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Dolphins stay unbeaten in soccer

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - Let's roll next door for boy's soccer, the Southern High Dolphins driving up north to take on the Sharks. Southern was 4-0 on the year entering the game. Jeremy Copple hit the early goal with a nice corner feed to Nick Roberto, who got another shot to go for Southern giving them the 2-0 lead.

The Dolphins kept the pressure on Sanchez attacking the goal, Eddie Lorenzo with the nice header off another nice pass from his teammate from the right corner of the field. The Dolphins added a couple of more goals and picked up the win at the Okkodo soccer field. Southern improves to 5-0 with the win.

Roberto sealed the deal after blowing past the defense showing his speed and kicked through and another score here for Southern High.

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