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Warriors capitalize on Charger turnovers

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Pepsi Warriors and DOCOMO Chargers took to the gridiron for some Miller Football League action. The game started off with a safety, followed by a Craig Goldsmith touchdown run up the middle, one of his two scores of the day, to put the Warriors up 9- 0.

A fumbled snap that resulted in a touchdown for Pepsi gave the Warriors a 16-0 lead, with Anselmo Untalan pouncing on the recovery for the Warriors.

The defense brought the pressure all game long, Joe John Quinata with the fumble recovery, Quinata also had an interception in the game to go along with a couple of tackles. Casey Cruz came up with a pick here the Chargers looked to pass, scooping up the ball and picks up some positive yardage before getting pushed out of bounds. The Warriors would tack on a couple of more scores, getting into the end zone on a run followed by a nice grab from Stephen Santos (aka, "Juice") who took it in for the touchdown.

Pepsi went on to win 38- 6 to improve to 3-1 on the year. DOCOMO did show some life late in the 4th quarter, as quarterback Jacob Dowdell hit his tight end Brian Kitson for the first down, that eventually set up Angelo Quitugua who punched it in from a couple of yards out for their first offensive touchdown of the year.

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