PetroGazz found an easy prey in Akari-Adamson, putting out a dominant 25-17, 25-20, 25-13 performance in the PVL Open Conference Saturday at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan.
The Angels banked on the trio of Kai Baloaloa, Alyssa Layug and Cherry Nunag, all of whom scored in double figures.
The win allowed PetroGazz to move into the upper half of the standings after concluding their first round assignments with a 4-3 record.
The Angels took advantage of the Lady Falcons’ shaky net defense and connected on 47 kills on an impressive 36.2% clip.
Bern Flora and Sang Pinar led the scoring for Akari-Adamson with 11 and seven points, respectively.
With yet another loss, the Lady Falcons remain just one of two winless teams in the league along with Iriga-Navy.