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SURBER REPEATS AS MVP

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Southern senior Paige Surber was named the IIAAG Girls Soccer League MVP for the second straight year voted by coaches Tuesday night. The midfielder was named to the First Team for the third straight year and has led her team to an undefeated season going into the playoffs, where the Dolphins are heavy favorites to repeat as champions.

MVP – Paige Surber

Southern Dolphins midfielder Paige Surber was named the Girls Soccer League MVP for the second straight year.

Southern Dolphins midfielder Paige Surber was named the Girls Soccer League MVP for the second straight year.

FIRST TEAM

Goalkeeper: Megan Temerowski (Harvest)

Defenders: April Talledo (Southern), Tana Ramos (AOLG), Cianna Reyes (JFK), Edelene Cruz (Sanchez)

Midfielders: Paige Surber (Southern), Tatyana Ungacta (Harvest), Demi Rae Shimizu (ND), Franshay Shippey (Sanchez)

Forwards: Gemilie Ilao (AOLG), Maria Abby Iriarte (Sanchez)

Utility: Arisa Recella (JFK)

SECOND TEAM

Goalkeeper: Raeanne Piana (St. John’s)

Defenders: Taylor Crisostomo (ND), Erica Evangelista (GW), Martina Duenas (Guam High), Kristina Folta (St. John’s)

Midfielders: Mia Santos (AOLG), Andrea Odell (AOLG), Pim Limtiaco (JFK), Marlena Connelley (Guam High)

Forwards: Elisha Benavente (Harvest), Tiana Sakaba (Southern)

HONORABLE MENTION

Goalkeeper: Naina Sanchez (Southern)

Defenders: Brittany Blau (ND), Tanya Flores (Southern), Hannah Tyquingco (St. Thomas)

Midfielders: Krystiana Martinez (GW), Chyna Ramirez (Okkodo), Zoe Surber (Southern)

Forwards: Felicia Alumbaugh (Harvest), Destiny Castro (St. John’s), Kayla Kinney (Guam High)

Utility: Devin Johnson (St. John’s)

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