San Jose reaches 228 points and is closing in on a regional title

Ney Jose Sant Anna

Department of Sports and Quality of Life

The regional games reach the finals and San Jose dos Campos is still fighting for another title. The current seven-time champion of the competition, the Sao Paulo delegation continues to lead with 228 points, followed by Pindamonhangaba with 200 and Mogi das Cruzes with 133.

This Thursday (8), San Jose added another 12 points with two bronze medals, winning the under-21 men’s handball (which won the third-place clash 47:19 against Feras de Vasconcelos) and rhythmic gymnastics (pictured below).

This weekend, Jose’s teams will fight for more medals in individual and collective competitions.

In men’s soccer, San Jose and Pinda play this Friday (9th) at 15:00 at the Novo Horizonte field to determine the first place in the group and the passage to the semi-finals.

If they win, San Jose will face Cajamar, and if they lose, they will receive the Mage Class Cruzes. The semi-finals of the tournament will take place this Saturday (10) in Pinda from 13:30 and the finals on Sunday (11) from 14:00 at Eugenio de Melo.

Also this Friday (9th), San Jose will face Pinda in the men’s under-21 volleyball final, starting at 6.30pm in Pindamonhangaba.

San Jose and Pinda meet in the women’s soccer final at Pindamonhangaba this Saturday (10th) from 3:30 p.m.

Also this Saturday and Sunday there will be judo competitions in Amparo and beach volleyball starting at 10am at Thermas do Vale in San José dos Campos.

San Jose Men’s Under-21 Futsal will face Guarulhos in the semi-finals of the tournament on Monday (12th) from 21:00 at the Teatrão gymnasium. And on Tuesday, the U-21 men’s basketball final will take place between San Jose and Guarulhos at 8:00 p.m. in Taubate.

at the San Jose Games

Men’s and Women’s Table Tennis, Women’s U21 Basketball, Men’s and Women’s Freestyle Checkers, Free Biriball, Free Bocce, Free Women’s Badminton, U21 Men’s and Women’s Field Tennis, U21 Women’s Handball, U21 Men’s Chess, Men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s taekwondo, men’s and women’s karate and women’s freestyle futsal.

Men’s and Women’s Free Athletics, Women’s Free Chess and Women’s Cycling.

Free Net, Free Men’s Badminton, Rhythmic Gymnastics and Men’s Handball

Fourth place
men’s cycling

Partial score (top 10)

1) San Jose dos Campos – 228 points
2) Pindamonhangaba – 200
3) Mogi das Cruzes – 133
4) Caraguatatuba – 89
5) San Sebastian – 88
6) Guarulhos: 64.5
7) Guarema – 60
8) Campos do Jordão – 54
9) Jakarei – 49
10) Guaringueta – 45

Department of Sports and Quality of Life

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