Guam gets a bit healthier and it shows on scoreboard

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Guam High running back RaSean Jacobs tries to knife his way between Okkodo defenders. DONNA RHODES/SPECIAL TO STRIPES
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Guam High running back RaSean Jacobs tries to knife his way between Okkodo defenders. DONNA RHODES/SPECIAL TO STRIPES

Guam gets a bit healthier and it shows on scoreboard

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published: October 01, 2018

AGANA HEIGHTS, Guam – Julius Gaduang and Jason Jackson had not played since suffering injuries in Guam High’s first game of the season.

They sparkled in their returns on Saturday and boosted the Panthers to sole possession of third place in the Interscholastic Football League.

Gaduang rushed 16 times for 182 yards and a touchdown and Jackson had two interceptions as Guam shut out Okkodo 42-0 for its fourth win of the season. The Panthers are a half-game ahead of Southern, which lost 39-0 Saturday to first-place Father Duenas.

“The injured reservists came to play tonight,” coach Jacob Dowdell said of Gaduang and Jackson. “We were very happy for them to come back.”

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