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St. John's topples Harvest in soccer

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The St. John's Knights made the trip to Harvest to take on the Eagles in girl's high school soccer playoffs. The Knights entered the game as the number 6 seed on the road facing the number 3 seed Harvest in the quarterfinals. Minutes into the match the home team was called for a handball as players were fighting for the loose ball.

That set up the Knights Kristi Hammond to take the free shot from a little over 30-yards away, finding the back of the net early for the 1-0 lead. Both goalkeepers were kept busy as each team took turns taking shots on goal.

Harvest had several attempts at tying the game but St. John's keeper, Rayanne Piana closed shop on every attempt. The Knights went on to take the match 1-0.

In other scores the Simon Sanchez Sharks beat the GW Gecko's 3 - 2 in a shootout while the Notre Dame Royals beat out the Southern High Dolphins 5 - 1.

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