José Carlos Romero, the Most Valuable Player Under-21
HAVANA, Cuba, September 1, 2018 - The Cuban Jose Carlos Romero,
of the champion team, finished as the best opponent and was
named as the Most Valuable Player of the Norceca U-21 Men's
Tournament that took place in the Sports City Coliseum.
His compatriot Julio C. Cárdenas and Bayron Valdez were the most
prominent in the attack in that order, while in the blockade
they distinguished Akeil Williams, from Barbados, and Fynnian
McCarthy, from Canada.
The Dominican Erick B. Villar took over the awards as best
libero and receiver, the Americans Jaylen Jasper and Blake Crisp
as server and setter, and the Nicaraguan Jordan Carcache in
Bayron rounded off his big task by leading the top scorers with
113 points (95 attacks, 3 blocks and 15 services), the only one
that exceeded a hundred points.
The standing by teams after the owners of the podium - Cuba,
Dominican Republic and Canada - Guatemala, Haiti, Nicaragua and
Barbados were placed.
Romero, knowing he holds the jackpot as MVP, expressed excited
that although he does not play for awards this selection commits
him to give himself more to his team and to the flag he defends.