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GML: WEEK 5 RECAP

After a couple of rain outs that hampered Week 4, the 2021 Guam Major League season was back in full swing.

The Jr. Nationals continue to impress, winning both games this week to improve to 4-1 and extending their winning streak to four.

Here’s the recap of Week 5:

DODGERS 21, RANGERS 1

The Dodgers had no mercy on the Talofofo Rangers, pouring on more runs than the rain from the tropical depression.

Mike Bautista led the onslaught going 4-for-5 while Shon Muna, Jr. contributed three hits as the Dodgers bang out the most runs in the season so far.

JR. NATIONALS 9, COUGARS 8

The young Nationals continue to impress us with a hard-fought win as Tyler Santos came up with the walk-off hit in the bottom of the 9th.

The Cougars actually led 5-0 in the Sunday matinee before the Jr. Nats struck with four runs in the 3rd and three more in 4th.

Santos, Franklin Ninete, Jr., Ricky Leon Guerrero and John Sablan all had three hits with Leon Guerrero and Sablan driving in three runs each.

For the Cougars, Hunter Kenney, Aiden McDonald and Napu San Miguel each had a pair of hits

The Jr. Nats have now won three straight.

REDHAWKS 11, FALCONS 3

Yona broke open a 3-3 tie with six runs in the bottom of the 7th inning.

Mark Parks and Joey Young stayed hot going 3-for-5 while Tristan Cruz and Devin Sparks added two hits to help snap the Redhawks 3-game losing streak.

Bradley Meno went the distance on the mound for Yona.

RAYS 12, SPARTANS 2

The reigning champion Rays continue to ride in stride with the Dodgers atop the standings behind the pitching of Kyle Kukendall.

Cooper Paulino was a home run shy of hitting for the cycle, going 4-for-5 with 2 RBI. Justin Candoleta went 2-for-3 and drove in two runs.

The Rays scored four runs in the 5th and 6th innings before wrapping up the 10-run rule.

Mark your calendar: Sunday, July 11 @ 7 pm. Rays vs. Dodgers

JR. NATIONALS 16, REDHAWKS 3

The young bucks continue their red-hot streak, jumping out with 12 runs in the first three innings all the while starting pitcher Nolan Cruz was dealing with four innings of no-hit ball.

The smokin bats included Javen Pangelinan 3-for-5 3 RBI; Ashton Tedtaotao 2-for-6 3 RBI; John Sablan 2-for-4 4 RBI; Sean Balauro 3-for-3.

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