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Falcons to meet Raiders for youth football title

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In youth football, the Guam Shipyard Falcons and Hal's Angels took their game to the gridiron at the UOG Field, Falcons tight end Herby Weldy with the grab from quarterback Ricky Johnson. Dan Cruz went in for the first score of the game to put the Falcons up 6-0. Mark Evangelista added to the lead punching it in from a couple of yards out as the Falcons started to rise up.

One of the top running backs in the league, Deandre Barnes, went in for a touchdown later in the game, this time Barnes comes out of the backfield and makes the grab for the first down. Shaun Dumunal scored a touchdown to help with the cause but it was the defensive play from Gavin Delos Santos (aka, Monster) who helped seal the deal for the Falcons 32-6.

With the win this sets up a rematch for the championship title against the Raiders who beat them early in the season 8-6.

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