Guam – It was business as usual for the Cars Plus Rams as they beat a depleted Docomo Chargers squad in the final regular season game of the Miller Football League at the UOG Field on Sunday. Two touchdown passes by Brant McCreadie and a 32 yard field goal by Chris Santos had the Rams nursing a 17-6 lead going into the second half.
Two more touchdowns in the second half would help the Rams secure the 29-6 victory. The Chargers had only 18 players suited to play but made the most with what they had as quarterback Jacob Dowdell rushed in from 7 yards for their only score of the game.
Nate Baza had 1 rushing touchdown and 1 touchdown reception for the Rams. The Rams tried a variety of players at quarterback in the second half.
The defending Shell Hal’s Angels played like defending champions in the second meeting against the Pepsi Warriors.
The Warriors coughed up the ball more than they would have liked and Steve Phillips and the Angels took advantage of those turnovers. In the second quarter, SP, under pressure, connected with Mike James in the middle of the field, who then turned it up the field and popped it into sixth gear for the first score of the day. Another Pepsi turnover led to another touchdown pass, this time to his main target Jared Ada who took it in for a 45 yard TD.
After going up 14-0 at the half the Angels went on to beat the Warriors 21-7 with both teams ending the season at 3-3. SP finished 15-23 with 262 yards and 3 touchdowns. Tommy Morrison was 15-32 with 147 yards, 1 touchdown and 4 interceptions. The Warriors and Angels will play each other in the playoffs this Sunday.
The rematch for the Rams and the Chargers in the playoffs is this Saturday. Both games are at 2:30 at the UOG Field.