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Raiders, Phoenix split volleyball matches

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In middle school volleyball the Saint Anthony Raiders played host to the visiting Mount Carmel Phoenix. Both teams entered the game undefeated in the A-Team match up. The Mount Carmel girls played relaxed despite being away and having to deal with a gym that was loud and rocking.

In the end the Phoenix walked out of the gym with the win 25-18, 25-20 to improve to 7-0 with the loss the Raiders go to 6-1.

In the B-Team match the Saint Anthony Spirit Team had the Gym hyped up cheering on their squad. Mount Carmel weathered the storm and took the first set 25-21.

The 2nd set saw the Raiders jump out to a 4-point lead and never looked back taking the set 25-17. With the crowd on their side the Raiders turned it up taking a 17-5 lead and finally sealed the deal 25-14 for the 3 set win.

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