18. 03. 2018

KOR M: The 30+ points display of Ter Horst gives Bluefangs 1-0 lead in playoff semis vs. Jumbos

Source: kovo.co.kr; Photo: bluefangs.co.kr

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Daejeon Samsung Fire & Marine Bluefangs took the lead in the Korean men’s volleyball championship 2017-2018 Dodram Variety League (V-League) playoff semifinals against Incheon Korean Air Jumbos.

 

In front of nearly 3,000 spectators at Daejeon Chungmu Gymnasium, which is half the capacity of the venue, the hosts Bluefangs (No.2) defeated Jumbos (No.3) by a 3-1 (28-26, 21-25, 25-19, 25-22) in Game 1 of the 2017-2018 V-League semifinals. The Bluefangs need one more win to advance to the finals and play top-seed Cheonan Hyundai Capital Skywalkers.

The Dutchman Thijs ter Horst topped the winning side with 31 points while Slovenian Mitja Gasparini and Jung Ji-Seok scored 18 points apiece for the Jumbos.

Game 2 is scheduled for March 20 at Jumbos’ home ground Incheon Gyeyang Gymnasium.

 

To see complete results, stats, and standings, visit our KOR National Championship 2017/2018 / Male / Seniors page. 

 

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