TALOFOFO, Guam – Hayley Savoy scored in the 25th minute and keeper Melanie Strudthoff’s save in the 38th minute helped it stand up as Guam High blanked St. John’s, 1-0, in Thursday’s Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam girls soccer tournament semifinal.

Guam High (10-1-2) will face Notre Dame, a 2-0 winner over the Panthers during the regular season in Saturday’s championship at Leo Palace Resort Field 1. It’s the second IIAAG title-match appearance for the Panthers, who last won the league in 2003.

The match was cut short when Savoy collided with Knights goalkeeper Rayann Tiann. After a delay waiting for an ambulance, Tiann was taken to a local hospital. By coaches’ agreement, the match was called off in the 50th minute.

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