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  • CALABARZON proved again its supremacy in the game of smashes and drops as its Badminton Boys Team grabbed the Team Tie championship in both Secondary and Elementary categories.

  • Big City bet Rachelyn Astillar dominated the secondary girls’ women’s rhythmic gymnastics by taking all four gold medals – on rope, hoops and ribbon categories and the individual all-around competition.

  • It took a very small fraction, or .26 seconds, for 15-year-old Banjo Borja to carve his name in this year’s Palarong Pambansa in addition to the four gold medals and three silvers – including two in the relays — he won.

  • Twelve-year-old Ma. Asuncion ‘Macy’ Mendiola, literally walks tall in her crowd. At her age, she stands 5’10\", which gives her a strong edge in her sport – volleyball.

  • A pupil of Chinese-Belgian descent proved herself as the meet’s fastest runner in her division when she topped the 100m and 200m events, the latter in record fashion, as well as high jump.

  • It’s now down to two teams –defending champion National Capital Region and Calabarzon – for the title in secondary boys’ basketball.

  • DAVAO PUGS RETAIN CROWN

    Four out of five gold medals at stake gave Davao a grand slam claim in the Palaro boxing tournament held at the Baywalk in Puerto Princesa.

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