MANILA, Philippines — Regardless of now not contending for the semifinals, Lindsay Stalzer and Kalei Mau gave F2 Logistics a morale-boosting 25-16, 25-22, 27-25 victory over the semis-bound Petro Gazz to finish its Premier Volleyball League Bolstered Convention marketing campaign in excessive spirits on Tuesday at Philsports Enviornment.
American import Stalzer, who persistently led the Cargo Movers all all through the match, made positive to finish their two-game skid and end fifth place, unleashing 22 factors off 19 assaults, two blocks, and an ace on prime of seven digs and 6 receptions.
Mau drilled 19 spikes to complete with 20 factors, together with the clutch hits that accomplished F2 Logistics’ comeback within the third set from a 17-12 deficit.
The Filipino-American spiker scored six of the final eight factors within the third to finish their season with a 4-4 report.
Although they failed to reach the semis after shedding the 2 essential video games following an enormous win over Creamline, F2 Logistics coach Benson Bocboc hopes his wards will construct from this heading to the subsequent season.
“We’re already out however a win is a win. We’ll convey these learnings for the subsequent convention,” stated Bocboc in Filipino. “That’s how champions play. We have been sidetracked in our previous two video games. We’ll be taught from that Subsequent time we’ll not make the identical mistake.”
Ivy Lacsina capped her first season with six factors off three blocks, whereas Kianna Dy added 5 markers.
Petro Gazz completed third within the elimination with a 5-3 report after shedding a no-bearing recreation, the place Lindsey Vander Weide and MJ Phillips led the way in which with 11 factors every.
The Angels will open their semifinals spherical robin towards the Cool Smashers on Thursday at 2:30 p.m., whereas Chery Tiggo and Cignal conflict at 5:30 p.m.
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