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KNFC 1 remains undefeated in U13A Coed division

KANOA Football Club 1 is still the team to beat in the U13A Division of the 2018 Fall Youth League with third straight win over Matansa Football Club, 11-0 at the NMI Soccer Training Center in Koblerville.

KNFC 1’s John Anastacio battles possession during last Saturday’s game of the 2018 Fall Youth League U13A Coed division at the NMISTC in Kobleville. Photo by James F. Sablan Jr.

KNFC 1 was quick to set the tone as they scored points in seventh minute.

Markus Toves was the first to draw blood while the rest of the team followed up to prolong the barrage. Jim Maniago stole the spotlight for a brief moment scoring the next two goals in the 11th and 18th mark while Leland Deleon Guerrero and John Anastacio added three more goals for dominating 6-0 lead.

Matansa FC remained silent as they had no time to make a comeback due to KNFC’s constant attacks.

Daniel Pablo kept the momentum alive scoring in the 40th minute and Joe Antonio slicing through just five minutes later to push the gap 8-0.

No matter what MFC did, they just could not stop KNFC’s run.

Maniago, Pablo and Toves took over the final few minutes of the game adding a goal each before ending the game for the double digit victory 11-0.

Tan Holdings Football Club has earned their first win of the league as they took down Kanoa Football Club 2 6-2.

It was a fairly close battle at the first half as both teams exchanged leads. Ariel Narvaez was the first to attack sinking the opening goal at the 20th minute.

However, Isaiah Chargualaf answered back just one minute later to even the score 1-1.

 KNFC 2 switched controls connecting their second goal at the 26th minute by Chad Escaner but Anthony Bergancia equalized just a minute later to remain at a deadlock of 2-2.

The second half, however, was all Tan Holdings FC.

Ariel Navaez continued to deliver adding his second goal at the 38th mark along with Mark Joseph Roque answering with another goal eight minutes later.

KNFC 2 was stunned as they could not find an answer while Anthony Austria and Angelo Pulido joined to secure the game, 6-2.