Committee releases 2022 Scouts Parade, DXMC Competition results
By Paulo DS. Papa
NAGA CITY --- All schools participated in this year’s Scouts Parade and Interschool DXMC Competition received awards last Wednesday, September 14 at Plaza Quezon.
The awardees in the following order:
The Naga Central School I is champion for Kid Scouts category, Cub Scouts category B and for Boy Scouts category B.
The Minds That Matter Tutorial, the only private school that participated in the competition, received the championship award for Boy Scouts category A.
THE majorette corps from Zeferino Arroyo High School, the only school from outside Naga City that participated in the Scouts Parade and DXMC Competition on Wednesday. Photo courtesy of Glenmar Olea
For Senior Scouts A category: Cararayan National High School won as champion followed by the Camarines Sur National High School as the first runner up and Naga City School of Arts and Trades, second runner up.
For Girls Scouts marching competition: The Twinkler and Star Scouts who represented the Naga Central School I were awarded champion. Central one also won the best in Junior Scouts marching competition.
For Senior Scout category: Cararayan National High School again triumphed over Camarines Sur National High School which won as first runner up.
For DXMC competition: The consolation award was granted to Tinago National High School Drum and Xylophone corps. The marching band from Camarines Sur National High School received the championship award. Naga City Science High School was declared the first runner up followed by the Naga City School of Arts and Trades, second runner up.
The Zeferino Arroyo High School, from Barangay San Agustin, Iriga City, Camarines Sur, the only public secondary school that participated, won the championship for category F.
Best Band Leadership Awards were awarded to Camarines Sur National High School and Zeferino Arroyo National High School.
Consolation prize for majorette corps was awarded to Tinago National High School. The Naga City School of Arts and Trades was awarded the second runner up participating school.
The best in Majorette Leadership Awards were given to Camarines Sur National High School and Zeferino Arroyo High School.
The best in Drum and Xylophone Awards were handed to Camarines Sur National High School and Zeferino Arroyo High School. These schools were also given an award for being the best in majorette corps.
Cararayan National High School was adjudged the most disciplined participating school in the competition.