JFK finds, exploits Guam weaknesses in 31-12 victory
AGANA HEIGHTS, Guam – After winning six straight games to reach the Guam semifinals, Guam High heads to Kadena next week as holders of a two-game losing streak and fourth place in the island playoffs.
“Rookie mistake after rookie mistake,” coach Jacob Dowdell said after his Panthers lost 31-12 to John F. Kennedy in Friday’s third-place game at Panthers Field.
“Everywhere we had youth, they (Islanders) capitalized on it and we have a lot of youth in a lot of places. Long snaps, we gave up a safety, that put us behind the power curve … and we never could get into a rhythm after that.”
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