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Guam native officiates LLWS game

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - Guam's very own Steve Muna was one of the umpires who called today's game of the 2010 Little League Softball World Series in Portland, Oregon. Muna officiated the game between Georgia and Ohio in the semifinals; I spoke with him after the game and asked him about the experience in Oregon.

"It's been a blast," he said.  "It's been a great experience and all week long we have been working our games and the umpire crews have bee critiquing us for the big game today. There's one tomorrow also, and it was nerve racking at first and we settled down and we finally got into the groove and it's been fun."

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