Corporate volleyball winds up week 4

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After week 4’s games on March 22, the results of the Camana Bay Corporate Volleyball Coed League are:

M&C d. Dart 25-18, 23-25, 15-5

Maples & Calder had to fight back to defeat Dart in three sets. For Maples & Calder, Steve Ashworth recorded 2 service aces and 2 kills, and Manuel Borden managed to take 1 service ace, 1 kill and 3 defensive digs. D&T d. CNB 25-23, 25-21

Deloitte took down CNB in two sets, although CNB kept the scores close. CNB’s standout players were Eric Webster, who got 3 kills, and Quentin Mendez, who made 1 service ace and 1 kill. Abolyn Howell got 1 service ace and 1 kill. For D&T, Alex Verraault got 1 service ace, 2 kills and 2 block kills, and Cory Brown got 2 kills.

PwC d. KPMG 25-14, 14-25, 15-12

PwC took control early in the first set, but the tables turned when KPMG surged in the second. No statistics were recorded.

MFS d. SLV 25-13, 25-17

Maples FS easily defeated Silver Wheaton, with David Bakker’s 4 service aces, 4 kills and 1 block kill. Karlie Cross had 1 service ace and 8 kills. Renald Durand had 1 service ace and 3 kills. SLV’s Luke Lapoint got 3 service aces. Joshua Smith got 2 service aces, 1 kill and 1 block kill. Jahmar Dawkins had 2 service aces, 1 kill and 1 block kill.

Week 5 games are at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 29. For more information, email [email protected] or visit www.facebook.com/caymanisvolleyball or www.civf.ky.

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