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Vikings still undefeated in boys varsity

Second to them is Tafuna with 14 points, followed by the Wildcats with 9, Cursaders with 9, Samoana with 8, Leone with 6, Kananafou with 5 and Iakina with 3 to roundout the standings.
Tafuna and Leone are not eligible for the postseason due to bans administered by ASHSAA. This means that the top four teams for the playoffs are Faga’itua (No. 1, 15 points), Nu’uuli Voc-Tech (No. 3, 9 points), Fa’asao-Marist (No. 4, 9 points) and Samoana (No. 5, 8 points).
This means a new champion will be crowned at the end of the season with Leone no longer qualified for the postseason.
All games this week have been postponed by ASHSAA due to the upcoming Easter weekend.
In games played on March 31 it was Vikings 4, Sharks 2; Lions 4, Wildcats 0 and Warriors 1, Crusaders 1.
JUNIOR VARSITY
Samoana currently leads the division with an undefeated record (4-0) for 12 points and is closely followed by Leone with 9.
In third place is Faga’itua with 7, followed by the Crusaders with 5, defending champs Tafuna Warriors in 5th with 4 points and Nu’uuli Voc-Tech with 0 points.
The team finishing with the most points will be crowned champions of the division.
In games played on March 31 it was Sharks 4, Vikings 0; Wildcats 2, Lions 0 and Warriors 2, Crusaders 1.

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