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PANTHERS SWEEP ALL-ISLAND TRACK & FIELD MEET

Panthers continue recent T&F domination

By Ben Leon Guerrero

The Guam High Panthers dynasty continues after capturing the ISA 2022 Boys and Girls Track & Field Championships Monday night at the JFK track. The boys team took first place in nine of the 15 events for their fifth straight title while the girls team garnered first place in five of the 15 events for their third consecutive title. 

Aaron Johnson’s two gold, two silver medals and Kailee Guerrero’s three gold medals led the way for the Panthers. Both athletes were members of last year’s championship teams.

“It’s historical. Five straight championships for the boys and three straight for the girls. I’m glad that Guam High is finally getting recognized for winning that many championships in a row.” 

– Guam High head coach Joe Taitano

Taitano, who has been sidelined due to health issues, continued to play a significant part of the team from a distance meeting through Google Classroom and providing the workouts for practice and the impact he has on his team showed as both the boys and girls teams rushed to his side after receiving their trophies. 

“Being away physically is hard because I love coaching the kids, so I’m glad I was able to work out with them for the first 3 ½ weeks and instill in them some of the things I thought were important to ensure we at least have a shot at the title.” 

The Panthers dominated the boys sprinting events accumulating a total of 63 points for the 100m, 200m and 400m events. Johnson took gold in the 400m and silver in the 100m and 200m events behind teammate Alex Gallego who took gold in the 100m and 200m events and bronze in the 400m.

“It feels good to carry on the legacy that was left by the seniors from last year especially my brother (AJ) who left with four gold medals,” said Johnson. “I’m just trying to live up to that legacy and I feel like I put my best efforts today.” Johnson scored 36 out of a possible 40 points.

JFK Islanders senior Mark Imazu and sophomore Hugh Kent owned the mid distance events with Imazu taking gold in the 800m and silver in the 1500m and bronze in the 3000m events while Kent took silver in the 800m and gold in the 1500m and 3000m events. 

In the relay events, it was Guam High again taking the top spot for both the 4x100m and 4x400m relays. GW with silver and JFK with bronze rounded out the 4x100m event while JFK tool silver and GW took bronze in the 4x400m relays.

For the fielding events, it was Guam Adventist Academy’s Carlos Poppe who took gold for the second year in a row while FD’s Brendon Cellona took gold for the discus and JFK’s Hanzelrein Arellano took gold for the javelin event.

Guam High also took care of the jumping events as the Panthers swept the long jump event with Johnson taking gold, Gallego silver and Jared Aguon bronze. Aguon would also take gold in the triple jump event. Alex Na of JFK took silver and FD’s Dylan Francisco with the bronze.

Aguon, joining the team after an injury, added a big boost to the Panthers already dominant boys team taking gold and hitting his personal best in the triple jump with 12.83m and gold with the 4x100m relay and bronze in the long jump. 

“I just wanted to strive to be the best I can especially joining late in the season and to be at the same level as my teammates,” said Aguon. “This is my first year in track and it allowed me to embrace my competitiveness, even with the guys from Tiyan (Dean Masnayon) and GW (Nathan Castro) those guys pushed me to do my best and to drive harder.”

BOYS Team

Guam High – 188

JFK – 132

Sanchez/GW – 52

FD – 30

Southern – 22

Tiyan – 15

GAA – 11

Okkodo – 8

Kailee Guerrero helped carry the Panthers to their third straight girls championship. (photo by Matua Salas)

GIRLS DIVISION

In the girls division, the Guam High Panthers squeaked by the GW Geckos by a margin of three points winning the championship in the 4x400m event. Heading into the All-Island Meet, the Geckos posed the biggest threat to dethroning the Panthers heading into the final event with a one-point lead. But Guam High would not be denied as the 4x400m relay team took gold and its 10 points to overtake GW for the title. Sanchez took silver and the Geckos took bronze to round out the 4x400m top three finishers.

“We were told from the start that the difference between us and the other teams were about one or two points. So, we knew it was going to be down to the 4x400m and our team was super ready to go out and get it. They did amazing!”

– Guam High’s Kailee Guerrero

Guerrero took gold for the second consecutive year in the 100m and 200m events as well as gold in the 4x100m relay event scoring a total of 30 points for the Panthers. The junior has a total of seven gold medals out of seven events dating back to last year’s All-Island where she took gold in the 100m, 200m, 400m and 4x400m events.

