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6th EAST ASIAN GAMES RESULTS

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6th East Asian Games

Baseball

Sunday Oct 6: Chinese-Taipei 15, Guam 0

Monday Oct. 7: Korea 13, Guam 0

Tuesday Oct 8: Guam 7,  Hong Kong 3

Thursday Oct 10: Guam 27, Mongolia 1

Women’s Volleyball

Monday Oct. 7 – Japan def. Guam 25-6, 25-5, 25-5

Wednesday Oct. 9 – Hong Kong def. Guam 25-11, 25-6, 25-9

Women’s Basketball

Wednesday Oct. 9 – Japan 108, Guam 26 *Charrisse Bolabola 5 points

Thursday Oct. 10 – Hong Kong 69, Guam 42 *Kathryn Castro 10 points, 8 rebounds. Derin Santos 10 points 3 assists

Friday Oct. 11 – Guam vs. China

Saturday Oct. 12 – Guam vs. Chinese-Taipei

Men’s Basketball

Wednesday Oct. 9 – Mongolia 83, Guam 71 *Joe Blas 21 points, Vince Estella 14 points

Thursday Oct. 10 – Chinese-Taipei 83, Guam 59 *Joe Blas 14 points, Jin Han 9 points

Friday Oct. 11 – Korea 122, Guam 54 *JP Cruz 13 points, Willie Stinnett 12 points, 9 rebounds

Sunday Oct 13 – Guam 82, Hong Kong 70*JP Cruz 17 points, Jin Han 11 points, Willie Stinnett 19 points, Seve Susuico 10 points, Joe Blas 11 points, Vince Estella 14 points.

Bowling

Monday Oct. 7 :

Tim Nauta – GM1: 218, GM2:160, GM3: 179, GM4: 209, GM5: 239, GM6: 218. Total: 1223

Keith Guerrero – GM1: 181, GM2: 213, GM3: 175, GM4: 194, GM5: 182, GM6: 257. Total: 1202

Jay Leon Guerrero – GM1: 174, GM2: 200, GM3: 223, GM4: 198, GM5: 195, GM6: 202. Total: 1192

Ricky Duenas – GM1: 215, GM2: 151, GM3: 131, GM4: 193, GM5: 206, GM6: 183. Total: 1079

Bruce Calip – GM1: 157, GM2: 117, GM3: 138, GM4: 172, GM5: 164, GM6: 212. Total: 960

Thursday Oct 11: (8th of 13 in men’w trio)

Jay Leon Guerrero – 180, 178, 202, 196, 226, 177: Total 1159 193.17

Tim Nauta: 163, 221, 169, 159, 221, 164: Total 1097 182.83

Keith Guerrero: 224, 239, 266, 210, 185, 235: Total 1359 226.50

Dragon Boat

Oct 13: Guam women’s 500m semis – 4th out of 4; Guam men’s 500m semis – 4th out of 4

Judo

Hyok Chol Jang def. Vandric Jon Castro in 1:29

Cycling

Oct 13, Road: Peter Lombard DNF

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