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    • 2017 IIAAG FOOTBALL MID-SEASON REPORT

      By Robert Balajadia As quickly as the 2017 sports calendar year had started, it’s hard to believe we’re already at the midpoint of the football season. Though,  much is to be expected with just an eight-team league. After four games, three for the Okkodo Bulldogs and GW Geckos, there have

      2017 IIAAG FOOTBALL MID-SEASON REPORT
    • UOG TRITON ATHLETICS NAMES FIRST HOF CLASS

      The University of Guam Triton Athletics Department has named its first Hall of Fame class and will recognize the former athletes at the University on October 29, 2017 in the UOG Calvo Field House with a Hall of Fame Reception and Hall of Fame Basketball Game.

      UOG TRITON ATHLETICS NAMES FIRST HOF CLASS
    • KNIGHTS PUSHED TO THREE THRILLING SETS VERSUS COUGARS

      The Taga Division’s top seeded St. John’s Knights and the Gadao Division’s 2nd seeded Academy Cougars put on a great show Tuesday evening, setting the Knights gym in a playoff atmosphere. A back-and-forth contest swayed in favor of the home team Knights, beating the Cougars in three sets 25-21, 22-25, 25-22.

      KNIGHTS PUSHED TO THREE THRILLING SETS VERSUS COUGARS
    • AGNEW RETURNS PUNT FOR TD IN MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL

      Saipan native and current Detroit Lions cornerback Jamal Agnew took a punt 88 yards to the house in the final game of Week 2 of the NFL season.

      AGNEW RETURNS PUNT FOR TD IN MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
    • TEAM GUAM READY TO FACE ASIA’S BEST IN 3X3

      The Men & Women National Basketball Teams are headed east to face major Asian competition at The 2017 Asia Indoor Games in Turkmenistan from September 19thto 24th.

      TEAM GUAM READY TO FACE ASIA’S BEST IN 3X3
    • GALLERY: LEGACY VS. RUSSIAN COBRAS

      The Cobras Women’s Russian football team concluded their two week trip over the weekend, ending their Guam football journey with a game over Team Legacy. Due to an influx of injures for the Cobras, the game ended at halftime. Check out the gallery from GSPN’s Michael Ebio of the weekend

      GALLERY: LEGACY VS. RUSSIAN COBRAS
    • COUGARS TAKE CONTROL AFTER DIPPING 1ST SET

      The St. Paul Lady Warriors took a trip to Agana to play the mighty Academy Cougars Saturday night in a showdown in IIAAG Girls Volleyball. The Cougars had been unbeaten at home before the game, and their streak would continue as they dropped the Warriors 17-25, 25-21, 25-17.

      COUGARS TAKE CONTROL AFTER DIPPING 1ST SET
    • MANHA: PACKERS DEFENSE COMES UP CLUTCH

      By Mike Nauta Jr. This past Sunday, two of the best teams in the Triple J/Ford GNYFF Youth Football League Manha Division went head-to-head at the Eagles Field Mangilao. Both the Guam Packers and Guam Raiders went to battle as each fought to maintain their supremacy in the division. At

      MANHA: PACKERS DEFENSE COMES UP CLUTCH