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TRIPLE J ALL STAR FOOTBALL GAME DRAFT

Follow along LIVE as coach Bruce Meno and Ryan Rios select their teams for the Triple J All-Star Football Game! Draft begins at 5:45 pm (Chamorro Standard Time).

*Roster is subject to change based on player availability/commitment

MUSTANGS: First team meeting @ 4 pm Thursday: Eagles Field

RAPTORS: First team meeting @ 4 pm Thursday: GW

Team Mustangs (Bruce Meno)

#1 pick – Kein Artero (FD/11)

#4 pick – Jon Espino (GW/12)
#5 pick – Rylan Napoleon (FD/12)

#8 pick – Eugene Arriola (FD/10)
#9 pick – Justin Camacho (JFK/12)

#12 pick – Nick Anderson (FD/11)
#13 pick – RaSean Jacobs (Guam High/12)

#16 pick – Noah Diaz (FD/12)
#17 pick – Brian Anderson (FD/12)

#20 pick – Gavin Leon Guerrero (Southern/12)
#21 pick – Kobe Onedera (FD/12)

#24 pick – Nate Pinaula (FD/12)
#25 pick – Enrique Macias (GW/11)

#28 pick – Kamerin Toves (Sanchez/11)
#29 pick – Adryan Lujan (FD/12)

#32 pick – Lawrence Tisalona (JFK/12)
#33 pick – Joaquin Lujan (GW/12)

#36 pick – Tyler Aguon (FD/12)
#37 pick – Brock Bonette (Southern/11)

#40 pick – Roy Chargualaf (FD/9)
#41 pick – Jayson Jackson (Guam High/11)

#44 pick – Rodion Balbin (FD/11)
#45 pick – Gave Stanley (Southern/12)

#48 pick – Nick Akimoto (FD/12)
#49 pick – Evan Brown (FD/9)

#52 pick – Gene Santos (JFK/12)
#53 pick – Brandon Soriano (FD/12)

#56 pick – Matua Whalen (Guam High/9)

Team Raptors (Ryan Rios)

#2 pick – Jose San Miguel (GW/12)
#3 pick – Travon Jacobs (Guam High/10)

#6 pick – Shelby Meeks (GW/11)
#7 pick – Chase Spotanski (JFK/12)

#10 pick – Juan Sarmiento (JFK/11)
#11 pick – Joseph Lujan (GW/12)

#14 pick – Jonah Garcia (GW/11)
#15 pick – Noah Rosalin (Southern/12)

#18 pick – Davin Mojica (Tiyan/11)
#19 pick – Joaquin Rivera (FD/12)

#22 pick – Jerome Quichocho (GW/12)
#23 pick – Deaunte Delgado (JFK/12)

#26 pick – Aaron Toves (GW/11)
#27 pick – Ethan Cepeda (FD/12)

#30 pick – Harold Gaerlan (Sanchez/12)
#31 pick – Tanner Calvo (Southern/11)

#34 pick – Ethaniel Cali (GW/12)
#35 pick – Davin Blas (Southern/12)

#38 pick – Noah Quichocho (GW/12)
#39 pick – Josh Dela Cruz (GW/12)

#42 pick – Ethan Sanchez (Okkodo/11)
#43 pick – Jose Taitingfong (GW/12)

#46 pick – John Topasna (Southern/12)
#47 pick – Elijah Calvo (FD/12)

#50 pick – Christian Cabrera (GW/12)
#51 pick – James Crisostomo (GW/11)

#54 pick – Jeylen Dowdell (Guam High/12)
#55 pick – Elijah Dudkewitz (FD/12)

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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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