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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Yigo Jets Manha team beat the Angels 32-28 in a game that went down to the last play. This was a rematch between both teams that played to a tie earlier in the season. The Jets and Angels finished their season undefeated and came into the game with identical records. Both teams exchanged scores with their running game being the difference maker. The Yigo Jets got big play from Daelin Campos, Trevon and Jalen Prince along with Kendal James who all pitched in to keep the chains moving. James with the big run here to help seal the deal for the Jets.

The undefeated Gatorade Giants hit the field next to take on the GTA TeleGuam Raiders in the Metgot Division. After a quiet first half the Giants came out and went to the air behind the arm of Tyler Okiyama who hit Jujaun King here for the 80-yard score. Running back Brandon McMaster had a huge game going in for the first score of the game on a 56-yard run. The Giants went on to take the title with the 26-13 win. Raiders player Jesse Karl Cruz took this kick off to the 1-yard line, setting up teammate RJ Rokop to punch it in. The Giants finish the year perfect at 11-0.

The big boys took to the field in the last game of the day. It was the Guam Shipyard Falcons looking for redemption against the Raiders in the Matua Division. Falcons q.b Ricky Johnson went in for the first score of the game from a yard out after a big run by DeAndre Barnes. Mark Evangelista punched one in later from about 8-yards out. Barnes would later take a 99-yard interception in for a score to finish the game with the shut out win as the Falcons from Yigo took the game 21-0.

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