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Rico Castro paces surging Braves

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Moylan's ODC Braves added another win to their record after beating out the Paradise Fitness Junior Nationals 7-3. The Braves went up 3-0 in the 1st thanks to Rico Castro and TJ Sarmiento who had their sticks going early.

Last year's champs proved to be a team that get can get the job done on both ends of the ball, Paul Pangelinan put down 7 batters in the win, his defense had his back all night holding down the Junior Nationals. The Braves led by 7 in the 3rd after Castro highlighted the inning with a solo shot to left field.

Glen Fernandez liked how that looked strolling around the bases and got in on the fun, ripping a 2 run homer a couple of batters later. With the win the Braves are now 2 - 0 on the season the Junior Nationals drop to 0-2.

Tomorrow night's game is between the AK Islanders and Team Palau at 7:00 pm at the Paseo Stadium.

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