Naga SMILES Magazine
by Arnel S. Labrador
Combining the Elementary and Secondary Levels, Albay Province got the highest points of 597 making it as this year’s Over-All Champion.
Camarines Sur came as 1st Runner Up with 513.5 points, and Naga City as 2nd Runner Up with 276 points.
Camarines Norte was 3rd Runner Up with 249.67 points; Legaspi City 4th Runner Up with 242 points; Host Catanduanes Province settled for 5th Runner Up.
The Naga City team hauled gold, silver and bronze medals in Gymnastics, Swimming, Taekwondo, Tennis, Badminton, Basketball and Football. Volleyball, Arnis, Athletics, Chess, Softball, Table Tennis, Sepak Takraw, Sipa, Archery and Baseball also contributed to the point system making the team in the 3rd spot over-all.
Meanwhile, the Naga City Division PHILSPADA Team emerged as Over-Champion in the said annual competition. The special sport for the differently-abled coincided with the Palarong Bicol in Catanduanes.
Representing the Naga City Government during the Opening Program were City Councilors Esteban Greg R. Abonal III, SP Committee Chairman on Education; Miles Raquid – Arroyo, SP Committee Member on Education; and Mr. Ernani B. Suron, Naga City School Board Administrator. Also present were Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Emma I. Cornejo, CESO VI and Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Dolores Q. Mapusao and Mr. Francisco Leo J. Damasig, PESS Coordinator, all of DepEd Naga City Division.
|DIVISION||ELEMENTARY||SECONDARY||GRAND TOTAL||TOTAL RANK|
|TOTAL | RANK||TOTAL | RANK|
|BADMINTON||Carmel Angelika Padilla||Naga Central School II|
|GYMNASTICS (RG)||Angeline Gragasin||Naga Central School I|
|Helena Kaye Secillano||Naga Central School I|
|Zyan Rose Nicole Semblante||Naga Central School I|
|COACH:||Sheila Montero||Naga Central School I|
|GYMNASTICS (WAG)||Jan Lorraine Rentoy||Naga Central School I|
|Hannah Lalaine Rosin||Naga Central School I|
|COACH:||Leonora Dimas||Naga Central School I|
|GYMNASTICS (MAG)||Jon Alexander Maravilla||Naga Central School I|
|Jaru Ayubo||Naga Central School I|
|COACH:||Ronnie Malate||Naga Central School I|
|FOOTBALL||Richard Angelo Canas||Naga Central School I|
|John Ezekrel Genove||JB Meliton ES|
|SWIMMING (BOYS)||Kurt Anthony Chavez||Naga Central School II|
|Kyle Simon Bonacua||Montessori House of Learning|
|Enrique Moranilla – Seva||Hope Christian School|
|COACH:||Marilyn Gerez||Naga Central School II|
|SWIMMING (GIRLS)||Nikka Franz Prima||NC Montessori|
|Danielle Sabrina Pilapil||Universidad de Sta. Isabel|
|TAEKWONDO (BOYS)||Angelito Jan Vargas||Naga Central School I|
|Justin Bersabal||Naga Central School I|
|COACH:||Gloria Boayes||Tabuco Central School|
|TAEKWONDO (GIRLS)||Kystal Jane Campit||RV Maramba ES|
|Altea Yvette Bersabal||Naga Central School I|
|Sunshine Joan Santos||RV Maramba ES|
|BASKETBALL||Rui Betito||St. Joseph School|
|Kier Paulo Enrile||NC Montessori|
|BILLIARD||Khen Joeden Imperial||Concepcion Pequena HS|
|GYMNASTICS (MAG)||Jon Ariel Maravilla||Cam. Sur National HS|
|GYMNASTICS(RG)||Shaira Gabrielle Guevara||NC Science HS|
|GYMNASTICS(WAG)||Kimuel Lalas||Cam. Sur National HS|
|COACH:||Jennifer Abarientos||Cam. Sur National HS|
|CHAPERSON:||Ma. Lourdes Labao||NC Science HS|
|SOFTBALL||Sherlyn Boregas||Cam. Sur National HS|
|Sally Carpio||Cam. Sur National HS|
|SWIMMING (BOYS)||Joseph Denise Baduria||University of Nueva Caceres|
|SWIMMING (GIRLS)||Crystal Joy Imperial||Hope Christian School|
