Connect with us

GSPN

KOTTE IMPROVES TO 5-0

[sixcol_five_last]

By Errol Alegre, Jr.

GMHA’s Joseph Fantonalgo gets the kill past Kotte’s Kin Charfaurous. (photo by Regina Shiroma)

After two sets of GovGuam Coed Volleyball League action Team Kotte defeated GMHA 25-19, 25-14 at the DPR sports complex and remain to be the only undefeated team at 5-0 in the Tasi division.

The lead switched back and forth to begin the first set as each team committed numerous unforced errors. It wasn’t until Kotte’s Kin Charfaurous slammed down a monstrous kill off a long pass from GMHA to give his team their biggest lead of the set at 16-10. But GMHA did not give up and was able to go on a 7-0 run that included an ace and a couple kills from Joseph Fantonalgo and three straight Kotte errors. However, the 17-16 lead was the last time GMHA would be able to mount the defending champions as it was their last lead for the game. After two straight kills from Kotte’s John Chaco and six straight unforced errors from GMHA, Charfaurous was able to spike down another kill to give Kotte the first set at 25-19.

http://iconnectasia.com/iconnectguam/Team Kotte picked up right where they left off to begin the second set as they went on a 7-2 run that featured the highlight play of the game that had Kotte’s Charfaurous slamming a hard kill through the GMHA defense off a beautiful quick set from teammate Sonda Yatar. GMHA was able to break the ice on offense off an ace to put the score at 7-3. Kotte’s John Chargualaf answered back with three straight kills of his own and

Kotte’s Kin Charfaurous slams down one of his seven kills for the game. (photo by Regina Shiroma)

from then on, the smooth-grooving Kotte offense committed only four unforced errors and was able to keep GMHA at bay to take the win and drop GMHA’s record below 50% at 2-3.

Charfaurous and Chargualaf had seven kills to lead Kotte while Chaco chipped in six.

In the losing effort, Fantonalgo tallied five kills for GMHA.

[/sixcol_five_last][useful_banner_manager_banner_rotation banners=44, 51, 14 interval=8 width=120 height=600 orderby=rand]

[fbshare url=”http://www.gspnlive.com/?p=17114″ type=”button”][fblike url=”http://www.gspnlive.com/?p=17114″ style=”standard” showfaces=”false” width=”450″ verb=”like” font=”arial”]

Ad

Athletes Birthdays by W5

GPS Sports Calendar

August

September 2021

October
SU
MO
TU
WE
TH
FR
SA
29
30
31
1
2
3
4
Events for September

1st

No Events
Events for September

2nd

Events for September

3rd

Events for September

4th

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Events for September

5th

Events for September

6th

No Events
Events for September

7th

No Events
Events for September

8th

No Events
Events for September

9th

No Events
Events for September

10th

No Events
Events for September

11th

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Events for September

12th

No Events
Events for September

13th

No Events
Events for September

14th

No Events
Events for September

15th

No Events
Events for September

16th

No Events
Events for September

17th

No Events
Events for September

18th

No Events
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Events for September

19th

No Events
Events for September

20th

No Events
Events for September

21st

No Events
Events for September

22nd

No Events
Events for September

23rd

No Events
Events for September

24th

No Events
Events for September

25th

No Events
26
27
28
29
30
1
2
Events for September

26th

No Events
Events for September

27th

No Events
Events for September

28th

No Events
Events for September

29th

No Events
Events for September

30th

No Events

National Guard Athletes

Rose Munoz

An educator, triathlete, mother and Guardsman all in one! The ever active Rose Munoz almost never stops moving, but she’s found a way to balance her busy life while serving from home!

 

Polls

Do you agree with the Executive Order which has halted sporting practices as well as forced postponement of IIAAG and ISA Leagues?

View Results

COMING SOON …

IIAAG & ISA Leagues Postponed (schedules on events calendar)

Guam’s Strongest Man & Woman Competition

QUICK HITS

Captain Morgan: In his fifth pro season in the Japan Professional Basketball League, Morgan Aiken has been named the captain of the Yamaguchi Patriots.
“I’m blessed to officially be voted & named team captain for this season, year 5. Been such a long road, but trust me when I tell you hard work pays off.”
—————————————-
Josh Calvo captures black belt middleweight gold in The Revolution Tournament in Washington. It’s the biggest jiu-jitsu tournament in the Pacific Northwest region.

 

 

 

More in GSPN