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Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REGION IV­ CALABARZON Karangalan Village, Cainta, Rizal

SOUTHERN TAGALOG CALABARZON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (STCAA) MEET San Luis Recreational, Educational and Cultural Complex Bubukal, Sta. Cruz, Laguna TABLE OF CONTENTS Page

Foreword Messages Regional Memorandum No. 2, s, 2011 The Southern Tagalog CALABARZON Athletic Association (STCAA) Meet Program 2012 STCAA Regional Palaro Sports Council Honorary Officials The Organizational Structure of the 2012 STCAA Meet Uniform Color by Division Billeting Quarters Playing Venues and Event Coordinators Calendar of Activities Officiating Officials Solidarity Meeting Program Governor's Night Opening Parade and Program Closing Program Implementing Rules and Screening Guidelines in the Conduct of the 2012 STCAA Meet Tournament Guidelines and Ground Rules Schedule of Games 2012 STCAA Point System Criteria for Judging Special Awards Sports Credo Oath of Amateurism/Panunumpa ng mga Baguhang Manlalaro Meet Officials Oath Nuggets of Wisdom for Officiating Officials Guidelines on the Selection of Athletes, Coaches and Chaperons for Palarong Pambansa Record Holders in Athletics and Swimming Athletics Numbers (Number Bib) Participation Chart Acknowledgement -

Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REGION IV­ CALABARZON Karangalan Village, Cainta, Rizal

FOREWORD

Southern Tagalog CALABARZON Athletic Association (STCAA) Meet is an annual Regional Sports Festival where select athletes with competitive skills are gathered to showcase their prowess in their respective sports event. This sports activity serves as the Regional Olympic for the in-school amateur athletes who vectored in the school intramurals, district, unit and division/provincial meets from the fifteen divisions that comprise DepEd CALABARZON. The conduct of any sports competition entails intensive preparations to ensure an effective and smooth turnout of the games which includes general rules and regulations for implementation of the specific guidelines per event and basic information relative to the conduct of the regional meet. The 2012 Southern Tagalog CALABARZON Athletic Association (STCAA) Meet Manual of Operation has been designed to serve as a primer for officiating officials, trainers, coaches, chaperons and athletes of the different sports events. It embodies all the implementing policies and guidelines to be followed in the conduct of the Regional Meet. It also includes the Regional Memorandum on the said Meet, list of officiating officials, playing venues, billeting quarters, calendar of activities, and schedule of sports events. In as much as this handbook is especially made to guide the technical officials, coaches and chaperons in the performance of their specific functions and to assist them in making relevant and judicious decision about how a game is played, its full utilization is encouraged to effect smooth management of the different sports events. It is hoped that this sports manual of operation will contribute much to the successful conduct of the 2012 STCAA Meet.

Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

REGION IV-CALABARZON Karangalan Village, Cainta, Rizal

MESSAGE

It is my pride and pleasure to greet the officials, delegates, guests and participants of the 2012 Southern Tagalog CALABARZON Athletic Association (STCAA) Meet especially the people of Laguna for hosting this year's regional sports event. The STCAA Meet showcases excellence in sports of young Filipino athletes with end in view of strengthening the spirit of healthy competition, genuine sportsmanship and fruitful cooperation. This year's meet carries the theme `The Caring CALABARZON Athletes: Leading the Way Towards Quality and Excellence in Sports' which accentuates the significance of the caring spirit of every athlete to achieve quality and excellence in sports. Indeed, if we care for each other, we will excel together. I am confident that if every athlete will care for each other, sports can be a vehicle to foster leadership, teamwork, self-discipline and fair play. Hence, I encourage everyone involved in this regional meet to take part in advancing a `caring' environment amidst the competitiveness of sports. Mabuhay ang Team CALABARZON! Onwards to Palarong Pambansa! LORNA DIG DINO, CESO IV Director III Officer-In-Charge Office of the Regional Director

Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REGION IV­ CALABARZON Karangalan Village, Cainta, Rizal

THE SOUTHERN TAGALOG CALABARZON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (STCAA) MEET PROGRAM

I. DESCRIPTION

The Palarong Panrehiyon dubbed as Southern Tagalog CALABARZON Athletic Association (STCAA) Meet is an annual multi-level Regional Athletic competition conducted by DepEd Region IV-CALABARZON and participated in by the elementary and secondary pupils/students both from public and private schools. It serves as the laboratory of all learned/acquired knowledge, skills and competencies as well as attitude and values developed in physical education. It is an avenue that provides in-school youth opportunities to improve their physical, mental, intellectual, moral and social well-being. Likewise, it serves as a means to promote education, health and sportsmanship. II. OBJECTIVES 1. To promote physical education and sports as an integral part of the basic Education Curriculum and as an affirmation of the schools' commitment to the full development of the great potentials of the youth to become responsible and globally competitive citizens of our society. 2. To instill and imbibe among the pupils/students the spirits of discipline, teamwork, excellence, fair play, solidarity, sportsmanship and other values inherent in sports. 3. To widen the base for talent identification, selection, recruitment, training and exposure of elementary and secondary pupils / students. 4. To provide database as valid and universal basis to further improve the school sports development program; and 5. To serve as a feeder to the National Sports Associations (NSA) for further training for International competitions. The Regional Palaro Board shall formulate policies and guidelines that shall govern the conduct of the Regional Palaro and other related school sports activities, approved budget allocation, decide on the hosting and directly supervise the preparation and conduct of the Regional Meet.

III. THE HOSTING OF STCAA MEET The hosting of the STCAA Meet is determined by volunteerism and guided by the principle of rotation. The purpose is to encourage the establishment of modern sports facilities in all provinces/cities and to promote the socio-economic-cultural characteristics of provinces and cities through school sports. 1. Criteria for the Selection of Venue for STCAA Meet 1.1 The sports facilities to be used must be of international standards and that these are well-secured but accessible to the general public. 1.2 The billeting areas for the athletic delegations and technical officials are adequate and conveniently located, with adequate rooms, comfort rooms, washing, kitchen and dining areas and other basic requirements. 1.3 The sports facilities and billeting areas must have adequate supply of water and uninterrupted electric power. 1.4 There must be available basic services such as medical / dental, transportation and communication. 1.5 The peace and order situation in the locality must be excellent and conducive to the holding of the regional activity. 1.6 The host local government must be capable and willing to shoulder expenses necessary for the hosting of the STCAA Meet, including construction and renovation of sports facilities, billeting and other infrastructural requirements. 1.7 All socio-economic-political groups, government and non-government agencies in the region must manifest uncompromising unity in ensuring the successful staging of the STCAA Meet. The Selection and Awarding of the Host Local Government Unit/Division Office 2.1 The Office of the Regional Director shall consult with the Schools Division Superintendents in identifying the host division. 2.2 After identifying the host division, the Executive Secretary and her identified sports specialists shall coordinate with the host division on the requirements for the conduct of the regional sports activity. Responsibilities of the Host 3.1 Local Government Unit (LGU) · Ensure the availability of all technical facilities, billeting quarters, playing venues, transportation and other amenities. · Ensure the availability of technical equipment, materials and supplies which shall be according to the specifications prescribed by the Technical Management Committee. · Promote and sustain the socio-economic and cultural development of province / city. · Ensure peace and order. · Source funds from other government and non-government agencies. 3.2 Division Office (DO) · Implement all policies and guidelines. · The Schools Division Superintendent shall organize the different working committees. · Perform other functions / tasks duly assigned by the Regional Palaro Board.

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4. Minimum Requirements for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies · Stage for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies · Lights and Sound System. · Parade of Athletes and Athletic Delegations. · Presence of DepED and National / Local Government Officials, invited guests, visitors. 5. Minimum Requirements for: 5.1.Billeting Areas · There must be at least one room for every 15 delegation members or a minimum of 40 classrooms for every delegation. · There must be one comfort room (T&B) for every 25 delegation members. · There must be non-stop, clean and adequate water supply and uninterrupted electric power. · There must be available and spacious washing areas and clean lavatories with good drainage system. · There must be clean, well-ventilated and spacious dining / kitchen area. 5.2 Playing Venues and Other Facilities · Standard playing areas / venues for all sport events. · Accessible to transportation and communication. · Complete standard equipment for the different sports events. · Availability of grandstands and bleachers 6. Other Guidelines · If there is a clear indication that the venue will not be ready on the date of the Regional Palaro, the Regional Director has the option to reset it at a later date. · The Regional Office shall be consulted on the technical aspects of the construction of the facilities for the different sports events. · After the Palaro, the DepEd shall provide assistance in the formulation of the sports program to ensure the maximum utilization of the sports facilities. IV. THE SPORTS EVENTS, NUMBER OF ATHLETES, COACHES AND CHAPERONS A. ELEMENTARY DIVISION

Sports Events 1. Arnis 2. Athletics 3. Badminton 4. Baseball 5. Basketball 6. Chess Gender Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Boys Boys Girls Number of Athletes 2 2 12 12 4 4 12 12 2 2 Number of Coaches 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 Chaperons 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 Total 3 4 14 15 5 6 13 13 3 4

7. Football 8. Gymnastics (MAG)

WAG Rhythmic 9. Sipa Takraw 10. Softball 11. Swimming 12. Table Tennis 13. Taekwondo 14. Tennis 15. Volleyball Total

Boys Boys Girls Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls

15 3 3 3 4 12 10 10 4 4 6 6 4 4 12 12 176

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 28

0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 11

16 4 4 5 5 14 11 12 5 6 7 8 5 6 13 14 215

B. SECONDARY DIVISION

Sports Events 1. Archery 2. Arnis 3. Athletics 4. Badminton 5. Baseball 6. Basketball 7. Chess 8. Football 9. Gymnastics (MAG) WAG Rhythmic 10. Sepak Takraw 11. Softball Gender Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Boys Girls Girls Boys Girls Number of Athletes 4 4 5 5 15 15 4 4 12 12 12 2 2 15 3 3 3 12 12 Number of Coaches 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 Chaperons 0 1 0 1 Total 5 6 6 7 17 18 5 6 13 13 14 3 4 16 4 4 5 13 14

12. Swimming 13. Table Tennis 14. Taekwondo 15. Tennis 16. Volleyball TOTAL

Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls

10 10 4 4 6 6 4 4 12 12 216

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 31

0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 13

11 12 5 6 7 8 5 6 13 14 260

4. COMPOSITION OF DIVISION DELEGATION

Delegation Athletes Coaches Chaperons Delegation Officials Grand Total Elementary 176 28 11 215 Secondary 216 31 13 260 Delegation Officials Total 392 59 24 12 487

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Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REGION IV­ CALABARZON Karangalan Village, Cainta, Rizal

2012 STCAA REGIONAL PALARO SPORTS COUNCIL

Honorary Chairman Hon. Jeorge "ER" Ejercito Estregan Governor, Province of Laguna Hon. Domingo G. Panganiban Mayor, Sta. Cruz, Laguna Chairman Dr. Lorna Dig Dino Director III Officer-In-Charge Office of the Regional Director Dr. Ester C. Lozada Schools Division Superintendent Division of Laguna Dr. Eugenia R. Gorgon Chief, SED Dr. Norma L. Maalindog OIC-Schools Division Superintendent Division of Antipolo City Dr. Donato G. Bueno OIC-Schools Division Superintendent Division of Batangas Dr. Tolentino Aquino OIC-Schools Division Superintendent Division of Batangas City Dr. Myrna M. Pamplona Schools Division Superintendent Division of Calamba City Dr. Yolanda V. Carpina Schools Division Superintendent Division of Cavite

Vice Chairman

Executive Secretary Members

Dr. Cresenciana R. Fancuvilla Schools Division Superintendent Division of Cavite City Dr. Victoria R. Pamienta OIC-Schools Division Superintendent Division of Dasmarias City Dr. Mercelita L. Formentilla OIC-Schools Division Superintendent Division of Lipa City Dr. Aniano M. Ogayon OIC-Schools Division Superintendent Division of Lucena City Dr. Gloria P. Potes Schools Division Superintendent Division of Quezon Dr. Carlito D. Rocafort OIC - Schools Division Superintendent Division of Rizal Dr. Enric T. Sanchez OIC - Schools Division Superintendent Division of San Pablo City Mr. Hereberto Jose D. Miranda OIC - Schools Division Superintendent Division of Santa Rosa City Dr. Corazon B. Ocampo OIC - Schools Division Superintendent Division of Tanauan City

HONORARY OFFICIALS

1. PROVINCIAL GOVERNORS/CITY MAYORS Division Batangas Batangas City Lipa City Tanauan City Cavite Cavite City Dasmarias City Laguna Calamba City San Pablo City Santa Rosa City Rizal Antipolo City Quezon Lucena City

Governor/Mayor Hon. Ma. Rosa Vilma T. Santos Recto Hon. Vilma A. Dimacuha Hon. Meynardo A. Sabili Hon. Sonia T. Aquino Hon. Juanito Victor C. Remulla Jr. Hon. Romeo G. Ramos Hon. Jennifer A. Barzaga Hon. Jeorge "ER" Ejercito Estregan Hon. Joaquin M. Chipeco Jr. Hon. Vicente B. Amante Hon. Arlene Arcillas B. Nazareno Hon. Casimiro A. Ynares III, M.D. Hon. Danilo O. Leyble Hon. David C. Suarez Hon. Barbara Ruby C. Talaga

2. CONGRESSMEN/CONGRESSWOMEN Division District Batangas 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Cavite 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th Laguna 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Rizal 1st 2nd Quezon 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Antipolo City 1st 2nd

Congressmen/Congresswomen Hon. Tomas V. Apacible Hon. Hermilando "Ingco" Mandanas Hon. Nelson "Sonny" P. Collantes Hon. Mark Llandro L.Mendoza Hon. Joseph Emilio A. Abaya Hon. Lani M. Revilla Hon. Erineo "Ayong" S. Maliksi Hon. Elpidio F. Barzaga Jr. Hon. Roy M. Loyola Hon. Antonio A. Ferrer Hon. Jesus Crispin C. Remulla Hon. Danilo Ramon S. Fernandez Hon. Justin Marc S. Chipeco Hon. Ma. Evita R. Arago Hon. Edgar "Egay" S. San Luis Hon. Joel Roy A. Duavit Hon. Isidro S. Rodriguez Jr. Hon. Wilfrido Marck M. Enverga Hon. Irvin M. Alcala Hon. Danilo E. Suarez Hon. Lorenzo R. Taada III Hon. Roberto V. Puno Hon. Romeo M. Acop

3. SCHOOLS DIVISION SUPERINTENDENTS and ASSISTANT SCHOOLS DIVISION SUPERINTENDENTS Division

Antipolo City Batangas Batangas City Calamba City Cavite Cavite City Dasmarias City Laguna Lipa City Lucena City Quezon Rizal San Pablo City Santa Rosa City Tanauan City

Schools Division Superintendent

Dr. Norma L. Maalindog Dr. Donato G. Bueno Dr. Tolentino Aquino Dr. Myrna P. Pamplona Dr. Yolanda V. Carpina Dr. Cresenciana R. Fancuvilla Dr. Victoria R. Pamienta Dr. Ester C. Lozada Dr. Mercelita L. Formentilla Dr. Aniano M. Ogayon Dr. Gloria P. Potes Dr. Carlito D. Rocafort Dr. Enric T. Sanchez Dr. Hereberto Jose D. Miranda Dr. Corazon B. Ocampo

Asst. Schools Division Superintendent

Ms. Julia B. Victor Ms. Nadine C. Celindro Mrs. Ludy N. Pasagui Dr. Rommel C. Bautista Mr. Emmanuel Ressurecion Dr. Nora E. Bambo Mrs. Susan DL. Oribiana Dr. Amelita O. Balagtas Dr. Gerardo B. de Villa Dr. Gloria Ching Dr. Marites A. Ibaes Mrs. Edna M. Tabora

4. DIVISION PESS SUPERVISORS Division

Antipolo City Batangas Batangas City Calamba City Cavite Cavite City Dasmarias City Laguna Lipa City Lucena City Quezon Rizal San Pablo City Santa Rosa City Tanauan City

Name

Mr. Lolito A. Makiramdam Mr. Joel Lubis Mr. Nicolas A. Asi Dr. Vivian L. Frias Dr. Rodolfo D. Cruz Mrs. Marissa O. Aguirre Mr. Julius C. Reyes Ms. Judith V. Clemente Dr. Annie A. Atienza Mr. Joey L. Jader Mrs. Elizabeth M. de Villa Mr. Agapito M. Caritativo Mr. Evaristo A. Capuno Mr. Mario V. Zantua Mrs. Rosario R. Tolentino

THE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE 2012 SOUTHERN TAGALOG CALABARZON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (STCAA) MEET REGIONAL PALARO BOARD

Chairman Vice Chairman Members Secretariat Dr. Lorna Dig Dino Dr. Eugenia R. Gorgon Schools Division Superintendents Secondary Education Division

I. 1 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. II. 18. 19. 20.

REGIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Chairman Deputy Chair Co-Chairman Members Dr. Lorna Dig Dino Dr. Eugenia R. Gorgon Dr. Ester C. Lozada Dr. Norma L. Maalindog Dr. Donato G. Bueno Dr. Tolentino Aquino Dr. Myrna M. Pamplona Dr. Yolanda V. Carpina Dr. Cresenciana R. Fancuvilla Dr. Victoria R. Pamienta Dr. Mercelita L. Formentilla Dr. Aniano M. Ogayon Dr. Gloria P. Potes Dr. Carlito D. Rocafort Dr. Enric T. Sanchez Mr. Hereberto Jose D. Miranda Dr. Corazon B. Ocampo Regional Director, Region IV-A Chief, SED SDS, Division of Laguna OIC-SDS, Division of Antipolo City OIC-SDS, Division of Batangas OIC-SDS, Division of Batangas City SDS, Division of Calamba City SDS, Division of Cavite SDS, Division of Cavite City OIC-SDS, Division of Dasmarias City OIC-SDS, Division of Lipa City OIC-SDS, Division of Lucena City SDS, Division of Quezon OIC-SDS, Division of Rizal OIC-SDS, Division of San Pablo City OIC-SDS, Division of Santa Rosa City OIC-SDS, Division of Tanauan City

TECHNICAL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Chairman Members Dr. Eugenia R. Gorgon Ms. Pacita Q. Lungcay Mr. Francisco Gajilomo, Jr. Mrs. Marissa SJ. Gatapia Ms. Judith V. Clemente Chief, SED & OIC - EED Chief EPS II, SED EPS II, EED EPS II, SED EPS I, Laguna

THE MANAGEMENT WORKING COMMITTEES 1. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE Chairman Pacita Q. Lungcay Co-Chairmen Ms. Judith V. Clemente Ms. Elizabeth de Villa Members Mr. Lolito A. Makiramdam Mr. Joel Lubis Mr. Nicolas A. Asi Dr. Vivian L. Frias Dr. Rodolfo D. Cruz Mrs. Marissa O.Aguirre Mr. Julius C. Reyes Dr. Annie C. Atienza Mr. Joey L. Jader Mr. Agapito M. Caritativo Mr. Evaristo A. Capuno Mr. Mario V. Zantua Mrs. Rosario R. Tolentino Regional Office Laguna Quezon Antipolo City Batangas Batangas City Calamba City Cavite Cavite City Dasmarias City Lipa City Lucena City Rizal San Pablo City Santa Rosa City Tanauan City

2. TOURNAMENT MANAGEMENT Supervisor in-charge of Ms. Pacita Q. Lungcay Games 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. Archery Arnis Athletics (Track) Athletics (Field) Badminton (Elem.) Badminton (Sec.) Baseball (Elem.) Baseball (Sec.) Basketball Chess Football (Elem.) Football (Sec.) Gymnastics ­ RG MAG WAG Sipa Takraw Sepak Takraw Softball Swimming Table Tennis Taekwondo Tennis Volleyball TOURNAMENT MANAGERS Mildred M. de Leon Ardie P. Cordero Isabelo Alvero Emmanuel Luna Rex Alejandro Federico Belizario Celso Bagunu Jose Mosca Alfredo Julio Nelson Umali Nilo Dator Henry Opea Amihan Fenis Gina Buena Eliza Layugan Erwin Acorda Elmer Cayas Virgilio Avila Eugenio Vista Josep Tito N. Ocampo Shirley Evangelista Jonathan D. Pion Noel Aranda

Regional Office

Calamba City Rizal San Pablo City Cavite Antipolo City Laguna Antipolo City Lipa City Laguna Laguna Quezon Batangas Rizal Antipolo City Dasmarias City Antipolo City Cavite Cavite Rizal Cavite Quezon Rizal Rizal

TOURNAMENT SECRETARIES Event Archery Arnis Athletics Badminton (Elem.) Badminton (Sec.) Baseball (Elem.) Baseball (Sec.) Basketball Chess Football Gymnastics ­ RG MAG WAG Sipa Takraw Sepak Takraw Softball Swimming Table Tennis Taekwondo Tennis Volleyball Name Ernesto Piano Rhodora Barido Victoria Biglete Mildred Villamayor Reynita Macaraeg Apolonia Landicho Angelita Profeta Eva Andrion Baby Dolores Amparo Armida Estacio Gladys de Mesa Celeste Peria Violinda Sedano Conchita Martinez Edelene Camilon Ma. Belen Rodrin Susana Villegas Ellen Garduque Aileen Belen Mildeedeem Panelo Teofila Baja Division Batangas Rizal San Pablo City Quezon Dasmarias City Tanauan City Cavite Cavite Batangas Batangas Laguna Calamba City Antipolo City San Pablo City Batangas Cavite Laguna Tanauan City San Pablo City Cavite Batangas City

58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78.

3. BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. Chairman Co-Chairmen Members Mrs. Marites Gloria Mrs. Nancy Dizon Mrs. Eden Aquino Mrs. Irene A. Fernandez Mr. Ariel Cabantog Mrs. Marietta Jara Regional Office Regional Office Regional Office Laguna Laguna Laguna

4. PROCUREMENT, SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT COMMITTEE 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. Chairman Co-Chairman Members Ms. Virginia O. Bagacay Ms. Ester Delos Santos Mr. Ferdinand V. Marquez Mr. Gerardow Gamat Mr. Emmanuel E. Icalina Mr. Edwin DJ. Escalante Regional Office Laguna Regional Office Regional Office Laguna Laguna

5. INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION AND DOCUMENTATION COMMITTEE 91. Chairman 92. Co-Chairman 93. Members 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. Mr. Christopher Diaz Mrs. Agnes Rolle Mr. Dominador J. Villafria Ms. Angelina Mendiola Ms. Meliza Liporada Mr. Joseph Damian Mrs. Erma Valenzuela Mrs. Zenaida Yero Mr. Godofredo Mercado Mr. Eric Zaide Ms. Marijen Leosala Ms. Nadine Gaton Mr. Jonathan Marquez Ms. Delia del Mundo Ms. Belen Calaylay Mr. Mark Anthony Idang Ms. Amy Diaz Ms. Catherine Macabasco Ms. Mercedita Pabico Mr. Rolly Caidic Ms. Jonavee Jerudico Regional Office Regional Office Regional Office Regional Office Regional Office Regional Office Laguna Laguna Laguna Laguna Laguna Laguna Laguna Laguna Laguna Laguna Laguna Laguna Laguna Laguna Laguna

6. PROGRAM, INVITATION AND SPECIAL ACTIVITIES COORDINATING COMMITTEE 112. Chairman 113. Co-Chairman 114. Members 115. 116. Ms. Cherrylou D. de Mesa Ms. Angelika Jabines Mrs. Grace Averion Mrs. Susan DL. Oribiana Mrs. Redelia Vista Regional Office Regional Office Laguna Laguna Laguna

7. SCREENING AND ACCREDITATION COMMITTEE 117. Chairman 118. Co-Chairman 119. Members 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. Mr. Leonardo C. Cargullo Mr. Manuel Gibas Dr. Pearl Oliveth Intia Dr. Annaliza T. Araojo Dr. Ferdinand B. Millan Dr. Rainerio U. Reyes Ms. Susana Casalme Mr. Herman A. Catapang Mr. Joel I. Libranda Mrs. Petra P. Cantada Ms. Elenita A. Zapanta Mr. Michael M. de Guzman Regional Office Regional Office Regional Office Regional Office Antipolo City Cavite Batangas Batangas City Calamba City Cavite Cavite City Dasmarias City

129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. Legal Officers 138. 139. 140. Encoder

Mr. Armin O. Cabrales Mrs. Nenita I. Carandang Mr. Leo I. Etorne Mr. Sherwin C. Quesea Mr. Roger L. Vargas Mrs. Raine Ramos Ms. Armanda B. Franco Ms. Amelia O. Bathan Atty. Edwin Joyas Mrs. Ann Geralyn T. Pelias Mr. James Kingat Mrs. Glenda Dela Torre

Laguna Lipa City Lucena City Quezon Rizal San Pablo City Santa Rosa City Tanauan City Regional Office Regional Office Santa Rosa City Regional Office

8. MEDICAL SERVICES, HEALTH & SANITATION COMMITTEE Chairman Co-Chairman 141. Members 142. 143. 144. 145. 9. JURY OF APPEALS 146. 147. 148. Chairman Co-Chairmen Members Atty. Edwin Joyas Mr. Danilo Ilagan Mrs. Ann Geralyn T. Pelias Mr. James Kingat Dr. Hereberto D. Miranda Mr. Boyet Icalina Regional Office Regional Office Regional Office Santa Rosa City Laguna Laguna Dr. Analiza T. Araojo Dr. Pearl Oliveth Intia Dr. Cesar Dionglay Dr. Mercedita Lanzanas Dr. Alain Paul Cabodil Ms. Erodela Kasilag Ms. Karen Bernardino Regional Office Regional Office Laguna Calamba City Santa Rosa City San Pablo City Santa Rosa City

10. PEACE AND ORDER COMMITTEE 149. Chairman 150. Co-Chairman 151. Members 152. 153. Mr. Bernardo Pascual Mr. Francisco J. Gajilomo Jr. PNP Sr. Supt. Gilbert Cruz Mr. Lamberto Perolina Dr. Ernesto Jacob Regional Office Regional Office Laguna Laguna Laguna

11. AWARDS COMMITTEE 154. Chairman 155. Co-Chairmen 156. 157. Members 158. 159. 160. 12. ACCOMMODATION 161. Chairman 162. Co-Chairman 163. Members 164. Mrs. Marissa SJ. Gatapia Dr. Carmelita Mirandilla Dr. Esmeralda De Castro Dr. Lupe Lubuguin Regional Office Laguna Laguna Laguna Mrs. Yolanda V. Gilbuena Mr. Cesar Mojica Mrs. Roderica Camacho Ms. Rhodora Tolentino Ms. Sylvia Encabo Dr. Matilde Dela Cruz Dr. Angelita Real Regional Office Regional Office Laguna Regional Office Laguna Laguna Laguna

Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REGION IV­ CALABARZON Karangalan Village, Cainta, Rizal

2012 SOUTHERN TAGALOG CALABARZON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (STCAA) MEET

COLOR BY DIVISION Division

Antipolo City Batangas Batangas City Calamba City Cavite Cavite City Dasmarias City Laguna Lipa City Lucena City Quezon Rizal San Pablo City Santa Rosa City Tanauan City

Color

Royal Blue, Yellow Gold and White Red and White Red, Yellow Gold and White Blue, Yellow Gold and Red Red, White and Blue Canary Yellow, Aqua Blue and White White and Green Green, Yellow and White Maroon, Gold and White Canary Yellow, Black and White Yellow Gold, Navy Blue and White Sky Blue and Yellow Gold Tangerine, White and Neon Green Yellow Gold and Red Royal Blue, White and Red Orange

2012 SOUTHERN CALABARZON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (STCAA) MEET OFFICIATING OFFICIALS

ANNOUNCERS Name Agnes Rolle Fely Aminoso Myla Noveno Wilmer Gahite Zaldy Bueno Julito Berdan Florentino Lara Marichu Dela Pea Minerva Caraos Divinia Clerte Edgardo Aquino Nestor Alon Leticia Lopez Arlene Carpio Nerissa Agojo Sammy Empleo Designation Supervisor In-Charge Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member RECORDERS Name Fe V. Enguero Pablito Alay Consuelo Santos Angelito Dasalla Normita Bautista Rosie Abad Cynthia Quirong Mona Aumentado Olivia Peduche Emma Resaba Amelita Alburo Concepcion Adelantar Rosalina Panganiban Lanie Pineda Warlina Punzalan Erma Jamon Maureen Suarez Designation Supervisor In-Charge Co-in-charge Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Division Regional Office Regional Office San Pablo City Rizal Cavite Laguna Antipolo City Quezon Calamba City Lipa City Lucena City Batangas Batangas City Cavite City Dasmarias City Santa Rosa City Tanauan City Division Regional Office Antipolo City Batangas Laguna Quezon Rizal Calamba City Lucena City Lipa City San Pablo City Cavite Batangas City Dasmarias City Cavite City Tanauan City Santa Rosa City

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48.

Name Luz Osmea Edna Q. Ramos Marietta Ramos Adelinda Pundan Louwesito Erni Mansueta Cabalhin Beselle Mojico Lolita Maiquez Vilmor Dumanais Grace Mendoza Kristel Iris Igot Emily Concio Generiego O. Javier Marina Moreto Andres Atienza Rowena Egloria Name Isabelo Alvero Emmanuel Luna Victoria Biglete Roderick Tobias Arnrl Calongcalong Name Avelino Badel Jr. Danilo Tapay Arly Flores Edwin Cruz Frederick Tenorio Zita Tolentino

CLERK OF COURSE Designation Supervisor In-Charge Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member ATHLETICS (Elementary & Secondary) Designation Tournament Manager (Track) Tournament Manager (Field) Tournament Secretary

Tournament Coordinator (Track) Tournament Coordinator (Field)

Division Regional Office Rizal Dasmarias City Laguna Cavite Cavite City Quezon Calamba City Lucena City Batangas San Pablo City Antipolo City Batangas City Lipa City Santa Rosa City Tanauan City Division San Pablo City Cavite San Pablo City Laguna Laguna Division Antipolo City Lipa City Cavite Calamba City Batangas Tanauan City

49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54.

STARTERS Designation Chief Member Member Member Member Member TIME KEEPEERS/JUDGES AT FINISH Designation Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member

55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65.

Name Leonardo Casama Lilibeth Garovillas Lydia Barcelon Bethlehem Cabana Isabel Almario Reynato Obis Alberto Levida Ronnie Cabillos Analisa Rotario Agnes Solis Ginalyn Fuertes

Division Cavite Antipolo City Calamba City Lucena City San Pablo City Quezon Lipa City Calamba City Cavite Batangas Laguna

TRACK UMPIRES/LANE JUDGES 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. Name Edgardo Uy Delio Escao Florabel Beredo Jessie Reyes Elsa Lladoc Michael Famatigan Jenielyn Austria Proceso Paiton Michael Soria Francisco Matalog Jesus Caoile Roderick Tobias Name Ria Tiston Arnel Calongcalong Allen Pamplona Reynold Bendaa Celso Endaya Name Bienvenido Abao Jonel Francisco Estela Sardin Carmelo Fisico Felmor de Rosas Eliseo Anacay Janice Maria Deveza Name Marciano Valles Carlito Merilles Blanca Bendo Juan Pagkaliwagan Jomhel Domingo Pablito Valencia Name Myra San Jose Domingo Pancipane Ferdinand Macatugob Jonas Christian Merjudio Designation Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member STEWARDS Designation Chief Member Member Member Member THROWING EVENTS Designation Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member JUMPING EVENTS Designation Chief Member Member Member Member Member LAP RECORDERS/SCORERS Designation Chief Member Member Member Division Quezon Laguna Lucena City San Pablo City Tanauan City Lipa City Batangas Dasmarias City Cavite Quezon Rizal Laguna Division Cavite City Laguna Tanauan City Cavite Batangas Division Dasmarias City Batangas Laguna Lucena City Antipolo City Cavite Lucena City Division Cavite Santa Rosa City Cavite Laguna Quezon Lipa City Division Antipolo City Quezon Lucena City Quezon

78. 79. 80. 81. 82.

83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89.

90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95.

96. 97. 98. 99.

ARCHERY (Secondary Boys & Girls) Name Mildred M. De Leon Ernesto Piñano Edgardo Coladilla Adel Flores Oliver Bautista Diosdado Villeta Jerome Manlatao Filomena Tecson Lourdes Isleta Felisa Lacaba Emely Flordeliza Pantoja Ma. Nia Gache Erlinda Mituda Myla Calmorin Adora Reolada Josefina Tolentino Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator Chief Judge Judge Judge Judge Director of Shooting Timer Chief Tabulator Tabulator Tabulator Encoder Encoder Leader Board Scorer Field Crew Division Calamba City Batangas Laguna Calamba City Batangas Santa Rosa City Lucena City Laguna Laguna Batangas Batangas Laguna Laguna Lucena City Laguna Batangas

100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112.

ARNIS (Elementary & Secondary Boys & Girls) Name Ardie Cordero Rhodora Barido Jeffrey Solpico Dativa Breton Victor Senerador Jeffrey Solpico Cristeta Bonsol Simplicio Honduna Roberto Gonzales Dennis Lagos Efren Jimenez Jacqueline Salazar Christopher Palacio Rosario Pajarillo Antonio Salvanera Janet Ricalde Arminda Olivenza Ma. Zharina Peria Aries Esquibel Segunda Loyogoy Rutha Delos Reyes Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator Chief Judge (Elementary) Chief Judge (Secondary) Chief Referee Referee/Judge Referee/Judge Referee/Judge Referee/Judge Referee/Judge Referee/Judge Referee/Judge Referee/Judge Referee/Judge Referee/Judge Referee/Judge Referee/Judge Referee/Judge Referee/Judge Referee/Judge Division Rizal Rizal Laguna Batangas City Dasmarias City Laguna Batangas Santa Rosa City Batangas San Pablo City Rizal Batangas San Pablo City Rizal Cavite Laguna Quezon Laguna Rizal Batangas Batangas City

. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130.

BADMINTON (Elementary Boys) Name Rex Alejandro Federico Belizario Mildred Villamayor Reynita Macaraeg Federico Belizario Dennis Andayon Sonny Llanes Jojo De Guzman Bonifacio Togado Elmer Banania Benjo Desuangco Jennifer Sabile Jay Ann Aala Phoebe Ayapana Ma. Delia Del Rosario Designation Tournament Manager (Elem.) Tournament Manager (Sec.) Tournament Secretary (Elem.) Tournament Secretary (Sec.) Tournament Coordinator Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member BADMINTON (Elementary Girls) 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. Name Eduardo De Leon Jr. Rochelle Barraquio Martin Alarca Josie Padillo Billy Ray Cabello Jose Christian Fidelino Aida Narvaez Lenny Saligao Ailyn Lat Marlon De Guzman Designation Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member BADMINTON (Secondary Boys) 151. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160. 161. Name Nilo Perez Ma. Belen Ressureccion Eleanor Dimayuga Dennis Metierre Abelardo Cabangon Jr. Glenn Dean Ravelas Emil Loteyro Norton Asacta Rebecca Pagcaliwagan Osmundo Cator Jr. Wyne Ocampo Designation Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Division Laguna Antipolo City Lipa City Quezon Lucena City Laguna Rizal San Pablo City Batangas City Lipa City Batangas Division Antipolo City Laguna Cavite City Lucena City Batangas Calamba City Dasmarias City Batangas Batangas Calamba City Division Antipolo City Laguna Quezon Dasmarias City Laguna Calamba City Batangas Cavite Laguna Laguna Lipa City Cavite Batangas Lucena City San Pablo City

131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140.

BADMINTON (Secondary Girls) 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. Name Reynaldo Villaluz Gloria Esteban Pedro Bobadilla Rosalie Constantino Cricelyn Magamong Rodel Baet Alvin Octavo Randolf Abadier Philip Quizon Angelique Ramos Name Celso Bagunu Apolonia Landicho Noel Garcia Mamerto Gutierrez Carlos Hernandez Ferdie Fausto Gilberto Escala Michael Vincent Medina Joey Orijuela Virgilio Golla Jr. Ricardo Saavedra Jr. Bonifacio Regalado Jr. Noel Garcia Warnel Talingdan Eduardo Collado Zeus Dayadante Mervin Campo Vincent Fronda Divina Madrano Milagros Calingasan Auxil Maniclang Jocelyn Magno Designation Chief Member Member Member member Member Member Member Member Member BASEBALL (Elementary Boys) Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator (Elem.) Tournament Coordinator (Sec.) Chief Umpire Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Scorer Scorer Scorer BASEBALL (Secondary Boys) Name Jose Mosca Angelita Profeta Mamerto Gutierrez Noel Binasoy George Duran Roldan Lumbera Luisito Donadillo Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator Chief Umpire Member Member Member Division Lipa City Cavite Laguna Antipolo City Batangas City Lipa City Antipolo City Division Laguna Antipolo City Lipa City Quezon Antipolo City Batangas City Batangas Laguna Lipa City Dasmarias City Division Antipolo City Tanauan City Laguna Laguna Rizal Antipolo City Batangas Cavite Quezon Rizal Quezon Batangas Laguna Cavite Quezon Cavite Rizal Dasmarias City Quezon Batangas City Dasmarias City Batangas

172. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179. 180. 181. 182. 183. 184. 185. 186. 187. 188. 189.

190. 191. 192. 193.

194. 195. 196. 197. 198. 199. 200. 201. 202. 203. 204. 205. 206. 207.

Edgardo Ocampo Raul Volante Emerson Sudaria Boyd Aguila Mamerto Gutierrez Wilson Valencia Winston Bombio Nicandro Penus Enrique Dacumos Elsa Samarro Glenn Escamillas Frederick Alba Daniela Hernandez Villegas, Roilan

Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Scorer Scorer Scorer BASKETBALL (Elementary Boys)

Rizal Laguna Cavite Lipa City Laguna Lipa city San Pablo City Cavite Rizal Dasmarias City Quezon Quezon San Pablo City Batangas

208. 209 210. 211. 212. 213. 214. 215. 216. 217. 218. 219. 220. 221. 222. 223. 224.

Name Alfredo Julio Eva Andrion Arnold Ilao Jorge Israel Nomer Aguado/V. De Villa Joseph Labuguen Melvin Caotal Norman Abe Eref John Aguado Anrico La Rosa Restie Angcaya Carlos Baral Emmanuel Jose Asuncion Juanito Hombrebueno Danilo Ligsay Romeo Landicho Primitivo Resuello Joseph Casumbal Randy De Lemon Leonell Santiago Erwin Catapat Conrado Roble Jr.

Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator (Elem.) Tournament Coordinator (Sec. B) Tournament Coordinator (Sec. G) Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member

Division Laguna Cavite Laguna Laguna Laguna Cavite Antipolo City Batangas Laguna Rizal Cavite Batangas Dasmarias City Batangas Calamba City Batangas Tanauan City Lipa City Rizal Antipolo City Batangas Dasmarias City

BASKETBALL (Secondary Boys & Girls) 225. 226. 227. 228. 229. Name Mario Abejuela Arnel Buena Wilfredo Lamar Benito Arica Antonio Evasco Jr. Designation Chief (Boys) Chief (Girls) Member Member Member Division Dasmarias City Antipolo City Calamba City Cavite Laguna

230. 231. 232. 233. 234. 235. 236. 237. 238. 239. 240. 241. 242. 243. 244. 245. 246.

Joenard Turaray Joey Giron Mike Angelo Estopace Eduardo Openiano Santiago Isidro Jr. Robinson Cruz Emmanuel Tolentino Guillermo Arroyo Rolly Sabile Richard Lacerna Gilberto Penus Joey Bulatao Edwin Miranda Rodel Baclig Edwin Garcia Rodolfo Lendio Elpidio Rodriguez Jr. Name Nelson R. Umali Baby Dolores Amparo Nelson Umali Jose Macayan Joseph Bryan Bias Grace Gwendolyn Coz Efren Villaester Eliza Dicdican Benjamin Ongteco Jr. Noel Serrano Lailah De Chavez Armina De Guzman Imelda Galasinao Dennis Reyes Name Catalino Mendiogarin Gerardo Del Rosario Jenilyn Mendoza Mary Jane Preciosa Perez Noel Santelices Joey Andal Carmen Valdoria Edwin Pagcaliwagan Mary Jane Rosco Evelyn Gonzalvo Marcelino Mamaed Mark Ozzy Zamudio

Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member CHESS (Elementary) Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member CHESS (Secondary) Designation Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member

Antipolo City Quezon Santa Rosa City Rizal Cavite Laguna Laguna Batangas Cavite Quezon Cavite Dasmarias City Batangas San Pablo City Batangas City Dasmarias City Batangas Division Laguna Batangas Laguna Dasmarias City San Pablo City Rizal Antipolo City Cavite Santa Rosa City Quezon Lucena City Laguna Antipolo City Batangas Division Calamba City Antipolo City Calamba City Lipa City Quezon Batangas Quezon Batangas Antipolo City Laguna Dasmarias City Rizal

247. 248. 249. 250. 251. 252. 253. 254. 255. 256. 257.

258. 259. 260. 261. 262. 263. 264. 265. 266. 267. 268. 269.

Name Nilo Dator Armida Estacio Reynaldo Conaco Lucita Cailles Harold Crisostomo Alex Brual Nestorio Nuestro Ma. Cristina Oliveros Romeo Manalo Jr. Noel Benzon Elvira Villariaz Jovener Punzalan Marites Pasahol Arkhe Arellano Name Henry Opea Reynaldo Conaco Imam Gatlabayan Tito Obon Alvin Freo Arturo Bermudez Baltazar Ortega Romandie Guiveses Dan Kenneth Bumagat Reynold Abellera Ron Marquez Edgar De Guzman Michael Del Mundo

270. 271. 272. 273. 274. 275. 276. 277. 278. 279.

FOOTBALL (Elementary Boys) Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator (Elem.) Tournament Coordinator (Sec.) Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member FOOTBALL (Secondary Boys) Designation Tournament Manager Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member

Division Quezon Batangas Laguna Laguna Antipolo City Batangas Dasmarias City Quezon Rizal Batangas Rizal Batangas Quezon Quezon Division Batangas Laguna Antipolo City Dasmarias City Laguna Cavite Batangas Rizal San Pablo City Quezon Batangas San Pablo City Quezon Division Rizal Laguna Laguna Calamba City Lucena City Antipolo City Rizal Batangas City Dasmarias City Tanauan City Cavite Laguna Rizal Batangas City

280. 281. 282. 283. 284. 285. 286. 287. 288. 289. 290. 291

292. 293. 294. 295. 296. 297. 298. 299. 300. 301. 302.

RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS (RG) Name Designation Amihan Fenis Tournament Manager Gladys de Mesa Tournament Secretary Elizabeth Bunyi Tournament Coordinator Feby Joshua Igloria Judge Rowena De Galicia Judge Betty Serrato Judge Alain Razalan Judge Cherryl De Chavez Judge Jennifer Cabanatan Judge Cecilia Dimaunahan Judge Zanith Pulido Judge Marilyn Lobina Judge Rocel San Buenaventura Judge Mary Joy Ramos Judge

WOMEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS (WAG) Name Eliza Layugan Violinda Sedano Melinda Manalo Lousalyn Estrada Victoria Manlugan Fabies Almiranez Jade Mendoza Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Judge Judge Judge Judge Judge MEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS (MAG) Name Gina Buena Celeste Peria Rhosette Magtibay Michael Vertudes Eduardo De Guzman Benito Salazar Jayson Malinao Mark Joseph Rabutazo Henry Cacao Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary D1 Judge D2 Judge Execution Judge Execution Judge Execution Judge execution Judge Execution Judge SIPA TAKRAW Name Lolito A. Makiramdam Erwin Acorda Conchita Martinez Natalio Aguado Ramsie Fernando Natalio Aguado Ronnie Bayrante Gary Dimaano Arnold Gerona Roseta Cosimo Ronnie Gado Ricky Magparangalan Ronnie Yohan Arvin Severa Edwin Celestra Joel Origenes Dennis Roa Vicente Talatad Melchor Kahulugan Leo Binas Designation Consultant Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator Chief Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Division Antipolo City Antipolo City San Pablo City Laguna Antipolo City Laguna Antipolo City Batangas Rizal Antipolo City Batangas Santa Rosa City Cavite Lucena City Rizal Quezon Calamba City Antipolo City Laguna Rizal Division Antipolo City Calamba City Batangas Calamba City Cavite Batangas Calamba City Quezon Calamba City Division Dasmarias City Antipolo City Quezon Dasmarias City Cavite Quezon Batangas

303. 304. 305. 306. 307.

308. 309. 310. 311. 312. 313. 314.

315. 316. 317. 318. 319. 320. 321. 322. 323. 324. 325. 326. 327. 328. 329. 330.

