She’s done it all for La Salle before. This time, she’s doing it all for F2 Logistics.
Cha Cruz-Behag, otherwise known as Ms. Everything for her usual all-around performance, proved time and again that she deserves to be called such moniker.
Amid her subpar four-points performance in their straight-set beating against Petron in Game 1 of the All-Filipino Conference Finals, Cruz-Behag woke up just in time to deliver the goods for F2 Logistics in Game 2.
The 30 year-old open spiker is all over the stats sheet in their four-set victory against Petron yesterday, including the two off-the-block points to force a winner-take-all Game 3 match tomorrow.
— Two City Trails (@TwoCityTrails) December 18, 2018
Cruz-Behag finished the game with 13 points highlighted by nine attacks, three aces, and a block. On top of this scoring performance, the former De La Salle University stalwart also managed to rack 25 excellent digs (69.44 percent success rate) and 15 excellent receptions (46.87 percent success rate) for a triple-double performance.
For Cruz-Behag, she did not do this all alone, but got ample support from her teammates.
“We worked as a team today,” she said in a post-game interview. “Maganda ‘yung chemistry at less errors [compared to Game 1] and nag-focus kami doon sa strength ng bawat isa.”