“Coach Dial helped us along the way, and we knew coach Taitano was with us in spirit. Both coaches helped us move along in the season and be successful by encouraging us every single day,” said Guerrero. “The motivation was focused on the championship and I’m really glad we made it.”

Erica Palisoc of Simon Sanchez took silver in the 100m and 200m events and GW’s Alexis Robinson took bronze in the 100m and 200m events. In the 400m event, GW’s Aleah Castro and Sanchez’s Kayna Kanemoto tied for gold with an identical time of 1:05.75 while Guam High’s Cirie Hawkins took bronze.

GW continued to put the pressure on the Panthers as they dominated the 800m, 1500m and 3000m events with junior Jordan Baden taking gold all three events. Mary Jane Gatbonton of Sanchez took silver in the 800m and 1500m events. Rebekah Stringham from Guam High took bronze in the 800m. Robin Cruz of GW took bronze in the 1500m and 3000 meter events with Keira Paz from Guam High rounding out the mid distance taking silver in the 3000m.

In the 100m hurdle,s GW’s Castro took gold, Guam High’s Hawkins took silver and Marie Calvo from JFK took bronze. For the 300m hurdles Hawkins took gold, Castro took silver and Calvo took bronze.

4x100m relay: Guam High gold, Simon Sanchez silver and JFK bronze.

4x400m relay: Guam High gold, Simon Sanchez silver and GW bronze.

Melody Rosario from GW took gold in the shot put by .02 meters to out throw GAA’s Hadassah Jano-Edward who took silver and Crystal Lopez of Southern took bronze. 

For the discus event Southern’s Aneli Cruz took gold in her final throw with a distance of 22.53 meters. Tiyan’s Christine-Danielle Leon Guerrero’s personal record of 22.20 meters took silver and Tiyan’s Zoey Indalecio took bronze for the second year in a row with a distance of 21.23 meters. 

In the javelin event, Sanchez’s Kanemoto took gold with a personal record of 30.29 meters. Nya Belga of Okkodo took silver with 21.44 meters and teammate Sadie Apuron took bronze with 20.30 meters.

JFK’s Marie Calvo swept both jumping events taking gold in the long jump at 4.75 meters and the triple jump at 9.69 meters. Academy’s Taylor-Ann Santos took silver at 4.46 meters and Amoni Washington of Guam High took bronze at 4.41 meters to round out the long jump. For the triple jump, Franchesca Villagomez of JFK took silver at 8.55 meters and GW’s Havannah Cruz took bronze at 8.54 meters. 

GIRLS Team

GHS – 121

GW – 118

SSHS – 84

JFK – 76

AOLG – 29

Tiyan – 28

Okkodo – 27

Southern – 19

GAA – 8

The Panthers look to run it back again next year as both their boys and girls teams are made up of mainly underclassmen with the hopes that legendary coach Taitano will return to the helm in an active capacity. Taitano looks forward to continuing the culture of winning he created at Guam High with his cross country and track programs. 

“We look good for next year. I’m looking forward to next year’s track season, there’s many records I want to break and many records I will get,” said Johnson. “We’ll put in the work and get everyone on track next year and we’re going to be really good!”

“It begins with the athletes buying into the program in terms of what we are doing and trying to achieve and that has a lot to do with traditions, even during your time as my assistant coach, we won many championships together,” said Taitano. “So, the winning culture we established at Guam High, I think, really motivated the kids to work harder and more importantly to show up to practice every single day, and it showed in tonight’s outcome”

2022 ISA ALL-ISLAND MEET

GIRLS 100M FINALS

1.11Kailee Guerrero13.52a PRGuam
2.10Erica Palisoc13.60a PRSimon Sanchez
3.12Alexis Robinson13.78a PRGeorge Washington
4.10Kayna Kanemoto14.04a PRSimon Sanchez
5.12Amoni Washington14.12aGuam
6.10Taylor-Ann Santos14.25a PRAcademy of Our Lady of Guam
7.10Alexandria Levy14.39a SRGuam
8.9Kanyce Thompson14.42a PRGuam
9.10Geneva Gumabon14.71a PRGuam
10.12Sadie Tumanda14.75a SRSimon Sanchez
11.10Lily Nacpil15.09a PRSimon Sanchez
12.9Shanaeya Sablan15.29aAcademy of Our Lady of Guam

