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Creamline Sweeps Choco Mucho, Completes PVL “Three Rounds”

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Creamline Cool Smashers in PVL All-Filipino Conference Game 2 against Choco Mucho on Saturday at the Araneta Coliseum. – PVL PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines—Despite missing two stars, Creamline remained invincible to complete a “treble” in the Premier Volleyball League All-Filipino Conference on Saturday.

Even their sister team’s toughest challenge in Game 2 couldn’t stop the Cool Smashers from going all the way to the top as they held off the Choco Mucho Flying Titans in a five-set thriller to cap off their season with a title . clinching a 22-25, 25-20, 29-27, 24-26, 15-12 victory in front of a record crowd of 24,459 at Sensible Araneta Coliseum.

Creamline looked to Tots Carlos and Jema Galanza throughout the match, but it was Alyssa Valdez, who scored two championship-clinching kills to capture her fifth All-Filipino title and seventh crown overall, reaffirming her status as the most successful club in the breast. the league.



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The Cool Smashers were forced into a fifth set, where they lost early, 3-6, needing a spark from Valdez and positioning players Michele Gumabao and Jeanette Panaga to steal momentum and take a 13 lead -11.

Valdez had a base hit to take his team to the championship, 14-11, before Sisi Rondina saved a point for Choco Mucho. The three-time PVL Most Valuable Player capped off his strong run with a championship-clinching kill, leading to a wild celebration in front of a historic Philippine volleyball crowd.

The Cool Smashers have won all 15 games in this conference, even without Jia De Guzman and Ced Domingo, who compete for the Denso Airybees in Japan and Nakhon Ratchasima in Thailand, respectively.

It was the biggest PVL event so far, featuring 12 teams, but Creamline remained unfazed and swept the All-Filipino for the third time after its strong runs in the 2019 and 2022 editions.

The Cool Smashers won two of three tournaments this year – each from the all-Filipino conferences – only losing the invitational final to Japanese team Kurashiki Ablaze.

After losing the first set, Creamline never wavered, displaying their championship poise in the second and third sets under pressure as they scored eight straight points in the second game, capped by Galanza’s block on Maddie Madayag to tie the match at one set each. .

Carlos powered the Cool Smashers into the neck-and-neck third set, which included four ties before Carlos put his team back on level terms with the set, 28-27. Bernadeth Pons delivered the decisive assault for Creamline.

The Cool Smashers failed to come back from a 21-24 deficit in the fourth set as Maddie Madayag’s shot and an assault error from the defending champion allowed the Flying Titans to put pressure on a decider.

Choco Mucho settled for a silver medal in his first-ever finals appearance since joining the league in 2019.


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