Tagoloan Community College celebrates the 4th day of its 20th Founding Anniversary and Intramurals 2023 with the theme “Two Decades of Remarkable Excellence: Celebrating the True Spirit of Sportsmanship, Inclusivity, and Competence” on November 9 at Tagoloan Dome.

Blazing lights unified the students, which has become a traditional ceremony at TCC. The flame was lit from the exit of the dome and remained burning at its entrance, symbolizing that the new era of TCC started the moment students kindled the flame of sportsmanship, inclusivity, and competence.

As the students assembled at the venue, the program started with the opening remarks of the Vice President of Administration, Dr. Kharen Jane S. Ungab. Followed by the introduction of the board of esteemed judges, next is the opening salvo of all participants from different categories, such as Solo P-pop singing, Latin Ballroom Team Formation and K-pop Hip-hop dance.

The first competition is a showcase of the golden voices of contenders.

Solo p-pop singing contest results:

3rd place: BLIS – Emma Leorrine Magampoc

2nd place: HM – Crispolo Quilang

Champion: BSIT – Randiels Lapates

The second round of competition is the Latin Balloom Team Formation. Dazzling togs dominate the stage, as do the elegance of dancers with on-point dance moves. The Latin Ballroom Team Formation routines shall cover the following dances:

A. Samba

B. Cha-cha-cha

C. Rumba

D. Paso double

E. Jive

Latin Ballroom Team Formation results:

3rd place: CBA

2nd place: CCJPS

Champion: COEd

The third round of the competition is the K-pop Hip-hop dance, majoring in the presentation and technique of the contenders.

K-pop Hip-hop dance results:

3rd place: CAS

2nd place: COED

Champion: HM

The event justifies that TCCians excel not only in academics but also in their uncanny knack for talent.

Congratulations to the winners!

Photos by Joshua Delalamon Catequesta

Source: Tagoloan Community College Quill