Issue of October 7, 2018
     
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Volley athletes league a success
by Ofelia C. Empian

Young volleyball enthusiasts  converged in the third and final stage of the Cordillera Volleyball Developmental League for elementary and secondary schools on Oct. 6.

The event has catered to elementary and secondary schools, according to Cordillera Volleyball Association President Danilo Edwardo.

The event was originally set on Sept. 1 but was rescheduled due to the Batang Pinoy and Milo Little Olympics, for which some referees were called to officiate.

Baguio will also host the Rebisco Girls Volleyball regional finals later this month.

The final stage of this year’s Developmental League will also have an open category.

The University of the Cordilleras Baby Lady Jaguars will defend their title, hoping to make it three in a row. Their biggest rival would be University of Baguio, which they were able to outscore last year.

“It will be very exciting to see the kids complete a sweep of the event,” said UC coach Sherry Ann Floresca, who led her 15-under squad, under the AB Camp, past top-ranked Hope Christian Academy, last July.

Last month, the junior high team almost swept the tournament when it beat UB in the finals. UC gave up a set only during the finals of the 10-team field competition.

The event is aimed at enhancing skills and talents of 15-under volleyball athletes in the region. The developmental volleyball event started out for secondary schools until it branched out to include elementary schools for young volleyball athletes to have an early start in the sport.

 
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