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GSPN CUP: FRIARS/COUGARS MAINTAIN LARGE LEAD

The Friars/Cougars are still maintaining a large lead after bringing their third straight wrestling title. The Geckos and Warriors started gaining ground with title wins with only two more quarters to go for the 2018/19 GSPN Cup!

By Michael Cruz

The 5th Annual GSPN High School Cup standings determine the best all-around athletic program in the IIAAG for the 2017-2018 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 Result (46 Points)

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

Boys Cross Country – St. Paul – 5

Girls Cross Country – St. John’s – 5

Boys Golf – FD – 5

Girls Golf – AOLG – 5

Girls Volleyball – ND – 8, St. John’s – 2, AOLG – 2, GW – 1

Second Quarter Result (49 Points)

Boys Wrestling – FD – 5

Girls Wrestling- GW – 5

Girls Basketball – St. Paul – 8, AOLG – 2, Guam High – 2, GW – 1

Boys Soccer – JFK – 8, Harvest – 2, FD – 2, St. Paul – 1

Baseball – GW – 8, Sanchez – 2, FD – 2, Guam High – 1

Standings after 2nd Quarter

1st – FD/AOLG – 31 points – FD repeats in wrestling, win a soccer playoff game, and win a baseball playoff game.

2nd – GW – 17 points – GW takes back the baseball championship and win a basketball playoff game.

3rd – St. Paul – 14 points – The warriors repeat as champs in girls basketball and win a soccer playoff game.

4th – JFK – 10 points – The boys soccer title returns to JFK.

5th – ND – 8 points

6th – St. John’s – 7 points

7th – Guam High – 4 points – The Panthers win 3rd place in girls basketball and win a baseball playoff game.

8th – Sanchez and Harvest – 2 points – Sharks get on board with runner-up in baseball and Harvest does the same in soccer.

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DID U KNOW?

Kein Artero has a list of who’s who of Artero uncles who’ve starred in Guam’s gridiron: Andre Artero UOG Tritons & Hals Angels OL, Bubba Artero UOG Tritons & Hals Angels OL, Kenny Artero SSHS DB/Baseball Pitcher, Jesse Sablan FD & Hals Angels FB, Roland San Nicolas FD & Hals Angels OL, Chuck Ada SSHS & Hals Angels DB,  Ed “Rock” Artero SSHS & Hals Angels MLB, “Wild” Bill Ada FD & Hals Angels ML, Jared Ada FD & Hals Angels WR/Utility

 

COMING SOON …

– 24th Marianas Fishing Derby

– NFL Week 3: Steelers at 49ers

– Jon Tuck’s Bellator debut

QUICK HITS

Dana Holmes is the new UOG men’s head basketball coach. In the last two years, he was a coach at FBLG Middle School and most recently a PE teacher at GW.

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Pro triathlete Mieko Carey finished third in XTERRA Japan on Sunday in a time of 3:43:02. Her career was on hiatus for a couple of years raising her twin children. It’s safe to say the 40-year-old is back in top form. Congratulations Mieko san!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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