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OVER 130 CYCLIST PARTICIPATE IN TOUR OF GUAM

Guam Cycling Federation held their annual Tour Of Guam Sunday morning with over 130 racers competing in the long and short course.

Coming in first place for the long course was Philippines racer Mark John Lexer Galdeo, who has won the Tour of Guam four times in a row. For the women’s division, another familiar face topped the race as Guam’s Laura Nadeau won the race for the third year in a row.

For National Champions, Guam’s Dan Aponik took the title for a second straight year for the men’s and Joyce Calma took the top spot in the women’s.

Check out the FULL RESULTS below:

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COMING SOON …

4th Quarter Post Season

Boys Volleyball Champion v Champion on May 19

QUICK HITS

The St. Paul Warriors are the 2024 IIAAG Boys Middle School Basketball League Champions! The Warriors defeated the 2nd seed Andersen Dragons 60-47 to cap off their undefeated season.
Mario Bork led the Warriors with 20 points in the championship game.
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Sad News: Guam’s basketball community received word that long-time coach Gerrard ‘Gerry’ Barnes succumbed to cancer and passed away on May 7. 
Coach Barnes led the heralded Andersen Bombers from the 1980’s until recent years.
He also coached the Guam national team and at Simon Sanchez.
Coach Barnes was 73.

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