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San Pedro Volleyball Team remains undefeated in the OW Volleyball Tournament

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The San Pedro Volleyball Team traveled to the Orange Walk over the weekend to square off in two games garnering two more wins, against Hard Core Juniors from Corozal and the Unpredictable’s from Orange Walk. The games took place on Saturday July 21st.

In the first game against Hard Core Juniors, SP Boys won two straight sets with scores of 25-9 and 25-10 respectively. The second game saw the boys going up against the Unpredictibles in a game that they dominated once again in the first two sets with scores of 25-16 25-20, garnering them a spot in the semifinals.

The team is scheduled to play two more games on August 11th, 2012. The first game sees the boys going up against the also undefeated Bad News Boys followed by a game against Sounder Barrio Boys. Winning these two games will give the boys a definite spot in the finals, scheduled for September 1st at the Complex Building in Orange Walk.

The team takes this opportunity to thank the following sponsors: Cholos Golf Cart Rentals, Caye Caulker Water Taxi, Coral Cable Vision, Caribeña Fuels, Suya Tours, Captain Sharks, Tony and other fans that showed support for the volleyball team.

A barbecue sale is scheduled for this Friday July 27th at Cholo’s Bar in an attempt to raise funds to further cover transportation costs and other miscellaneous expenses associated with travelling to compete. Tickets may be purchased by contacting Erick Santizo at 605-0963, Guillermo Rivero at 627-8561, Armando Escalon at 628-3561, Gabriel Nuñez Jr. at 629-1112 or Mishelby Leiva at 624-7773. The general public is encouraged to come out and show your support. The San Pedro Sun joins in congratulating the boys and wishes them the best as they move towards the finals.

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