Holy Cross of Davao College (HCDC) Sports Coordinator Rudy Salvador is very confident that the HCDC sports teams will win in the Regional Davao Association of Catholic Schools- Catholic Education Association of the Philippines (DACS-CEAP) game that opens today, February 20.
According to him, the basketball men, volleyball men and women, and chess men and women division have won the city level competition of DACS.
“Well, our athletes are very competitive and they are really performing well. Their spirit to fight and the aim to win is present and I could really see it in them”, Salvador added.
He stressed that even if the school lacks facilities, the athletes are still trying their best to find alternative places and able to maximize resources for their trainings and preparations.
“The school has a building construction going on and because of this situation our players are affected with their practices but we have no choice. We have to continue our trainings”, said Salvador.
Salvador also shared that Holy Cross’ Sports team are really embracing the real Catholic value of the school and is applying it in every game which give them an edge to compete with others.
He added that they are looking forward to win in the regional competition in order to bring the name of Holy Cross up to the national level of the game that will be held in San Fernando Pampanga in April.
The Regional Davao Association of Catholic Schools- Catholic Education Association of the Philippines (DACS-CEAP) will be opened at Holy Cross of Davao College Bajada Campus and its games will be held at University of Immaculate Concepcion (UIC) Bonifacio Campus from February 22-23, 2013. (By: Shara May Pedroso , Aljun Villanueva)