SEPAK TAKRAW Name Lolito A. Makiramdam Elmer Cayas Edelene Camilon Melchor Kahulugan Jesus Alasco Godofredo Alfaro Luz Amores Adelio Balbin Joel Buisa Edwin Catangay Hermilo de Mesa Jr. Charl del Rosario Ramil Gonda Junn Arnie Mercado Crispin Pagadora Elpidio Javier Zannah Solano Andres Panaligan Wilfredo Calubayan Nicomedes Macaraeg Anabelle Parcon Nolan Glorioso Designation Consultant Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator Chief Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee SOFTBALL (Elementary Girls) Name Virgilio Avila Ma. Bella Rodrin Noli San Juan Renee Ebron Eulogio Samarro Edsel Viray Rolando Malaluan Ma. Yolanda De Ocampo Michael Roque Edwin Dela Torre Marenille Otalla Anselma Dela Rosa Joy Jimenez Ronalyn Malabanan Emily Careon Luciline Dinglasan Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator (Sec.) Tournament Coordinator (Elem.) Chief Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Division Cavite Cavite Laguna Laguna Dasmarias City Antipolo City Lipa City Cavite Rizal Cavite Quezon Batangas Cavite Batangas Rizal Laguna Division Antipolo City Cavite Batangas Laguna Antipolo City Cavite Batangas Tanauan City Dasmarias City Laguna Quezon Antipolo City Quezon Lucena City Rizal Quezon Antipolo City Rizal Quezon Dasmarias City Rizal San Pablo City

331. 332. 333. 334. 335. 336. 337. 338. 339. 340. 341. 342. 343. 344. 345. 346. 347. 348.

349. 350. 351. 352. 353. 354. 355. 356. 357. 358. 359. 360.

SOFTBALL (Secondary Girls) 361. 362. 363. 364. 365. 366. 367. 368. 369. 370. 371. 372. 373. 374. Name Noli San Juan Abner Ligsa Delia Acua Antonina Bal Macahilig, Michelle Anderlynne Remoroza Naneth Ramos Federico Masilang Bienvenido Miguel Lourdes Villamil Reynaldo Asuncion Francisca Ramos Marife Domacian Angelito Gaboco Designation Chief Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Division Laguna Cavite Rizal Dasmarias City Quezon Antipolo City Batangas Lipa City Cavite Rizal Quezon Laguna Cavite Quezon

SWIMMING (Elementary & Secondary Boys & Girls) Name Eugenio Vista Susana Villegas Arnel Macabasco Aprilito De Guzman Lamberto Calingasan Amaylee Campo Ma. Antonia Cigaral Gloria Casiano Rose Estiva Joseph Mendiola Leticia Lacbay Emerson Liwag Abdurajir Ibno Lilian Paderes Edwin Realeza Jay Saloc Adelaida Villafranca Deomark Yuson Concepcion Alcantara Marites Vargas Danilo Anore Baby Gilda Aquino Analea Duldulao Lumina Eugenio Imee Fuentes Leonora Capacia Larry Girado Bernardita Lamis Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator Co-Tournament Manager Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Co-Tournament Manager Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Division Rizal Laguna Laguna Batangas San Pablo City Cavite City San Pablo City Cavite Laguna Lucena City Calamba City Cavite Dasmarias City Lucena City Laguna Cavite Batangas Antipolo City Quezon Cavite City Rizal Batangas Dasmarias City Antipolo City Laguna Batangas Santa Rosa City Laguna

375. 376. 377. 378. 379. 380. 381. 382. 383. 384. 385. 386. 387. 388. 389. 390. 391. 392. 393. 394. 395. 396. 397. 398. 399.

400. 401. 402. 403. 404. 405.

Michael Dela Cruz Wendel Aben Jessie Mendoza Carlito Ojascastro Jr. Arlene Reyes Perpetua Luna *

Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Technical Official Electronic Operator TABLE TENNIS (Elementary Boys)

Batangas Calamba City Cavite Rizal Laguna Rizal - PASA

406. 407. 408. 409. 410. 411. 412. 413. 414. 415.

Name Joseph Tito N. Ocampo Ellen Garduque Nemeflor Gumobao Cesar Constante Elisa Habacon Nilo Rivera Reden Gonzales Jocelyn Mercado Edgar Sapopo Remil Barrantes Randy Mendoza Adrian Casanova Antonino Palaganas Name Nemeflor Gumobao Christopher Balintic Brenda Apostol Nicolas Garing Marilyn Tomelden Rex Bool Glynda Tabernilla Alberto Bayan Epitacia Villanueva Imelda Abarca

Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator Chief Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire TABLE TENNIS (Elementary Girls) Designation Chief Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire

Division Cavite Tanauan City Laguna Cavite Calamba City Rizal Lipa City Tanauan City Batangas Quezon Dasmarias City San Pablo City Batangas Division Laguna Dasmarias City Batangas Batangas Lucena City Batangas City Lucena City Dasmarias City Batangas Lucena City Division Dasmarias City Calamba City San Pablo City Calamba City Dasmarias City Batangas Cavite Dasmarias City Laguna Cavite

416. 417. 418. 419. 420. 421. 422. 423. 424. 425.

426. 427. 428. 429. 430 431. 432. 433. 434. 435.

TABLE TENNIS (Secondary Boys) Name Designation Ramon Novicio Chief Umpire Ismael Peano Jr. Umpire Penrod Estrellado Umpire Florabel Juntilla Umpire Marixi Co Umpire John Rainier Bolado Umpire Fernando Espinosa Jr. Umpire Vern Julius Himor Umpire Beau Darryl Panizales Umpire Josue Alindogan Jr. Umpire

TABLE TENNIS (Secondary Girls) 436. 437. 438. 439. 440. 441. 442. 443. 444. 445. Name Adelaida Capuyon Anselma Lopez Erwin Almuete Rodel Alimario Herminia Gonzales Cesar Paglinawan Dawn Loreta Veridiano Elison Dones Paulo Gaylord Cajudo Virgilio Dejayco Designation Chief Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire TAEKWONDO (Elementary) Name Shirley Evangelista Aileen Belen Crizaldy Macasinag Cecilia Coroza Ramil Serit Rodel Tamayo Federico Murillo Dennis Aquino Angelito Cabungcal Cecilia Coroza Nilo Hernandez Jr. Michael Bravo Anthony Palencia Arthur Arboleda Cristy Mandigma Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator (Elem.) Tournament Coordinator (Sec.) Chief Referee Referee Referee Judge/Recorder Referee Judge/Recorder Referee Referee Judge/Recorder Judge/Recorder Judge/Recorder TAEKWONDO (Secondary) 457. 458. 459. 460. 461. 462. 463. 464. 465. 466. 467. 468. 469. Name Tirso Arambulo Carina Cordel Arbel Bayot Eljay Remo Tom Raymond Consul Julius Ryan Quine Charlie Evangelista Renato Vera Jr. Joel Sastrillo Aureen Tamayo Joseph Mendoza Redolyn Andres Nellie Teguinos Designation Chief Referee Referee Referee Judge/Recorder Referee Referee Referee Referee Referee Judge/Recorder Judge/Recorder Judge/Recorder Referee Division Rizal Cavite Dasmarias City Quezon Cavite City Tanauan City Rizal Quezon Batangas Dasmarias City Rizal Dasmarias City Quezon Division Quezon San Pablo City Laguna Laguna Antipolo City Cavite San Pablo City Santa Rosa City Quezon Laguna Rizal Antipolo City Laguna Rizal Lipa City Division Batangas Antipolo City Santa Rosa City San Pablo City Tanauan City Batangas Dasmarias City San Pablo City Batangas Dasmarias City

446. 447. 448. 449. 450. 451. 452. 453. 454. 455. 456.

TENNIS (Elementary Boys) Name Jonathan Pion Mildeedeem Panelo Josephine Alcantara Jose Imperial John Bee Cabos Francisco Balanlay Sherlyn Galvez Mildred Parallag Richard Gagatiga Jennifer Lopez Gregorio Garcia Geronimo Alojado Emma Abadier Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator (Elem.) Tournament Coordinator (Sec.) Chief Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire TENNIS (Elementary Girls) 479. 480. 481. 482. 483. 484. 485. 486. 487. Name Isaias Paraiso Jr. Fermin Abrigonda Flordeliza Valderama Denis Mangaya Analee Mendoza Prisilla Aquivido Albert Escobar Rodney Landicho Wilfredo Casida Designation Chief Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire TENNIS (Secondary Boys) 488. 489. 490. 491. 492. 493. 494. 495. Name Ricardo David III Manny Panopio Emerson Curioso Adela Dionido Dennis Caber Gracia Casilihan Merriam Serrano Carolina Antenor Designation Chief Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire TENNIS (Secondary Girls) 496. 497. 498. 499. Name Jose Imperial Adora Avenio Victorino Luna Teofila Ocumin Designation Chief Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Division Laguna San Pablo City Rizal Quezon Division Cavite Batangas Cavite Quezon San Pablo City Batangas Quezon Lucena City Division Cavite Batangas Lucena City Dasmarias City Tanauan City San Pablo City Quezon Batangas Dasmarias City Division Rizal Dasmarias City Laguna Laguna Antipolo City Cavite Laguna Batangas Dasmarias City Cavite Batangas Quezon Laguna

470. 471. 472. 473. 474. 475. 476. 477. 478.

500. 501. 502. 503.

Soledad Macandili Veronica De Ocampo Linde Sinadjan Ian Carlos Visconde

Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire VOLLEYBALL (Elementary Boys)

Batangas Dasmarias City Rizal Lucena City

504. 505. 506. 507. 508. 509. 510. 511. 512. 513. 514. 515. 516. 517.

Name Noel Aranda Teofila Baja Rodolfo Calatin Paolo Manalo Reynaldo Fugen Oliver Servillon Carmenita Aranda Jomel Camalig Gemma Quianzon Carlito Delos Santos Romel Carandang Jose Roy Julian Joyous Dapilos Darius Ofrin Reyna Jolla Nasol Nio Gonzalvo Madeline Esguerra Veronica Pablo Alfredo De Lima Ramil Cueto

Designation Tournament Manager Tournament Secretary Tournament Coordinator (Elem. B) Tournament Coordinator (Elem. G) Tournament Coordinator (Sec. B) Tournament Coordinator (Sec. G) Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member VOLLEYBALL (Elementary Girls)

Division Rizal Batangas City Laguna Laguna Laguna Laguna Rizal Antipolo City Rizal Santa Rosa City Batangas Rizal Quezon San Pablo City Rizal Batangas Lipa City Antipolo City Laguna Batangas City

518. 519. 520. 521. 522. 523. 524. 525. 526. 527. 528. 529. 530. 531.

Name Merlita Dechavez Virgilio Cordero Jr. Precy Pantaleon Vivien Capisonda Kim Roldan Andaya Lenie Pagalunan Lovella Hernandez Gloria Ramirez Imelda Villalobos Roxanne Paculdar Seberano Rosales Mary Ann Cagayan Adrian Landicho Joselito Mendoza

Designation Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member

Division Rizal Batangas Antipolo City Lucena City Laguna Antipolo City San Pablo City Antipolo City Batangas Rizal Batangas Rizal Lipa City Cavite

VOLLEYBALL (Secondary Boys) 532. 533. 534. 535. 536. 537 538. 539. 540. 541. 542. 543. 544. 545. Name Melchor De Guzman Benjamin Iglesia Melinda Calumaya Gloria Joy Desembrana Dolores Anoran Ronald Ortega Red Leizylyn Reynaldo Fugen Armando Ramirez Edna Torres Analyn Quiones Lerma Baldonado Raquel Fadul Enrico, Edson Designation Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member VOLLEYBALL (Secondary Girls) 546. 547. 548. 549. 550. 551. 552. 553. 554. 555. 556. 557. 558. 559. Name Reynaldo Colima Aldwin Magtibay Bobby Dela Pea Ma. Heidee Martinez Luis De Villa Audones Dueas Jimmy Boy Tabling Edison Saligao Joselito Cantor Aleli Nitoral Lucila Ramos Evie Razonabe Joey Enriquez Jerico Narag Designation Chief Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Division Cavite Batangas Antipolo City Rizal Quezon Lucena City Laguna Batangas Quezon Lipa City Laguna Rizal Batangas Dasmarias City Division Cavite Quezon Dasmarias City Quezon Rizal Batangas Rizal Laguna Santa Rosa City Batangas Antipolo City San Pablo City Batangas Lipa City

* Electronic Operator of Meet Manager Software from Philippine Aquatic Sports Association (PASA)

Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REGION IV­ CALABARZON Karangalan Village, Cainta, Rizal 2012 SOUTHERN TAGALOG CALABARZON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (STCAA) MEET "The Caring CALABARZON Athletes: Leading the Way Towards Quality and Excellence in Sports" SOLIDARITY MEETING Venue: San Luis Recreational Educational and Cultural Complex, Sta. Cruz, Laguna Date: February 18, 2012 Time: 1:30 p.m PART I I. II. National Anthem Doxology - - - - - Laguna DepEd Chorale Laguna DepEd Chorale

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Introduction of 2012 STCAA Board of Directors, Technical Management Committee, and Technical Officials - - - - - - - - - -

Dr. EUGENIA R. GORGON Chairperson, TMC Chief, SED & OIC, EED Chief Dr. LORNA DIG DINO, CESO IV Director III Officer-In-Charge Office of the Regional Director Mr. LEONARDO C. CARGULLO EPS II - EED Dr. ALLAN G. HOSTALERO District Supervisor Ms. CHERRYLOU D. DE MESA EPS II - SED

VI. Message

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VII. Briefing · Screening and Accreditation · · Parade and Opening Program Searches

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Socials

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Atty. LEONARDO M. RAGAZA JR. Provincial Administrator Ms. JUDITH V. CLEMENTE EPS I, Division of Laguna Mrs. ESTRELLA DELOS SANTOS Supply Officer, Laguna Ms. ANGELINA R. MENDIOLA Administrative Officer Mr. CHRISTOPHER DIAZ EPS II ­ EED

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Playing Venues

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Supplies and Equipment - - - - - - - Attendance - - - - - - - -

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Transportation and Price Control - - - - - Mrs. EVELYN DE GUZMAN Provincial Treasurer Medical - - - - - - - - - - Dr. ALSANEO F. LAGOS Medical Officer

Peace and Order/Security - - - - - - - - PNP Sr. Supt. GILBERT CRUZ Provincial Chief, Laguna PNP TOURISM, Culture and Trade - - - - - - Mr. DELTO A. ABARQUEZ JR. Provincial Sports Officer

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Radio Communication/ICT - - - - - - - - Mr. VICTORIANO A. PAMBUAN Provincial Information Officer Records/Results - - - - - - - - Mrs. FE V. ENGUERO EPS II - EED

PART II. Break- out Sessions Tournament Managers

Dr. Wilmer Gahite and Mrs. Merlinda Ella Master of Ceremonies

Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REGION IV­ CALABARZON Karangalan Village, Cainta, Rizal 2012 SOUTHERN TAGALOG CALABARZON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (STCAA) MEET "The Caring CALABARZON Athletes: Leading the Way Towards Quality and Excellence in Sports" GOVERNOR'S NIGHT February 18, 2012 Cultural Center of Laguna Sta. Cruz, Laguna 7:00 p.m Part I. I. Doxology II. Opening Remarks - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Laguna DepEd Chorale Atty. LEONARDO M. RAGAZA JR. Provincial Administrator Dr. EUGENIA R. GORGON Chairperson, TMC Chief, SED

III. Presentation of Athletic Delegation - -

IV. Greetings

- - - - - - - - - Dr. LORNA DIG DINO, CESO IV Director III Officer-In-Charge Office of the Regional Director - - - - - - - - - Hon. JEORGE "ER" EJERCITO ESTREGAN Governor, Laguna

V. Message Part II. Dinner

Dance

Dinner

Dance

Master of Ceremony

Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REGION IV­ CALABARZON Karangalan Village, Cainta, Rizal 2012 SOUTHERN TAGALOG CALABARZON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (STCAA) MEET "The Caring CALABARZON Athletes: Leading the Way Towards Quality and Excellence in Sports"

PANIMULANG SEREMONYA San Luis Recreational Educational and Cultural Complex, Sta. Cruz, Laguna Pebrero 19, 2012 I. UNANG BAHAGI Oras ng Pagtitipon Panimula ng Parada - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Laguna State Polytechnic University Campus 1:00 p.m 2:00 p.m

HANAY NG PARADA

Parade Marshall Laguna Provincial PNP/Land Transportation Office National Colors Laguna Provincial Capitol Band STCAA Officiating Officials Poten and Eliseo Quesada MNHS Band Delegasyon ng Batangas Delegasyon ng Cavite Delegasyon ng Quezon Delegasyon ng Rizal Rizal Elementary School Drum and Lyre Band Delegasyon ng Lungsod ng Antipolo Delegasyon ng Lungsod ng Batangas Delegasyon ng Lungsod ng Calamba Delegasyon ng Lungsod ng Cavite Delegasyon ng Lungsod ng Dasmarias Delegasyon ng Lungsod ng Lipa Francisco Benitez Memorial School Drum and Lyre Band Delegasyon ng Lungsod ng Lucena Delegasyon ng Lungsod ng San Pablo Delegasyon ng Lungsod ng Santa Rosa Delegasyon ng Lungsod ng Tanauan Laguna Provincial Capitol Band Delegasyon ng Laguna

II.

IKALAWANG BAHAGI PAMBUNGAD NA PALATUNTUNAN Ika ­ 3:00 ng hapon

1. Pambansang Awit 2. Pambungad na Panalangin

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Laguna DepEd Chorale Laguna DepEd Chorale

3. Pag-awit ng CALABARZON March at Himno ng Laguna - - - 4. Bating Pagtanggap - - -

Laguna DepEd Chorale Dr. ESTER C. LOZADA, CESO V Pansangay na Tagapamanihala ng nga Paaralan Sangay ng Laguna Kgg. DOMINGO G. PANGANIBAN Punongbayan Santa Cruz, Laguna Kgg. JEORGE "ER" EJERCITO ESTREGAN Punong Lalawigan Lalawigan ng Laguna

5. Pambungad na Pananalita - - - -

Dr. EUGENIA R. GORGON Tagapangulo, TMC Punong Namamahala, SED at EED

6. Pagsasalin ng Watawat ng STCAA mula kina: Dr. GLORIA P. POTES, CESO VI

Pansangay na Tagapamanihala ng mga Paaralan

Sangay ng Quezon Dr. ANIANO M. OGAYON

Pansangay na Tagapamanihala ng mga Paaralan

Kgg. DAVID CATALINO SUAREZ Punong Lalawigan Lalawigan ng Quezon Kgg. BARBARA RUBY C. TALAGA Punonglungsod Lungsod ng Lucena

Sangay ng Lucena City Tatanggapin nina:

Dr. ESTER C. LOZADA, CESO V

Pansangay na Tagapamanihala ng mga Paaralan Sangay ng Laguna

Kgg. JEORGE "ER" EJERCITO ESTREGAN

Punong Lalawigan Lalawigan ng Laguna

Dr. NORA E. BAMBO

Pangalawang Pansangay na Tagapamanihala ng mga Paaralan

Gng. SUSAN DL. ORIBIANA

Pangalawang Pansangay na Tagapamanihala ng mga Paaralan

Sangay ng Laguna

Sangay ng Laguna

7. Pagtataas ng Watawat ng STCAA- - - Dr. LORNA DIG DINO, CESO IV Direktor III Namamahala Tanggapan ng Panrehiyong Direktor Dr. ESTER C. LOZADA, CESO V Kgg. JEORGE "ER" EJERCITO ESTREGAN 8. Pagtataas ng Watawat Ng Bawat Sangay - - Mga Pansangay na Tagapamanihala ng Paaralan at mga Pansangay na Tagamasid (PESS)

9. Pagpapakilala ng Panauhing Pandangal - - - - - Dr. LORNA DIG DINO, CESO IV 10. Mensahe - - - - - Kgg. Bro. ARMIN A. LUISTRO, FSC Kalihim, Kagawaran ng Edukasyon JANELLE GLORIANE DE VERA Badminton Silver Medalist Palarong Pambansa 2011 PACITA Q. LUNGCAY EPS II ­ SED

11. Panunumpa ng mga Baguhang Manlalaro - - - - - -

12. Panunumpa ng mga Opisyal Ng Palaro - - - - - 13. Pagsisindi ng Sulo Ng Pagkakaisa ng 2012 STCAA Meet - - - - - -

JACOB O. DELOS SANTOS Athletics Gold Medalist Palarong Pambansa 2010 JOYCE P. CABAEROS Triple Jump Gold Medalist STCAA 2011 MARY JANE B. MANTILLA Athletics Gold Medalist STCAA 2011 MERRIELYN T. JUDILLA Athletics Silver Medalist STCAA 2011

14. Mensahe at Pagpapahayag ng Opisyal na Pagbubukas ng Palaro - Dr. LORNA DIG DINO, CESO IV

15. Pagpapailanlang ng mga Lobo (Simbolo ng Pagbubukas ng 2012 STCAA Meet) - - - - -

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Mga Pansangay na Tagapamanihala ng Paaralan Pangalawang Pansangay na Tagapamanihala ng Paaralan at mga Pansangay na Tagamasid (PESS)

16. Resesyonal 17. Field Demonstration - - - - Mga Piling Mag-aaral ng PGMNHS

Gng. Erma Valenzuela at G. Edgardo Militante Mga Guro ng Palatuntunan

Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REGION IV­ CALABARZON Karangalan Village, Cainta, Rizal 2012 SOUTHERN TAGALOG CALABARZON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (STCAA) MEET "The Caring CALABARZON Athletes: Leading the Way Towards Quality and Excellence in Sports"

PANGWAKAS NA PALATUNTUNAN

San Luis Recreational Educational and Cultural Complex, Sta. Cruz, Laguna

Pebrero 25, 2012 Ika ­ 3:00 ng hapon UNANG BAHAGI IKALAWANG BAHAGI 1. Panalangin - - - - - - - PGMNHS Glee Club DR. ESTER C. LOZADA, CESO V Pansangay na Tagapamanihala ng mga Paaralan Sangay ng Laguna Dr. EUGENIA R. GORGON - - - - - - - Pagpasok ng Delegasyon

2. Pambungad na Pananalita - - - - - -

3. Pagpapahayag ng mga Nagsipagwagi - - -

Tagapangulo, TMC Punong Namamahala, SED

Paggawad ng mga Medalya at Tropeo sa mga Kampeon - - - Dr. LORNA DIG DINO, CESO IV

Direktor III Namamahala Tanggapan ng Panrehiyong Direktor

4. Pagbibigay ng Hamon at Pormal na Pagpapahayag ng Pagtatapos ng 2012 STCAA Meet - - - - 5. Pagbababa ng Watawat · · Rehiyon Mga Delegasyon - - - - - - - - Dr. EUGENIA R. GORGON Kinatawan ng bawat Delegasyon Kinatawan ng Sangay ng Laguna

Dr. LORNA DIG DINO, CESO IV

6. Pagpapalingningas ng Sulo ng Pagkakaisa ng 2012 STCAA Meet - -

Dr. Wilmer Gahite Guro ng Palatuntunan

IMPLEMENTING RULES AND SCREENING GUIDELINES IN THE CONDUCT OF THE 2012 SOUTHERN TAGALOG CALABARZON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (STCAA) MEET A. Regional Screening and Accreditation Committee (RSAC) 1. Composition The Regional Screening and Accreditation Committee shall consist of six (6) members from DepED Regional Office chosen by the Regional Director (1 from the Legal division, 1 from the Personnel Unit, 1 from Health and Nutrition Unit, 2 from the Secondary Education Division, 1 from the Elementary Education Division), 1 medical doctor from the division and one (1) authorized regional representative from each division. 2. Qualification of Regional Representative The Regional Representative shall be the Chairman or Co-Chairman of the Division Screening Committee during the division meet preceding the current Regional Meet. 3. Duties and Functions of the RSAC 3.1 Evaluate the authenticity of the athlete's, coach's and chaperon's documents 3.2 Accredit athletes qualified to participate in the STCAA Meet 3.3 Submit list of qualified athletes, coaches and chaperons to the Technical Management Committee (TMC) 3.4 Submit all updated records of athletes to the TMC for centralized filing and safekeeping 3.5 Issue athletes photo galleries to Tournament Managers. 3.6 Re-check and monitor athletes being fielded during actual competition based on the photo gallery. 3.7 Consider replacement for those disqualified athlete/s only during period of screening 3.8 Formulate ground rules not covered by the guidelines on eligibility. 3.9 Coordinate with respective tournament manager and division PESS supervisor regarding decision on eligibility protest of athlete 3.10 Investigate cases of protest/complaints on eligibility and refer this to the TMC for final decision. B. Rules on Participation 1. Participants 1.1 Participants in the Regional Meet are elementary and secondary athletes from public and private schools who have participated in the lower meets (Unit and Division).

