Guam High was accorded six first-team and 10 second-team selections in the Interscholastic Football League coaches’ All-Island balloting, Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam officials announced Wednesday.
Headlining the selections were senior Devon Jacobs, named All-Island offensive co-MVP, and junior Jacob Bunch, named defensive co-MVP in voting by the coaches at a Monday meeting. The results were announced Wednesday in a statement obtained from IIAAG president Martin Boudreau.
Guam High enjoyed a school-first unbeaten regular season, 6-0, and reached the IFL’s title game for the first time in the Panthers’ 13-season history. Guam High hosts George Washington at 3 p.m. Saturday for the championship.
Jacobs was named first-team wide receiver and second-team cornerback, while Bunch was selected first-team defensive tackle and second-team offensive tackle.
Senior Andrew Galvan drew first-team honors at guard and was picked second-team nose guard. Junior D.J. Cruz netted first-team selection at running back and placekicker. Senior Marquis Dollard was given first-team honors at cornerback and senior Benjamin Duff as a utility player.
Ricardo Granados, a senior, joined Bunch as a second-team offensive tackle, while freshmen Matt Eaton and Tegan Brown were named second-team receiver and fullback.
Defensive second-team selections included sophomores Brandon Saville (tackle) and Theartris Eaton (end), junior Logan Dimmick and senior Paul Floyd (linebacker) and junior Anthony Cruz (safety).