WWK Volleys turn set deficit in Königs Wusterhausen in 3:2 success
Created: 01/25/2022 10:36 am
Tim Peter was the outstanding man on the Herrschinger side in Königs Wusterhausen.
The captain collected 23 points and rightly won the gold MVP medal.
Herrsching - WWK Volleys Herrsching managed to start the intermediate round for teams in fifth to eighth place.
Coach Max Hauser's team celebrated a narrow but not undeserved 3:2 (25:16, 18:25, 25:27, 25:20,15:10) away win at Netzhoppers Königs Wusterhausen.
"What a fight," Hauser praised the committed appearance of his team.
"Especially because we never stopped and kept trying to turn the game around, although it didn't look like we were going to win at times," Hauser added with satisfaction.
The performances his men are capable of were already shown in the first set.
Not least because of Jordi Ramon Ferragut's comeback, the guests got off to a good start.
The Spaniard had some good moments on serve.
In addition, the acceptance of the WWK volleys stabilized during the game.
Dorde Ilic started the final phase with a service winner at 17:14.
Luke Herr followed up with a strong run before captain Tim Peter completed the set with two aces to make it 25:16.
After that, the Herrschinger suffered a low that lasted until 7:13.
The guests ran after the deficit in vain until the end of the sentence. Ultimately, Königs Wusterhausen equalized with a 25:18. In the third round, the game became increasingly emotional. When the score was 5:4 for his team, Hauser complained vehemently because he had seen the hosts ball out of bounds. The battle of words with the referee brought nothing except a red card for the WWK Volleys Coach. His squad then dueled at eye level with the home side. The Herrschinger had the worse end at 25:27. The loss of the set did not faze the guests. The concentrated game gave the Herrschingers an 11:9 lead in the fourth round. A service series finally made the 25:20 success and the set equalization perfect.The WWK volleys took the momentum with them into the final tie-break. The guests dominated the action for long stretches until Jonas Kaminski converted the match point after 118 minutes to win the Herrschinger.
On Saturday (5.30 p.m., Nikolaushalle) the Ammersee team are now expecting the Helios Grizzlys Giesen, who started the round with a 1:3 home defeat against Lüneburg.