Team Bataan invades Milo Little Olympics 2015

CITY of BALANGA, Bataan – With the conclusion of the 3-day national finals of the 2015 Milo Little Olympics, held last October 22-25 at the Laguna Sports Complex in Sta. Cruz, Laguna and at the CNA Town Center Mall in Pagsanjan, Team Bataan brought home the following awards: Champion – Table Tennis (Elementary-Girls); 2nd place – Volleyball (Elementary – Boys); 2nd place Swimming (Elementary – Boys); and 3rd place – Athletics – throw (Secondary – Boys).


Mr. Ramon Perez, DepEd Bataan SGOD Chief furnished 1Bataan the list of the winners:

Table Tennis: Sta Isabel Elementary School (Dinalupihan)

Siena Manalac                        Ryza Mae Magpoc

Juliana Laxamana                  Abegail Reyes

Jorrina Nepomuceno              Coach – Ulysses Gabriel


Volleyball – Hermosa Elementary School

Ricardo Jose Arucan              Jul Bernard Bantique

Tom Cruz                                Henry Cabral

Kienth Ocampo                       Rein John Ronquillo

Philip Michael Vitug                Gionne Kalel  Legaspi

Dina Clark Pineda                   Mikko Vicente

Frelcis Laxamana Jr.              Coach – Jennifer Cruz


Swimming – Marcos Simone Manalili  of San Ramon Elementary School (Dinalupihan)

Athletics – Throw – R. Pancer Ramos of Mariveles National High School (Poblacion)


Participated in by over 2,000 student-athletes from all over the country, this year’s national finals featured 13 sports, namely athletics, badminton, basketball, chess, football, gymnastics, lawn tennis, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, volleyball, sepak takraw and scrabble. This year, two demo sports were added – arnis and karatedor.


Endorsed by the Department of Education, Philippine Sports Commission and Philippine Olympic Committee, the Milo Little Olympics holds the distinction of being the longest-running inter-school youth sports competition in the country aimed at promoting values and mental discipline through sport. It is also Milo’s commitment to help the country find its next generation of sports heroes.

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