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Geckos use balanced offense to beat Sharks

by Dave Delgado

Guam - The George Washington Geckos improve to 4-1 on the year with the 22-6 win over the Simon Sanchez Sharks at home on their home turf. With the win the Gecko's now sit in 2nd place right behind the Guam High Panthers who remain undefeated so far this season. G-Dubs first score of the game came from the Santos connection, QB Brandon Santos hooking up with Tyler Santos for the touchdown.  

The Geckos stayed with their bread and butter running attack through out the game to set up their 2nd score, Brandon Burgos punched it in from a couple of yards out behind a wall of blockers.

Valiant Borja scored the Geckos' last touchdown of the game on a run after making a couple of moves and also converted on the two-point attempt to give GW the 22-6 win.

Quarterback Derek Santos threw for over 100 yards for G-Dub while running back Keanu Lujan also broke 100 yards rushing in his teams win against the visiting Sharks.

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