Guam High All-Island football, volleyball picks announced
Published: October 6, 2011
Sophomore wide receiver-safety Matt Eaton has been named first-team All-Island and runner-up Most Valuable Player by the Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam at a meeting of its coaches and athletics directors staff on Monday.
The selections were released Thursday in an e-mail by IIAAG president and Interscholastic Football League commissioner Martin Boudreau.
Eaton was the lone first-team selection for the Panthers, who finished 5-1 on the field but were forced to forfeit their first two victories of the season for turning in an incomplete roster to the league prior to the start of the season.
The player left off the roster, senior running back David John Cruz, was named second-team All-Island kicker. He was joined on the second team by sophomore quarterback Sean Sweet, junior running back-linebacker Damian Dimmick, sophomore fullback Tegan Brown and senior defensive end Nijee Smith.
Honorable Mention selections from Guam High were: sophomore punter Lordon Aguon, Sweet at safety, senior linebackers Gavin Santos and Logan Dimmick, senior defensive end Theartris Eaton, junior defensive tackle Brandon Saville; and junior wide receiver Marcus Domingo.
Guam High opens the IFL playoffs by hosting Southern at 7 p.m. Friday.
On the hardwood, three Guam High girls volleyball players, outside hitter Kara Guerrero, middle blocker Zaria Kelly and weak side hitter Tiffany Unsiog were named Honorable Mention All-Island for the Panthers, who went 7-9 and placed fourth in the Gadao Division.
The Panthers visit Taga champion Simon Sanchez, which has the league’s best regular-season record at 15-1, in Friday’s quarterfinal match.