EMEMHS scores 3-peat victory in Bago fancy drill tilt

BACOLOD. The top three schools led by the champion, Enriqueta Montilla de Esteban Memorial High School of Pulupandan, with the judges from Philippine Military Academy and Vice Mayor Ramon Torres. (Contributed photo)

THE Enriqueta Montilla de Esteban Memorial High School (EMEMHS) was declared the over-all champion during the 11th Invitational Fancy Drill Competition in celebration of the 121st Al Cinco de Noviembre fiesta in Bago City.

EMEMHS scored a grand slam victory after being the champion of the competition for three consecutive years since 2017.

The group from Pulupandan went home with a top prize of P25,000 in cash and trophy. They were also adjudged as Best in Street Performance with P5, 000 as cash prize.

STI-West Negros University (WNU) settled for first runner-up followed by Lopez Jaena National High School which was adjudged as second runner-up. They received P20,000 and P15,000 cash prizes respectively.

Other special award winners are-Ramon Torres National High School for best narration; STI- WNU for best in production number; Cadet Colonel Diona Mandadero of Domingo Lacson National High School for best platoon leader; Lopez Jaena National High School for best in uniform, and Domingo Lacson National High School for most disciplined.

Each special award has a cash prize of P5,000 each and a plaque of recognition.

Other CAT units which joined include Bacolod City National High School, Domingo Lacson National High School, Minoyan National High School of Murcia, Ramon Torres National High School- Bago City, and Southland College-Kabankalan City. PR


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