Lifesavers keep Lady Skippers winless to grab win no. 6

Bouncing back from back-to-back losses, Generika Ayala dismantled Marinerang in four sets, 23-25, 25-18, 25-19, 25-20, on Tuesday in the Philippine Superliga (PSL) All Filipino Conference 2019 at the Marikina Sports Center.

The Lifesavers bucked an opening set loss before flexing their killer form in the next three to maintain their mastery over the Lady Skippers, completing a head-to-head sweep of the latter for their sixth victory of the conference.

Patty Orendain paced the Sherwin Meneses-backed spikers with 16 markers off 15 kills and a block as they improved their record to fourth-best 6-4.

Marinerang Pilipina, who just bagged their first set win of the conference, remained winless in eight tries.

Unlike their first clash, the Lady Skippers played with more fire to stun the Lifesavers in the opener with Judith Abil and Caitlin Viray doing the damage from the wings.

But Generika has other things in mind. Following their slow start, the ladies in orange-and-white emerged as the more composed team against the youngsters.

The Lifesavers hope to get one over the unscathed F2 Logistics on Saturday, while the Lady Skippers have the chance to notch the elusive first win against a struggling Sta. Lucia on Thursday.

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Urdas on Gorayeb’s displeasure following PLDT’s dismal past outings: ‘Siguro mababawasan naman’

It may have taken Aiko Urdas and the PLDT Home Fibr almost a month to return to win column, but it was still refreshing, especially if it means lessening head coach Roger Gorayeb’s dismay.

The Power Hitters successfully ended a six-game drought when they re-asserted mastery over Sta. Lucia in four sets, 20-25, 25-22, 27-25, 25-18, earlier in the Philippine Superliga (PSL) All Filipino Conference 2019 at the Muntinlupa Sports Center.

Urdas capped the night with 20 attacks and 12 excellent digs for a double-double performance, handing her squad its third win in nine games.

According to the opposite hitter, they spent the past few days sharpening their floor defense. This, amid the presence prized libero Tatan Pantone and Alyssa Eroa and decent defender Gretchel Soltones in the fold.

“Siguro ‘yung sa depensa. ‘Yun talaga ‘yung pinakaimportanteng prinactice namin noong nakaraang araw kasi ‘yun ‘yung wala sa amin. Medyo nagkakagulo kami sa loob,” Urdas said.

“Tsaka pala ‘yung sa receive. Parang kumbaga, kapag nagkamali ‘yung isa tatakpan ng isa. Tulung-tulungan talaga,” she added.

It marked PLDT’s first win in almost a month after last tasting victory in June 22 during its five-setter encounter against the Lady Realtors.

Following their back-to-back victorious start, the Power Hitters just seemed lost in the next six games, resulting to a sixth place finish after the first half of the prelims.

This obviously didn’t sit well for Gorayeb, who has repeatedly expressed his frustration on his wards’ performance during timeouts across the long losing streak.

With PLDT finally getting back on their feet, Urdas hopes that Gorayeb’s dismay on their campaign has dampened. She further said that they must continue improving their game and not settle as the tournament peaks day after day.

“Siguro mababawasan naman pero kailangan pa rin namin ituloy-tuloy ‘yung ganitong laro namin at mas kailangan pa namin angatan ‘yung pinapakita namin sa loob ng court para maging okay si coach sa amin,” she said.

Urdas and PLDT’s next assignment is against a streaking Petron on Thursday at 4:15 p.m.

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PLDT snaps 6-game skid at the expense of Sta. Lucia, Urdas connects for 20 hits

It took PLDT Home Fibr a month to finally connect and end its skid after beating Sta. Lucia in four sets, 20-25, 25-22, 27-25, 25-18 on Tuesday in the Philippine Superliga (PSL) All Filipino Conference 2019 at the Muntinlupa Sports Center.

