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Matanane, Guerrero lead their teams to tie

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In girls middle school soccer, the undefeated St. Anthony Raiders at 6-0 met up with the unbeaten San Vicente Lady Braves at Untalan Middle School. The game went back and forth with both teams getting shots on goal but the goal keepers on both ends held their own not allowing a score through almost the entire first half when St. Anthony's Tyler Matanane got a shot to go off the header for the first goal of the match.

The Raiders went into the half up 1-0.

The second half started off with the San Vicente girl's coming out strong keeping the St. Anthony defenders busy having to defend their goal. The Obispo's got on board when Meagan Guerrero slipped past the defense and scored a goal putting fans on their feet.

Both teams kept attacking looking to gain the upper hand but time expired in the game leaving both teams undefeated but leaving the field in a tie.

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