Cebuano News: NOSDEP mopasidungog sa kababayen-an pinaagi sa sports

By Leandria Pagunsan

Isip pagsaulog sa Women’s Month karong bulan sa Marso, ang Negros Oriental Sports and Development Program (NOSDEP) mopahigayon og nagkadaiyang “sports events” lakip na niini ang 2nd all-women dragon boat race kon “ Paddle for Womanity.

Si NOSDEP Provincial Sports Coordinator Paultom Paras namahayag atol sa gihimong joint meeting sa Provincial Commission on Women ug GAD Focal Point System (GFPS) nga ang Paddle race ipahigayon sa Balanan Lake  sa Siaton karong Marso 23 hangtud 24.

Dugang ni Paras nga ang pagpahigayon sa mga kalihokan’g sama sa Paddle race himoon sa mga lugar nga“scenic places” sa probinsya aron ipalambo ang mga “tourist attractions” sa Negros Oriental.

Naila ang Paddle project ug mipatugbaw sa probinsya sa Negros Oriental sa milabayng tuig tungod kay una kining mipahigayon sa tibook nasud ug  all-women dragonboat race sa nailangTambobo Bay sa Siaton.

Tungod niini gipasigarbo ang pag salmot sa grupo nga breast cancer survivors, ang all-women Philippine Navy Team nga nakakuha sa “plum prize.” sa milabay nga tuig.

Uban nga kalihokan alang sa tibook bulan sa Marso nga kasaulogan naglakip sa Concert for the Women of Buglas sa Macias Sports Center karong Marso 2, himoon usab ang 3-on-3 Women’s Basketball and Women’s Open Chess sa lungsod  sa Pamplona.

Pagka Marso 10 adunay Women’s Open Table Tennis sa Valencia ug Women’s Futsal sa lungsod sa Bacong.

Sa Marso 16 ipahigayon ang Women’s Aquathlon sa San Jose ug pagka Marso 17 adunay “Women Run the World” (21 km.) Marathon nga sugdan sa Dumaguete City.

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NegOr chess group announces winners of 2nd Inter-leg Elementary Rapid Chess competition

By: Roi Lomotan

DUMAGUETE CITY (PIA) – Negros Club 64 Incorporated, a known chess organization in Negros Oriental has announced the winners of its 2nd Inter-leg Elementary Rapid Chess competition.

Alfonzo Louis Olendo from the St. Louis School-Don Bosco (SLS-Don Bosco) in Dumaguete City bested other competitors on the 12 and Under Category of 72-player province-wide event, according to the Florendo Zamora, Tournament Management Committee Director.

Olendo has six wins and one draw and is the only undefeated contestant in the competition.

Coming in second and third placers were Christer Mark Paculanang of Bais City West and Joseph Lawrence Diaz of Palinpinon Elementary School.

Completing the top ten winners of the event were Hannah Gael Tatoy of Silliman University, Roland Adlaon from Bais City West, Arljo Sept Romadia of Bais City Pilot School, Hazel Sarao of Bais City West, Charlize Ybio from Camanjac Elem, brothers Jonzhergio Emmanuel and Joseph Rafael Masing from St. Paul University and Ben Enrique Jariol from SLS-Don Bosco.

Silliman University’s Hannah Tatoy, on the other hand, was the recipient of Top Female Award.

Meanwhile, Rhed Cabebe of Valencia Central School won first place for the 8 and Under Category.

Rey Anthony Divinagracia of Sibulan Elementary School placed second and Aron Gabriell from Valencia Central Elementary School landed on third place.

Arleah Cassandra Sapuan, also from Valencia Central Elementary School and Lance Nathaniel Orlina from Sibulan Elementary School were the fourth and fifth placers, respectively. Sapuan got Top Female medal award for the 8 and Under Category.

Winners received cash prizes, trophies and medals.

Special awards were also given to Valencia Central Elementary School for being the biggest school delegation in the competition while the Jane Kate Balana from Bais City West received the Promising Player Awards for the 12 and Under Category and Jalaicah from Boloc-Boloc Elementary School won the award for the 8 and Under Category.

The 2nd Inter-leg Elementary Rapid Chess competition is a project of Negros Club 64 Inc. in cooperation with the Department of Education and the Negros Oriental Sports Development Program. (mbcn/ral/PIA7-NegOr with reports from Florendo Zamora of Negros Club 64/Articles first published at PIA Website on August 1. 2014)