With their last registered win dating back to June 22 against the same opponent, the Power Hitters finally snapped out of a six-game funk by completing a preliminary round sweep of the struggling Lady Realtors.

Aiko Urdas led her team in its return to win column with 20 markers all from kills.

PLDT bagged its third victory in nine outings while Sta. Lucia, now on a 10-game slide, fell to a 1-10 card.

It was not the same PLDT squad who has to rally from two sets down in the first-round of the tourney.

After dropping the opening set, the Power Hitters showed more tenacity in the second and fourth, holding their ground against the Lady Realtors, who pushed the former into an extended third set to no avail.

Urdas came through in the fourth set, attacking Sta. Lucia from all cylinders to give PLDT its first win since June 22.

Up next for PLDT is defending champs Petron as Sta. Lucia takes on a winless Marinerang Pilipina on Thursday.

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Fans call for better NT management from LVPI following men’s, girls success in int’l tourneys

In less than a month, Philippine volleyball has claimed two medals in two separate tourneys.

On July 9, Marck Espejo, Bryan Bagunas and the men’s national volleyball team took home the bronze medal in the 2019 Thailand Open Sealect Tuna Championships.

The Nationals erased a two-set deficit and displayed grit and grind in the deciding frame to eke out a cardiac 22-25, 27-29, 25-18, 25-18, 26-24 win against Thai-Denmark Saraburiat the V Sommai Gymnasium in Sisaket, Thailand.

Espejo, who was awarded as second Best Outside Hitter, and Bagunas conspired for 59 big points for the men’s team, which is also composed by Ranran Abdilla, Jessie Lopez, Peter Torres, and Kim Malabunga and mentored by head coach Dante Alinsunurin.

It was the second podium finish for the Philippines in a Thailand-hosted competition after the bronze medal feat in 2017 by the Philippine Superliga (PSL) All-Star team led by Aby Maraño, Rhea Dimaculangan, Aiza Maizo-Pontillas and Mika Reyes.

Two weeks later, the Philippines received another recognition following its bridesmaid finish of 2019 ASEAN School Games girls’ volleyball competition in Indonesia.

The Pinay spikers, bannered by high school superstars Angel Canino, Alyssa Solomon, Mhicaela Belen and Alleiah Malaluan under the tutelage of head coach Regine Diego, put on a valiant stand against heavyweight Thailand during their gold medal battle.

The young hitters pushed the Thais in five sets and settled for silver after a 20-25, 29-31, 25-19, 25-18, 9-15 result.

Following these achievements, volleyball aficionados called for better national team management from the Larong Volleyball ng Pilipinas, Inc. (LVPI).

The national team has started participating in international competitions again in 2015. From there, the Nationals have already joined huge foreign turf such as the 2017 Asian Senior Women’s Volleyball Championship, 2017 Southeast Asian Games and 2018 Asian Games.

But this year, much to the disappointment of fans, it has been decided that the national team will not be joining any international competition to avoid being scouted in preparation for the SEA Games 2019 which will be held here.

Some fans asked for a more solid program, especially with the forthcoming regional tournament just four months away from opening day, so as to not put the skills of the Filipino spikers into waste.

Meanwhile, user @AshleyNep cited the gap between the skills of the young spikers and the current national team. She tweeted: “You know what deserves our anger? The fact that we see these group of girls fight closely against the Thais tapos after 8 years, makikita mong malaki na yung gap sa skills kasi walang matinong program for our national teams.”

Further, some believe that, while the program of the governing body is deemed questionable, the future of Philippine volleyball is still bright.

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Well-received #MMKSisiRondinaStory episode trends worldwide

Maalaala Mo Kaya’s drama treatment for the life story of volleyball superstar Sisi Rondina finally aired last night and it garnered positive reactions from fans.

MMK, the country’s longest running drama anthology series, gave life to the story of Rondina, a multi-awarded beach volleyball stalwart and a UAAP MVP from University of Sto. Tomas.

