Teixeira unleashed a tournament-high 26 points, firing 23 attacks, two aces and a block as Ageo Medics bounced back from a three-set loss to Hisamitsu on Saturday.
Yuka Sato delivered 18 points, while Mami Uchiseto had the same production highlighted with four kill blocks as Ageo Medics improved to 4-4, still in seventh spot.
Jaja Santiago, who didn’t score a single block on Saturday, nailed three blocks and drilled eight attacks on 57.1 percent spiking rate to finish with 11 points.
Jaja Santiago and Ageo MEdics even their win-loss record to 4-4.
Hisamitsu Springs dropped to third spot in the standings with 6-2 card.
Yuka Imamura and Asuka Hamamatsu led Hisamitsu with 13 points, while Miyuki Nakagawa scored 12.
Santiago and Ageo Medics will take a break before taking on Denso Airybees (6-2) on Nov. 20 and 21.
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