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FIVE PANTHERS SIGN COLLEGIATE LETTERS OF INTENT

Five Guam High Panthers signed their collegiate letters of intent Saturday afternoon at the Guam High campus in front of their friends and family. Two football players, two soccer players and a rugby standout made for a big event, one which has come annually for the Panther community. Guam High’s Tyler Phan, Brennan King, Max Lindfors, Sincere Powell and Evan Cavenall were the athletes in spotlight.

By Robert Balajadia

Five Guam High Panthers signed their collegiate letters of intent Saturday afternoon at the Guam High campus in front of their friends and family. Two football players, two soccer players and a rugby standout made for a big event, one which has come annually for the Panther community. Guam High’s Tyler Phan, Brennan King, Max Lindfors, Sincere Powell and Evan Cavenall were the athletes in spotlight.

A special message from Guam friend Chad Ikei to all five athletes, a speech from principal Jason Sheedy and some celebratory cake were all included in the momentous occasion. All five athletes were a part of the Panther football program, even King, who suited up as the only female kicker in the league for the 2019 season.

Collegiate Offers

Tyler Phan

  • Bethel University, Indiana
  • NAIA Men’s Soccer
  • “I loved the support from the college, it’s close to family and I’ll be able to have some nice home cooked meals.”

Brennan King

  • Erskine University, South Carolina
  • NCAA DII Women’s Soccer
  • “I had the chance to work out with the team over summer and we bonded great. They felt like family and it felt like home.”

Max Lindfors

  • Norwich University, Vermont
  • NCAA DIII Men’s Rugby
  • “This college offered me the chance to pursue advancements in both the military and sports.”

Sincere Powell

  • Mayville State University, North Dakota
  • NAIA Men’s Football
  • “Though it’s not close to home, it is a smaller school so it will allow me to focus in on my education and career.”

Evan Cavenall

  • Wayne State College, Nebraska
  • NCAA DII Men’s Football
  • “It’s close to family and I like the educational programs they offer. I plan to major in business.”

All five athletes make their signing official Saturday afternoon in the Guam High Library.

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