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    • WARRIORS UNSTOPPABLE IN CHAMPIONSHIP REMATCH

      In a championship rematch between the St. Paul Warriors and the Academy of Our Lady of Guam Cougars, the Warriors won 66-37 at home, solidifying another win to stay undefeated.

      WARRIORS UNSTOPPABLE IN CHAMPIONSHIP REMATCH
    • GDOE TO OVERTAKE IIAAG?

      GDOE Superintendent Jon Fernandez sent out a press release Tuesday regarding the possibility of returning public high school interscholastic sports back to GDOE, thus separating themselves from the IIAAG, who currently oversees high school sporting activities.

      GDOE TO OVERTAKE IIAAG?
    • MATUA ALL STARS: BROWN LEADS TO VICTORY MUSTANGS

      In the 2nd ever showcase of the Matua Stars from the GNYFF, the Mustangs walked away Angels Field victorious over the Raptors 16-6 after a strong outing from Outlaws quarterback Cisco Brown.

      MATUA ALL STARS: BROWN LEADS TO VICTORY MUSTANGS
    • MUSTANGS WIN 4TH ANNUAL TRIPLE J ALL-STAR GAME

      Defense ruled the 4th Annual 2018 Triple J High School All Star Football game Saturday night at Angels Field in Dededo. After both teams failed to score in the opening quarter, the Mustangs escaped with a 19-14 victory at the end of regulation over the Raptors.

      MUSTANGS WIN 4TH ANNUAL TRIPLE J ALL-STAR GAME
    • RAPTORS: STANDING TALL AND STOUT

      The 4th Annual Triple J All-Star High School Football Game is READY to go down this Saturday, November 10th at the Angel’s Field. Kicking off the day will be the Matua All-Star Game at 4 pm followed by the High School All-Star Game at 6:30!

      RAPTORS: STANDING TALL AND STOUT
    • NATIONAL VOLLEYBALL TEAM BUILDING PACIFIC GAMES ROSTER

      The first meeting for the Men’s and Women’s Team Guam Volleyball meeting will be this Saturday at the UOG arena. The meeting is set for 0800. This meeting is open to all of those that are interested in representing Guam at the Pacific Games held in Samoa (July 7-20 2019).

      NATIONAL VOLLEYBALL TEAM BUILDING PACIFIC GAMES ROSTER
    • MUSTANGS: ROSTER FULL OF VERSATILE THREATS

      The Mustangs have 28 players who have been tasked to play multiple positions. Whether it be bouncing around the skill positions, shifting from the offensive to defensive line or even playing on both sides of the ball, coach Bruce Meno made sure load on up versatile players.

      MUSTANGS: ROSTER FULL OF VERSATILE THREATS
    • ISLANDERS DOMINANT IN CHAMPIONSHIP REMATCH AGAINST FRIARS

      The JFK Islanders remain undefeated in IIAAG soccer after a 4-1 victory over the FD Friars. The Islanders offensive attack proved too much for the Friars as Tayler Bonner, Eddie Cho, Noah Mueller, and Justin Cruz were all able to find the back of the net throughout the match.

      ISLANDERS DOMINANT IN CHAMPIONSHIP REMATCH AGAINST FRIARS