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FD shuts down, shuts out JFK in playoffs

by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Father Duenas Friars earned the 26-0 shutout win over the JFK Islanders at the Okkodo Field in the first round of this year's IFL playoffs. With the win, the Friars advance to next weeks semis behind the legs of Kioni Pablo, who went in for a pair of scores against the Islanders.

FD used a big first half to jump out to a 17-0 lead that pretty much put the game out of reach for JFK. The Friars have their plate full when they meet the undefeated Guam High Panthers. In their last meeting it took the Panthers overtime to walk away with the win.

The game is scheduled for next week Saturday at 3pm at Guam High.

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