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Sanchez wins big over archrival JFK

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The JFK Islanders and Simon Sanchez Sharks took to the diamond in boy's high school baseball at Okkodo Field. JFK showed patience at the plate and put runners on board behind a couple of walks.

The Islanders brought the runners around to home plate after a big 2-run double on their first at bat. Sanchez would make an early pitching change after JFK added another score to go up 3-0. Shawn Dumanal came in relief and picked up 5 strikeouts on the mound for the Sharks. Sanchez managed to pick up a couple of runs on their first trip to the plate to make it a 3-2 ballgame.

Sanchez would only give up 1 more as Shawn Dumanal came in for relief and picked up 5 strikeouts. Lorenzo Flores notched 2 strikeouts in the 14-4 win. Sanchez improves to 5-2. Carlos Quintinilla 3-3 at the plate, Daniel Cruz 2-2.

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