George Washington hands Guam second straight loss
AGANA HEIGHTS, Guam – Too much muscle on the other side of the line and too many mistakes at crucial times were the undoing of Guam High on Friday.
George Washington covered a fumble in the end zone for the go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter and the Geckos hung on for a 20-7 win at Panthers Field.
The Geckos improved to 2-1, a half-game behind Father Duenas and John F. Kennedy (2-0) for first place, while the Panthers lost their second straight to fall to 1-2.
“We made critical errors, we couldn’t get the line going, they just outmuscled us in the line,” Panthers coach Jacob Dowdell said. “It was like men playing boys. Other than that, we were (each) at zero.”
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