FALL RIVER: It was a close game, but in the end the Georges P. Vanier Vipers pulled off the four-set victory beating Harold T. Barrett Junior High Bulldogs three sets to one.

The Vipers got off to a rocky start in the first set, getting behind 24-16 at one point before scoring the next 10 points for the 26-24 victory.

PHOTOS: Vipers, Bulldogs game action shots

Two GP Vanier Vipers players get ready to defend the ball once it’s hit over by one of their teammates during a game against Harold T. Barrett Junior High in Fall River. (Healey photo)

In the second set, the first 10 points were scored by the ball not making it over the net or by being short when it did. That had the game tied 5-5.

The third and fourth set were more even and consistent play, as the Vipers went on to the win, but not without a fight from a game Bulldogs squad.

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