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FIVE TITLES PROPEL FRIARS/COUGARS IN CUP STANDING

After winning three titles in the 2nd quarter alone, the FD Friars/Academy Cougars have jumped out to a HUGE lead in the GSPN Cup.

By Michael Cruz

The 5th Annual GSPN High School Cup standings determine the best all-around athletic program in the IIAAG for the 2017-2018 season.

The cup counts varsity sports in football, cross-country, golf, volleyball, soccer, basketball, baseball, wrestling, softball, tennis, rugby, track & field, and paddling. The point system is as follows 5 points for All Island Champions and 1 point per playoff victory.

The combined FD Friars and Academy Cougars are already out to a huge start with the Friars winning FIVE titles through two quarters.

Standings after 2nd Quarter (95 Points)

1st – FD/AOLG –  43 Points: The Frougars may be out of reach halfway through for the rest of the schools. FD wins baseball, soccer, and wrestling. AOLG finishes runner up for basketball.

2nd – Guam High & Notre Dame – 10 Points: The Lady Royals earned 2 points for 3rd place basketball finish.

3rd – Saint Paul – 9 Points: Lady Warriors win basketball title.

4th – Simon Sanchez – 6 Points: 6th straight girls wrestling title and semifinals appearance for baseball have Sharks on the board.

5th – GW and JFK – 4 Points: Geckos get runner up finish for baseball and Islanders do the same for boys soccer.

6th – Tiyan – 3 Points: The Titans win 3rd place for baseball.

7th – St. John’s & Harvest – 2 Points: The Eagles win 3rd place for boys soccer.

8th – Southern & Okkodo – 1 Point: Dolphins and Bulldogs get their schools on the board.

First Quarter Results (46 Points)

Football – FD – 8, GW – 2,  JFK – 2,  Tiyan – 1

Boys Cross Country – Guam High – 5

Girls Cross Country – Guam High – 5

Boys Golf – FD – 5

Girls Golf – AOLG – 5

Girls Volleyball – ND – 8, St. John’s – 2, AOLG – 2, St. Paul – 1

Second Quarter Results (49 Points)

Baseball – FD – 8, GW – 2,  Tiyan – 2,  Sanchez – 1

Boys Wrestling – FD – 5

Girls Wrestling – Sanchez – 5

Boys Soccer – FD – 8, JFK – 2, Harvest – 2, Southern – 1

Girls Basketball – St. Paul – 8, AOLG – 2, ND – 2, Okkodo – 1

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