Holy Family School’s Familian Spikers concluded the week-long Ahtletic Association of Private Schools (AAPS) District 4 volleyball tournament with a 5-0 record and was hailed the champions of the series.
The Spikers secured their third AAPS title after beating St. Joseph’s College in the championship game, 25-13, 25-7, 25-18 and afterwards gaining four individual awards.
The team smoothly swept the People of Grace Christian School’s volleyball team, 25-10, 25-8 on the first day of the league accompanied by Gwen Lubrin’s 8 points.
Dominance was what the Spikers exhibited in their next game versus St. Paul University. Erin Navarro and Nirvana Ombid equipped their team with a down-the-line and a crosscourt hit, respectively, therefore, beating their opponent in two sets 25-6, 25-11.
Navarro led her team with a finishing block against Immaculate Concepcion Cathedral School last Wednesday, 25-12, 25-17 to continue their winning streak.
Keem Jacob helped keep the Spikers’ flame burning after leading with 5 points in their game against Trinity University of Asia, 25-15, 25-16 giving them their ticket to the finals.
An awarding ceremony was held consequent to the final games to recognize the best teams and players. The mythical six awards went to:
Sigrid Claire Amorin – Best Libero
Keemberlee Ann Jacob – Best Setter
Alyssa Mariel Spiker – Best Server
Tricia Gayle Balagat – Most Valuable Player, Best Server
Also in the competition, our Elementary volleyball team finished First runner-up. With the mythical six included:
Cassandra San Lorenzo – Best Server
Ianna Reyes – Best Setter
Kim Mary Jane Anuran – Best Spiker