2. Eligibility of Athletes 2.1 Must be Filipino Citizen. 2.2 Must be enrolled in a recognized school at the beginning of the current school year. 2.3 Should have participated in the preliminary meets. 2.4 Elementary athletes must be born in 1999 or later, and secondary athletes in 1994 or later. Thereafter, add one (1) to the specified cut-off year for the succeeding regional meets. 2.5 Pupil/student-athletes who transferred from one region to another are allowed to participate, provided their transfer was done at the beginning of the current school year. Transferees within the current school year from one division to another within the region are allowed to participate, provided, they have participated in the lower meets. 2.6 Elementary athletes shall play in the elementary division, and secondary athletes shall play in the secondary division. However, Grade 7 pupils of private schools born in 1999 are allowed to play in the elementary level, while Grade 7 pupils of public and private schools born before 1999 are allowed to play in the secondary. 2.7 Must pass the screening and accreditation process. 3. Grounds for Disqualification 3.1 Over-aged. 3.2 Elementary athletes with erupted third molar. 3.2 Failing grades in more than two (2) core subjects in the second grading period. 3.3 Being a member of the National Team, National Training Pool and Development Pool receiving monthly stipend / allowances from the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC). 3.4 Failure to submit the required documents or failure to submit oneself for personal interview on the specified time. 3.5 Banned during the previous Palaro and/or those under suspension by Division/Region as sanction for withdrawal/back out as individual/team member without justifiable reason in the division/regional delegation. 3.6 Athletes and coaches with attitude problems who cannot follow division and region's rules and regulations of participation. 4. Required Documents to be Submitted During Screening 4.1 Athlete's Record signed by the athlete, coach, and PESS Division Supervisor. 4.2 Original and photocopy of Birth Certificate issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO). Late registration may be accepted, provided, it was issued one (1) year prior to current Palarong Pambansa. 4.2.1. In the case of foreign born Filipino athlete, in lieu of NSO Birth Certificate, the

Original Birth Certificate issued by the country of his/her birth and a valid passport showing his/her nationality, date and place of birth. 4.3 Form 137, certified true copy from original or computer printed, duly prepared and signed by the teacher-adviser, with fresh signatures of the registrar/principal/school heads, and by the Division PESS Supervisor. 4.3.1 In case the grades for the second grading period are not indicated in the Form-137 of the athlete, certified true copy of Form-138 (Report Card) by the school principal shall be attached thereof. 4.4 Certification of Enrolment and Certificate of Completion duly signed by the school registrar or the school head. 4.5 Parent's or guardian's consent verified by the teacher-adviser and the Principal. 4.6 Medical Certificate signed by a physician that the athlete is physically fit and within the age limit required with a validity of six (6) months from the date of issue. (The complete name of the signing physician shall clearly appear on this document, with the license number and date of examination.) 4.7 Dental Certificate with a universal entry, duly signed by a dentist over his/her clearly printed name and license number, and with the date of examination not later than six (6) months from date of the opening of the Palarong Pambansa. 4.8 Four (4) passport size 1 ½ x 1 ½ identical pictures with name tag (surname, first name and middle initial) and grade/year level for Athlete's Record, medical/dental certificate, gallery and Palarong Panrehiyon ID card. 4.9 List of athletes indicating the date of birth, division, school and name of coach duly signed by the Schools Division Superintendent, on soft (diskette, USB or any other media) and hard copy. 4.10 Affidavit of the coach attesting the authenticity, validity and correctness of the entries on the above-mentioned documents submitted. 5. Eligibility of Coaches and Chaperons 5.1 Coaches and chaperons must be school or DepED personnel. Coaches and chaperons from private schools must have been in the service for at least six (6) months. 5.2 Documents to be submitted: 5.2.1 Certificate of Employment (certified true copy of the original document duly notarized) 5.2.2 Form 212 with three (3) pieces ID pictures 5.2.3 Medical Certificate

C. Screening of Athletes 1. The Screening Procedures 1.1 The RSAC shall: 1.1.1 Receive and examine all athletes' documents at least one week before the start of the STCAA Meet. 1.1.2 Interview athletes based on the documents submitted. It shall start on specified schedule date and shall end two days before the opening of the STCAA Meet. 1.1.3 Refer immediately to the medical/dental team for further medical and dental examination on doubtful findings regarding the age and physical appearance of the athlete. The finding(s) of the RSAC Medical Team shall be binding and legal. 1.1.4 Write down all findings/comments notes on the front cover of the folder of the concerned athlete/team properly signed by the interviewer. 1.2 The RSAC shall interview and receive the documents in the following order: 1.2.1 The coach will be interviewed first, and shall submit the Certificate of Employment, duly sworn Affidavit, Medical Certificate, Personal Data Sheet and a picture with name tag. 1.2.2 The chaperon shall submit the Medical Certificate and personal Data Sheet with picture with name tag. 1.2.3 The athlete shall submit the AR-1, photocopy of NSO ­ issued Birth Certificate, Form 137, Certificate of Enrolment, Certificate of Completion, Parent's Consent, Medical Certificate and Dental Certificate. 2. Special Cases 2.1 In case of discrepancy on the entry of date of birth in the NSO ­ issued Birth Certificate and Form 137, the following documents shall be presented: 2.1.1 Joint Affidavit of two (2) disinterested persons certifying on the true date of birth; 2.1.2 Resolution signed by the Head of the Delegation; 2.1.3 Local Civil Registry (LCR) issued Birth Certificate; 2.2 In case of discrepancy on the entry of name in the NSO ­ issued Birth Certificate and Form 137, the entry in the NSO shall prevail, but must be supported by a resolution from the Head of the Delegation for change of entry or correction of name. 2.3 In case where the first or last name is not indicated in the NSO ­ issued Birth Certificate following shall be submitted: 2.3.1 Live Birth Certificate issued by the LCR 2.3.2 Copy of the application/petition duly received by the LCR (supplemental report to the LCR/Court).

2.3.3 Resolution signed by the Head of the Delegation. 2.3.4 Affidavit of the parents. 2.3.5 Affidavit of two (2) disinterested persons. 2.4 When an illegitimate athlete uses the surname of his/her father, he/she shall submit an acknowledgement (2nd page of the NSO - issued Birth Certificate) or a duly notarized acknowledgement by the father, and an annotation on the NSO (subsequent marriage of the parents). 2.5 When the gender can not be categorically determined, an affidavit of two (2) disinterested persons shall be submitted. The RSAC medical team shall conduct a physical examination. The finding(s) opinion of the RSAC medical team shall be binding (for purposes of STCAA Meet records only). 2.6 Unreadable entries shall be supported by the original Live Birth Certificate from the LCR, and affidavits of the parents and two (2) disinterested persons. Typographical errors shall be supported by a resolution signed by the Head of the Delegation (for purposes of STCAA Meet records only). D. Replacement of Athletes Prior to the Issuance of the Master List of Accredited Athletes 1. Replacement of athletes may be allowed only before the final deliberation of athletes, upon the written request signed by the Head of the Delegation, on the following grounds: 1.1 Medical/Health reasons 1.2 Original athlete is not screened or interviewed 1.3 None or incomplete set of required documents on the date set by the RSAC 1.4 Original athlete is not eligible to play- over aged, impersonation, etc. E. Protest on Eligibility 1. Protest shall be in writing and duly signed by the coach and the Head of the Delegation or his/her official representative and shall be filed before the start of the second game of the concerned team with the Chair of the RSAC. Protest filed by other person shall be automatically dismissed without prejudice of re-filing the same upon compliance of the abovementioned requirement. The RSAC may MOTU PROPIO conduct investigation if there is an obvious truth or merits of the allegation questioning the eligibility of the athlete. 2. Protest shall be accompanied by affidavit, witnesses and / or evidences to support thereof. 3. The protest shall be acted immediately by the RSAC upon receipt thereof. Decision of the RSAC shall be appealable only to the Regional Director thru the Chief of the Secondary Education Division. 4. The protestant shall have the burden of proof and shall provide necessary evidences (documentary / testimonials), otherwise, the protest will be dismissed "MOTU PROPIO". 5. The RSAC may also conduct investigation on complaint/s of misrepresentation, impersonation

and violations of similar nature, for purposes of determining the eligibility of the athlete without prejudice of filing administrative and criminal action. 6. The RSAC, by authority of the Regional Director, shall act on information on violations of athletes even after the STCAA Meet. It shall determine the existence of a prima facie case. F.Sanctions 1. When a violation on eligibility rules is proven in team competitions, the games in which the individual has taken part shall be declared forfeited in favor of the opposing team. The individual performance, in case of individual events, shall be nullified. 2. Any violation of the rules on eligibility is punishable by lifetime ban from participating in school sports competitions without prejudice to the filing of appropriate administrative and criminal charges against erring officials and athletes. 3. Athlete with pending appeal shall not be allowed to play.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 ARCHERY GUIDELINES AND GROUND RULES Based on the Guidelines and Ground rules for Archery Events Of the Palarong Pambansa 2011 EVENTS Competition in archery for the Secondary Level shall consist of the following events: -- the 60 meter distance for Boys and Girls (36 arrows to be shot at 60 meters); -- the 50 meter distance for Boys and Girls (36 arrows to be shot at 50 meters); -- the 40 meter distance for Boys and Girls (36 arrows to be shot at 40 meters); -- the 30 meter distance for Boys and Girls (36 arrows to be shot at 30 meters); -- the Single FITA Round for Boys and Girls (the combined scores of the 144 arrows shot at the 60, 50, 40 & 30 meter distances) which also serves as the ranking basis for the Olympic Rounds; -- the Olympic Round for Boys and Girls (single elimination round to determine the Boys Overall and Girls Overall Individual champions); and the -- the Olympic Round Team Event for Boys and Girls (single elimination round to determine the Boys and Girls Team champions. MEDALS TO BE AWARDED Medals at stake in the archery tournament are as follows: EVENT 60 Meter Distance for Girls 60 Meter Distance for Boys 50 Meter Distance for Girls 50 Meter Distance for Boys 40 Meter Distance for Girls 40 Meter Distance for Boys 30 Meter Distance for Girls 30 Meter Distance for Boys Single FITA Round for Girls Single FITA Round for Boys Overall Individual Champion ­ Girls Overall Individual Champion ­ Boys Team Champion ­ Girls Team Champion ­ Boys Total Medals at Stake AWARDS 1st, 2nd, 3rd places 1st, 2nd, 3rd places 1st, 2nd, 3rd places 1st, 2nd, 3rd places 1st, 2nd, 3rd places 1st, 2nd, 3rd places 1st, 2nd, 3rd places 1st, 2nd, 3rd places 1st, 2nd, 3rd places 1st, 2nd, 3rd places 1st, 2nd, 3rd places 1st, 2nd, 3rd places 1st, 2nd, 3rd places 1st, 2nd, 3rd places NO. OF MEDALS NEEDED 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 5 sets* 5 sets* 22 sets

*(includes 1 set intended for the 4th member of the team & one set for the team coaches)

TOURNAMENT RULES -- the latest edition of the Federation Internationale De Tir A L'Arc (FITA) rules (April 1, 2010) for outdoor target archery shall be used to govern the conduct of the tournament. -- the results of the Single FITA Round will be used as the bases for ranking the individual competitors in the Girls and Boys Divisions. Based on their ranks, the archers will then proceed to the Olympic Round to determine the Overall Individual Champions for Girls and Boys Divisions. -- Competition in the Olympic Round will be as follows: -- an Elimination round in which the top 68 archers (seeded according to their rank in the Single FITA Round) in each division shoot a series of matches to determine the quarterfinalists. Each match shall consist of four (4) ends of three (3) arrows shot at the 80cm target face placed at the 50meter distance. -- a Final round in which the remaining quarterfinalists (top 8 archers in each division) shoot a series of matches, culminating in the Gold Medal Matches. Each match shall consist of four (4) ends of three (3) arrows shot at the 80cm target face placed at the 50meter distance. -- the scores in the Single FITA Round of the top three archers from each team shall be the Team's aggregate score. All Regional Team scores will be calculated in a similar manner and each Regional Team will be ranked from 1 to 17 in the Girls and Boys Divisions. Any member of a team who shot in the Single FITA Round may be fielded in the Team Event. All teams will shoot in the Olympic Round Team Event which consists of: -- the Team Elimination Round in which the top seventeen (17) teams in each division shoot a series of elimination matches to determine the top eight (8) teams in each division. Each match shall consist of four (4) ends of six (6) arrows at the 80cm target face placed at the 50 meter distance. Each archer shall shoot two (2) arrows per end. -- the Team Finals Round in which the top eight (8) teams in each division shoot a series of matches culminating in the Team Gold Medal Matches. Each match shall consist of four (4) ends of six (6) arrows shot at the 80cm target face placed at the 50meter distance. -- all Olympic Round Match seedings will be in accordance with the FITA Match Play Seeding Diagrams. -- all Olympic Round Matches shall be conducted in accordance with FITA Rules and Guidelines. PARTICIPANTS -- a regional delegation's archery team shall consist of a Boys Team and a Girls Team. A team shall be composed of not more than four (4) but not less than three (3) archers and a team coach. Team chaperones may accompany the girls teams but they shall not be allowed to coach. -- DepED rules on eligibility shall apply. UNIFORMS -- all members of the team including the coaches must wear the same uniform during the Team Event.

-- the archer's family name followed by the initial of his first name (e.g. REYES, A. ), should be printed on the upper back portion of the shirt. Letter height is from 5 ­ 7 cm. in block letters. Aside from the official delegation uniform, a team may wear an alternate uniform which should also have the archer's names printed at the back. All archers must wear rubber shoes. Rubber boots and rain gear may be allowed if the weather and field conditions warrant their use. -- archers must always wear their target assignment numbers when shooting in the tournament and during the official practice day and during the official inspection of equipment. Numbers must be properly pinned on the archers' quivers. -- team uniforms are also required to be worn during the official practice day. DISTANCES AND TARGET FACES The target faces to be used are as follows: EVENT Single FITA ROUND: 60 METER DISTANCE 50 METER DISTANCE 40 METER DISTANCE 30 METER DISTANCE OLYMPIC ROUND TEAM EVENT (at 50 meters) ARCHERS' EQUIPMENT Each archer should have his/her own set of equipment which should conform to FITA Recurve Bow specifications. It is the archer's responsibility to use equipment which complies with the rules. If in doubt the archer should show his equipment to the Judge(s) before using it in competitions. Any archer found to be using equipment contravening the rules may have his or her scores disqualified. Outlined below are the general regulations that apply to the high school boys and girls divisions in all the stages of the Palarong Pambansa from the lower meets to the national championships. for the Recurve Bow the following items are allowed: A bow of any type provided it subscribes to the accepted principle and meaning of the word bow as used in target archery, that is, an instrument consisting of a handle (grip), a riser (no shoot-through type) and two flexible limbs each ending in a tip with a string nock. The bow is braced for use by a single string attached directly between the two string nocks, and in operation is held in one hand by its handle (grip) while the fingers of the other hand draw, hold back and release the string. The limbs of the bow shall be of wooden and/or fiberglass construction. (Limbs which have carbon fiber reinforcement are allowed). TARGET FACE 122 cm official FITA face 80 cm official FITA face 80 cm official FITA face 80 cm official FITA face 80 cm official FITA face 80 cm official FITA face

Multi-colored bow risers and trademarks located on the inside of the upper and lower limbs are permitted. Risers including a brace are permitted provided the brace does not consistently touch the archer's hand or wrist. . A bowstring of any number of strands, may be of any material and specification; may be of different colors. It may have a center serving to accommodate the drawing fingers, a nocking point to which may be added serving(s) to fit the arrow nock as necessary, and, to locate this point, one or two nock locators may be positioned. At each end of the bowstring there is a loop which is placed in the string nocks of the bow when braced. In addition one attachment is permitted on the string to serve as lip or nose mark. The serving on the string must not end within the archer's vision at full draw. The bowstring must not in any way assist aiming through the use of a peephole, marking, or any other means 3. The arrow rest, which can be adjustable, a. any movable pressure button, pressure point or arrow plate may be used on the bow provided they are not electric or electronic and do not offer any additional aid in aiming. The pressure point may not be placed any further back than 4cm (inside) from the throat of the handle (pivot point) of the bow. A draw check indicator, audible or visual, may be used provided it is not electric or electronic. This device will give only one indication of draw length. A bow sight for aiming is permitted, but at no time may more than one such device be used. must not incorporate a prism, lens or any other magnifying device leveling, electric or electronic devices nor will it provide for more than one sighting point. The overall length of the sight (tunnel, tube, sighting pin and or other corresponding extended component) will not exceed 2cm in the line of vision of the archer. sight may be attached to the bow for the purpose of aiming and which may allow for windage adjustment as well as an elevation setting. It is subject to the following provisions: -- a bow sight extension is permitted; -- a plate or tape with distance marking may be mounted on the bow as a guide for marking, but must not in any way offer any additional aid; -- the sight point may be may be a fiber optic sight pin. The total length of the fiber optic pin may exceed 2cm, provided that one end is attached outside the archer's line of vision at full draw, while the part within the archer's line of vision does not exceed 2cm in a straight line before bending. It can only provide one illuminated aiming spot at full draw. 6. Stabilizers and torque flight compensators on the bow are permitted. a. They may not: -- serve as a string guide; -- touch anything but the bow -- represent any danger or obstruction to other athletes on the shooting line. 7. Arrows must be all carbon or all aluminum. Aluminum carbon arrows are not allowed (e.g. Easton A/C/E , A/C/C, X10, Cartel Triple etc). All arrows of every archer must be marked with the archer's name or initials on the shaft.

