Cargo Movers Outshine Chameleons for Dominant Victory in PVL

F2 Logistics Secures First Win in PVL All-Filipino Conference Against Nxled

In a display of solid defense, F2 Logistics emerged victorious against neophyte team Nxled, winning 25-20, 25-14, 25-16 in the Premier Volleyball League (PVL) All-Filipino Conference. The thrilling match took place at the Ynares Center in Antipolo City on Tuesday, Oct. 24.

Led by Majoy Baron and Ivy Lacsina, F2 Logistics put up a strong defensive front, accounting for eight of the team’s 12 blocks. This stellar defense propelled the Cargo Movers to their first win in the conference, ending their two-game losing streak.

Lacsina also contributed significantly on offense, delivering powerful down-the-line smashes and racking up an impressive 15 kills, totaling 19 points for the match. Jolina Dela Cruz also showcased her attacking prowess, gathering all 10 points from attacks alone.

The game started off slow, with both teams committing several errors. However, F2 Logistics managed to pick up momentum, spearheaded by Lacsina and Dela Cruz carrying the team forward.

F2 Logistics continued to dictate the tempo in the second set, but Nxled put up a strong fight in the third set, taking an early 6-3 lead. However, this turned out to be Nxled’s last stand, as F2 Logistics relied on their cohesion and experience to ultimately prevail.

Kim Fajardo also made significant contributions to the F2 Logistics victory, earning 11 points and delivering two aces. Team captain Aby Maraño and Ara Galang also added 14 points to the team’s total.

In contrast, Nxled struggled to find their rhythm. Lycha Ebon was the only player to score in double figures with 11 points, while Jho Maraguinot and Krish Macaslang were limited to 7 and 5 points, respectively.

The Chameleons had difficulty executing all-around plays, managing only 27 kills, one block, and two aces. In contrast, F2 Logistics recorded 42 attacks, 12 blocks, and seven aces.

With this win, F2 Logistics now holds a 1-1 win-loss record, while Nxled falls to the same record. The PVL All-Filipino Conference continues to showcase thrilling matches as teams vie for dominance.

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