The F2 Logistics Cargo Movers remained undefeated after routing the Baguio Lady Highlanders, 25-12, 25-10, 25-6, in the Philippine National Volleyball Federation Champions League (PNVF) Sunday, Nov. 21 at the Aquamarine Recreational Center.
Kim Kianna Dy led the Cargo Movers with 13 points and helped the club improve to a 2-0 record while Ara Galang finished with five points.
Rem Cailing also hammered seven points all coming from the service area while Majoy Baron added six points for F2.
“We gave the other players exposure—just in case we’ll need them in future matches,” said De Jesus.” At least I see who I can get to in certain times.”
Galang, a second set started, spearheaded the pace for F2 as she fired two service aces en route to a commanding 8-1 lead.
In the third set, it was all the Cargo Movers as they unloaded a 14-0 run before the Highlanders scored their first point off a Cailing service error.
“I know where Ara came from. If you don’t know as a player, it’s so hard for the coaches to know what to expect from her right now. Time will come when she’ll show what she can offer,” added the multi-titled tactician.
The Cargo Movers will face the Angels on Monday, Nov. 21 at 4 p.m.
Meanwhile, Baguio fell to their second straight loss in the tournament.