El Niueo Diario, Santo Domingo. – On the final day of the XIX Pan American Women’s Volleyball Cup, the Dominican Republic’s Sextet defeated Canada in straight sets this Saturday to compete for the gold medal against Mexico.
Parts 25-15, 25-20 and 25-21 ended in support of the undefeated Caribbean Queens in the regular series (5-0) of the exhibition, which was celebrated successfully at the Ricardo Volleyball Palace. – Giorivar- Arias.
The particular series between these two teams, including last Thursday’s 3-0 (25-11, 25-15, 25-20), is widely supported by the Creole 12-1.
In Quiz Quayana’s 12 wins over Canada in the history of the Pan American Cup, 50 percent shut out (6 times 3-0).
Priscilla Rivera and Kyla Gonzalez scored the best goals for the Dominican team with 14 points respectively.
As for Canada, Hillary Howe, with 11 units, was convicted by Avery Heple and Carolina Livingston with 7 points each.
Dominican team manager Marcos Quick said he was pleased with the decision he made to combine senior players with younger players.
“The mix between the players is efficient and another factor that has allowed us to win is that women give everything against their rivals, without any effort,” Quake said.
Prior to the game, the Constitutional Court of the Republic awarded the tricolor captain Priscilla Rivera a certificate of recognition for her outstanding performance with the country’s best volleyball team.
On his side, the company’s president, Magistrate Milton Ray Guevara, highlighted Rivera’s career with the Dominican team, ranking seventh in the FIVB rankings.
This Sunday ends with a match between the United States and Canada competing for the bronze medal at 5:00 pm, while the match between Mexico and the Dominican Republic ends at 7:00 pm.
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