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Apayao, Abra rally in CARAA medals
by Ofelia C. Empian

APAYAO -- The closing of the Cordillera Administrative Region Athletic Association Meet 2019 turned more exiting when the provinces of Apayao and Abra improved their medal standing while Baguio ruled the event with 205 gold, 110 silver and 79 bronze medals.

The Baguio City E-lions collected 70 gold, 36 silver and 25 bronze medals in the elementary division and 135 gold, 74 silver and 54 bronze medals in the secondary to rule anew the biggest sporting event for pupils and students in the region.

Host Apayao Eagles have an impressive run from a fifth place finish last year to second place this year with 69-76-79 medal haul with great boost from its 34 gold medal wins in the elementary gymnastics and 12 gold medals in the secondary gymnastics.

“We were confident that our athletes did not only have a good start but also have a good finish. Our goal was to become the first runner-up,” said Apayao Provincial Administrator Vincent Talattag.

Talattag said they poured out support to their athletes not only with the great improvement of its sports complex but also to the trainings of their athletes.

Third place finisher Abra Stallions, meanwhile, jumped one place higher from last year with its 39-48-88 medal haul courtesy of the 18-22-29 medal tally in the elementary division and 21-26-59 medal tally in the high school division.

Perennial second runner-up Benguet Stingers eased to fourth place with an overall medal count of 35 gold, 66 silver and 83 bronze medals. The Benguet team seized eight gold medals in dance sports elementary and ruled the football and futsal games.

The Ifugao Builders, previously on third spot, dropped to fifth place with 27 gold, 48 silver, and 71 bronze medals. It garnered 10-20-31 medals from the elementary and 17-28-40 medals in the high school division.

Mountain Province Brave Highlanders are on sixth place with 16-25-44 medals followed by newcomer Tabuk City Brewers with 12-29-37 medals while Kalinga Bulls slid to eighth place with 6-6-20 medal haul.

Topping the Special games is Benguet with 14 gold, 19 silver and 13 bronze medals followed by Tabuk City with 13 gold, eight silver and seven bronze medals and Baguio with 12 gold, nine silver and 13 bronze medals.

Mountain Province placed fourth with one gold, four silver and three bronze medals. 

Also, leading the indigenous peoples games in kadang-kadang is Baguio followed by Kalinga and Benguet while Mountain Province and Benguet bagged a gold apiece in the sanggul (arm wrestling) games.

 
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