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UST, Ateneo High early leaders in UAAP 82 Boys Beach Volleyball

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Tiebreaker Times UST, Ateneo High early leaders in UAAP 82 Boys Beach Volleyball ADMU AdU Beach Volleyball DLSU FEU News NU UAAP UE UP UST  UST Boys Volleyball UPIS Boys Volleyball UE Boys Volleyball UAAP Season 82 Boys Beach Volleyball UAAP Season 82 Reymart Reyes NU Boys Volleyball Mikka Mendoza Miguel Castro Jvon Berdin John Lithuania JM Apolinario Jelord Talisayan Jefferson Marafol Jay Rack Dela Noche Jann Mark Pijo Giulian San Juan Francis Babon FEU Boys Volleyball Evander Novillo DLSZ Boys Volleyball Carl Cabatac Brett Borja Ateneo Boys Volleyball Andre Espejo Alexander Iraya Adamson Boys Volleyball

Jelord Talisayan and Carl Cabatac of Far Eastern University-Diliman earned the distinction as the first-ever UAAP High School Beach Volleyball winners, Saturday at SM Sands by the Bay.

Talisayan and Martinez prevailed over the Bullpups pair of Jann Mark Pijo and Jvon Berdin, 25-23, 21-11.

University of Santo Tomas took a 2-0 card as Jay Rack dela Noche and Alexander Iraya made quick work of Adamson University’s Jefferson Marafol and Evander Novillo, 21-16, 21-19, and later hurdled FEU’s Talisayan and Cabatac, 21-23, 21-15, 15-10.

Ateneo High School also swept its two opening day matches as Giulian San Juan and Mikka Mendoza beat UP Integrated School’s Brett Borja and Miguel Castro, 21-13, 21-14, and De La Salle-Zobel’s Andre Espejo and John Lituania, 21-19, 11-21, 15-8.

University of the East’s Francis Babon and John Michael Apolinario rebounded from a 19-21, 21-14, 14-16 loss to De La Salle-Zobel’s Espejo and Lituania with a 21-7, 21-7 romp of the UPIS pair of Borja and Castro.

Adamson University’s Marafol and Novillo edged NSNU’s Pijo and Reymart Reyes, who replaced Berdin midway in the game, 21-18, 19-21, 15-11, to enter the win column.

It was a competitive opening day featuring four three-setter matches.

High school beach volleyball is introduced by the league as a demonstration sport this season.

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