Portrayed by no less than Kim Chiu, the episode showed important bits and pieces of Rondina’s life, including why she is called Sisi, her struggles with her family and her journey with UST.

The hashtag #MMKSisiRondinaStory reached number 1 in the Philippines’ top Twitter trends last night whilst peaking at no. 4 worldwide.

Here are some of the reactions on last night’s Rondina-inspired episode:

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Santiago-Manabat on Foton bagging its sixth straight win: ‘Bawal na mag-relax’

For Dindin Santiago-Manabat, there is no room for complacency this second-round.

Santiago-Manabat and the Foton Tornadoes picked up another win after avenging their first-round loss against Generika Ayala in quick three sets, 25-16, 28-26, 25-15, in the Philippine Superliga (PSL) All Filipino Conference 2019 earlier.

It was the Blue Energy’s sixth straight victory, further cementing their hold at no. 3 behind the league’s top two squads in F2 Logistics and Petron.

But while this is arguably the best preliminary campaign for Foton in recent memory, Santiago-Manabat said that they can not relax just yet as the tournament is still long.

“Siguro noong first round nag-relax kami kasi siyempre nanalo kami ng first game so naging kumpyansa kami. Then siyempre ngayon second round na, bawal na mag-relax and siyempre kailangan focus kami,” said Santiago-Manabat, who led her team with 18 spikes and a block for 19 points.

Addressing their loss against Generika, where they bowed in four sets, the opposite hitter said that the team is now more focused and determined as compared to last round.

For her, each game from here forward is crucial, and that Foton’s focus has to be intact all throughout especially on improving their first ball passes.

“Every game is importante so kailangan mag-focus lang and focus lang namin kung saan kami weak — service receive, service receive. Paulit-ulit service receive, doon lang kami nagpo-focua and blockings,” she said.

During the 22-23 mark in the second set, Maika Ortiz was assisted off the court after a bad fall.

Despite this, the ladies in blue stayed sharp to thwart the Lifesavers’ surge before re-asserting full control in the third.

This composure, according to Santiago-Manabat, is all because they didn’t let the incident get into their heads. Instead, they used it to take the win and show their love for Ortiz.

“Siyempre ayaw naman namin na nalaglag na nga siya (Ortiz) e ilalaglag pa namin. So kailangan ilaban namin ‘yun e. Siyempre kung love namin ‘yung isa sa team namin ilalaban namin ‘yun,” she said.

Santiago-Manabat and the rest of Foton are up for a bigger challenge as they are set to collide against the still unscathed Cargo Movers on July 25.

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Foton leans on offense to avenge first-round loss against Generika

Offense prevailed over defense as Foton Tornadoes disposed of Generika Ayala in convincing three sets, 25-16, 28-26, 25-15, on Saturday during the second round of the Philippine Superliga (PSL) All Filipino Conference 2019 at the FilOil Flying V Center in San Juan.

The Blue Energy leaned on their attacks to take the fight out of the Lifesavers, avenging their first-round loss and claiming their sixth consecutive win to solidify their hold at no. 3.

It was a dominant offense game for the Aaron Velez-backed squad after firing 51 big kills as opposed to Generika’s 34.

Dindin Santiago-Manabat was responsible for 18 of her team’s total attacks.

The National University standout also added a block for a 19-point outing as their card improved to 7-3.

Generika absorbed its fourth loss in nine outings on a 2-game slide.

Up next for Foton is the unbeaten, league-leading F2 Logistics on July 25 while Generika takes on Marinerang Pilipina on July 23.

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Cignal returns to win column after sweep of Sta. Lucia as Robins-Hardy drops double-double performance

Cignal returned to the win column after a quick straight-set pounding against Sta. Lucia, 25-8, 25-16, 25-22, on Saturday in the Philippine Superliga (PSL) All Filipino Conference 2019 at the FilOil Flying V Center in San Juan.

