Bud Light Women’s Soccer League Premier Division (W1) semifinal fixtures are set for tomorrow

Quality Distributors' Nieves Cabreza attempts to stop Heavy Hitters/Nutrition Mission Heat's Harmony Yatar from advancing with the ball in a quarterfinal match of the Bud Light Women's Soccer League Premier Division (W1) Sunday at the Guam Football Association National Training Center. Quality won 3-1. Photo by Jesse Mesa/GFA

Bud Light Women’s Soccer League Premier Division (W1) semifinal fixtures are set for tomorrow, beginning with No. 2 Guam Shipyard taking on No. 3 Quality Distributors at 5 p.m. at the Guam Football Association National Training Center.

Both teams cruised to the semifinals with convincing victories in quarterfinal matches.

Quality Distributors defeated Heavy Hitters/Nutrition Mission Heat 3-1 with a pair of goals from Zoe Surber and one from Randi Jo Paulino. Mia San Nicolas scored the Heat’s lone goal.

Guam Shipyard upended the ASC Trust Islanders 13-1 with four goals from the league’s Golden Boot winner Brianne Leon Guerrero and a hat trick by Shyann Roberto. Regina Shiroma, Olivia Elliott, Taylor Crisostomo, Minami Rabago, and Arisa Recella also contributed one goal each to the haul. Guam Shipyard’s other goal came on an Islanders own goal. Taryn Rupley scored for the Islanders, preventing a Shipyard clean sheet.

The late semifinal match will pit No. 5 NAPA Lady Rovers against No. 1 Lady Crushers at 7 p.m. Sunday.

The Lady Rovers edged No. 4 Bank of Guam Lady Strykers 2-1 for a ticket to the semifinals against the league’s top team. Sara Gobets and Courtney Salgado scored for the Lady Rovers and Christina Duenas scored for the Lady Strykers.

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Islas de los Ladrones FC emerged as the lone undefeated team in the Budweiser Soccer League’s top division with a 4-2 win over previously undefeated NAPA Rovers in Week 18 action at GFA.

Matt Robles put the Rovers on top early in the match, after finishing a pass from Min Sung Choi on the right side in the ninth minute, but just eight minutes later, IDL’s Jonahan Romero sent teammate Marcus Lopez barreling down the right side of the field for the finish to level the match. Lopez later slotted in a penalty kick in the 25th minute and completed a hat trick with the eventual game-winner in the 50th minute.

Ten minutes later, IDL’s Ryan Quitugua finished a corner kick play with a right-footed volley to extend his team’s lead to three goals. The Rovers’ Min Sung Choi added a goal in the 74th minute for the eventual final score.

In other Week 18 matches, Bank of Guam Strykers B defeated the Sidekicks SC 2-1 with a goal each from Micah Hennegan and Jeremy Copple. David Quiambao scored for the Sidekicks.

FC Beercelona defeated the Pago Bay Disasters 3-2 with two goals from Hiro Asoshina and one from Michael Cruz. Jathan Barnes scored both goals for Pago Bay.

Bank of Guam Strykers I recovered from a two-goal first-half deficit to defeat Eurocar FC 4-2. Matthew Iseke led all scorers with a pair of goals and teammates Scott Spindel and Hayden Shedd scored one each. Takefumi Inoue and Nicolas Cabuhat scored Eurocar’s goals.

Lots of Art Tattoo Heat defeated Quality Distributors 4-0 with two goals from Keith Surber and one each from Jan Flores and Lance Chargualaf.

Shipyard Haya added a win to their record following a forfeit by the Bobcat Rovers.

Schedules and statistics are online at http://www.guamfa.com/all-leagues-mens-regular-results

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Guam Football Association