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GER M: VfB Friedrichshafen defeated Netzhoppers Königs Wusterhausen in Opening Game of Round 6

by WoV
source: volleyball-bundesliga.de

VfB Friedrichshafen, led by Coach Mark Lebedew, secured a 3-0 victory (25-18, 25-15, 25-18) against Netzhoppers Königs Wusterhausen in the opening game of the Bundesliga Round 6. The match’s standout was MVP Jose Israel Masso Alvarez, who scored an impressive 14 points, a notable feat for a middle blocker, especially one who only recently joined the team.

Jose Israel Masso Alvarez in attack – Photo: Alexander Hoth

Alvarez made an immediate impact, scoring the first attack and adding two aces, positioning himself early as a contender for the most valuable player. The team, including Tim Peter, Jackson Young, Severi Savonsalmi, Michal Superlak, Aleksa Batak, and Nikola Pekovic, showed a strong and cohesive performance. Key plays like Savonsalmi’s ace, Peter’s direct service point, and Superlak’s contribution highlighted Friedrichshafen’s newfound confidence. Jose Israel Masso Alvarez led the match in scoring with 14 points, achieving a 67% attack success rate, 5 block points, and 3 aces. Teammates Michal Superlak, contributing with a 45% attack rate, and George Young Jackson, with a 33% attack rate, 3 block points, and 2 aces, each scored 9 points. On the side of Netzhoppers Königs Wusterhausen, Jannes Wiesner was the top scorer with 7 points, closely followed by Charlie Peters, who earned 6 points.

Post-match, Coach Lebedew expressed satisfaction, highlighting the successful integration of Masso and setting their sights on the upcoming match against Herrsching in ten days.

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