Bouncing back from a stinging five-setter loss against Petron, this time around the HD Spikers made sure to finish the job in three sets and complete a preliminary round sweep of the Lady Realtors.

Alohi Robins-Hardy paced Cignal with 10 hits built on five attacks, four aces and a block while dishing eight excellent sets and 12 digs.

The HD Spikers picked up their fourth victory in nine games while Sta. Lucia absorbed its ninth consecutive loss for a 1-9 tally.

After squandering a two-set advantage the last timeout, Robins-Hardy said Cignal’s game mentality heading into this match was to stay focus from the opening set up to the last.

“I think just court focus. Focus on every point. If we make a mistake, if we didn’t get the point, it’s onto the next,” she said.

Asked on what they did right in this match, the Fil-Hawaiian playmaker said that the HD Spikers were able to execute their game plan, which is to practice accuracy with their attacks and services.

“I think we did well in the service line. Probably one of our best serving matches. So I think we did that,” she said.

Cignal has had a good serving game, producing 11 aces as opposed to Sta. Lucia’s six.

With both teams tallying identical five blocks, the HD Spikers held the advantage in attacks after firing 32 kills compared to 23 of the Lady Realtors, who committed more errors, 12-27.

Cignal’s next assignment is against a hapless Marinerang Pilipina on July 27 while Sta. Lucia faces a struggling PLDT Home Fibr on July 23.

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From blue to purple: Ateneo’s Tolentino, Madayag, BDL renew partnership for newcomer ChocoMucho

From blue to purple.

Ateneo’s triple tower Kat Tolentino, Maddie Madayag and Bea de Leon and head coach Oliver Almadro renewed their partnership as they are set to banner the newcomer ChocoMucho in the Premier Volleyball League (PVL) Open Conference 2019.

Fresh from towing the Lady Eagles to their third UAAP crown, the trio and the multi-awarded mentor will aim to duplicate their success in the collegiate turf to the upcoming all-local PVL conference, which opens on August 11.

The “Lady Titans”, who will don purple-colored jerseys, are just one of the three newcomers in the league alongside Air Force and Chef Classic.

They will be battling a competitive field which includes e defending champions Creamline, Reinforced champs PetroGazz, BanKo-Perlas, Motolite, and BaliPure.

Tolentino, Madayag, and de Leon will lead a pack composed of young guns and veterans in Cindy Imbo from University of Perpetual Help System DALTA, Carla Sandoval from Foton, and Ateneo’s Kim Gequillana.

Former Cignal playmakers Acy Masangkay and Iriga-Navy’s Dianne Ticar are the court generals for the team, who also has the core of the disbanded United Volleyball Club in Bang Pineda, Gyra Barroga, Arianne Angustia, Dancel Dusaran and Shang Berte.

The team has started training since July 1.

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F2 Logistics only commits 4 errors in three sets, limits Sta. Lucia to record-low 25-3

F2 Logistics announced its entry to the second-round of Philippine Superliga (PSL) All Filipino Conference 2019 after a three-set demolition on Sta. Lucia yesterday.

It was another championship form-flexing eighth straight victory for the league-leading Cargo Movers.

Down by nine in the opening set, the ladies in yellow fought back and erased the deficit with a score-knotting hit from Ara Galang at 21 before taking altogether taking the lead.

Squandering a huge lead, Amanda Villanueva fired off a kill to tie the set at 22 before Ramil de Jesus and his wards picked up the next three points for a first set steal off a Galang attack.

It was all F2 Logistics from the second frame onwards.

The Cargo Movers wrapped up the match, 25-22, 25-3, 25-15, to stay on top of the eight-team field.

The most interesting part of that game, though, was arguably the numbers and statistics.

For the third time this conference, F2 Logistics limited their opponents to a single-digit set score: the first against Foton (25-9, 23-25, 25-22, 25-16) and 5he second against Marinerang Pilipina (25-7, 25-9, 25-19).

