Middle school v-ball finals rescheduled


Grace Christian Academy 1’s Soleil Lamar gets ready to serve to Agape Christian School 2 during their semis game in the CCOPSA middle school volleyball league last October at the Gilbert C. Ada Gymnasium. GCA 1 won and will face Agape 1 in the finals next month. (Roby N. Pamintuan)

The highly anticipated championship match between Grace Christian Academy 1 and Agape Christian School 1 in the 2018-2019 Commonwealth Coalition of Private Schools Association Middle School Volleyball League has been rescheduled for next month.

According to league chair John Blanco, officials decided to push back the title game that was originally set early this week because they have difficulty in securing a neutral court to host the finale. With the Gilbert C. Ada Gymnasium sustaining massive damage due to Super Typhoon Yutu and other courts also currently either unavailable or unsuitable to host the championship match, CCOPSA league officials have opted to reschedule the game in January (exact date will be announced as soon as a venue is secured)

Blanco advised the general public interested in watching the championship match to like and follow their Facebook page, “CCOPSA Sports,” to get updates regarding the finale and future CCOPSA news.

Meanwhile, Blanco added that CCOPSA will also kick off the varsity and middle school basketball leagues in the first quarter of 2019.

“The basketball schedule has not been finalized, but we intend to start the season in February for varsity,” Blanco stated. “[The varsity season] was originally scheduled for January to coincide with PSS varsity basketball, but since the storm, our CCOPSA seasons got delayed.”

Blanco added that the middle school season will take place shortly after the varsity competition wraps up.


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