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Pretzelmaker, Hyundai headed to finals

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In the women's Bud Light Soccer League the Pretzelmaker Bombers advance to this year's Silver Plate Finals. The Bombers defeated the Islanders 2 - 0 for the right to move on. Kathleen Albe and Tayler Kukes kicked through goals for the Pretzelmaker squad in the win.

Playing for this year's Bud Light Women's Soccer League Title will be Guam Shipyard and Hyundai. Shipyard picked up the 2 - 0 win over Quality Distributors in the semis; Aika Young scored both goals for Shipyard. Hyundai will make the trip to the finals after beating DCK Masters 1 - 0 thanks to Olivia Flores.

The championship game is set for this Sunday at 7:00 pm at the GFA Field in Harmon.

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