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Tiebreaker Times Rans Cojolo, FEU Baby Tams romp UST for seventh straight win ADMU AdU DLSU FEU News NU UAAP UST Volleyball  UAAP Season 82 Boys Volleyball UAAP Season 82 Rjhay Del Rosario Reymart Reyes NU Boys Volleyball Michael Fortuna Lourenz Domingo John Gay Jerold Talisayan Jefferson Marapoc Jay Rack Dela Noche France Racaza FEU Boys Volleyball DLSZ Boys Volleyball Ateneo Boys Volleyball Arvin Bandola Adamson Boys Volleyball

The Far Eastern University-Diliman made short work of the University of Santo Tomas, 25-16, 30-28, 25-22, to remain spotless in the UAAP Season 82 Boys’ Volleyball tournament at the Blue Eagle Gym on Sunday.

Rans Cajolo led the Baby Tamaraws’ onslaught with 20 points on 16 spikes and four blocks. Jerold Talisayan provided 16 points and nine receptions while France Racaza added 12 points, nine receptions and six digs.

“Sinabi ko lang sa mga bata na magpa-kundisyon nang maayos kasi iba na ang labanan dito sa second round. Lahat ng mga kalaban namin pinaghahandaan kami, [kaya] hihigtan pa namin yung paghahanda nila,” coach Rjhay Del Rosario said after FEU won their seventh consecutive match.

Rookie Jay Rack Dela Noche was the lone bright spot for the Tiger Cubs with 12 points. On the other hand, Rey de Vega was held to six points.

UST dropped to 5-3.

In the other matches, the National University-Nazareth School dispatched De La Salle-Zobel, 25-20, 25-19, 26-24, while Adamson University turned back Ateneo, 25-20, 25-22, 25-18.

Michael Fortuna and Reymart Reyes punched in 10 points apiece with the latter adding 11 excellent receptions.

The Bullpups tied the Baby Falcons in fourth place with 4-4 card.

Arvin Bandola had six of NU’s 12 blocks, as he finished with eight points. Michaelo Buddin contributed seven markers off four spikes and three service aces.

Jefferson Marapoc scored all but one of his 14 points from spikes, while team captain John Gay added nine markers. Setter Lourenz Domingo dished out 21 excellent sets and four points for the Baby Falcons.

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Ateneo dropped their fourth straight game and slid to 1-7 overall. Meanwhile, De La Salle-Zobel remained winless in eight matches.

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