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Apprentice panalo sa SPIS Open Men’s V-League

Ni Marlon Baris Vicente
Riyadh-Saudi Arabia
April 3, 2017


RIYADH: Malaking tagumpay na maituturing para sa mga Parents and Teachers ng SPIS-Second Philippine International School ang pagtatapos ng 1st SPIS Open Men’s Volleyball League 2017 na ginanap noong April 1, 2017 sa SPIS Quadrangle, dito.

Sa huling yugto ng liga, nagtuos ang Apprentice Reborn at Incredibowls para sa inaasam na championship trophy. Sa huli, pinalad ang Apprentice Reborn na masungkit ang kampiyonato at itanghal na kauna-unahang champion ng nasabing liga. Pumangalawa naman ang Incredibowls, na nagkulang ng bahagya para maagaw ang tropeo sa Apprentice.

Kabilang naman sa listahan na bumuo ng mga nanalo ay Down The Line-2nd runner up at Wahaj-Coneo-3rd runner up, na siyang kumumpleto sa top 4. Ang Mythical Six award naman ay iginawad kina Gerald Francisco, Rey Mendoza, Romeo Soliba, Mark Alden, Mark Q at Rowel Monzon – siya rin hinirang na Most Valuable Player.

Samantala, pinarangalan din ang mga indibidwal na manlalaro na nagpakita ng angking galing sa ibat’t ibang kategorya kagaya na Best Libero-Jeff (Apprentice), Best Receiver-Mark Q (DTL), Best Digger-Francis Das Esteban, Best Server-Rey Mendoza, Best Setter- Rowel Monzon, Best Spiker-Gerald Francisco

Naging tagumpay ang SPIS Open Men’s Volleyball League 2017 sa pamamagitan ng tulong at support ng mga SPIS Parents and Teachers at ang Committee na binubuo nina Ronnie Tadeo-Overall Chairman, Miguelito Austari, Alejandro Lirio, Rommel Castor-League Coordinators, Richard Galicia-SPIS O.I.C at Merlinda Botor-Finance Officer. (Marlon B. Vicente, an OFW freelance writer and event host. E-mail at m.vicente21@yahoo.com).

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