Siblings Marc Bryan Dula and Micaela Dula bannered the list of Most Outstanding Swimmer (MOS) awardees in the 106th Philippine Swimming League (PSL) National Series – 10th Sen. Nikki Coseteng Swimming Championships held at the Diliman Preparatory School swimming pool in Quezon City.
Marc Bryan, a Weisenheimer Academy standout, garnered 50 points to pocket the MOS award in the boys’ 9-year category while Micaela got 43 points to earn the top spot in the girls’ 8-year of the event supported by The Manila Times.
Micaela Jasmine Mojdeh of Immaculate Heart of Mary College-Paranaque (girls’ 10-year), Jerard Dominic Jacinto of University of the East (boys’ 15-over) and Andrea Jheremy Pacheco of Susan Papa Swim Academy (girls’ 15-over) earned their respective MOS awards.
Also topping their age bands were Diliman Preparatory School tankers Paula Carmela Cusing (girls’ 13-year), Albert Sermonia II (boys’ 11-year) and Lee Grant Cabral (boys’ 10-year) as well as Aalia Jaire Espejo of University of the Philippines Integrated School (girls’ 13-year) and Tom Aubrey of International Learning Academy of Cainta (girls’ 9-year).
The other MOS awardees were Richelle Anne Callera (girls’ 6-under), Aishel Cid Evangelista (boys’ 6-under), Master Charles Janda (boys’ 7-year), Quantreulle Wangkay (girls’ 8-year), Trump Christian Luistro (boys’ 8-year), Joanna Cervas (girls’ 11-year), Kyla Soguilon (girls’ 12-year), Laurence Macapagal (boys’ 12-year), Charles Ticbaen (boys’ 13-year), Isabel Baclig (girls’ 14-year) and Lowestein Julian Lazaro (boys’ 14-year).
In Class C, the MOS winners were Denise Moira Baui (6-under), Cassandra Santos (7), Juliana De Mesa (9), Charlize Dimapilis (10), Czarina Pamintuan (11), Yvonne Sampang (12), Francine Cabato (13), Julianne Javier (14) and Angela Samson (15-over) in girls; and Kevin Bryle Chan (6-under), Ashton Clyde Jose (7), Bernard Santos (8), Edrian Jeremy Manalad (9), Mark Henry Espinosa (10), Liam Ryan Trinanes (11), Rey Capistrano (12), Lance Legaspi (13), Willy Pelongco (14) and Vergel Barong (15-over) in boys.
“It’s a good showing that these kids are improving from time to time. We will continue giving them proper exposure to further hone their skills for future international tournaments,” said PSL President Susan Papa.