United States Champion of the South American Volleyball Under-21 Cup – Al Sadd California

La Paz, Baja California Sur (OEM – Informex). – The US national team won the South American Volleyball Women’s Under-21 Championship by defeating the Argentine team in four groups, in an excellent duel that was held tonight on the “arena”. La Paz”, who scored an impressive entry, as both representatives, along with Mexico, achieved qualification for the 2023 FIVB World Championships.

The “stars and stripes” fencing group started by winning the first set 25-20, while Argentina were able to match the measures in the second set by winning 25-21.

The Americans regained their rhythm to win the third set 25-22 and end the clash in the fourth set by a huge margin of 25-14.

In the match for third place, the Mexican team defeated its Chilean counterpart (3-0) (26-24, 25-11, 25-19), to win the bronze medal in the competition, directed. By coach Louis Lyon.

Mexico snatched the first set from Chile, rebounding from a four-point deficit 20-24 in a dramatic close 26-24 and dominating the next two sets. Mexico also beat Chile in consecutive rounds in the group stage.

The winning teams from the top three qualified for the 2023 World Championships

Concluding the closing ceremony, an award ceremony was held under the chairmanship of Bertha Montaño, Minister of Finance on behalf of Governor Victor Castro Cosio, accompanied by Mayor Melina Quiroga Romero; NORCECA President, Cristóbal Marte and INSUDE Director, Gilberto Garciglia Higuera, who were responsible for handing out the medals to the top three winners.

In addition, individual prizes, recognized as the best auctioneers, were awarded to Chloe Chicoine from the United States and Madyson Saris from Canada; The best blockers, Avril Garcia from Argentina and Marcel Baez from Puerto Rico.

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Cassandra Semental from Mexico, Best Reception, Defense and Libro Award. Best Service, Madyson Saris from Canada; Best setter, Regina Perez from Mexico; Best vs. Argentina goal, Valentina Follett; Most Valuable Player, Merritt Besson from the United States.

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