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FRIARS/COUGARS INCREASE LEAD FOR 2017 GSPN CUP

Titles in rugby and tennis keep the Friars/Cougars ahead in the GSPN 2017 Cup race with the GW Geckos and JFK Islanders in second and third place.

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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