first_imgROXAS City – Around 1,500 delegate-athletes, coachesand officials from various private institutions in the region will slug it allout at the start of the Western Visayas Private Schools’ Athletic Association(WVPRISAA) Meet today.  The winners of the sporting and cultural events from different private institutions will represent Western Visayas in the National PRISAA on April 18 to 24 in Tuguegarao, Cagayan Valley. The CAPRISA member schools, Capiz Commercial School, Filamer Christian University, Hercor College, and Colegio de la Purisima Concepcion,  will serve as venue of the event and the billeting of the delegates. The 2020 WVPRISAA will host over 20 sports and cultural eventsincluding  athletics,badminton, basketball, beach volleyball, billiard, chess, dance sports,football, karate-do, lawn tennis, “mutya sang WVPRISAA,” oration, prisayawan,sepak takraw, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, vocal solo, vocal duet, andvolleyball.    Last year, WVPRISAA emerged as the overall champion of the 63rd National PRISAA Games in Davao – with 212 gold, 146 silver and 97 bronze medals.        Rt. Rev. Msgr. Cyril Villareal, president of the CapizPrivate Schools’ Association (CAPRISA), perceives the weeklong competition asan “exciting one” with the support of the local government.  Delegates of the Western Institute of Technology men’s football team are set to represent Iloilo in the 2020 Western Visayas Private Schools Athletic Association meet in Roxas City, Capiz starting Feb. 1. ROBERT BLANCE “This event will be more memorable because of thesupport extended by the Capiz provincial and Roxas City government, ensuringthe security and safety of the delegates and at the same time, extending theCapiznon warmth and hospitality,” Villareal said.  Founded on Feb. 17, 1953, the PRISAA commits to bring exposure andcredibility among private schools across the country./PNlast_img

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