34 tankers wagi ng MOS sa Coseteng Cup swim meet
Chris Co (Pilipino Star Ngayon) - November 26, 2018 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — May 34 tankers ang ginawaran ng Most Outstanding Swimmer (MOS) awards sa 149th  PSL  National Series - 12th Sen. Nikki Coseteng Short Course Swimming Championship na ginanap sa Diliman Preparatory School swimming pool sa Quezon City.

Nanguna sa listahan ng mga awardees sa Elite Class si reigning Male Swimmer of the Year Marc Bryan Dula ng Masville E­lementary School na bumasag ng limang rekord para maibulsa ang MOS trophy sa boys’ 11-year.

Nagtala ng bagong marka si Dula sa 100m IM (1:12.15), 100m butterfly (1:08.31), 100m backstroke (1:10.06), 100m breaststroke (1:23.40) at 100m freestyle (1:04.13) sa torneong itinaguyod ni Sen. Nikki Coseteng at suportado ng MX3.

Wagi rin ng MOS awards sina Diliman Preparatory School tankers Paula Carmela Cusing (girls’ 15-over), Jenn Al­breicht Sermonia (girls’ 10-year) at Lee Grant Cabral (boys’ 12-year) gayundin si Palarong Pambansa Most Bemedalled Athlete Micaela Jasmine Mojdeh.(girls’ 12-year).

Ang iba pang MOS sa girls’ class ay sina Raine Callera (8), Portia Jean Belo (9), Triza Tabamo (11), Sofia Beatrize Lopez (13) at Hazel Tan (14) habang nama­yagpag sa boys’ division sina Aishel Cid Evangelista (8), Jamesray Ajido (9), Trump Luistro (10), Marcus De Kam (13), JM Rala (14) at Jules Mirandilla (15-over).

Sa Class C, itinanghal na MOS sina Clara Maligat (7), Maxene Eira Cruz (8), Althea Roxas (9), Sofia Gomas (10), Rica Angel De Silva (11), Diane Mijares (12), Lizzie Alberto (13), Sophia Gene Tumangday (14) at Jewel Susan Sermonia (15-over) sa girls; at sina Nathaniel Capua (7), Nelson Ritchie (8), Ezechiel Marlon Marcelino (9), Jassen Rosas (10), Ryan Lotino (11), John Victor Berenguel (12), Raya Calimlim (13), Jeric Cortez (14) at Rafael Curray (15-over) sa boys.

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