Hyundai E&C, Ginseng E&C advance to KOVO Cup quarterfinals…Roadworks eliminated (overall)

Hyundai E&C has advanced to the semifinals of the 2023 Gumi Dodram Cup professional volleyball tournament after sweeping its three group matches. Last season’s V-League champions, Korea Expressway Corporation, fell short of the quarterfinals.온라인카지노

Hyundai E&C defeated Korea Expressway Corporation 3-1 (25-22 25-17 15-25 25-19) in straight sets in the third match of Group A of the tournament at Park Jung-hee Gymnasium in Gumi, Gyeongbuk, Korea, on February 2.

After winning the first two matches of the group stage, Hyundai E&C punched its ticket to the quarterfinals.

Five players scored double-digit points in the match. Hwang Yeon-ju and Lee Da-hyun combined for 11 points, including three blocked shots, while Na Hyun-soo and Jeong Ji-yoon also had 11 points apiece. Kim Joo-hyang added 10 points.

Hyundai E&C took the lead in the first set.

It took an early lead and allowed an 18-18 tie, but regained the lead with an open attack by Na Hyun-soo and a block by Lee Na-yeon.

At 23-21, Korea Expressway Corporation’s Lee Usumin’s serve went out of bounds to reach set point, and Lee’s moving attack clinched the first set.

After taking a commanding lead, Hyundai E&C had a much easier time in the second set.

Hwang Yeon-joo, Lee Da-hyun, and others racked up points to pull away at 14-8. At 17-13, Lee Da-hyun and Kim Joo-hyang scored three points down the stretch to end Korea Expressway Corporation’s chase.

After dropping two sets in a row, Korea Expressway Corporation fought back to take the third set.

However, Hyundai E&C won four consecutive points, including a service ace by Kim Dain at 14-12 in the fourth set, to take control of the match. At 20-15, Na Hyun-soo’s opener was followed by Lee Da-hyun’s block of Ahn Yerim’s attack to seal the victory.

Korea Express, who defeated regular season champions Heungkuk Sinsung in the V-League championship final last season, finished the group stage of the tournament with a 1-2 record. They finished third in Group A and failed to qualify for the quarterfinals, which are reserved for the top two teams.

They were led by 20 points from Jeon Sae-yan and 15 points from Kim Se-in, but it wasn’t enough to prevent the loss.

KGC Ginseng finished second in Group A behind Hyundai E&C to reach the semifinals.

KGC Ginseng defeated Pepper Savings Bank in straight sets, 3-1 (14-25 25-10 25-18 25-19).

With a 2-1 record in the group stage, KGC Ginseng finished second in Group A and advanced to the quarterfinals.

Pepper Savings Bank had to pack up early after losing all three games.

Lee Sun-woo of KGC Ginseng scored 18 points to lead both teams. Park Eun-jin and Ko Eui-jeong added 15 and 12 points, respectively.

Pepper Savings Bank’s Park Eun-seo was the lone double-digit scorer for the team with 15 points.

Pepper Savings Bank dominated the first set.

After taking an 8-5 lead in the first set, Pepper Savings Bank went on a 17-10 run thanks to a quick opener by Park Eun-seo and a block by Seo Chae-won.

At 22-13, Ha Hye-jin’s back-to-back kills and Park Eun-seo’s block helped the team take control.

KGC Ginseng fought back in the second set.

KGC Ginseng scored six points from 8-5 to widen the gap, while a shaky Pepper Savings Bank struggled on defense and gave up more points.

At 19-8, Lee Han-bi scored a back-attack to reach the 20-point mark, driving a wedge into the match early. In the second set, KGC Ginseng played a clean game without committing a single error.

KGC Ginseng then took the third set and took the lead.

At 18-18, they scored five points in a row, starting with a fastball by Jung Ho-young and an open attack by Lee Sun-woo, and a block by Park Hye-min created a set point.

Park Hye-min then made an open attack to seal the third set.

KGC Ginseng could not stop the momentum.

At the beginning of the fourth set, Park Hye-min scored consecutive points and Lee Sun-woo’s open attack and service ace made it 10-5. At 18-13, Lee Ye-sol scored a quick opener and a timeout to take a 20-point lead.

KGC Ginseng reached match point at 23-18 with a block by Jung Ho-young before Lee Seon-woo hit a quick open attack to seal the win.

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