2021 Central American and Caribbean Championship (Concecabol)

The 2021 Central American and Caribbean Championship (Concecabol) gets underway this week in Guatemala.

Bermuda, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Panama, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Colombia, El Salvador and Guatemala will face off in Singles, Doubles, Trios and All Events for the coverted medals.

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Singles – It’s Venezuela and Mexico

The Men’s singles was underway on Monday with Venezuelan Luis Rovaina head and shoulders above the rest with a 256 average 1283 over five games of 191,278,290,235 and 289. Second was Costa Rica’s Jonaykel Conejo with 1204 and third was Puerto Rico’s Christan Azcona with 1202.

1 LUIS ROVAINA VENEZUELA 191 278 290 235 289 1283 256.60
2 JONAYKEL CONEJO B. COSTA RICA 248 224 236 238 258 1204 240.80
3 CRISTIAN AZCONA PUERTO RICO 249 237 235 257 224 1202 240.40

For the Women it was Mexico out in front in a closer fought race as Veronica Hernandez fired a 212 average 1063 to place first ahead of Sylvia Villalobos from Costa Rica in second place with 1054 and Mexico’s Sandra Gongora third with 1050.

1 VERONICA HERNANDEZ O. MEXICO 159 233 210 224 237 1063 212.60
2 SYLVIA VILLALOBOS B. COSTA RICA 210 214 179 248 203 1054 210.80
3 SANDRA GONGORA G. MEXICO 221 162 230 245 192 1050 210.00

Doubles – It’s Venezuela and Costa Rica

Venezuela made it two Golds in a row as Ildemaro Ruiz Jr (1206) and Luis Rovaina (1065) fired 2271 ahead of Puerto Rico’s Edgar Burgos (1144) and Christian Azcona (1076) in Silver with 2220 and Colombia’s Manuel Otalora (1091) and Oscar Rodriguez (1112) following for Bronze with 2203.

JULIANA FRANCO 192 212 237 238 155 1034 206.80
LAURA PLAZAS 205 278 197 193 215 1088 217.60
1 COLOMBIA 397 490 434 431 370 2122 212.20
ERICKA QUESADA G. 222 211 192 192 235 1052 210.40
VIVIANA DELGADO C. 185 181 210 232 202 1010 202.00
2 COSTA RICA 407 392 402 424 437 2062 206.20
KAMILAH DAMMERS 178 166 163 214 246 967 193.40
THASHAINA SERAUS 193 192 286 214 190 1075 215.00
3 ARUBA 371 358 449 428 436 2042 204.20

Colombia took the womens doubles Gold as Juliana Franco (1034) and Laura Plazas (1088) rolled a fine 2122.Ericka Quesada (1052) and Viviana Delgado (1010) amassed 2062 for Silver as Aruba grabbed the Bronze medal with Kamilah Dammers (967) and Thashaina Seraus (1075).

ILDEMARO RUIZ JR. 234 225 234 248 265 1206 241.20
LUIS ROVAINA 177 189 204 252 243 1065 213.00
1 VENEZUELA 411 414 438 500 508 2271 227.10
EDGAR J. BURGOS 246 188 233 248 229 1144 228.80
CRISTIAN AZCONA 203 214 191 213 255 1076 215.20
2 PUERTO RICO 449 402 424 461 484 2220 222.00
MANUEL H. OTALORA 173 279 189 242 208 1091 218.20
OSCAR J. RODRIGUEZ 269 233 206 226 178 1112 222.40
3 COLOMBIA 442 512 395 468 386 2203 220.30

Trios – It’s a Tie in the men and Colombia take the womens medals

A tied top spot in the men’s trios as Puerto Rico hit 3949 as Costa Rica fired the same score 3949. Third was Mexico with 3811.

EDGAR J. BURGOS 208 216 193 201 235 206 1259 209.83
CRISTIAN AZCONA 290 234 247 181 211 248 1411 235.17
RAFAEL PIZARRO 213 227 192 226 214 207 1279 213.17
1 PUERTO RICO 711 677 632 608 660 661 3949 219.39
JAMES STANLEY E. 215 189 268 224 223 237 1356 226.00
RODOLFO MADRIZ M. 193 246 223 237 153 247 1299 216.50
JONAYKEL CONEJO B. 244 236 196 224 201 193 1294 215.67
2 COSTA RICA 652 671 687 685 577 677 3949 219.39
HUMBERTO VAZQUEZ M. 158 215 252 198 247 237 1307 217.83
OMAR TORRES P. 186 214 190 201 257 212 1260 210.00
RICARDO LECUONA M. 256 173 194 202 214 205 1244 207.33
3 MEXICO 600 602 636 601 718 654 3811 211.72

For the Women it was Colombia out in front with 3708 followed by Puerto Rico in second with 3700 and Guatemala third with 3651.

