Amber Gadsden had added another entry into her growing ledger of tennis honors.
The junior singles player was one of four Guam High players selected to the Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam All-Island team, voted on by the coaches and announced Tuesday by IIAAG president Marty Boudreau in an e-mail.
Gadsden was one of eight players named to the All-Far East team following the DODDS-Pacific Far East Tournament in November at Okinawa’s Kadena Air Base. She teamed with fellow IIAAG All-Star Christina Payne to finish second in the Far East tournament girls doubles.
Also chosen to the IIAAG team from Guam High was doubles pair Caitlin Lawson and Brittany Trefort. No Panthers boys were selected.
Guam High’s girls take an 8-9 team record into Saturday’s IIAAG All-Island tennis championship at the Ninete Tennis Center in Hagatna. Gadsden is the No. 3 singles seed in that tournament.