World Athletic Day Part 2 - Middle School

The Untalan Wildcat girls team racked up a total of 122.5 points, the most on the day to capture the girls title. The Jose Rios boys dominated their events scoring 115 points winning the title by a large margin.

Runners took the field first in the 60 meter run with a pair of Untalan Wildcat girls winning first and second place. Victoria Botelho grabbed first place at 8.77 seconds and speedster Narissa Blaz came in second in 8.86 seconds. Charience Dela Cruz from Oceanview rounded out the top three finishing at 8.89 seconds.

8th grader Bob Manglona from Jose Rios took first place in the boys 60 meter dash finishing in 7.38 seconds with Augeda’s Hezekiah Cruz and Gerofel Edejer coming in second and third at 7.61 and 7.63 seconds.

Agueda Jonhston's Sheila Dumarog pulls away from Untalan's Jacquelyn Cubasi in the girls 1500m race. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

Agueda Jonhston’s Sheila Dumarog pulls away from Untalan’s Jacquelyn Cubasi in the girls 1500m race. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

The 1500 meter girls race was close between Augeda Johnston’s Sheila Dumarog and Untalan’s Jacquelyn Cabusi with Cabusi holding a slight lead until the final stretch of the race where Dumarog finished getting the 5:46.0 time over Cabusi’s 5:52.0. Alexandra Angoco out of Jose Rios rounded out the top three at 5:58.0.

Untalan answered back strong in the four-person relay team of Cabusi, Blaz, Botehlo, and Rachel Tomagan as they edged out the team of Augeda Johnston’s Dumarog, Maleia Lute,  Aveah Garrido, and Zeraya Munoz for first place.


1500m finishers : Gold -Benavente's Kyle Collera, Silver - Dayvin Rillera, Bronze - Anton Mesa. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

1500m finishers : Gold -Benavente’s Kyle Collera, Silver – Dayvin Rillera, Bronze – Anton Mesa. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

Benavente’s 8th grader Kyle Collera grabbed first place with a time of 5:08.00 with Jose Rios’ Dayven Rillera and Anton Mesa getting getting second and third place at 5:17.00. Rillera, Mesa, and Untalan’s Arwin Oftana were in a three way sprint for the last two sports where Rillera and Mesa leaned in for the wins.


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