Finger protection in the form of finger stalls or tips, gloves, or shooting tab or tape (plaster) to draw, hold back and release the string is permitted, provided they do not incorporate any device that will assist the archer to hold, draw and release the string. A separator between the fingers to prevent pinching the arrow may be used. An anchor plate or similar device attached to the finger protection (tab) for the purpose of anchoring is permitted. On the bow hand an ordinary glove, mitten or similar item may be worn but must not be attached to the grip of the bow. Field glasses, telescopes and other visual aids may be used for spotting arrows provided they do not represent any obstruction to other archers on the shooting line. in the Olympic round team event the coach in the coach's box may use hand-held binoculars. Prescription spectacles, shooting spectacles and sunglasses may be used. None of these may be fitted with micro hole lenses, or similar devices, nor may they be marked in any way that can assist in aiming. The spectacle glass of the non-sighting eye may be fully covered or taped,or an eye patch may be used . Accessories are permitted, including bracers (arm guards), dress shield, bow sling, belt or ground quiver and tassel. Foot markers may not protrude more than 1cm from ground. Also permitted are limb savers, a tripod for a scope (which may be left on the shooting line provided it does not create an obstacle for any other archer). Wind indicators (non-electric or non-electronic) may be attached to the equipment used on the shooting line (e.g. light ribbons),electronic wind indicators may be used behind the waiting line. PROTOCOL A team captains meeting will be held during the Solidarity session of the STCAA to discuss the schedule, uniform requirements, latest rules or rule modifications, medals to be awarded and other important matters. OFFICIAL PRACTICE DAY An official practice day shall be held one day before the start of the tournament on the actual tournament venue to familiarize the archers with the prevailing conditions at the tournament site. The tournament field must be laid out and all venue equipment should be in place. The official practice shall be controlled by the Director of Shooting and the Official Timer. INSPECTION OF EQUIPMENT Initial inspection of archers' equipment will be conducted by the Judges Committee during the Official Practice Day. However, subsequent inspections may be done during the course of the tournament to ensure adherence to equipment rules, provided that these will not affect the settings of the bow in question. Later violations, when found, will be penalized according to FITA rules. PRACTICE FACILITIES -- a practice field must be made available at least two (2) days before the Opening Ceremony of the STCAA -- the tournament field may be used by the competitors for practice on all the days of the competition at times arranged by the tournament manager. However, all practice must cease fifteen (15) minutes before the start of competition.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 ARNIS GROUND RULES

A. ELEMENTARY LEVEL Both boys and girls division - Height limit and Age Category Height 1. Category A 2. Category B Full Contact Event Maximum of 1 min. Anyo Event for Elementary Individual Event 1. Individual Event Solo Baston Boys 2. Individual Event Solo Baston Girls Team Event 1.Team Double Baston Boys (2Players) 2.Team Double Baston Girls (2Players) 3.Mixed Team Double Baston (4Players) Note: Only one performance for every Anyo event. B. SECONDARY LEVEL a. Boys Division Pinweight Bantamweight Featherweight Extra Lightweight Half Lightweight - 43 kilograms up to 47 kilograms - Over 47 kilograms up to 51 kilograms - Over 51 kilograms up to 55 kilograms - Over 55 kilograms up to 60 kilograms - Over 60 kilograms up to 65 kilograms Over 4'8 to 5'0 Over 5'0 to 5'4 Age 12-13 yrs. old 12-13 yrs. Old

b. Girls Division Pinweight Bantamweight Featherweight Extra Lightweight Half Lightweight - 37 kilograms up to 40 kilograms - Over 40 kilograms up to 44 kilograms - Over 44 kilograms up to 48 kilograms - Over 48 kilograms up to 52 kilograms - Over 52 kilograms up to 56 kilograms

EVENTS TO BE PLAYED a. Full Contact Event Maximum of 2 minute per round b. Anyo Events 1. Individual Events a. Individual Solo Baston Boys b. Individual Solo Baston Girls c. Individual Double Baston Boys d. Individual Double Baston Girls 2. Team Events (Synchronized) a. Team Solo Baston Boys (3Players) b. Team Solo Baston Girls (3Players) c. Team Double Baston Boys (3Players) d. Team Double Baston Girls (3Players) Two performances for every event, minimum of 1 minute, maximum of 2 minutes per performance, the second performance must be different from the first performance.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012

GUIDELINES AND GROUND RULES IN ATHLETICS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. IAAF rules will be applied An athlete is eligible to compete in three (3) individual events and two (2) relays only. A team may enter two (2) athletes only for per individual event. All events are subject to change as the need arises. Substitution must be done 15 minutes before the presentation of athletes and must be accompanied by a medical certificate. 6. Entry form should be prepared by every coach in four (4) copies. The form will be submitted to the tournament manager or his duly authorized representative during the solidarity meetings. 7. All competitors must wear their delegation identifying uniform and assigned athletes' number when reporting at the roll call area and during the competition proper. 8. No coaches or any party identified with an athlete is allowed within the vicinity of the playing area (with crowd control fence). If the rule will be violated, a warning card is shown to the concerned athlete and coach, and for the second time, the athlete will be out of the competition. 9. Using spikes and starting block is optical. 10. Athletes who will not perform / parcipate in his entered or qualified event cannot play anymore in his next event. 11. In relays, qualifier can change runners a maximum of (2). 12. In case of an inclement weather where in an event cannot be safely competed, the coaches will be consulted prior to the postponement or cancellation of the schedule by the Technical Management through the Tournament Manager based on the rule of the majority. 13. In case of unfinished finals, due to typhoon, ranking will be based on the result of the time trials. No points for unplayed events. 14. The starting height of the bar in high jump and the pole vault will be decided / agreed upon the coaches during the solidarity meeting. 15. All protests must be done in writing duly signed by the coach and the head of the delegation. 16. A deposit of Php1, 000.00 is required for every protest made, which is non-refundable if the protest is in vain.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 BADMINTON TECHNICAL GUIDELINES 1. DATA AND VENUE The 2012 STCAA Badminton Tournament will be held at Whackers Badminton, Victoria, Laguna on February 19-25, 2012 2. RULES 2.1 The competition shall be held in accordance with the current Laws and Regulations of the Badminton World Federation (BWF). However, in matters not covered by these rules and regulations, decision shall rest with the Tournament Manager. 2.2 The Technical Committee/Tournament Manager shall be responsible for the technical organization of the tournament. The decision of the committee in all matters regarding the competition shall be final. 2.3 Only properly identified and certified coaches of each Division under Region 4-A CALABARZON are allowed to approach the Match Control/Referee with regards to clarifications, requests, protests, questions or inquiries during the match. 3. TOURNAMENT FORMAT 3.1 The format of the competition shall be run on a single elimination or knock-out system for all events in elementary and secondary level both boys and girls. 4. EVENTS 4.1 The Tie Competition (Elementary / Secondary) Boys and Girls 4.2 Individual Competition (Elementary / Secondary) Boys and Girls * Boy's Singles (BS) * Girl's Singles (GS) *Boy's Doubles (BD) *Girl's Doubles (GD) *Mixed Doubles (MXD) (Two (2) entries/Delegation) (Two (2) entries/Delegation) (One (1) entry/Delegation) (One (1) entry/Delegation) (One (1) entry/Delegation)

5. TEAM COMPOSITION AND FIELDING OF PLAYERS 5.1 A team/Division must have a total of four (4) players (mandatory fielding of four (4) players per team tie are required) in the team tie competition. 5.2 Each tie shall consist of two (2) singles players and one (1) doubles (two players). 5.3 The order of play shall be as follows: Single-Doubles-singles (SDS) 5.4 Fifteen (15) minutes before the commencement of play of each tie, the coach shall submit the composition of his/her team to the Match Control/Referee and to the opposing coach. No substitution shall be allowed under any circumstances after the tie has commenced, or if their papers/requirements are not complete or in order. 5.5 In case a team wins two (2) events (first singles & doubles) and the tie is already decided, the remaining match (second singles) will not be played. 5.6 In case a team fails to submit their fielding form on time, the tournament manager will use the team's fielding strategy in the previous round.

6. SEEDING / RANKING 6.1 Pairing for elementary and secondary levels for both boys and girls in all events shall be done by draw lots, except for the seeded players/divisions based on last year's STCAA 2011, held at Inigo's Badminton Center, Lucena City, Quezon. 7. DRAWING OF LOTS 7.1 Drawing of lots shall be done during the Solidarity meeting of the 2012 STCAA Meet or one (1) day before the actual competition. 7.2 Coaches shall be the ones to do the draw to determine their opponent. If they are absent during the draw, the Tournament Manager will do it for them. 7.3 Failure to attend the said meeting, the coach/representative has waived his/her rights to question the tournament proceedings/technical guidelines. 8. ENTRY OF PLAYERS (Individual Competition) 8.1 Coaches shall submit their entries for Singles, Doubles and mixed Doubles (Individual Events) competition the solidarity meeting before the start of the drawing of lots on a prescribed entry form to be provided by the management. 8.2 The entries shall be duly signed by the coach/tem manager. 8.3 Upon submission of the entries duly signed by the coach/team manager, no substitution shall be allowed especially after the draw. 9. SCORING 9.1 The BWF scoring system of 1-21 points (rally point) best of three games shall apply. In case the score becomes 20-all, the players/pair who gains an advance of two (2) points wins the game (22-20, 23-21). If the score becomes 29-all, the player/pair who scores the 30th point wins the game. 10. WALK-OVER 10.1 A fifteen-minute (15) grace period on the scheduled tie/match shall be given, otherwise the team/player shall be declared loser via walk-over. 11. ATTIRE 11.1 All players are required to use their playing uniform (Division colors specially on the first day of the games and on the Finals) or must be in a prescribed badminton uniform. Coaches/trainers should be in their Division uniform (with ID's) as well, whenever they're in the playing venue, most specially during their player's matches, sandals (or "tsinelas"), and sleeveless shirts ("sando"). Otherwise, they will not be allowed to coach their players inside the venue. 11.2 Court officials shall wear collared T-shirts, Black pants (slacks), black leather shoes and black socks, Type ("B"); or collared T-shirts, maong pants and rubber shoes (Type "C"), when officiating the Elimination round matches. They will wear polo shirts (preferably white) on the Finals Matches on the last day. 12. PROTEST 12.1 Protest on eligibility will be settled at the level of the Organizing and Screening Committee. 12.2 Protest on technically will be settled at the level of the Tournament Referee/Tournament Manager.

13. RESTRICTIONS FOR COURT OFFICIALS AND COACHES 13.1 Court officials / Coaches will not be allowed to officiate / coach in a match if he/she in under the influence of liquor (alcoholic beverages) or controlled substances (illegal drugs). 13.2 Smoking is strictly prohibited within the playing area ­ let us make badminton a smoke-free competition. 13.3 Technical personnel (Trainers or unofficial coaches) can only approach a player or team, if and only if, they are accomplished by the game's break or interval and they should also conform to the proper dress code or attire. 14. PALARONG PAMBANSA TEAM COMPOSITION 14.1 Winners of the INDIVIDUAL EVENTS (Boys' Singles; Girls' Singles; Boys' Doubles & Girls' Doubles (Elementary & Secondary) shall represent the Region in the Palarong Pambansa 2011. 14.2 Mixed Doubles and Team Tie winners will not represent the Region in the Palarong Pambansa (if they are not the winners in the Individuals Events above) but will earn points for their Delegation and be awarded medals. 15. UNFORSEEN EVENT 15.1 The decision of the Referee/Tournament manager on any dispute during the competition shall be final. 15.2 If the ongoing tie's/matches will be continued later from the point where it was disputed, the current scores shall stand. 16. Assigning the Winning Coach and Chaperon 16.1 The Coach of the Delegation with the winning Doubles team in the Individual Event, will be the winning coach, (i.e. Elementary Boys' Team) and will be chosen to accompany the players to the Palarong Pambansa 2011. In the event that both Singles players (First Single and Second of a Delegation wins both event in the Individual event, then the coach for that team or Delegation will be the winning coach. The Chaperon will be taken from the Delegation with Second Place status (Runner-up) for the Girls' Team shall be a female.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19 ­ 25, 2012 ELEMENTARY BASEBALL TOURNAMENT GUIDELINES AND GROUND RULES The OFFICIAL BASEBALL RULES shall be followed in all the games. In addition, the following GROUND RULES shall be applied: 1. Elementary Baseball shall be played in five (5) innings (during the elimination, quarter finals, semifinal and final rounds) and seven (7) innings in the championship game. Any team has the option to concede. 2. The 10-Run Rule shall be applied in all the games, except in the championship game (bottom of 3rd or anytime after the 3rd). 3. There shall be thirteen (13) persons on the bench of each baseball team for the duration of the game, to wit, twelve (12) players and one (1) coach. No trainer/assistant coach shall be allowed to sit on the bench of each baseball team. Note: Any violation of item #3 would mean the following; a. First offense ­ warning b. Second offense ­ Automatic removal of the pitcher from the mound c. If the team persistently violates this rule, the game shall be forfeited in favor of the opposing team. 4. Only the official coach and designated players from the official line-up of the team can play in the game. They should be wearing the same uniform as the other members of the team (short-pants and sando are not allowed). Teams with athlete having more than one (1) set of uniforms must have identical back numbers. The back numbers should be from 1-12 only. 5. The LAW OF IMMEDIATE SUCCESSION SHALL BE OBSERVED. Only the First game in the morning and first game in the afternoon shall have fixed schedule. Games that follow shall start immediately after the end of each preceding game. Inspection of athletes' gallery must be done before the start of any game. 6. A GRACE PERIOD of fifteen (15) minutes, based on the time the preceding game ended shall be observed before declaring any game(s) as forfeited or default. Coaches are requested to submit their contact number(s) to the management to facilitate information dissemination. It is likewise urged to synchronize the `time' of all officiating officials and coaches to ensure punctuality and promptness. 7. In Elementary Baseball, a MANDATORY REST PERIOD OF 24 HOURS shall be imposed to pitchers who have pitched in FOUR (4) OR MORE INNINGS IN A GAME. In DOUBLE HEADERS, a MANDATORY ONE (1) GAME REST shall be imposed. 8. It is MANDATORY for all competing teams to provide their respective teams with the necessary equipments, such as: · Bats · Batting helmets/running helmets

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Shin guards Catcher's mask (preferably with helmet and throat protector) Groin guard (for catchers, infielders and pitchers)

9. In case a coach commits a "SECOND TRIP TO THE MOUND" in the same inning, the pitcher shall be removed from the pitching position; but may continue to play in other position in the field (Rule 8.06-b). 10. The rule on NO RE-ENTRY (Rule 3.03) shall be imposed. 11. There shall be NO DESIGNATED HITTER (DH). 12. The rule "MANDATORY PLAY ALL" must be followed. All twelve (12) players entered as official member of the team must be fielded every time the team play in a scheduled game (the three substitutes/alternates must be fielded for at least an inning, three (3) defensive put outs and three (3) offensive put outs. NOTE: In case an injury occur or a player is disqualified and all available substitutes were exhausted, the coach of the other team will be given the right to select from the "players on the "BENCH" (but not a previously disqualified/ejected/thrown out player). A violation of this guideline/rule shall be an outright forfeiture of the Game in favor of the opposing team. In case of an abbreviated game, the players in the official list who did not play in that game must be included in the first nine (9) players of the team in their next schedule game (immediate succeeding game). 13. In case of `force majeure situation', a game will be declared "called game" if three (3) innings have been completed (elimination, quarter finals, semi finals, battle for 3rd place) and five (5) innings (championship). In case the game has progressed beyond 3rd (5th inning) but has not been completed, the game shall still be declared as "called game". The winners shall be the team that scored more runs in the last completed inning. 14. In any case, when the weather condition could no longer permit the tournament to be finished, the following measures shall be adopted: · If 7th place or higher rank has been established, the average of the summation of the championship points for each of the remaining places/ranks will be considered, hence, shared, championship (co-championships) shall be declared. 15. Breaking ties in the elimination rounds: All ties in the elimination round shall be settled as follows (in order): a. Two-way tie Using the rule "win over the other", the team that won the game(s) between teams tied shall be given the higher rank/position. b. Triple tie o Fewest runs allowed in the game played between teams tied. o More runs scored in the game played between teams tied. o Difference if the number of runs for and number of runs against in all the games played by teams tied. (# runs for- # runs against). o A "COIN FLIP"

ADDITIONAL GROUND RULES IN BASEBALL ELEMENTARY 2. All scheduled games shall start at 7:00 AM and 2:00 PM. 3. The "Law of immediate succession" shall be observed with the following conditions, to wit: a. If the first game has gone to its full length, the second game shall follow accordingly. b. If the first game becomes abbreviated, the second game should be started not earlier than 8:30 AM. c. No second game shall be started later than 10:30 AM. 4. A long hit that goes beyond established markers shall be a homerun (HR). 5. If the ball bounce and roll inside a fair territory, it is a live ball and on play. 6. If a ball bounces inside and over the established marker, it shall be a two-base hit only. 7. Long hit or thrown ball that goes up and down a slope inside a fair territory, the ball is live and on play. 7 8 9 The allowable measurements of the baseball bat should not be greater than 32" long, a weight deduction of not more than -12 and a maximum barrel of 2 ¼". A bat should not contain any additional part that provides a batter extra batting power. The use of metal cleats is strictly prohibited.

10 Unnecessary apparel should not be worn by any official member of the team during the game. 11 On HPB, removal of player pitcher shall be imposed on the following conditions: a. Three (3) HPB ­ automatic removal of player as a pitcher. b. Two (2) HPB ­ removal of the pitcher in that inning. c. Five (5) ­ removal of the pitcher in the game. d. Two (2) HPB of the same batter ­ removal of the pitcher in the mound but can still return.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 SECONDARY BASEBALL GUIDELINES AND GROUND RULES The 2011 MLB Official Baseball Rules shall be followed in all games. In addition, the following GROUND RULES will be applied: PLAYING RULES Secondary Baseball shall be played for five (5) innings during the elimination and in the Placement Round. The Championship Game is seven (7) inning game. In case of Play-off, it shall be played for Five (5) innings only. No mercy rule & Time Limit Game Duration. The One and Half (1 ½) Hour Game Duration is applied. In case of Tie after completing 1 ½ hour duration rule; the IBAF Extra Inning Rule will be implemented. Extra-Inning Rule (IBAF Competition Norms) · Each team will begin the following inning (and any subsequent necessary extra innings) with a player on first and second, no outs. · To begin that inning, representatives from each team will meet at home plate and will indicate (at the same time) to the home plate umpire where the team wishes to begin the batting order. That is, the teams have the option of beginning that inning anywhere in the existing batting order that was in effect when the preceding inning ended. Note that this is not a new lineup (just potentially a different order), and it may very well be the same lineup that ended the inning. · For example, if the team decides to have the #1 hitter in the lineup hit first, then the #8 hitter will be placed at 2B and the #9 hitter will be placed at 1B. Furthermore, if the team decides to have the #3 hitter in the lineup hit first, then the #1 hitter would be at 2B and the #2 hitter would be at 1B. · Once those players/runners are determined for that inning, the order of any subsequent innings will be determined by how the previous inning ended. That is, if the inning ends with the #6 hitter having the last plate appearance (PA), then the succeeding inning begins the #7 hitter at bat, and the #5 hitter at 2B and the #6 hitter at first base. · No player re-entry is permitted during extra innings. Mercy Rule is applied: 20 Runs in 2nd inning; 10 Runs in 3rd inning There shall only be thirteen (13) persons on the bench of each baseball ream for the duration of the game, to wit, twelve (12) players and one coach. No trainer shall be allowed to sit on the bench of each baseball team. Note: any violation of this item would mean automatic removal of the pitcher from the mound (2nd offense in the same game, pitcher shall be removed from the mound). If the team persistently continues violating this item, the game shall be forfeited in favor of the other team.

Only the Official Coach and a designated player from the official line-up of the team can directly play during the progress of the game and they should be wearing the same uniform as the members of the team (sando and short pants is not allowed). The Law of Immediate Succession shall be observed. A grace period of fifteen (15) minutes, based from the time the preceding game has ended shall be observed in declaring any game(s) as forfeited or default. It is mandatory for all competing teams to provide their respective teams the necessary equipment: bats, batting helmets, shin guards, catcher's mask and groin protector. The pitcher should be ejected from the pitching position if accidentally hit three (3) batters in an inning and five (5) batters in the whole duration of the game. Players are not allowed to use metal cleats/spikes during the games for the duration of the tournament. A team may play in a maximum of two (2) games in one day. Designated Hitter and Re-Entry Rule are not allowed. In any case when the weather condition can no longer permit/allow the tournament to be finished, the following measures should be adopted: The average of the summation of the championship points of each of the remaining places/ranks will be considered, hence shared championship (co-champions) should be declared. IBAF Speed Up Rules ­ a) The hitter shall be required to remain in batter's box unless he makes a request for "time" and the Umpire feels that the request is reasonable. Only then shall Umpire grant time out. b) When a batter hits a home run, members of his Team shall not be allowed to contact the hitter until he has passed the home plate. Failure to observe this rule will result in a warning and if it occurs again, the Coach of the Team shall be ejected from the game. c) The 20-second rule for the pitcher must be enforced at all time during the game (with or without men on base). d) The pitcher shall be allowed five (5) warm-up pitches to start the first inning and on any pitching change. In all subsequent innings, the pitcher shall be allowed 5 warm-up pitches. e) Only one infielder at a time can go to the pitcher's mound, and only one such a trip per inning shall be allowed. f) Coaches shall be allowed three (3) free trips to the mound during the game to talk with the pitcher (free trip is one in which the pitcher is not removed from the game). These meetings shall be limited to 30 seconds from the moment the Umpire calls "Time". After the third free trip, each subsequent trip to the mound must result in the removal of the pitcher. If the game goes into extra innings, one additional free trip shall be allowed for each three innings. Two trips to the mound in the same inning to the same pitcher must result in the removal of the pitcher. Only one infielder

can go to the mound when the Coach does and if one infielder goes to the mound at that time, it is considered the "infielders trip" to the mound for that inning as stated in rule f). g) Teams are allowed a maximum of 3 "offensive meetings" per game. An offensive meeting shall be charged any time a Coach delays the game for any length of time to talk with an offensive player, whether it is the hitter, a base-runner or an on-deck batter going to the plate, or to another Coach. If the game goes into extra innings, 1 additional "offensive meeting" shall be permitted for each 3 extra innings. If this rule is violated the Coach may be ejected. No offensive trip will be charged if the offense discusses strategy during a delay for which they are not responsible (e.g. trip to the mound, injury, player change, etc.) providing they cause no further delay.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 BASKETBALL SPECIAL GUIDELINES AND GROUND RULES (The International Basketball Federation FIBA) ­ Valid as of October 2010 shall govern the Basketball competitions except for the amendments introduced and approved in the Special Guidelines and Ground Rules for Elementary level. I ­ TITLE: BOY'S ELEMENTARY AND BOYS/GIRLS SECONDARY BASKETBALL It is a game specially designed to build a strong foundation in developing basketball awareness among children. It also aims to develop the basic skills and character among young boys aged 13 and below, providing unique experience for fun, enjoyment, and eventually leading the way to a long term involvement in sports. II ­ SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE OF THE GAME To throw the ball into the playmate basket and prevent the players of the other team from securing the ball or scoring based on fair play and within the spirit and intent of the rules. The games shall be DEVELOPMENTAL in nature and approach. III ­ SIZE OF THE BASKETBALL BALL a. For Elementary and Secondary Girls ­ size 6 (GG6) b. For Secondary Boys ­ size 7 (GG7) IV ­ Team (Players, Coaches & other team officials) 1. ELIGIBILITY Based on the Palarong Pambansa Guidelines 2. TEAM COMPOSITION A team shall be composed of not more than 12 team members and COACH, while the Girls may include a CHAPERON (when coach is male) 3. COACH A team shall be headed by responsible COACH as required by the Palarong Pambansa Rules and Guidelines. Only the COACH (and Chaperon for Basketball Girls) shall be allowed to stay within the team bench during official game. V ­ TIMING REGULATIONS a. For ELEMENTARY The game shall consist of four (4) periods. The first three periods shall be played in eight (8) minutes and ten (10) minutes for the 4th period and five (5) minutes for every extra period. b. For SECONDARY The official FIBA Rules shall be applied with the latest amendment

c. For BOTH The interval between periods is one (1) minute while interval between halves is five (5) minutes. VI ­ PLAYERS' PLAYING REGULATIONS a. For ELEMENTARY 1. All players of the team must be fielded before the end of the 2nd period or within 1st half. 2. All players shall play at least one (1) period BUT not more than three (3) periods and MUST be rested for one (1) period. If a COACH fielded a player for more than three (3) periods, it shall be penalized with a Technical Foul (2 FT + BP) charge to the COACH. 3. Normal substitution procedures shall apply in all periods. (Except when certain rule does not apply). A player may enter in a game as a substitute as many as possible with that period and considered as having played only in that period/quarter. 4. One (1) time-out for every period shall be granted to each team for the first three (3) periods and two (2) time-outs shall be granted in the fourth (4th) period, and one (1) timeout for every extra period. Unused time-outs may not be carried over to the next period. In the first three periods the time-out shall either used or forfeited. 5. In case a team has incomplete line-up during the scheduled game: a. The 1st period shall always start with five (5) players while the other may be played with remaining members of the team. b. A team with only seven (7) players (physically present) at the start of the game, game shall be declared forfeited. EXEMPTION: IN CASE OF INJURY/DISQUALIFICATION: - (In the 1st, 2nd period) ­ an injured player may be substituted by any player, and as such said "substitute player an injured player" will be considered as having played in that particular period. - The "injured player" upon recovery may re-enter in the same period or may play in any period following Sec. 1, Rule V b. For SECONDARY (Boys and Girls) The official FIBA Rules shall apply. VII ­ IN CASE OF DISQUALIFICATION 1. A thrown-out player must leave the confines of play area. 2. A player/coach who is disqualified as a result of a disqualifying foul/ fighting or the like, subject will be automatically suspended. The number of game suspension shall be determined by the Technical Committee and will be based on the gravity of the act.

