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All-MFL Team is Guam gridiron’s greatest

by Jason Salas

Guam - This year's Miller Football League featured some of the most talent we've ever had on the field across all teams. As such, the arduous task of selecting the best of the best for our All-MFL Team was the most difficult tasks we've had here in Harmon this season. These are men who light up the stat sheet as well as the scoreboard. They're fan favorites and valued teammates who lead by example and leave it all out on the field.

Several of the legends of the Guam gridiron continued to perform at a high level, young stars emerged and talented players from the U.S. military dazzled the crowd week after week at the UOG Field in Mangilao.

The Cars Plus Rams, who finished the regular season undefeated at 6-0, led the KUAM All-MFL Team with 13 picks, with the Pepsi Warriors having 7, the Shell Hal's Angels placing 5 (including all three of its star wideouts), and the DOCOMO Chargers having 2. Rams quarterback Brant McCreadie became the league's first five-time Offensive MVP, with Ryan Rios also repeating as the MFL's top defensive player.


KUAM All-MFL Team
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OFFENSE
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Quarterback    
Brant McCreadie, Rams
    
Running Back    
Dave Delgado, Warriors
Jess Manglona, Rams
    
Fullback
Anthony Viemanu, Rams
    
Wide Receiver    
Jared Ada, Angels
Josh Bulla, Angels
Danny Cepeda, Rams
Mike James, Angels
    
Tight End    
Brian Kitson, Chargers
    
Center    
Joshua Walsh, Angels
    
Guard    
Chris Brub, Rams
Mark Mesgnon, Warriors
    
Tackle    
Leonard Calvo, Rams
Mike Tamua, Warriors


DEFENSE    
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Linebacker    
Kailua Faamui, Rams
T.C. Mix, Chargers
Ryan Rios, Warriors
Chris Sgro, Rams
    
Defensive Tackle    
Manny Cruz, Warriors
Roque Martinez, Rams
    
Defensive End    
Leonard Kaae, Rams
Joe Taimanglo, Rams
    
Safety    
Ryan Bigler, Angels
Chris Santos, Rams
    
Cornerback    
Randy Mendiola, Rams
Trevin Jones, Rams


SPECIAL TEAMS    
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Kick Returner    
Stephen Santos, Warriors
    
Kicker    
Jared Wood, Warriors
    
    
MVPs
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Offensive    
Brant McCreadie, Rams
    
Defensive
Ryan Rios, Warriors

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