TESDA-CVS SPORTSFEST 2017: Adventure and Fun in the Spirit of Love and Friendship

February 27- March 3, 2017 another remarkable event, as TESDA-CVS Sports fest held its one of the opportunities in highlighting camaraderie, sportsmanship, and talent not only among students but to the entire faculty and staff. A parade from Concepcion, Plazuela to TESDA-CVS campus officially commenced the event. Faculty and staff led the parade being first on the line, the entrance of colors made it more fun and exciting as each team shouts their yell once their team color is called for the entrance. DR. Alvin L. Yturralde gave message of encouragement and gratitude as emphasized the significance of sports fest that it is the time where students are nurtured toward becoming responsible and productive members of society. CVS provides a means of moulding students into capable future professionals in their chosen fields through understanding, decision-making and strategic planning for every game and activity they want to engage with.

Several activities brought out the best potential every CVS student possesses. From their silent personality inside the contextual room to their most catchy moves and styles in playing basketball and their out of this world volleyball stunts, their sense of synchronization and timing in playing as one in the centipede, their self-discipline during the sack race, and their honesty and sense of acceptance in the tile relay.

Sports Fest allow students to develop psychomotor skills and fine-tune motor skills with coordination, movement, strength, dexterity, grace, and speed, and also find healthy outlets for energy. Some indoor games were also played during the said event, which measures the students’ sense of keen decision which character in the chess board should be moved.

During the sports fest, the value of teamwork and team skills in a different environment, were portrayed as some of the most valuable attributes of a future professional employee can have because it showed that the ability to work well with others can lead to security and promotions which can later be experienced in the real workplace scenario.

Awarding took place on March 06, 2017 where at the end of it, everybody is a CHAMPION!

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS AND TO ALL OF US!

List of winners and awards

Sports Award Place Boy / Girl Name of Student Section Team
Track n Field: BOYS 1st Place boy ADRIAN M. ORQUIA CKY 1B RED
2nd Place boy JONADAV B. PABLACIO EIM-1C BLUE
3rd Place boy JAY DOMINICK G. TOLENTINO EIM-1A RED
Track n Field: GIRLS 1st Place GIRL JONALYN S. TORRES CKY 1A MAGENTA
2nd Place GIRL CECILE D. AGBAYANI CKY 1A MAGENTA
3rd Place GIRL ELAIJAH C. CABALU EIM 1C BLUE
BADMINTON BOYS SET-A 1st Place BOY JONADAV B. PABLACIO EIM 1C BLUE
2nd Place BOY ADRIAN M. ORQUIA CKY-1B RED
3rd Place BOY JESFER M. MALONZO EIM 1B MAGENTA
BADMINTON BOYS SET-B 1st Place BOY KENNETH I. MESINA EIM 1B MAGENTA
2nd Place BOY JONAS O. HIPOLITO AP 1A BLUE
3rd Place BOY JEROME P. OCAMPO EIM 1A RED
BADMINTON GIRLS SET-A 1st Place GIRL ELLAINE S. PINEDA CKY 1A MAGENTA
2nd Place GIRL ROSELLE LYKA V. MACARAEG CKY 1B RED
3rd Place GIRL VANESSA D. FIGUEROA AP 1A BLUE
BADMINTON GIRLS SET-B 1st Place GIRL KIMBERLY S. YALUNG EIM 1B MAGENTA
2nd Place GIRL NERISSA L. SALAZAR CKY 1B RED
3rd Place GIRL MARY CHRIS T. BERMUDO EIM 1C BLUE
CHESS 1st Place JAYSON D. AQUINTO AP 1A BLUE
2nd Place PHILIP S.  DAVID AP 1A BLUE
3rd Place RAMIL GARCIA EIM 1B MAGENTA

 

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