College of St. Benilde bets went 1-2 in the middleweight category in the men’s division of taekwondo speed kicking competition in the 96th NCAA online meet on Monday.
Matthew Cloyd Roxas and JV Anthony Villaron boosted the Blazers’ medal haul as they took gold and silver medals, with the former tallying 6.408 points, and the latter having 6.033 points.
That improved the Blazers medal collection to 4-2-1 (gold-silver-bronze) entering Tuesday’s final day of competition shown on GTV channel of GMA-7, the NCAA’s new television partner.
Arellano University’s Terrence Ciriaco placed third with 6.033 points, edging out San Beda’s Gabriel Teruel, who had 5.992.
The Mendiola-based Red Jins remained in second place with two golds, two silvers and four bronzes, while the Chiefs are in third spot with 1-2-2.
Over the weekend, CSB’s Mikko Michael Regala foiled the bid of San Beda’s Alfritz Arevalo for a golden double in the online taekwondo tournament by topping the welterweight division.
Regala recorded 6.700 points to beat Arevalo, the men’s poomsae standard event gold medalist who settled for the silver with 6.517 points.
Arellano’s Christian Dave Tayrus copped the bronze with 6.483 points.
San Beda’s Christian Neil Arches, for his part, ruled the men’s lightweight division.
The 21-year old Arches tallied 6.700 points to beat Arellano’s Michael Noel Boncales (6.600) and CSB’s Piolo Mari Jazmines (6.392).