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Shipyard dispatches Strykers to stay perfect

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In men's soccer Guam Shipyard met up with the Paintco Strykers in Division 1 play at the GFA Field in Harmon. Shipyard came out attacking the goal early scoring 4 goals in the first half to lead 4-1 at the break. Defense was the key in the second half for Shipyard, keeping the Strykers scoreless and controlling the ball on the offensive side of the field.

Shipyard got big help from Jay Cundliffe and Carlo Unpingco who both scored twice, Nick and Chris Santos added a goal a piece as did Napu Borja and Gregorio Borja helping Shipyard improve to 2-0 on the season.

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