|Alexandra Moranilla – Seva||Hope Christian School|
|Jean Andrei Vasquez||Universidad de Sta. Isabel|
|Bridgit Bichara||Ateneo de Naga University|
|COACH:||Melvin Abogado||Ateneo de Naga University|
|CHAPERSON:||Nydia Sol||Grandview ES|
|TAEKWONDO BOYS||Angelo Ramores||Ateneo de Naga University|
|Kenneth John Alarcon||Bicol State College of Applied
Sciences and Technology
|COACH:||Salvador Berja||Bicol State College of Applied
Sciences and Technology
|TAEKWONDO GIRLS||Ronela Asico||Cam. Sur National HS|
|Isabela Mae Cayetano||Bicol State College of Applied
Sciences and Technology
|Rodel Oco||Cam. Sur National HS|
|Mae Ayao||NCS 2|
|TENNIS||Daniel Villasenor||University of Nueva Caceres|
|COACH:||Jezzelle Romero||Ateneo de Naga University|
|VOLLEYBALL||Donna Mae Nebrea||Cam. Sur National HS|
by Arnel Labrador
|GAMES OPEN. Naga City Mayor John Bongat declares open the Luzon Leg competitions at SM City Naga.||YOUNG MASTERS. The girls under 14 make moves to qualify them to the next higher competition.|
FOUR Naga City chess players qualified in the national finals of the 2014 National Age Group Chess Championships when they outclassed their opponents in the Luzon elimination leg held March 14–16, 2014 at the SM City Naga and Jesse M. Robredo Coliseum here.
The event was hosted by the City Government of Naga and organized by the National Chess Federation of the Philippines (NCFP, in cooperation with the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) and the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC).
Candace Faye Caalim and her sister, Arianne Pearl, landed 2nd and 3rd places, respectively, in the Girls Under 8 Category. Rosette Anastacio landed 4th in the Girls Under 10 Category while Ronnaville Llavanes landed 3rd in the Girls Under 14 Category.
Naga City Mayor John G. Bongat, declared the start of the competition during the opening ceremony where he assured that the City Government is always supportive of all sports activities. He said he wanted particularly the skills and abilities of the city’s studentathletes enhanced and given more exposure to explore to the fullest their true potentials.
Together with Mayor Bongat during the ceremonies were City Councilor Ray-an Cydrick Rentoy, the SP Committee Chairman on Sports, City Councilor Babet Lavadia, Naga City School Board Administrator Ernani Suron, and Grand Master Jayson Gonzales, one of the Bicolano Chess Grand Masters in the country and the current Executive Director of the NCFP. A total of 145 student athletes participated in the said chess elimination leg.
The following were the top 5 in the different categories:
Girls Under 8: Marjeri Janapin, Taguig City, Candace Faye Caalim, Naga City, Arianne Pearl Caalim, Naga City, Florence Gayle Isabedra, San Antonio, Quezon, and Zea Canasta, Masbate City.
Boys Under 8: Mark Jay Bacojo, Pasig City, Cedric Daniel Macato, Las Pinas City, Robert James Perez, Lipa City, Batangas, Del Emerson dela Cruz, Silang City, and Gian Vincent Isabedra, San Antonio, Quezon.
Boys Under 10: Daniel Quizon, Taytay, Rizal, Michael Concio, Jr., Los Banos, Laguna, Justine Diego Mordido, Las Pinas City, Jan Mark Marino, San Pedro, Laguna, and Emcel Jules Gadut, Candon City, Ilocos Sur.
Girls Under 10: Jerlyn Mae San Diego, Dasmarinas City, Ma. Elayza Villa, Mandaluyong City, Rheam Arah De Guzman, Sta. Rosa City, Rossette Anastacio, Naga City, and Kaira Angel Ramboyong, Naga City.
