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DOLPHINS SHUT OUT ROYALS

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By Regina Shiroma

Dolphins' Paige Surber keeps her eyes on the ball as she goes up to make the header. (photo by Erorl Alegre, Jr.)

Dolphins’ Paige Surber keeps her eyes on the ball as she goes up to make the header. (photo by Errol Alegre, Jr.)

In a highly anticipated match between the Southern High Dolphins and the ND Royals, the defending champs displayed their tenacity defeating the Royals 4-0 Saturday afternoon at the Leo Palace field.

The Dolphins secured a 3-0 lead by half time behind Southern’s captain and last season’s MVP, Paige Surber. Surber notched in two goals and the midfielder took control of the field, winning almost every ball in the air and on the ground. Collectively, the Dolphins played in their usual aggressive ways and received most of the goal kicks and punts first, thus preventing the Royals from earning lengthy possessions.

Though the Royals were unsuccessful on the offensive side, the Royals defense was still able to prevent a few goal-bound opportunities from the Dolphin offense.

April Talledo put her team up early scoring the first goal of the game from about five-yards out. Surber’s first goal came in the 19th minute after knocking in a penalty kick that ricocheted off the keeper’s leg and into the goal. Later in the 36th, after receiving a pass from Zoe Surber, Paige easily beat the last defender and shot the ball right below the crossbar to make the score 3-0 at the half.

McDonald's Player of the Game: Dolphins' Paige Surber

McDonald’s Player of the Game: Dolphins’ Paige Surber

In the second half, Zoe Surber found the back of the net after Tianna Sakaba passed in a grounder allowing Zoe to beat the last defender and tap the ball in before colliding with the keeper.

Due to an injury, the game was cut short as daylight ran out, and the Dolphins took home another victory boosting their record to 8-0.

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Royals' Demi Rae Shimizu takes a shot at the goal from midfield. (photo by Erorl Alegre, Jr.)

Royals’ Demi Rae Shimizu takes a shot at the goal from midfield. (photo by Errol Alegre, Jr.)

Royals' Levana Terlaje and Dolphins' Tianna Sakaba fight for the incoming ball. (photo by Erorl Alegre, Jr.)

Royals’ Levana Terlaje and Dolphins’ Tianna Sakaba fight for the incoming ball. (photo by Errol Alegre, Jr.)

Royals' 4 and Dolphins' Amilynn Camacho fight for possession of the ball. (photo by Erorl Alegre, Jr.)

Royals’ Alahas Gumataotao and Dolphins’ Amilynn Camacho fight for possession of the ball. (photo by Errol Alegre, Jr.)

Dolphins' Paige Surber and Royals' 2 and 5 look to sprint to the ball to gain control. (photo by Erorl Alegre, Jr.)

Dolphins’ Paige Surber, Royals’ Paris Blas and Amber Lujan look to sprint to the ball to gain control. (photo by Errol Alegre, Jr.)

Roayls' 2 keeps the ball in-bounds while keeping it away from Dolphins' Rheanna Juanillo. (photo by Erorl Alegre, Jr.)

Royals’ Paris Blas keeps the ball in-bounds while keeping it away from Dolphins’ Rheanna Juanillo. (photo by Errol Alegre, Jr.)

Dolphins' Paige Surber scores the penalty kick in the first half. (photo by Erorl Alegre, Jr.)

Dolphins’ Paige Surber scores the penalty kick in the first half. (photo by Errol Alegre, Jr.)

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