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PRESS RELEASE – The 2012 season of the Guam Seniors Baseball League came to a close on Saturday, February 2, 2013 as Guahan defeated the Giants 12-5 for the Championship title at Paseo Stadium. Roke Munoz got the win, while Paul Carbullido took the loss. For Guahan, Calvin Toves went 3-for-4, scoring three runs. Charlie Carbarles did the same going 3-for-4 and scoring three runs. For the Giants, Shon Muna was 2-for-4, scoring two runs.

 

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Guahans' Roke Munoz pitches a strike. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Guahans’ Roke Munoz pitches a strike. (photo by Kevin Wang)

James Muna stretches for a single. (photo by Kevin Wang)

James Muna stretches for a single. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Giants' Ray Aguon gets hit by a pitch. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Giants’ Ray Aguon gets hit by a pitch. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Guahans' Jose Cabales beats out the throw for a single. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Guahans’ Jose Cabales beats out the throw for a single. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Giants' Eddie Muna falls after aggressively rounding third. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Giants’ Eddie Muna falls after aggressively rounding third. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Pat Alvarez provided the Guahans' with their first base hit. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Pat Alvarez provided the Guahans’ with their first base hit. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Peter Aguon scores the first run of the game. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Peter Aguon scores the first run of the game. (photo by Kevin Wang)

The Giants' defense led to many unearned runs. (photo by Kevin Wang)

The Giants’ defense led to many unearned runs. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Giants' James Muna is called safe at third after overrunning third base. (photo by Kevin Wang)

Giants’ James Muna is called safe at third after overrunning third base. (photo by Kevin Wang)

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