MISSION TIANJIN: BASKETBALL

[sixcol_five_last] By Robert Balajadia The 2013 VI East Asian Games are set to kick off in October and Edward “E.J.” Calvo and the Guam’s Men’s Basketball Team is getting ready

PALAGANAS WINS JULY TITLE

[sixcol_five_last] PRESS RELEASE – Top seed Rudy Palaganas romped over 2nd seed Norbie De Silva 264-205 with handicap to become July Senior Bowling Champion. While everyone had a fairly difficult

CALVO READY FOR 2nd GO AROUND

[sixcol_five_last] PRESS RELEASE – Pacific Xtreme Combat is back with their 38th installment of the Asia-Pacific’s top Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) event to be held on August 9th in Guam, USA. PXC

PALOMO’S HOMER LIFTS BRAVES

[sixcol_five_last] By Robert Balajadia The score was tied 9-9 in the top of the ninth inning with the bases loaded for Da Braves with two outs.  Jared Palomo then put

CAMACHO BEST IN 11th MOTO

[sixcol_five_last] PRESS RELEASE – The 11th round of the 12 round Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships was held this past Sunday at the Guam International Raceway in Yigo. With great

BIG BLUE TOPS CO-ED MASTERS

[sixcol_five_last] PRESS RELEASE – Big Blue officially takes sole possession of first place in the Bud Light Co-Ed Masters Soccer League following its 4-0 Week 5 win over IT&E/IP&E at

VALENCIA WINS NATIONAL CYCLING

[sixcol_five_last] By Patrick Lujan Could it be that another USA cyclist with Guam roots becomes a world champion? 17-year-old Matt Valencia is well on his way. The son of Guam’s

GAME 3: BRAVES WIN BIG

[sixcol_five_last] By Gus Untalan Led by Rico Castro’s two home runs and three RBI, Da Braves bounced back to win Game 3 of the Budweiser Baseball League Championship Series blowing

LOMBARD WINS GCF RACE SERIES

[sixcol_five_last] By Robert Balajadia Peter Lombard and Mieko Carey were the first male and female finishers in the Guam Cycling Federations final leg of Take Care Road Race Series.  The

PHILLIES TIE SERIES IN GAME 2

[sixcol_five_last] By Robert Balajadia The Crown Bakery Phillies dropped Game 1 against Da Braves after giving up a late lead, but Game 2’s late lead was kept safe as the