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Royals go for 6th straight soccer title

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - This year's girl's high school soccer championship game is set between the Notre Dame Royals and Guam High Panthers. The Royals beat the Simon Sanchez Sharks 4-1 in yesterday's semifinal game at the Leo Palace field. This will be the Royals 6th straight championship appearance with a team stacked with veterans.

ND got on board first when Isabella Shimizu passed the ball off to Demi-Rae Shimizu who dribbled passed a couple of defenders and found Joni Tedpahogo open for the header. The lady Sharks had a couple of shots on goal before the first half came to an end but couldn't seal the deal going into halftime down 1-0.

N.D added 3 more goals in the second half to take the win 4-1, off scores by Jeena Naputi, Shimizu and Tedpahogo.

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