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Navy and VNS – At Paco Arena in Manila on Tuesday, the PGJC-Navy Sealions defeated Santa Rosa City in three sets, 25-12, 25-11, and 25-22, putting an end to Santa Rosa City’s hopes of advancing to the semifinal playoffs of the Spikers’ Turf Open Conference. The victory ended Santa Rosa City’s chances of advancing to the semifinal playoffs.

The majority of Umandal’s 12 points were scored down the stretch when the Sealions were forced to dig deeper to thwart their young opponents’ last-ditch attempt to extend the match. This occurred at the same time that VNS-One Alicia defeated Army 25-20, 25-16, 26-28, 25-21 to complete the cast of the Final Four later on.

Navy finished with a record of 5-1, which was based on a four-win streak that was completed by its upset victory over Cignal HD in four sets on September 13.

“We’re ecstatic about the victory. “We really prepared hard for this and it primed us for the semis battle,” said Navy coach Cecil Cruzad, whose wards brace for a grind against the unbeaten National U-Sta. Elena and Cignal HD in the next round, which is also a round robin phase. In the previous round, the Navy defeated Cignal HD, and the next round will also be a round robin.

At the end of the season, Santa Rosa finished with just one victory to show for their six games played, which tied them with Ateneo-Fudgee Bar.

Cruzad continued by saying, “We always feel that our team is strong, and the players confirmed this by assisting each other to achieve their goal.”

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Jemmy Entig and Peter Quiel each pumped in eight points as the Sealions unleashed 43 attack points, more than double the City Lions’ 23-hit effort. Greg Dolor matched Umandal’s production to equal his own, and he contributed eight points as well.

At Paco Arena in Manila on Tuesday, the PGJC-Navy Sealions defeated Santa Rosa City in three sets, 25-12, 25-11, and 25-22, putting an end to Santa Rosa City’s hopes of advancing to the semifinal playoffs of the Spikers’ Turf Open Conference. The victory ended Santa Rosa City’s chances of advancing to the semifinal playoffs.

The majority of Umandal’s 12 points were scored down the stretch when the Sealions were forced to dig deeper to thwart their young opponents’ last-ditch attempt to extend the match. This occurred at the same time that VNS-One Alicia defeated Army 25-20, 25-16, 26-28, 25-21 to complete the cast of the Final Four later on.

Navy finished with a record of 5-1, which was based on a four-win streak that was completed by its upset victory over Cignal HD in four sets on September 13.

“We’re ecstatic about the victory. “We really prepared hard for this and it primed us for the semis battle,” said Navy coach Cecil Cruzad, whose wards brace for a grind against the unbeaten National U-Sta. Elena and Cignal HD in the next round, which is also a round robin phase. In the previous round, the Navy defeated Cignal HD, and the next round will also be a round robin.

At the end of the season, Santa Rosa finished with just one victory to show for their six games played, which tied them with Ateneo-Fudgee Bar.

Cruzad continued by saying, “We always feel that our team is strong, and the players confirmed this by assisting each other to achieve their goal.”

Jemmy Entig and Peter Quiel each pumped in eight points as the Sealions unleashed 43 attack points, more than double the City Lions’ 23-hit effort. Greg Dolor matched Umandal’s production to equal his own, and he contributed eight points as well.

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