The GW Lady Geckos had another dominant outing against the Academy Cougars to earn their 6th straight tackle rugby title and the FD Friars got a big lift from their veterans as they powered through the GW Geckos for a repeat title.
The last game of the high school rugby regular season ended, as is it does every year, with Guam’s biggest rugby rivalry between the FD Friars and GW Geckos. The defending champion Friars and Geckos were both sporting unbeaten records heading into Saturday’s contest with FD walking away victors 10-0.
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PRESS RELEASE – IIAAG High School rugby continues growth Over the first two weeks of high school rugby in Guam, spectators have been treated to the growth and development of the
The Okkodo Lady Bulldogs have emerged as one of the top teams in the 2016 season. Saturday’s performance left a lot of positives, but also areas where the team can improve with a championship in their sights.
The JFK boys rugby team is picking up steam after dominating a tough the Tiyan Titans team Saturday in Rugby’s Week 4 of action.
If you have not been watching the IIAAG varsity boys rugby division this year, you may have missed the fact that the Okkodo Bulldogs have strung together three huge performances in as many weeks, and have positioned themselves as a legitimate contender for this year’s title.
As the third week of high school rugby action resumed Saturday at Okkodo High School, the Southern Dolphins recovered from a tough start to put together back to back performances against Sanchez and Guam High. After being outclassed by the GW Geckos, the young Dolphins team bounced back, edging out the Sharks 7-0,and beating the Panthers 10-5.
In the IIAAG high school girls’ varsity league, the ND Royals are looking to take a huge leap forward from a mediocre performance last year. The first two weeks of the 2016 season would convince any spectator that this team is hungry to redeem themselves, as they finished out the day winning two of three matches with their only loss coming in a hard fought battle with the GW Geckos.
As IIAAG high school rugby action resumed at GW Field Saturday, the day could not have started out on a better note. One week removed from a resounding 75-0 victory over the Guam High Panthers, the defending champion GW Geckos had their hands full with the Okkodo Bulldogs as the home team needed the entire 50 minutes of regulation to secure a draw at 12-12.