are Sydnnie Samonte, Christine Lucasan, Lanze Diamante, and Cymil Esacaran.*NAB
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