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Creamline thoroughly romps Iriga-Navy for first win streak



Tiebreaker Times Creamline thoroughly romps Iriga-Navy for first win streak News PVL Volleyball  Tai Bundit Kyla Atienxa Jia Morado Jema Galanza Iriga City-Navy Lady Oragons Egay Rusit Divine Eguia Creamline Cool Smashers Alyssa Valdez 2018 PVL Season 2018 PVL Open Conference

The Creamline Cool Smashers barely faced any resistance while romping the Iriga-Navy Oragons, 25-13, 25-12, 25-9, for their second win in the PVL Open Conference at the FilOil Flying V Centre.

Creamline quickly finished off the Oragons, needing just an hour and 10 minutes. The Cool Smashers established the drubbing through a decisve 41-12 spiking advantage.

“Siguro maganda lang talaga ‘yung gising namin as a team,” said Creamline team captain Alyssa Valdez. “Everyone had such a great game today. Everyone did their role really well. We’re just hoping na we continue this streak into our next games.”

The four-time PVL Most Valuable Player dished out 16 points to go with 12 digs. Adamson University standout Jema Galanza added eight markers and three excellent receptions.

Divine Eguia was the lone bright spot for Iriga, tallying six markers.

Creamline (2-1) will be without starting opposite hitter Michele Gumabao for the next three weeks, as she will be competing in the Miss Globe pageant.

The Cool Smashers will face the Adamson-Akari Lady Falcons (0-3) on Wednesday at the same venue. Iriga (0-5) take on the Ateneo-Motolite Lady Eagles (2-1) on Saturday.

The Scores

Creamline (3) – Valdez 16, Galanza 8, Gumabao 6, Manadapat 6, Sato 6, Gutierrez 4, Bravo 2, Morado 2, Maninang 1, Cabanos 0, Cayetano 0, Atienza (L), Gohing (L)

Iriga-Navy (0) – Eguia 6, Amaro 3, Bombita 3, Cabriana 2, Mendoza 2, Madulid 1, Martinez 1, Acuna 0, Guyguyon 0, Parin 0, Ramas 0, Urriza 0, Ticar (L)

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Miguel Luis Flores fell face first into sports writing in high sch9l and has never gotten up. He reluctantly stumbled into the volleyball beat when he started with Tiebreaker Times three years ago. Now, he has waded through everything volleyball - from its icky politics to the post-modern art that is Jia Morado's setting.