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Peruvian teams out of Ancon stop on South American Tour

 
Peru's challenge ended in the Quarterfinal stage
 Lausanne, Switzerland, March 3, 2017 – The fans flocked to the second day of the second stop on the South American Beach Volleyball Tour (CSVP) at the Playa Hermosa in Ancon, Peru, on Saturday.

The men’s semi-finals will kick off the action on Sunday morning starting with Chilean duo Esteban and Marco Grimalt against the young Uruguayans who participated in the Youth Olympics in Nanjing, Mauricio Vieyto and Marco Cairus. In the other semi-final, Brazilians Oscar Brandao and Heraldo Moreira will play against Argentines Julian Azaad and Nicolas Caprogosso.

Peru’s interest in the competition was extinguished when Soto/ Heredia were eliminated 2-0 (21-9, 21-11) by the Uruguayan duo of Vieyto and Cairus who have yet to drop a set in the tournament.


On the women’s side, Paraguayans Erika Mongelos and Michelle Valiente will face Ecuadorians Mishelle Molina and Ariana Vilela, while Brazil’s Lili Maestrini and Josi Alves will be up against Francisca Rivas and Pilar Mardones.

Only one of the women’s Quarterfinals went to three sets. Chile’s Rivas/ Mardones eliminated the local challenge of Serna/ Serna 2-1 (18-21, 21-15, 15-9).

In both the women’s and men’s semi-finals, there will be representatives from four different countries.

March 4 Results
Men’s Quarterfinals
Brazil 1 (2-1) Colombia 2 (21-23; 21-17; 15-12)
Colombia 1 (1-2) Chile 1 (21-18; 22-24; 9-15)
Peru 1 (0-2) Uruguay 1 (9-21; 11-21)
Ecuador (0-2) Argentina 1 (10-21; 15-21)
 
Women’s Quarterfinals
Brazil 1 (2-0) Colombia 2 (21-16; 21-9)
Brazil 2 (0-2) Paraguay 2 (18-21; 17-21)
Ecuador 1 (2-0) Uruguay 1 (21-18; 21-17)
Peru 1 (1-2) Chile 1 (21-18; 15-21; 9-15)



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