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October 2018

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postheadericon STVPS Volleyball Boys’ Friendly Match with PCC’s

By: Vanessa D. Rogel

    After days of preparation, the day has finally come. Last July 14, 2017, at 6 o’clock in the evening, the first game of the Volleyball Boys was held at Pateros Catholic School with PCC’s volleyball team during the PaDSS Friendly Games 2017.

    The players who participated in the game were the following: team captain, Ric Clarenz Pascual, JP Casas, Mark Marcelino, Axle Casas, Eugene Intencion, Khyle Norman Bautista, Lourence Legaspi, Marco Catacutan, Meljohn Vedad, Ralph Catamora, Sam Formalejo, and Nico Ramirez. They were cheered and supported by their coaches, Mr. Joel Yacap and Mr. Carlo Mercado; Ms. Kathrina May Ariem and Mrs. Joan Binwag; and four Grade 10 students, Bianca Mariquina, Cled Buenvenida, Trisha de San Jose, and Vanessa Rogel.

    The first set ended with the score of 7-25, in favor of PCC. Even when they lost in the first set; they still continued to enjoy the game for the glory of the school. The game ended after the 2nd set with the score of 17-25, still PCC’s victory.

    “Maganda naman ang laro kaso hindi pa naman nila masyadong alam kung paano maglaro ng volleyball. Pero kahit ganoon, nagawa pa rin naming makapuntos mula sa kalaban namin at nagawa rin namin, kahit kaunti, ang positioning namin. Kaunting practice pa at magagawa na namin ito ng maayos. Ang dapat naming iimprove ay ang receive at service namin kaya magte-training kami ng maayos at gagalingan namin sa susunod naming laban.” stated their team captain about their game.  

The team did not take its loss with a heavy heart. Instead, they smiled and thanked their opponents, the officials, their coaches, and most especially, God for the blessings of time and skills shared by all to bring the first game to fruition.

Last Updated (Tuesday, 08 August 2017 07:03)