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Rams run all over Chargers, 48-6

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The UOG Field once again hosted the Miller Football League, this week pitting the Cars Plus Rams and DOCOMO Chargers. Rams running back Jesse Manglona went in from 35 yards out, one of his 3 rushing touchdowns of the day to go along with 114 yards on the ground.

DOCOMO linebacker T.C. Mix had a huge game for the Chargers, taking a deflected pass into the end zone for the touchdown. Mix added 6 solo tackles, a sack and a fumble recovery for the Chargers.

On the ground the Rams racked up over 200 yards rushing behind their big offensive linemen. Quarterback Brant McCreadie threw 2 touchdowns passes in the Rams 48-6 win, both going to wide receiver Nate Baza. It was all defense by the Rams, as safety Chris Santos tacked on 3 interceptions in the win, leading the league with 7 picks so far.

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