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Knights keep bulldogs winless in soccer

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Guam High Panthers traveled to Upper Tumon yesterday afternoon to take on the St. John's Knights at home in boy's high school soccer. Both teams came out gunning for the goal keepers taking shot after shot on goal. With a scoreless game through most of the first half the Knights opened things up late in the game and found the back of the net 4 times to earn the 4-0.

TJ Atalig, Christian Schweizer, Robert Lee and Dung Tran all put through scores for St John's in the win while their defense did the rest of the work. In other games the G.W Gecko's downed the Okkodo Bulldogs 6-0. With the loss the Bulldogs are still in search of their first win of the season.

On the other end the JFK Islanders picked up their first win of the season 4-3 over the St. Paul Warriors, Devin Tyquiengco scored 3 goals in the win.

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