Sunday, October 5, 2008

El Nuevo Dia Article of last nights WIN!!!

This is another translation from '' so please forgive the horrible english.
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By The New Day The Indians of Mayagüez have life in the series, thanks to Víctor Batista.
With 31 points of Batista, Mayagüez avoided to fall in the pit upon achieving its first victory of the series in five partial before the Patriots of Hearths, in the third party of the semifinal of the male upper volleyball.
Down in the series 0-2, the victory of Mayagüez was produced with partial of 25-23, 21-25, 23-25, 25-16 and 11-15, in party performed in the court Wilfredo Bull, of Ant hills, provisional home of the winners. Even so, the Patriots maintain the advantage in the series, 2-1. The series rests today and resumes tomorrow.
Batista charged its Indians in a crucial moment of the series. Of their 31 points, a total of 30 they were in attacks.
Play for today
Carolina (1) in Corozal (1), 7:00 p.m.
Last comment 05 October 2008 07:11AM masajista69 New Gigantic to steal us that play, basket dificil, but isable! !!!!
Its companion Nils Dauburs continued him with 14 points and Mannix Román with 12.
The acomodador José Guilloty contributed 15 assistances and Angel Matías 16 defenses.
In cause loss, Dimar López and Damien Scott achieved 21 points, respectively.
Timothy May added other 17 so many and Josúe Núñez 10.
The colocador July Acevedo obtained 18 assistances and the I free Gregory Berríos 17 defenses.
Before the play, the Indians in the season never had lost three parties in line. And last night they avoided it, after to have lost the first two challenges of the series.
Today, the action of the semifinals continues in Corozal, in the court Carmen Zoraida Figueroa since the 7:00 p.m.
There, the Banana localities will seek to take up again the advantage in the series, after the New Giants of Carolina equaled a party the series with a victory night before last in five quarrelled partial.

1 comment:

Stephanie said...

I love your Spanish translations that still confuse me a little bit. Not for poor translating, but more because I don't know much about volleyball. I miss you and haven't talked to you in ages! Are you still in Puerto Rico? That is how bad I am! I need to see you and the boys soon.