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TALLEDO LEADS QUALITY TO 2-1 MARK

Check out the latest from the Bud Light Women’s Soccer League after Week 3.

PRESS RELEASE – Quality Distributors FC leads the Bud Light Women’s Soccer League in the latest release of team standings following Week 3 matches at the Guam Football Association National Training Center.

After dropping its season opener to the Lady Rovers, Quality (2-1) outscored its next two opponents 18-3 to take over the league’s top spot. In Week 3 play, April Talledo and Zoe Surber equally combined for 10 goals and teammate Alisia Barcinas scored Quality’s other goal in the team’s 11-1 win over Hyundai. Levana Terlaje scored Hyundai’s lone goal in the 21st minute.

Talledo leads the league’s Golden Boot race with 10 goals in three matches, followed by Surber with five goals. Hyundai’s Olivia Flores and Shana Spindel are next with four goals each in three matches.

The Lady Strykers' Phoebe Minato attempts to get past Doosan Lady Crushers' Kaeliana Taitano in a Week 3 match of the Bud Light Women's Soccer League. The Lady Crushers defeated the Lady Strykers 4-0. (courtesy photo)

The Lady Strykers’ Phoebe Minato attempts to get past Doosan Lady Crushers’ Kaeliana Taitano in a Week 3 match of the Bud Light Women’s Soccer League. The Lady Crushers defeated the Lady Strykers 4-0. (courtesy photo)

In other Week 3 matches, Guam Shipyard slipped past Southern Heat 2-1 to earn its first win of the season. After a scoreless first half, Shipyard’s Destiny Castro opened scoring for both teams in the 72nd minute, running in the ball from an Aubrienne Pangindian pass and finishing against the Heat’s second-half keeper, Gesualda Gonzalez.

The Heat’s Clarissa Albalos later leveled the match finishing an Aubrey Taimanglo pass from the right wing, but three minutes before the final whistle, center referee Rhoda Bamba awarded a penalty kick to Shipyard after Castro drew a foul in the box. Erica Quichocho converted the penalty kick for the final score of the match.

Three-time defending champions Doosan Lady Crushers (2-0) remain undefeated with a 4-0 win over the Lady Strykers. Simie Willter scored twice in the victory and teammates Katie Mills and Skyylerblu Johnson also scored.

The Lady Crushers next play current league leaders Quality at 5:30 p.m. Sunday on United Airlines Field 1 at GFA. The Heat will next face the Lady Strykers on United Airlines Field 2 at GFA, also kicking off at 5:30 p.m. The Lady Rovers will take on Hyundai in the late match kicking off at 7:30 p.m. on United Airlines Field 1.

The latest league standings and schedule are available for download from the GFA Web site at http://www.guamfa.com/all-leagues-womens-regular-results

Southern Heat's Mia San Nicolas looks ahead to try to make a move past the defense of Guam Shipyard's Jaime Soriano. Shipyard defeated the Heat 2-1. (courtesy photo)

Southern Heat’s Mia San Nicolas looks ahead to try to make a move past the defense of Guam Shipyard’s Jaime Soriano. Shipyard defeated the Heat 2-1. (courtesy photo)

 

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