Cobras pocket second win in Shakey’s Volleyball

By: Jade S. Violeta August 21,2014 - 03:43 PM

The Southwestern University (SWU) Baby Cobras sustained their fiery form in the Central and Eastern Visayas leg of the Shakey’s Girls Volleyball Season 12 yesterday at the Aznar Coliseum along Urgello Street in Cebu City.

The Jordan Paca-coached Baby Cobras bagged their second win in as many games with a 25-10, 25-4 win over Mary Help of Christians School.
The Baby Cobras started their campaign with a hard-fought three-set victory over Don Gerardo Ouano Memorial National High School.

Pajo National High School tied the Baby Cobras at the top in Bracket B by logging a 25-3 and 25-3 win over Paref-Southcrest.

The two co-leaders were to play later in the day yesterday.

Maybelle Rose Cabaron of University of San Jose-Recoletos spikes against Patricia Almira and Evonne Hayco of HIJAS during their game in the Shakey’s Girls Volleyball League Eastern and Central Visayas Leg at Aznar Coliseum. (CDN PHOTO/LITO TECSON)

Defending Central Visayas leg champions University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R) Baby Jaguars, for their part, started their title-retention bid with a dominating 25-7, 25-5 win over Hijas de Cebu in Bracket A.

The Baby Jaguars are gunning for a return trip to the Battle of Champions. They made it to the final round last year but lost to Hope Christian School.

St. Theresa’s College (STC) and Don Gerardo were still playing against each other as of this writing.

Also set to play last night were University of Southern Philippines-Foundation (USP-F) versus Sacred Heart School-Ateneo de Cebu./CORRESPONDENT JADE S. VIOLETA

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