Wolf Pack Volleyball Invitational
Pueblo overcame a shaky start to win the St. Augustine Wolf Pack Invitational on Saturday.
After going 1-2 during pool play on Friday, the Warriors won all four of their games on Saturday including a 2-1 win over Phoenix Christian in the championship match.
The Gregory School and St. Augustine made it to the semifinal round.
St. Augustine graduate Andrew Salazar is the new athletic director at the school. A standout baseball player, Salazar went on to play baseball at Holy Cross College in Notre Dame where he gradated this past spring.
Salazar earned a degree in Communications with a minor in Sports Management.
Gregory School 2, Pueblo 0
Pueblo 2, Pusch Ridge 0
Phoenix Christian 2, Pueblo 0
Phoenix Christian 2, Immaculate Heart 0
Pusch Ridge 2, Immaculate Heart 0
Gregory School 2, Phoenix Christian 1
Gregory School 2, Immaculate Heart 0
Pusch Ridge 2, Gregory School 0
Valley Union 2, Bisbee 0
Academy of Tucson 2, Bisbee 0
St. Augustine 2, Valley Union 0
Academy of Tucson 2, Valley Union 1
St. Augustine 2, Academy of Tucson 0
St. Augustine 2, Gilbert Christian 0
Gilbert Christian 2, Academy of Tucson 1
Gilbert Christian 2, Bisbee 0
Valley Union over Immaculate Heart
Pueblo over Bisbee
St. Augustine over Valley Union
Phoenix Christian over Gilbert Christian
Gregory School over Academy of Tucson
Pueblo over Pusch Ridge
Pueblo 2, Gregory School 0
Phoenix Christian 2, St. Augustine 0
Pueblo 2, Phoenix Christian 1
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