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Saints post shutout against Giants

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by Jerome Unpingco

Guam Youth Football League action continued today at the Eagles Field in Mangilao, with the Parson Island Saints taking on the GYFL Giants. Austin Mailos got things going for the Saints in the tail end of the 2nd qtr, running for a 15yrd touchdown, after a stalemate 1st quarter.

Jayden Salas added to the lead on the extra pt conversion as Jared Anderson connected with a 5-yard pass, giving them a 7-0 lead. The Giants tried tying things up before the half, but tough defense by the saints kept them scoreless as they went into halftime trailing by a touchdown.

In the final quarter, the Saints widen the gap as Mailos once again penetrated pass the Giant's defense, running for a 40-yard touchdown and extending his team's lead to 13-0.

The Giants tried avoiding the shutout, but were denied access into the end zone as they eventually conceded to the 13-0 loss.

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