BOYS 100M FINALS

1.11Alex Gallego11.42a PRGuam
2.10Aaron Johnson11.54a PRGuam
3.11Dean Masnayon11.64a PRTiyan
4.12Jared Aguon11.70a PRGuam
5.12Nathan Castro11.74a PRGeorge Washington
6.12Matua Finona12.22aGuam
7.9Beau Perez12.24a PRFather Duenas
8.10Devin Martinez12.26a PRSimon Sanchez
9.9Judah Alcantara12.32a PRGuam
10.12Logan Brewer12.50a SRGuam
11.10Thomas McMiller12.58aGuam
12.12Moises Manalo12.70aSimon Sanchez

GIRLS 200M FINALS

1.11Kailee Guerrero27.95a PRGuam
2.10Erica Palisoc28.37a PRSimon Sanchez
3.12Alexis Robinson29.07a PRGeorge Washington
4.10Taylor-Ann Santos29.19a PRAcademy of Our Lady of Guam
5.10Aleah Castro29.51aGeorge Washington
6.9Kanyce Thompson29.61a PRGuam
7.10Lily Nacpil30.32a PRSimon Sanchez
8.9Shanaeya Sablan31.06aAcademy of Our Lady of Guam
9.12Aeris San Agustin31.26a PRTiyan
10.9Patricia Miclat31.62aJohn F. Kennedy

BOY

1.11Alex Gallego23.35aGuam
2.10Aaron Johnson23.69aGuam
3.12Nathan Castro23.73aGeorge Washington
4.11Dean Masnayon23.89a PRTiyan
5.12Taiyo Kanekatsu24.72a PRJohn F. Kennedy
6.9Beau Perez24.82a PRFather Duenas
7.9Judah Alcantara25.13a PRGuam
8.12Eucklid Canlas25.19a PROkkodo
9.10Fidel Dilag25.31a PRTiyan
10.9Alex Na25.51a PRJohn F. Kennedy
11.10Daran Treltas25.67a PRGeorge Washington
12.11Rhenan Sagun25.91aJohn F. Kennedy

S 200M FINALS

GIRLS 400M FINALS

1.10Kayna Kanemoto1:05.75a PRSimon Sanchez
1.10Aleah Castro1:05.75a PRGeorge Washington
3.9Cirie Hawkins1:05.91a PRGuam
4.11Jordan Baden1:08.11aGeorge Washington
5.10Chantal Coronel1:08.70aSimon Sanchez
6.9Patricia Miclat1:10.24a PRJohn F. Kennedy
7.9Jena Arriola1:10.47a PRSimon Sanchez
8.9Ava Garcia1:10.77a PRJohn F. Kennedy
9.11Ava Limtiaco1:11.89a PRAcademy of Our Lady of Guam
10.9Jericah Pareja1:13.13a PRJohn F. Kennedy

BOYS 400M FINALS

1.10Aaron Johnson51.41a PRGuam
2.12Nathan Castro51.77a PRGeorge Washington
3.11Alex Gallego52.27aGuam
4.12Taiyo Kanekatsu52.69a PRJohn F. Kennedy
5.12Logan Brewer55.07a PRGuam
6.12Pierce Pangelinan56.79a PRJohn F. Kennedy
7.10Jayden Jackson56.82a PRGuam
8.12Eucklid Canlas57.66a PROkkodo
9.9Michael Stith58.66a PRJohn F. Kennedy
10David OsbornDNSGeorge Washington

BOYS 800M FINALS

1.12Mark Imazu2:05.62a PRJohn F. Kennedy
2.10Hugh Kent2:06.45a PRJohn F. Kennedy
3.12Alex Rink2:09.41a PRGuam
4.10Isaac Valdez2:09.43a PRJohn F. Kennedy
5.12Jadrian Juico2:12.88a PROkkodo
6.11Trayton Crandel2:13.54a PRGuam
7.10Alexander Clark2:13.69a PRGeorge Washington
8.11Landon Taitingfong2:14.39a PRJohn F. Kennedy
9.9Aiden Uncangco2:16.19a PRGeorge Washington
10.9Mitchell Westlund2:17.09a PRGuam
11.12Teo Galvez2:18.62aSimon Sanchez
12.11Ivan Aguilar2:22.87aJohn F. Kennedy

