The Dominican team, Queens of the Caribbean, dominated the Puerto Rican team 3-0 in the Norseca Final Six tournament yesterday at the Ricardo Gioriber Arias Volleyball Palace.
The Dominicans defeated Puerto Ricans (25–11, 25–22, 25–17), retaining the tournament lead with a record of 3 wins and zero losses.
“The Queens of the Caribbean” added a link to the wider series of victories over Puerto Ricans, Against those who haven’t lost since the 2012 Grand Prix, Which happened in Japan (3-2).
However, “Betty” de la Cruz demolished the welcome to “Las Nanas” with powerful jump serves, leading to a seven-point rally that put the Dominican 8–3 ahead in time for technical time. The locals won the first half 25-11.
Select “Island”He improved his level significantly in the second set. A score from zone four by veteran Stephanie Enright brought Puerto Rico closer to 14–13, an advantage that remained minutes later (22–21). A blast from Breylin Martinez gave the Dominican a 25-22 victory.
In the third set he dominated technical times of 8–3 and 16–8, which led to leader Morales prompting some of his reserve players to participate, noting that The tournament will end on Saturday and there is no day off.
outstanding performance In the offensive section by the winners, Gala Gonzalez with 13 points, including ten spikes, two blocks and an ace; Breylin Martinez 11, Yonqueira Pea and Yinri Martinez 8 each.
Karina Ocasio and Brittany Obercrombie scored nine points each as they lost.
Tomorrow’s other matches
Mexico and the United States Victory
Mexico defeated Cuba in five sets (25-19/23-25/20-25/25-17/11-15) during the first match of the third day of the event., Aime Margarita Topte commanded the offensive for Mexico, with 22 marks.
The United States defeated Canada 3–0 (25–19, 25–22 and 25–22) to record 2 wins and one loss in the tournament. The offensive attack of the victors was led by N.N. Reed and Danielle Drew did with 12 points.
Final Six action continues this Wednesday with a match between Mexico vs Mexico. Puerto Rico, 3:00 p.m. The United States and Cuba close the day at 5:00 p.m., and the Dominican Republic and Canada at 7:00 p.m.