Maya bags silver medal in PVL Season 2 Reinforced Conference

The Maya High Flyers laid it all out on the floor but weren’t able to prevent the Creamline Cool Smashers from winning three straight sets, 25-19, 25-20, 25-11, and the championship trophy in Game 2 of the Premier Volleyball League (PVL) Season 2 Reinforced Conference Finals.

Maya Volleyball Team group in circle

Maya, led by American import Tess Rountree (12 points) and Gretchel Soltones (6), looked exhausted against Creamline (12 blocks to 2)—perhaps still feeling the effects of its grueling semis series vs eventual 2nd Runner-Up BanKo Perlas Spikers.

Maya Volleyball team lady spike the ball towards opposing team

Rountree and Lizlee Ann Pantone (12 excellent digs) being named Best Import and Best Libero of the conference wasn’t enough to energize the High Flyers, who capped their maiden campaign with a respectable 1st Runner-Up finish.

Two Maya Volleyball ladies holding both awards and volleyball

The Cool Smashers, after managing only third place in back-to-back tournaments, followed up on their inspired play from the opening match, and didn’t let up one bit until the waning moments of the closer.

Maya Volleyball Team lady setting up a spike towards opposing team

PVL 1st Best Outside Spiker Alyssa Valdez (19 markers) got ample help from Thai reinforcement Kuttika Kaewpin (12) and Best Opposite Spiker Michele Gumabao (12). Best Setter Julia Morado (29 excellent sets) was hailed Finals MVP.

Maya Volleyball Team facing in front smiling with their medals

Still, that was a heck of a job, High Flyers! These Volleybelles surely have a bright future ahead of them.

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