Defense leads Guam past Simon Sanchez
DEDEDO, Guam – RaSean Jacobs might not have had the chance to score both of Guam High’s touchdowns against Simon Sanchez, were it not for the defensive play of Evan Cavenall.
The senior forced two fumbles, each of which was recovered by Ruben Rodriguez and each set up a Jacobs TD run. That rallied the Panthers from a 2-0 halftime deficit for a 15-2 win Saturday over the Sharks at Okkodo High School.
“He was our defensive star,” coach Jacob Dowdell said of Cavenall, normally a nose tackle who was moved to defensive end to cover for an injured starter. Cavenall responded with the two recoveries along with eight tackles.
“He won’t make a lot of tackles,” Dowdell said of Cavenall, “but he definitely blew up their (Sharks’) offense.”
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