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MATUA ALL-STARS SELECTED FOR NOV. 10 ALL-STAR GAME

The 2018 Triple J Football All-Star Game is approaching!

The 2018 Triple J Football All-Star Game is approaching!

Going down on November 10th at the Angel’s Field, the fourth annual Football All-Star Game will take over Saturday with two exciting football games on tap!

At 4 pm, the GNYFF Matua Stars will take the field for the second straight year with the high school stars kicking off at 7 pm.

The Stars from each of the GNYFF teams have been selected and are presented below. Check out who will be representing the MUSTANGS and the RAPTORS on November 10!

MUSTANGS

Southern Cowboys
Jerrey (pronounced Jer-Ray)San Nicolas #6
Chance Esteves #1
Joseph Aguon #66
Devaun Naputi #00
Malik Coulter #56
Lanz Naputi #19
Mike Jesus #2
Devinn Cabrera #22

Outlaws
Josiah Quintanilla #57
Cisco Brown #2
Rodney Camacho #51
Luke Aguon #1
Sean Lacdoo #88
Jarren Leon Guerrero #32
Preston Hernandez #22
Jonah Guzman #16

Eagles
Tristen Hayes #40
Brian Hayes #67
Mykai Blas #1
Robert San Nicolas #2
Jake Cruz #3
Roderick Santos #7

Raiders
Azarias Quichocho #85
KinJohn San Nicolas #78
Jonahs Gumabon #69
Kyle Potter #27
Jaraze Sapeymai #11
Alex Fitiausi #5
Keoni Rabon #3
Albert Rokop #24

RAPTORS

Steelers
Adin Lumba #44
Pierce Pangelinan #00
Lance Aguon #10
Paco Toves #40
Gregory Martinez #90
Zaiden Cruz #33
Treydan Rosario #5
Kekoa Gamboa #25

Angels
Caleb Murphy #2
Darren Cepeda #5
Noah Medler #10
Gage Chinel #16
Ethan Sablan #21
Austin Aguon #32
Jonathan Sablan #33
James Paraiso #55

Packers
Eric Sablan #25
Cohen Blas #52
Justice Brub #3
Austin Apatang #27
Casey Febre #2
Drayvin Apatang #11
Alex Bow #53
Bradlee Zapatos #17

Broncos
Aidan Bamba #11
Jude Mendiola #3
Chawi Keresoma #10
Ameah Salas #14
Ipo Aguon Indalecio #15
Mana Aguon Indalecio #16
Jace Murakami #4
Francisco Mantanona #9

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Since forming the GNYFF in 2009, the league has never gone without a season until 2020. The league announced their plans to cancel the 2020 season amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

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RIP: Former Guam football player Phil Mendiola, shown here with son Tano, passed away in Las Vegas due to a heart attack. Mendiola played for numerous Guam teams from youth to varsity. He was 39.
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Morgan McKenna (left with black face mask) poses for a photo with Guam Football Association Technical Director Sang Hoon Kim (seated, with blue face mask) and Guam Football Association Assistant Technical Director Ross Awa (standing) after signing his letter of commitment to play intercollegiate men’s soccer for Muskingum University in Ohio. The Fighting Muskies compete in NCAA Division III’s Ohio Athletic Conference.

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