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GW makes quick work of JFK in volleyball

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Lady Geckos keep their perfect record intact against the St. John's Knight's after picking up the 2-set win on their home court. GW took the match 25-13, 25-14. The Gecko's are looking for their 5th straight girl's title and seem to be on the right path with several key players leading the way.

In other scores the JFK Islanders defeated the Academy Cougars in 2 sets 25-22, 25 15, action resumes on Tuesday with Okkodo taking on St. John's, Harvest up against Sanchez, JFK playing St. Paul, the Panthers visiting the Royals, GW hosting Southern and St. Thomas/GAA making their way to Academy to take on the Cougars.

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