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F2 Logistic Cargo Movers rout Baguio City Highlanders in Champions League

The F2 Logistics Cargo Movers put on a show as they whooped the Baguio City Highlanders in three sets, 25-12, 25-10, 25-6, in the Philippine National Volleyball Federation Champions League on Sunday at the Aquamarine Recreational Center.

Kim Kianna Dy made 13 points for the Cargo Movers, who needed only a little over an hour to get the victory and improve to 2-0 in this tournament. The Lady Highlanders dropped to their second straight loss.

Baguio City couldn’t find an antidote to F2 Logistics’ strong start in each set, allowing coach Ramil de Jesus to shuffle his vastly-talented roster.

“We gave the other players exposure—just in case we’ll need them in future matches,” said De Jesus, whose team faces PetroGazz on Monday. “At least I see who I can get to in certain times.”

One of them was Ara Galang, who as a second set starter, produced two service aces that pushed the Cargo Movers to an 8-1 start.

Kim Dy
Kim Dy

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,” De Jesus said.

Galang, who finished with five points and two digs, is trying to bring the old form that made her a fan favorite at De La Salle.

“I’m taking it one game at a time, day-by-day. I’m focused on what I can contribute the team,” Galang said. “I just stayed focused, not only every game day. I need to trust myself.”

F2 Logistics zoomed ahead 14-0 in the third set but Baguio City got its first point on substitute setter Rem Cailing’s service error. Cailing scored all of her seven points from the service zone while Majoy Baron chipped in six points for the Cargo Movers.

De Jesus is looking forward to their 4 p.m. Monday match against the Angels.

“We need to be ready against PetroGazz. They have a deep rotation,” De Jesus said. “We need to see their weakness.”

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