GIRLS 1500M FINALS

1.11Jordan Baden5:27.92aGeorge Washington
2.12Marie Jane Gatbonton5:36.52a PRSimon Sanchez
3.10Robin Cruz5:38.98a PRGeorge Washington
4.11Molly Lang5:43.30aGuam
5.11Keira Paz5:44.66a PRGuam
6.9Ai Nakamori5:49.18a PRJohn F. Kennedy
7.9Sophia Fernandez5:50.90a PRGuam
8.9Rhylaieh Taitano6:02.40a PRGeorge Washington
9.11Rebekah Stringham6:04.32aGuam
10.10Franchesca Villagomez6:09.86a PRJohn F. Kennedy
11.12Chasity Minor6:11.18a SRJohn F. Kennedy
10Eyana MarquesDNSSimon Sanchez

BOYS 1500M FINALS

1.10Hugh Kent4:33.16aJohn F. Kennedy
2.12Mark Imazu4:35.40aJohn F. Kennedy
3.12Alex Rink4:36.56aGuam
4.10Isaac Valdez4:36.68a SRJohn F. Kennedy
5.12Teo Galvez4:43.42aSimon Sanchez
6.11Trayton Crandel4:46.08aGuam
7.11Landon Taitingfong4:49.00aJohn F. Kennedy
8.12Jadrian Juico4:52.80aOkkodo
9.9Aiden Uncangco4:54.48a PRGeorge Washington
10.11Ivan Aguilar4:56.20aJohn F. Kennedy
11.10Alexander Clark4:56.50aGeorge Washington
12.9Damian Perez5:02.16aGuam

GIRLS 3000M FINALS

1.11Jordan Baden11:47.31aGeorge Washington
2.11Keira Paz12:27.30a PRGuam
3.10Robin Cruz12:29.91a PRGeorge Washington
4.11Molly Lang12:31.94a PRGuam
5.12Marie Jane Gatbonton12:43.08a PRSimon Sanchez
6.9Sophia Fernandez12:49.80aGuam
7.9Ai Nakamori13:00.32a PRJohn F. Kennedy
8.11Rebekah Stringham13:49.56aGuam
9.9Savannah Nelson14:31.02a PRGuam

BOYS 3000M FINALS

1.10Hugh Kent9:42.98a PRJohn F. Kennedy
2.12Alex Rink9:53.47a PRGuam
3.12Mark Imazu10:10.90a PRJohn F. Kennedy
4.11Trayton Crandel10:19.71a PRGuam
5.10Isaac Valdez10:20.81aJohn F. Kennedy
6.10Alexander Clark10:24.28aGeorge Washington
7.11Landon Taitingfong10:28.74a PRJohn F. Kennedy
8.12Teo Galvez10:33.62aSimon Sanchez
9.9Mitchell Westlund10:34.31a PRGuam
10.11Ivan Aguilar10:35.76a PRJohn F. Kennedy
11.9Damian Perez10:38.43a PRGuam
12.12Jadrian Juico10:41.40a PROkkodo

GIRLS 100M HURDLES FINALS

1.10Aleah Castro17.80a PRGeorge Washington
2.9Cirie Hawkins17.86a PRGuam
3.11Maria Calvo18.22a PRJohn F. Kennedy
4.9Tisha Mann20.10a PRAcademy of Our Lady of Guam
5.12Sadie Tumanda20.36a PRSimon Sanchez
6.10Trinity Estoy20.68a PRJohn F. Kennedy
7.10Annika Luis Miclat20.75a PRJohn F. Kennedy
8.10Iris Calaunan20.89a PRJohn F. Kennedy
9.10Gabrielle Quichocho21.13a PRTiyan
10.9Tera Mann21.19a PRAcademy of Our Lady of Guam
11.10Makaella Garcia22.17aOkkodo

BOYS 110M HURDLES FINALS

1.10Cameron Brantley17.40aGuam
2.9Jan Almoite18.10a PRSimon Sanchez
3.12Moises Manalo18.38a PRSimon Sanchez
4.10Jacob Jackson18.60aGeorge Washington
5.12Antonio Francisco19.48a PRGeorge Washington
6.11Christian Arriola19.98aFather Duenas
7.12Devin Okada20.11a PRGeorge Washington
8.12Tobias Eckles20.33aGuam
9.9Jude Lopez20.39aOkkodo
10.12Joash Jano-Edward20.45a PRGuam Adventist Academy
11.9Jacob Sablan21.35aOkkodo
12.12Gerome Asuncion22.31aOkkodo

