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Angels beat Warriors, secure 2nd place

by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Shell Hal's Angels evened the score with the Pepsi Warriors, handing them the 21-7 loss in their last regular season game. With the win the Angels secure a 2nd place finish heading into the playoffs to meet the Warriors again.

The two teams split their regular season meeting with the Warriors, taking the first match up by 4 points. Quarterback Steve Phillips and the Angels went to the air to pick up all 3 scores, the first going to Mike James, followed by Jared Ada and Mike Pangelinan all making receptions in the flat and then dashing for the end zone.

For the Warriors, Sandy Fejeran pulled down a Tommy Morrison pass for their only score of the game.

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