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Sharks shutout Friars for sweet homecoming

by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Simon Sanchez Sharks shut out the Father Duenas Friars 26-0 at the Okkodo Field in Dededo during their homecoming matchup. Sharks quarterback Steven Flores hooked up with Jeric Naputi in the first quarter for their first score of the game.

Naputi played big adding a couple of more scores on the ground putting in the work with fellow running back Byron Quenga who kept the chains moving for Sanchez.  FD didn't have an answer to the Sharks running game and couldn't get anything going on offense and when they did penalties moved the ball back on gains.

The Sharks brought the pressure from the outside keeping the Friars quarterback on his toes and unable to sit in the pocket to make anything happen.

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