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Warriors still atop boys’ HS Futsal standings

In the only other match third seeded Faga’itua Vikings upset No. 2 Samoana Sharks 4-3. Leone was off with a bye.
Nu’uuli Voc-Tech has completed their season while Tafuna, Samoana, Faga’itua and Leone finish off theirs on Feb. 11. The playoffs are set for Feb. 15 with the championship games scheduled for Feb. 22.
The top seed will take on No. 4 in the playoffs while No. 2 goes up against No. 3 with the winners advancing to the title match and the losers playing for 3rd & 4th.
On Feb. 11 The Lions take on the Vikings while Samoana faces Tafuna.
Harry Halo blasted the game winner into the open net with 3:31 remaining to play in a tightly contested match. The goal was Halo’s second of the game, overcoming the Sharks’ hat trick by JP Fa’avae.
Roy Luani struck first for the Vikings seven minutes into the first half but Fa’avae responded four minutes later with his first goal.
Seven minutes later he had the Sharks on top 2-1 going into the break.
At the 15:42 minute mark Shalom Luani equalized at 2-2 before Fa’avae completed his hat trick just 38 seconds later.
Eight minutes later Halo scored his first to tie it up again 3-3 before providing the match winner with less than four minutes to spare.
It was a close first half with Tafuna leading only 2-0 thanks to goals to a brace by Dion Ott.
In the second half it was a different story with Tafuna scoring four more times while allowing two against them.
Richard Mulitalo also scored a brace for Tafuna while Falanisisi Tomasi and Jeremiah Fe’a added a goal apiece.
Scoring for the Wildcats was Lolagi Faloua with two goals to his name.

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