The College of Criminology and Law Enforcement (CCLE) Raptors heated their way in the Alcala Sports Complex in Quezon National High School to dominate the track and field events, Oct. 19.
CCLE harvested a total of 16 gold medals in shot put, discus throw, long jump, triple jump, 4×400 relay, 4×100 relay, 100-meter dash, 200-meter run, 400-meter run, 800-meter run, and 1500-meter run.
Van Laurence Hernandez of Criminology burst in passion to dominate the 100 and 200-meter events and sprint his way to claim the gold medals, clocking 12.22 and 27.25 seconds respectively. Behind him was Neil Ron Colabilla of Engineering, who took silver and milliseconds behind Hernandez’s record clocking 12.60 and 27.56 seconds, respectively.
Rogelio Loverez of Criminology used his athleticism to leave out other athletes to grab the gold in the 400, 800 and 1500-meter events, clocking in a time of 1.02, 2.36 and 4.57 minutes, respectively.
Another Raptor’s bet, Jeremi Endiape, converted his strength to conquer shot put where he heaved a distance of 10.7 meters.
Behind Endiape was Jonaz Abraham of CEng Tigers who only threw a distance of 8.83 meters.
Endiape also claimed gold in discuss throw, who threw the distance of 23.45 meters, far behind Ajay Permejo of Criminology, who took silver with a distance thrown of 19.76 meters.
Rommel Lopez another Raptor mainstay, jumped high to claim the gold medal in long jump with a distance leap of 4.85 meters, ahead of Maestro’s John Delter Martinez who took silver and slightly inches away of Lopez’s record. Martinez record was 4.83 meters.
Lopez also claimed the first place in the triple jump, in a distance leap of 10.39 meters, while Martinez landed second place when he leaped 10.22 meters away in the contested event at the sports complex.