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  • SAKUDEE EDGES HAGGAN

    PRESS RELEASE – Wednesday night at Leo Palace Resort matched up Sakudee (2-1) vs Haggan (0-3) in Leo Palace Baseball League...

  • FERNANDO DIAZ LAID TO REST

    [sixcol_five_last] By Patrick Lujan Guam bid farewell to one of its finest baseball players to ever play the game. The name...

  • AMIGOS WIN 4TH STRAIGHT BEHIND CAMPOS

    [sixcol_five_last] PRESS RELEASE- Winning Pitcher- Paul Campos   Save- none     Losing Pitcher- Glenn Palomo Defending Spring League Champions Chalan Pago...

  • RANGERS, RAYS, YIGOLOS PICK UP WINS

    Dela Cruz leads Rangers to 3-2 win over Phillies  Winning Pitcher- Frankie Dela Cruz; Losing Pitcher- Eric Cepeda The AAA Division Talofofo Rangers (3-2) and Philip & Son’s Phillies (0-4) faced off in the 12 pm Saturday game at Leo Palace Stadium.  Under beautiful skies the fans were treated to a great pitchers duel between Rangers starter Frankie Dela Cruz and Phillies starter Eric Cepeda.  Dela Cruz would go the distance allowing only 3 hits in 7 innings to hold off a late Phillies rally and hold on to  3-2 win. The Rangers struck first taking advantage of two Phillies errors to score three runs in the top of the 1st inning.  Singles from RJ Cruz who was 3 for 3 in the game, Andrew Taijeron and Shawn De la Cruz fueled the Rangers rally. However, Cepeda and the Phillies bullpen would hold the Phillies scoreless for the remainder of the game giving their offense a chance to come back.  The Phillies finally got on the scoreboard in the bottom of the 6th with Jess Alerta and JD San Nicolas reaching on walks before Chad Palomo would drive them in with a two rbi single cutting the Rangers lead to 3-2.  But De la Cruz would retire the next two batters to end the Phillies rally and throw a 1-2-3 7th inning to hold on for the win. The Rangers improve to 3-2 with the win and Phillies fall to 0-4. Ipan Rays down AF Reserves 13-7 Winning Pitcher- Ed Sanchez; Losing Pitcher- Mike Gumataotao The Ipan Rays (3-1) and AF Reserves (0-4) faced off in the Saturday mid day matchup.  The Rays would jump out to an early 7-2 lead in  the first inning and never look back despite a late rally by the Reserves.   The Ipan Rays would cruise to a 13-7 win over the AF Reserves. Alan Sarmiento would pace the Rays offense with two doubles, two runs scored and an rbi. Roman Duenas and Tony Doyle would also contribute rbi doubles as the Rays pounded out 10 hits in 5 innings. The Air Force Reserves battled back from the early deficit with two runs in 3rd and 4th innings but couldn’t make up the difference.  Jacob Bamba was 2 for 3 with a run and rbi to lead the Reserves offense. Ipan Ray’s starter Edward Sanchez picks up the win as the Ipan Rays improve to 3-1 on the season.  AF Reserves fall to 0-4. Yigolos sit alone on top the AAA Division with win over Angels  Winning Pitcher- Jesse Miner Jr; Losing Pitcher- Derwin Aguon The top of the AAA Division standings was up for grabs in the 6pm game with a great matchup between the AM-PCR Angels (3-1) and the Yigolos (4-1).  The winner would stay undefeated and hold onto sole possession of 1st place in the AAA Division.  In the end with all the mix of talent and veterans that were on the field the main difference would be Yigolo’s starter 16 year old Jesse Miner Jr.  The Yigolos offense would help out with a big 7-run 1st inning as the Yigolos rolled to a 8-0 win over the Angels. The Yigolos came out patient at the plate and took advantage Angels errors to put 7 runs on the board early with the inning highlighted by a 2 rbi double by Yigolo’s BJ Balajadia.   Angels starter Derwin Aguon would leave early with a sore elbow giving way to Freddy Cepeda who would hold the Yigolos to only one run over the final five innings. But seven runs was more than Miner would need mixing fastballs, curves and kuckleball to hold the Angels offense to only three hits over four innings and propelling the Yigolos to a 8-0 win over the Angels. The Yigolos stay perfect at 4-0 and  the Angels fall to 3-1 picking up their first loss of the season.

  • TEAM YAMAHA WINS GOLD

    [sixcol_five_last] By Gus Untalan Team Yamaha was awarded the gold medal in baseball winning the Guam Masters Tournament defeating the Tamuning...

  • AMIGOS TAKE CHAMPIONSHIP

    [sixcol_five_last] By Regina Shiroma “Finally,” the only word that manager Mike Perez had about how he felt about this championship. You...

  • WHERE R THEY NOW? WILTON ACTA

    [sixcol_five_last] Name:Wilton Acta Sport: Baseball Occupation:  UC Director Toyota Dealership in New York Playing Experience on Guam:1984 GCC, 1985 Miller Brewers, 86...

  • CHIEFS TIE SERIES 1-1

    [sixcol_five_last] By Regina Shiroma The Agana Heights King Car Chiefs took game two from the Chalan Pago Amigos who had been...

  • AMIGOS TAKE GAME ONE

    [sixcol_five_last] By Regina Shiroma In Game One of the best of three championship series of the Guam Amateur Baseball Latte Spring...

  • AMIGOS, CHIEFS IN FINALS

    [sixcol_five_last] By Regina Shiroma In the The Latte Spring League Playoffs the Chalan Pago Amigos overcame the Agat Cardinals defeating them 19-3...

  • AGAT SET TO FACE AMIGOS

    [sixcol_five_last] By Regina Shiroma The Latte Spring League Playoffs featured the No. 4 and the No. 5 placed Agat teams at...

  • CHEVY WINS PROTEST, MASTERS TITLE

    According to the Guam Masters Baseball Association, the Chevy Silverado was awarded the 2012 Guam Masters Baseball League championship after winning...

  • AMIGOS ADVANCE TO SEMIS

    [sixcol_five_last] By Regina Shiroma After a two-week break, the Chalan Pago Amigos dusted off the rust and beat Haggan 11-3 in...

  • GIANTS UNOFFICIAL CHAMPS

    [sixcol_five_last] By Regina Shiroma The PacSports Giants are the unofficial champions of the Masters Baseball League as there are still two...

  • HAGGAN ELIMINATE PIRATES

    [sixcol_five_last] By Regina Shiroma The No.8 seeded Haggan and No.9 seeded Piti Pirates went head-to-head in their first playoff game of...

  • BLUE JAYS OVERRUN POHNPEI

    [sixcol_five_last] By Regina Shiroma The Triple J Blue Jays have done it again, but this time eliminated the Pohnpei Masters to...

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Guam Amateur Golf Championship June 2-8/9

Guam Youth Football League Kick-Off June 8

All-Island Wrestling Alumni Tournament June 8

10th Micronesian Games from Marjuro June 15-24

QUICK HITS

Three graduating ruggers have signed Division I letters to play college rugby stateside.
Saige Calvo from Okkodo heads to Mount St. Mary’s
Mia Topasna from Academy heads to Lindenwood
Tanner Costa from FD heads to Iowa Central
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Bailey Concepcion makes it to the Seattle Seahawks dance team for the 2nd straight year.

Congratulations @seadancer_bailey