Oriental Mindoro showcased their outstanding athletic prowess on the second day of the Mimaropa Regional Athletic Association (MRAA) Meet, clinching 7 golds, 3 silvers, and 1 bronze medal.
In the Arnis competition, the Secondary Arnisadors from Oriental Mindoro proved their mettle, capturing a total of 8 medals.
They bagged 4 golds, 3 silvers, and 1 bronze medal, contributing significantly to Oriental Mindoro’s overall success.
With the remaining categories scheduled for tomorrow, the team is determined to continue their medal-winning streak and conclude the MRAA Meet on a high note.
Yuan Samarita and Don Rovic de Guzman claimed the first gold medal for the delegation. The Table Tennis Elementary duo emerged triumphant after a thrilling battle against their rivals from Romblon. Coach Mr. Albert Goco provided invaluable guidance to the young champions, who made their mark in the competition.
In the girls’ category, Oriental Mindoro celebrated victories in various events. Individual Single Weapon brought home a gold medal, while Double Identical Weapon and Individual Sword and Dagger earned silver medals.
On the boys’ side, Oriental Mindoro dominated in multiple events. The athletes showcased their exceptional skills and claimed gold medals in Individual Single Weapon, Individual Sword and Dagger, and Synchronized Double Identical Weapon. Additionally, they secured a silver medal in Synchronized Single Weapon, and a bronze medal in Double Identical Weapon.
Table Tennis proved to be another area of triumph for Oriental Mindoro. The doubles teams displayed remarkable teamwork and talent, clinching the gold medal in the Secondary category.
OrMin’s table tennis paddlers, Josh Michel Sigue and Jollo Ace Santos, emerged victorious in the Table Tennis Doubles Secondary event, securing the third gold medal for the delegation. The duo’s exceptional performance drew praise from their coach, James Luck M. Valenzuela.
Continuing their winning streak, Oriental Mindoro’s elementary duo, Jhannaven C. Sigue and Sophia Michaela M. Pomarejos, secured the second gold medal for the province in the Table Tennis Doubles Elementary Girls event. Under the guidance of Coach Mary Joy B. Quinto and chaperon Babylyn M. Pomarejos, the talented young athletes showcased their skill and determination, bringing glory to Oriental Mindoro.
With their remarkable performances, Oriental Mindoro athletes have solidified their presence as formidable competitors in the MRAA Meet.
As the event enters its final day, the team is determined to continue their exceptional performances and gather more medals, aiming to conclude their MRAA journey with an exceptional overall performance.