VIII ­ RULES OF CONDUCT 1. FOULS a. PERSONAL FOUL ­ A player causing contact with an opposing playmate, which gives an unfair advantage and such contact is neither intentional nor flagrant. b. TECHNICAL FOUL ­ A PLAYER/COACH who displays unsportsmanlike/disrespectful act as slashing of neck, showing a dirty finger, pointing of accusing finger and trash talking/shouting bad words/foul language, contesting calls, arguing with the officials and others. A WARNING may be given or a TECHNICAL FOUL shall be slapped. c. FLAGRANT FOUL ­ a player causing excessive contact may cause or have caused injury to an opponent, such as: (a) excessive swinging of elbow; (b) throwing a punch; (c) tripping; and (d) intentional contacting/pushing the back of a player going for a basket shall be judged to be either an UNSPORTSMANLIKE/DISQUALIFYING FOUL. IX ­ PLAYERS'/COACHES' CONDUCT 1. Any player/coach, who is slapped with a DISQUALIFYING FOUL and is ejected because of FLAGRANTLY UNSPORTSMANLIKE ACTION, shall be penalized accordingly and with an additional one (1) game suspension/ total disqualification or banned from further participation, depending on the gravity of the offense. (As may be determine by Technical Committee). 2. Uttering/shouting of obscene/foul language/bad words or verbal abuse from players/coaches to opponents/officials or teammates shall not be tolerated. Such act shall be dealt with WARNING or a TECHNICAL FOUL. 3. Teams shall keep and leave their bench areas clean and orderly. Non-compliance shall be dealt with a WARNING for the first offense. TECHNICAL FOUL for the second offense. 4. Coaches shall always confirm their next schedule of game with the Tournament Manager or Chief Referee BEFORE leaving the playing venue/ or after the game. X ­ GAMES DISRUPTION Games which are cancelled/disrupted/stopped due to "FORCE MAJEURE" or valid reason, will be treated in the following manner: 1. REMATCH ­ if the disruption of the game took place during the second half (1st and 2nd periods), game shall be replayed. 2. RESUMPTION ­ if the disruption of the game took place during the second half (3rd, 4th and extra period), the game shall be resumed with remaining game time. 3. RESET ­ if the schedule was cancelled for valid reason, the management will schedule the game at the bottom of all schedules. 4. DURATION OF WAITING ­ in case of power failure or any incident (rain or darkness) that may effect the progress of the game, the LENGTH of time to wait for the restoration of normalcy is 30 minutes or as may be allowed by. XI ­ TOURNAMENT FORMAT 1. The ELIMINATIONS (Bracketed Round Robin)

a. All the 15 Divisions will be divided or grouped in Four (4), the manner of grouping shall be seeding (involving the Top Four (4) of the last STCAA Competition) and draw lots for the remaining slots following appropriate distribution. b. All teams in each group shall play a SINGLE ROUND ROBIN. GROUPING/BRACKETING BASKETBALL BOYS ELEMENTARY Bracket A Bracket B Bracket C Bracket D

BASKETBALL GIRLS AND BOYS AECONDARY Bracket A Bracket B Bracket C Bracket D

In case of TIE, FIBA RULE on Team Classification shall apply: 1. For two (2) teams ­ "Winner ­ over ­ the ­ other" 2. For more than two (2) teams ­ "GOAL AVERAGE" 3. The top two (2) teams in each group shall advance to the CROSSOVER QUARTER FINALS. QUARTER FINALS (Knock-out Game) To be played CROSSOVER ALTERNATELY by GROUP QF1 ­ A1 vs C2; QF2 ­ A2 vs C1; QF3 ­ B1 vs D2; QF4 ­ B2 vs D1 The Losers in the Quarter Finals shall be played for a Consolation games to determine the 5th and 6th place. 4. The SEMIFINALS (Knock-out Game) SF1 ­ WQF1 vs WQF4; SF2 ­ WQF2 vs WQF3 5. The FINALS (Knock-out Game) The LOSER of the SEMIFINAL games play a knockout game to determine the 3rd and 4th placer. The WINNER shall play a winner-take-all game for the CHAMPIONSHIP.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 CHESS TOURNAMENT GROUND RULES The tournament shall be governed by FIDE Swiss Rules and those stated in the following ground rules: 1. Each team shall be composed of two players properly designated as Board 1and Board 2 players by the coach before the start of the tournament. 2. Board 1 and Board 2 shall be grouped as one and shall play Seven (7) Round Swiss System. 3. The Rank Controlled Swiss (Rank in Previous Palaro ­ STCAA 2011) shall be used to determine the ID Number. 4. Computerized pairings shall be done by the Swiss Perfect 98 program. Note: Protest on pairing shall not be entertained. 5. Players are required to present their ID before the start of each round. 6. Players annoying and or causing disturbing acts, like tapping the chess table or whistling, etc. shall forfeit his games after he fails to observe the first warning by any of the tournament officials. 7. Players, coaches and spectators are not allowed to make post-game analysis, play against other coaches/spectators/players with or without bets, or discuss finished or unfinished games with in 10 meters radius of the playing area. 8. Players are not allowed to eat, drink at the playing area while the game is in progress. However, he/she may ask the permission of the chess official to leave for this purpose on his own time. 9. Use of mobile phone inside the tournament area is strictly prohibited. Mobile phones have to be switched off completely in the playing hall. Silent mode is not allowed. The player whose phone rings during the game shall lose the game by forfeiture. 10. Players who had finished their games should vacate the playing area immediately after signing their score sheet and returning the equipment to the officials. 11. The decision of the Arbiter on a point of law shall be final. 12. Any protest on the Arbiter's decision on a point of fact must be made by writing and submitted to the Appeals Committee. 13. The members of the Appeal Committee shall be appointed by the Tournament Manager and announced before the start of the competition. 14. The decision of the Appeals Committee on a point of fact shall be final. 15. Each team is required to bring at least one (1) chess clock and one (1) chessboard to be deposited with and withdrawn from the equipment storekeeper before and after the games. GAME RULES: 1. NOTATION: a. Recording of move is compulsory. A draw on repetition of move can only be claimed if the moves are recorded on the score sheet of the player claiming the draw. b. A player is required to write down his move except when the time on his clock is 5 minutes or less. 2. TIME: a. Use of chess clock is compulsory. The hand used in moving the pieces shall also be the one used in punching the clock.

b. Each player shall be given one and one half hour to finish the game. A player whose flag falls down shall be adjudged the loser provided his opponent has sufficient mating force. c. The arbiter is empowered to declare a game drawn if in his judgment a player is trying to win on time alone. d. It is the responsibility of the player to call the attention of the arbiter about the flag down. 3. GAME POINT: A player who will win gets 1 point, 0.5 for a draw and 0 for loss. For a bye, the bye player is given 0.5 point. 4. TIE BREAKS: The sequence of tie breaks after the adjudged scores will be as follows: Individual: 1. Direct Encounter/Winner over the Other 2. Median 3. Solkoff/Bucholz 4. Most Number of Wins with Black pieces 5. Most Number of Games with Black pieces 6. Most Number of Won Games. Team: 1. Score of Board 1 player. 2. Combined Median of Board 1 and Board 2 players. 3. Combined Solkoff of Board 1 and Board 2 players. 4. Most Number of Wins with Black pieces by both players 5. Most Number of Games with Black pieces by both players 6. Most Number of Won Games. Note: Computation of Tie Breaks: a. Median ­List down the scores of the opponents, cancel the highest and lowest scores and sum up the rest. b. Solkoff/Bucholz ­ List down the scores of the opponents and sum up. 5. The defaulting time is 30 minutes on the chess clock of the concerned player after game time. 6. All violations committed shall be considered as non-existent was accepted by the players once the games are finished and score sheets duly signed and/or submitted to the officials. 7. AWARDS: Individual: (Elementary Boys, Elementary Girls, Secondary Boys, Secondary Girls) · Board 1 ­ 1st Place, 2nd Place & 3rd Place · Board 2 ­ 1st Place, 2nd Place & 3rd Place Team: (Elementary Boys, Elementary Girls, Secondary Boys, Secondary Girls) · 1st Place, 2nd Place, 3rd Place, 4th Place, 5th Place & 6th Place 8. SELECTION: (For Palarong Pambansa 2010) a. The 1st and 2nd Placers are qualified for the Palarong Pambansa 2012. b. The coach will choose from the 1st Placer.

9. SCHEDULE OF GAMES: Round 1 February 20, 2012 Round 2 February 21, 2012 Round 3 February 21, 2012 Round 4 February 22, 2012 Round 5 February 22, 2012 Round 6 February 23, 2012 Round 7 February 23, 2012

(Mon) (Tue) (Tue) (Wed) (Wed) (Thu) (Thu)

1:00pm 9:00am 1:00pm 9:00am 1:00pm 9:00am 1:00pm

PAIRINGS: a. Pairings for the first round will be based on the ID numbers. 1 vs 16 17 vs 2 3 vs 18 19 vs 4 5 vs 20 21 vs 6 7 vs 22 23 vs 8 9 vs 24 25 vs 10 11 vs 26 27 vs 12 13 vs 28 29 vs 14 15 vs 30 b. Pairings in the subsequent rounds will depend upon the score groups. 10. COLLATILLA: All matters not covered in the rules shall be decided by the Chess Technical Committee.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012

FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT GROUND RULES

1. NON-APPPEARANCE OF THE TEAM · Teams should be at the venue at least 25 minutes before the scheduled time and should be already warmed up five (5) minutes before the time while equipment to be used are being inspected. A grace period of ten (10) minutes shall be given to the non-appearing team after the scheduled playing time. Non ­appearance of the team after the grace period will automatically forfeit its game with a score of 1-0 and the tournament committee will meet immediately to decide on further sanctions.

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2. PROTEST ON ELIGIBILITY · · · · All protests should be handed over the chairman of the screening committee within two hours after the match. No protest will be entertained regarding the judgment calls of the referee. Only the technicality of the game may be protested. Those not covered by the tournament law, FIFA laws will apply. In case of free for all where the referee cannot identify the players who started the fight, all games of the concerned teams shall be considered forfeited and be banned for the whole duration of the sports activity.

3. SCHEDULE OF MATCH Schedule of match will be discussed during the solidarity meeting. 4. MODE OF COMPETITION Double elimination will be adopted for the duration of the STCAA 2012. 5. DURATION OF THE MATCH For elementary level, each match shall be played fifty (50) minutes divided into two (2) periods with twenty-five (25) minutes each period and an interval of five to ten (5 -10) minutes. For the secondary level, sixty (60) minutes shall consist each match divided into two (2) periods of thirty (30) minutes each period with an interval of five to ten (5-10) minutes. 6. NUMBER OF PLAYERS AND OFFICIALS IN EACH MATCH · · · Each team shall consist of not more than sixteen (16) persons. It must have one coach. In a match, both teams must field eleven (11) players assigning one player as the goal keeper. A match shall not start if either team has less than seven (7) players.

7. EQUIPMENT Players are required to wear their complete uniform comprised of: a. b. c. d. jersey with number long socks shin Guard football shoes

In addition, the captain of the team is required to wear arm band on his left arm to enable the referee to distinguish him from the rest of the team. 8. COLORS · Each team shall wear uniform bearing the official color as declared in the final registration form during the coaches/team managers solidarity meeting. · All players shall play in jersey bearing number in which they were originally registered. · Goal keeper must be provided with jersey of a different color from that of the team color. (If the goal keeper is used as field player, he should wear the same jersey number as a field player). · In the event that both teams do not have spare/special outfits, one of the teams shall be obliged to wear the vest. 9. MATCH REGULATIONS · Conduct of the Coach o Only one (1) person at a time is authorized to convey tactical instructions and he/she must return to his/her position after giving these instructions. o Only the coach can stand beside the bench. o The coach will remain with the confines of the technical area except in special circumstances, for example, a doctor or the physiotherapist entering the field of play, with the referees' permission, to assess an injured player. · Team line up o Prior to the start of the match, the fourth officials shall distribute the team line up form to the respective teams. o The forms must be accomplished and signed by the head coach before submitting to the fourth officials. Substitutions o Not more than four (4) players may be substituted during a match from the remaining players who must be registered before the start of each match. o The substitution forms must be accomplished and signed by the head coach before substitutions of player could be made. o The incoming player must then submit this form to the fourth officials of the match before he is allowed to enter in the field of play. o Any player who substituted cannot re-enter the field of play.

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10. PLAYERS CAUTIONS OR DISMISSED FIELD OF PLAY · Any player who received two (2) cautions (yellow cards) shall automatically be suspended from the match following the match in which he receives the second caution card. · A suspended player is not allowed to sit in the bench of the team.

11. WARMING-UP BEFORE AND DURING THE MATCH · Depending on the weather and the condition of the turf (to judge by the Match commissioner), the teams will be allowed to stay in their respective benches. · During the actual play: o A maximum of four (4) players from each team may warm-up at the same time, but without ball, behind the goal nearest to their respective bench. o Not more than two (2) technicians are allowed to accompany the four (4) players during the warm-up. 12. MEDICAL TREATMENT OF PLAYERS ON THE FIELD OF PLAY · If a player needs a medical treatment on the field of play during a match, the following procedures must be observed: o With a signal from the referee, the team doctor and his assistant shall leave the bench and attend to the injured player. o Only the goal keeper can be treated inside the field of play.

13. LIQUID INTAKE DURING THE COURSE OF PLAY · Because the balance of water in the body is essential for health, FIFA actively encourages players to drink liquids during the match. · Players can drink liquids during the play and stoppage. · Drinks must be contained in plastic bottles and handed to the players at the touch lines, one meter away (no coleman). 14. WALK-OVERS/ABANDONMENT · If walkovers are given, the team conceding the walkovers shall forfeit the match and the game shall be awarded to the opposing team. · If a match has to be suspended as a result of incidence (walk outs by team, lack of order due to spectators invading the field of play), the Tournament Manager shall decide within six (6) hours to determine the actions to be taken. · Should it be necessary to award a match by appointment, one (1) point shall be awarded with the score of 1-0 possibly more if the score at the time of stoppage showed a greater number of goals for the team to be declared winner.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 GYMNASTICS TOURNAMENT GROUND RULES AND TECHNICAL RULES GROUND RULES 1. Only one (1) coach or trainer per team and meet officials are allowed in the competition area. Team managers, parents, and other members of the delegation should stay in the spectators' area. 2. Verification of scores should be done after the score of the gymnast has been announced and should be done in writing signed by the coach. 3. Verification of scores with comparison to scores of other gymnasts shall not be entertained. 4. Only the coach, the judges concerned and the tournament manager are allowed to discuss score verifications. Non-members of the coaching staff are not allowed to join the discussion. 5. No gymnast of Rhythmic Gymnastics and Women's Artistic Gymnastics can compete in both disciplines. 6. No coach is allowed to handle two teams during the Regional Meet. 7. A gymnast in the elementary level may compete in the secondary level, specifically for over-aged athletes but the number of years he/she is competing in the secondary level shall be deducted to the numbers of years he/she can compete when he/she is already a secondary school student. 8. Any coach who exhibits unsportsmanlike conduct shall be requested competition venue. to leave the

TECHNICAL RULES (Competition Proper) There will be three (3) competitions for each discipline which are as follows: Competition ITeam Championship; Competition II- Individual All-Around ; Competition III- Individual Event Finals. Winners for each Competition will be determined by the total points earned for each event/apparatus scores obtained. TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP The team with the highest scores obtained by the gymnast on each apparatus (3 for WAG, 2 for MAG and 4 for RG) shall be declared champion. All team members should perform the routine. In case of ties, there will be no breaking of ties but the next rank shall no longer be awarded. For instance, there is tie for 1st place, no second place, the next rank to be awarded is 3rd place.

Individual All-Around All team members shall be ranked. The gymnast with the highest score on all the events, apparatus he/she has participated in shall be declared as Champion. If a division will get the first three places in the championship, they will be awarded as gold, silver and bronze medalists. In case of ties in the first three places, it shall be broken using the FIG Technical Regulations, Article 6.8.3. Individual Event Finals The gymnast who gets the highest score per event/apparatus wins the event.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 GROUND RULES FOR SEPAK TAKRAW SECONDARY 1. DATE AND VENUE The 2012 STCAA Sepak Takraw Competition will be held at Sta. Cruz, Laguna from February 19 ­ 25, 2012. 2. RULES OF THE TOURNAMENT (TEAM COMPETITION) 2.1. The tournament will be run in accordance with the Rules of the International Sepak Takraw Federation (ISTAF) currently enforce. (Updated Rules Jan. 2011) 2.2. Any unforeseen incident not covered by the Rules shall be dealt with as follows; 2.2.1. Cases of general nature shall be resolved in accordance with STCAA Games Rules. 2.2.2. Technical questions shall be referred to and resolved by Technical Committee in which the Tournament Manager is the person in-charge. 2.2.3. In cases of problems not covered by the existing ISTAF rules, the final decision shall rest with the Tournament Manager. 3. MODE OF COMPETITION 3.1. The Sepak Takraw Team Competition will be played in Single Round Robin System group into four, A, B, C & D for the elimination. Top two (2) teams in each group will advance to the crossover quarterfinals using the knock out system loser in the scheduled first game will receive 8 placer and so on and the top four (4) team will advance to the crossover semi-final match and the loser of both team will play for the third (3rd) and fourth (4th) place and the winner will compete for the championship. 3.2. The participating teams must be on the playing court at least 15 minutes before the schedule of games. The rules of succession shall be applied. 3.3. Two (2) points shall be awarded for a win and zero (0) for a loss. If two (0) or more points obtained an equal number of point, another game will be played to break the tie and this will be decided in the following order. If a tie still exist after applying 3.3.1. the 3.3.2 will be applied up to 3.3.4, until the tie is broken. 3.3.1. The score difference of the matches played by each of the team shall be decisive. 3.3.2. The set difference between the total scored "for" and "against" shall be decisive. This is obtained by deducting the points "against" from the points "for". 3.3.3. The score difference of the matches played by the teams shall be decisive. 3.3.4. If these three (3) alternatives are all found to be the same, then a decision taken by toss of the coin shall be decisive. 4. COMPOSITION OF THE TEAM 4.1. A team shall comprise nine (9) players and three (3) reserves. Each match shall be decided on the best of a three (3) sets. No players may play in more than one (1) match.

5. REGISTRATION OF PLAYERS AND COLORS 5.1. Each team shall be entitled to register not more than twelve players 5.2. Participating teams shall wear the color of their respective region. 6. ENTRIES 6.1. Entries of each competing teams must be submitted according to the regulations imposed by the Technical Games Management Committee in Sepak Takraw.

GROUND RULES OF THE TOURNAMENT (INTER-REGU COMPETITION) 1. The tournament shall be run in accordance with the Rules of International sepak Takraw Federation (ISTAF) revised Jan. 2011 currently enforce. 2. COMPOSITION OF THE REGU Each Regu (team) shall composed of three (3) players and two (2) reserve , Each match shall be decided on the best of three (3) sets. No players may play in more than one (1) regu. 3. LAWS OF THE GAMES All matches shall be played in conformity with the Rules of the Games. 4. REGISTRATION OF PLAYERS AND COLOR 4.1. Each regu shall be entitled to register not more than four (4) players 4.2. Each participating team is allowed to register only one (1) regu 4.3. All participating Regus shall wear the color of their respecting team. 5. MODE OF COMPETITION 5.1. The Inter-regu/best competition shall be played on a one round knock-out system. 5.2. The draw and fixture shall be the responsibility of the tournament manager. Arrangement will be made to have daily fixture posted on the wall. 5.3. Competitors are requested to report to the official referee and must be on the court and ready to play within five (5) minutes of the scheduled time of the match. 5.4. Five (5) minutes rest will be allowed at the end of the second set in the event of "one set all". The official referee at his declaration shall default the regu who fails to resume the third set after the duration of the time given. 6. PROTEST 6.1. Any protest must be lodged with the Chairman of the Jury of Appeal not later than one (1) hour after the conclusion of the match in question. Protest must be submitted to the Tournament Manager with the signature of the Coach and the Head of the Delegation. 6.2. The Jury of Appeal shall meet and give its decision as soon as possible. The decision of the Jury of Appeal Shall be final and conclusive. 7 . UNFORSEEN EVENTS 7.1. Circumstances that arise which are not provided for in these regulations may be dealt with by the Jury of Appeal.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 GROUND RULES IN SIPA TAKRAW I. GENERAL a. The tournament shall be played in accordance with the rules of Sipa Takraw Elementary ( Local Rules as amended in the last Palarong Pambansa held at Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte). b. Any unforeseen incidents not covered by these Rules shall be dealt with as follows: 1. Cases of general nature shall be resolved in accordance with the General rules set forth by the STCAA Management. 2. Technical questions shall be resolved by the Tournament Manager. c. The Tournament Manager is empowered to disqualify players, coaches, team or even officials if found that he/she or the team intentionally delays the progress of the game. d. Any team found to have committed impersonation or falsification of documents will be disqualified and all games played will be forfeited in favor of the opponent team. The coach concerned will be suspended and barred from coaching Sepak Takraw for the rest of his/her life. e. The DepEd eligibility rules shall be strictly enforced. f. The tournament manager shall manage and take charge of the proper conduct of the games and shall have final decision in all disputes and problems arising from the tournament upon consultation with the Technical Committee.

g. Only official coach is allowed to sit on the bench and to coach his/her team during the game h. Official coach must observe proper decorum. i. Violation of any of these rules will mean forfeiture of the rights of a coach to coach or manage his/her team and demerit of 5 points for the total points earned in the over-all points in Sipa Takraw Elementary. These Sipa Takraw Elementary ground rules will form part of the STCAA meet until such time it was revoked or amended by the STCAA management.

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k. Only coach and his/her players will be allowed to stay in the playing venue provided for them by the management. II. MODE OF COMPETITION A. The Sipa Takraw will be played in Single Round System group into four, A, B, C and D for the elimination round, Top 2 teams in each group will advance to the crossover quarterfinals using the knockout system and the loser of both teams will play for the third and fourth placer and the winner will compete for the championship.

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The participating teams must be on the playing court at least 15 minutes before the schedule of games.

C. The rule of succession shall be applied. III. BREAKING OF TIES A. In case there is a tie, a "win over the other system" shall be applied. B. When there is a triple tie, a "quotient system" will be used. The team with the highest quotient will be the "First", the 2nd highest will get the second place and the 3rd place will be the Third. C. Should there still be a tie after getting the team highest quotient, " a win over the other" will be used to break the tie. IV. REGISTRATION OF PLAYERS A. Each participating division is entitled to register 4 players for the best regu. V. WEARING OF UNIFORMS OR DIVISION COLORS A. Participating teams should wear the color of their respective division assigned to them during the games. B. Players not wearing their proper uniforms during which their team or regu is scheduled to play will not be allowed to play in that match.

