The F2 Logistics Cargo Movers moved one step closer to their golden goal after sweeping the Cocolife Asset Managers, 25-12, 25-22, 25-20, Saturday evening at the Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan City.
Still, decorated tactician Ramil de Jesus knows that they can’t be complacent during the semifinals, as seen in this tilt.
“First two sets happy. Maganda nilaro sa first set; second set madaming unforced errors. Pero nung third set yung iba, ‘di nakasabay sa galaw ng starters,” admitted one of the top UAAP head coaches. “Medyo alanganin sa third set kasi parang ‘di magkakakilala sa loob. Naninibago lang siguro.”
Up two sets to none, the Cargo Movers let their guards down in the third set, as the Asset Managers cut a 17-11 deficit, tying things up at 18-all.
Cha Cruz-Behag was able to score back-to-back points. Then a drop ball courtesy of Kim Fajardo and a Justine Tiu attacking error sealed the deal afterwards.
Majoy Baron powered F2 Logistics with 13 points. Behag chipped in 11 markers while tallying 16 digs in 19 attempts.
Kalei Mau capped her impressive rookie season for the Asset Managers with 10 points, to go along with 13 digs and nine excellent receptions.
Cocolife have won only one a solitary game this conference.
With the win, the Cargo Movers will hold the twice-to-beat advantage entering the semifinals of the Chooks-to-Go/Philippine Superliga All Filipino Conference. F2 Logistics will take on the Generika-Ayala Lifesavers on Tuesday in Muntinlupa.