OutKast charge to the top of the WLeague after blasting Zobel

Etang Ladero and OutKast ran riot on Zobel. Mia Montayre/PFF
By Kevin Estrada

CARMONA -- OutKast stomped their class as they took the early lead in the PFF Women's League at the end of the opening day in San Lazaro, after they blasted La Salle Zobel with an 10-2 rout past noon today.

The ladies in blue practically got all three points by scoring three quick goals in the first 18 minutes to send a serious message to the rest of the league, with Sharmine Siaotong powered them with four goals for the alumni outfit.

It only took the former FEU standout just eleven minutes to hit the front, in which Lindsay Whaley and Jennizel Cabalan found the net subsequently to virtually seal all three points and overtake La Salle in the table.

However, the heat had slowed them a bit as it was revealed by a debuting Jo Loren.

"Yeah, oo kasi sobrang  init. And then especially dun sa first half nung kay Lindsay (Whaley). Nagworry siya, kasi natamaan yung ACL niya. Yung hindi naman nag-reinjure," said the former Malditas deputy after the match.

Malina Hill pulled one back for Zobel in the midway point of the first half but OutKast added three more in stoppage time to blow the match wide open, with Siaotong completing her brace and Alessa Dolino and Etang Ladero scored a goal each to get a 6-1 halftime lead.

The Jr. Lady Archers scored first at the restart thru Marinelle Cristobal in the 46th minute, yet Siaotong responded well by completing a hat-trick eight minutes later and substitute Monica Trebol put another one at the hour mark.

Not to be contented, Siaotong found the net for the fourth time in the 79th which was followed by Kim Cupal two minutes later for the final count.

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