GIRLS 300M HURDLES FINALS

1.9Cirie Hawkins49.97a PRGuam
2.10Aleah Castro49.99aGeorge Washington
3.11Maria Calvo53.72a PRJohn F. Kennedy
4.10Geneva Gumabon56.53a PRGuam
5.10Franchesca Villagomez57.80a SRJohn F. Kennedy
6.12Kaniara Karamen57.82a PRSimon Sanchez
7.9Tisha Mann58.74aAcademy of Our Lady of Guam
8.10Alexandria Levy59.00aGuam
9.9Tera Mann59.00aAcademy of Our Lady of Guam
10.12Chasity Minor59.16a PRJohn F. Kennedy
11.10Annika Luis Miclat59.32aJohn F. Kennedy
12.10Makaella Garcia1:02.71aOkkodo

BOYS 300M HURDLES FINALS

1.10Cameron Brantley43.53a PRGuam
2.9Benjamin Harris45.50a PRGuam
3.11Magahet Finona45.64a PRGuam
4.11Timothy Hutapea46.08a PRGeorge Washington
5.10Sebastian Gallegos46.19a PRGuam
6.10Jacob Jackson46.30a PRGeorge Washington
7.12Matua Finona46.73a PRGuam
8.12Antonio Francisco46.79a PRGeorge Washington
9.12Moises Manalo46.86a PRSimon Sanchez
10.12Joash Jano-Edward46.97a PRGuam Adventist Academy
11.9Jan Almoite47.15a PRSimon Sanchez
12.11Christian Arriola48.28a PRFather Duenas

GIRLS 4X100M RELAY

1.Guam – A53.55a
  Kanyce Thompson, Alexandria Levy, Amoni Washington, Kailee Guerrero
2.Simon Sanchez – A56.41a
  Lily Nacpil, Jena Arriola, Marsalyn Martin, Erica Palisoc
3.John F. Kennedy – A57.89a
  Kirsten Franco, Ava Garcia, Gabriella Gogue, Patricia Miclat
4.Academy of Our Lady of Guam – A58.12a
  Taylor-Ann Santos, Ava Limtiaco, Shanaeya Sablan, Marykate Tithinyinug
5.George Washington – A58.61a
  Alexa Tangalan, Angel Paulino, Havannah Cruz, Alexis Robinson
6.Tiyan – A58.98a
  Aeris San Agustin, Tavia Underwood, Gabrielle Quichocho, Danarose Ibanez
7.Okkodo – A59.30a
  Donita Manacmul, Eliza Manacmul, Jasmine Samson, He’vea Jy Santos

BOYS 4X100M RELAY

1.Guam – A45.51a
  Judah Alcantara, Matua Finona, Magahet Finona, Jared Aguon
2.George Washington – A46.69a
  Devin Okada, Daran Treltas, Timothy Hutapea, Nathan Castro
3.John F. Kennedy – A46.87a
  Jack Aquiningoc, Taiyo Kanekatsu, Rhenan Sagun, Pierce Pangelinan
4.Tiyan – A47.23a
  Fidel Dilag, Christopher Angoco, Jerome Paulino, Dean Masnayon
5.Southern – A48.53a
  Michael Sanchez, Jahaziah Cruz, Dylan Bautista, Gabriel Hollingsworth
6.Simon Sanchez – A48.99a
  Isaiah Chargualaf, Devin Martinez, Aldryn Ednaco, Jan Almoite
7.Okkodo – A50.43a
  Aaron Bermudez, Chance Dimag, Clarence Cortez, Rj Gamboa

GIRLS SHOT PUT FINALS

1.10Melody Rosario8.46mGeorge Washington
2.12Hadassah Jano-Edward8.44m PRGuam Adventist Academy
3.12Crystal Lopez8.20m PRSouthern
4.11Zoey Indalecio7.63m PRTiyan
5.10Trinity Estoy7.54mJohn F. Kennedy
6.12Nya Belga7.52mOkkodo
7.9Dina Soriano7.33mJohn F. Kennedy
8.11Keilani Baird7.25m SRGuam
9.12Aneli Cruz7.15m PRSouthern
10.12Christine Leon Guerrero7.15mTiyan
11.12Natalie Elona7.11mSimon Sanchez

