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Blue Dolphins - Mariners' Pride

March 4, 2013 - Recently, the Mariners' Blue Dolphin was declared Over-all Champion in the concluded Loveres Cup - An Inter Commercial Basketball Tournament held at Daraga, Albay last January 2013. They also won their previous games, shown in the team's scoreboard. However, they technically didn't win during their latest game against the Bicol Champion Naga Colleges Foundation. It was an exhibition game at the 39th Foundation Day of Mariners' Naga/Canaman, held March 4, 2013 at Mariners' Canaman. The opposing teams gave the audience an enjoyable game, a clean fight with great sportsmanship. Naga Colleges Foundation won by six points yet, the Blue Dolphins was still considered the champion in the hearts of the Marineros for fighting a good fight.

Check out the Blue Dolphin's Page here

Golds and Silvers of Mark Angelo Villar

prisaa 2013

Mark Angelo Villar, a 4th year Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering student won two Gold Medals for the 50 M Breaststroke and 50 M Medley Relay (4x), and two Silver Medals for the 100 and 200 M Breaststroke swimming competition during the National PRISAA held at Pangasinan last February 10-16, 2013.

The event consisted of different athletes from the Private Schools in the country. Villar, along with other Bicolano students, represented Region V for the National competition. Most of the Bicol delegates were from Mariners Legazpi including Ruby Arienda (Basketball Women); John Joseph Albay, Deanmark Bonaobra, Jay-ar Santos, Mark Huevos, Kent Ternio, Erick Richard de Mesa, Amado Infante Jr, Aldrin Britanico (Football); Roel Salufrania, Inocencio Barquilla Jr., Michael Joy Rodrigo, Joseph Basas (Taekwondo Men); Mary Ann Deza (Taekwondo Women); Dioney Balute, Leopoldo Casaya Jr, Ronnie Palmes, Karlo Odoño (Boxing); and Mark Angelo Villar, Emil Jay Dizon, Nelson Abache Jr., Gerardo Nepomuceno, Patrick Velasco (Swimming).