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JFK overwhelmed by Guam High’s o-line

by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Guam High Panthers and JFK Islanders met up at Okkodo Field in Dededo. The Panthers entered the game as the only unbeaten team left in the league with this being their last regular season game. JFK managed to pick up some yards on the ground but couldn't get into the end zone once the Panthers defense got into a groove.

On offense, Guam High's running game took over as the line got a push up front and the backs were able to hit the hole and find some daylight outside on the sidelines.

The Panthers went on to pick up the shutout win 28-0 behind great defense and a relentless ground game that never let up. Guam High finishes the regular season at 6-0 heading into the playoffs with momentum.

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