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PKTS-KFS grabs 36 golds
BY MARK L. GARCIA

 

The Philippine Karatedo Traditional and Sports-Karate Fighting System (PKTS-KFS) Bacolod team grabbed 36 gold medals in the 25 th Panaad sa Negros Karatedo Championship last week at the Panaad Stadium in Bacolod City.

PKTS-KFS was the Kata champion in the event, and Renzuko Martial Arts in the Kumite division.

The girls team of PKTS-KFS brought 18 gold, 8 silver, and a bronze medal, andthe boys team 17 gold, 6 silver, and 3 bronze medals.

Ferlie Mae Lall led the PKTS-KFS girls team as she grabbed triple gold medals in cadet advance and team synchronized Kata and in 43-kg kumite.

Four double golds were also grabbed by the girls’ team after Alliah Minn Sampang won in +35-kg intermediate and synchronized Kata, Trisha Maria Cordero​ in 13 year old +35-kgs advance and synchronized kata and silver in kumite, Andrea Louise Sepico in seniors advance kata and +67 kg. kumite, and Paulaine Kalaw​​- Double Gold in 8-year-old -35-kg. intermediate kata and kumite.

Gold and silver medals were also won by Shifra Medina in 12-year-old +35-kg. novice kata and kumite, Nichole Margarette Piamonte in 12-year-old +35-kg. Intermediate kata and kumite, Ged Eding in 11-year-old +35-kg. intermediate kata and kumite, Adah Keira Gorriceta in 10-year-old +35-kg. novice kata and kumite, Denisse Martina Atesora in 10-year-old -350-kg. novice kata and kumite, and Akysha Glenne Servano in 7-year-old -35-kg. novice kata and kumite event.

PKTS-KFS girls’ Gerrine Kaye Perez was also the gold medallist in senior’s intermediate kata while Gwyneth Li​​​ grabbed silver and bronze medals in cadet +35-kg. novice kata and kumite and Ayana Therese Boteros ​won silver medal in junior’s intermediate kata event.

The boys team of PKTS-KFS also won big in the karatedo championships with John Lander Corpuz and Ralf Basuel grabbing triple gold medals from junior’s advance, team synchronized kata, and -67-kg. kumite, and in cadet advance and synchronized kata and -60-kg. kumite, respectively.

Csezar Rein Florete also grabbed two golds after winning in junior intermediate kata and synchronized kata.

Gold and silver medals were also given to Fritz Alrich Sampang in -60-kg. kumite and advance kata, Jonathan Andrew Sepico in seniors -84-kg. kumite and Intermediate kata, Klein Rhee Sioson in cadet +35-kg. Intermediate kata and kumite, and Carlo Barias in 7-year-old -35-kg. novice kata and kumite.

Gold and bronze medals were won by Lucky Angelo Solidum in 10 year old +35-kg. intermediate kata and kumite, Francis Zohann Kalaw in 6-year-old -35-kg. novice kata and kumite, and Baron Medina​​ in 9-year-old -35 kgs. intermediate kata and kumite.

A gold medal also went to Randy Dave Mengullo in cadet +35-kg. novice kata, Franz Cam 10-year-old +35-kg. novice kata, and Mickey Tabugo​​ in 7 year old +35 kgs novice kata, while Fritz Cam​​​ won a silver medal in 9 year old +35 kgs intermediate kata.

Their coaches were Randy Mengullo and Elan Delfin, who are also faculty members of Jack and Jill School and Castleson High.*MLG

 

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