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Interoffice Volleyball Tournament gets fired up

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The San Pedro Volleyball Association 2013 Interoffice Volleyball Tournament continued on Sunday, September 15th. Now in its fourth round of games, the competition is getting hotter. The teams are all well prepared and fighting to lead the game and earn the coveted first place trophy.
Interoffice Volleyball Tournament Week 2-6First victims of the day were team Lady Jaguars who succumbed to the Lady Rebels in a 3 to 1 set game. In the first set the Lady Rebels made a quick win of 25-6 points. The Lady Jaguars gave it a fight in the second set, winning by 25-21 points, but a determined Lady Rebels took the third and fourth set (set 3:25-23, set 4: 25-24) winning the game.
Interoffice Volleyball Tournament Week 2-11The second game of the day was to be between Team Lions and Team SEAduced; unfortunately SEAduced did not show up, leaving the Lions to win by default. The third game of the day was between the San Pedro High School (SPHS) boys and team Coco Beach. SPHS dominated the game earning a well-deserved win in a 3 to 0 set game (set 1: 25-14, set 2: 25-21, and set 3: 25-19). The final game of the day was between team Legends and team Captain Shark’s. Once again Legends proved their volleyball skills by defeating Captain Shark’s in a 3 to 0 set game (set 1: 25-19, set 2: 25-22, and set 3: 25-20).
Interoffice Volleyball Tournament Week 2-12Congratulations to all teams on their good sportsmanship. No games are scheduled this weekend due to the Independence Day Celebrations.

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