Sta. Lucia’s 25-3 further broke the Lady Skippers’ 25-7 as the lowest produced set output in this conference.

So far, there were only four single-digit set score this conference, and they were all inflicted by F2 Logistics.

The story of the stats was just as impressive.

The Cargo Movers has tallied 146 errors across all seven games in the first-round, committing team-high 36 errors against Petron and team-low eight against Marinerang Pilipina.

They averaged 20.86 errors per game, with a 6.34 average each set.

But against Sta. Lucia yesterday, F2 Logistics has had what could be its cleanest performance all throughout its participation in the league after only committing four errors in three sets played, which 80 percent lower than their first-round average.

The Cargo Movers also dominated in attacks, 43-26, while edging the Lady Realtors in blocks, 9-3 and 8-4.

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Dindin on playing with Jaja: ‘Ginagawa naming inspirasyon ang isa’t isa’

As Foton clinched its fifth consecutive victory in the Philippine Superliga (PSL) All Filipino Conference 2019, cementing the team for solo third, Dindin Santiago-Manabat said that there was no competition between her and younger sister, Jaja Santiago.

This after the towering sisters had another good performance against PLDT Home Fibr yesterday.

Santiago-Manabat dropped 14 hits all from attacks while Santiago chipped in 13 off 10 spikes, a couple of blocks and an ace as the Tornadoes swept the Power Hitters in the prelims.

For Dindin, it was nothing but sisterly support between her and Jaja when inside the taraflex.

“Siyempre ang nangyayari kasi sa loob ng court is hindi kumpetisyon e. Hindi kami nagko-compete sa isa’t isa. And ginagawa namin, ginagawa naming inspirasyon ang isa’t isa. Then siyempre gusto namin tulungan ang bawat isa,” she said.

True enough, with the sisters forming a solid bond on court, their teammates have followed through and stepped up as of late.

Helping the two towering hitters in carrying the scoring bulk, skipper Mina Aganon, Elaine Kasilag, Maika Ortiz, Shaya Adorador and Marianne Buitre have all contributed as Foton improved to a 6-3 slate.

This is good news for the team, according to Jaja, as they enter a much tougher second-round.

“Actually bago pa mag-start ‘tong season na ‘to sabi niya (coach Aaron Velez) ‘pag pinasok niya ‘yung second stringers halos pantay lang talaga ng first six, halos walang pagkakatulad,” she said.

“Sabi niya rin kanina bago mag-start, maganda na rin ‘yung iba-iba nagigging MVP of the match natin, at the same time nagde-deliver sa court para hindi rin tayo gan’on na mabilis nababasa ng kalaban,” she added

With their recent performances, Jaja’s total accumulated points in this conference — so far — has already reached 147 markers, averaging 16.33 points per game.

Dindin, Foton’s second-leading scorer, now averages 14.33 points per match after tallying 129 hits in nine games played.

The Santiago sisters and the rest of Foton will put their winning streak at stake when they face Generika Ayala tomorrow.

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Foton storms to second-round in style after convincing three-setter rout of PLDT

Foton Tornadoes maintained their mastery on PLDT Home Fibr in the preliminaries of Philippine Superliga (PSL) All Filipino Conference 2019 after a convincing three-set win, 25-21, 25-21, 25-15, on Thursday at the FilOil Flying V Center in San Juan.

Following their four-setter first-round victory, it only took the Blue Energy three sets to dispatch the Power Hitters, extending their winning streak to five to enter the second-round in style.

Dindin Santiago-Manabat scattered 14 attacks while Jaja Santiago scored 13 off 10 kills, two blocks and an ace as Foton zoomed to 6-3.

PLDT, meanwhile, dropped to 2-6 on a six-game losing skid.

For the younger Santiago, Foton is now more confident inside the court as compared to the start of the conference where they dropped three straight outings before finally getting their rhythm.

