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The Redux: Sharks/Eagles for vball title

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In boy's high school volleyball the Simon Sanchez Sharks and Harvest Christian Academy Eagles will meet up for the 2nd straight year for a chance to become champions. Sanchez moves on to the title game after handing the George Washington Geckos the 2-set loss from the St. John's Gym. Sanchez picked up the win 25-22, 25-13.

Sanchez is the defending champs and will need to be on top of their game to beat the Eagles who have been waiting after going untouched in the double elimination format playoffs. If the Sharks are to repeat as champions they have to beat the Eagles twice to walk out champions.

The first games gets underway at 5:30pm tomorrow night at the St. John's Gym, with the if game taking place at 7:30pm. if the Sanchez wins game 1.

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