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LEGACY BLANK RAIDERS 39-0

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By Patrick LujanGWTL FINAL LOGO

Olivia Flores rushed for four touchdowns and Gia Sarusal gained 120 yards as the league-leading Team Legacy ran past the Lady Raiders 39-0 Sunday afternoon in the Guam Women’s Tackle Football League at the Eagle Field.

Flores nearly hit the century mark for rushing, coming up with 94 yards to go along with her four TDs. The speedy Sarusal could’ve had more but she had two long touchdowns called back on penalties.

Kimberlyn Tupaz was a monster on defense, recording 10 tackles with an interception and a fumble recovery. Kineisha Flores also had 10 tackles for Legacy. Quarterback Morgan Reyes passed for 45 yards and two scores.

Jovanee Borja did all she could for the 0-3 Raiders, fighting for 51 rushing and 57 receiving yards.

SINDALU 68, LADY SPARTANS 0

Tiara Santos and Deanna Garcia both scored four times in Sindalu’s huge win. Santos racked up  over 200 yards of offense (148 passing, 40 rushing, 35 receiving).

 Racing to the end zone Legacy’s Olivia Flores beats Raiders Claudia Guerrero for a 35 yard touchdown. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Racing to the end zone Legacy’s Olivia Flores beats Raiders Claudia Guerrero for a 35 yard touchdown. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Next Sunday at 2:30 p.m. the last two undefeated teams battle it out: Legacy vs. Sindalu.

GWTFL STANDINGS

Legacy 3-0

Sindalu 3-0

Stunnerz 2-1

Ruff Ryders 2-1

SteelBlazers 1-2

Lady Spartans 1-2

Lady Raiders 0-3

Iron Maidens 0-3

 

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The Legacy extra point kick is good. (photo by Jesse Castro)

The Legacy extra point kick is good Lauren Fannon. (photo by Jesse Castro)

 Legacy’s quarterback Morgan Reyes looks to hand the ball off to her running back Sawnnel Castro. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Legacy’s quarterback Morgan Reyes looks to hand the ball off to running back Sawnnel Castro. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Raiders Jovanee Borja tries to gain more yards with Legacy’s Kimberlyn Tupaz wrapping her up and Dana Benavente holding her hair. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Raiders Jovanee Borja tries to gain more yards with Legacy’s Kimberlyn Tupaz wrapping her up and Dana Benavente holding her hair. (photo by Jesse Castro)

 Raiders Ashley Hocog looks upfield for her receiver. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Raiders Ashley Hocog looks upfield for her receiver. (photo by Jesse Castro)

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