BOYS SHOT PUT FINALS

1.12Carlos Poppe11.67mGuam Adventist Academy
2.12Ranti Sy11.62m PRSimon Sanchez
3.11Jhavin Maniebo11.55mSouthern
4.12Hanzelrein Arellano11.48m PRJohn F. Kennedy
5.12Marvin Ednaco11.23m PRSimon Sanchez
6.12Zian Benavente10.99mJohn F. Kennedy
7.10Landon Meno10.53m PRGeorge Washington
8.12Ben Barcinas10.28m PRTiyan
9.11Joshua Alcantara9.34mOkkodo
10.11Thaddeus Lizama9.27mJohn F. Kennedy
11.12Rouen Lampa8.98mSimon Sanchez
12.11Jericho Villegas8.68mSimon Sanchez

GIRLS DISCUS FINALS

1.12Aneli Cruz22.53mSouthern
2.12Christine Leon Guerrero22.20m PRTiyan
3.11Zoey Indalecio21.23mTiyan
4.12Nya Belga21.22mOkkodo
5.12Amoni Washington20.46mGuam
6.9Dina Soriano20.41mJohn F. Kennedy
7.10Melody Rosario20.22mGeorge Washington
8.10Trinity Estoy19.44mJohn F. Kennedy
9.12Hadassah Jano-Edward18.31mGuam Adventist Academy
10.12Crystal Lopez17.54mSouthern
11.10Maridy Fournier16.06mSimon Sanchez
10Mary CruzDQSimon Sanchez

BOYS DISCUS FINALS

1.11Brendon Cellona33.30m PRFather Duenas
2.11Jericho Villegas33.17m PRSimon Sanchez
3.11Jhavin Maniebo32.56mSouthern
4.12Elijah Rosero29.77mJohn F. Kennedy
5.12Ranti Sy29.05mSimon Sanchez
6.12Cristian Uhls27.14mOkkodo
7.12Carlos Poppe26.74mGuam Adventist Academy
8.12Ryan Lampa26.59m PRSimon Sanchez
9.12Hanzelrein Arellano26.40mJohn F. Kennedy
10.12Lucas Cooper-nurse25.98mFather Duenas
11.12Marvin Ednaco24.10mSimon Sanchez

GIRLS JAVELIN FINALS

1.10Kayna Kanemoto30.29m PRSimon Sanchez
2.12Nya Belga21.44m PROkkodo
3.12Sadie Apuron20.30m PROkkodo
4.9Tera Mann19.79mAcademy of Our Lady of Guam
5.12Aneli Cruz19.77m PRSouthern
6.11Zoey Indalecio19.22m PRTiyan
7.9Kirsten Franco17.17mJohn F. Kennedy
8.9Dina Soriano17.03mJohn F. Kennedy
9.10Melody Rosario16.91mGeorge Washington
10.12Christine Leon Guerrero16.42mTiyan
11.12Sadie Tumanda15.07mSimon Sanchez

BOYS JAVELIN FINALS 

1.12Hanzelrein Arellano42.27m PRJohn F. Kennedy
2.12Mark Imazu37.04m PRJohn F. Kennedy
3.10Devin Martinez34.18mSimon Sanchez
4.11Franklin Guerrero32.93m PRSouthern
5.12Zian Benavente31.58mJohn F. Kennedy
6.10Drake Fejerang31.39mSimon Sanchez
7.10Isaac Valdez31.34mJohn F. Kennedy
8.12Carlos Poppe31.00mGuam Adventist Academy
9.Jarren Quichocho30.79m PROkkodo
10.11Eric Gonzales29.99mSouthern
11.12Marvin Ednaco27.12mSimon Sanchez
12.11Jhavin Maniebo26.74mSouthern

GIRLS LONG JUMP FINALS

1.11Maria Calvo4.75m PRJohn F. Kennedy
2.10Taylor-Ann Santos4.46m PRAcademy of Our Lady of Guam
3.12Amoni Washington4.41m PRGuam
4.11Kailee Guerrero4.34mGuam
5.9He’vea Jy Santos4.20m PROkkodo
6.10Gabrielle Quichocho4.01mTiyan
7.12Aeris San Agustin3.89m PRTiyan
8.10Trinity Estoy3.78mJohn F. Kennedy
9.11Angel Paulino3.65m PRGeorge Washington
9.11Jasmine Samson3.65mOkkodo
11.10Makaella Garcia3.42mOkkodo

