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Cignal, led by Ysay Marasigan, continues to be undefeated in the PNVF Champions League

Nov 8, 2022

On Monday at the PhilSports Arena, CIGNAL overcame a loss in the second set to defeat Basilan, 25-18, 21-25, 25-11, 25-12, and maintain its perfect record in the Philippine National Volleyball Federation (PNVF) Champions League.

The HD Spikers were led by Ysay Marasigan’s 18 points, which included three blocks and two service aces. Wendel Miguel added two blocks for a 10-point performance, and Marck Espejo contributed 10 points as well.

The Philippine Sports Commission, Rebisco, PLDT, Philippine Olympic Committee, Cignal HD, One Sports, Cignal Play, F2 Logistics, and Amigo Segurado supported the HD Spikers, who went 2-0 in Pool A. Coach Dexter Clamor anticipated a better performance going into the HD Spikers’ final two pool assignments of the competition.

“The team is getting complacent if they feel that they can win easily,” Clamor stated  “We have a lot of unforced errors during the first game and the second game. We are working out for those unforced errors. Hopefully in our next game, we could minimize our unforced errors so we can get good results.”

The Tennun Spikers, led by Al-Nasi Amilbahar’s eight points, lost and are now 0-1 overall.

After defeating VNS Quezon City by scores of 25-15, 25-14, and 25-20, PGJC-Navy moved into first place in Pool A, passing Cignal.

After bashing Bulacan 25-14, 25-12, 25-21, Jayrack De La Noche added two blocks and two service aces to end with 14 points. Gadpray Aresgado added 13 points on 12-of-20 attempts as Bacolod improved to 2-0 in Pool B.

On Sunday in Pool B, North Cotabato defeated Aklan with a 25-10, 25-13, and 25-17 victory to get to 2-0.

For the G-Spikers, who had eight service aces, Jao Umandal, Kim Malabunga, Fauzi Ismail, and Jayvee Sumagaysay each scored seven points, and Arnold Bautista added six.

Imus City defeated Bulacan by scores of 25-14, 25-22, and 25-19 to avenge its opening-day defeat against North Cotabato.

The AJAA Spikers were led by Madz Gampong’s 15 points, Hero Austria’s 10 points, and Ronniel Rosales’ nine points. Nine of Imus’ eleven blocks came from the trio as a group.

Army Taguig City defeated UE Manila in a thrilling Pool C match, 22-25, 25-18, 19-25, 25-20, 15-13, with PJ Rojas scoring 16 points and Benjaylo Labide contributing three blocks for 13 points. This victory brought the team’s record to 1-1.

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