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Harvest advanced to volleyball title game

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - Over at the St. John's Gym in Upper Tumon, Harvest's boy's volleyball team kept the Eagles program on the winning end after taking it to the Gecko's in 2 straight sets. The Eagles picked up the win in front of a packed gym 25-22, 25-17. MVP Miles Herron was all over the court, skying over the net to put down kill after kill.

With last nights win the Eagles advance to this years title game and will now face the winner between the Gecko's and Sharks. Sanchez made their way through the losers bracket after eliminating the GAA Angels 25-23, 25-22. The game between the Geckos and Sharks go down tomorrow night at the St. John's Gym at 6pm winner of this matchup will play the Harvest Eagles for this year's title on Saturday at St. John's Gym.

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