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La Salle gives Valdez a blue farewell

Sunday, 01 May 2016 00:00 Published in Sports

De la Salle University gave retiring collegiate star Alyssa Valdez a rude sendoff when the Lady Archers bamboozled their archrivals, the now-ousted Lady Eagles, 19-25, 25-21, 25-16, 25-16, that brought back the UAAP women’s volleyball crown from the Araneta Coliseum to Taft Avenue.
All Valdez received a standing ovation from the 22,848 fans when she bid her farewell in tears, and half of them sang the Ateneo hymn in her honor in gracious acceptance of the Eagles’ runner-up trophy.
Valdez fired 31 hits in her effort to give keep the crown for the Eagles, but the Archers were all over the net, blocking many of their rivals’ attempts to score in a repeat of their Game One strategy, which Ateneo had solved in Game Two.
The Lady Spikers tallied nine of their 10 blocks in the last three sets, with Majoy Baron and Mika Reyes combining for eight.
"Yung blocking ang strength ng team talaga. Mahirap hanapin sa bawat team yung ganoon," said coach Ramil de Jesus, architect of La Salle's success since the start of the new millennium.
The Lady Spikers won their ninth title overall, the third best in the league. Only Far Eastern University (29) and University of Santo Tomas (14) have won more championships than La Salle.
"Pinakamahirap ang year na ito dahil very competitive lahat ng teams. Hindi tulad ng dati na iilan lang, bilang lang sa daliri," said De Jesus.
"Ito ang pinakamahirap at pinakamasarap," he added.
Kim Dy had 17 hits in the series-clinching win to become the Finals MVP, Baron came through with 11 points while veteran playmaker Kim Fajardo tossed in 51 excellent sets for the Lady Spikers.
Dy's championship winning spike sent the La Salle gallery in jubilation, ending a two-year wait to get back the crown.
Falling short of winning another title for the Lady Eagles, Valdez had all praises for the Lady Spikers.
"Congratulations to La Salle. They really played well as a team. They are really strong. Our team is so thankful to be here in the Finals," said the 22-year old Valdez.
Still, Valdez, along with her fellow seniors Amy Ahomiro and Mae Tajima will leave their alma mater proud for the two titles they won.
"I love my teammates," said Valdez.
The Lady Spikers' title run served as a grand farewell for Galang, Reyes, Cyd Demecillo and Carol Cerveza, who all completed their playing eligibility.
Maraguinot, said to be Valdez's heir apparent for the next season, chipped in 10 markers for the Lady Eagles.
Just like in Game 1, Ateneo, behind Valdez, opened the match with a 4-0 lead, forcing de Jesus to call an early timeout.
But unlike in the opener where the Lady Spikers' rallied to grab the first set, the Lady Eagles were unstoppable, pulling away with a 10-1 advantage on a Jia Morado ace.
La Salle made a comeback but it could not cross the three-point barrier, the last was at 18-21 on a Dy kill.
Ateneo took the opening frame with Valdez conspiring with Jho Maraguinot, who closed out the set with a service ace with some help of the net.
The Lady Spikers broke away from a 10-10 standoff in the second frame behind Galang, Dy and Fajardo along with Valdez's two four hits violations to grab a 16-10 lead.
The Lady Eagles quickly stormed back and tied the set at 17-17 on a Morado service ace.
Ateneo battled for two more deadlocks before La Salle, with its improved floor defense, tied the match at one set apiece with Galang capping the second frame with a kill.
The Lady Spikers were in control in the third set, as De Jesus' tactic of inserting Carmel Saba for Dy just for defensive purposes worked wonders.

Adamson, UP on course in softball bids

Sunday, 01 May 2016 00:00 Published in Sports

Adamson University and University of the Philippines defeated their respective rivals to bolster their title drives in the women’s open division of the 10th Summer Grand Slam softball tournament presented by Cebuana Lhuillier at the Batangas Sports Complex yesterday.
The defending champion Lady Falcons overpowered the University of the East Lady Warriors, 8-3, while the Lady Maroons pulled off a 1-0 win over the National University Lady Bulldogs in the premier side of women’s play in the annual event sanctioned by the Amateur Softball Association of the Philippines.
The chase for finals berths in the women’s Club section also heated up with Adamson-B edging San Mateo-Rizal to complete a double win in the day for the San Marcelino-based squad.
But Tanauan-A stunned defending champion UP, 6-3, heading to the final day of the weeklong tournament which featured the country’s top teams in the men’s and women’s Open and the men’s and women’s Club.
"We're one day away from determining the champions of this year's Summer Grand Slam tournament and we've been witnessing nothing but a great display of softball skills and exciting competition every single day,” said Asaphil president Jean Henri Lhuillier. I” am very glad that aside from helping these athletes improve their sport and showcase their skills, we’re also providing them a platform to develop the essential values to be successful in life.’
Close to 50 squads are seeing action in the tournament, including softball teams from Indonesia and Malaysia while Philippine Air Force is the defending men’s Open), and the San Antonio Bobcats are the team to beat in the men’s Club. Division.


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