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  • General Santos pugs topped the list with four gold medals, led by Jhon Peter Patrick Cagumay who scored an impressive fourth-round technical knockout win over Bayog’s Roque Tapayan in the junior boys’ bantamweight division at the Combat Sports Arena inside the Provincial Government Center.

    RVDenegatoppedteam PacMan’s Richard Bulacan 2-1 in the boys flyweight division, Jayson Mama carved out a unanimous decision triumph over Sarangani province’s Rodrigo Belinggan in the boys flyweight class, Regel Lou Alde beat Digos City’s Jerson Bancil by a 2-1 decision in the men’s elite flyweight category for GenSan’s other victories.

    Team Pacman took two gold medals, with feisty Jean Minguillian dominating Zamboanga City Rosmil Samson 3-0 and Rey Tagulaylay proving too much for Digos City’s Jeremy Puno 3-0 in the men’s elite light flyweight championship.

    Zamboanga City and the town of Guipos, Zambonga  del Sur secured a pair of mints each in the games supported by the Zamboanga del Sur provincial government led by Gov. Antonio Cerilles, who hosted the PNG as part of the celebration of the province’s 63rd founding anniversary.

    Rennie Boy Ferraren beat Team Pacman’s Jestine Tesoro 2-1 in the boys light bantamweight class while Romer Dagoywhipped Manti’s Aljum Pelesio 3-0 in the boys  bantamweight category for Zamboanga City’ victories.

    Guipos boxer Sherwin Anthony Marcial overwhelmed Cagayan de Oro’s Renato Victolero 3-0 and teammate Dennis Gaan outslugged CDO’s Roel Otaza 3-0 in ruling the boys lightweight and men’s elite light welterweight championship matches, respectively. (Malaya)

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