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2013 FAR EAST CROSS COUNTRY

Far East Cross Country 2013-14Guam High School, Father Duenas and Academy participated this year in the Far Easr Cross Country competition against schools from Japan & Korea.

“Our Guam runners did good in spite of the thick fog & cold weather – we all finished and most if not all did better than last year,” said parent chaperone Joyce Sayama.

The Day 1 individual race was ar Camp Fuji Marine Base while the Day 2 Relay Race was at the Atsugi Naval Air Station Golf Course.

Individual Race Rank for Guam Teams 

(boys out of 82 runners)

Jaden Pangelinan – Senior FD #25 (19:44) – 3rd FECC

Tyler Thorne – Guam High #29 (19:54)

Nathan Abril -Senior  FD #36 (20:18) – 1st FECC

Shayne Aricayos – Senior FD #41 (20:30) – 2nd FECC

Bleu Perez – Senior FD #48 (20:45) – 1st FECC

Wayne Owen – Guam High #50 (20:50)

Brandon Flores – Junior FD#53 (21:00) – 1st FECC

Zachary Phillips – Guam High #56 (21:14)

Jacob Harrold – Guam High #63 (21:44)

Jacen Blackburn – Guam  High #64 (21:53)

(girls – out of 79 runners)

Emma Martin – Senior Guam High #18 (23:14)

Lisa Oveido – Guam High #50 (25:46)

Eliana Koshiba-Panuelo – Sophomore AOLG #51 (25:47) – 2nd FECC

Alette McGuire – GH#60 (26:27)

Loren Magante – Senior GH#66 (26:57)

Heather Bossart – GH#68 (26:58)

Jonelle Sayama – Sophomore AOLG#72 (27:59) – 2nd FECC

Angelyn Sy – Sophomore AOLG#74 (28:10) – 1st FECC

Meghan Chico -Senior AOLG #77 (29:15) – 2nd FECC

Arisa Barcinas – Sophomore AOLG #78 (30:05) – 1st FECC

 See photo gallery here

Sayama was a parent chaperone for FD/AOLG along with Ms. Elfrieda Koshiba. Coaches Brian Galang, Napu Castro and Joe Taitano were on hand for their teams as well as FD Administrator Tony Thompson.

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