BACARRA, ILOCOS NORTE — Chery Tiggo got its much-needed confidence booster heading to the final juncture of the elimination round.
And it came in the form of a huge four-set win against the league-leading Creamline, Friday night at the PCV Socio-Civic and Cultural Center.
“Kasi isipin natin malapit na matapos ‘tong round. Kailangan namin ng momentum hanggang dulo hanggang sa makuha namin’ yung goal namin,” shared Santiago.
Coming off a tough five-set loss against Sta. Lucia, the Crossovers learned from their mistakes in time for their most crucial bout in the elimination phase.
Through the lessons from the heart-breaking defeat, Chery Tiggo bounced back in style with a win (25-18, 25-23, 23-25, 25-20) over the Cool Smashers.
The Ageo Medics import fired 20 points built on 15 attacks, three aces, and two blocks to lead Crossovers to a 4-2 standing.
“Masaya kami from loss last Wednesday. Hindi naman sa low morale, pero parang marami kaming natutunan. At the same time, kailangan namin talaga magimprove as a team. Masaya kami as a team. Nag-work talaga ‘yung team work namin and nag-improve talaga, at nag-step up talaga lahat,” shared the import of Ageo Medics.
“Ito talaga ‘yung pinaka nilu-look forward namin na makatapat. Kasi halos lahat ng teams, ‘pag tinanong mo sino ba ‘yung pinaka-gusto niyong kalaban, ‘yun nga Creamline.”