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NCAA 98: John Enarciso guides Perps to sweep of CSB, to 4-0 slate

University of Perpetual Help System DALTA swept College of St. Benilde, 25-18, 26-24, 25-15 to remain undefeated in the NCAA Season 98 Men’s Volleyball Tournament on Tuesday at San Andres Complex in Manila.

Altas maintained their unbeaten streak with a 4-0 record, while Benilde fell to 1-3 in the standings.

The match was a nail-biter, especially during the second set, but the Altas managed to pull away in the third and secured their first double-digit lead of the game, 21-11, with a powerful attack from Louie Ramirez.

Despite a valiant effort, Benilde could not recover from the deficit, and the Altas handed them their third loss of the season.

John Enarciso tossed 18 excellent sets and two points, while Ramirez added 17 markers to the Altas’ tally.

For the Generals, Georgie Guani finished with 17 points all coming from attacks. Leonard Jaboli and Bryan Dumaran had 15 and 11 receptions apiece.

Meanwhile, Emilio Aguinaldo College showed exceptional composure in their game against Colegio de San Juan de Letran, which resulted in a 25-23, 25-22, 27-25 sweep.

The match was a close contest, with both teams displaying their tenacity and skill. However, EAC’s late-game dominance proved to be the deciding factor in the match.

The game was tied at 25 during the third set when Joshua Pitogo launched a powerful strike that Letran’s Knights could not block. EAC finished the match with a block from Letran’s Lou Ambrocio’s attack.

Joshua Ramilo led the Generals with 17 points off of 16 attacks and a block, together with 16 excellent receptions. Joshua Pitogo added 19 markers.

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For the Knights, Vince Himzon finished with 15 points, while Ambrocio added 13 excellent receptions.

EAC improved to a 2-1 record, while Letran dropped to 1-2.

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