VI. WALKOVER/ DEFAULT A. In case any team which failed to play against the opponent team because of default or walkover, the game shall be forfeited in favor of the opponent team. VII. PROTEST A. All protests must be submitted in writing and shall be accompanied by affidavit, witnesses and or evidence to support thereof to be entertained by management duly signed by the team coach and head of delegation. B. C. D. Protest will only be entertained after start of the two (2) games. No more protest will be filed or entertained after the 2nd game of the scheduled game. Protest must be submitted within 1 hour after the game. Protest shall be resolved judiciously by the Technical Committee headed by the Tournament Manager.

VIII. EQUIPMENT The ball and net to be used in the competition shall be in accordance with the specification approved by the STCAA Management. IX. APPOINTMENT The tournament manager with the assistance of the official referee shall be the one responsible for the appointment of registered DepEd Accredited Referees for all the matches. X. UNFORSEEN EVENTS The decision of the official referee on any question of the Law of the Game of Sipa Takraw during the tournament shall be final. All matters not provided for in these rules shall be dealt with by the Technical Committee.

GROUND RULES IN DOUBLE TAKRAW ELEMENTARY I. GENERAL a. The tournament shall be played in accordance with the rules of the International Sepak takraw Federation (ISTAF) currently enforced. b. Any unforeseen incidents not covered by these Rules shall be dealt with as follows: 1. Cases of general nature shall be resolved in accordance with the General rules set forth by the STCAA Management. 2. Technical questions shall be resolved by the Tournament Manager. 3. The Tournament Manager is empowered to disqualify players, coaches, team or even officials if found that he/she or the team intentionally delays the progress of the game. 4. Any team found to have committed impersonation or falsification of documents will be disqualified and all games played will be forfeited in favor of the opponent team. The coach concerned will be suspended and barred from coaching Sepak Takraw for the rest of his/her life. 5. The DepEd eligibility rules shall be strictly enforced. 6. The tournament manager shall manage and take charge of the proper conduct of the games and shall have final decision in all disputes and problems arising from the tournament upon consultation with the Technical Committee. 7. Only official coach is allowed to sit on the bench and to coach his/her team during the game. 8. Official coach must observe proper decorum. 9. Violation of any of these rules will mean forfeiture of the rights of a coach to coach or manage his/her team and a deduction on the overall points for the general championship of 5 demerits for the points earned. 10. These Double Takraw Elementary ground rules will form part of the STCAA meet until such time they are revoked or amended by the STCAA management. 11. Only coach and his/her players will be allowed to stay in the playing venue provided for them by the management. II. MODE OF COMPETITION a. The Double Takraw will be played in a knock out system. b. The participating teams must be on the playing court at least 15 minutes before the schedule of games.

c. The rule of succession shall be applied.

III. REGISTRATION OF PLAYERS a. Each participating division is entitled to register 4 players for the double takraw. IV. WEARING OF UNIFORMS OR DIVISION COLORS a. Participating teams should wear the color of their respective division assigned to them during the games. b. Players not wearing their proper uniforms during which their team is scheduled to play will not be allowed to play in that match. V. WALKOVER/ DEFAULT a. In case any team fails to play against the opponent team because of default or walkover, the game shall be forfeited in favor of the opponent team. VI. PROTEST a. All protests must be submitted in writing and shall be accompanied by affidavit, witnesses and or evidence to support thereof to be entertained by management duly signed by the team coach and head of delegation. b. Protest will only be entertained after start of the two (2) games. No more protest will be filed or entertained after the 2nd game of the scheduled game. c. Protest must be submitted within 1 hour after the game. d. Protest shall be resolved judiciously by the Technical Committee headed by the Tournament Manager. VII. EQUIPMENT The ball and net to be used in the competition shall be in accordance with the specification approved by the STCAA Management. VII. APPOINTMENT The tournament manager with the assistance of the official referee shall be the one responsible for the appointment of registered DepEd Accredited Referees for all the matches. IX. UNFORSEEN EVENTS The decision of the official referee on any question of the Law of the Game of Double Takraw during the tournament shall be final. All matters not provided for in these rules shall be dealt with the Technical Committee.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 SOFTBALL GROUND RULES 1. The Elementary / Secondary Softball will be played in a SINGLE ROUND ROBIN ELIMINATION. Two brackets in each division. a. It shall be played in ( 5 ) five innings observing the seven ( 7 ) run rule regulation game starting in the third ( 3rd ) inning. We will only terminate the game ahead of the scheduled five ( 5 ) innings if one of the teams concede. Top 2 teams in each bracket will play for cross over semi final round. b. The seven ( 7 ) run rule in every inning and the ten ( 10 ) run rule regulation game will not be applicable anymore in the PLACEMENT ROUND. c. The BREAKING RULE shall be observed. d. If there is tie in standing between bracket A & B points system will apply. 2. The pitching distance in the elementary is 40 feet, while 43 feet in secondary division. The pitcher will be ejected from the pitching position if she accidentally hit three ( 3 ) batters in an inning or five batters in a game. 3. It is mandatory on the part of the catcher to wear mask with throat protector , body protector and leg protector and also, on the part of the batters and base runners to wear batting and running helmets. 4. A default will be declared to a team only after a grace period of fifteen ( 15 ) minutes has lapsed. a. A fixed scheduled time will be given first game in the morning 7 : 00 am, and in the afternoon 2 : 00 pm. b. The following games shall start 15 minutes after the conclusion of a previous game. The " LAW OF SUCCESSION " will be observed. c. If there will be a defaulted game a grace period of one ( 1 ) hour for the next game will be applied. 5. Rules pertaining to the "INTENTIONAL WALK "will now be used. 6. Coaches and team chaperons shall wear uniforms when coaching behind the lines. 7. Only fourteen ( 14 ) persons per team ( 1 coach, 1 chaperon and twelve ( 12 ) players ) shall sit on the assigned bench 8. PROTESTS : a. A protest based on the judgement /s of the umpire shall not be accepted; b. Protest/s based on the misinterpretation of the rules, failure of the umpire/s to impose the right penalty to a given situation, eligibility of the players, shall be entertained only if the protest paper is duly signed by the head of the delegation concerned.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 SWIMMING GROUND RULES 1. COMPETITION RULES 1.1. FINA rules will be applied. Ground rules which have been agreed upon shall be implemented. . 1.2. One start rule. 1.3. Competition will be in timed / finals format. 1.4. Each swimmer is allowed to swim five (5) individual events and two (2) relay events. 1.5. Each delegation is allowed to enter two (2) swimmers per individual event and one (1) relay team in the relay events. 1.6. A swimmer who fails to swim an event will not be allowed to swim his succeeding events for that session unless otherwise that swimmer submits a medical report from the STCAA Official Medical Physician. 1.7. Only athletes, coaches and Delegation Officials will be allowed at areas designated for delegates. 2. RELAY ENTRY 2.1. Relay team entries and names of swimmers in order of swim (including two (2) alternates) must be submitted in the master list of entries. 2.2. Indicate order of swim by numbering swimmers (1-6) in the official entry form. 2.3. Relay swimmers who swam in the trials will be the same swimmers who will swim in the finals. 3. PROTEST 3.1. All protests must be submitted to the referee in writing within thirty (30) minutes after the posting of the results by the official team coach only. 4. TIMING 4.1. Official manual time of a swimmer shall be determined as follows: 4.1.1. In case that the time of the first swimmer is higher than the time of the second swimmer, average time of swimmers involved shall be the official time of both swimmers. 4.1.2. Official placing will be decided by the judge of finish based on facts and a referee's decision (RD) will be indicated at the official results. 5. TEAM COMPOSITION 5.1. Number of swimmers per delegation will be as follows: Elementary ­ 10 Male and 10 Female Secondary ­ 10 Male and 10 Female 6. SUBMISSION OF ENTRIES 6.1. All entries must be on official entry forms. 6.2. Submission of entries must indicate the latest best time of each swimmer in each event for seeding purposes and lane assignments. 6.3. Entries must be submitted on FEBRUARY 18, 2012 at RECS swimming pool, Sta. Cruz, Laguna. 7. Coaches meeting will be held thirty minutes before the start of the competition.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 TAEKWONDO COMPETITION GROUND RULES I. KYORUGI (Sparring ) EVENT

A. CATEGORY FOR ELEMENTARY BOYS AND GIRLS 1. ELEMENTARY BOYS and GIRLS Height Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 Group6 120cm to 128 cm Over 128 cm to 136 cm Over 136 cm to 144 cm Over 144 cm to 152 cm Over152 cm to 160 cm Over160 cm to 168 cm Birthdate On or after January 1, 2000 On or after January 1, 2000 On or after January 1, 1999 On or after January 1, 1999 On or after January 1, 1999 On or after January 1, 1999

B. CATEGORIES FOR SECONDARY BOYS AND GIRLS 1. SECONDARY BOYS (Born on or after January 1, 1994) Finweight Flyweight Bantanweight Featherweight Lightweight Welterweight Not exceeding 45 kg. Over 45 kg & not exceeding 48 kg Over 48 kg & not exceeding 51 kg Over 51 kg & not exceeding 55 kg Over 55 kg & not exceeding 59 kg Over 59 kg & not exceeding 63 kg

2. SECONDARY GIRLS (Born on or after January 1, 1994 Finweight Flyweight Bantanweight Featherweight Lightweight Welterweight Not exceeding 42 kg. Over 42 kg & not exceeding 44 kg Over 44 kg & not exceeding 46 kg Over 46 kg & not exceeding 49 kg Over 49 kg & not exceeding 52 kg Over 52 kg & not exceeding 55 kg

C. KYORUGI COMPETITION GROUND RULES: 1. Method of Competition: The Competition shall be individual, single elimination. 2. No of Competitors: Each delegation may field only one competitor in each of the categories. 3. Length of Matches: Matches shall be 2 rounds of 1.5 (ELEMENTARY) 2 minutes (SECONDARY) per round with 1 minute rest between rounds. 4. Weight-In: Weight-in shall be conducted one day prior to the competition. A preliminary weigh-in shall be allowed before the official and final weigh-in. 5. Coaches: Only one coach per player shall be allowed in the coach's chair during the matches.

6. Competition Codes of Conduct: The Taekwondo Competition Codes of Conduct shall be strictly enforced. 7. Year 2010 Resolutions: Resolutions made by the PTA Kyorugi Tournament Referee Resolutions during the 2011 conference on the interpretation of the competition rules shall be enforced. 8. Competition Rules: For all other matters not provided for in these ground rules, the current WTF Kyorugi Competition Rules and Interpretation and the Palarong Pambansa guidelines shall apply. 9. Competition Uniform: Competitors shall wear the prescribed Taekwondo V-neck uniform (dobuk) during the competition. NOTE: Use of the "PHILIPPINES" print on the uniform is reserved for members of the National Taekwondo Team and for those who have represented the country in international competitions. Otherwise, such usage is strictly prohibited.

10. Competition Equipment: Only brands approved by the PTA and/or WTF shall be approved for use. The contestants shall wear complete protectors during the match (head protector, body protector, arm & shin guards, groin guard, hand gloves and mouth guard)). 11. Mouth Guard: The use of the mouth guard shall be required. For the children's division, the mouth guard shall be required foe height of 128 cm. (Group 2) and taller. 12. Coaches' Attire: Coaches shall wear their delegation uniform during the competition . Shorts and slippers are not allowed. 13. Member of national team training pool who received monthly stipend and TBB/TBS are not allowed to complete.

D. AWARDS FOR THE KYORUGI EVENT 1. Winning contestants in the individual Kyorugi categories shall be awarded the following medals: First Place Second Place 2 Third Places Gold Medal (7 points) Silver Medal (3 points) Bronze Medal (1 point)

II.

POOMSAE (Forms) EVENT Contestants in the Poomsae (Forms) Event shall be taken from the contestants in the Kyorugi (Sparring) Event.

A. CATEGORIES FOR ELEMENTARY BOYS AND GIRLS 1. INDIVIDUAL POOMSAE EVENT a. Elementary Boys Group A ­ one contestant selected from Group 1 to Group 3 of the sparring competition. b. Elementary Boys Group B ­ one contestant selected from Group 4 to Group 6 of the sparring competition. c. Elementary Girls Group A ­ one contestant selected from Group 1 to Group 3 of the sparring competition. d. Elementary Girls Group B ­ one contestant selected from Group 4 to Group 6 of the sparring competition. 2. TEAM POOMSAE EVENT a. Boys Team ­ composed of 3 contestants selected from Group 1 to Group 6 of the sparring competition. b. Elementary Girls Team ­ composed of 3 contestants selected from Group 1 to Group 6 of the sparring competition. B. CATEGORIES FOR SECONDARY BOYS AND GIRLS 1. INDIVIDUAL POOMSAE EVENT a. Secondary Boys Group A - one contestant selected from Finweight to Bantamweight of the sparring competition. b. Secondary Boys Group B - one contestant selected from Featherweight to Welterweight of the sparring competition. c. Secondary Girls Group A - one contestant selected from Finweight to Bantamweight of the sparring competition. d. Secondary Girls Group B - one contestant selected from Featherweight to Welterweight of the sparring competition. C. TABLE OF REQUIRED POOMSAE TO BE PERFORMED PER CATEGORY CATEGORY Elementary Boys Individual: Group A & B Elementary Girls Individual: Group A & B Elementary Boys Team Elementary Girls Team Secondary Boys Individual: Group A&B Secondary Girls Individual: Group A&B Secondary Boys Team Secondary Girls Team ELIMINATIONS Taegeuk 6 Taegeuk 6 Taegeuk 6 Taegeuk 6 Taegeuk 7 Taegeuk 7 Taegeuk 7 Taegeuk 7 SEMI-FINALS Taegeuk 7 Taegeuk 7 Taegeuk 7 Taegeuk 7 Taegeuk 8 Taegeuk 8 Taegeuk 8 Taegeuk 8 FINALS Taegeuk 8 Taegeuk 8 Taegeuk 8 Taegeuk 8 Koryo Koryo Koryo Koryo

D. POOMSAE COMPETITION GROUND RULES 1. Method of competition: The cut-off system shall be applied in this competition. It shall comprise of the following stages: a. Eliminations: Contestants shall perform the required poomsae for the elimination round and 8 contestants shall be selected for the semi-final round based on their point rankings. b. Semi-final: Contestants shall perform the required poomsae for the semi-final round and 4 contestants shall be selected for the final round based on their point rankings. c. Final: Contestants shall perform the required poomsae for the final round and they shall be awarded based on their point rankings. 2. Duration of Contest: The time limit for the performance of the required Poomsae in all events (Individual and Team) shall be 1 minute and 30 seconds 3. Competition Codes of conduct: The PTA Competition Codes of Conducts shall be strictly enforced. 4. Uniform: The contestants shall use only the approved Taekwondo uniform (dobuk) with PTA or WTF approved seal. 5. Competition Rules: For all other matters not provided in these competition ground rules, the current WTF Poomsae Competition Rules &Interpretation and the Palarong Pambansa Guidelines shall apply. E. AWARDS FOR THE POOMSAE EVENT 1. Individual Poomsae: Winning contestants in the individual Poomsae categories shall be awarded the following medals and points: First Place Second Place Third Places Fourth Place Fifth Place Sixth Place NA Gold Medal (7 points) Silver Medal (5 points) Bronze Medal (4 points) NA (3 points) NA (2 points) (1 points)

2. Team Poomsae: Winning contestants in the Team Poomsae categories shall be awarded the following medals and points: First Place Second Place Third Places Fourth Place Fifth Place Sixth Place NA Gold Medal (10 points) Silver Medal (8 points) Bronze Medal (6 points) NA (3 points) NA (2 points) (1 points)

Note: The winner in kyorugi will be the player for Palarong Pambansa 2012

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT FORMAT AND GROUND RULES I. Events: 1. Team Event 2. Individual Event II. Entries: 1. Four (4) boys and four (4) girls ­ both in elementary and secondary levels. III. Tournament Format 1. TEAM EVENT: Best of five Matches: Two Singles-One Doubles-Two Reverse Singles First Match 1st Singles A vs W nd Second Match 2 Singles B vs X Third Match DOUBLES C&D vs Y&Z Fourth Match 3rd Singles A vs X Fifth Match 4th Singles B vs W 2. INDIVIDUAL EVENT: a. Best of two (2) players of each region shall be grouped into two: Singles A players and Singles B players b. A group is composed of three (3) divisions but the last 2 group is four (4) c. Coaches will choose their two (2) players who will play in the individual Event. IV. Top Team in each group in the team Event in a round robin format will advance to a single elimination final. The top two teams after the single elimination final will play for the best of seven games format while the third and fourth teams for the third and fourth places. The fifth and six placers will be based on their sum of the games won. V. In the Individual Event, top player in each group after the group elimination round robin will advance to a final single elimination best of five (5) games. The top two players will play in a best of five (5) games for the SINGLES A-B Category. However, the Over-all Champion in the individual event will be determined from the result of the match between the winning players in the two categories which will be played in the best of seven (7) games format. The second placers in both categories during their semi-finals game will automatically be the third placers. VI. RANKING: The results of the STCAA 2011 Lucena City for all levels and genders shall be the basis in the ranking and seeding of team/players. VII. The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTIF) rules and regulations shall govern the conduct of the competition. Ground rules will be made in the consultation with the coaches. VIII. SELECTION OF PLAYERS AND COACHES a. Top 2 players in the Individual Event and the champion in the Team Event doubles category will represent REGION IV-A in the 2012 PALARONG PAMBANSA. b. In the selection of coaches, the conditions below will take effect accordingly. · Most number of players who qualifies for the PALARONG PAMBANSA

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Total number of points earned from the individual and team events. The knowledge and attitude of the coach.

Basis of points for Team Event and Individual Event will follow the point system furnished by the Regional Office. Individual Event Team Event General 7­3­1 14 ­ 6 ­ 2 15 ­ 10 ­ 7 ­ 4 ­ 3 ­ 2

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 TENNIS TOURNAMENT GROUND RULES The 2012 STCAA Tennis Tournament shall abide by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Rules of Tennis . The following Ground Rules are hereby formulated to be strictly implemented. 1. Tournament Format 1.1 Singles Competition and Doubles Competition shall constitute the Tournament 1.2 Single Elimination shall govern the conduct of Singles Competition. 1.3 Double Elimination shall govern the conduct of Doubles Competition. 1.4 Pairing of teams shall be done by "draw lots". (seeding shall be applied based on the result of previous STCAA results). 1.5 All matches shall be played in one (1) set, 8 ­ game Pro-set. A player or team who scores eight (8) win the set and match provided he wins by majority of two (2) games. If a set score is tied at 8 ­ 8 all, it shall be broken by a "Tie ­ Break". If still a tie ­ break score is tied at 6 ­ 6 all, deciding point ­ receives choice shall follow (singles and double). 1.6 There shall be no advantage score. At 40 ­ 40 all deciding point - receivers choice shall follow (singles and doubles_ to determine the winner of the game set. 2. Number of Entries 2.1 Each province/city is entitled to two (2) entries competition and one (1) entry in doubles competition. 2.2 Entries in singles are not allowed to play in doubles --- vise versa 3. Schedule of Games 3.1 All morning and afternoon matches shall be played based on availability of court, but not before the designated time. (Please see Daily Order of Play) 3.2 A player/team shall play a maximum of 3 matches a day. As such, all succeeding matches scheduled for the day shall be adjusted accordingly. 3.3 A thirty (30) minutes break/rest period shall be given to team that will play two (2) consecutive matches. 3.4 In case of play ­ off, games shall be played after one (1) hour rest. However, if exigencies dictate, the management reserves the right to order the start of the play- off game after thirty (30) minutes. 4. Court Discipline 4.1 Infraction of the rules of behavior, unsportsmanship conduct, ball and racket abuse shall be penalized. A three-stage Point Penalty schedule shall operate throughout the tennis tournament. (Warning-Point Penalty-Default) 4.2 Improper behavior by the coach and players who in anger throws objects inside the court, hits, kicks balls and racket, uses audible profanity, obscene gestures, directed to game officials are liable to disciplinary sanctions.

5. Unfinished Games 5.1 In case of inclement weather or fortuitous event, all postponed games shall be rescheduled and in any case of any postponement, the previous score and occupancy of courts shall hold good. 6. Protest 6.1 Protests on technicalities shall be in writing and be submitted to the tournament manager within one (1) hour after the conclusion of the game under protest and must be signed by the coach and PESS Supervisor. 7. Code of Conduct 7.1 It shall be the responsibility of the coach and players to know the schedule of his/her games. 7.2 Players who present themselves in acceptable tennis attire aside from the official color of teams shall be accepted. 7.3 Coaches and players must present their ID cards to the table officials for proper identifications before the game starts. Failure to do so may cause forfeiture. 7.4 A player/team must be ready to play when called. A player/team not ready to play within fifteen (15) minutes is liable for default. 7.5 Official timer of the match is the Chair Umpire. 7.6 Players and coaches shall always conduct themselves in a manner which will reflect favorably upon the game of tennis and themselves as true gentleman. 8. Change and Modifications 8.1 All coaches will be notified on any changes on game schedule and amendments of the aforementioned ground rules.

