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JJS karatedo bets rule Mayor’s Cup

March 14, 2008

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The karatekas of the Jack and Jill School in Bacolod City won 12 gold, eight silver and four bronze medals in the 2nd Mayor Evelio Leonardia Karatedo Cup Championship held Oct. 20 at the Negros Occ. Multi-Purpose Gym to successfully defend the title they won last year.

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James Inno Guanzon and Jasmine Veniegas led the golden harvest for the JJS team, with two gold medals each. Guanzon ruled the boys’ 10-11 years old kata and kumite categories while Veniegas topped the 7-below girls’ kata and kumite.

St. Scholastica’s Academy’s karateka Kristina Graziella Celiz collected three gold medals from the girl’s 14-15 years old kata and kumite and in the women’s seniors’ kumite division to carry SSA to its third place in the tournament.

Advocacy for Strenghtening of Karatedo team placed second overall with eight gold, eight silver and four bronze medals.

Other gold medalists were Zcesar Rein Florete, 7-below boys’ kata, Andrew Sepico, 7-below boys’ kumite, Seth Jego Balibalos, 8-9 boys’ kata, Barry Goerge Jomalesa 8-9 boys’ kumite, Christine Lucasan, 8-9 girls’ kumite, Shanye Libre, 10-11 girls’ kata, Razhel Gee Mengullo, 10-11 girls’ kumite, and Mark Badayos,12-13 boys’ kata. Visayan Daily Star 10-24-07

JJS jins triumph in La Carlota event
BY NIDA BUENAFE

The Jack & Jill School Karatedo Team bagged 12 gold, 5 silver, and 2 bronze medals to capture the championship in the 1st Mayor Demi John Honrado Karatedo Cup Championship at DHSBNHS Covered Court on May 2.

Zcesar Rein Florete, Dante Jose Samonte III, Rolin Hundana, and James Inno Guanzon topped their respective events in the boys’ division while Mariel Villarosa, Abegail Bringuer, Jasmine Claire Veniegas, Angel Mag-aro, Sydnnie Colleen Samonte, and Razhel Gee Mengullo took the gold for JJS Karatedo Team in the girls’ category.

Flore ruled the boys’ 8-and-under with a golden performance in the kata (forms) and kumite (sparring) while Samonte plucked the gold in 9-year-old kata. Hundana finished first in 10-11 kumite and Guanzon dominated the 12-13 kumite.

Villarosa, meanwhile, reigned in girls 8-Under kumite, while teammates Bringuer and Veniegas reigned in girls’ 9 years old kata and kumite, respectively.

Mag-aro ’s gold came from girls’ 10-11 kata and Colleen Samonte topped the girls’ 10-11 kumite.

Placing second behind JJS in the team category was Northern Negros Karatedo, formerly known as ATLETA Karatedo-Talisay City with 8-4-5 gold-silver-bronze medals while Bertar Karate Kan-Association finished third with 6-2-3 finish.

Host team La Carlota City’s Vilcat Shotokan Karate Association was in fourth place with 3 gold, 4 silver and 3 bronze medals.*NAB

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JJS-Homesite jins cop mayor’s Cup

March 5, 2008

JJS Karatedo Website: http://jjskaratedojo.tripod.com/

Jack and Jill School in Homesite seized 10 gold medals to bring home the overall crown in the Mayor Evelio Leonardia Karatedo Cup Tournament in Bacolod City durind the weekend.

Spearheading JJS-Homesite campaign were Seth Jego Balibalos, Jan Sobrevega and John Blisse Del Castillo as they ruled the synchronized team kata competitions in the boys’ 9 years old category.

The victory of JJS-Homesite however, was not a walk in the park as the Bertar Karate Kan bets claimed nine golds to place first runner-up, while finishing second runners-up were the Advocacy for Strengthening of Karatedo-Cebu and ATLETA-Talisay with four golds each.

Del Castillo added another gold to the coffers of JJS-Homesite when he reigned supreme in the boys’ 9-year-old kumite hostilities, while Razhel Gee Mengullo hauled two golds when she reigned supreme in the girls’ 9-year-old kata and kumite divisions.

Also posting top honors for JJS-Homesite were Shannon Libre and James Inno Guanzon, grabbing the golds in the girls’ 10-year-old kata and boys’ 11-year-old kumite, respectively.

Other private school karatekas, who teamed up with JJS-Homesite to don its colors also delivered gold medals.

Kristina Graziella Celiz of St. Scholastica’s Academy hauled the golds in the kata and kumite competitions ofthe girls’ cadet category, while compatriot Leanne Lorayna bagged the girls’ 11-year-old kumite gold. Emilio Alimon III of St. Joseph’s School-La Salle took the gold in the kumite hostilities ofthe boys cadet division.

JJS-Homesite, mentored by Elan Delfin with Randy Mengullo acting as chief instructor, also snatched 10 silvers and six bronzes.

Also competing in the event, which saw an exhibition showdown by the women’s synchronized squad of the Philippine karatedo team, were ASK-Bacolod and Castleson High. VISAYAN DAILY STAR/11-28-06