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GECKOS EARLY LEAD FOR GSPN CUP

First quarter championships in volleyball and football have the GW Geckos as the front runners for the 2014-15 GSPN Cup!

By Michael Cruz

The 3rd Annual GSPN High School Cup standings was finalized to determine the best all-around athletic program in the IIAGG for the 2014-2015 season. The Cup counts football, cross country, golf, volleyball, soccer, basketball, baseball, wrestling, softball, tennis, rugby, track & field, and paddling (not counted was flag rugby or junior varsity sports).

The point system is as follows 5 points for All Island Champions and 1 point per playoff victory.

1st Quarter Results

Football- GW 7, FD 2, Okkodo 2, JFK 1

Boys Cross Country- JFK 5

Girls Cross Country- JFK 5

Boys Golf- St. Thomas 5

Girls Golf- St. John’s 5

Girls Volleyball- GW 8, Academy 2, Notre Dame 2, Southern 1

Standings after 1st Quarter

1st Place: GW 15 points. The Geckos finish undefeated and claimed another title in football. The girls volleyball was equally impressive taking down the defending champion Cougars in four sets. Both teams combined for five playoff victories.

2nd Place: JFK 11 points. The Islanders swept the cross country titles for a second year in a row. The much-improved football team picked up a playoff win.

3rd Place: St. Thomas 5/ St. John’s 5. Another repeat sweep for STA in boys golf with the female Knights getting the edge over the defending champion girls of St. Thomas.

4th Place: Academy 2, Notre Dame 2, FD 2 and Okkodo 2. Academy finish as runner-ups in girls volleyball. ND won the 3rd place game in girls volleyball. FD finished as football runner ups. Okkodo ends their best football season ever winning the 3rd place game.

5th Place: Southern 1. The Lady Dolphins picked up a playoff win in volleyball.

Previous Cup Winners

2013-14 GSPN Cup

2012-13 GSPN Cup

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They are the daughters of former star quarterback and pitcher Chris ‘Cool Breeze’ Wessling and wife Missy.
CiMara-Lei was also named the league’s Newcomer of the Year after the family moved from Dallas to San Antonio.
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Austia Mendiola made it to the California state pairs finals in collegiate beach volleyball before losing to Monterey Peninsula.
Playing for San Diego Mesa College, Mendiola and her partner made it to the finals out of 32 top women’s college teams in the state.

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