THE Notre Dame Siena School of Marbel (NDSSM) harvested a total of 17 gold medals, 16 silvers and 12 bronzes to rule the Dolan 7th Languyan sa Kadayawan Festival Inter-School Swimming Competition held at the Ladislawa Garden Village Country Club in Buhangin over the weekend.

Ateneo de Davao University hauled six golds, one silver and one bronze to finish second while Notre Dame of Surallah pocketed three golds, one silver and two bronzes to end up third.

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The Montessori School of Surallah, South Cotabato came in fourth with three golds and a silver while Abba's Orchard finished placed fifth with three golds and a bronze.

Finishing behind behind were Holy Cross of Davao College (2-2-0), St. Alexius College (2-1-1), Collegio de San Ignacio (2-1-0), Sped Bangkal (1-3-0), Precious International School of Davao (PISD) (1-2-3), Davao Christian High School (1-0-3), Nursery of Banga (0-3-1), University of Mindanao (0-2-3), Philippine Nikkei Jin Kai International School (0-2-1), Perezville Learning School (0-1-4), Bec Elementary School (0-1-1), Notre Dame of Marbel University-Ibed (0-1-0), Banga Central Elementary School (0-1-0), University of the Philippines Mindanao (0-0-3), Koronadal Central Elementary School (0-0-2), Christian College of Southeast Asia (0-0-1) and Marylan School Inc. (0-0-1).

NDSSM tankers Ralph Aloot, Ellaine Yap and Bryan Inamarga were hailed Dolan's fastest swimmers in their respective categories.

Aloot amassed 29 points in the boys 15-above event while Yap garnered 30 points in the girls 13-14. Inamarga earned 36 points in the boys 10-12.

Yap shared the honors with HCDC's Lorelie Lora, who made 32 points in the one-day tournament organized by the Evangelista Aquatics and Sports Management Inc.

The other top performers were NDS's Carlo Miguel Vega (boys 13-14), CDSI's Dara Evangelista (girls 10-12), SAC's Francis Xavier dela Rhea (boys seven to nine), Ateneo's Angelina Marie Bonafe (girls seven to nine), MSSSC's Ryan Suarez (boys six) and AO's Franzine Haban (girls six). (MLSA)