Koblerville splits two ES soccer games


Koblerville Elementary School 1 and 2 split their games in the 2022-2023 NMIFA-PSS Interscholastic Soccer League last Wednesday at the NMI Soccer Training Center in Koblerville.

KES 1 outgoaled Mount Carmel School, 10-0, after their sister team lost to William S. Reyes 2, 11-2.


Napu Pangelinan of KES 1 came rushing out of the starting gate with a goal in the third minute of the game, going through MCS’ defense like a knife through butter. He would make two more goals for a total of three in the game. Eli Mettao tied him with three goals as well, while Nnart Siech and Eric Palacios Jr. had a couple each.

Cricket sounds dominated MCS’ offense as they could not score and get past the KES goalie and their defense, resulting in the final score of 10-0.

GTC-2, 2 BSS 2 Gregorio T. Camacho Elementary School and Brilliant Star School ended the match with a 2-2 draw.

Damian Herman of GTC scored both goals, with one in the first half and one in the second half.

Evan Poole of BSS scored the team’s two goals in the second half when it seemed like a win for GTC.

Both teams were then unable to score any more goals in the finals seconds of the game.

KagES 1, SVES 0 Kagman Elementary School defeated San Vicente Elementary School, 1-0.

The only goal made by KES was by Trey Manglona after he found the back of the net in the first half.

GCA 4, GES 0 Grace Christian Academy silenced Garapan Elementary School, 4-0.

GCA’s Tristan Torres sped through the field to score two goals in the first 20 minutes of the game.

He was followed up by teammates Mateo Angeles and Sarang Lee as they scored two goals in the second half.

GES was unable to weave through the GCA’s defense as they were shut down.

WSR-1 5, MCS-1 0 William S. Reyes Elementary School put up five goals to Mount Carmel School’s zero, with Herman Villagomez taking charge and scoring four of them.

The only other goal was made by Hudson Igisomar.

MCS could not retaliate as they crumbled and failed to score.

The Northern Mariana Islands Football Association coordinates the 2022-2023 NMIFA-PSS Interscholastic Soccer League along with the Public School System Athletic Program.

The results and standings of the elementary school’s third game day will be posted in the next issue of Saipan Tribune.


Published by Saipan Tribune - Sep 22 2022



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