FILE–Creamline Cool Smashers’ Tots Carlos during a PVL game. –MARLO CUETO/

MANILA, Philippines — A day after going undrafted in Korea, Tots Carlos has returned to action in time for Creamline’s crucial match against Petro Gazz in the 2024 PVL All-Filipino Conference semifinals on Thursday at Philsports Arena.

Carlos arrived a couple of hours before their match, seeking to save Creamline’s finals bid after her team lost without her to sister team Choco Mucho in five sets last Tuesday.

She also started for Creamline in the must-win match.

READ: PVL stars Tots Carlos, Mylene Paat, MJ Phillips go undrafted in Korea

Carlos, Petro Gazz’s MJ Phillips, and Chery Tiggo’s Mylene Paat went undrafted in the 2024 Korean Volleyball (KOVO) Women’s Asian Quota Draft on Wednesday at Jeju Sun Hotel in South Korea.

Carlos and Paat attended the two-day tryouts, while Phillips was exempted from attending the tryouts as she already played one season in the league after a stint with Gwangju, which placed seventh with a 5-31 record.

Creamline has to win its remaining semis matches including Sunday’s match against Chery Tiggo at Smart Araneta Coliseum to reach the PVL Finals.

READ: PVL: Playing without Tots Carlos no excuse for Creamline loss

The University of the Philippines product scored a total of 193 points for the Cool Smashers in the elimination round.

If Petro Gazz wins paired with Choco Mucho’s win over Chery Tiggo, Creamline will be relegated to the battle for third.

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