Boys Under 12: Lee Roi Palma, Siniloan, Laguna, Sem Canasta, Masbate City, Gleribhoy Vencislao, Sta. Rosa City, Jarvey Labanda, Daraga, Albay, and Lester Clair Baldon, Legazpi City.
Girls Under 12: Jessiel Marino, San Pedro Laguna, Kylen Joy Mordido, Las Pinas City, Janneth Mercader, Legazpi City, Holythurs Mariel Pangan, Bacoor City, Cavite, and Ma. Lea Magno, Legazpi City.
Boys Under 14: Bernardo Dale, Haince Patrick De Leon, Marikina City, Jomarie Monteza, John Marvin Miciano, Pasig City and Darry Bernardo.
Girls Under 14: Bea Mendoza, Baguio City, Alexis Anne Osena, Lipa City, Batangas, Ronnaville Llavanes, Naga City, Jesca Docena, Pasay City and Shaira Mae Aquino.
Girls Under 16: Marife Dela Torre, Charlotte Britney Paez, Sta. Rosa City, Paula Mae Lim, Pateros, and Aira Olleta, Camarines Sur.
Open Under 16: Jeth Romy Morado, Masbate City, Carlo Caranyagan, Marikina City, Shaina Mae Mendoza, Sta. Rosa City, Robin Ignacio, Sampaloc, Manila and Istraelito Rilloraza, Las Pinas City.
Boys Under 18: Kyz Llantada, Marikina City, Vince Angelo Medina, Cabuyao, Laguna, Paul Robert Evangelista, Pangasinan, Ryan Christian Magtabog, Sampaloc, Manila and Ian Jasper Forcado, Sta. Rosa City.
by Chairman PP Hoover S. Picar
March 1, 2104
Hosted by Rotary Club of Naga East in cooperation with the Local Government of Naga City
Venue of Events:
- Jesse M. Robredo Coliseum
3 Km Fun Run.
Cheer Dance, Basketball. Volleyball, Futsal, Darts, Chess, Table Tennis.
- Naga City Civic Center
Lawn Tennis, Badminton
Haciendas de Naga Firing Range , Uptown Carolina
Attendance/Participation of Rotarians
Venue of Dinner/Fellowship/Awarding
Dona Dolores Hall Convention Center, Villa Caceres Hotel
A total of 35 Specially Designed Trophies and 220 Medals by Crazy Cut were given away to deserving winners during the festivities. Summary of results are as follows:
Over All Champion Area Level – Quezon and Marinduque ( Area 3 )
2nd Over All Champion Area Level – Bicol Region ( area 4 )
3rd Over All Champion Area Level – Batangas and Oriental Mindoro ( area 2 )
4th Over All Champion Area Level – Laguna (area 1)
Over All Champion Club Level Rotary Cub of Iriga
2nd Over All Champion Club Level – Rotary Club of Lucban
3rd Over All Champion Club Level – Rotary Club of Lucena Central
4th Over All Champion Club Level – Rotary Club of Balayan
Biggest Delegation Area Level – Quezon and Marinduque (Area )
Biggest Delegation Club Level – Rotary Club of Iriga
Other organizations lending their time to ensure the success of the festivities:
Some noteworthy historical first:
Mayor John G. Bongat personally welcomed the participants during the Opening Ceremony at the Jesse M. Robredo Coliseum.
The Rotary International District 3820 also personally donated 30,000.00 worth of Sports Equipment, Blankets, Pillows, clothes, personal hygiene materials to the Naga City Children’s Home with Governor Danny Ona, Mayor John Bongat, First Class President Dwight Constantino, and Chairman PP Hoover S. Picar the ocassion was covered by ABS CBN, GNN 48 tV Naga and Prime Studio.
The successful event has left a lasting very good impression on the participating Rotarians so much so that they want the Sportfest next year to be held again here in our beloved City.