MANILA, Philippines – Kianna Dy hosted F2 Logistics’ block party with six blocks, nailing more than the entire Creamline team to spark a five-set win coming from behind by Cargo Movers in the Ball League Enhancement Conference Premier League 2022 pass on Tuesday at Smart Arena Araneta.
The opposite star, who scored 18 points in a 22-25, 23-25, 25-20, 25-19, 15-11 win over the Cool Smashers, said she just wanted to complete her coaching goal number of blocks. coach Benson Bocboc – at least eight.
This time, Dy has even one black one more than the Creamline five.
“Our minimum score is eight because we performed poorly in the first two games. We made eight and seven in the third and fourth games. I told them if we put 10 blocks that might be beyond our team’s capacity,” said Bocboc. “But since Creamline is a strong offensive team and Akari has 12 blocks ahead of them, Chery Tiggo has 10 blocks. We have to stop that.”
Dy has risen to the challenge of her coach, showing off her lightning Final MVP form of season 78gave Alyssa Valdez a rude welcome in her first match back to the Big Dome since Ateneo lost to La Salle in the Finals 3 in 2016.
“Coach Boc gave me that goal. He said I needed to keep an eye on their exposed spikes. He said, it is your duty to block these people, so I took it as a challenge. All right, Coach Boc, I’ll do my best,” Dy said as F2 Logistics nailed 14 blocks.
The 5-foot-11 boxer relied on her acquaintance with her old college rivals to win their much-anticipated first duel with the Cool Smashers.
“We played against Alyssa and Jema during our college years, so we know how they move, how they play, so that’s an advantage,” Dy said. “We studied their game because the players change. In college, they spiked like this. They can also evolve. “
27-year-old Cargo Mover recorded their 14 squares and 14 blanks ahead of the tournament’s No 1 recipients for the tenacity of her teammates, despite collapsing in the first two sets.
True to coach Bocboc’s challenge, they were leading 0-2 in stride.
“The game is not over in just two sets. We all know we’ve worked hard for this moment. That is a challenge for us. We see it as a challenge. We lost two sets, let’s hit five and win this game,” Dy said. “That’s everyone’s opinion. It’s great that everyone has that mindset. We had a goal and we achieved it. “
The victory made Dy more determined to help the team maintain the sublimation momentum between the three-match winning streak with a score of 3-2 until the goal was reached.
“It was a really hard and good match. You can see it is 1-1. We kill a ball, they kill a ball. I think it’s an advantage that we have time to prepare for Creamline. We are playing game by game and we will prepare for our next games. Hopefully, we keep winning,” she said.
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