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Boys Volleyball

Dos Pueblos Opens Channel League with 3-0 Sweep

Jack Hogan pounded 13 kills on Tuesday night as Dos Pueblos opened Channel League boys volleyball action with a 25-21, 25-19, 25-11 sweep at Sovine Gym.

Senior setter and opposite Evan Thompson added seven kills and three blocks for the Chargers (8-3, 1-0).

"Evan was fierce from the service line," said DP coach Ehren Hug. "Junior setter Kaiser Kurexi’s decision making was on point tonight, spreading it around and always finding the right arm. I'm super proud of how far we have come in this short season and it’s looking better and better with each serve and pass."

The Chargers will travel across town to take on rival San Marcos on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

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