GSPN’s Jay Leon Guerrero gets you ready for the 2017 boys basketball playoffs.
After four days of competition, the John F. Kennedy Islanders and the Okkodo Bulldogs 1 are the lone undefeated teams in the GBC-IIAAG 3rd Annual Junior Varsity Tournament. The two teams who finished 1 and 2, respectively, in the regular season will meet 6:30 p.m. March 1 to see who
Guamanians Triston Santos and Steven Pangelinan living overseas continue to make headlines in high school wrestling.
The Sumay Chiefs were crowned champions of the 2017 Aloha Maid Amateur Baseball Finals Sunday evening by getting through a tough Auto Spot Canyons squad in seven thrilling innings, tallying a close 4-3 final score.
’76 Middle School Baseball action continued this Saturday at Okkodo High School Triple J Field with the Jose Rios Voyagers taking on the Oceanview Knights and the Benavente Road Runners facing off against the Astumbo Dragons.
The last game of the high school rugby regular season ended, as is it does every year, with Guam’s biggest rugby rivalry between the FD Friars and GW Geckos. The defending champion Friars and Geckos were both sporting unbeaten records heading into Saturday’s contest with FD walking away victors 10-0.
The opening round of the girls softball playoffs began Saturday morning with four games between eight teams dominating the day. The closest match of the day came between the 3rd seeded Cougars and 6th seeded GW Geckos. Academy escaped a late 7th inning rally from the Geckos to secure a semifinals spot, getting the close 6-3 win.
The St. Paul Warriors finished their regular season with perfect (11-0) record after riding a 4th quarter wave to defeat the home team JFK Islanders 67-41 Friday evening.
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The St. Paul Lady Warriors took home the Asia Christian Schools Conference championship in Taiwan beating the host team Morrison 65-44. Isla Quinata was named the MVP.
Ryan Matienzo (1:15:30) and Manami Iijima (1:27:45) win the Hafa Half Marathon.
Rico Flores completed a 75-mile ruck march from Fort Hood to Capital City in Texas as part of the 1st Annual Ruck for the Fallen/Suicide/PTSD prevention for our veterans.
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