Thursday, September 4, 2008

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Batista: the offensive machine of the Indian Víctor Batista, of the Indians of Mayagüez, averages up to now 4,91 points by partial. (First Hour / File) Wednesday, 3 of September of 2008 Brought up to date 19 hours ago (00:00 to.m.) José Ayala Gordián / First Hour The Dominican reinforcement of the Indians of Mayagüez, Víctor Batista, is found of leader in annotations of the phase to regulate of the League of Male Upper Volleyball (LVSM). Batista, that reinforced last year to the Patriots of Hearths, counts on a total of 363 points, divided into 319 attacks, 18 blockades and 26 direct services. Batista is averaging 4,91 points by partial. In turn, Yosleyder Cove, assailant of the New Giants of Carolina, occupies the second position with a total of 349 points. Of these, 318 they have been in attacks, 16 in blockades and 15 in direct kick-offs. Meanwhile, Damien Scott, of the Patriots, is found in the third place with 347 points. Curt Toppel, of Carolina, is room with 327 so many. While, the colocador of the Banana of Corozal, Fernando Moral, is first in direct services with a total of 32 aces. Toppel continues him with 28 successes, while Batista (26) is third and Scott fourth with 22 successes. Despite that was replaced by the Patriots, the imported Kristopher Kraushaar is of leader on the whole of pass with 363 in 72 partial disputed, good for average of 5,04 by episode. Kraushaar shows off the new mark of more pass in a party of the LVSM with 51. On the other hand, the mayagüezano Angel "Baby" Matías, sweeper of the Indians, is the leader in defenses with 251 raise in 75 partial and average of 3,35 by sleeve. The national sweeper and member of the Patriots, Gregory Berríos, occupies the second place with 236 defenses in 76 partial. José Spanish, of the Mets of Guaynabo, is third with a total of 214 defenses in 76 partial. Matthew Denmark, head office of the Mets, continues of leader in blockades with 50 caps and average of 0,70 by partial. Mannix Román, head office of the Indians, is second with 50 hats, but with average of 0,69 by partial. Josué Núñez, of the Patriots, is third with 48 blockades. In the line of acomodos, Moral also is in the first position with 418 acomodos and average of 6,06 by partial. José Plots of land, of the Giants of Enclosed, is second with 409 acomodos, while July "Gabi" Acevedo, acomodador of the Patriots, is third with 297 acomodos. Corozal visits to Mayagüez The Banana of Corozal will visit this night to the Indians of Mayagüez in the court Wilfredo Bull of Ant hills in search to trim the advantage of the Indians in the first position of the global board. Mayagüez is the current leader of the tournament with 39 points, but a victory of Corozal in three or four partial would approach them a point of the tie. The Banana they occupy the second position of the standing with 35 points. The party between Banana and Indians is the unique one in calendar for this night. Tomorrow Thursday the Changos of Naranjito visit the Patriots of Hearths.

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