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CASSIDY & FLORES TAKE SPEARFISHING TITLE

Check out who brought in the biggest catch from Saturday’s 2014 Spearfishing Challenge as competitors weighed in at the Agana Boat Basin.

By Robert Balajadia

The fishing duo of Mike Cassidy and Ray Flores took home top honors in the 2014 Spearfishing Derby with the top catch coming in at 33.49 lbs!

Chris Debeer and Peter Green had the lead until Cassidy and Flores brought in their catch. Debeer and Green weighed in at 25.35 lbs. with their Mamulan.

Here are some of the other highlights of Saturday’s underwater fishing action.

• Erik Flores and Chase Weir had the top lagua, or parrot fish, at 4.8 pounds;

• Monique Genereux and Pat Atherton had the top tataga, or blue spine unicorn, at 1.48 pounds;

• Christian Blas and Vince Pangelinan had the top guili, or rudderfish, at 3.52 pounds;

• Brandon Murakami and Keith Perez had the top hangon, or orange spine unicorn, at 0.85 pounds.

Complete Results

1) Mike Cassidy/Ray Flores – 33.49 (tang/longnose emperor)

2) Chris Debeer/Peter Green – 25.35 (mamulan/uku)

3) Howard Gutierrez/David Leon Guerrero – 17.78 lbs. (mamulan/gibbus parrot)

4) JD Iriarted/ Yohei Harada – 17.46 lbs. (wahoo/guili)

5) Todd Genereux – 15.79 (bluefin jack)

6) Patrick Castro/Shaun Perez – 12.51 (tang/whiptail parrot female)

7) Herb Lagutang/Corey Lorenzo – 10.89 (pampano/ brassy jack)

8) Carl Dela Cruz/ Stephen Meno – 8.38 (hamala/bicolor parrot)

9) Erik Flores/Chase Weir – 7.41 (gibbus parrot)

10) Monique Genereux/Pat Atherton – 6.50 (brassy jack/guili)

11) Christian Blas/Vince Pangeliana – 5.84 (guili/whiptail parrot female)

12) Rueben Cruz/John Samiliano – 5.50 (bluefin jack/guili)

13) Brandon Murakami/Keith Perez – 5.50 (guili/tanface lagua)

14) Kelly Lizama/Roman Quinata – 4.29 (oriental sweetlips/gibbus parrot)

15) Ryan DiGiacomo – 3.78 (gibbus parrot/ rainbow parrot)

16) Darrell Quinata/Jason Paulino – 3.71 (guili/barred jack)

17) Ryan Reed 2.73 (gibbus parrot)

18) Mathew Siaz/ Jese Techira – 2.68 (bluefin jack/hugupao)

19) Bailey Ipock/Kyle Flowers – 1.05 (hangon/bullethead parrot)

20) Christian Quichocho/Mike Topasna – 0.97 (bullethead parrot/bullethead parrot)

21) Kevin Rodgers/Chaz Muna

 

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QUICK HITS

Team Onslaught represented Guam at the National X-Ball League paintball tournament in Sacramento, CA. The squad finished in 3rd place out of 12 teams in the Division 5 category.

Front L-R: Frankie Borja, Robert Delos Reyes
Back L-R: Marvin Reyes, Ericka Camacho, Gavin Santos, Nick Rivera, Nikki Tan, Adrian Mora, Ralph Sgambelluri

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Purebred Jiu-Jitsu Guam adds three more to their black belt stable. Daniel Cayanan, Cameron Mantanona and Peter Ungacta received their black belts on Saturday from Professor Stephen Roberto.

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