Category "Running/Track"

PANTHERS CLAIM BOTH IIAAG CROSS COUNTRY TITLES

PANTHERS CLAIM BOTH IIAAG CROSS COUNTRY TITLES

The Guam High Panthers continued their dominance in the IIAAG Cross Country league winning both the boys and girls team championships at the highly anticipated All-Island finale meet held at the JFK high school course.

KO’KO’ RUNNING EVENTS TO CAP OFF OCTOBER

KO’KO’ RUNNING EVENTS TO CAP OFF OCTOBER

Ko’ko’ Weekend at the end of the month.

STRIDES FOR CURE YOUTH RUNNING CAMP

STRIDES FOR CURE YOUTH RUNNING CAMP

Guam Cancer Care hosted a kids youth running camp for the last four weeks, meeting on every Tuesday at Paseo Park to encourage good health. The camp met for the final time this week, leading up to the Strides for a Cure Run 2k/5k scheduled for this Saturday in Tumon.

PANTHERS FINISH PERFECT CROSS COUNTRY SEASON

PANTHERS FINISH PERFECT CROSS COUNTRY SEASON

The Guam High Panthers go undefeated in high school cross country

STRIDES 2K/5K AIMS TO GIVE KIDS 5 MORE YEARS

STRIDES 2K/5K AIMS TO GIVE KIDS 5 MORE YEARS

Strides for the Cure 5K

ST. PAUL WARRIORS: DON’T CALL IT A RUN-BACK

ST. PAUL WARRIORS: DON’T CALL IT A RUN-BACK

For the first time in five years, the St. Paul Warriors have hit the ground running right alongside the rest of the IIAAG for the 2017 Cross Country season.

EMMA SHEEDY: RUNNING THROUGH HISTORY

EMMA SHEEDY: RUNNING THROUGH HISTORY

Emma Mae Sheedy is a runner, reporter and most recently Ms. Earth Guam. Emma shares her history of running and how she’s handling her last year competing as a high school runner for the Guam High Panthers.

PANTHERS OUTPACE ISLANDERS IN MUDDY TREK

PANTHERS OUTPACE ISLANDERS IN MUDDY TREK

A muddy Thursday course didn’t slow down the top seeds of the IIAAG Cross Country season with the Guam High Panthers and JFK Islanders meeting for the first time in 2017.

ISLANDERS EDGE SHARKS IN CLOSE RACE

ISLANDERS EDGE SHARKS IN CLOSE RACE

The JFK Islanders and Sanchez Sharks race came down to the wire in their Thursday meet.

PANTHERS EARN TEAM WIN OVER BULLDOGS IN FIRST MEET

PANTHERS EARN TEAM WIN OVER BULLDOGS IN FIRST MEET

The 2017 IIAAG held its first Cross Countey meets yesterday to start the season. There were several forfeits in week one but that number looks to decrease with more athletes eligible for the next meet. Students must attend 10 practices before racing and each team must have at least five runners racing to be eligible to win the meet.