USC’s Siso siblings swamps competition in Cesafi tennis-A A +A
Sunday, September 23, 2012
FROM being the top junior players in Cebu, the University of San Carlos’ Siso siblings move on to becoming the force to be reckoned with in the collegiate level as they dominated the Cebu Schools Athletics Foundation Inc. (Cesafi) tennis tournament at the Alta Vista Golf and Country Club.
Sisters Sallydine and Sally Mae routed University of the Visayas’ (UV) Julie Ann Jopia and Mae Ann Amorin, 8-0, for the women’s doubles title.
Bernardine Siso, on the other hand, duplicated his sister’s feat by beating teammate Fritz Satera, 8-4, in the men’s singles finals.
The girls’ singles title was won USC’s by Kezia Jabines, who defeated teammate Grace Melchor, 8-2.
The only title that slipped through USC’s hands was the men’s doubles, which went to the University of San Jose Recoletos’ Israel Abarquez and Jayvee Canoy, who defeated UV’s Marc Enriquez and Janel Pintor, 8-5.
In the secondary division, UV’s John Michael Necessario defeated USC’s Charlesmagne Cabarrubias, 8-3, in the boys singles, while University of Cebu’s Dwyne Tarculas and Clyde Dale Bienes won the doubles title from USC’s Jermaine Laurel and Derek Tabo-Tabo, 8-2
In the girls’ division, UV’s Sheena Camporedondo defeated Farah Ardiente, 8-4, while USC’s Edelweiss Donaire and Beverly Enriquez routed UV’s Elyka Hugo and Camille Sultan, 8-2.
Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on September 23, 2012.