Guam tops Southern to grab No. 3 seed in playoffs
AGANA HEIGHTS, Guam -- Travon Jacobs was limited to two games last season due to an arm injury. He came back this season to play every game for Guam High.
After the Panthers’ 38-0 regular season-ending shutout of Southern, coach Jacob Dowdell said Jacobs is coming into his own.
The sophomore quarterback was 14-for-25 for 280 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 51 yards on five carries. Were it not for a few dropped passes, Jacobs could have been “well over 300 yards” and the best may be yet to come, Dowdell said.
“This was his best game by far,” Dowdell said of Jacobs, who was injured in the first game of the season last year and played in the Panthers’ 19-16 playoff loss to George Washington.
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