MSC High School‘s Rhyte Jeus Aldemo brought home several awards in different swimming events during the San Pablo City Division Meet, held last November 26 to 29 , 2014. Venus Hernandez and Angelica Rombaoa won third place in the doubles event in badminton.
MSC High School sent 14 students to compete in this year’s San Pablo City Division Meet. The MSC students who participated in badminton were:
Lianne Janne Sarmiento
Zeus Aerol Diacos
Xean Elton Escondo
Renz Arone Silva
Ma. Venus Hernandez
In Table Tennis, the MSC players were:
Januel Gregor Bondad
Patrick Daniel Guevarra
Shania De Luna
MSC’s lone representative for Swimming was Rhyte Jeus Aldemo.
Congratulations Rhyte Jeus Aldemo, Venus Hernandez and Angelica Rombaoa! MSC is proud of you and your team mates!
Allen Ashley B. Alcos and Rica Mae S. Comia, seniors at MSC High School won in the San Pablo City Division Schools Press Conference (DSPC). Allen Ashley won in photojournalism (English) and Rica Mae won in Feature Writing (English). Both of them got the 5th place in each event.
The contest was held at Dolores Elementary School at Dolores, San Pablo City from November 14 to 15, 2014. Here is a complete list of the MSC delegation:
Rica Mae Comia – Feature Writing (English)
Lovynel Cortrez – Feature Writing (Filipino)
Allen Ashley Alcos – Photojournalism
Hazel Garinn Villanueva – Newswriting (English)
Lady Chaniyel Millares – Editorial Writing
Alliah Joisel Patulot – Copy Reading
Mikkel Franz Angeles – Newswriting (Filipino)
Liane Jane Sarmiento – Sportswriting
Decerie Tulipan – Editorial Cartooning (English)
The students were guided by teachers Jinky C. Artillero and Krizzalyn C. Barrios.
Congratulations to the winners! To the other contestants, use this experience to better prepare for next year’s competition.
This year’s MSC Sportsfest was held last October 27 to 29 and started with a parade of the teams in the San Gabriel-San Miguel area. After the parade, a short opening program was held at the green school campus followed by the first event, the Cheerdance Competition. Grade VIII won first place, followed by the Seniors, placing second and third place went to the Freshmen.
After the Cheerdance competition, Laro ng Lahi was also held on the first day. Board and ball games were held in the following days.
The Best Players were:
Dan Jomil Isiderio – Basketball
Jomer Pullo – Volleyball (boys)
Shania De Luna – Volleyball (girls)
Alfred Bacera – Table Tennis (boys)
Decerie Tulipan – Table Tennis (girls)
Jhon Marc Manalo – Chess
Rica Mae Comia – Scrabble
In the Team Category, the winners were:
Grade 8 – Cheerdance Champion
Grade 7 – Best Team
Grade 8 – Overall Champion
4th year – 1st Runner up
Grade 9 – 2nd Runner up
Grade 7 – 3rd Runner up
Congratulations to all the winners! Better luck next year for the others.