2012 STCAA MEET February 19-25, 2012 VOLLEYBALL TECHNICAL GUIDELINES, RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. GENERAL 1.1 This volleyball competition shall be held in accordance with the rules of the International Volleyball Federation (IVBF) 2009-2012 Edition. 1.2 In case of any dispute on the text, the English version of the latest IVBF Rules shall prevail. 1.3 Unforeseen incident not covered by the rules shall be dealt with as follows: 1.3.1 Cases of general nature will be resolved in accordance with the guidelines of PALARONG PANGREHIYON. 1.3.2 Technical question will be resolved in accordance with the Technical Guidelines, Rules and Regulations of Volleyball. 1.3.3 Question on eligibility will be resolved in accordance with the Screening and Eligibility guidelines of DepEd. 2. SPECIFIC RULES 2.1 PARTICIPANTS The STCAA Volleyball Championship shall be participated in by Elementary and High School Boys and Girls team representing one team per division. 2.2 ELIGIBILITY OF PLAYERS The STCAA Eligibility Rules shall be followed in elementary and secondary levels. 2.3 ENTRIES AND TEAM INFORMATION Each division is entitled to send entries in two divisions, Elementary Boys and Girls and High School Boys and Girls. Coaches and team captains of the teams in both divisions are obliged to attend the Sports Solidarity Meeting or General Technical Meeting of Coaches and Officials. Failure to attend waives its right to file neither protest nor complaint against any matter discussed and agreed on during the meeting. It is also in this meeting that all participating team coaches of each division must: 2.3.1.1 attend the "preliminary inquiry" and submit for inspection the team captains' uniform, and that of the LIBERO; 2.3.1.2 be furnished with a copy of the complete schedule of games in all levels from the first to the last day of the STCAA meet. The Championship match for elementary boys and girls shall follow the 2-out-of-3 sets. In the 3rd or final set, teams change sides of the court at score 13 and a team which scores 25 points or with a minimum lead of two points wins the set. The championship match for Boys &Girls, secondary level, shall be played on a 3out-of-5 sets. Should there be fifth set, teams change sides of the court at score of 8 and the team which scores 15 points or with a minimum lead of two points wins the set. 2.4 CONDUCT OF THE COMPETITION 2.4.1 The Rule of Succession in scheduling games in all levels shall apply. Hence, teams shall be within the court vicinity forty five (45) minutes to one (1) hour ahead of their scheduled time of play. Fifteen minutes prior to the match, the

First and the Second Referee will conduct the toss coin and the other game proceedings. Games shall start as scheduled. 2.5 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES, BALLS AND UNIFORM 2.5.1. RULE The competition shall be played in accordance with the FIVB Rules 2009-2012 edition of the games . All necessary interpretations will be made before the competition, i.e. during the General Technical Meeting of Coaches and Referees. A team must officially register and declare 2 LIBEROs prior to its First Game or during the Technical Meeting of Coaches and Referees. (Rule: 19.1.1) 2.5.2. THE LIBERO The 1st LIBERO shall be the acting LIBERO, while the 2nd LIBERO shall be the reserved LIBERO. The coach has the option to field in any of the LIBEROS. Replacement of the LIBERO shall be made only once in the entire match. (Rule: 19.1.3) 2.5.3 COACHES AND TEAM OFFICIALS' UNIFORM The officials on the player's bench must wear polo shirt or T-shirt with collar. Team officials who are in short pants and/or in slippers will not be allowed to sit on the player's bench during the match. 2.5.4. REGISTERED TEAM OFFICIALS Only the team coach's, girls chaperon and twelve players are permitted to sit on the bench during the match and to participate in the warm-up session. Teams without registered team officials before the start of their scheduled game will lose their game as default. "No Coach, No Play Rule" shall apply. 2.6 VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT FORMAT The STCAA shall adopt the Single Round Robin, Cross-over and Knock-out system of competition in all levels/divisions. GROUPING PROCEDURE The 14 and 15 teams will be divided into four groups, A, B, C, & D. For 14 teams,two groups will have four teams each and two groups will have three (3) teams. For 15 teams, three groups will have four teams and one group will have 3 teams. Results on the previous regional meet will determine the grouping of teams. Team in each group shall play single round robin and shall be ranked accordingly.

2.7.1

ELEMENTARY BOYS Group "A" A - Calamba City B - Batangas City C - Rizal D - Lucena City Group "B" Group "C" Group "D" A - Batangas A - Laguna A - Lipa City B - Cavite B - Tanauan City B - Quezon C - Sta. Rosa City C - San Pablo City C - Dasmarias City D - Antipolo City

ELEMENTARY GIRLS Group "A" A - Lipa City B - San Pablo City C - Cavite D - Batangas City Group "B" A - Laguna B - Tanauan City C - Antipolo City Group "C" A - Quezon B - Sta. Rosa City C - Dasmarias City Group "D" A - Rizal B - Batangas C - Lucena City

SECONDARY BOYS Group "A" Group "B" Group "C" Group "D" A - Laguna A - Rizal A - Antipolo City A - Cavite B - Lucena City B - Quezon B - Batangas B - Sta. Rosa City C - Dasmarias City C ­ Lipa City C ­ Calamba City C ­Tanauan City D - Batangas City D ­ San Pablo City SECONDARY GIRLS Group "A" A - Quezon B - Calamba City C - Dasmarias City D ­ San Pablo City Group "B" A - Batangas B ­ Batangas City C ­ Cavite D - Lucena City Group "C" A - Laguna B ­ Antipolo City C ­ Sta. Rosa City Group "D" A ­ Lipa City B - Rizal C - Tanauan City

Top two teams in Group A & C and in Group B & D will advance to the quarter finals and play on a cross-over system. Respective winners will advance to the Semi-Finals. Losers will play for consolation round (Optional) on a cross-over but in a knock out game. Loser from the Semi-Finals will play for 3rd and 4th Places respectively; the Winners will play for the Championship (1st and 2nd Place) Quarter Finals (4 Games) QF1 QF1 QF2 QF2 A1 A2 B1 B2 _________ vs. _________ vs. _________ vs. _________ vs. C2 C1 D2 D1 _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

Consolation Games Loser QF1 ________ vs. LoserQF3 ________ Optional (If times warrants to play) Loser QF2 ________ vs. LoserQF4 ________ Semi-Finals (2 Games) Winner QF1 Winner QF2 ________ vs. Winner QF3 ________ vs. Winner QF4 _________ _________

Finals (2 Games)

Loser SF1 Winner SF1

________ vs. Loser SF2 ________ vs. Winner SF2

__________ _________

2.8 CLASSIFICATION OF TEAMS 2.8.1. The following points shall be taken into account to decide the ranking: Match Won Match Lost Match forfeited/defaulted/withdrawn -2 points -1 points -0 points

2.8.2. Should there be tie or ties, the Point Ratio System shall determine the ranking of teams In case of equality in the number of points gained by two or more teams, the tie will be broken by the Points Ratio Of All Points Scored For in all preliminary round robin matches divided by the Total Of All Points Scored Against in all preliminary round robin matches, i.e. _Total of All Points Scored For____ Point Ratio = Total of All Points Scored Against Should tie still exist, further procedure of Point Ratio System shall apply 2.9 PROTEST/COMPLAINTS: Protest on eligibility shall be addressed to the Eligibility/Screening Committee. Protest on technicality shall be resolved within the authority of the Tournament Manager. Protest shall be resolved within 24 hours. To avoid nuisance protest, a protest must be presented in writing 30 minutes immediately after the game in question duly signed by the team captain and coach, accompanied by evidence / documents of proof. Failure to do so would mean non-interest on the part of the protesting party to pursue the case, hence, the protest will be dismissed. 2.9.1. DEFAULT: A team that does not appear fifteen (15) minutes after the scheduled time of their game shall be declared in default in favor of the opposing team. 2.9.2. DEFAULT/FORFEITURE/WALK-OUT: A team that declares its game in default, voluntary forfeiture and/or walk out before or during the match shall be given ZERO points. Chances are it might entail exclusion from the next qualifying/ranking round. The rule applies starting from the preliminary up to the championship round. All matches previously played will be declared forfeited: 0-3 (0-25, 025, 0-25).

ARCHERY TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE DAY/DATE Day 1 MONDAY 7:30 am ­ 7:45 am 7:45 am ­ 8:00 am 8:00 am ­ 8:20 am 8:30 am ­ 11:00 am 9:00 am ­ 11:00 am 2:30 pm ­ 5:00 pm 3:00 pm ­ 5:00 pm TIME EVENTS Official Practice Day Assembly of Delegation Teams by Division Parade of Delegation Teams Opening Ceremony Practice at 60, 50, 40, 30 meters - Girls Equipment Inspection ­ Girls (by division) Practice at 60, 50, 40, 30 meters - Boys Equipment Inspection ­ Boys ((by division)

Day 2 TUESDAY 6:30 am ­ 7:15 am 7:30 am ­ 10:00 am 1:45 pm ­ 2:30 pm 2:45 pm ­ 5:15 pm

Qualification Round (Long Distances) Warm-up at 60 meters - Girls 36 arrows at 60 meters - Girls 36 arrows at 50 meters ­ Girls Warm-up at 60 meters ­ Boys 36 arrows at 60 meters ­ Boys 36 arrows at 50 meters ­ Boys

Day 3 WEDNESDAY

Qualification Round (Short Distances) 6:30 am ­ 7:15 am Warm-up at 40 meters - Girls 7:30 am ­ 10:00 am 36 arrows at 40 meters - Girls 36 arrows at 30 meters ­ Girls 1:45 pm ­ 2:30 pm 2:45 pm ­ 5:15 pm Warm-up at 40 meters ­ Boys 36 arrows at 40 meters ­ Boys 36 arrows at 30 meters ­ Boys Individual Olympic Round ­ Girls Warm-up at 50 meters ­Olympic Round ­ Girls 1/16th Eliminations - Girls 1/8th Eliminations ­ Girls ¼-Finals ­ Girls Semi-finals ­ Girls Bronze Medal Match ­ Girls Gold Medal Match ­ Girls Warm-up at 50 meters ­Olympic Round ­Boys 1/16th Eliminations - Boys 1/8th Eliminations ­ Boys ¼-Finals ­ Boys Semi-finals ­ Boys

Day 4 THURSDAY 6:30 am ­ 7:30 am ­ 7:55 am ­ 8:20 am ­ 8:45 am ­ 9:10 am ­ 9:30 am ­ 1:30 pm ­ 2:30 pm ­ 2:55 pm ­ 3:20 pm ­ 3:45 pm ­ 7:15 am 7:45 am 8:10 am 8:35 am 9:00 am 9:20 am 9:45 am 2:15 pm 2:45 pm 3:10 pm 3:35 pm 4:00 pm

4:10 pm ­ 4:20 pm 4:30 pm ­ 4:45 pm Day 5 FRIDAY 6:45 am ­ 7:30 am 7:45 am ­ 8:30 am 8:45 am ­ 9:00 am 9:15 am ­ 9:30 am 10:00 am ­ 11:00 am

Bronze Medal Match ­ Boys Gold Medal Match ­ Boys Team Olympic Round ­ Girls & Boys Warm-up at 50 meters ­ Team Event ­ G & B Elim. and Finals Rounds ­Team Event Girls Elim. and Finals Rounds ­Team Event Boys Medal Matches ­ Girls & Boys Medal Ceremonies

SELECTION OF ATHLETES, COACHES AND CHAPERONS Top 4 athletes garnered the most number of accumulated points from all events will be selected to represent STCAA to PALARONG PAMBANSA. COACH of the top ranked athlete will be the delegation coach for PALARONG PAMBANSA; CHAPERON will be selected from the coaches of the 2nd rank athlete.

2012 Southern Tagalog CALABARZON Athletic Association Meet (STCAA) Meet February 19-25, 2012

Schedule of Events in Athletics

Day Time 6:00am Event No. 1 2 3 4 7:00am 5 6 7 8:00am 8 9 10 11 12 13 Event Shot Put Shot Put High Jump High Jump 1500m 1500m 1500m 1500m 100m 100m 100m 100m 100m 100m 400m 400m 400m 400m 400m 400m Shot Put Shot Put High Jump High Jump 100m Hurdles 100m Hurdles 110m Hurdles 110m Hurdles Category Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls ALS Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys ALS Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls ALS Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys ALS Boys Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Round Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Time Trial Time Trial Final Time Trial Time Trial Final Time Trial Time Trial Final Time Trial Time Trial Final Final Final Final Final Time Trial Time Trial Time Trial Time Trial

Day 1

3:00pm

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

4:00pm

Day

Time 6:00 am

Event No. 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62

Event Discus Throw Discus Throw Long Jump Long Jump 100m Hurdles 100m Hurdles 110m Hurdles 110m Hurdles 800m 800m 800m 800m 200m 200m 200m 200m 200m 200m 100m 100m 100m 100m 4 x 100m Relay 4 x 100m Relay Discus Throw Discus Throw Long Jump Long Jump 400m Hurdles 400m Hurdles 400m Hurdles 400m Hurdles 3000m 5000m

Category Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls ALS Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys ALS Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys ALS Girls ALS Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Sec Girls Sec Boys

Round Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Time Trial Time Trial Time Trial Time Trial Time Trial Time Trial Final Time Trial Time Trial Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Time Trial Time Trial Time Trial Time Trial Final Final

7:00 am

8:00 am

9:00 am

Day 2

3:00 pm

3:30 pm

4:00 pm

Day

Time 6:00 am

7:00 am

8:00 am

Day 3

3:00 pm

Event No. 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103

4:00 pm 7:00 am

8:30 am

Day 4

3:00 pm

Event Triple Jump Triple Jump Javelin Throw Javelin Throw 400m Hurdles 400m Hurdles 400m Hurdles 400m Hurdles 200m 200m 200m 200m 800m 800m 800m 800m Triple Jump Triple Jump Javelin Throw Javelin Throw 400m 400m 400m 400m 3000m Steeplechase 4 x 100m Relay 4 x 100m Relay 4 x 100m Relay 4 x 100m Relay 4 x 400m Relay 4 x 400m Relay 4 x 400m Relay 4 x 400m Relay 4 x 100m Relay 4 x 100m Relay 4 x 100m Relay 4 x 100m Relay 4 x 400m Relay 4 x 400m Relay 4 x 400m Relay 4 x 400m Relay

Category Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys Elem Girls Sec Girls Elem Boys Sec Boys

Round Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Time Trial Time Trial Time Trial Time Trial Time Trial Time Trial Time Trial Time Trial Final Final Final Final Final Final Final Final

BADMINTON SCHEDULE OF MATCHES TEAM TIES

DATE TIME 7:15 8:00 9:00 DAY 1 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 DATE TIME BTT-SEC-01 BTT-SEC-04 BTT-SEC-07 BTT-SEC-09 COURT 1 BTT-ELEM12 BTT-ELEM14 BS-ELEM-01 BS-ELEM-04 BS-ELEM-07 BS-ELEM-10 BS-ELEM-13 BS-SEC-01 BS-SEC-04 BS-SEC-07 BS-SEC-10 BS-SEC-13 BS-SEC-16 BS-SEC-17 BS-SEC-20 BS-SEC-22 BTT-SEC-02 BTT-SEC-05 BTT-SEC-08 BTT-SEC-10 COURT 2 BTT-ELEM13 GTT-ELEM14 BS-ELEM-02 BS-ELEM-05 BS-ELEM-08 BS-ELEM-11 BS-ELEM-14 BS-SEC-02 BS-SEC-05 BS-SEC-08 BS-SEC-11 BS-SEC-14 BD-SEC-201 BS-SEC-18 BTT-ELEM01 BTT-ELEM04 BTT-ELEM07 BTT-ELEM09 BTT-ELEM02 BTT-ELEM05 BTT-ELEM08 BTT-ELEM10 COURT 1 COURT 2 COURT 3 COURT 4 COURT 5 GTT-ELEM02 GTT-ELEM05 GTT-ELEM10 GTT-SEC02 GTT-SEC05 GTT-SEC10 COURT 5 COURT 6 GTT-ELEM03 GTT-ELEM06 GTT-ELEM11 GTT-SEC03 GTT-SEC06 GTT-SEC11 COURT 6

OPENING PROGRAM BTT-ELEMGTT-ELEM03 01 BTT-ELEMGTT-ELEM06 04 GTT-ELEMGTT-ELEM07 08 BTT-ELEMGTT-ELEM11 09 LUNCHBREAK BTT-SEC-03 BTT-SEC-06 GTT-SEC07 BTT-SEC-11 COURT 3 GTT-SEC01 GTT-SEC04 GTT-SEC08 GTT-SEC09 COURT 4

8:00

Semi-FINALS GTT-ELEMGTT-ELEM12 13 FINALS

9:00 10:00 10:25 10:50 11:15 11:40 1:00 DAY 2 1:25 1:50 2:00 2:25 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

BTT-SEC-14 BS-ELEM-03 BS-ELEM-06 BS-ELEM-09 BS-ELEM-12 BS-ELEM-15 BS-SEC-03 BS-SEC-06 BS-SEC-09 BS-SEC-12 BS-SEC-15 BD-SEC-202 BS-SEC-19 BS-SEC-21 BS-SEC-23

GTT-SEC-14 GS-ELEM-01 GS-ELEM-04 GS-ELEM-07 GS-ELEM-10 GS-ELEM-13 GS-SEC01 GS-SEC04 GS-SEC07 GS-SEC10 GS-SEC13 GS-SEC16 GS-SEC-17 GS-SEC-20 GS-SEC-22 GS-ELEM-02 GS-ELEM-05 GS-ELEM-08 GS-ELEM-11 GS-ELEM-14 GS-SEC02 GS-SEC05 GS-SEC08 GS-SEC11 GS-SEC14 GD-SEC-201 GS-SEC18 GS-ELEM-03 GS-ELEM-06 GS-ELEM-09 GS-ELEM-12 GS-ELEM-15 GS-SEC03 GS-SEC06 GS-SEC09 GS-SEC12 GS-SEC15 GD-SEC-202 GS-SEC-19 GS-SEC-21 GS-SEC-23

LUNCHBREAK

NOTE: Court assignment may not be followed, next available court will be applied. LEGEND: BS - Boys Singles; GS - Girls Singles; BD - Boys Doubles; GD - Girls Doubles; XD- Mixed Doubles; BTT ­ Boys Team Tie; GTT ­ Girls Team Tie

DATE

TIME 8:00 8:25 8:50 9:15 9:40 10:05 10:30 10:55 11:20

COURT 1 BS-ELEM16 BS-ELEM19 BS-ELEM20 BS-ELEM23 BD-ELEM201 BS-ELEM26 BD-ELEM205 BD-ELEM208 BD-ELEM210

COURT 2 BS-ELEM17 BS-ELEM20 BS-ELEM21 BS-ELEM24 BD-ELEM202 BS-ELEM27 BD-ELEM206 BD-ELEM209 BD-ELEM211

COURT 3 BS-ELEM18 BS-ELEM21 BS-ELEM22 BS-ELEM25 BD-ELEM203 BD-ELEM204 BD-ELEM207 GD-ELEM208 GD-ELEM210

COURT 4 GS-ELEM16 GS-ELEM19 GS-ELEM20 GS-ELEM23 GD-ELEM201 GS-ELEM26 GD-ELEM205 GD-ELEM209 GD-ELEM211

COURT 5 GS-ELEM17 GS-ELEM20 GS-ELEM21 GS-ELEM24 GD-ELEM202 GS-ELEM27 GD-ELEM206

COURT 6 GS-ELEM18 GS-ELEM21 GS-ELEM22 GS-ELEM25 GD-ELEM203 GD-ELEM204 GD-ELEM207

LUNCHBREAK QUARTER-FINALS (Singles) 1:00 1:25 1:50 2:15 DAY 3 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55 BS-SEC-24 BS-SEC-27 BD-SEC203 BD-SEC206 BD-SEC208 BD-SEC210 BS-SEC-28 BD-SEC212 XD-SEC301 XD-SEC307 BS-SEC-25 BD-SEC201 BD-SEC204 BD-SEC207 BD-SEC209 GD-SEC210 BS-SEC-29 BD-SEC213 XD-SEC302 XD-SEC308 BS-SEC-26 BD-SEC202 BD-SEC205 GD-SEC206 GD-SEC208 BD-SEC211 GS-SEC-28 GD-SEC212 GS-SEC-24 GS-SEC-27 GD-SEC203 GD-SEC207 GD-SEC209 GD-SEC211 GS-SEC-29 GD-SEC213 XD-SEC305 XD-SEC311 XD-SEC306 GS-SEC-25 GD-SEC201 GD-SEC204 GS-SEC-26 GD-SEC202 GD-SEC205

SEMI-FINALS

4:15 4:40

Mixed Doubles ( Elims) XD-SECXD-SEC303 304 XD-SECXD-SEC309 310

NOTE: Court assignment may not be followed, next available court will be applied. LEGEND: BS - Boys Singles; GS - Girls Singles; BD - Boys Doubles; GD - Girls Doubles; XD- Mixed Doubles; BTT ­ Boys Team Tie; GTT ­ Girls Team Tie

DATE

TIME

COURT 1 BS-ELEM28 BD-ELEM212 XDELEM301 XDELEM307 XD-SEC312

COURT 2 BS-ELEM29 BD-ELEM213 XDELEM302 XDELEM308 XD-ELEM313 XD-SEC313

COURT 3

COURT 4

COURT 5

COURT 6

8:00 8:25 8:50 9:15 9:40 10:15 10:40 11:05 11:30 12:00

SEMI-FINALS GS-ELEMGS-ELEM28 29 GD-ELEMGD-ELEM212 213 XDELEM303 XDELEM309 XDELEM304 XDELEM310 XDELEM305 XDELEM311 XDELEM306 XDELEM312

LUNCH BREAK FINALS BS-ELEM30 BD-ELEM214 XD-ELEM314 GS-ELEM30 GD-ELEM214

DAY 4

1:00 1:25 1:50 3:30

BS-SEC-30 BD-SEC214 XD-SEC314

GS-SEC-30 GD-SEC214

AWARDING

NOTE: Court assignment may not be followed, next available court will be applied. LEGEND: BS - Boys Singles; GS - Girls Singles; BD - Boys Doubles; GD - Girls Doubles; XD- Mixed Doubles; BTT-Boys Team Tie; GTT-Girls Team Tie

Note: If W23 wins in game # 24, there will be a play off.

Game No.

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23

COMPETING TEAMS DIAMOND A

W2 vs W4 vs L2 vs L4 vs W6 vs W11 vs W14 vs W15 vs W22 vs

Game No.

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24

COMPETING TEAMS DIAMOND B

W1 vs W3 vs L1 vs L3 vs W10 vs W8 vs W13 vs W17 vs W19 vs W23 vs

Bye2 w5 L7 L5 W7 W12 L16 W16 L21

Bye1 Bye3 L6 L8 L9 W9 L15 W18 W20 W21

2012 SOUTHERN TAGALOG CALABARZON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (STCAA) MEET CHESS SCHEDULE OF GAMES Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 February 20, 2012 February 21, 2012 February 21, 2012 February 22, 2012 February 22, 2012 February 23, 2012 February 23, 2012 (Mon) (Tue) (Tue) (Wed) (Wed) (Thu) (Thu) 1:00pm 9:00am 1:00pm 9:00am 1:00pm 9:00am 1:00pm

PAIRINGS: a. Pairings for the first round will be based on the ID numbers. 1 vs 16 17 vs 2 3 vs 18 19 vs 4 5 vs 20 21 vs 6 7 vs 22 23 vs 8 9 vs 24 25 vs 10 11 vs 26 27 vs 12 13 vs 28 29 vs 14 15 vs 30 b. Pairings in the subsequent rounds will depend upon the score groups.

2012 SOUTHERN TAGALOG CALABARZON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (STCAA) MEET GYMNASTICS SCHEDULE OF GAMES

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5

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Pre-judging RG Elementary (Rope, Hoop, Ball, Ribbon) RG Secondary (Rope, Hoop, Ball, Ribbon) WAG Elementary & Secondary (Floor Exercise, Balance Beam, Vault) MAG (Floor Exercise, Vault)

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