Cecytez students obtain three medals at the National Sports Meeting in Chiapas
- The state representatives won one silver and two bronze medals in Shot Put, Women’s Basketball and 800 meter dash.
- The Subsystem fulfills the objective of improving the results of the previous contest and reaffirms its commitment to Zacatecan youth
Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas., November 21, 2023.- The selective of the College of Scientific and Technological Studies of the State of Zacatecas (Cecytez) obtained three medals during their participation in the National Sports Meeting, 2023 edition, held in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas.
The first award went to Jennifer Pinales Vázquez, student at the Distance Higher Secondary Education center (Emsad) of El Rucio, Villa de Cos. The Zacatecan, for the second consecutive year, won the silver medal in the Shot Put event, improving her record compared to a year ago by setting a distance of 10.4 meters, two more than in the fair pass.
The next medal was bronze and was obtained by Jovany de Jesús Herrera Parra, a student at the Calera Campus, who with excellent results in the Athletics eliminatory phase, in the 800 meter dash event, managed to reach the final, where he came in third place. .
Finally, the Selective Women’s Basketball team, made up of students Adriana Saraí Cortés, Ana Kelaia Rubio, Fernanda González, Ángela Villa and Annely Castañeda, from the Tlaltenango Campus; Yaremi Sánchez, Ileana Covarrubias and Arianna Sánchez, from the San José Station Campus; as well as América Ortiz, from Río Grande, and Evelyn Ruiz, from Maravillas, after passing the eliminatory phase undefeated, fell in the semifinal game against the State of Mexico; which led them to seek third place against the host team from Chiapas, whom they surpassed with a score of 30–21.
With the above, the General Director of Cecytez, Julio César Ortiz Fuentes, endorsed the permanent commitment of Governor David Monreal Ávila with the youth of the entity and recognized the success of the selective in improving the results of the previous year.
On behalf of the state president, he congratulated the winners and highlighted the effort and dedication with which they elevate Zacatecas.