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Mark Calado powers Dasma to PNVFCL Final showdown with Air Force


LIPA CITY, BATANGAS—The Mark Calado-led Team Dasma has set a date with Go for Gold-Air Force in the PNVF Champions League finals.

The Monarchs fended off VNS, 25-20, 30-28, 20-25, 21-25, 18-16 in the semifinals to book its finals ticket on Friday at the Aquamarine Recreational Center here.

The 20-year-old hitter out of Far Eastern University poured 28 big points to extend Team Dasma’s tournament winning streak to four games.

“Siyempre wala si coach pero sabi nga ni kuya Jayvee, kalmahan lang. Tabla eh so kalma lang. Yun lang nasa isip namin. Tsaka gusto ko lang din talaga manalo,” said Calado.

“Yun lang po nasa isip ko basta gusto ko lang po talaga manalo,” he stressed.

Calado, who also scored two of the Monarchs’ last three points, fired the crucial hit that put Team Dasma at match-point.

The Manileño Spikers then failed to get the ball over in the ensuing play which ended their campaign.

Madz Gampong continued his consistent ways with 17 points while Ronniel Rosales added 13 points.

Kris Silang weaved things together for the Monarchs with 29 excellent sets along with five points.

Team Dasma, who almost fumbled a 2-0 advantage against VNS, played without head coach Norman Miguel, who was quarantined on Friday for breaking health protocols. He had to undergo another Antigen test and will be available on Saturday if he yields a negative result.

Ben San Andres, Ben Labide, and Mark Montemayor each had 16 points for VNS in a losing effort.

The Team Dasma-Go for Gold-Air Force showdown will be tomorrow at 4:00 PM while VNS will battle Global Remit for the bronze medal earlier in the day at 1:30 PM.PNVF-VNS-vs.-Dasma-5580 Mark Calado powers Dasma to PNVFCL Final showdown with Air Force News Volleyball  - philippine sports news

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