Honduras will now advance to the fifth-place place on Saturday at 13:00 and will face Guatemala, while Curacao will play St. Vincent and the Grenadines at 11:00 on Saturday for seventh place.
Ricardo Vasquez led Honduras with 17 points, while teammates Jose Vasquez contributed 15 points and Frank Alley 13 points.
Quinten Anthony paced Curacao with 26 points while Jurcham Meulens followed with 21 points.
Honduras benefited from 44 Curacao errors in the match to its own 22 in offsetting Curacao’s 59-48 margin in kills. Honduras held a slim 9-7 block advantage.
Honduras rattled off three straight for a 23-22 lead in the opening set. Curacao saved two set points and gained the lead at 26-25 and won the set 27-25 on an ace by Quinten Anthony. Honduras opened a 7-1 advantage in the second set, but Curacao rallied to within 11-9. Honduras answered with three quick points assuming a 14-9 lead and maintained the momentum for a 25-19 victory. Curacao recovered from an 8-5 deficit in the third set to level the score at 10-all. Honduras maintained a slim lead until Curacao tied the set at 23-all with back-to-back points, but Honduras put the set away at 27-25 on its third set-point chance. After Curacao rallied to tie the fourth set at 11-all, Honduras rolled to a 16-12 advantage and capped the match with a 25-19 victory.