Budweiser soccer top teams continue with Week 11 wins
[January 30, 2017 - Harmon, Guam] Budweiser Soccer League top teams Guam Shipyard and NAPA Rovers continued with wins in Week 11 play Saturday at the Guam Football Association National Training Center.
Guam Shipyard extended its points lead in the standings with a 4-1 win over Bank of Guam Strykers in the early match. Dominic Gadia led all scorers with two goals and teammates Min Sung Choi and Ajay Pothen contributed one goal each in the win for Shipyard. Ricky Katsumata scored the Strykers' lone goal.
NAPA Rovers defeated Haya United 10-1 led by Ashton Surber, who finished four opportunities for the winning team. Ian Mariano finished with a hat trick and teammates Marcus Lopez and Takumi Ito also scored. The Rovers' other goal came on a Haya United own goal. Sydney Talledo scored for Haya.
In Division 2 play, the Bobcat Rovers edged their NAPA counterparts 7-6 with three goals from Matt Robles and two from David McCallum. Allan Angoco and Thomas Medler also scored for Bobcat Rovers. Vincent Magriplis, Eyuel Yohannes, and Emmanuel Camacho each scored twice for NAPA Rovers.
Sidekicks and Pago Bay Disasters battled to a scoreless draw.
Islanders FC defeated Crushers FC 3-1 with two goals from Aaron Blaz and one from Daniel Lanquin. Michael Diamond scored for the Crushers.
Shinko Eurocar and Lots of Art Tattoo Studio Heat battled to a 2-2 draw. Keith Surber and Jason Miller scored for LOA Heat and Kaito Inoue and Yoshiaki Shinozaki scored for Shinko.
University of Guam Tritons blanked the Bank of Guam Strykers D2 4-0 with a hat trick by Jacques Diambra Odi and one goal from Dylan Naputi.
In Masters Division play, Bank of Guam Strykers Masters defeated Big Blue 4-1 with a hat trick by Rod Hidalgo and one from Shawn Gumataotao. Daniel Combasch scored for Big Blue.
Hyundai Family FC defeated the IT&E Boonie Dawgs 2-0 with goals from Chris Choi and Se Lim.
NAPA Rovers Masters defeated United Masters 11-0 with four goals from Ian Lawton and two from Hernan Daffara. Enrique Interian, Steven Kirsch, Peter Houk and Jack Kido also scored. The Rovers' other goal came on a United Masters own goal.