Last Updated on March 18, 2023 by Andrew Pirie
2013 POC-PSC Batang Pinoy Prelims Summary and Full Results
September 30, 2013
The POC PSC Batang Pinoy Davao Del Norte took place at the brand new all-weather sports stadium in Davao Del Norte. From August 28 to 29.
While no performances here were good enough to be ranked on the National Ranking lists there were some impressive performances by 14-15-year-old kids.
Davao’s Dogoldogol sets Boys Age Grade 200m Record
Most impressive was Gino Dogoldogol (born 1998), from Koronadal who timed an impressive 22.7 seconds to win the Boys 200m. Dogoldogol tied the age grade best performance for 15-year-olds of Fil-New Zealander Andrew Pirie (99) and Former Palaro Champion Romnick Nor (2011). Also impressive was John Kenneth Nodos (General Santos) (unsure of DOB either 98 or 99) who was second in 23.2 seconds. Dogoldogol 23.2 heats, Nodos 23.4 heats. Nodos won the 100 in 11.5 and 400 in 52.6. Dogoldogol only ran the 200.
SPORTS TO BE PLAYED
- Archery (to be played only in Luzon as National Finals)
- Baseball (to be played only in Luzon as National Finals)
- Basketball 3 on 3 – SBP will conduct their Regionals. For information please contact Mr. Bernie Atienza on 0920-9528196 or at the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas, Inc. (SBP) Office Tel. No. (02) 706-2970
- Beach Volleyball (will be part of the Mindanao Leg as National Finals)
- Gymnastics – Cheerdance & Cheerleading
- Lawn Tennis
- Muay Thai (to be played only in Luzon as National Finals)
- Pencak Silat
- Sailing (to be played only in Luzon as National Finals)
- Sepak Takraw
- Shooting (to be played only in Luzon as National Finals)
- Soft Tennis
- Table Tennis
- Triathlon (to be played only in Zamboanga as National Finals)
- Wushu (to be played only in Luzon as National Finals)
Day 1 Report athletics
(from PSC Website)
TAGUM CITY—Long-distance runner Jomar Angga bagged the first gold medal of the 2013 Batang Pinoy Mindanao qualifying leg with a strong finish in the boys’ 5000-meter run yesterday at the Davao del Norte Sports and Tourism Center here.
The 13-year-old pride of Davao City clocked 19 minutes and 35.6 seconds after cutting loose from his pursuers in the final 800 meters. Adrian Bentulan of Davao City placed second (19:54.0) and John Rey Ulanday of Koronadal City wound up third (20:04.7).
“Sobrang init. Nakakita ako ng pagkakataon na manalo nung bigla silang bumagal,” said Angga, son of a banana plantation worker and a second-year pupil at Davao City National High School.
Christine Joy Jorban of General Santos City shared the limelight with Angga after becoming the first female athlete to capture a gold medal following a triumphant performance in the girls’ long jump.
The third-year student from General Santos National High School registered 4.76 meters on her fifth jump to defeat schoolmate Jessica Jane Cora (4.39) and South Cotabato’s Pauline Paquierda (4.31) in the week-long meet organized by the Philippine Sports Commission.
Jordan, 14, competed in the Palarong Pambansa thrice—two times at the elementary level and once in high school—but failed to win a medal.
Fernando Jison Jr. of Davao City made good use of his length and athleticism to rule the boys’ high jump.
At 5-foot-11, the 15-year-old Dona Carmen Denya National High School junior cleared the bar at 1.70 meters. Louie Restauro of GenSan settled for the silver (1.50m) and Davao City’s Joel Torralba Jr. the bronze after clearing 1.30 meters.
The host province, which attracted over 2,100 athletes from 81 local government units, pocketed its first gold medal courtesy of Asher Chem Sab, who ruled the boys’ shot put after a 10.49-meter heave.
Ronald Dendam of Davao City placed second (9.26) and Iligan City’s Kerl Hanez Aplaca placed third (9.10) before track and field organizers packed up and moved all afternoon events early in the evening to give way to girls’ softball.
Friences Diane Balbaguio of Koronadal won the girls’ 2000m walk gold medal over Davao’s Frencis May Dayon in a dead heat where the judges decided in Balbaguio’s favor.
The diminutive Balbaguio came from behind the pack in the last 25 meters to nose out Dayon, who led the race throughout, with identical 14:38.2 clockings. Janyl Kate Ubas of Koronadal finished third in 14:40.2.
2013 Batang Pinoy Zambales
Please note the Batang Pinoy Finals which were to be held in Bacolod on November 20 have been postponed to January 28. As relief is being provided to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda.
Some good performances from
Gianeli Gatinga Long Jump 5.00m Long Jump Girls
Ludivido Dela Cruz Jr. 15.3 (hand timed) 110 Hurdles Boys
Lean Talala 16.3 (hand timed) 100 Hurdles Girls
Monica Louise Andaya 35.71m Javelin Girls
Sisa Mae Carnunagan 11:16.7 3000m Girls
Lirence Sayenga 23.7 200m Boys (13 or 14 according to Coach Sy)
2013 Batang Pinoy Leyte
The 2nd Round of the PSC Grass Roots development meet the Batang Pinoy took place at Maasin City, Leyte September 24 to 28. As this meet was conducted on a dirt track oval which may not have been regulation size all track event results are considered invalid.
There was no stand-out performance. But palaro stars such as Joneza Mie Sustituedo and rising local Feiza Lenton were in action in the girl’s distance events.
Full Results 2013 Batang Pinoy Legs
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