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NAPA Rovers look to extend unbeaten streak in Bud soccer

[March 18, 2019 - Harmon, Guam] The NAPA Rovers FC look to extend its undefeated streak in the Budweiser Soccer League when Premier Division matches continue Saturday at the Guam Football Association National Training Center.

After settling for a draw with the Bank of Guam Strykers in Week 14, the NAPA Rovers are riding on a two-match win streak with its latest victory recorded against the Sidekicks – a 6-0 shutout – on Mar. 16. Mark Chargualaf led the Rovers with two goals against Sidekicks and teammates Min Sung Choi, Gustavo Pro, and Devan Mendiola also scored. The Rovers’ other goal came on a Sidekicks own goal.

The Rovers will next play against Guam Shipyard (0-14-1) Saturday at 8:30 p.m.

Guam Shipyard fell to Manhoben Lalahi 5-2 in the team’s Week 16 match. Manhoben Lalahi’s Micah Hennegan led all scorers with two goals and teammates James Lee, Kyle Halehale, and Christian Kido also scored. Damien Khoo and Donald Weakley scored for Guam Shipyard.

Manhoben Lalahi (10-3-2) will next play Lots of Art Tattoo Heat (6-6-3) Saturday, also at 8:30 p.m. at GFA.

Lots of Art Tattoo Heat defeated with ASC Trust Islanders 5-3 led by Seth Surber’s hat trick in the Week 16 win. Teammate Sydney Talledo scored LOA Heat’s other two goals. Aaron Blaz, Inochi Recella, and Noah Duenas scored for the Islanders.

The Islanders will next face Bank of Guam Strykers Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at GFA.

The Bank of Guam Strykers (10-1-3) defeated Quality Distributors 9-1 to stay in second place in league standings. Marcus Lopez led all scorers with four goals and teammates Aidan Dickson, Scott Spindel, Eddie Lee Lorenzo, Nichika Fermin, and Jason Cunliffe also added to the team’s goal haul. Ernest Baah scored for Quality.

Quality (7-8-1) will next play against the Sidekicks (3-11-2) Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at GFA.

In the Premier Division Golden Boot race, the NAPA Rovers’ Min Sung Choi continues to increase his lead with 24 goals scored in 15 matches. Teammate Devan Mendiola stays in second place with 18 goals.

Bank of Guam Strykers’ Marcus Lopez jumps to third place in the race with 16 goals following his four-goal haul in Week 16. Lopez overtakes Quality’s Ernest Baah, who moves down for fourth place with 14 goals.

The league schedule and statistics are available online at http://guamfa.com/all-leagues-mens-regular-results

 

NAPA Rovers' Mark Chargualaf sends the ball forward against the Sidekicks in a Week 16 match of the Budweiser Soccer League Premier Division Saturday at the Guam Football Association National Training Center. The Rovers defeated the Sidekicks 6-0. Photo courtesy of Gin Pobre / GFA

 

Sidekicks' Sampson Sheppard opts to pass the ball to a teammate against the NAPA Rovers in a Week 16 match of the Budweiser Soccer League Premier Division Saturday at the Guam Football Association National Training Center. The Rovers defeated the Sidekicks 6-0. Photo courtesy of Gin Pobre / GFA

 

Guam Shipyard's Damien Khoo controls the ball in the midfield against Manhoben Lalahi in a Week 16 match of the Budweiser Soccer League Premier Division Saturday at the Guam Football Association National Training Center. Manhoben Lalahi defeated Guam Shipyard 5-2. Photo courtesy of Gin Pobre / GFA

 

Lots of Art Tattoo Heat's Fred Alig III gains possession of the ball against the ASC Trust Islanders in a Week 16 match of the Budweiser Soccer League Premier Division Saturday at the Guam Football Association National Training Center. LOA Heat defeated the Islanders 5-3. Photo courtesy of Gin Pobre / GFA

 

Quality Distributors' Joshua Pangelinan looks for options to play the ball against Bank of Guam Strykers in a Week 16 match of the Budweiser Soccer League Premier Division Saturday at the Guam Football Association National Training Center. The Strykers defeated Quality 9-1. Photo courtesy of Gin Pobre / GFA

 
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