“Siguro isa na ‘yung confident kami gumalaw sa loob ng court and lagi namin mino-monitor ‘yung bawat isanja kahit anong mali kailangang makabawi at hindi kami agad dapat magpapatalo sa laban,” Santiago said.

Foton’s offense proved to be the key to their win as they had 13 more kills to PLDT’s 35.

The Power Hitters, meanwhile, have had a slim edge in blocks (5-3) and aces (4-3) but they also committed more errors compared to the Blue Energy, 19-13.

Foton shoots for win no. 6 against a defensive-minded Generika Ayala on Saturday while PLDT hopes to snap out of its funk when it faces a skidding Sta. Lucia on July 23.

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Petron completes prelims sweep of Generika, grabs solo second-seed

Petron completed a head-to-head sweep of Generika Ayala after another three-set victory, 26-24, 25-12, 25-18, on Tuesday in the second-round of Philippine Superliga (PSL) All Filipino Conference 2019 at the S.T.R.IK.E. Gym in Bacoor.

Exactly a week after their straight-set first-round encounter, the Blaze Spikers re-asserted their mastery over the Lifesavers, picking up their seventh consecutive victory to maintain their grab on solo second.

The defending champs are now at 7-1 while last year’s bronze medalists absorbed their third loss in eight games.

Bernadeth Pons paced Petron with 17 kills and ace for game-high 18 points, while Remy Palma added 15 hits off eight attacks, three aces, and a pair of denials.

The opening frame went down the wire with eventual winners Petron relying on Pons, Palma, and Ces Molina as Generika leaned on Patty Orendain and Fiola Ceballos.

Gaining heat, the Blaze Spikers dominated in the second set and resisted the Lifesavers in the third after the latter showed some deep grind in the last frame.

“Binalik lang din namin ‘yung confidence kasi nag-slow start kami. Ni-rewind lang din kami ni coach na hindi tayo parang diesel na naman so dapat maging aggressive. Hindi p’wedeng same ‘yung sa last game namin. Sila nag-adjust na din so dapat mas aggressive na kami,” Palma said.

Petron targets with no. 8 against Cignal on Thursday while Generika eyes to bounce back on July 20 versus Foton.

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Foton bags win no. 5 in five-set comeback over Sta. Lucia

The Foton Tornadoes got off to a good start in the second-round of Philippine Superliga (PSL) All Filipino Conference 2019 after completing a come-from-behind win, 18-21, 21-25, 25-18, 25-15, 15-4, on Tuesday against Sta. Lucia at the S.T.R.I.K.E Gym in Bacoor.

The Blue Energy bucked a slow 0-2 start before controlling the next three to claim their fourth straight win whilst keeping the Lady Realtors on a seven-game funk.

Foton zoomed to third place with an improved 4-3 card, while Sta. Lucia fell to 1-7.

Marianne Buitre had a good performance as she scored eight attacks, five aces, and a couple of blocks for 15 tallies.

Sta. Lucia looked good in the early going of the match, pocketing the first and second frames as Foton struggled to find its rhythm.

With the Santiago sisters doing most of the damage while Buitre provided big punches, the ladies in blue erased a two-set deficit as their passing stabilized. The momentum eventually led to a dominant performance in the decider.

The win marked Foton’s first five-setter win while it was Sta. Lucia’s second five-setter loss.

“We had a slow start pero we just stick to the plan. ‘Yung mga sinabi ng coaches namin before the game to go back to basics, I guess nagtuluy-tuloy na rin,” Buitre said.

The Blue Energy, per Buitre, managed to crawl from the setback by starting fresh coming into the third frame and keeping a focused mindset down the stretch.

“As professional volleyball players, hindi na namin p’wedeng sabihin na pressured kami, ganiyan. So ayun, reset. Mahaba pa ‘yung laro, hindi pa tapos ‘yung laro hangga’t hindi pa pumipito ‘yung referee,” she added.

Up next for Foton is PLDT while Sta. Lucia collides with unbeaten F2 Logistics on Thursday.

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