Santurce, Naranjito, and Corozal win in Puerto Rico’s Women’s Superior League

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, March 3, 2024 – Santurce Cangrejeras (12-5) achieved a quick victory in three sets (25-19, 25-20, and 25-16) against Juncos Valencianas (9-9) at the Roberto Clemente Coliseum in Hato Rey.

With the win, Santurce earned three points to stay at the top of the overall standings of the 204th Women’s Superior Volleyball League (LVSF) tournament with 37 points and distance themselves from the Manatí Atenienses (33).

Andrea Rangel was the only player with double digits for the Cangrejeras with 16 points, 14 on attacks, two on blocks, and six digs. Helena Havelkova contributed nine points, five on attacks, four on blocks, six digs, and 11 passes; Nancy Carrillo and Neira Ortiz with eight points each.

For Juncos, Elissa Alcántara scored 12 points, seven on attacks, one block, and four direct serves; Amethyst Harper with 11 points, eight on attacks, two on blocks, one ace, eight digs, and 11 passes; and Sh’ Diamond Holly with six points, four on attacks, and two blocks.

Pinkin defeat the Criollas

The two-time champion Pinkin of Corozal (11-7) dominated the Criollas of Caguas (8-10) in four sets to claim three points and move up to the third position in the overall standings with 29 points.

Corozal defeated Caguas 18-25, 25-23, 25-14, and 25-17 at the Pepín Cestero court in Bayamón.

After losing the first set, the champions managed to recover at home and in front of their fans to take the next three sets and win the match at home.

Corozal, which did not have Daly Santana tonight, had Emma Clothier as its top scorer with 18 points, 16 on attacks, and two on blocks; Yanlis Feliz with 13 points, 10 on attacks, two on blocks, one ace, 10 digs, and eight passes; Isabella Bergmark with 12 points, 10 on attacks, and two on blocks; 10 from Seliann Concepción, nine of them on attacks, one ace, eight digs, and 15 passes; and setter Julianna Askew with seven points, two on attacks, three on blocks, two direct serves, 13 digs, and 11 assists.

For Caguas, Nia Parker-Robinson with 14 points, all on attacks; Adeola Owokoniran contributed 13 points, 10 on attacks, two on blocks, one ace, five digs, and 17 passes; and Chareika Carrión and Janice Leao with nine points each.

Naranjito surprises Guaynabo

Changas de Naranjito (3-14) earned three points tonight by defeating the Guaynabo Mets (7-11) in four sets at the Gelito Ortega court.

The sets for the Naranjito were 25-18, 18-25, 28-26, and 25-23.

Adanna Rollins was the top scorer of the match and for Changas with 25 points, 21 on attacks, four on blocks, 13 digs, and 11 passes; Kiana Schmitt with 16 points, 13 on attacks, and three on blocks; Génesis Collazo with 14 points, 12 on attacks, two on blocks, and 20 digs; and Kayla Lund with 13 points, 11 on attacks, one block, one ace, 23 digs, and 17 passes.

For Guaynabo, Kyla Swanson with 16 points, 14 on attacks, and two on blocks; Karina Ocasio with 15 points in her return to the court with nine points on attacks, four blocks, two direct serves, and 12 digs; and Haley Bush with 15 points, 11 on attacks, four on blocks, six digs, and 18 passes.

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