FRIARS/COUGARS INCREASE LEAD FOR 2017 GSPN CUP

FRIARS/COUGARS INCREASE LEAD FOR 2017 GSPN CUP

📅07 April 2017
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By Michael Cruz

The 4th Annual GSPN High School Cup standings determine the best all-around athletic program in the IIAAG for the 2016-2017 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.

First Quarter Results

Football – FD – 8, GW – 2, Guam High – 2, JFK – 1

Boys Cross Country – JFK – 5

Girls Cross Country – Guam High – 5

Boys Golf – St. John’s – 5

Girls Golf – St. John’s – 5

Girls Volleyball – AOLG – 8, GW – 3, St. John’s – 3, ND – 2, JFK – 1, Sanchez – 1, Southern – 1, Harvest – 1

Second Quarter Results

Baseball – GW-11, Tiyan – 3, FD – 2, Guam High – 2, JFK – 1, Okkodo – 1

Girls Basketball – Okkodo – 8, Sanchez – 3, St. Paul – 3, ND – 2, Sanchez  – 1, AOLG – 1, GW – 1, St. John’s – 1

Boys Wrestling – FD – 5

Girls Wrestling – Sanchez – 5

Boys Soccer – JFK – 8, St. John’s – 3, Harvest – 3, GW – 2, FD – 1, Guam High – 1, Southern – 1, St. Paul – 1

Third Quarter Results

Boys Tennis – FD – 5

Girls Tennis – AOLG – 5

Boys Basketball – St. Paul – 9, FD – 3, Sanchez – 3, Guam High – 2, Southern – 1, St. John’s – 1, Okkodo – 1, JFK – 1

Boys Rugby – FD – 8, GW – 2, Sanchez – 2 , Southern – 1

Girls Rugby – GW 8, AOLG – 2, Southern – 2, Tiyan – 1

Girls Softball – JFK – 10, AOLG – 3, Sanchez – 2, Guam High – 2, Southern – 1, GW – 1

Standings after 3rd Quarter

1) FD/AOLG: 51 points – The Frougars swept both team tennis titles. FD was the basketball runner-up in a thrilling championship game and the boys rugby repeated as champions. The Cougars were runner-ups in softball and rugby.  

2) GW: 30 points – The Lady Geckos continued their dominance in rugby and may just be the greatest dynasty of any Guam prep program. Boys rugby was runner-up for the second straight year.

3) JFK: 27 points – The Lady Islanders pulled off five wins total to take the softball title to keep the Islanders trend of winning a title every quarter alive.

4) St. John’s: 18 points – The golf titles put the Knights in a high spot, but their second place finish in boys soccer would be the last notable point earners given they have no rugby or softball teams.

5) Guam High/Sanchez: 14 points – The Panthers picked up playoff wins in basketball and softball. Sanchez secured 3rd place in boys rugby, basketball, and softball.

6) St. Paul: 13 points – The warriors rolled to an undefeated regular season and playoff run to the championship.

7) Okkodo/Southern: 10 points – Southern placed 3rd in girls rugby.

8) ND, Harvest, and Tiyan: 4 points – The Titans made it in the girls rugby semifinals.

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