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Royal victory: ND claims 5th straight in soccer

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - A new beginning for one school and another title added to an already established dynasty for the Notre Dame Royals who finish their 2010 girl's high school soccer season perfect with their fifth straight championship. The lady Royals picked up the 7-1 win over the Simon Sanchez Sharks, a team they have faced for the last five years.

The Royals put up the first score of the game minutes into the match and continued to add to their lead, going up 4-0 at half time. Sanchez's lone goal came from Laura Eaton in the 18th minute of the 2nd half.

Jamie Plagman finished the game with a hat trick after getting another shot to go in the 64th minute of the game. Teammates Jonimonay Tedpahogo and Shelby Kier finished off the scoring for the Royals giving them the 7-1 win.

In the consolation game the St. John's knights defeated the Harvest Christian Academy Eagles 2-1 Cara Mendiola and Tanna Tarpley scored the goals for the Knights in the win, Heather Thompson kicked in the Eagles only score in her team's losing effort.

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