 

JULIANA FRANCO 223 180 238 227 193 264 1325 220.83
LAURA PLAZAS 181 228 211 198 190 161 1169 194.83
SARA DUQUE 177 186 237 195 185 234 1214 202.33
1 COLOMBIA 581 594 686 620 568 659 3708 206.00
KRISTIE LOPEZ 213 168 186 215 213 228 1223 203.83
NEISHKA CARDONA 204 182 142 151 183 208 1070 178.33
PAMELA PEREZ 193 232 265 248 216 253 1407 234.50
2 PUERTO RICO 610 582 593 614 612 689 3700 205.56
ANA P. MORALES R. 173 168 137 201 185 203 1067 177.83
ANA L. BOLANOS M. 188 212 183 259 211 234 1287 214.50
SOFIA RODRIGUEZ G. 192 198 227 235 232 213 1297 216.17
3 GUATEMALA 553 578 547 695 628 650 3651 202.83

Team honors go to Colombia

Colombia made it a double win in the team event and a golden finish. Manuel Otalora with 1425 and Juliana Franco with 1268 the top scorers for the Colombians. Puerto Rico second in the mens event with Venezuela third as Mexico took Silver and Costa Rica Bronze.

Men

DEPORTISTA L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 Total Promedio
MANUEL H. OTALORA 216 214 258 245 248 244 1425 237.50
OSCAR J. RODRIGUEZ 230 193 219 247 248 247 1384 230.67
EDWARD C. REY 208 186 279 199 168 215 1255 209.17
JUAN S. RODRIGUEZ 190 192 180 0 0 0 562 187.33
FELIPE GIL 212 223 191 232 195 213 1266 211.00
JOSE R. MORA 0 0 0 236 188 258 682 227.33
1 COLOMBIA 1056 1008 1127 1159 1047 1177 6574 219.13
EDGAR J. BURGOS 197 209 257 258 208 214 1343 223.83
CRISTIAN AZCONA 192 223 237 212 206 192 1262 210.33
DAVID MARQUEZ 245 195 209 209 237 179 1274 212.33
RAFAEL PIZARRO 224 212 227 177 182 194 1216 202.67
JORGE A. RODRIGUEZ 204 246 279 236 269 233 1467 244.50
2 PUERTO RICO 1062 1085 1209 1092 1102 1012 6562 218.73
ILDEMARO RUIZ JR. 216 235 236 234 202 235 1358 226.33
ROBERTO SERRAPIGLIO 150 210 155 145 191 217 1068 178.00
GUSTAVO DO SANTOS 179 170 222 180 140 167 1058 176.33
RODOLFO MONACELLI 192 269 258 186 237 175 1317 219.50
LUIS ROVAINA 258 192 235 216 224 216 1341 223.50
3 VENEZUELA 995 1076 1106 961 994 1010 6142 204.73

Women

DEPORTISTA L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 Total Promedio
JULIANA FRANCO 207 213 226 192 205 225 1268 211.33
LAURA PLAZAS 242 224 199 204 172 207 1248 208.00
SARA DUQUE 204 215 179 186 185 200 1169 194.83
CATALINA GOMEZ 153 225 173 204 161 176 1092 182.00
JULIANA BOTERO 189 207 184 259 202 148 1189 198.17
1 COLOMBIA 995 1084 961 1045 925 956 5966 198.87
ILIANA LOMELI L. 167 190 210 208 143 206 1124 187.33
LILIA M. ROBLES G. 199 243 249 234 212 168 1305 217.50
ASERET ZETTER V. 245 199 202 205 175 185 1211 201.83
PAOLA LIMON T. 225 169 168 227 157 223 1169 194.83
SANDRA GONGORA G. 262 157 177 218 198 138 1150 191.67
2 MEXICO 1098 958 1006 1092 885 920 5959 198.63
ERICKA QUESADA G. 197 257 214 226 147 195 1236 206.00
FABIOLA SANDOVAL A. 258 210 157 210 233 192 1260 210.00
MARIA F. AGUILUZ L. 181 154 189 170 181 189 1064 177.33
VIVIANA DELGADO C. 216 192 214 204 170 191 1187 197.83
JESSICA ATAN C. 188 170 212 172 246 170 1158 193.00
3 COSTA RICA 1040 983 986 982 977 937 5905 196.83

All Events to Puerto Rico and Colombia

Puerto Rico’s Cristian Azcona took the mens All events with a 225 average 4951 as Colombia’s Juliana France took Gold for the women with a 210 average 4951..

Men

1 CRISTIAN AZCONA PUERTO RICO 1202 1076 1411 1262 4951 225.05
2 LUIS ROVAINA VENEZUELA 1283 1065 1241 1341 4930 224.09
3 ILDEMARO RUIZ JR. VENEZUELA 1010 1206 1311 1358 4885 222.05

Women

JULIANA FRANCO COLOMBIA 1014 1034 1325 1268 4641 210.95
THASHAINA SERAUS ARUBA 931 1075 1279 1284 4569 207.68
SOFIA RODRIGUEZ G. GUATEMALA 1035 1043 1297 1114 4489 204.05

You can follow all the results here.
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