Guam High girls strikers 2 wins away from 2nd IIAAG title
Published: December 8, 2010
Guam High on Tuesday continued inching toward the second Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam girls soccer tournament championship in school history. Meagan Speck notched the match's lone goal, in the 50th minute, and Melanie Strudthoff pitched her sixth shutout in nine matches as the Panthers eliminated Academy of Our Lady of Guam 1-0 at Panthers Field. Up next: St. John's at 4:15 p.m. Thursday at Leo Palace Resort Field 3 in Talofofo, in the Panthers' bid for their first IIAAG title since 2003. And this season's numbers read very much like those of that goalkeeper Jessica Charles-led 2003 team. The Panthers are 9-1-2 this season, including Tuesday's quarterfinal win; they've allowed five goals, three in the field and two penalty kicks; they've pitched seven shutouts; Strudthoff has stopped three penalty kicks; and among their 22 goals, seven different Panthers have scored, Keep it here to find out how the Panthers do in their second Final Four appearance.