The last stretch of badminton in the 2023 Conade National Games took place a Oaxtepec.
In this closing of the specialty, the host Morelos had the participation this June 4 of its two players within the U19 category, both in the female branchwho were eliminated both individually and in pairs.
They are Merari Lagunas Cruz from the Temixco League and Regina Gómez Trujillo from Cuernavaca, players who were beaten in their first match to be left out of the fight for the medals in the event that takes place on the fields of Club Dorados de Oaxtepec.
as a duo, Merari and Regina succumbed to the Aguascalientes pair formed by Alison Lopez and Valeria Ramirezin two sets by partials of 21-12 and 21-10.
In the singles modality, Regina lost to Sharon Sarahí Serrano from Michoacán by partials of 21-14 and 21-10, and Merari lost against Cristina Pérez from Mexico City with a resounding 21-0 and 21-1.
Until now, since Monday, May 29, the champions have been defined in the modalities of individual, doubles of each branch, and mixed doubles, within the categories of U15 and U17, only pending the definition of the podiums within the U19 that started from this Saturday June 3, and will end this Monday the 5th of the same month.
With the elimination of the last two racketeers from Morelos, the host organization ended its participation with three medals in a historic harvest for this discipline, all of them within the U15 category.
Among them, the first gold that the one from Temixco won, Emiliano Carrera Gutiérrez in the singles modality (individual) stands out, winning the precious metal after winning his four games that he faced from the round of 16 against rivals from Veracruz, Nuevo León, and two rivals from Aguascalientes in the semifinals and final.
While in couples, two bronze medals were achieved with Pablo Aguilar Morales and Emiliano Carrera Gutiérrez in the men’s branchand in mixed they obtained the same medal of the same color Dana Jacobo Arroyo and Luis Santino Vázquez.
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