Narra came out as the overall champion in the weeklong provincial meet after netting a total of 187 medals in the elementary and secondary level.
Narra garnered 68 gold medals, 62 silver and 57 bronze for the championships.
Rounding up the overall rankings were Brooke’s Point, Roxas, Coron, Bataraza, Linapacan, San Vicente, Taytay, Quezon, Aborlan, Culion, Balabac, Araceli, El Nido, Busuanga, Cuyo, Cagayancillo, Rizal, Sofronio Espanola, Magsaysay, Agutaya, and Dumaran.
For the elementary level topped by the host, Roxas placed second, Coron third, and Brooke’s Point fourth.
Meanwhile, in the secondary level, which Narra also topped, the town of Bataraza was second, Brooke’s Point third, Taytay fourth and Coron was the fifth winner.
Aborlan got the Special prize for best in uniform; Caganyancillo for best in unity dance; El Nido for most disciplined delegation and colon as the cleanest and organized missionary work.
Last year, Narra also topped the secondary level while Roxas town came out on top of the elementary division.
Narra Mayor Lucena Demaala said Sunday that the provincial meet is “generally peaceful and successful.”
Demaala congratulated the Narra delegation for the achievement.
“We are very proud sa naging result ng palaro. Even if we are not the host municipality alam ko na kaya tayong ipanalo ng ating mga players. Generally, matagumpay ang naging resulta, hindi lang para sa amin kundi sa lahat ng lumahok. We are looking forward sa mga susunod pang aktibidad katulad nito,” Demaala said.
2018 Provincial Meet Official Medal Tally
November 4-9, 2018
1st Runner-Up: Roxas
2nd Runner-Up: Coron
3rd Runner-Up: Brooke’s Point
4th Runner-Up: Linapacan
1st Runner-Up: Bataraza
2nd Runner-Up: Brooke’s Point
3rd Runner-Up: Taytay
4th Runner-Up: Coron
2. Brooke’s Point
Best in Uniform: Aborlan
Best in Unity Dance: Cagayancillo
Most Disciplined Delegation: El Nido
Cleanest and Most Organized Delegation: Culion