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    • PAULINO SINKS GAME WINNER FOR RIVAL WIN OVER 2013

      Late-game heroics in FD Alumni hoops.

      PAULINO SINKS GAME WINNER FOR RIVAL WIN OVER 2013
    • OCEANIA TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN FIJI

      Team Guam made their first showing in the Oceania Track & Field Championships in Fiji! Here’s how the athletes faired on their first day. Womens Shotput (10th) Genie Gerardo – 10.07m Men’s 400m 18U (8th) Joseph Aguon – 54.03s Men’s 400m 20U (10th) Athan Arizanga – 53.60s Men’s 100m Senior

      OCEANIA TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN FIJI
    • BANNER’S FOOTBALL FESTIVAL SET FOR JULY 6

      Zach Banner will be conducting a youth football festival on July 6th at the Guam High School gym and football field.

      BANNER’S FOOTBALL FESTIVAL SET FOR JULY 6
    • FD ALUMNI BASKETBALL: TUESDAY SCORES

      Get the latest scores from Tuesday nights FD Alumni Basketball Tourney.

      FD ALUMNI BASKETBALL: TUESDAY SCORES
    • MONSTER ENERGY MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS ROUND 8

      PRESS RELEASE – Guam International Raceway Motorcycle and Atv Corporation 2017 Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships Round 8 This past Sunday the eigth round of the 2017 Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships was held at the Guam International Raceway in Yigo. Participants and fans were greeted by perfect racing conditions as the

      MONSTER ENERGY MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS ROUND 8
    • CHARGUALAF LEADS GROUP IN 71-MILE RUN THROUGH GUAM

      From Merizo/Inarajan to Yigo and back, Ray Chargualaf and a handful of willing warriors spent their Father’s Day weekend traveling 71 miles around Guam for a challenge like no other.

      CHARGUALAF LEADS GROUP IN 71-MILE RUN THROUGH GUAM
    • RABAGO NAMED HEAD COACH OF UOG WOMEN’S TEAM

      The University of Guam on Monday, June 26 named Michael Rabago as Head Women’s Volleyball Coach. Rabago is a Physical Education teacher and the Athletic Director at Inarajan Middle School while also serving the Air National Guard as a Technical Sergeant.

      RABAGO NAMED HEAD COACH OF UOG WOMEN’S TEAM
    • EHARA DEFEATS LEGEND SUZUKI IN KINGS FUTURES FINALS

      No. 1 Hiroyasu Ehara dropped excitedly to the ground after winning the singles final of the 2017 King’s Guam Futures Sunday afternoon, not only because it was his second ITF Pro Circuit title of year, but also because it was against one of his tennis role models growing up – Takao Suzuki.

      EHARA DEFEATS LEGEND SUZUKI IN KINGS FUTURES FINALS