BOYS LONG JUMP FINALS

1.10Aaron Johnson6.24m PRGuam
2.11Alex Gallego5.97m PRGuam
3.12Jared Aguon5.86m PRGuam
4.9Alex Na5.39m PRJohn F. Kennedy
5.12Luke Taisipic5.29m PRFather Duenas
6.9Jan Almoite5.20m PRSimon Sanchez
7.11Dean Masnayon5.19mTiyan
8.10Michael Sanchez5.18m PRSouthern
9.10David Osborn5.05mGeorge Washington
10.9Jude Lopez4.96m PROkkodo
11.12Chance Dimag4.80mOkkodo
12.11Cameron Wharton3.82mGuam

GIRLS TRIPLE JUMP FIANLS

1.11Maria Calvo9.69mJohn F. Kennedy
2.11Havannah Cruz8.54m PRGeorge Washington
3.10Annika Luis Miclat8.28m PRJohn F. Kennedy
4.12Chasity Minor8.26mJohn F. Kennedy
5.10Gabrielle Quichocho8.14mTiyan
6.9Ava Garcia7.92m PRJohn F. Kennedy
7.9Rhylaieh Taitano7.67mGeorge Washington
8.10Franchesca Villagomez7.66mJohn F. Kennedy
9.10Audrey Crossgrove7.41m PRGuam
10.10Geneva Gumabon7.29mGuam
11.10Maia Canino6.53m PRSimon Sanchez

BOYS TRIPLE JUMP FINALS

1.12Jared Aguon12.83m PRGuam
2.9Alex Na11.78m PRJohn F. Kennedy
3.11Dylan Francisco11.44m PRFather Duenas
4.12Jaeden Hose10.96m SRGuam
5.10Daran Treltas10.65mGeorge Washington
6.11Dann Bilong10.49mFather Duenas
7.10Nathaniel Carlson10.41m PRGuam
8.12Tobias Eckles10.31mGuam
9.12Keenan Taijeron10.26mJohn F. Kennedy
10.12Czar Rosas10.08mJohn F. Kennedy
11.12John Ogo9.25mJohn F. Kennedy

GIRLS 4X400M RELAY

1.Guam – A4:35.53a
  Kanyce Thompson, Alexandria Levy, Sophia Fernandez, Cirie Hawkins
2.Simon Sanchez – A4:36.01a
  Marie Jane Gatbonton, Chantal Coronel, Jena Arriola, Kayna Kanemoto
3.George Washington – A4:49.29a
  Alexis Robinson, Rhylaieh Taitano, Robin Cruz, Angel Paulino
4.John F. Kennedy – A4:53.24a
  Patricia Miclat, Ava Garcia, Gabriella Gogue, Jericah Pareja
5.Okkodo – A4:57.04a
  Eliza Manacmul, Jaeden Arjona, Jasmine Samson, Makaella Garcia
6.Academy of Our Lady of Guam – A5:05.70a
  Ava Limtiaco, Shanaeya Sablan, Tisha Mann, Tera Mann
7.Tiyan – A5:15.50a
  Eyana Duenas, Tavia Underwood, Danarose Ibanez, Aeris San Agustin

BOYS 4X400M RELAY

1.Guam – A3:44.93a
  Matua Finona, Jayden Jackson, Judah Alcantara, Alex Rink
2.John F. Kennedy – A3:50.18a
  Taiyo Kanekatsu, Michael Stith, Pierce Pangelinan, Hugh Kent
3.George Washington – A3:51.43a
  Timothy Hutapea, Kyle Garcia, Aiden Uncangco, David Osborn
4.Father Duenas – A3:58.54a
  Christian Arriola, Gavin Baker, Masato Tsujii, Luke Taisipic
5.Southern – A3:58.74a
  Michael Sanchez, Michael Certeza, Dylan Bautista, Gabriel Hollingsworth
6.Okkodo – A4:01.44a
  Scott Aflague II, Genoel Asuncion, Chance Dimag, Clarence Cortez
7.Simon Sanchez – A4:10.43a
  Aldryn Ednaco, Allan Simon, Isaiah Chargualaf, Keith Jordan
8.Tiyan – A4:13.17a
  Paul Gumataotao, Christopher Angoco, Jerome Paulino, Fidel Dilag

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COMING SOON …

  • Spirit of ’76 Run
  • National Triathlon Championships
  • GML Makeup Games
  • FD Alumni Basketball Tournament (ongoing)

 

 

QUICK HITS

Guam and Palau were out supporting Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Bligh Madris at the Nationals Park in DC against the Washington Nationals.
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UOG hired Tatiana Sablan as the new volleyball coach. Sablan served as the original volleyball coach for UOG back in 2016 and she has been rehired to lead the more “beach” oriented program in 2022-23.

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