Guam - The 2014 Miller Football League kicked off last Friday
night at Hal's Angels Field in Dededo. The DLX Knights and IPE Shell Angels
took to the field to get the season underway. The Angels defense proved to be
the difference maker holding the Knights to 6-ponits as they went on to take
the narrow 10-6 win. Penalties would cost the Knights early in the game along
with 5 interceptions thrown on offense.
The defending champions Pepsi Warriors faced the Cars Plus Rams on
Sunday. The Rams lead 10-0 in the first quarter after turnovers put them in
great field position. It took a couple of series for the Pepsi Warriors to get
in their groove, running backs Hosea Ware and Dontana Keraskes handled the
ground game. Ware with the big gain here, he finished with close to 200 yards
with 2 touchdowns. Quarterback Danny Manibusan passed for 100-plus yards to go
with 4 touchdowns. Jacob Torres on the receiving end of as the Warriors won 43-10.