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Dolphins win soccer title in shootout

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In girls high school soccer the Notre Dame Royals and Southern High Dolphins met at the GFA Field in Tumon for this year's championship title. Both teams played tough through out regulation with the game decided by penalty kicks after both sides were even at 2 a piece. Southern led 1-0 in the shootout after Kiarra Sanchez put through the first kick.

ND's Demi Rae Shimizu evened the score when she found the back of the net on her try. Zoe Surber put Southern back up 2-1 when she capitalized on her kick. Notre Dame would miss on their second attempt keeping the Dolphins up by 1. April Talledo's kick shot off the cross bar and went in giving Southern High a 3-1 lead. Jamie Soriano brought the Royals to with in 1 after she hit the kick for a score. Southern High would miss their attempt and keep the game interesting up 3-2.

Joni Tedpahogo evened the game at 3 for the Royals after she got the shot to go pass the keeper. Paige Surber kicked through the winning goal for the Dolphins as they took the shoot out win for the title 4-2.

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