USA ladies go 1-1, males 1-2 as FIVB Seashore Volleyball World Championships start


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The USA pairs that hit the sand Friday in Mexico had blended ends in the FIVB Seashore Volleyball World Championships.

On the ladies’s facet, third-seeded Kelly Cheng and Sara Hughes opened their Pool C play with a 21-4 (not a misprint), 21-10 victory over Mexico’s Esperanza Albarran and Yeray Vidaurrazaga that took 26 minutes.

Individuals Terese Cannon and Megan Kraft, the No. 16 seed and like Cheng and Hughes merchandise of USC, battled to a 28-26, 21-15 Pool I loss to TCU’s Daniella Alvarez and Tania Moreno, the No. 33 seed from Spain.

USA ladies in motion Saturday embrace Thirty eighth-seeded Olympian Alix Klineman and Hailey Harward towards Eleventh-seeded Germans Svenja Muller and Cinja Tillmann in Pool Okay, second-seeded Taryn Kloth and Kristen Nuss towards Japan’s Akiko Hasegawa and Yurika Sakaguchi in Pool B, and Fifteenth-seeded Betsi Flint and Julia Scoles towards Austrians Dorina Klinger and Ronja Klinger in Pool J.

Hughes-Cheng, who play Germans Karla Borger and Sandra Ittinger, and Cannon-Kraft, who play Mexicans Ivanna Rivera and Susana Torres, have Saturday night time matches.

Third-seeded American Andy Benesh and Miles Partain opened Pool C with a 21-9, 21-14 victory over Peter Hernandez and Hernan Tovar of Venezuela. Benesh-Partain play late Saturday towards Norway’s Hendrik Mol and Mathias Bernsten.

The USA’s Forty fifth-seeded Chase Budinger and Miles Evans misplaced in Pool D to fourth-seeded Brazilians Andre Loyola and George Wanderly 21-17, 24-22. They play late towards fellow Individuals Trevor Crabb and Theo Brunner, who’re seeded No. 21.

Crabb-Brunner misplaced to Twenty eighth-seeded Ukrainians Sergiy Popov and Eduard Reznik 22-20, 18-21, 15-7.

Additionally Saturday, Tri Bourne and Chaim Schalk, seeded nineteenth, performs Thirtieth-seeded Piotr Kantor and Jakub Zdybek of Poland in Pool F.

To be taught extra, learn the World Champs preview by Travis Mewhirter.



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