Five-Goal Performance Keeps Choi as Golden Boot Leader

Five-Goal Performance Keeps Choi as Golden Boot Leader

[April 11, 2016 – Harmon, Guam] – Five goals from Guam Shipyard’s Min Sung Choi in his team’s 16-0 drubbing of the Sidekicks keeps the striker on top of the Golden Boot leader board after Week 19 of the Premier Division of the Budweiser Soccer League at the Guam Football Association National Training Center.

In the current race, Choi, with 36 goals for the current season, leads the Rovers’ Ian Mariano, last season’s Golden Boot winner, by six goals. Mariano scored four goals in the Rovers’ 13-1 victory over the Southern Cobras in Week 19. The Cobras’ Ashton Surber, a former Golden Boot winner, is third in the race with 27 goals. In the Premier Division’s other Week 19 match, Quality Distributors defeated Strykers FC 8-4.

In the Shipyard-Sidekicks fixture, Mark Chargualaf added three goals to his team’s tally, along with one goal each from teammates Ajay Pothen, Kenneth Karosich, Dominic Gadia, Donald Weakley, Christopher Santos, Christopher Reyes, and Sean Evans. Shipyard’s other game on a Sidekicks’ own goal.

In the Rovers-Cobras match, Jonathan Archibold, Abraham Gutierrez, and Evan Sandilands each contributed two goals on top of Mariano’s four and teammates Joseph Crisostomo, Nathan Sablan, and Jorge Hellu also scored. Ashton Surber scored the Cobras’ lone goal.

In the Quality-Strykers game, Takefumi Inoue scored 5 for the winning team and teammate Scott Leon Guerrero scored twice. Luis Larrazabal scored Quality’s other goal. Ricky Katsumata scored three goals for the Strykers and teammate Marcus Lopez also scored.