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Baguio karatedos bag 9-16-28 medals in PKF-NSA nat’l tilt
by Harley F. Palangchao

Young Baguio karate athletes placed second overall in the recently held PKF-NSA Karatedo Championship National Open Tournament with nine gold, 16 silver, and 14 bronze medals.

The tournament held on July 27 and 28 at the Fishers Mall, Quezon City saw 28 boys and girls competing in the kumite (sparring) and kata (form) against equally talented and skilled athletes from various parts of the country.

The top medalists who won both gold, silver and/or bronze medals in kata and kumite were Jhun Nathan Madarang, Samuel Tanaka, Khurt Jesse Lacsigen, Arjant Jevi Ashcroft Thadani, Mckinlou Spence Laking, and Noemi Changluyen.

Single gold medalists were Arvee Phoebe Bay-an, Aleyah Buyogan, and Kate Yvonne Munsayac.

Jade Adrianne Cayat, Hinkly Ambojnon, and Juliana Shagol won silver and bronze medals apiece while Ghalian Angway clinched two silver medals.

The silver medalists were Laurel Laoyan, Lehman Buyogan, Rodini Buyogan Jr., Jaymark Latawan, Romy MC Dwyane Carrera, Mhekylie Joaquin, and Charlene Aquino.

Zanjo Bay-an and Bedejee Rhiene Fangki bagged two bronze medals apiece.

Other bronze medalists were Mark Jeremy Shagol, Christian Paul Mintas, Ryan Paolo Fangki, Heilbrun Pietsch Laking, Acelavi Wadwadan, and Janine Kate Porte.

All medalists, except for three players from the Universal Shotokan Karate Union at NIIT Baguio, are all members of the Japan Karate Association based at YMCA Baguio.

Their trainers said it was a sweet victory for the Baguio athletes, as they were poised to withdraw from the two-day national tournament when they learned two days prior to the event that their transportation allowance from a local government was not forthcoming.

But thanks to YMCA Baguio through officer-in-charge, General Sec. Rev. Robert Sison, for processing and causing the release of YMCA funds to shoulder the players’ transport and lodging expenses.

 
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