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    • FRIARS, BULLDOGS STAY HOT IN WINNERS BRACKET

      The winners bracket featured the last four unbeaten teams in the GSPN preseason tournament Wednesday evening with the Okkodo Bulldogs getting a clutch victory over the Sanchez Sharks while the FD Friars stymied St. John’s Knights.

      FRIARS, BULLDOGS STAY HOT IN WINNERS BRACKET
    • TITANS, ISLANDERS STAY ALIVE WITH TUESDAY WINS

      The JFK Islanders toppled the St. Paul Warriors Tuesday evening and the Tiyan Titans held down the Guam High Panthers as the GSPN Preseason Basketball Tournament is approaching it’s final rounds.

      TITANS, ISLANDERS STAY ALIVE WITH TUESDAY WINS
    • UOG TRITONS HAVING OPEN TRYOUTS FOR VARSITY SPORTS

      The University of Guam Triton Athletics is having open tryouts in its four varsity sports.

      UOG TRITONS HAVING OPEN TRYOUTS FOR VARSITY SPORTS
    • PRESEASON BASKETBALL: TWO TEAMS MAKE TOURNEY EXIT

      As the GSPN Tournament winds down, two more teams made their exit Monday evening. The St. Paul Warriors sent home the Friars JV squad in the first game and the JFK Islanders overwhelmed the ND Royals, sending them home as well. Note: DID U KNOW?: Zach Banner was a two-time All-State

      PRESEASON BASKETBALL: TWO TEAMS MAKE TOURNEY EXIT
    • GSPN PRE-SEASON BASKETBALL TOURNEY DAY 2

      Action continues in Day 2 of the 2018 GSPN Preseason Basketball Tourney Day 2 FD 97, ND 28 (Kyle Gaitan – 31 points FD), (Holden Barcinas – 15 points HCA) JFK 80, Tiyan 60 (Alschae Grape – 27 points JFK), (Evangelista – 13 points THS) St. Paul 62, Harvest 42

      GSPN PRE-SEASON BASKETBALL TOURNEY DAY 2
    • GSPN PRE-SEASON BASKETBALL DAY 1

      The 4th Annual GSPN Preseason Basketball Tournament is underway at the FD Jungle! Saturday Action Sanchez 43, Guam High 39 St. John’s 64, JFK 59 FD 67, St. Paul 51 Okkodo 50, Tiyan 40 Sanchez 67, Harvest 28 St. John’s 82, FD JV 38

      GSPN PRE-SEASON BASKETBALL DAY 1
    • CRUZ LOCKS IN ARMBAR VICTORY IN SUBMIT MAIN EVENT

      Submit Int. held it’s first event of 2018, taking over the Dusit Thani Resort Friday evening for 11 fights and one kids exhibition to kick off the new year.

      CRUZ LOCKS IN ARMBAR VICTORY IN SUBMIT MAIN EVENT
    • YOMIURI GIANTS CALL GUAM SECOND HOME

      Two Japanese Baseball legends from the Yomiura Giants are currently on Guam. Kazutomo Miyamoto, a former pitcher for the Giants, travels to Guam quite frequently and ended up purchasing a house at the Starts Golf Course. Also on Guam is current catcher Shinnosuke Abe, a world champion and a Japan Series MVP.

      YOMIURI GIANTS CALL GUAM SECOND HOME