Antipolo – For Alyssa Valdez, the future of the Crimline is in good hands with the rise of Tots Carlos as the 2022 Premier Volleyball League Open Conference MVP and the rise of his other teammates.
The 28-year-old Spyker, who has won three Conference MVPs, is happy to see another Cool Smasher win the prestigious award and believes this is just the beginning of Carlos’ rise to stardom.
“I bet this is just the beginning for the Tots,” Valdez said after winning the final MVP and helping the Kremlin complete a perfect championship at the Ynares Sports Center here on Friday.
But in addition to Carlos appearing as a scorer at the conference, Crimline captain praised the continuation of former 2019 MVP Gemma Galanger, the great drama of Zia Morado, the solid frontline formed by Celine Domingo and Jeanette Panaga, as well as Libero’s steady floor defense. Kayla Etienza.
“For Jema Galanjar, for Sid, for Zia too, for the pain. Everyone really contributes. Kayla Etienzao. They really gave them all here. I see growth not only in their drama, but also as individuals, ”he said.
As he ages, Valdez is thrilled that new stars are emerging for the Crimeline as their squad hopes to add more championships to their upcoming franchise titles in the upcoming conference and season.
“As an eight, who is getting older, it’s great to see everyone move forward and perform and take on the responsibility that they can lead the team in every game,” he said.
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